29 Jun 2018

Report: 45,000 Syrian Refugees Headed for Israel
Sources in the Syrian and Jordanian armies reported Thursday that due to instability in southern Syria and the shelling of the Daraa area in southwestern Syria which killed some 93 people, as many as 45,000 Syrian refugees are making their way to the border with Israel – after Jordan declared its refusal to absorb any more fleeing Syrian civilians.

‘US no longer talking about Israeli concessions’
The United States is no longer pressing the Israeli government to offer concessions or symbolic ‘gestures’ to the Palestinian Authority, a senior Israeli official told Arutz Sheva, marking a stark contrast with past US administrations.

Maxine Waters Cancels Events Following “Very Serious” Death Threats
Congresswoman Maxine Waters – who earlier this week urged her supporters to accost members of the Trump administration at restaurants and other public venues – has been forced to cancel a pair of public events after receiving a “very serious death threat.” The Congresswoman told CNN on Thursday that she’s seen an increase in threats since she made the controversial comments.

Global Stock Rally Halted By Report Trump May Withdraw From WTO
the sense of precarious peace was shattered shortly after 6am ET when Axios reported that after several days of calm, President Trump has repeatedly told his advisers he seeks to withdraw the US from the WTO – a decision that would “throw global trade into wild disarray.” Some excerpts from the report. The WTO is designed by the rest of the world to screw the United States.”

Anti-corruption watchdogs wonder: ‘Who is funding Mexico’s presidential candidates?’
Mexico’s three leading presidential candidates have not declared a single peso in direct private financial contributions to their election campaigns, federal records show, raising concerns from corruption watchdogs about the potential influence of dark money in a pivotal contest.

IDF: Israel will not open borders to Syrians, humanitarian aid to continue
The IDF will not allow the entry of Syrians…into Israel but will continue providing aid for those in tent camps in the Syrian Golan Heights, the IDF announced on Friday. “The IDF is monitoring the events in southern Syria and is preparing for a variety of scenarios, including continued humanitarian assistance to fleeing Syrians. We will not allow passage of Syrians fleeing the country and will continue to defend Israel’s security interests,”…

Palestinian Authority steps up activities in east Jerusalem
The Palestinian Authority and various Palestinian factions have stepped up their activities in east Jerusalem, while Israeli security authorities have intensified their operations to torpedo those efforts. “The Jerusalem Police have been playing a cat-and-mouse game with the Palestinian Authority and other Palestinian political factions trying to operate in the city in violation of the law,” a Palestinian lawyer…told The Jerusalem Post this week.

Migrant crisis: EU leaders plan secure migrant centres
Secure centres for migrants may be set up in EU states to process asylum claims under a deal reached after marathon talks at a summit in Brussels. The controlled centres would be set up by EU states on a voluntary basis and migrants whose claims were rejected would be “returned”. Refugees could be resettled in EU states which agreed to take them.

Syria war: Air strike on Deraa shelter kills 17 civilians
At least 17 civilians have been killed in an air strike on a basement shelter in south-western Syria, activists say, as warplanes pound rebel-held areas. A monitoring group reported that five children were among those who died when aircraft identified as Russian bombed Musayfira, east of the city of Deraa. Russia is backing an army offensive in the region, which borders Jordan and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

Have Humans Reached Their Limit on Life Span? These Researchers Say No.
As technology advances, prospects for increasing the human life span are seemingly everywhere. But is there a limit to how long humans can live? According to a new study, published today (June 28) in the journal Science, the answer to that question is no. What’s more, the researchers argue that after age 105, the risk of dying each year remains the same.

Saudi-Russian axis rules oil markets as Trump fights Iran
Iran may be Russia’s ally in the Syrian conflict but when it comes to oil, Tehran’s arch-enemy Saudi Arabia takes precedence – if last week’s OPEC meeting in Vienna is anything to go by. Iran had been pushing hard for oil producers to hold output steady as U.S. sanctions are expected to hit its exports, meaning Tehran had little to gain from OPEC production increases that lower oil prices and cut its revenue.

Pentagon Intelligence Chief: Russia And China Will Have Weapons in Space ‘In the Near Future’
Russia and China are developing new space-based weapons and they’ll be ready “in the near future,” Lt. Gen. Robert Ashley, the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, said Tuesday…The countries, which Ashley called “competitors,” are developing “the ability to interdict satellites both from a ground standpoint and from a space standpoint,” he said. “The technology is being developed right now. It is coming in the near future.”

20 fires break out in south due to incendiary balloons
Around 20 fires broke out on Thursday in various areas in south Israel along the Gaza border due to incendiary balloons being flown from the strip, with the largest conflagration erupting in Kibbutz Be’eri and Kibbutz Alumim. Fires also broke out throughout the course of the day in the Regional Councils of Eshkol, Sedot Negev and Sha’ar HaNegev, as well as in several nature reserves, costing the lives of many animals.

First Trump-Putin summit has Cold War backdrop, U.S. allies nervous
U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet for their first summit on July 16 in Helsinki, a venue famed for its Cold War diplomacy. The Kremlin and the White House simultaneously announced the place and date a day after reaching agreement for the two leaders to meet following a visit to Moscow by U.S. national security adviser John Bolton.

Tens of thousands of Muslim Syrian refugees are flocking to Israel’s border
60,000 Syrians reportedly making their way from Syria towards Israelis border following bombings by regime forces.

Bombshell! Hillary Clinton NEVER Had A State Department E-Mail Address
Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server was not a secondary server to her State Department one, it was her only one.

The Genocide Of White South Africans Is In Full Swing
Jake Lloyd reads actual messages from a South African viewer and talks about the reality of the situation that the MSM ignores.

Prince William meets President Abbas in first West Bank visit by royal
Prince William has expressed hope for “lasting peace” between Israelis and Palestinians during a visit to the occupied West Bank.

Saddleworth Moor fire prompts evacuations near Manchester
A fire raging in northern England has prompted the evacuation of dozens of homes and forced firefighters to work in “tremendously difficult conditions”.

Jewish couple helps overturn ban in UK on heterosexual civil partnership
Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan say marriage ‘treated women as property for centuries’ and they want to raise their children as equal partners

Putin: I’ve Withdrawn 1,140 Troops And 30 Aircraft From Syria
Russian president also promised he would increase monetary allowances for troops

STAND YOUR GROUND: Jerusalem mayor refuses to meet with Prince William outside Jerusalem – this is how you stick up for our country
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat canceled a meeting with Prince William after the latter refused to hold the meeting in Jerusalem, according to Channel 2.

Christians around the world outraged as Canadian leader Trudeau refuses to admit that Christians are being slaughtered by Muslims in the Middle East
Justin Trudeau’s failure to stand up against the persecution of Christians and other minorities around the world is completely unacceptable. Canada’s Conservatives will always defend human rights and the freedom of religion, at home and abroad.

Grocery Giant Kroger To Begin Home Delivery Service Of Groceries By Partnering With Driverless Car Company Nuro
EDITOR’S NOTE: Self-driving autonomous vehicles are on the verge of being perfected, and when fully operational it will cause a paradigm shift not seen since the beginning days of the 20th century. When the automobile was first introduced in the late 1890’s, it was seen as an interesting novelty that would soon fade away. Then Henry Ford came along with the moving assembly line and seemingly overnight America, and then the world, was driving.

NYT op-ed calls for the complete silencing of all conservatives, FOREVER… because liberals can’t win when public debate is tolerated
In a recent op-ed he wrote for The New York Times, Norden attempts to make the case that freedom of speech should end where ignorance begins – or at least his private interpretation as to what constitutes ignorance. In this case, Norden sees conservative viewpoints as being ignorant, and wants conservatives not to have a voice when it comes to influencing public opinion.

U.S. Pays for Palestinian School Books that Glorify Terrorism, Promote Extremism
In a ghastly waste of taxpayer dollars, the U.S. government helps pay for Palestinian school books that glorify terrorism and promote extremism. The Palestinian Authority (PA) and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) uses the radical material to educate about 300,000 students in grades 1 through 11 at hundreds of schools in Gaza and the West Bank. The curriculum and inciting materials are largely funded by the U.S., which is by far the UNRWA’s biggest financial supporter.

PICTURES: British Troops Deployed to Help Fight Worst Moorland Wildfire in Living Memory
Over 100 firefighters working in 12 hour shifts to contain the spread of significant wildfires in North-East England were reinforced overnight to Thursday by soldiers from the 4th Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland.