‘New day’ for Israel at the U.N. with Trump strategy, Nikki Haley says
“It is a new day at the UN,” she declared, citing a recent vote in the General Assembly that allowed debate on Hamas’ culpability for the humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip. “From now on, every country knows that the United States will not just block anti-Israel measures, we will shine a light on those who are responsible. There won’t be any more free passes for those who bully Israel at the UN.”
Battle of Gog/Magog On The Horizon?
The nation of Syria no longer exists. It may exist in name, but that’s it. What used to be Syria has been carved up and divided by any number of groups. And the three biggest are Russia, Iran, and Turkey. Why is this so significant? It’s significant because it sets the stage for an event the Bible prophesied over 2,000 years ago.
Trump – The De-Globalizer!
What if, considering the motion towards peoples’ new self-determination – Trump’s jumping from chaos to more chaos, to the never-ending sanction game (punishing, or threatening friends and foes alike) – will lead to a genuine de-globalization of the world? If this were to happen then, we the 90% of the globe’s population, should be very grateful to Mr. Trump who has shown and created the path to enlightening – the enlightening of de-globalization.
Huge stone detaches from Western Wall
A large stone detached from the Western Wall early Monday, shattering in the egalitarian prayer area, only a few meters away from one of the women praying there. No one was hurt. In the wake of the unusual incident, the mixed-gender prayer area was closed, and Israel Antiquities Authority personnel were called to the scene to assess the situation.
Gregg Jarrett: Comey and Strzok — Two key players in the scheme to clear Clinton and frame Trump
In one of the more stunning revelations contained in the report compiled by the Justice Department’s watchdog, former FBI Director James Comey claimed he doesn’t remember the moment he decided – and put down in writing — that Hillary Clinton had committed crimes. The truth is that Comey well remembers what he wrote, because he participated in subsequent discussions with top officials at the FBI about Clinton’s “gross negligence.”
Targeting critics, Trump threatens ex-officials’ security clearances
Trump has targeted the former U.S. intelligence and law enforcement officials, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said, because they have “politicized and in some cases monetized their public service and security clearances, making baseless accusations of improper contact with Russia or being influenced by Russia.” Among them is John Brennan…
Nikki Haley speaks out on Putin summit and she does not hold back
“Well, first of all, we don’t trust Russia,” Haley responded forcefully, “we don’t trust Putin, we never will, they’re never gonna be our friend, that’s just a fact.” “But what I do think is, whether it’s the president sitting down with Kim [Jong Un], or whether the president sits down with Putin, those are things that have to happen,” she continued. “You can’t get to the end of the other side if you don’t have those conversations.” “I care more about what he does”
Israel to Russia: Iran must withdraw completely from Syria
Russia has offered to keep Iranian forces in Syria away from the Israeli border, but Israel wants Tehran to completely withdraw, an Israeli official said Tuesday.
Death toll in Japanese heat wave hits 65
At least 65 people have died as a result of a heat wave in Japan that started on July 9th and more than 35,000 people have been hospitalized.
Israel fires Patriot missiles against Syrian jet in Golan Heights
Israel launched two Patriot missiles against a Syrian fighter jet, the IDF said on Monday, as rocket sirens were heard across northern Israel and the Golan heights. It was the second-such incident of interceptors being fired in two days, opposite Syrian areas where Damascus’s forces have been routing rebels.
No Ceasefire in Sight As Gaza Border Remains Hot
At midnight, Hamas announced a ceasefire via Egypt. A few hours after the ceasefire was declared, at least three projectiles were fired into Israel. On Saturday morning, several Gazans attempted to infiltrate into Israel, prompting the IDF to fire a tank shell at a Hamas post. The infiltrators returned across the border.
IDF shoots down Syrian fighter jet with Patriot missiles
The IDF shot down a Syrian fighter jet that entered Israeli airspace from the Golan Heights border on Tuesday afternoon. The IDF shot down the Russian-made Sukhoi jet, which infiltrated two kilometers into Israeli territory, with two Patriot missiles launched from Safed. It reportedly crashed inside Syria. Rocket alert sirens blared through the Golan Heights shortly after 1:30pm in the Golan Regional Council, in the Jordan Valley and in the city of Katzrin.
Israel rejects Russian offer to keep Iranian forces 100 km from Golan
Israel rebuffed on Monday a new Russian offer to keep Iranian forces in Syria away from the Golan Heights ceasefire line, an Israeli official said, complicating Moscow’s bid to stabilize the country amid a waning civil war. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the issue came up during a meeting between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a visiting Russian delegation led by Russia’s foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov.
Erdogan calls Israel’s Nation-State Law ‘fascist,’ in ‘Hitler’s spirit’
Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that Israel’s Nation-State Law legitimizes oppression and shows that Israel is a fascist and racist country where the spirit of Adolf Hitler has re-emerged. The controversial Jewish nation-state bill became Israel’s 14th Basic Law early Thursday morning after it passed into law in the Knesset plenum.
Abbas: We won’t stop payments to ‘martyrs’ and prisoners
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas again vowed on Monday to continue funding Palestinian security prisoners held by Israel and families of Palestinians killed in attacks on Israelis. Abbas was speaking during a meeting he held in his office with families and relatives of Palestinian “martyrs” and former security prisoners.
Laos dam collapse: Hundreds missing after flash floods hit villages
Hundreds of people are missing and an unknown number dead after a dam under construction collapsed in south-east Laos, state media reported. The collapse at the hydroelectric dam in Attapeu province late on Monday sent flash floods through six villages, Lao News Agency said. More than 6,600 people have been made homeless, it added.
Japan heatwave declared natural disaster as death toll mounts
Japan’s weather agency has declared a heatwave sweeping the country a natural disaster, with at least 65 deaths recorded in the past week. An agency spokesman warned that “unprecedented levels of heat” were being seen in some areas. More than 22,000 people have been admitted to hospital with heat stroke, nearly half of them elderly, emergency officials say.
Greece wildfires: ’60 dead’ in holiday area
At least 60 people have reportedly died in wildfires in the Attica region around Athens, in Greece’s worst fire crisis in more than a decade. A local official gave the death toll to local media after flames devastated the seaside village of Mati. Rescuers found the bodies of 26 adults and children who apparently hugged each other as they died, trapped by the inferno just metres from the sea.
Antidepressant prescriptions for children on the rise
The number of antidepressants prescribed to children in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland has risen over the past three years, figures obtained by BBC’s File on 4 reveal. In England, there was a 15% rise. Scotland saw a 10% increase. And in Northern Ireland the number rose by 6%. In total, there were 950,000 prescriptions issued between April 2015 and March 2018.
US Southwest sizzles as temperatures near 120 degrees
Temperatures approached 120 degrees in parts of the U.S. Southwest on Monday, and forecasters said this week could bring the region’s hottest weather of the year. Phoenix reached a sweltering 115 degrees (46 Celsius), which broke the previous daily record, according to the National Weather Service.
Cambridge University scientists create artificial embryo from stem cells
Artificial embryos built from scratch using stem cells have been created by scientists. Researchers bypassed the act of fertilisation by growing the self-assembling structures in the laboratory. Although the cells used came from mice, the experiment has opened up a new frontier in embryo research with major ethical implications.
New flotilla set to leave Palermo in bid to break blockade on Gaza
A new flotilla of ships intent on breaking Israel’s 10-year blockade of the Gaza Strip was due to set sail early this week from the Italian port of Palermo, two months after it first set off from Copenhagen in Denmark.
Why Liberal Comedy Writers At Buzzfeed Love To Bash Jesus Christ And Christians But You’ll Never See Mohammed Get The Same Treatment
So why do all the Liberal comedy sites like Buzzfeed feel complete liberty to mock and belittle Christians and our Saviour Jesus?
Obama’s peace envoy: Israel is carrying out ‘reversed Oslo’ in West Bank
Amid rising doubts over the viability of US President Donald Trump’s yet-to-be-released peace plan, the Obama administration’s special envoy for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations is speaking out against what he describes as Israel’s “alarming” rejection of previous agreements aimed at moving towards a two-state solution.
In Damascus, Syrians dare to hope that war’s end may be near
In the capital of Damascus, many of the checkpoints that for years have snarled traffic are gone. The city is again connected to its sprawling suburbs once held by the opposition, and many former residents and visitors from other parts of Syria fill its streets.
‘Sisters in hate’ join to raise money for ‘Muslim Mafia’
Two prominent American Muslim activists known for their hatred of Israel and support for terrorism have teamed up to raise money for a MoveOn.org-style Muslim activist group and the San Francisco chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a D.C.-headquartered group designated as a terrorist organization by an Arab Gulf state.
Cuba debates constitutional change legalizing gay marriage
As Cuba enters a new era with a modern constitution, acclaimed Cuban writer and ethnographer Miguel Barnet said Sunday that it is time to break with the past and endorse a constitutional change that will allow same-sex marriage on the island.
Trump Might Revoke Security Clearances of 6 Top Obama Intel Officials
President Donald Trump is investigating whether to revoke the security clearances of as many as six former Obama administration security officials “because they’ve politicized and, in some cases, monetized their clearances,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday.
New York State Has Quietly Begun Facial Recognition Scans at Toll Booths
The Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, has revealed that facial recognition systems are already scanning drivers’ faces in New York City and putting their photos into databases. The state is even “experimenting” with technology to identify people just by pictures of their ear.
University of Minnesota To Punish Students And Teachers For Incorrect Usage of Gender Pronouns
The University of Minnesota is potentially going to punish students and teachers for improper use of gender pronouns. The policy is still under consideration and includes a punishment up to expulsion or firing.
‘Fact-Checker’ Who Accused ICE Officer Of Having A ‘Nazi Tattoo’ Hired To Research The ‘Far Right’
A former New Yorker fact-checker, who set off a firestorm after accusing an officer of Immigration and Customs Enforcement of having a “Nazi tattoo” has found new employment — as an expert on far-right hate groups for the Soros-funded leftist site, Media Matters.
TV Gets Its First Transgender Superhero
The character Nia Nal will be played by transgender actor Nicole Maines (a man presenting himself as a woman) and will be based of the DC Comics character Nura Nal. Sometimes called “Dream Girl,” the character Nia Nal is a humanoid alien that also sees into the future.
Is the Gun Confiscation and Coming Genocide of White South Africans a Beta Test for America?
South Africa is walking down an old familiar path. The South African version of our Supreme Court just issued a ruling that calls for 300,000 gun owners to turn in their firearms. The loophole which allows the South African government to confiscate 300,000 guns comes from the controversial Section 24 and Section 28 of the Firearm’s Control Act.
Tunisia: Muslims hold a barbeque in a Jewish cemetery
Tunisia is supposed to be a “moderate” Muslim country, but this news article demonstrates that even “moderate” Muslims have hatred of and contempt for Jews.
Democratic socialists of America and Progressive Democrats One and the Same
Though they do their cunning best to keep it well hidden from a seemingly unsuspecting electorate, there is no difference between the Democratic Socialists of America (Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, New York City congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) and the plain old, same old Progressive Democrats.