23 May 16
You’ll Never Guess How Signs of Messianic Days are Manifesting in Modern Technology
Upon watching this technology in action, it’s natural that the curse of the Tower of Babel would occur to the Bible-minded.
ISIS Calls for “Month of Conquest and Jihad” Against Europe, America
The Islamic State (ISIS) is apparently looking for followers to mark the upcoming month of Ramadan with increased attacks against Western targets, reports Breitbart. A thus far unauthenticated recording appeared on Twitter Saturday, calling on ISIS hopefuls to use their positions to further the Islamic cause in Europe and America. “Ramadan, the month of conquest and jihad. Get prepared, be ready …
Quake shakes southern Mexico
Mexico's Seismological Institute reported the quake with a magnitude of 5.7, while the US Geological Survey put it at 5.2 and at a depth of 120.5 km.
'Son of Hamas' tells Jerusalem Post conference: Islam is the problem
“We cannot fool ourselves,” he continued, but “there is an Islamic problem,” going on to mention various radical Islamic terrorist groups such as Hamas, Hezbollah, Boko Haram and Islamic State.
Yehudah Glick Visits Temple Mount for Last Time Prior to Becoming Knesset Member
Glick, an American-born rabbi with a distinctive red beard, is an outspoken advocate for Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount. Currently, parts of the site are open to visits by small groups of Jews, but only Muslims may pray or perform any acts of worship, per a “status quo” agreement set up by Prime Minister Netanyahu with the Islamic Waqf and the Kingdom of Jordan, due to fear of Islamic violence.
Target stock continues to plunge amid boycott
Target Corporation stock is continuing to sink in value as it faces the boycott of over one million Americans. The American Family Association (AFA) launched the boycott after the retail giant announced its new policy allowing men to access women’s restrooms and changing rooms.
Netanyahu rejects Paris peace bid, but offers to meet Abbas
Benjamin Netanyahu rejected Monday the French initiative for an multinational conference to relaunch Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts, telling French Prime Minister Manuel Valls that direct negotiations were the only path forward toward a lasting agreement.
Royce concerned Obama will support French peace initiative
House Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Ed Royce expressed concern on Sunday that the Obama administration is preparing to support an initiative at the United Nations on the Middle East peace process.
5.3-magnitude earthquakes hit Tibet, no casualties reported
Two 5.3-magnitude earthquakes hit the southern part of Tibet in southwest China on Sunday morning, with no casualties reported to local authorities so far.
Judicial Watch President: State Dept. Official’s Deposition Was ‘Embarrassing’ For Hillary
information that a former State Department official provided about Hillary Clinton and her private email system in a lawsuit deposition conducted on Wednesday will be embarrassing for the former secretary of state.
Tight U.S. labor market may put pressure on inflation
A relatively tight labor market in the United States may put upward pressure on inflation, raising the case for higher interest rates, St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard said on Monday.
The comments come as financial markets have increased expectations for a U.S. interest rate hike in June or July and a range of policymakers are now stating that a rise is firmly on the table for the next policy meeting in June.
The FBI’s secret biometrics database they don’t want you to see
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) wants to prevent information about its...biometric database, which contains fingerprint, face, iris, and voice scans of millions of Americans, from getting out to the public.
The Department of Justice has come up with a proposal to exempt the biometric database from public disclosure. It states...(NGI) should not be subject to the Privacy Act...
Threat from Russian and Chinese warplanes mounts
Chinese and Russian warplanes have been increasingly aggressive intercepting U.S. military aircraft and patrolling near America’s West Coast, prompting the Air Force’s top combat officer to label their provocations one of his top worries.
Air Force Gen. Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle, who leads Air Combat Command, said... that meeting the challenge...to flights in international airspace is essential but dangerous.
Islamic State group leader urges attacks in Europe and US
An Islamic State group spokesman has urged sympathizers in Europe and the U.S. to launch attacks on civilians there if they are unable to travel to the group's self-declared caliphate in Syria and Iraq.
...Abu Mohammed al-Adnani told his followers that, "the tiniest action you do in the heart of their land is dearer to us than the biggest action by us ... there are no innocents in the heart of the lands of the Crusaders."
Yemen conflict: IS suicide bomber kills army recruits in Aden
At least 40 army recruits have been killed in a suicide bomb attack claimed by so-called Islamic State (IS) in the Yemeni city of Aden, officials say.
The bomber targeted young men queuing to enlist, at the home of a senior army commander in the Khormaksar district.
Shortly afterwards there was a second blast at a nearby army base.
Falluja assault: Iraq PM announces start of operation against IS
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has announced the start of a military operation to retake Falluja from so-called Islamic State (IS).
"Zero hour for the liberation of Falluja has arrived. The moment of great victory has drawn near," he said, adding IS had "no choice but to flee."
Iraq's military has already warned civilians to leave the town.
Syria conflict: Deadly blasts rock Assad strongholds
At least 78 people have been killed in a series of bomb attacks in two government strongholds on Syria's Mediterranean coast, state media say.
A suicide bomber and a car bomb blew up within minutes of each other at a bus station in the port city of Tartous.
A bus station and a hospital were also among the targets of four bombings in Jableh, a town to the north.
London airport mulls plans to adopt Israeli 'ring of steel' security regime
Amid warnings of a fresh campaign of ISIS terror attacks, Heathrow Airport in London is reportedly considering the implementation of a new security mechanism that is employed at Israel's Ben-Gurion Airport.
According to a British Times report Sunday, the initiative - dubbed "ring of steel" - would see the deployment of plainclothes security personnel throughout one of Europe's busiest travel hubs.
U.S. Ends Decades-Long Arms Embargo On Vietnam
The U.S. is ending a decades long arms embargo on Vietnam, President Obama announced Monday in Hanoi.
At a press conference alongside Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang, the president said lifting the embargo, which has been in place since 1975, will further normalize relations between the two countries.
Suspect in Massachusetts police officer's death killed in shootout
An 18-hour manhunt for the person who killed a police officer ended with an exchange of gunfire Sunday afternoon that left the suspect dead and a state trooper wounded, Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. said.
Iranian commander: We can destroy Israel ‘in under 8 minutes’
A senior Iranian military commander boasted that the Islamic Republic could “raze the Zionist regime in less than eight minutes.”
Iraq announces start of operation to retake Fallujah
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Monday announced the start of a military operation to retake the city of Fallujah from the Islamic State group.
The fight to recapture the jihadist bastion, which has been out of government control for nearly two and a half years, will be one of the toughest in Iraq's war against IS.
The Hit on the Taliban Leader Sent a Signal to Pakistan
The death of Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mansour in an American drone strike is a significant but not fatal blow to both the Taliban and their Pakistani Army patrons.
The critical question Afghans and Pakistanis are asking is whether this is a one-off or the beginning of a more aggressive American approach to fighting the war in Afghanistan.
China Has Quietly Bailed Out Over $220 Billion In Bad Debt In The Past 2 Months
Two months ago we were amazed to read that according to the latest "deus ex machina" proposed by the PBOC, China would "sweep away" trillions in bad loans by equitizing them in the form of debt-for-equity exchanges. This is how we tried to explain this unprecedented move on March 10 when Reuters first hinted it was coming:
22 May 16
Magnitude 6.1 quake hits central Australia
The magnitude 6.1 quake hit at 3.44am (6.14amNZT) today about 125km west of Uluru and 450km southwest of Alice Springs, according to Geoscience Australia. "Australia in recorded history hasn't had that many earthquakes of magnitude-6 and above," Geoscience Australia senior seismologist Jonathan Bathgate told AAP.
Scientists Creating Human-Animal Embryos Raises Ethical Concerns
Such embryos are called "chimeras," named after creatures from Greek mythology and which are created artificially by combining genetic material from different species into a single embryo. The adult animals that develop as a result have different populations of cells that reflect different contributions from the species from which they were produced.
Isil carrying out chemical experiments on its prisoners as it moves labs into residential neighbourhoods
Islamic State has moved its chemical weapons operation to densely populated residential areas and is testing homemade chlorine and mustard gas on its prisoners, residents of the Iraqi city of Mosul have claimed.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) is reported to have set up laboratories in built-up neighbourhoods in the heart of its so-called caliphate to avoid being targeted by coalition air strikes.
Ex-Witch Reveals How the Occult Is Affecting Your Life Every Day
In a recent video blog, ex-witch Beth gave a rundown of some of these items, including horoscopes, fortune telling, contacting the dead, speaking to the dead, Ouija boards, chakras, channeling energy, yoga and incantations, among others.
"When each time they do witchcraft they are inviting in demon spirits. Each spirit brings something in with it to connect them within your person...
Cyclone Roanu: Half a million flee in Bangladesh
Cyclone Roanu has pounded coastal areas of Bangladesh, forcing half a million people to flee their homes and leaving at least 24 dead.
It made landfall at noon local time (06:00 GMT) on Saturday, causing floods, landslides and submerging homes.
The storm system has since weakened but heavy rainfall is continuing.
'F**k Israel, long live the Intifada' angry mob screams at Jewish UC student
An angry anti-Israel mob at the University of California...chased a Jewish student into a building while chanting anti-Semitic epithets...
...Eliana Kopley was attempting to enter the showing of the Israeli documentary "Beneath the Helmet" about the IDF...
The angry mob proceeded to pound intimidatingly on the windows and doors while shouting "Long live the Intifada!" and "F**k Israel!"