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Chris Mitchell on Pres. Obama Israel Visit
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This week on Jerusalem Dateline: Our CBN News Roundtable examines the biggest stories of 2012. Join Chris Mitchell, John Waage, Julie Stahl, George Thomas and Gary Lane as they discuss the impact of Barack Obama’s re-election as President ... ...
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This week on Jerusalem Dateline: CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell covers Iran’s move to make a nuclear bomb, the new archaeological discovery linked to Samson, football Israeli style, and more.
The revolutions shaking the Middle East are having a rough impact on Christians in those nations. Jerusalem Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell tells us what it means for the future of the church.
On this week’s Jerusalem Dateline: Should Jerusalem become the capital of the future Palestinian state or will it remain the undivided capital of the Jewish state? CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell shares some insight.
Chris Mitchell examines the impact of the Muslim Brotherhood’s rise to power in Egypt, including how ordinary Israelis view the developments as well as what it all means for the church. Plus, an exclusive interview with Canon Andrew White, ...
CBN News Mideast Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell takes a look at the possible impact Egypt's presidential election outcome can have on Israel, the U.S., and other Western nations.
CBN News Mideast Bureau Chief Chris Mitchell takes a look at the Jewish school shooting in France that's raising concern of growing anti-Jewish sentiment in Europe.
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Pope Benedict makes his first visit to Israel and the Middle East. Chris Mitchell has a preview of the pope's visit and what it means for people in the Holy Land.
Tourism in the Holy Land is up 42% from last year and 2010 is expected to be a record breaking year. Chris Mitchell shows us what travelers experience when they walk where Jesus walked.
Israel is rich in history, with some places revered by Jews, Muslims, and Christians. Now, Palestinians are outraged over Israel's claim to two biblical sites in the West Bank. As Chris Mitchell reports, some say it could ignite a religious war.