26 Sep 2017

Earthquake Epidemic Sweeping Globe Part of End-of-Days Redemption: Rabbis
While the heavens raged above in one of the most disastrous hurricane seasons in history, the earth trembled below as a global epidemic of major earthquakes shook all around the volatile Pacific Ring of Fire. A Bible Codes expert, searching for the divine message hidden in the Mexico disaster, discovered a shockingly clear reference that indicates this trend will only continue.

Powerful 6.0-magnitude earthquake strikes off Papua New Guinea
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake has struck off Papua New Guinea but no tsunami warning has been issued.

The graphs that show why Bali’s Mt Agung volcano could erupt at any minute, as 75,000 flee
Vehicles laden with food, masks and bedding have been dispatched to help more than 75,000 people who have fled a volcano on the tourist island of Bali, as rising magma and increased tremors fuel fears of an imminent eruption. Mount Agung, about 75 kilometres (47 miles) from the Indonesian tourist hub of Kuta, has been rumbling since August, threatening to erupt for the first time since 1963.

Iraq hangs 42 Sunni militants convicted of terrorism
Iraq on Sunday executed 42 Sunni Muslim militants convicted on terrorism charges ranging from killing members of security forces to detonating car bombs. The biggest mass execution this year in Iraq came after the government came after Sunni suicide attacks killed at least 60 people near the southern city of Nassiriya, a Shi’ite area, on Sept. 14, prompting Shi’ite demands for tougher judicial action.

Survey: 67% of PA, Gaza Arabs Want Abbas to Resign, Replaced by Barghouti or Haniyeh
A large majority believes that Palestinians cannot criticize the PA without fear. In fact, half of the public believes that the PA has now become a burden on the Palestinian people,” the PSR states.

North Korea appears to bolster defenses as crisis with US escalates
North Korea appears to have boosted defenses on its east coast, South Korea’s Yonhap news agency said on Tuesday, after the North said US President Donald Trump had declared war and that it would shoot down US bombers flying near the peninsula.

The German AfD party has surged and Europe is falling apart
The mainstream media repeats the mantra that behind this right-wing surge lies the xenophobic and fascist hate that has raised its head in Europe, citing Vladimir Putin with his hackers, Donald Trump and his tweets, and other children’s fairy tales. These are the real fake newsmongers. What lies behind the right-wing surge is, instead, the big cultural shock that hit at the heart of the European democracies…, the ideological shock (derision of the people by the élites and political correctness), rampant anti-Christian secularization and massive illegal immigration.

Israel fires missile at Syrian aircraft over Golan
Arab media outlets have reported that a Syrian aircraft flying over the Syrian-controlled side of the Golan Heights near the border with Israel was targeted by an Israeli missile. According to the report, the incident took place over the town of Kuneitra on the Syrian-controlled side of the Golan.

Hamas speaks highly of deadly shooting attack that killed 3 Israelis
Hamas spoke highly of a deadly shooting attack on Tuesday outside the Har Adar settlement near Jerusalem. “Once again Jerusalem proves that it is the heart of the conflict with the occupation,” Hamas spokesman Hazim Qassim said… “The operation this morning in northern Jerusalem is a new chapter of the Jerusalem intifada and… an affirmation that our uprising youth will continue to fight until the people and land are completely liberated.”

Netanyahu: Israel expects Abbas to condemn terror attack
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to condemn the Har Adar terror attack Tuesday morning that killed two security guards and one border police officer, and not to justify it. Speaking before the weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu said that the attack is the result – among other things – of “systematic incitement by the Palestinian Authority and other elements.”

UN: Israeli, PA incitement violates Resolution 2334
Israelis and Palestinians have engaged in inflammatory rhetoric that violates UN Resolution 2334, which condemns settlement activity, UN special coordinator for the Middle East peace process Nikolay Mladenov said on Monday. He presented the UN Security Council with his third report on the resolution since its approval last December, in which he gave both Israelis and Palestinians a failing grade.

Manus refugees rejected by Australia head to US
A small group of refugees have become the first to be moved from Australia’s offshore detention centre on Manus island to the US to start new lives. The 22 men have been accepted by the US under a deal reached between Australia and the Obama administration. Another group are expected to be moved from the island nation of Nauru in coming days.

Brexit: Theresa May to meet Donald Tusk for talks
Theresa May will meet European Council President Donald Tusk later – the first time since the PM set out plans for a two-year transition period post-Brexit. It comes a month before the council will decide whether sufficient progress has been made to begin trade talks. The council says it first wants more detail on citizen’s rights, a financial settlement and the Irish border.

California Is Already Preparing for a North Korean Nuclear Attack
With U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un trading insults and threatening war, California officials are taking the threat of nuclear exchange seriously. Noting the heightened North Korean threat, the Los Angeles-area Joint Regional Intelligence Center issued a bulletin…warning that a nuclear attack on Southern California would be “catastrophic” and urged officials in the region to shore up their nuclear attack response plans.

US spy chief urges Congress to renew surveillance authority
Intelligence Director Dan Coats Monday urged Congress to tread carefully as it considers imposing limitations on surveillance authorities enjoyed by the nation’s spy agencies for nearly a decade. “This is clearly a major issue for the intelligence community,” Coats told a group of journalists at his office complex in suburban Virginia. “It’s one of our top priorities.”

U.S. tells WTO concerned about Chinese cyber security laws
The United States has told the World Trade Organization that a new Chinese cyber security law could have a significant adverse effect on global trade in services… “China’s measures would disrupt, deter, and in many cases, prohibit cross-border transfers of information that are routine in the ordinary course of business,” said the U.S. document that was submitted for debate at the WTO Services Council.

Son of Hamas Founder Shakes Up UN Human Rights Council: ‘If Israel Did Not Exist, You Would Have No-One To Blame’
The U.N. Human Rights Council’s perennial debate focusing on condemning Israel witnessed an unusual intervention Monday – a strong-worded statement in Arabic-accented English slamming not Israel but the Palestinian Authority.

Prof sounds alarm over same-sex ‘studies’ on children
Twenty years after politicians and researchers howled in protest at research suggesting there was no lasting harm to minors who engage in same-sex sexual relationships with much older adults, similar research now is being met with the silence of the scientific community and may be used to challenge age of consent laws.

WATCH – Donald Trump Releases Epic Video to Warn America
…with extremist groups like ISIS on the decline — we can see that jihadists are still committed to the destruction of the Western world. While the Islamic State (ISIS) is all but defeated in Iraq, Lebanon, and Syria, they are adopting a new tactic: infiltrating Western nations whose immigration policies are lax enough to allow entry to those who would carry out violent attacks.

Hubble images mysterious object hurtling through the solar system
The Hubble space telescope has unravelled the mystery of a strange asteroid which had also been classified as a comet – and which had puzzled astronomers. Hubble was used to image the asteroid, designated 2006 VW139, in September 2016 – and the image revealed that it’s not one, but two asteroids. The two rocks are orbiting each other at a distance of 60 miles – and behave very weirdly, the researchers say.

SODOM AND GEMORRAH: UK Introduces Gender Neutral, Tranny-Sensitive School Uniforms
In response to pressures from “diversity” campaigners in the United Kingdom, dozens of schools have introduced “gender neutral” uniform codes in order to be more sensitive to children who “identify” as the opposite sex. The ultra-progressive policies would allow, and some say encourage, boys as young as five years old to “come out” as transgender and wear skirts to class. silent?

25 Sep 2017

Turnout high as Iraqi Kurds defy threats to hold independence vote
The vote organized by Kurdish authorities is expected to deliver a comfortable “yes” for independence, but is not binding. A teenager in one SUV waved an Israeli flag, which has become common in the Kurdish region at rallies, as Israel is the only country to openly support Kurdish independence aspirations. Many shops were closed on the morning of the referendum for what was a day off in the region.

Buddhist Monk says all races and religions could live together if it weren’t for Muslims
Buddhist Monk: All religions could Coexist…But Muslims Don’t Want To. (Video)

“Forget Germany, Spain Is The Real Problem”
Division wihin Europe are mounting again. Any success by Catalonia sets a dangerous precedent for other want-away regions, not just in Spain. It emphasizes that many of the structural imbalances in the euro zone haven’t been fixed. Inequality is still growing.

150 Years Since Mark Twain’s Prophetic Israel Revelation in ‘Innocents Abroad’ When Twain visited, the Old City was a “backwater town for the Ottomans, not a glorious city like it is today.” But now, he told Breaking Israel News, “We are living in the realization of the prophecies that Twain witnessed. Only when the Jewish people returned to the land was it built up. Am Yisrael (the Jewish people) returned and finally we see the true unfolding of the redemption process.”

European Union to boycott Israeli state ceremony
On Monday, however, Arutz Sheva was informed that the European Union’s Ambassador to Israel, Emanuele Giaufret, will not be attending the event, despite having received a formal invitation. Staff at Giaufret’s office confirmed that the ambassador had indeed been invited to the ceremony, adding that his decision to snub the event was consistent with the views espoused by the EU’s member states.

Iran displays S-300 defense system
Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guard on Sunday displayed the country’s sophisticated Russian-made S-300 air defense system in central Tehran, … This is the first time that the S-300 air defense system has been displayed in public.

The rise of Germany’s far-right: AfD leader talks to the ‘Post’
Much of the attention throughout the German campaign centered on the rise of the far-right party Alternative for Deutschland (AfD). Established just five years ago as a Euroskeptic party, it has since evolved to garner messages that are similar to other European far-right parties: anti-immigration, anti-Islam, anti-EU and German nationalism.

Greenblatt to Israel ‘to continue peace track’
Special representative Jason Greenblatt will return to Israel in early October. “While President Trump had productive meetings with Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Abbas at the United Nations, we always said that the UN would not focus on peace conversations and that those conversations would be happening on a separate track,” the official said. “The meetings are part of the Administration’s quiet, steady discussions towards peace.”

For first time in over two years, PA to hold cabinet meeting in Gaza
For the first time in more than two years, the Palestinian Authority government will hold a cabinet meeting in the Gaza Strip next Tuesday, official PA media reported Monday morning. “[PA] Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah, in consultation with President Mahmoud Abbas, issued a decision to hold the government’s weekly cabinet meeting in the Gaza Strip,” PA government spokesman Yousif Mahmoud said.

Bali volcano: ‘Thousands evacuated’ from Mount Agung area
The Red Cross says more than 42,000 people have been evacuated from their homes near an active volcano in Bali, as authorities warn it could erupt. The area around Mount Agung has seen hundreds of tremors and signs of magma rising to the surface in recent days. Authorities have imposed a 12km (7.5-mile) exclusion zone around the mountain and issued their highest level alert on Friday.

Iraqi Kurdistan in historic independence vote
People are voting in a landmark referendum on independence for the Kurdistan Region of Iraq – a move which has been criticised by foreign powers. Polls are open in the three northern provinces that make up the region, as well as disputed areas claimed by the Kurds and the government in Baghdad. Iraq’s prime minister has denounced the referendum as “unconstitutional”.

Auditor claims Vatican axed him for probing illegal activity
The Vatican’s former auditor general, who resigned without explanation in June, said Sunday he was forced out after his investigations into possible illegal activity hit too close to home. “Let me be clear: I did not voluntarily resign. I was threatened with arrest,” Libero Milone said in an interview conducted with four media outlets including Italy’s Corriere della Sera daily.

Conditions growing dire in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico
Living conditions in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico are growing worse by the day, with tired, bewildered people lining up to buy scarce fuel and food Sunday amid a blackout and little to no telephone service. Puerto Ricans are spending hours waiting in line to buy whatever they can, but often go home empty-handed if they do not manage a purchase before a dusk to dawn curfew takes effect.

Violent Crime in U.S. Rises for Second Consecutive Year
Violent crime, including homicides, rose for the second consecutive year in 2016, driven by increases in a few urban centers including Baltimore, Chicago and Las Vegas, according to F.B.I. data… Violent crimes increased nationally last year by 4.1 percent and homicides rose by 8.6 percent, one year after violence increased by 3.9 percent and homicides jumped by 10.8 percent. A total of 17,250 people were murdered in 2016…

Tennessee Church Shooting Suspect Is A Sudanese Bodybuilder

Nashville Police have identified the suspect of a mass shooting at a church Sunday morning as 25-year-old Emanuel Kidega Samson. Samson is being charged with murder and multiple counts of attempted murder in the attack that killed one and left at least seven other people injured at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, a town just south of Nashville, Tenn.

Debate swirls as power of US tech giants grows
With a handful of US technology giants growing more powerful and dominant, debate is intensifying on whether big tech’s growth is healthy or not. Over the past few years, Apple, Google parent Alphabet, Facebook and Amazon have become among the world’s most valuable companies. Along with stalwarts like Microsoft and rising stars like Netflix, the tech firms exercise enormous control over what people see and how they live.

Netanyahu acquiesces to Trump request to delay settlement talks
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu informed ministers of the Security Cabinet…of his decision to postpone a meeting scheduled for this week of the West Bank Civil Administration’s planning committee following a request by US President Donald Trump. Justifying his decision to hold off on the meeting by a week or two…the prime minister told the ministers present he had no intention of humiliating the pro-Israel Trump administration…

US, Israel pressuring Interpol to reject Palestinian request to join
Israel and the United States are pressuring international policing organization Interpol to not allow the Palestinian Authority to accede to the organization as a member state. Interpol’s General Assembly has convened in China to discuss whether to postpone opening membership to the organization or hold a vote later this week on accepting any new states.

Former Congressman Warns That Foreign Countries Could Bribe The Feds To “Regulate Drudge”
A former Republican Congressman from Colorado has warned that a foreign country could bribe or “incentivize” the FCC to regulate and “rein in” popular conservative news outlets, including The Drudge Report.

Russia’s Secret Agent Man Hiding in Plain Sight
Russia Secret Agent Man’ Barack Hussein Obama is hiding in plain sight. In fact he hid in plain sight right in the Oval Office for eight, long uninterrupted years.

CHRISTIANS OUTRAGED: Ontario Passes Law Allowing Gov’t to Seize Children From Parents Who Oppose Gender Transition
Canada’s Ontario province has passed legislation that allows the government to seize children from families that refuse to accept their child’s chosen “gender identity” or “gender expression.”

Looking Skywards, Buzzards Closing in on the White House
When the globalist/progressive/left created Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton, assigning them the task to finish off what is left of the West, they crafted them as wind-up dolls that would keep on going even after leaving public office.

More quakes shake ‘ring of fire’
Two more earthquakes shook southern Mexico Saturday, further rattling a country still coming to grips with the devastation from stronger temblors earlier this month. Meanwhile, Californians are anxious about a possible Big One, because of the recent major quakes – all seemingly hitting in the “ring of fire,” where about 90 percent of seismic activity occurs.

Girls as Young as Four ‘Forced’ to Wear Hijab in British State Funded Schools
Islamic schools including those funded by the British government and private institutions are forcing children — some of whom are very young — to wear the Islamic Hijab as part of their uniform code.

How Obama’s betrayal during the 2014 Gaza War made it possible.

THANKS SHMUCK: In violation of Obama’s horrendous nuclear deal, Iran tests balistic
Iran says it has successfully tested a new ballistic missile that can carry multiple warheads and travel up to 2000 kilometres. Over and over again, Iran threatens to destroy Israel – why is the world silent?