6 Sep 2018

Poll: 89% of Israeli Jews don’t see peace in 5779
According to the monthly Peace Index poll of the Israel Democracy Institute and Tel Aviv University, 89% of Israeli Jews see “the chances that in the year soon to begin there will be a positive breakthrough in Israel’s relations with the Palestinians” as low. The Arab public, too, shares this pessimistic perception but less so, with 71% responding that the chances of such a breakthrough are slim.

Researchers ‘teleport’ a quantum gate
Yale University researchers have demonstrated one of the key steps in building the architecture for modular quantum computers: the “teleportation” of a quantum gate between two qubits, on demand.

One killed, 32 missing after quake paralyzes Japan’s Hokkaido island
At least one person was killed and 32 were missing, Japanese media reported, after a powerful earthquake paralyzed the northern island of Hokkaido on Thursday, triggering landslides and knocking out power to its 5.3 million residents.

Fast-growing Northern California wildfire forces evacuations
The latest fire spread to 2,000 acres (809 hectares) by Wednesday evening, forcing the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office to evacuate residents along a stretch of Interstate 5 north of the town of Lakehead to the Siskiyou County line, according to the government wildfire tracking website Inciweb.

Hurricane Florence upgraded to Category 4 storm as Gordon moves inland
Florence, the first major storm of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season, was upgraded to a Category 4 storm Wednesday as forecasters warned it could cause “life-threatening” surf and rip current conditions in Bermuda later this week. According to the National Hurricane Center, Florence’s maximum sustained winds are estimated to be 130 miles per hour.

Trump Demands NYT Give Up Anonymous Official For ‘National Security’ Reasons
Does the so-called “Senior Administration Official” really exist, or is it just the Failing New York Times with another phony source? If the GUTLESS anonymous person does indeed exist, the Times must, for National Security purposes, turn him/her over to government at once! “The individual behind this piece has chosen to deceive, rather than support, the duly elected President of the United States. He is not putting country first, but putting himself and his ego ahead of the will of the American people.

Sessions threatens antitrust against tech giants
Shortly after executives from Facebook and Twitter testified Wednesday before the Senate Intelligence Committee, the Justice Department announced a meeting with state attorneys general to discuss “growing concern” about censorship by social-media platforms, suggesting they are violating antitrust laws.

Haley: ‘Deal of the Century’ fate is in Abbas’s hands
The fate of the United State’s peace plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is in the hands of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, US Ambassador to the United Nations told reporters in New York. When quizzed by a reporter if the “deal of the century” was possible, Haley immediately responded: “Only if Abbas comes to the table.”

India court legalises gay sex in landmark ruling
In a historic decision, India’s Supreme Court has ruled that gay sex is no longer a criminal offence. The ruling overturns a 2013 judgement that upheld a colonial-era law, known as section 377, under which gay sex is categorised as an “unnatural offence”. The court has now ruled discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is a fundamental violation of rights.

Japan hit by deadly earthquake and mudslides
Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido has been hit by a powerful earthquake, triggering landslides that engulfed houses. At least eight people have been killed and about 40 are missing, say local media reports. The magnitude 6.7 quake cut power to around three million homes after a thermal power plant was damaged.

Paraguay and Israel in spat over Jerusalem embassy
Paraguay’s new government has announced that it will move its embassy in Israel back to Tel Aviv – just three months after shifting it to Jerusalem. President Mario Abdo Benítez, who was sworn in last month, said he wanted to help achieve “a just and durable peace” in the Middle East. In response, Israel said it would close the Israeli embassy in Paraguay.

Four UFOs are spotted flying over US president’s Scottish golf course
Four UFOs were spotted flying over US President Donald Trump’s golf course in Scotland. A golf fan shared a picture of the mysterious objects, seen in the sky above a Scottish flag at Trump’s Turnberry club in Ayshire. Alongside the snap on the UFO Stalker website, he revealed his niece had taken the picture from the balcony of the room at the luxury resort at around 8pm on August 16.

Fears rise, diapers vanish: Iran currency crash causes chaos
Iran’s rial fell to a record low on Wednesday as worried residents of Tehran lined up outside beleaguered moneychangers, part of a staggering 140-percent drop in the currency’s value since America pulled out of the nuclear deal only four months ago. Those who went to work at the start of the Iranian week on Saturday saw their money shed a quarter of its value by the time they left the office Wednesday.

Justice to convene meeting on whether social media companies are ‘intentionally stifling’ free speech
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has scheduled a meeting with state attorneys general in September to discuss a “growing concern” that tech companies may be “intentionally stifling” the free flow of ideas on their platforms. In a statement issued right after executives from Facebook and Twitter finished testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee, the Department of Justice (DOJ) also suggested that the platforms were running afoul of antitrust laws.

NAFTA talks make progress; U.S., Canadian officials to work into night
The United States and Canada have made progress in talks to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement, and officials from the two sides will work together into the night to flesh out areas for further discussion, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said…Freeland sounded upbeat as she emerged from a day of talks with top U.S. trade negotiator Robert Lighthizer…

Satellite images show damage at Syria site from raid attributed to Israel
Explosions destroy two large hangars and reveal tunnel entrances leading underground, says imaging service

FLASHBACK: The UK allows Muslim doctors and nurses to opt out of strict hygiene rules – putting their patients at major risk
Female staff who follow the Islamic faith will be allowed to cover their arms to preserve their modesty despite earlier guidance that all staff should be “bare below the elbow”.

The US tells Israel to please refrain from striking Iranian targets in Iraq, and leave it to the United States – will the Jewish State listen?
US officials have warned Israel not to strike Iraq after officials signaled that the IDF could target Iranian military positions in the country.

Czech government tells its citizens how to fight Islamic terrorists: Shoot them yourselves
A “SUPER holocaust” committed by Muslim terrorists is on its way and everyone should buy guns to defend themselves, the Czech Republic’s interior minister has controversially claimed as he tries to rush new gun laws through parliament.

Germany in shock as 10 year-old boy is raped by his fellow Muslim migrant classmates…Police REFUSE to press charges
The migrants had repeatedly threatened the boy with rape between classes at the Schloss Kröchlendorff school before finally committing the crime, according to the school’s representative.

SHAMEFUL: Starbucks kicks paying customers out of their shop for wearing shirts that they deemed offensive to Muslims 
A Starbucks in Houston ejected paying customers for wearing T-shirts stating “I’m an Ex-Muslim, Ask Me Why.”

Sinister ‘Momo’ Online Game Linked to Children’s Suicides in Colombia 
The sick ‘Momo’ challenge game that continues to sweep across South America, Asia, Mexico, France, Germany and the United States, has claimed the lives of two more children.

WALSH: The Left’s Demonic Obsession With Abortion
Brett Kavanaugh was grilled on his abortion views during his confirmation hearing today. Abortion enthusiast Dianne Feinstein tried desperately to corner Kavanaugh on the topic. At one point, in a fit of hysteria, a feverish Feinstein claimed that over a million women died from illegal abortions before Roe. That number is made up and ridiculous, and it also pales in comparison to the very real 60 million babies who have actually been killed by abortion after Roe. The abortion industry has slaughtered so many humans that its defenders have trouble inventing a body count to compete with it.

Shingles vaccine responsible for causing huge number of shingles cases, vaccine injuries
Zostavax, a popular shingles vaccine, is in hot water: The inoculation has been tied to numerous cases of vaccine injury, and even shingles itself. Merck, the company that makes Zostavax, is now facing multiple lawsuits from patients and families harmed by their product. At least 80 deaths tied to the Zostavax vaccine have been reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), along with over 100,000 reports of other adverse side effects.

New Jersey Lawmaker Calls for Sex Abuse Investigation into Catholic Church
Central American illegal immigrants are being horded into America by the hundreds of thousands. Their activities are being coordinated by the dark forces behind the CALEXIT movement, which seeks to exit the United States and this would perpetuate an economic collapse of the United States. China is a major platyer in this plot.

As It Is In S. Africa, So It Is In California
Central American illegal immigrants are being horded into America by the hundreds of thousands. Their activities are being coordinated by the dark forces behind the CALEXIT movement, which seeks to exit the United States and this would perpetuate an economic collapse of the United States. China is a major platyer in this plot.

Japan typhoon: Eleven dead and a million without power in devastation
Eleven people have been killed, a million are without power and thousands have been left stranded after a fierce typhoon lashed Japan. Hundreds more were injured when homes and infrastructure along the west coast were devastated by Typhoon Jebi – Japan’s most powerful storm in a quarter of a century.

Levi Strauss teams up with gun control group: ‘We simply cannot stand by silently’
American denim giant Levi Strauss & Co. announced Tuesday that it is launching a series of new initiatives to benefit groups working to prevent gun violence.

Tommy Hilfiger embeds smart chips in new fashion line
Fashion label Tommy Hilfiger will be releasing a smart-chip technology clothing line that offers consumers merchandise points and rewards.

US group CAIR named terrorist organization by United Arab Emirates
A U.S.-based pro-Muslim group that enjoys close ties with the Obama administration has landed on one Arab nation’s list of terrorist organizations.