This book is about the so-called occupied West Bank. It is about the Jews who live in the West Bank. In this book you will discover a world which the modern media never talks about. You will discover the area which the Bible calls Judea and Samaria the historical and prophetic heartland of biblical Israel. You will meet the people who are living in this land in the belief that God is bringing the Jews back to the land as He has promised, and in the expectation of the coming of Messiah. This book is written by Christians who share their belief and expectation.
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Rev. Henk Poot was born in the Netherlands in 1955 and is an ordained pastor of the Protestant Church of the Netherlands. He currently works full time for Christians for Israel, Holland. He speaks and writes on the subject of the Church and Israel in Holland and Europe. He is also director of CFOIC Heartland in the Netherlands. He is the author of five books, including Christian Paganism (2003) and Daniel, the Visions (2007). Theo Horneman, a freelance graphic designer and photographer, was born in Holland in 1966. He made his first trip to Israel in 2005 but was imbued with the love of Israel from a very young age. On that first trip, he met a family from the Samarian community of Neve Zuf with the same last name as his, a connection that turned into a solid friendship. What began as an initial encounter with one community in Samaria became a journey into the meaning and reality that is Judea and Samaria, a journey that has culminated with this photographic essay. Theo li-ves in the Netherlands with his wife and three children.
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