Hezbollah’s Nasrallah: For every operative killed we will kill one soldier
Hezbollah secretary-general Hassan Nasrallah on Sunday reiterated his warning to Israel that for the death of every operative by the Jewish state, the Lebanese terror group would kill an IDF soldier. “Let the Israelis understand that whenever they kill one of our mujahideen (jihadists), we will kill one of their soldiers,” Nasrallah said…
Is the UAE-Israel deal a manifestation of Abraham’s legacy?
The elation felt in both Israel and the United Arab Emirates over the recent peace deal emerged…Remarkably, Abraham’s legacy is so powerful and relevant that a peace accord is named after him almost 4,000 years since his birth. We are witness to the fulfillment of the Divine promise to Abraham that “you will be a father of a multitude of nations.” This is not about biology, but rather about values.
Belarus: Journalists covering protests stripped of accreditation
Authorities in Belarus have withdrawn the accreditation of a number of journalists who have been reporting on post-election protests there for foreign media outlets. Two journalists with the BBC’s Russian service are among those affected. In a statement, the BBC said it condemned “in the strongest possible terms this stifling of independent journalism”.
Putin and Lukashenko plan to meet in Moscow – Kremlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko have agreed to meet in Moscow in coming weeks, the Kremlin said on Sunday. The two leaders have not met since anti-government protests over a disputed presidential election that handed victory to Lukashenko gripped Belarus.
Egypt announces failure to reach draft on Renaissance Dam
The Egyptian Ministry of Irrigation has announced the failure to reach a unified draft on the Renaissance dam negotiations. This came after the end of the current round of negotiations between Ethiopia and the downstream countries of Egypt and Sudan, during which they discussed a consensual preliminary formula for an agreement that regulates the rules for filling and operating the dam.
400,000 chickens, turkeys and emus euthanized as bird flu spreads in Australia
The Australian state of Victoria has had to euthanize huge numbers of poultry, among them thousands of baby chicks, in a bid to stem the spread of the bird influenza. Choosing between bad and worse, poultry farmers in Victoria have decimated their livestock, with a whopping 400,000 turkeys, chickens, and emus (2,000 babies too) being killed…
Is COVID-19 The Trigger For A ‘New World Order’ Of Economic Stagnation & Social Destruction?
In January, like a leviathan sprung forth from the titans Oceanus and Ceto in ancient Greece, the global coronavirus pandemic was born. Like 9/11, it was a disruptive event, but this time on a scale unimaginable. Whether or not one believes this was naturally-occurring or a biologically-engineered pathogen (there is every reason to believe it could be), it is beyond argument that this ‘crisis’ is and will be used to advance a multi-pronged globalist agenda, likely to feature more wars between the great powers.
‘I Plead With You, Back Off’: California Church Fined Thousands For Meeting In-Person And Singing
The pastor of a Baptist church in California begged state officials earlier this week to back off enforcing lockdowns on churches after his congregation received a $10,000 fine for holding two services last Sunday.
Weaponized Drone Swarms Should Be Declared As “WMD”
A new study for the US Air Force argues that a large-scale adversarial drone swarm attack could be classified as a “weapon of mass destruction” (WMD), a term commonly used to describe chemical, biological, or radioactive weapon capable of causing widespread death and destruction, reported Intelligent Aerospace.
1,300 Pounds of Cocaine Seized, 4 Dominican Migrants Busted at Puerto Rico Beach
Border Patrol agents in Puerto Rico and local police intercepts a large load of cocaine and arrested four illegal aliens from the Dominican Republic. The failed smuggling attempt resulted in the seizure of nearly $15 million worth of cocaine.
IDF attacks Hamas posts in Gaza
IDF tanks attacked military positions of the Hamas terrorist organization in southern Gaza Strip early Sunday morning.
Abraham Accord Takes Giant Step Towards Completion As United Arab Emirates Cancels Long-Standing Economic Boycott Against Israel
The Abraham Accord brokered by Jared Kushner and the Trump administration represents a gigantic financial windfall for both Israel and the United Arab Emirates, and that is certainly a great starting point towards Middle East peace. But it’s going to take more than money to get things to the level of the Daniel 9 covenant, it’s going to take the rebuilt Jewish Temple in Jerusalem.
QUEEN OF HEAVEN: The Closing Moments Of The RNC Issued A Call For Help To The ‘Blessed Virgin Mary’ In The ‘Most Catholic Moment’ In American History
It is no secret that the Roman Catholic Church teaches and believes that the ‘blessed virgin Mary’ is the one that hears the prayers of Roman Catholics, is the gateway to Jesus Christ for salvation, and is the ‘mediatrix of all graces’. She is the one, official Catholic teaching says, who is ‘the redeemer’. They teach this in spite of the fact that none of the things I just mentioned, absolutely zero, are supported within the pages of the King James Bible.
Judicial Watch: New Strzok-Page Emails Show FBI Investigated President Trump’s Tweets Critical of Obama and FBI
Judicial Watch announced today that it received 323 pages of emails between former FBI official Peter Strzok and former FBI attorney Lisa Page. The records include an email from Strzok to other FBI officials about Trump’s tweets regarding them spying on him, as well as their interaction with other media outlets including CNN.
Violators Of New Zealand’s New Mask Law Face Up To $700 Fine
During the same week Germany’s Merkel announced that across all but one German states a mandatory mask law will be backed by a 50 euro fine for any violators, New Zealand has announced its own nationwide mask mandate aboard all public transit amid a feared resurgence of COVID-19 cases, with a possible penalty for refusal of up to $1000 (NZD).