Amnesty International renews call for arms embargo against Israel
In a statement over the weekend, Amnesty International renewed its call to impose an arms embargo on Israel, following recurring clashes between the IDF and protesters in the Gaza strip. As a reason for the demand, the London-based non-governmental human rights organization named the “killing and wounding of civilians demonstrating in Gaza by the Israeli forces, despite the fact that they don’t pose any immediate threat.”
Paraguayan president pledges to move embassy to Jerusalem
Paraguayan president Horacio Cartes pledged to relocate his country’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem at a special celebratory event in Asunción to mark Israel’s 70th anniversary. Cartes said that he would like the move to take place before he leaves office in mid-August. Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon tweeted about the statement under the heading “good news.”
Lebanese army says Israel abducted citizen on border
Israel’s army said on Sunday that it had briefly held a Lebanese woman who crossed the border and then repatriated her, a detention Beirut denounced as an abduction. The Lebanese army said that the woman, Nohad Dali, was taken on Saturday evening from Shebaa, a small disputed area that Israel regards as part of the Golan Heights, which it captured from Syria in 1967, but which Beirut says is Lebanese territory.
North Korea nuclear test site to close in May, South Korea says
North Korea’s nuclear test site will close in May, the South Korean president’s office has said. A spokesman said the closure of the Punggye-ri site would be done in public and foreign experts from South Korea and the US would be invited to watch. Scientists have said the site may have partially collapsed in September.
Russia’s floating nuclear plant heads out to sea
A controversial floating nuclear power plant made by Russia has headed out for its first sea voyage. The floating plant, the Akademik Lomonosov, was towed out of the St Petersburg shipyard where it was constructed on Saturday. It is to be pulled through the Baltic Sea and around the Norwegian coast to Murmansk, a city of 300,000 people, where its reactors are to be loaded with nuclear fuel.
IDF escalates response to Gaza border clashes
The increasingly violent rioting of Palestinians on the Gaza border led the IDF to adopt a new policy of attacking Hamas targets in response, military officials said Saturday. Some 1,000 Palestinians took part in the rioting at the Karni crossings on Friday, during which hundreds of them tried to sabotage the border fence by hurling explosives and hand grenades at it.
Mystery Group Of “Wealthy Donors” And Soros Spends $50 Million For “Private Trump-Russia Investigation”
The House Intelligence Committee’s just-released report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election reveals in a footnote that an ongoing, private investigation into Trump-Russia claims is being funded with $50 million supplied by George Soros and a group of 7-10 wealthy donors from California and New York.
Ancient Mass Ritualistic Burial Site Discovered, Bodies of Hundreds of Children Found May Be World’s largest
Peru, home to famous sites such as Machu Picchu, the Nazca Lines, and the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, housed evidence of the single most massive incident of mass child sacrifice in the Americas.
Tenn. Senate Approves New Monument that Will Have Leftists Foaming at the Mouth
…the Tennessee Senate passed a bill which would create a monument to aborted unborn children on state Capitol grounds.
Russia Is Attacking U.S. Forces With Electronic Weapons in Syria Every Day, General Says
American forces in Syria are increasingly facing attacks from Russian and Syrian electronic warfare weapons, as Moscow uses the conflict to test its future arsenal.
SIDING WITH MUSLIMS: Germany Agrees with ‘Palestinians’ – Jerusalem is NOT Israel’s Capital
Germany is refusing to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Indeed, while its foreign ministry acknowledged that every country has the right to name its own capital, it said that this is not the case for Israel, insisting that the status of Jerusalem can be settled only through negotiations with the Palestinians.
Took a ancestry DNA test? Here’s what you should know about privacy
Popular genetic testing companies 23andMe and Ancestry.com are holding on to more than information about your family tree, which raises privacy conerns. Experts confirm DNA in these databases can be accessed by law enforcement and third party companies under certain circumstances, revealing intimate information about user’s medical history and biological relationships.
Judges slam brakes on license-plate reading system
A network of cameras that captures your car license plate whenever you drive, recording times and locations, has been dealt a significant blow by the Virginia Supreme Court.
What Leftists Stand For
…Most of the people who vote for the Democrats have no idea what the left actually stands for due to the actions of the media, who hide the truth. Here are some of the evils perpetrated or supported by large numbers of leftists so you can convince those Democrat voters to switch sides:
Florida High School Facing Backlash After Sexually Explicit Homework Assignment
A Florida father is demanding changes after his daughter’s homework assignment contained a sexually explicit question involving revenge sex and baby daddies.