The new vice-chair, Jacques Gauthier, is the lawyer for the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem, which Marci McDonald describes as "the largest and most influential of the country's Christian Zionist organizations.
What does ICE stand for?
ICE stands for International Christian Embassy (Jerusalem, Israel)
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- Internal Consistency Error (computing)
- Internal Consistency Evaluator (Microsoft Windows)
- International Caenorhabditis Elegans Experiment (astronomy)
- International Card Establishment (bankcard services)
- International Casino Exhibition
- International Center for Education (various locations)
- International Certificate of Education (University of Cambridge; UK)
- International Chemical Environment
- International Chess Enterprises
- International Christian Education Credentialing (St. Mary's, GA)
- International Collaborative Effort on Injury Statistics
- International Cometary Explorer
- International Commentary Explorer
- International Conference on Education
- International Conferences and Events
- International Congress of Egyptology
- International Congress on Electrocardiology
- International Conseil Energie (French: International Energy Council)
- International Corpus of English
- International Correspondents in Education (network)
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They will take part in celebrations of the Christian Feast of Tabernacles in AL-Buraq courtyard, which is sponsored by the International Christian Embassy of Jerusalem.
She looks at messianic and millenarian groups, interpretive frames, apocalyptic representations in practice, Jerusalem as sacred place and symbol, The International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem and The Temple Mount Faithful as case studies of the Eternal Kingdom of God, and theoretical application.
JERUSALEM -- The International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem, an Israel-based evangelical group that brings thousands of pilgrims to Israel every year and supports both Jews and Arabs in the Holy Land, has launched a campaign to encourage Christians around the world to invest in Israel.