ALL ISRAEL NEWS Editor-in-Chief Joel Rosenberg gave an overview of the situation in Israel during an interview with Drew Steele on FOX Daybreak 92.5 FM on Wednesday.
Rosenberg began by explaining how the horrible coverage of the war by mainstream media outlets proves the need for a site like ALL ISRAEL NEWS, which aims to reliably inform Evangelical Christians and others about what is happening in Israel.
“With 60 million Americans who describe themselves as Evangelical born-again followers of Jesus, this is the group that most wants to understand… and isn’t sure where to go to, to find trustworthy, credible, not just journalism, but also analysis of what’s happening. Why does it matter, what’s really happening from a biblical worldview? That’s what we started at ALL ISRAEL NEWS.”
Another example of the unique angle provided by the news site is the coverage of the often-forgotten plight of Gazan Christians during the current war between Israel and the Hamas terrorists.
“We’ve been reporting they are all sheltering in three different places, two historic churches in Gaza City, and then in a group of private homes in Gaza City. We’ve been urging the Israeli government… ‘Now that Hamas has attacked, now that Israel has invaded to protect Israelis, you need to protect Christians also.’ And so we are in direct contact with senior Israeli officials, and we’ve been reporting every few days,” Rosenberg said.
The current war started when Hamas broke the ceasefire that was in effect until Oct. 7, Rosenberg stressed, when the terrorists invaded Israel and carried out a massacre.
“There was a ceasefire on October 6th, and it was Hamas that broke it and slaughtered 1,200 of our people,” he said.
When Steele asked Rosenberg what he thought would create lasting peace, Rosenberg explained that the Palestinian leaders consistently rejected peace offers over the years.
“So when you’ve got 76 years of the Palestinians and the Arab world saying, 'no, no, no…,' you have to start asking yourself: 'Do they really want a Palestinian state or do they want a Palestine state, not next to Israel, but instead of Israel?”
The best-case scenario, Rosenberg noted, would be that the Palestinian terror movement surrenders and decides they've had enough.
“That’s what Egypt, Jordan, and all the Arab states that made the Abraham Accords and other peace treaties with us, finally said. ‘Look, if you can’t beat them, join them.’ That’s the future of this region. But we’re not there yet.”
The All Israel News Staff is a team of journalists in Israel.