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By Chris Mitchell

History’s ultimate bankruptcy may be written in Jerusalem.

When an Iranian president thunders a murderous chance or an vague Turkish drunkard has a dream in Mecca or a Jewish couple from Brooklyn lands at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport, those occasions may appear disconnected. yet they’re now not. In Dateline Jerusalem, CBN information correspondent Chris Mitchell connects the dots and unveils Jerusalem because the epicenter and crossroads of the religious, political, and, definite, supernatural worlds.

For hundreds of thousands of years, Jerusalem’s robust draw has continuously transcended easy economics, army approach, and non secular association.

In our personal time, because the Arab Spring threatens to develop into an Islamic wintry weather, one commentator warns: “The Arab Spring doesn’t bring about democracy, it results in Jerusalem.” certainly, the delicate peace of Israel is in new peril as violent Islamic factions vie for keep watch over of surrounding international locations. but Muslims are changing to Christianity in list numbers. Dateline Jerusalem untangles and chronicles all this throughout the riveting narrative of a Christian reporter within the upheaval of the fashionable Fertile Crescent.

We stay in a global the place we can't manage to pay for to be sick proficient. What occurs within the strategic heart East, Israel, and Jerusalem is necessary. It concerns to you. Today’s information may well concentrate on Washington, long island, London, or Moscow, yet history’s ultimate bankruptcy should be written in Jerusalem.

Chris Mitchell’s firsthand studies and reporting uniquely qualify him to expound on and clarify the key tendencies and advancements sweeping the center East and affecting the realm. Mitchell has served because the bureau chief for CBN information given that August 2000.

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He stressed that this step would pave the way for ending the alien rule that the Iraqis had experienced since the latter days of the Abbasid caliphate. The proclamation was in accordance with the encouragement the British had given to Arab nationalists, such as Jafar al Askari; his brother−in−law, Nuri as Said; and Jamil al Midfai, who sought emancipation from Ottoman rule. The nationa− lists had supported the Allied powers in expectation of both the Ottoman defeat and the freedom many nationalists assumed would come with an Allied victory.

The British decision at the Cairo Conference to establish an indigenous Iraqi army was significant. In Iraq, as in most of the developing world, the military establishment has been the best organized institution in an otherwise weak political system. Thus, while Iraq's body politic crumbled under immense political and economic pressure throughout the monarchic period, the military gained increasing power and influence; moreover, because the officers in the new army were by necessity Sunnis who had served under the Ottomans, while the lower ranks were predominantly filled by Shia tribal elements, Sunni dominance in the military was preserved.

For reasons that have never been explained, they were repelled by the Syrians. During this time, King Faisal was outside the country for reasons of health. According to scholarly sources, Minister of Interior Hikmat Sulayman had adopted a policy aimed at the elimination of the Assyrians. This policy apparently was implemented by a Kurd, General Bakr Sidqi, who, after engaging in several clashes with the Assyrians, permitted his men to kill about 300 Assyrians, including women and children, at the Assyrian village of Simel (Sumayyil).

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