Police to set up satellite offices in Minnesota schools

JORDAN, Minn. (AP) — One small-town Minnesota school district is taking a unique approach to keeping students safe: The police are moving in.

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Little Known Fact: Jordan was specifically created to be the “Palestinian Arab Homeland”.

In 1923 the British “chopped off” 75% of the proposed Jewish Palestinian homeland to form an Arab Palestinian Nation of “Trans-Jordan,” meaning “across the Jordan River.”

The Palestinian Arabs now had THEIR homeland… the remaining 25% of the original Palestinian territory (west of the Jordan River) was to be the Jewish Palestinian homeland. (Source: UnitedJerusalem.Org)

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Editor’s note: So why are Israel’s neighbors, along with the United States and the United Nations pushing for the creation of yet ANOTHER Palestinian state?

Did the Wise Men Know Hebrew Prophecy?

From the desert caves near the Dead Sea to the ruins of an ancient temple in Jordan, the story of the Messiah was etched in stone and written on parchment hundreds of years before Jesus was born.

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More… including the present whereabouts of their mortal remains

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Less than 2% of population of Israel and Jordan are Catholic


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Archeologists Discover Oldest Known Christian Church: 33-70 AD

Ancient Find Proves Christ’s Words

Archaeologists have unearthed in Jordan what they believe to be the first Christian church in the world.

Dating back almost 2,000 years to sometime between 33 AD to 70 AD, the church, which is actually a cave, was found underneath Saint Georgeous Church, which itself dates back to 230 AD, in Rihab in northern Jordan near the Syrian border.

Agence France Presse and The Jordan Times report that the church is thought to have sheltered the world’s earliest Christians from persecution and certain death. “We have evidence to believe this church sheltered the early Christians–the 70 disciples of Jesus Christ,” Abdul Qader al-Husan, the head of Jordan’s Rihab Centre for Archaeological Studies, told AFP.

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