FOZ Museum – A Vision Come To Life

FOZ Museum

The Friends of Zion Museum, founded by Mike Evans, an American Christian evangelist and author of over 70 books, first opened its doors in 2015.  His vision was to create a unique museum using state-of-the-art technology to show Israel the love that Christians have for the Jewish people. In addition, the Museum showcases the story […]

Buchenwald Nazi concentration camp liberation

The Nazi concentration camp at Buchenwald

On April 10, 1945, The Nazi concentration camp at Buchenwald was liberated by U.S. troops.Established in July 1937, its was one of the first major concentration camps.The camp initially housed criminals and later Jews, and all others who were deemed unworthy by Nazi ideology. Out of 280,000 prisoners 60,000 were murdered.On the main gate the sentence […]

Jerusalem – What To See, Hear, Smell And Taste?

Western Wall Tunnels

Israel is a melting pot of cultures, religions, and peoples from across the globe. As the world’s only Jewish state, Israel’s capital and Judaism’s holiest city, Jerusalem stands out as a great tourist attraction. One of the world’s most famous cities, Jerusalem is world-renowned for its sights, cuisine, culture and nightlife. Jerusalem is the focal […]

The Dreyfus Affair, A Case Of Injustice And Anti-Semitism

Dreyfus Affair

The Dreyfus Affair was a political scandal that divided the Third French Republic from 1894 until its resolution in 1906. The affair is often seen as a symbol of injustice and anti-semitism, Major roles in the affair were played by the press and public opinion in the lasting social conflict. It all began when, at […]

General Jan Christian Smuts – A True Friend Of Zion

General Jan Christian Smuts

General Jan Christian Smuts, was a South African Statesman, military leader and philosopher and a committed Christian Zionist. What is not generally known, is that while most of those associated with the Balfour declaration have received recognition, one name has not usually been included and that was the highly intelligent and articulate General Smuts who was […]

The Nuremberg Laws: The Beginning Of The End

Nuremberg Laws

The Nuremberg Laws, enacted by the German Reichstag (Parliament) on Sept. 15, 1935, were racially discriminatory, anti-Semitic laws meant to institutionalize the Nazi program to persecute Jews. They were a continuation of earlier anti-Jewish measures enacted following the Nazi rise to power in 1933. The Nuremberg Laws were the harbingers of much worse, harsher measures […]

The First Zionist Congress

The First Zionist Congress

“At Basel, I founded the Jewish State. If I said this aloud today, I would be greeted by universal laughter. In five years, perhaps, and certainly in fifty years, everyone will perceive it.” —Theodor Herzl, Diary Entry, September 1, 1897. Theodor Herzl convened the first Zionist Congress as a symbolic Parliament for those who felt sympathy with the […]

A Family That Transformed Faith Into Saving Human Life

Ten Boom Family

The deeply religious ten Boom family of Holland believed that all human life is precious, leaving them no other course but to rescue Jews and resistance fighters from the clutches of the Nazis during World War II. In May 1940, the Nazis invaded the Netherlands. It was not long after that that the Nazis and their collaborators […]

Rev. William Blackstone In 1891: Palestine Belongs To The Jews!

William Blackstone

Few men have pushed harder for a Jewish homeland in the Land of Israel than Reverend William Blackstone. Born in 1841, Reverend William E. Blackstone was an American Christian Zionist who saw the struggles and mass persecution of Russian Jewry and decided to selflessly dedicate himself to bringing them their civil and human rights. Though, […]

Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, Father Of Modern Hebrew

Eliezer Ben-Yehuda

It is known that many of the world’s languages are constantly slipping into extinction, particularly in an age of globalization in which the world’s major languages dominate international interchange. Hebrew, the language of the Bible, never became extinct, but rather was mainly the language of Jewish study, prayer and scholarly texts. In their long exile, […]