For the First Time Ever: A Jewish-Christian Party To Run For Knesset
Avi Lipkin, a well-known lecturer who has spoken in over 1,000 churches, announced that he has formed the first joint Jewish-Christian party and intends to lead it in the next Knesset elections. A closer look at his motives reveals that this may be the wave of the future. “The Biblical bloc protects everyone who believes in the Bible and opposes the ethnic cleansing of Jews and Christians from the Land of Israel. The Biblical bloc represents parties all over the world who espouse Judeo-Christian, democratic Western culture.”
Iran May Be Conducting Long-Range Missile Test in Remote Desert Facility: Report
“An analysis of structures and ground markings at the facility strongly suggests, though does not prove, that it is developing the technology for long-range missiles, the researchers say,” the newspaper reported. While the existence of a long-range ballistic-missile program would not violate the Iranian nuclear deal or other formal agreements, it would likely ratchet up tensions with the United States and even Europe, where a long-range missile could hit.
Investigators identify Russian military unit in downing of MH17
Prosecutors investigating the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014 said on Thursday they had identified the missile used to shoot down the plane as coming from a Russian military unit.
Trump: No immigration deal unless ‘real wall,’ good security
Moderates House Republicans are pushing a deal that could lead to citizenship for young “Dreamer” immigrants brought to the US illegally. But Trump tells “Fox & Friends” that unless any bill “improves a wall, and I mean a wall, a real wall, and unless it improves very strong border security, there’ll be no approvals from me.”
Right to Try Passes House, Trump Expected to Sign
The U.S. House passed Right to Try legislation on Tuesday that gives the terminally ill access to experimental drugs showing efficacy in clinical trials but not yet approved by the FDA.
Rank And File FBI Agents “Sickened” By Comey And McCabe Want To “Come Forward And Testify”
Several FBI agents would like Congress to subpoena them so that they can step forward and reveal dirt on former FBI Director James Comey and his Deputy Andrew McCabe, reports the Daily Caller, citing three active field agents and former federal prosecutor Joe DiGenova.
A bill named in dishonor of CA mayor
Defending his bill on the Fox Business Network, King said Mayor Schaaf is no different than a private citizen harboring an illegal alien in their home. “And if you use your position as a public official, in a blanket form, to help hundreds avoid the law,” said King, “that’s clearly obstruction of justice.” ICE has since suggested Schaaf was essentially acting as a “gang lookout” by tipping off lawbreakers when police came through their neighborhood.
Israel to advance plans for 3,900 West Bank settler homes
Israel plans to advance plans for 3,900 new settler homes, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said on Thursday morning. He spoke just two days after the Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riyad Malki urged the International Criminal Court at The Hague to open a war crimes case against Israel for such activity.
North Korea nuclear test tunnels at Punggye-ri ‘destroyed’
North Korea appears to have blown up tunnels at its only nuclear test site, in a move to reduce regional tensions. Foreign journalists at the Punggye-ri nuclear testing site said they witnessed a huge explosion. The North offered to scrap the site earlier this year as part of a diplomatic rapprochement with South Korea and the US.
Iran nuclear deal: Khamenei lists demands for European powers
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has set out several conditions for staying in the nuclear deal with world powers. The conditions include protecting Iran oil sales and safeguarding trade. US President Donald Trump has said he is withdrawing from the deal, and on Monday Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said sanctions lifted after the 2015 deal would be re-imposed.
Trump administration launches vehicle import probe
President Donald Trump has ordered a national security probe into vehicle imports, which could bring new tariffs. Mr Trump said the US car industry was “critical to our strength as a nation” and ordered the Department of Commerce to investigate. The probe rests on 1960s legislation which lets the president restrict imports if they threaten national security.
With death rate up, US life expectancy is likely down again
The U.S. death rate rose last year, and 2017 likely will mark the third straight year of decline in American life expectancy, according to preliminary data. Death rates rose for Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, flu and pneumonia, and three other leading causes of death, according to numbers posted online Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Escaped ebola patients went to PRAYERS with 50 people – outbreak ‘on knife edge’
Health bosses confirmed two of the three fugitives attended the prayer meeting before they died. Fears now rage the highly infectious disease could spread further as victims fail to grasp the seriousness of the infection. Ebola patients are reportedly relying on spiritual cures rather than trusting advice of doctors. And this is despite thousands of vaccines being deployed the to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Swiss vote on radical sovereign money plan to upend banking system
Jean-Marc Decressonniere is probably the only banker in finance-friendly Switzerland who supports a vote next month that could transform how lenders operate. Unlike virtually all his peers, Decressonniere backs the Sovereign Money initiative, which wants to stop commercial banks from in effect creating money every time they make a loan.
Scientists’ WARNING: 5G Tech In WiFi Street Lamps Causing Insomnia, Nosebleeds
A man in the United Kingdom is warning that the 5G technology found in street lamps can cause some moderate to severe health concerns. A few of those concerns include nosebleeds, insomnia, and the more severe stillbirths.
Poll: LGBT Population in U.S. Estimated at 4.5%
Results from a year-long survey conducted in 2017 show that the estimated LGBT population in the United States is now at 4.5%, and that the biggest increase in LGBT-identification has been among millenials, those people born between 1980 and 1999.
US Approves $1 BILLION Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia, inc 6,500+ Anti-tank Missiles
The US has approved a massive $1 BILLION in Arms sales to Saudi Arabia including $670 million-worth of anti-tank missiles, despite huge criticism of the Gulf state’s war in Yemen seeing 10,000 civilians killed.
Americans Petition Trump: Sign Executive Order Mandating E-Verify to Stop Illegal Aliens Taking U.S. Jobs
More than 10,000 Americans have signed onto a petition pleading with President Trump to executively enact mandatory E-Verify, which would ban all U.S. businesses from hiring illegal aliens over citizens.
Pakistan heatwave kills 65 people in Karachi: welfare organization
A heatwave has killed 65 people in Pakistan’s southern city of Karachi over the past three days, a social welfare organization said on Tuesday, amid fears the death toll could climb as the high temperatures persist.
Israelis asked to cut down shower time in bid to combat five-year drought
More efficient use of water at home and in municipal gardens, along with increased desalination efforts are among means mooted to address huge rise in consumption
Landmark lawsuit claims Monsanto hid cancer danger of weedkiller for decades
In June, a California groundskeeper will make history by taking company to trial on claims it suppressed harm of Roundup
The Catholic Church’s Looming Fight Over Same-Sex Blessings
Reports that Pope Francis told a sex-abuse victim that God made him gay have drawn headlines this week, with many observers inferring a new level of acceptance of homosexuality, which the catechism of the Catholic Church describes as “objectively disordered.”
Irish artists horrified by U2 abortion advocacy
On May 25, Irish citizens will vote on the 8th Amendment of their constitution. The government is allowing voters to choose abortion on demand, and voices from Ireland’s two most famous rock bands have spoken.
Will ‘delusional’ U.N. recognize Christian sites?
There’s an international dilemma developing for UNESCO, criticized as the”delusional” U.N. agency that designated Jerusalem’s Temple Mount, considered the site of Jewish temples that existed more than 2,000 years before Muhammad, as “Islamic.”