Nasrallah tells Jews who moved to Israel to get out before next war begins
Lebanon’s Hezbollah accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government on Sunday of pushing the region to war in Syria, Lebanon and the Gaza Strip, and said nowhere in Israel would be safe if such a conflict were to erupt…He called on Jews who immigrated to Israel to “leave and return to the countries from which they came so they are not fuel for any war that the idiotic Netanyahu government takes them to.”
Rebel spokesman: Houthi missiles can hit covert Israeli bases in Eritrea
A spokesperson for Yemeni rebels accused Israel of taking part in the Saudi Arabia-led coalition against Yemen and warned that Israeli military bases in Africa are within range of Houthi missiles. Colonel Aziz Rashid, military spokesman for the Houthis, was quoted by Al Masirah, a news outlet tied to the armed group, warning that his forces would soon have missiles capable of reaching bases in Israel itself.
Two killed in stabbing at Marseille train station
Two people were killed in a stabbing attack at the Saint Charles train station in Marseille on Sunday afternoon. The assailant, who reportedly shouted “Allahu Akbar” as he carried out the stabbing, has been shot dead by police. The City of Marseille tweeted that security forces were conducting an operation at the train station and encouraged people to avoid the area.
Officer stabbed, pedestrians hit in Canada in suspected ‘acts of terrorism’
A police officer in the western Canadian city of Edmonton was stabbed on Saturday evening by a man who then drove a U-Haul van into a crowd of pedestrians, wounding four, local media reported. The incidents are being investigated as “acts of terrorism,” according to Edmonton Police Chief Rod Knecht. Knecht said in a news conference in the early hours of Sunday morning that there was an ISIS flag in the van.
Cameroon bans pro-independence rallies in Anglophone area
Cameroon has banned public meetings and travel in a mainly English-speaking region ahead of a protest to demand independence for the area. The South-West region’s border with Nigeria has also been shut to block “infiltration” by people threatening Cameroon’s unity, officials said. Pro-independence marches have been planned for Sunday, the 56th anniversary of Cameroon’s unification.
North Korea and US ‘in direct contact’, says Tillerson
The US is in “direct contact” with North Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said. Mr Tillerson said Washington was “probing” the possibility of talks with Pyongyang, “so stay tuned”. “We have lines of communications to Pyongyang,” he said during a trip to China. “We’re not in a dark situation.”
Germany gay marriage: Couple are first to marry under new law
Two men have become the first gay couple to marry in Germany, on the day gay marriage became legal there. Karl Kreile and Bodo Mende, a couple for 38 years, exchanged their vows at the town hall in Schöneberg, Berlin. Registry offices in several German cities were opening, unusually, on Sunday to allow couples to wed on the first day it was legally possible.
Netanyahu responds to Erodgan: Israel had no part in Kurdish vote
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected…a claim made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan who said the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad was behind the Iraqi Kurdish independence referendum. “I understand why (the Iraqi Kurdish independence) is uncomfortable to those who support Hamas and want to see the Mossad everywhere, but Israel had no part in the Kurdish referendum, apart from the deep, natural sympathy the people of Israel…
Tens of thousands march to defend Hong Kong’s rule of law against China
Tens of thousands marched in China-ruled Hong Kong on Sunday in an “anti authoritarian rule” march that called for the resignation of the city’s top legal official over the recent jailing of young democracy activists. The march, an annual fixture over the past few years on China’s October 1 National Day, comes at a time of nascent disillusionment with Hong Kong’s once vaunted judiciary.
Liberal ‘Therapists’ Pen Open Letter Blaming Trump For “National Mental Health Crisis”
“Increasingly, the weight of the current political environment burdens the hearts and minds of Americans and causes anxiety, preoccupation, deepening depression, feelings of helplessness and despair, disgust and horror,” the hyperbolic warning declares.
Online right fumes after YouTube ad crackdown
YouTube is in hot water with conservative users and creators, with the Google-owned video giant accused of discriminating against the right as YouTube takes ads off content that it says violates the terms of service.
Hezbollah says Kurdish vote a step toward wider Mideast partition
The powerful Lebanese group Hezbollah said on Saturday that an Iraqi Kurdish independence vote marked a first step toward the partition of the Middle East, warning that this would lead to “internal wars” and must be opposed.
NBA Orders Players To Stand For The National Anthem
“The league office will determine how to deal with any possible instance in which a player, coach or trainer does not stand for the anthem. (Teams do not have the discretion to waive this rule)”
U.S. cuts staff in Cuba over mysterious injuries, warns travelers
The United States on Friday cut its diplomatic presence in Cuba by more than half and warned U.S. citizens not to visit because of mysterious “attacks” that have caused hearing loss, dizziness and fatigue in U.S. embassy personnel.
With kids in tow, Catalonia’s pro-independence parents occupy polling stations in mass act of civil disobedience
In a mass act of civil disobedience, organized by WhatsApp groups, encrypted messages and clandestine committees, a small army of parents and their children occupied hundreds of polling stations across Catalonia on Saturday, hoping to thwart efforts by the central government to shut down an independence referendum that Madrid calls illegal.
Mystery dump: State Department releases thousands of Hillary Clinton documents
Without much fanfare, the State Department has released over 6,000 documents related to Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State, prompting speculation that it might contain explosive revelations. The State Department’s Reading Room website contains 301 pages, with 20 entries each, of emails released under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) rulings.
ALERT: Obama Smoking Gun Found The administration of former-President Barack Obama is known for participating in plenty of shady behavior. An investigation is blossoming and the results are revealing a smoking gun.
ALERT: Major Obama Myth Finally Destroyed After 9 Long Years
Elitist liberals believe that Barack Obama was a “superior” president simply because he came from academia and had degrees from some of America’s top universities. The truth about Obama is that his academic pedigree has long been exaggerated. Rather than a Chicago law professor, Obama was in actuality just a guest lecturer, according to American Thinker. Put simply, Obama was not qualified to be a full professor. Obama never wrote any legal papers, and in fact, he actually reneged on a contract that would have seen him write a book on race and American law. This is merely the tip of the iceberg insofar as Obama’s exaggerations are concerned.
Former Google Employee Engineering His Own A.I. Religion
Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski is emerging from the shadow of a self-driving lawsuit to create a robot god…His newly founded Way of the Future organization, …exists to “develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on artificial intelligence and through understanding and worship of the Godhead contribute to the betterment of society.”
Trump’s deal? Discontinue entire government program
…On Friday, he decided to get a better deal for the U.S. with a simple move: he simply canceled an entire federal program begun by President Obama. It was the National Council on Federal Labor-Management Relations and its related “agency-level” forums that were in the bull’s-eye.
Mr. President: Look what’s coming to the National Mall
The National Park Service has approved the placement of a 45-foot sculpture of a nude woman on the National Mall next month through March 28. Titled “R-Evolution” by artist by Marco Cochrane, it first debuted in 2015 at the “Burning Man” Festival in Nevada, it could soon be making its way for a position near the Washington Monument, Smithsonian and the Capitol.
Outrage: State Employees Paid to Create Sick American Flag Display
…employees of York High School put a U.S. flag on the floor of the school library on Tuesday, and left it there all day. To make matters worse, the teachers apparently knew that putting a flag on the ground was considered disrespectful, but did it on purpose. “It was used for students to reconcile their feelings about current issues and whether their First Amendment rights are protected,” Principal Erin DeLuga stated in a vague letter to parents.
More Faith-Based Films May Feature F-Bombs
“We don’t want to play within the constraints” of Christian moviemaking, says ‘Generational Sins’ writer-director Spencer Folmar.
Churches to pioneer £890-a-week ‘glamping pods’ to raise money to stay open
..those wishing to soak up more liturgical atmosphere can now do so in luxury, thanks to a new Church of England scheme. Cash-strapped churches are set to cash in on their scenic charms by hiring out “glamping” accommodation, with lets costing as much as £890 a week.