Israel reopens Gaza commercial crossing in sign of easing tensions
Israel reopened its commercial crossing with the Gaza Strip on Sunday but kept military reinforcements deployed on the volatile frontier, a day after a smaller than expected Palestinian protest along the border. Gaza medical officials said four Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire during demonstrations on Saturday marking the first anniversary of the “Great March of Return” protests.
Former Mayor of London: It’s not antisemitic to hate Jews of Israel
The notorious anti-Zionist former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone said last week that it is not antisemitic to hate Israeli Jews, during a rant in which he said “cooperations” were spreading lies about antisemitism in the UK Labour Party to prevent its leader Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister. Livingston made his comments…during a speech he gave last week to the Labour Against the Witch-hunt organization…
North Korea says Madrid embassy raid was ‘grave terror attack’
North Korea has described a break-in at its embassy in Spain last month as a “grave terrorist attack”. In its first official comment, the government demanded an investigation and said it was closely watching rumours that the FBI had played a role. On Wednesday a group committed to ousting North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the Cheollima Civil Defense, said it carried out the raid.
Dismay after Trump moves to cut aid to Central America
US opposition politicians and aid agencies have questioned a decision by President Donald Trump to cut off aid to three Central American states. Mr Trump ordered the suspension of aid payments to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras to push their governments to stop migration into the US. Critics say the decision will hurt programmes that already aim to persuade people to stay at home.
The Russians Just Did A Fly-By Of Area 51
The Russians are operating their Tu-154M aircraft configured for surveillance flights sanctioned under the Open Skies Treaty that allows member countries to conduct surveillance flights over each other’s territory…The aircraft are equipped with imaging equipment with specific limitations and monitors from the country being surveilled are onboard the flights to make certain the party complies with the parameters of the treaty.
Jews scared to speak out as antisemitism spreads in Orban’s Hungary
The image on the front page of the Hungarian pro-government magazine could easily have been propaganda from Nazi Germany: a portrait of Andras Heisler, president of the Federation of Hungarian Jewish Communities, surrounded by a shower of high-denomination banknotes. Yet the reaction there was muted. Viktor Orban, the right-wing prime minister and leader of the Fidesz party, refused to condemn the magazine.
Arab summit expected to reject U.S. decision over Golan
Arab heads of state, long divided by regional rivalries, are expected to unite at a summit on Sunday to oppose a U.S. decision to recognize Israel’s annexation of Arab lands captured in 1967. Arab leaders are already grappling with unrest in Algeria and Sudan, international pressure over the war in Yemen, regional splits over Iran’s influence in the Middle East and a bitter Gulf Arab dispute.
Conversion is not your mission, pope tells Catholics in Morocco
Pope Francis told Morocco’s tiny Catholic community on Sunday their role in the predominantly Muslim country was not to covert their neighbors but live in brotherhood with all other faiths. Francis has used his two-day trip to stress inter-faith dialogue. He has also backed Moroccan King Mohammed VI’s efforts to spread a form of Islam that promotes inter-religious dialogue and rejects violence in God’s name.
My uncontrollable sobbing while watching ‘Unplanned’
This weekend, history will be made as the movie “Unplanned” will open in more than 1,100 theaters across the nation. And you can expect the backlash to be intense. And I mean very intense. The foundations of the pro-abortion movement, in particular, those of Planned Parenthood, will be challenged. Evil will be exposed and hope will be exalted.
More than 1 million acres of U.S. cropland ravaged by floods
At least 1 million acres (405,000 hectares) of U.S. farmland were flooded after the “bomb cyclone” storm left wide swaths of nine major grain producing states under water this month, satellite data analyzed by Gro Intelligence for Reuters showed.
Nancy Pelosi: We Have a “Moral Responsibility to Protect G-d’s Creation,” Just Not Babies From Abortion
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi believes Americans need to protect “God’s creation” for future generations, but not future generations from abortion.
DIVIDE AND CONQUER: Pope Francis Meets With Muslim King In Morocco And Declares That Jerusalem Should Never Belong Solely To The Jews
Just like everything that comes out of the mouth of the Roman pope, it was a tiny nugget of truth encompassed about with layers and layers of lies. Yes, Jerusalem is claimed by Jews, Christians and Muslims, absolutely, but of those three only the first two are mentioned in the bible as being ordained by God. The Muslims are the bastard children of Abraham, and are specifically mentioned in the Bible as have none inheritance. The children of Abraham through Hagar are to be “cast out” as we see here
The FCC Has Collected Just $6,790 Of $208 Million It Has Fined Robocallers
“That number stands on its own. We’re proud of it; we think our enforcement program is pretty strong.”
NEW ZEALAND DOOR-TO-DOOR GUN CONFISCATION, 1 DEAD SO FAR
The first death in what could eventually trigger a civil war. Also, in New Zealand police going door-to-door to confiscate guns have already resulted in the death of one man.
Israeli tanks hit Hamas positions in Gaza after rocket fire
Hollywood threatened Georgia with a boycott if the state passed a bill that limited abortions to the first six weeks. Peach State lawmakers passed the bill and left-wing celebrities are erupting.
On what should have been Brexit weekend, churches and cathedrals open their doors for prayer and dialogue
The first weekend after the UK was supposed to leave the European Union, churches and cathedrals are offering spaces for conversation and prayer on Brexit. Many churches across the country are holding prayer vigils this weekend on what should have marked the start of a new post-Brexit era for the UK.