Did Scientists Just Confirm Biblical Account of Sodom and Gomorrah?
The scientific explanation clearly reflects the Biblical description of the destruction of the twin cities of evil located in the same area.
Fake News and the End-of-Days
The mainstream media was quick to jump on news predicting the pre-Messiah battle of Gog and Magog, with many outlets misstating facts and misrepresenting the important theological concepts. But Rabbi Pinchas Winston, the victim of this “fake news,” saw the hand of God, using their errors to spread a true message.
Prominent Syrian media activist Raed Fares assassinated
Well known for documenting peaceful protests against the Assad regime, activists, friends and allies mourned his loss on social media. His killing has sent shockwaves through the local community and followers online, particularly among journalists and activists who follow Syrian and the Syrian conflict. It is the latest high profile attack on a journalist in the region since the killing of Saudi Arabian journalist and former insider Jamal Khashoggi in October.
‘It’s time for a preemptive strike on Hezbollah’
Former Interior Minister Gidon Sa’ar reiterated that Israel should carry out a pre-emptive strike against Hezbollah in order to prevent the terror militia from growing stronger. Hezbollah currently possesses over 150,000 thousand missiles, more than most NATO countries. Senior defense officials have said repeatedly that Hezbollah is now Israel’s major threat and predict that hundreds of Israelis will die in the next war between the two sides.
German MPs slam FM Maas for abandoning Israel at U.N.
German politicians took their country’s foreign minister, Heiko Maas, to task on Wednesday in the Bundestag for supporting eight anti-Israel resolutions during a UN General Assembly vote dealing with the Israel-Arab conflict. “I can’t understand why Germany on an international stage abandoned Israel,”said Bijan Djir-Sarai, the foreign policy spokesman and a MP for the Free Democratic Party (FDP) faction in the Bundestag.
Double terror attacks in Pakistan kill at least 27 people
Two separate terror attacks took place in Pakistan on Friday morning, killing at least 27 people, and wounding over 20 people. The first terror attack was a suicide bombers attack on the Chinese consulate in Karachi. At least two Pakistani policemen were killed and a security guard was wounded during the attack. The Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA), which also describes itself as the Baloch Liberation Army, claimed responsibility for the attack.
Karachi attack: China consulate attack leaves four dead
Gunmen have killed at least four people in an attack on the Chinese consulate in the Pakistani port city of Karachi. Gunshots were heard at about 09:30 local time (04:30 GMT) outside the consulate in the upmarket Clifton area. Police shot dead three attackers. Separatist militants who oppose Chinese investment projects in western Pakistan say they carried out the attack.
Brexit: May looks beyond Parliament for support for deal
Theresa May is to appeal to the public to back the UK’s proposed Brexit deal as Spain demands last-minute changes on future decisions over Gibraltar. The PM will take to the airwaves to make the case for the agreement, which is opposed by Labour and many Tory MPs. The terms of withdrawal and declaration on future relations are expected to be signed off by member states on Sunday.
Trump renews threat to close Mexico border over migrants
Donald Trump has threatened to close the whole US-Mexico border, including halting trade with Mexico, if the arrival of migrants from central America there leads to disorder. He also said he had given troops at the border the go-ahead to use lethal force if needed. On Monday the US briefly closed a busy crossing to install new barriers.
Inside the terrifying Honduran gangs feared to be infiltrating migrant caravans as their bloody violence drives thousands into America
SHOCKING images offer a glimpse inside the terrifying Honduran gangs feared to be infiltrating migrant caravans – and the misery they cause. Donald Trump controversially insisted the US-bound groups are filled with the merciless mobsters, and sent nearly 6,000 troops to the border to keep them from entering. But one former cop told how he had no other choice but to join one of the caravans and flee after his sons were held at gunpoint by the brutal killers.
Scared Your DNA Is Exposed? Then Share It, Scientists Suggest
A group of medical researchers have a counterintuitive proposal for shielding people’s most intimate personal data from prying eyes. Share more of it, they say. A lot more of it. In a new paper published in the journal Science on Thursday, researchers suggest that the best way to protect genetic information might be for all Americans to deposit their data in a universal, nationwide DNA database.
Local law enforcement using mysterious new tool to unlock cellphones
Law enforcement agencies are using a mysterious new tool to unlock the cellphones of criminal suspects and access their text messages, emails and voice messages. Some agencies around the country, concerned about security, are not even acknowledging use of the devices. Adding to the secrecy surrounding the new tool, one of the companies that makes and sells the devices to police and government agencies does not display their products on the company website.
INFECTION RISK Hospital on red alert after drug-resistant superbug found on wards – sparking fears of outbreak
STRAINS of a drug-resistant superbug have been found at a Hereford hospital, health officials have warned. Klebsiella pneumoniae carbapenemase (KPC) is the same bug that contributed to the death of 16 people in Manchester several years ago. It was found again at Worcestershire Royal in June, and although wards have been cleaned, the hospital still may have an infection risk.
Russia buys crowd-control vehicles that emit sonic waves and light
Russia’s National Guard, which polices anti-government protests, has purchased two vehicles fitted with a laser and a sonic sound system to disorient people, raising fears among the opposition they could be used to disperse peaceful protesters. The two mini-vans, fitted with what is described as a non-lethal system, cost a total of 65.2 million roubles ($995,250) according to a public procurement order posted online which indicated they had been delivered in October.
Russia, stung by intelligence leaks, plans to tighten data protection
Russia has drawn up draft legislation aimed at stopping leaks of personal information from state agencies, a step that follows publication of details of Russians allegedly involved in clandestine intelligence operations abroad. The bill, produced by Russia’s communications ministry, bars unauthorized people from creating and publishing databases of personal data drawn from official sources, and fines anyone violating that rule.
Swiss backtrack on support for UN migration pact
Switzerland’s government on Wednesday backtracked from its pledge to support a United Nations migration pact after lawmakers insisted they have the final say on the matter.
Thanksgiving Day 2018 may be among coldest on record in northeastern US
People spending time outdoors during Thanksgiving Day into Black Friday may face some of the coldest conditions on record in the northeastern United States for late November.
Hungary demands to know how many Muslim migrants were given pre-paid debit cards by the United Nations – blame Soros for the entire plan
Hungary’s Fidesz-led alliance expects the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to respond in connection with the issue of “migrant cards”, the ruling parties’ group spokesman told press conference on Sunday.
WARNING TO THE WORLD: US military holds massive F-35 stealth warplane drills, as America reveals they are ‘ready to fight’
THE US AIR Force has conducted its first ‘Elephant Walk’ exercise with the $100 million F-35A Joint Strike Fighter jet, which the service uses to demonstrate its ability to sortie large numbers of planes and “defeat potential adversaries wherever they may arise”.
NOT AGE APPROPRIATE: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL’S TRANSGENDER AWARENESS CAMPAIGN STIRS CONTROVERSY
‘We are saddened that this highly controversial and divisive topic would be invited to be presented to such young children’
South Africa tells the world that the only way to stabilize their country is to steal the land of white farmers without compensation
SOUTH Africa’s stability as a nation is at stake if the government fails to successfully introduce land reforms, the country’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has said.
WATCH: Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade Features First Same-Sex Kiss in Parade’s History
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade broadcast two members of the same sex kissing on national television Thursday, making it the first time the parade featured a same-sex kiss in its 94-year history.
Osama bin Laden died in 2005 not in Abbottabad: Hameed Gul
Former Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) Chief Lt. General (retd) Hameed Gul has claimed that al-Qaeda Chief Osama bin Laden died in 2005 and not in the US Navy Seals raid in Abbottabad.
Jewish students slam Canadian Federation of Students for backing Israel boycott
Jewish students and groups across Canada slammed the Canadian Federation of Students for approving a resolution supporting the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement against Israel.
Pupils call out Amazon for selling anti-Semitic propaganda
After finding some disturbing results during a routine web search for a Holocaust education class, girls at Bais Chana Academy are asking Amazon’s CEO to take a stand against hate
Archbishop of Canterbury Declares God Gender Neutral
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has said that God is “not male nor female,” after female bishops demanded the Church of England stop referring to God solely as “he.”
Thousands of Caravan Migrants Planning to ‘Stampede’ US Border, Aid Group Warns
In a bid to force their way into the United States illegally, thousands of caravan migrants are reportedly planning to “stampede” the US Southern Border, an aid group has warned.
On Thanksgiving, Native Americans Should Have Used Food As a Weapon-The Deep State Won’t Make the Same Mistake
The lessons of history clearly demonstrate that dictatorial regimes, whether they be Socialists, Communists, and/or Marxists will not hesitate to use food as a weapon against their own people in order to solidify power and impose absolute autocratic control. Food can be withheld from the masses by preventing it from being grown and harvested, by contaminating it and rendering it unfit for human consumption or by simply preventing food from being distributed to a targeted population.
There is no such thing as a ‘trans kid’
One of the great myths of the new, identitarian left is that the transgender movement is the political and spiritual heir to yesterday’s gay-rights movement. It isn’t. At all.
WH Gives Troops Permission to Use Force at Border
The Trump administration will allow U.S. troops on the Southern border to use force if necessary to help protect Border Patrol officers if their safety is endangered by migrants.
Over a million children under the age of six are currently on psychiatric drugs in America
Psychiatric drug use is on the rise in the U.S., with one out of every six Americans now taking some type of medication in this category. This is highly concerning given the scary side effects and poor effectiveness of many of these drugs, but there is one particularly disturbing aspect of this trend that seems to get glossed over, and that is the extraordinary number of children who are taking such drugs.
Four Finnish Citizens Arrested in Malaysia For Distributing Christian Verses
Malaysian police said Wednesday that four tourists from Finland have been arrested for distributing Christian materials at public places on a resort island.
Science Journal: Opposing Transgender Rights ‘Worse’ than Curbing Science
Political discrimination against the nation’s tiny percentage of transgender people is a “worse” threat than political curbs on scientists’ freedoms, says a top-ranked science journal.