The Caspari Center Media Review is a weekly synopsis of articles published in the Israeli press. The review focuses primarily on Messianic Jews, Jewish-Christian relations, and Christians in the Holy Land. This vital chronicle was started by the United Christian Council of Israel (today, Evangelical Alliance Israel) in 1977 and traces developments in attitudes toward Israeli Messianic Jews and Christians in the land. A complete archive of the reviews and the original article clippings is available in the Caspari Center library in Jerusalem. Reviews from recent years are also available online.
The quotes in the review do not reflect the views of the Caspari Center. The articles are quoted or translated verbatim, in order to make the collected material valuable for research purposes. For example, the name Jesus in Hebrew may be rendered Yeshu or Yeshua. The choice made by the author reflects a certain attitude toward Jesus and his followers. For this reason, the name is not edited in the review. Additionally, references to Messianic believers and Christians in the land may be biased and prejudiced, and in some instances, inaccurate or completely incorrect. The views presented in the review, positive or negative, are documented in order that the reader might gain insight into attitudes toward believers in Israeli society and the development of Jewish-Christian relations in the land.
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