‘Israel’s Oracle’ Delivers Big Message from God: “Messiah is Here!”
According to Rabbi Brody, the essence of Daniel’s message, that Jews urgently need to leave the diaspora and get to Israel, is hardly controversial. “Assuming Galit Dorit is the real thing and she’s faithfully quoting his words, I don’t think Daniel’s message is dramatic at all.” “We don’t posken (rule according to Jewish law) based on the autistics, [but] I’ve told plenty of families to make aliyah. If you don’t make aliyah right now, the door is closing,” he warned. “We’re already beginning to feel what is happening in the world. The world we live in today has become harsh. We live in a world that is now ruled by the most wicked people that ever lived, incarnations of the most wicked people of all of the generations that lived in the past.”
US conducts first federal execution in 17 years
The U.S. has conducted its first federal execution in 17 years, administering a lethal injection to a man convicted of torturing and killing an Arkansas family in 1996. Daniel Lewis Lee, 47, an inmate at the Terre Haute federal prison in Indiana, was given a lethal dose of pentobarbital at 8:07 a.m. Tuesday, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. On May 4, 1999, a jury found Lee guilty in the killing of William Frederick Mueller, his wife Nancy Ann Mueller and his 8-year-old stepdaughter, Sarah Elizabeth Powell, for which he received a death sentence.
Food Security Continues to Decline as Crises Mount
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has published its State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2020, which warns that even without accounting for problems caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, food security has continued to decline around the world. The last three editions of the FAO’s report have all warned that hunger is rising, after several decades of decline. Severe undernourishment has increased in all continents except Europe and North America
Proposed China-Iran deal is bad news for Israel
With Iran and China working on a multibillion-dollar 25-year economic and security deal, Israel has many reasons to be concerned and even alarmed. The proposed agreement, leaked to The New York Times, which reported on it on Saturday, would lead to a closer military relationship between Tehran and Beijing, including joint military exercises, research and weapons development and intelligence sharing. It would also increase Chinese investments in Iranian banking, telecommunications and transportation, such as airports and railways. China would reportedly get a discounted supply of Iranian oil in return.
Homeowner Opens Fire, Kills Two of Three Home Invasion Suspects
Fox 35 reports that the homeowner was playing video games when he heard glass breaking just before 1:00 a.m. He retrieved a gun and shot one suspect in a hallway, then fired again when a second suspect allegedly appeared in the hallway with a gun. Sheriff Chris Nocco says the suspect fired his gun, then it jammed. The homeowner shot him. Then a third suspect appeared in the hallway. The homeowner shot the third suspect as well.
Ghislaine Maxwell reportedly moved from ‘cell to cell’ to avoid assassins
Ghislaine Maxwell is being moved from “cell to cell” in her Brooklyn lockup — over fears someone will try to kill the accused Jeffrey Epstein madam before she stands trial, according to a report. The Post already revealed how the 58-year-old British socialite was forced to wear paper clothes and sleep on a bare mattress so she couldn’t hang herself with clothes or bedsheets like Epstein. Now insiders have told the Mail on Sunday that prison officials are so “terrified someone will try to kill her” that they are constantly moving her around inside the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.
Drought Conditions Expected to Worsen
Drought conditions are already persisting in parts of Illinois and things are only anticipated to get worse as the National Weather Service predicts long periods of hot and dry weather throughout July and August. Meteorologist Chris Miller says he is monitoring the number of 90-degree days ahead along with any rainfall coming our way.
Ten million face acute food shortages in Yemen
Nearly 10 million people are facing acute food shortages in Yemen and urgent action is needed to avert a famine, the UN’s World Food Programme said on Friday. “We must act now. If we wait for famine to be declared, it will already be too late as people will already be dying.”
CENTCOM chief: A war with Israel would not end well for Hezbollah
CENTCOM head Gen. Kenneth McKenzie said it would be a great mistake for Hezbollah to try to carry out operations against Israel. “I can’t see that having a good ending,” he said at a briefing during a major trip to the Middle East this week. McKenzie has visited Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar and Kuwait. The US general also acknowledged continuing tensions in Syria and with Iran across the region.
Hebrew U. scientist: Drug could eradicate COVID-19 from lungs in days
Researchers at Israel’s Hebrew University of Jerusalem and New York’s Mount Sinai Medical Center believe they could potentially downgrade COVID-19’s severity into nothing worse than a common cold. New research by Hebrew University Prof. Ya’acov Nahmias and Sinai’s Dr. Benjamin tenOever revealed that the FDA-approved drug Fenofibrate (Tricor) could reduce SARS-CoV-2’s ability to reproduce or even make it disappear.
Israel’s Defense Ministry receives first images from Ofek 16 satellite
A week after Israel launched the Ofek 16 reconnaissance satellite into space, the first high-quality pictures have been received at an Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) control station in Yehud… Since the satellite launch early Monday morning…teams from IAI and the Defense Ministry have carried out a series of tests on the satellite’s systems and subsystems that have been gradually and successfully activated.
Iran’s Ghaani says ‘Zionist regime’ has difficult days ahead
Iran’s head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Force Esmail Ghaani slammed the US and Israel and said both countries would be punished and that only “difficult” days were ahead. He praised a fire aboard a US ship, the Bonhomee Richard as divine punishment. “America lit a fire and today is on fire.”
Hong Kong: China vows to retaliate after Trump ends special economic status
China has vowed to retaliate after the US ended Hong Kong’s preferential trade status and imposed sanctions on officials who crack down on rights. President Donald Trump said he was acting because China had taken away Hong Kong’s freedom after it imposed a new security law. Beijing condemned Mr Trump’s decision, saying it would impose sanctions on relevant people and entities in the US.
Yemen’s Houthi rebels claim ‘bank of targets’ in Israel, Saudi Arabia and UAE
An intelligence officer for the Houthi separatists in Yemen…claimed the group has amassed a “bank of vital and important targets” in Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates… Abdullah Yahya al-Hakim, the head of the Houthis’ Intelligence and Reconnaissance Authority, told the…..newspaper the…militia…had successfully conducted intelligence operations deep into Saudi and UAE territory.
UAE closer to completing construction of Arab world’s first nuclear power plant
The UAE completed the construction of the Barakah nuclear power plant’s second unit, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) confirmed… The new reactor, which was the second of four units, has been handed over to its operator… “Today we are one step closer to securing a cleaner, brighter future for generations to come,” Mohamed Al Hammadi, chief executive of the ENEC, said.
‘Hunger crimes’ on the rise in crisis-hit Lebanon
…Omar…recalled the terrifying and tragic encounter that started when a man in his 40s crept up behind him as he walked alone at night through Beirut’s Hamra commercial district. “He told me that he didn’t want to hurt me. He asked me to give him money or take him to a grocery store to buy some food,” Omar recounted. “He said his children back home were crying from hunger.”
Lebanon looks to China as US, Arabs refuse to help in crisis
Facing a worsening economic crisis and with little chance of Western or oil-rich Arab countries providing assistance without substantial reforms, Lebanon’s cash-strapped government is looking east, hoping to secure investments from China that could bring relief. But help from Beijing risks alienating the United States, which has suggested such a move could come at the cost of Lebanese-U.S. ties.
Volcanic Activity Is Heating Up Around the World: More Than 39 Erupting Volcanoes and 100s of Earthquakes Hitting Near or Under Lava Craters
There are currently 26 volcanoes erupting around the world and 13 showing enhanced activity. More than 100 earthquakes have been reported near or at volcanic peaks… Well the Ring is on Fire!…Moreover, many earthquakes happen right under or near volcanoes probably announcing movement of magma or magma chamber refill.
EU ministers said seeking list of deterrents to warn Israel off annexation
Eleven European foreign ministers have reportedly asked the European Union to provide them with a list of possible actions that can be taken if Israel’s government moves ahead with plans to annex parts of the West Bank, in a bid to add heft to threats of “consequences” that members of the bloc have already brandished in front of Jerusalem.
At least 15 dead, 4 000 affected as flash floods sweep through South Sulawesi, Indonesia
Severe flash floods hit Indonesia’s South Sulawesi Province on July 13 and 14, leaving at least 15 people dead and a number of people missing, North Luwu district official Indah Putri Indriani reported Tuesday, July 14, 2020. More than 4 000 residents have been affected in six subdistricts of the regency.
More than 1 million people flee as second wave of flooding hits Bangladesh, 7 million already affected
More than 1 million residents have fled their homes as the second wave of severe flooding hit wide swaths of Bangladesh, officials said Tuesday, July 14, 2020. As many as seven million people are already affected, with water levels at major rivers rising at about two dozen points in 20 districts.
Monsoon-related natural disasters leave more than 144 dead or missing in just one month, Nepal
More than 100 people have died due to monsoon-related natural disasters, such as floods, landslides, and lightning strikes in a month period in Nepal as of Monday, July 13, 2020, according to the data compiled by the Nepal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority (NDRRMA). The organization noted that this season is the deadliest monsoon in the past 11 years, in terms of the devastation in the arrival period.
The forgotten pandemic—the fight against HIV continues
WITH ATTENTION diverted to covid-19, access to HIV medications has been disrupted. Host Kenneth Cukier talks to Meg Doherty, director of HIV programmes at the World Health Organisation, about the fight against the other pandemic.
On This Day In History In 1555, Roman Catholic Pope Paul IV Issued A Papal Decree Forcing The Jews Of Rome Into A Ghetto Like Adolf Hitler Later Did
This story is fascinating for a variety of reasons, one especially from a numerical perspective. Today is the 465th anniversary of the day that the Roman Catholic Pope Paul IV issued his infamous papal decree forcing all the Jews of Rome into a ghetto. It is for reasons just like this why we say that the Roman Catholic religion is not Christian, and is not biblical, if it were, the Roman Catholic popes would love the Jews, which clearly they do not. Secondly, let’s take a look at the year 1555.
Hillary Clinton put Ghislaine Maxwell’s nephew in charge of Obama’s Libya policy. Together they killed Ghaddafi
…US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “parked” Alex in one of the most sensitive areas of Obama’s executive apparatus..Hillary sent Alex as the US representative to the expatriate rebel groups Friends of Libya and Friends of the Syrian People. He served there from until 2012. Together, they did Arab springs and killed Ghaddafi in 2011.
George Soros Giving $220 Million To Black Radical Race Groups That Are Working To ‘Reimagine Public Safety’ By Getting Rid Of The Police
You need to stop thinking of Black Lives Matter as a ‘grassroots movement to stop racial injustice’, they are nothing of the kind. What they are is a highly-funded, Marxist domestic terror organization with hundreds of millions in funding from rich, white Liberals who dream of the collapse of America. Former Nazi collaborator and billionaire George Soros, just gave $150 million to Black Lives Matter, the remaining $70 million is earmarked to campaigns to defund the police in America’s cities.
NYC Weekend: Shooting Victims Exceed Coronavirus Deaths
More than two dozen shootings across New York City over the weekend left a one-year-old dead and at least 34 others injured, some potentially fatally, dwarfing the number of people killed there by the coronavirus during the same period.
UK-Jewish spy’s pivotal role in French espionage ring revealed after 95 years
Just a week after the Locarno Treaties — a peace pact between Germany, Belgium, France, Great Britain, and Italy — were signed in London in 1925, the French secret police very publicly broke up a British espionage ring in the heart of Paris engaged in stealing French military secrets.
California’s Indoor Religious Worship Suspended Indefinitely, State Health Department Says
The California Department of Health clarified Tuesday to the Daily Caller News Foundation that indoor religious services in the state have been suspended with no definite end date.