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07 Jul 15

Air strikes kill nearly 100 in Yemen, cast shadow on truce talks
Nearly 100 people were killed on Monday in air strikes across Yemen, the Houthi-run state news agency reported, as a Saudi-led coalition stepped up attacks that are likely to weigh on efforts to broker a humanitarian truce.  

Obama: U.S. to increase support for Syria opposition
President Barack Obama on Monday pledged to increase U.S. support for the moderate opposition in Syria's civil war and said the United States needed to do more at home to prevent attacks and combat Islamic State efforts to recruit followers.  

Germany, France press Greece to make fast, credible proposals
France and Germany told Greece on Monday to come up with serious proposals in order to restart financial aid talks, a day after Greeks voted overwhelmingly to reject more austerity.  

Israel and Egypt: The next ISIS conquests?
Israel and Egypt, which share the Sinai border and cooperate on security and intelligence matters, were both caught off guard. The troops of Egyptian President Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi launched a bloody and successful counterattack, but that engagement was just the beginning of what appears to be a new theater of Caliphate conquest.  

The US's response to Iran's cheating is a very bad omen
If it is reached in the coming days, a nuclear deal with Iran will be, at best, an unsatisfying and risky compromise. Iran's emergence as a threshold nuclear power, with the ability to produce a weapon quickly, will not be prevented; it will be postponed, by 10 to 15 years.  

6.2 Magnitude Earthquake Hit Tonga
A powerful earthquake of magnitude 6.2 struck today Tonga, in the Pacific Ocean. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, no injuries or damage were reported. The source also said, that the epicenter was located at a depth of 10 meters, and 84 kilometers east-northeast of Nuku'alofa, capital of Tonga.  

06 Jul 15

Strange Animal Behavior Around the World Reminiscent of the Ten Plagues
All over the world, and especially in the US, unusual animal behaviors are causing some to ponder whether the world is witnessing a reprise of the Biblical Ten Plagues.  

Three Systems Over the Western Pacific
As of Monday morning, EDT, Tropical Storm Chan-hom is located approximately 1,170 miles southeast of Kadena Air Base. Chan-hom is moving to the northwest at 9 mph. Maximum sustained winds are 65 mph with gusts to 80 mph.  

Turkey 'planning to invade Syria'
Turkey has sent shock waves through the Middle East by preparing plans to send troops into Syria for the first time, turning the civil war into an international conflict on Europe’s borders.  

Israel losing Democrats, ‘can’t claim bipartisan US support,’ top pollster warns
New survey by Frank Luntz shows almost half of Democratic ‘opinion elites’ think Israel is racist, barely half believe it wants peace, and three quarters feel it has too much influence on US policy.  

Obama Trying to Make US Leftist Jews “Mainstream’
A recent meeting between National Security Council officials and the left-wing Breaking the Silence group barely made headlines but was a significant move in President Barack Obama’s agenda to justify his view that Israel is an “occupier.”  

Hackers hacked: Malware firm's data leaked, ties with regimes exposed
.An Italian company that sells hacking tools to various governments was apparently itself the target of a hacker attack, resulting in its internal documents being leaked online and its deals with countries such as Sudan and Saudi Arabia exposed  

Pope comes 'home' to South America to defend planet and the poor
Pope Francis flew into Ecuador on Sunday to start a "homecoming" tour of South America, where he will champion the rights of the poor and the planet. His visit to Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay - three of the region's poorest and smallest countries - is Francis' first abroad since his landmark encyclical urging an end to man's degradation of the global environment.  

Does CNN Think the Messiah is Coming?
For some strange reason, the network appears to think Muslim structures on Temple Mount may soon be gone. A slideshow on CNN's website depicts 25 buildings that are “on the verge of extinction” and beckons to readers: “Go see them now, before it’s too late: threatened by neglect, the elements, changing architectural trends or ruthless developers, these outstanding buildings are all fighting a hard battle for survival.” The first in the series of photos of doomed structures is none other than that of the Dome of the Rock.  

Netanyahu Says Nuke Deal getting Worse by the Day
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met on Monday with Greek Foreign Minister Nikolaos Kotzias, and promised to support the flailing state of Greece as it deals with bankruptcy. "You are arriving here at a critical time for Greece and I appreciate your visit," Netanyahu said at the start of the meeting. "It expresses the true obligation between us."  

UNESCO settles Jesus baptism site controversy, says Jordan
The announcement of the Al Maghtas site in Jordan – believed by many Christians to be where Jesus was baptized – as a UNESCO World Heritage Site was greeted enthusiastically in that country on Sunday, with Jordanian newspaper Al Rai declaring that the move "put an end to the Israeli claims" that the authentic location is beyond the Jordan River in Israeli territory.  

Horrific moment ISIS child executioners brutally shoot dead 25 Syrian regime soldiers...
ISIS has released a significant new execution video from the historic city of Palmyra, in the Syrian desert. Child executioners are shown in the video being forced to brutally slaughter a group of more than 25 regime soldiers. The video shows the soldiers lined up on their knees on the stage of the Roman amphitheatre, which had formerly been used for an annual festival in the city.  

Asia shares slide on Greek 'no' vote
Asian stock markets headed lower after Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected austerity demands from creditors in Sunday's referendum. The euro fell across the board after Greece rejected the conditions of a bailout package, increasing the odds of the country's exit from the eurozone.  

Nigeria's Boko Haram crisis: Jos blasts kill scores
Two bomb attacks on the central Nigerian city of Jos have left at least 44 people dead, the authorities say. A restaurant and a mosque were targeted on Sunday night. No-one has claimed responsibility but militant group Boko Haram has attacked Jos before...  

Report: Jordan arrests Iranian backed terrorist who was planning attack
Jordanian security forces recently foiled a terror plot in the Kingdom and arrested a suspected terrorist from the Iranian supported Bayt al-Makdis group, Jordanian newspaper Al-Rai reported on Monday. The suspect intended to carry out a terrorist attack in Jordan and a large amount of explosives were uncovered following his arrest in northern Jordan, a source told Al-Rai.  

US-led coalition unleashes wave of airstrikes on Raqqa
U.S.-led coalition aircraft unleashed a wave of airstrikes targeting the Islamic State group's stronghold of Raqqa in eastern Syria in what the coalition said Sunday was one of its most sustained aerial operations carried out in Syria to date.  

Wildfires break out in Spain, Portugal; 1,350 evacuated
More than 1,350 residents were evacuated in Spain's northeastern region of Aragon as a wildfire spread through a pine forest amid a lingering heat wave, a local official said Sunday. Five villages were evacuated as flames devoured hills that are 375 kilometers (230 miles) northeast of Madrid, said Javier Lamban, the president of Aragon. The evacuees, who included residents of a retirement home, were transferred to nearby towns.  

Greek crisis: ‘No’ vote set for victory as bailout offer rejected
Greek voters have overwhelmingly rejected international creditors’ tough bailout terms in a historic referendum, reigniting fears of a “Grexit” from the eurozone.  

Suicide bomber kills five in Nigeria church: police, witness
A suicide bomber blew himself up inside a church in the restive northeastern Nigerian city of Potiskum, killing five worshippers in the latest in a new series of attacks blamed on Boko Haram, a police officer and witness told AFP.  

Powers warn Iran 'now is the time' for nuclear deal
Global powers upped the pressure on Iran late Sunday warning now was "the time" to strike an elusive deal curbing its nuclear ambitions, as the US said the fate of the talks hung in the balance.  

Bible Codes Film Sheds Light on Current World Darkness
It is, however, worth noting that traditional Judaism has always known that God encrypted the Bible with everything that was, is and will be.  

05 Jul 15

During the late hours of July 4th, a solar wind stream hit Earth's magnetic field, sparking a moderately-strong (G2-class) geomagnetic storm. Fireworks were exploding across much of North America when the storm reach its peak. In Cape Cod, Massachusetts, auroras appeared alongside the pyrotechnics:  

Tom DeLay: Justice Dept. Wants to Legalize 12 'Perversions'
Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay claims the Justice Department has drafted a memo that spells out a dozen "perversions," including bestiality and pedophilia, that it wants legalized.  

IDF Appoints Special Team to Plan Iran Strike
A self-imposed deadline has come and gone without a nuclear deal, but Israel is not waiting around to see how the US and five other countries secure the world from the threat of Iran. Instead, Walla! reported, the Israel Defense Force has appointed a special team to plan for a potential strike at the Islamic Republic’s nuclear targets if needed.  

Earthquake recorded in Oman as officials confirm tremor
An earthquake measuring 5.4 on Richter scale was recorded at the Sultan Qaboos University’s earthquake monitoring centre at around 4:45am. “Our centre recorded the earthquake. So far we have not received any report of damage due to the earthquake,” an official from the centre said.  

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