Daily Archives: August 13, 2012

Israel Must Guarantee Freedom Of Worship On The Temple Mount in Jerusalem

UPDATE 8 am Israel time Monday: Egypt has continued its headlong plunge into Islamist government over the last 24 hours. President Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood has assumed dictatorial powers to set Egyptian public policy, sign international treaties, and form … Continue reading

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