15 Jul 2018

IDF strikes Gaza terror cell after incendiary balloons launched at Israel
The Israeli Air Force struck a cell of Palestinians who launched incendiary balloons towards Israel from the northern Gaza Strip on Sunday. According to a statement released by the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit the strike was carried out by an “Israeli Air Force vehicle against a Hamas terrorist squad.” Local Palestinian media at least one Palestinian was killed in the strike.

German intel report: Iran seeks to shatter states’ stability with WMD
The German intelligence agency of the state of Hesse published a new document on countering the spread of weapons of mass destruction, singling out the Islamic Republic of Iran as one of two states seeking to obtain the ultimate form of powerful weapons…The report said that the goal…of Iran and North Korea is “to circumvent control mechanisms in countries that are not especially subject to embargo restrictions.”

IDF strikes wide range of terrorist targets in Gaza as tensions intensify
Throughout…Saturday and the early morning hours of Sunday, Israel struck…terrorist targets in the Gaza strip responding to…rocket and mortar fire emanating from the coastal enclave…Among the targets…were the headquarters of Hamas’s Beit Lahiya Battalion…urban warfare training facilities, weapon storage warehouses, training compounds, command centers and offices as well as a high-rise building in the Shati refugee camp in Gaza city.

Nicaragua crisis: One student killed as bloody church siege ends
At least one student has died during an attack on a church where dozens of protesters had sought shelter after more violence erupted in Nicaragua. The students, who had been taking part in protests on a day of a national strike, came under attack from paramilitaries and became trapped in the church on Friday evening. Protesters have been demanding the resignation of President Daniel Ortega.

Widespread unrest erupts in southern Iraq amid acute shortages of water, electricity
Widespread unrest is engulfing southern Iraq as Iraqis frustrated by shortages of electricity, water and jobs vent their anger, setting fire to political offices, attacking government infrastructure and deepening uncertainty about the country’s shaky political future. The government on Saturday cut off Internet access across much of Iraq and ordered security forces on high alert…

Turkey issues presidential decrees reshaping institutions
Turkey issued presidential decrees on Sunday reshaping key political, military and bureaucratic institutions as part of the transformation to a powerful executive presidency triggered by last month’s election. President Tayyip Erdogan was sworn in on Monday under the new system and now holds sweeping powers, allowing him to issue decrees on executive matters and appoint and remove senior civil servants.

Palestinians fire 17 rockets into Israel as IDF bombs tunnel, Hamas base in Gaza
Iron Dome intercepts 5 projectiles, one rocket falls in a kibbutz; no injuries reported in Israel or in Gaza; flare up comes after IDF officer wounded by grenade in border riot

2nd Planet Fitness accused of letting men into female locker
A second Planet Fitness health club has been accused of giving a man unrestricted access to the women’s locker room, where he allegedly harassed women.

Christians Perplexed as European Catholic Bishops Meet to Plan Pro-Muslim Migrant Media Offensive
These men of the cloth are supposed to be defenders of the flock not destroyers ofthe faithful.

FED UP: Swedish party wants to deport at least 500,000 Muslim migrants as integration completely fails
The Alternative for Sweden (AfS) party wants to return at least half a million migrants, its party leader, Gustav Kasselstrand, told SVT news.

Israel, US to negotiate with Russia to clear Syria of Iranian forces
A senior US lawmaker warned that Iranian forces and Hezbollah may be inextricably linked to the Assad regime Israel’s campaign to remove Iranian forces from Syria entirely,

Hungary proudly takes in white South African farmers, as they flee the country due to black violence against them
An Afrikaner farmer delegation from South Africa has officially marked its first visit to the town of Ásotthalom in Hungary for the purposes of discussing political and economic cooperation.

As dozens of rockets hit Israel, IDF pounds Gaza in heaviest strikes since 2014
Palestinians fire over 100 projectiles at Israel; In Sderot, 3 Israelis wounded, empty synagogue damaged by rocket; 2 Palestinians said killed as IAF hits Hamas complex

Americans Can No Longer Leave Their Country Without Permission From IRS
he US government is now cracking down on American who are having trouble paying their tax bill by refusing them permission to leave the country by holding their passport hostage.

Tetanus vaccines found spiked with sterilization chemical to carry out race-based genocide against Africans
Tetanus vaccines given to millions of young women in Kenya have been confirmed by laboratories to contain a sterilization chemical that causes miscarriages, reports the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, a pro-vaccine organization.

Liberal Meltdown: Furious Libs Outraged After Elon Musk Revealed As One Of Top Republican PAC Donors
Elon Musk’s latest scandal may just prove to be the one that finally crushes Tesla.

The Bible remains a ‘powerful, transformative tool’ in American culture: Poll
The Bible remains a fixture in American culture and lifestyle according to the “State of the Bible” report, an annual poll conducted by the Barna Group, a California-based research organization, and the American Bible Society.

Majority Of Clinton Emails Funneled To “Foreign Entity”; When IG Told Strzok – He Completely Ignored
Then there was that other whistleblower…

Rosenstein not smiling anymore after House Republican’s spotted with his impeachment docs
Two House Republicans are seeking to file impeachment documents against Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as early as Monday, according to Capitol Hill sources who spoke with Politico. Reps. Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows, both members of the House Freedom Caucus, take issue with both the deputy attorney general’s poor handling of the Russia investigation and his lack of transparency.

Trump heads to Putin summit with no clear goal — and worries that he’ll make concessions
When President Donald Trump flew to Singapore last month to meet with Kim Jong Un, he had a clear agenda: to try personal diplomacy, rather than insults and threats, in a still-unsuccessful effort to convince North Korea to give up its arsenal of nuclear weapons.

Cybersecurity Guru: Dems Rejected Most Basic Protections In 2016
Democratic politicians sought help with cybersecurity during the 2016 presidential election only to turn down basic protocols like two-factor authentication, a well-known cybersecurity expert said late Friday.

Communist-run Cuba to recognize private property in new constitution
Communist-run Cuba will officially recognize private property, something it has long rejected as a vestige of capitalism, under a new constitution that also creates the position of prime minister alongside the president, state media reported on Saturday.

FDA OKs 1st drug to treat smallpox, in case of terror attack
U.S. regulators Friday approved the first treatment for smallpox — a deadly disease that was wiped out four decades ago — in case the virus is used in a terror attack. Smallpox, which is highly contagious, was eradicated worldwide by 1980 after a huge vaccination campaign.