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Those of you that live in or are connected to the USA will be breathing a sign of relief that the political season is now over, at least for some months, and getting ready for Thanksgiving in a few weeks time. The strong autumnal colours really display God's handywork at this time of year, don't they - I hear they already have snow in parts of Canada. November's newsletter contains a challenging series of articles on a variety of topics, but all related to the work of the Tikkun Emissaries in Eretz Yisrael, the Land of Israel. As you read them, don't forget to pray for those involved in the work at this time. Remember to let us know what you think of the individual articles (by clicking the response tag at the bottom of the articles) or the newsletter (by clicking the response tag at the bottom of this email or the on-line newsletter. Don't forget that you can read the articles again even if you have lost this email by going to our main website and selecting the Newsletters option at the top left-hand corner of the menu column.
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Dan Juster: Abandoning Israel
While passing through an airport, Dan succumbed to an impulse purchase, but discovered a book with a serious and possibly scary theme - is the USA preparing to abandon Israel ?
Avi Tekle: The Remnant from Cush
Avi shares with us some details of Israel's Ethiopian community and a little of where he fits into Israeli society today.
Moshe Morrison: From Motorcycles to Mercy
Another in Moshe's mini-portraits of members of the Ohalei Rachamim ministries. Meet Lyda, who made aliyah from the FSU six years ago and is now involved with the victims of trafficing.
News from Revive Israel
At a recent life-cycle event, Betty Intrater found an amazing connection between an old book and a young Israeli family of believers.
David Shishkoff: To Fill the Hole Inside of Us
An article in Ha'Aretz newspaper causes David to reflect on the way the vision for the Discipleship Training Center captures the Zionist spirit and more.
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