Pakistani Kashmir Chief: Standoff With India May Spark Nuclear Armageddon
The head of Pakistan’s Azad Kashmir said that a small-scale conflict between his country and India-rivals could ignite a nuclear war that would kill hundreds of millions. Kashmir made these comments just days after Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed India with similar rhetoric.
For First Time Iraq Points Finger of Blame at Israel
Iraq’s leadership rattles sabers against Israel, possibly giving green light to pro-Iran Shiite militias. “Nobody wants war except for Israel,” the Iraqi prime minister said in an interview Wednesday evening on the Al-Jazeera network.
Teen stuns court – forgives brother’s murderer: ‘Give your life to Christ’
Amber Guyger, a former Dallas police officer, received a 10-year sentence on Wednesday for fatally shooting Botham Jean in his home after mistaking it for her own apartment in September 2018. Brandt Jean, 18, spoke directly to the defendant when he took the stand Wednesday, and his emotional testimony left the courtroom stunned. “I hope you go to God with all the guilt,” he said. “If you truly are sorry, I know I can speak for myself — I forgive you. And I know if you go to God and ask him, he will forgive you.” The teenager continued, acknowledging that he spoke only for himself and not for his family. “Give your life to Christ,” he added. “I think giving your life to Christ would be the best thing that Botham would want you to do.”
Proposal for Netanyahu: Primaries in a year
The chairman of the Likud Central Committee, MK Haim Katz, on Thursday evening suggested to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu that the Likud Central Committee be convened next week to announce that primaries will be held in about a year from now.
German Neo-Nazis Recruiting Palestinians to Implement Final Solution
Dozens of neo-Nazis marched in the western German city of Dortmund on Monday, calling for Palestinian assistance to destroy Israel .
Mysterious Poisonous Fish from Egypt Invading Israel’s Shores
A mysterious invasive, poisonous fish has invaded Israel’s sea coast, especially in the Haifa area reports 0404. In Hebrew, experts are saying that it is from the Abu Nachfa (fugu fish) family. The Fugu fish is poisonous and is not for fit for human consumption.
As Dems Investigate Trump, State Dept Hits 130 Hillary-Connected Officials with Security Violation Warning
Clinton’s use of an unsecured, private email server during her time as secretary of state was a hot-button issue during the 2016 election and played an undeniable role in her defeat. According to The Washington Post, some 130 government officials from the Obama era have now been contacted after it was discovered that they sent messages — some were sensitive or classified — to the infamous unsecured Clinton server. “Those targeted were notified that emails they sent years ago have been retroactively classified and now constitute potential security violations,” The Washington Post reported. “In virtually all of the cases, potentially sensitive information, now recategorized as ‘classified,’ was sent to Clinton’s unsecure inbox.”
After pressing Iran for answers, IAEA reports improved cooperation
Iran has improved its cooperation with the U.N. nuclear watchdog, the IAEA’s acting chief said on Friday, as it presses for answers to questions…that…include how uranium traces were found at an undeclared site. The International Atomic Energy Agency…told Tehran last month that “time is of the essence” in addressing…the completeness of Iran’s safeguards declarations to the agency.
U.S. gives cold shoulder to major Palestinian donor parley
The United States gave a cold shoulder last week to the major bi-annual meeting for donor aid to the Palestinian Authority, known as the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee (AHLC), which has operated for the last 25 years. “We limited our participation to working-level observers only,” US special envoy Jason Greenblatt told The Jerusalem Post this week as he described the downgrade.
Hong Kong bans face masks after months of protests
Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam has used a colonial-era emergency law to ban face masks after months of angry protests. The measure was announced on Friday, following widespread violence on 1 October, the 70th anniversary of Communist Party rule in China. Ms Lam said the violence was “destroying the city” and authorities could not “just leave the situation to get worse and worse.”
Ecuador protests: State of emergency declared as fuel subsidies end
Ecuador’s government has declared a state of emergency after protesters opposed to a fuel price hike disrupted transport nationwide. President Lenin Moreno said he imposed the measure to “ensure citizens’ security and avoid chaos”. Protesters were angered by Mr Moreno’s decision to end 40-year-old subsidies for fuel, which he said were no longer affordable.
North Korea, U.S. envoys to resume high-stakes nuclear talks over weekend
As negotiators for the United States and North Korea resume talks over Pyongyang’s nuclear program this weekend, analysts say that the leaders of both countries face increased incentives to strike a deal, but that it is far from clear they will find common ground after months of deadlock and increased tensions.
Saudi restores oil output after attacks, focused on IPO: Minister
Saudi Arabia has fully restored oil output after attacks on its facilities last month and is now focused on the listing of Saudi Aramco, its energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said. The kingdom’s oil production capacity now stands at 11.3 million barrels per day, he told an energy conference in Russia on Thursday, adding: “We all rose to the challenge.”
Vatican visit to Al-Aqsa celebrates religious coexistence
Palestinian and Jordanian officials praised the important visit on Thursday by the Vatican’s cardinal for eastern churches Leonardo Sandri and Francesco Patton to Al-Aqsa Mosque. The officials also praised the important position taken during the visit in support of coexistence and the Hashemite custodianship of Christian and Muslim holy places.
US sanctions squeezing Iran-backed Hezbollah in Lebanon
The conflict between Iran and the U.S. that has created tensions throughout much of the Middle East is now also being felt in Lebanon, where Washington has slapped sanctions on the Iran-backed Hezbollah and warned they could soon expand to its allies, further deepening the tiny Arab country’s economic crisis.
US conducts new joint patrol with Turkey in northeast Syria
The U.S-led coalition says it’s conducted the third joint patrol with Turkey in northeastern Syria, part of a plan designed to defuse tensions between its NATO ally and Syrian Kurds. The coalition said the patrol went ahead as planned on Friday. Washington says the deal reached with Ankara in August aims to address Turkey’s security concerns.
What’s The Big Problem With Facial Recognition?
Facial recognition puts every person who crosses its path into a perpetual lineup without any probable cause…fundamentally undermining liberty…
Nearly 400 children rescued and 348 adults arrested in Canadian child pornography bust
Nearly 400 children have been rescued and 348 adults arrested following an expansive and “extraordinary” international child pornography investigation, Canadian police announced Thursday.
Tijuana Marks 1710 Homicides in 2019
Cartel-related violence in Tijuana continues with at least 1,709 homicides in 2019 at the close of September.
French Liberte Tested by Nationwide Facial Recognition ID Plan
France is poised to become the first European country to use facial recognition technology to give citizens a secure digital identity — whether they want it or not.
Lorenzo to make direct hit on Ireland and UK with hurricane-force winds
After Lorenzo lashed the Azores with fierce winds and pounding surf, residents of the United Kingdom and Ireland are the next in line to face significant impacts from the storm.
Judge hugs Amber Guyger, gives her a Bible after murder conviction, causing stir
The judge in the murder trial of Amber Guyger, the former Dallas police officer sentenced to 10 years for fatally shooting her neighbor, caused a stir Wednesday when she hugged the convicted killer after the sentencing.
Comprehensive List of LGBTQ Events Public Schools Will Be Celebrating
If you thought that LGBTQWTF indoctrination only happens in June, you would be very wrong. If you are a Christian or otherwise religious family who does not subscribe to pagan ideas of sexuality and gender and don’t want it pushed on your kids in school — where they should be learning math — then note the following dates on your calendar to either keep them home or make sure their school isn’t forcing kids to participate in this non-educational, politically-charged “celebrations.”
Planned Parenthood Admits It Controls Hollywood, Gets TV Shows and Movies to Promote Abortion
The pro-abortion bent of Hollywood celebrities is no secret. But Planned Parenthood’s extensive influence over them may be a surprise to many.
UPDATE: Muslim Convert Slaughters 4 Police Officers with a Knife Before Being Shot Dead in Paris
Four police officers were killed on Thursday at the Paris Police Headquarters across from Notre Dame Cathedral. Three men and one woman were killed in the attack.
A female doctor working in Germany warns the world about the dangers of Muslim refugees
…Many Muslims are refusing treatment by female staff here in Germany. The Muslim men make sick, crude comments and overtures to the female staff members, because to them any non-muslim woman is a whore or a future slave. After brief exposure to these cruel, sadistic, female hating beats, we, women, are refusing to go among those animals, especially the Muslim men from Africa.
Piparo mud volcano poses very serious threat, Trinidad and Tobago
Scientists observing the Piparo mud volcano in Trinidad and Tobago said the catastrophic 1997 explosion may occur again this year after continuous volcanic activity. Loud explosions and cracks were reported by residents near the area on September 21, 2019, and several days after the scare, the cracks appear to be widening, according to current reports. Seismologists warned of probable eruptions that may occur anytime.
IDF Soldiers Make Incredible Discovery Of Watchtower Dating Back To The First Temple Period In The 8th Century BC Under King Hezekiah In Judah
To find this watchtower dating back to the time of King Hezekiah is truly an amazing find, and yet another brick in the wall of solid, factual archaeological evidence showing both the historical connection of the Jews to the land, and to the accuracy of the Bible.