5 Apr 2024

Israel Warns Iran Of Massive Regional War If Directly Attacked
With Israel’s embassies around the world on a heightened state of alert, and extra IDF reservists called up, and home and weekend leave for all combat troops having been abruptly canceled Thursday, the Israeli population is anxiously awaiting a response – with some reports saying residents are already seeking the safety of bomb shelters. Tehran has vowed that vengeance is coming soon for the Monday Israeli airstrike on its embassy in Damascus. Israeli officials have told Axios late in the day that such an act would “take the current conflict to another level”

April nor’easter with heavy, wet snow pounds Northeast, knocks out power to hundreds of thousands
A major spring storm brought heavy snow, rain and high winds to the Northeast, downing trees and power lines and leaving nearly 700,000 homes and businesses without power at one point. A woman was killed by a falling tree in a New York City suburb and a second woman died in a New Hampshire fire caused by the weather. Two feet (61 centimeters) of snow was expected in parts of northern New England by Thursday evening, with wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph

The Agenda To Eradicate Biblical Christianity From American Culture
In the latest obvious attack on God, believers, and the biblical worldview, the Biden Democrats used a high-profile opportunity to offend Christians. Days before Easter, they banned religious (read “Christian”) images at the White House and also declared March 31 (Resurrection Sunday) the “Transgender Day of Visibility.” Make no mistake: this is the new religion of the Left. Vice President Kamala Harris passionately proclaimed, …“we celebrate transgender and nonbinary Americans,” and said, “We won’t stop fighting for you.”

Bulgarian police uncover hidden Hamas weapons cache linked to arrests in Germany
German police arrested several Hamas terrorists in the country following Israeli intelligence tip; the interrogations led investigators to a warehouse in southern Bulgaria housing stocks of weapons and ammo. The four Hamas members, all Lebanese nationals, are suspected of planning to carry out attacks against Israeli individuals and institutions in Europe under instructions from a terror group in Lebanon.

Outrage over aid-worker deaths is about saving Hamas, not civilians
A mistaken strike that caused the deaths of seven World Central Kitchen aid workers who were bringing food and other supplies into the Strip is being treated as not merely a tragic accident all too common in wars, but as an act of transcendent symbolism that proves that Israel’s tactics are too brutal to be allowed to continue.

Israeli Security Services Thwart ISIS Terrorist Attack in East Jerusalem
Israeli security forces announced on Thursday that they foiled terrorist attacks planned by supporters of Islamic State (ISIS) in east Jerusalem. “Two terrorists planned to prepare charges and explosive devices and shoot at a police station, and in the Teddy Stadium area in Jerusalem,”

US looking at media report that Israel used AI to identify bombing targets in Gaza
The report in +972 Magazine and Local Call was published on Wednesday. According to the 972+ report, the tool is dubbed “Lavender,” and was heavily relied upon in the onset of the war in Gaza. The sources told +972 cited six Israeli intelligence officials as sources, who said that “Lavender” marked 37,000 Palestinians as suspected terrorists — and their homes — for possible air strikes. The IDF, … denied that AI was used

Israeli embassies around the world put on high alert amid Iranian threats
Israeli embassies across the globe were placed on high alert following increasing threats of an Iranian attack on Israeli diplomats, sources confirmed to The Jerusalem Post on Thursday. Additionally, some ambassadors have been requested not to arrive at public events over fears for their security.

US: Iran is a viable threat to Israel’s safety
Tehran is posting a public and viable threat to Israel, the United States said on Thursday, as Israel braced for the possibility of a retaliatory attack after its suspected killing of Iranian generals in Damascus this week. Israel said it would respond forcefully, signaling it had stiffened its military preparedness.

Qatar should have expelled Hamas, senior diplomatic officials say
Qatar should have “kicked Hamas out of Qatar, closed their bank accounts, and said there would be no more funds for Gaza in the future,” absent a deal to release the hostages, a senior diplomatic official has told The Jerusalem Post. Only this kind of approach might have yielded a hostage deal a few weeks ago and kept the Qataris as the official moderators, as opposed to now, when Egypt may have displaced them, explained top Israeli sources.

Hospitals instructed to prepare for mass-casualty incident
Health Ministry Director-General Moshe Bar Siman Tov asked hospital directors and the heads of the health system to continue preparing for a scenario of a mass-casualty incident and to hold drills for medical staff to be prepared to treat patients and reinforce medical staff.

Netanyahu to Republicans: ‘There’s an attempt to ram a Palestinian state down our throats’
“That’s what this conflict is about. Everything that you’re hearing in recent years, in recent months, in recent days, and in recent hours emphasizes this basic truth. This is a larger battle.
there is a contrary move, an attempt to force, ram down our throats a Palestinian state, which will be another terror haven, another launching ground for an attempt, as was the Hamas state in Gaza. That is opposed by Israelis, overwhelmingly.

Biden’s support for Israel wobbling due to elections, says Israeli minister
Speaking at a conference in Eilat, Energy Minister Eli Cohen suggested that public criticisms of Israel were for the Democratic party’s political benefit, rather than representing a fundamental change in the U.S.’s view of Israel. “The only change I see in the Americans’ stance is because of the upcoming elections in the United States,” Cohen said. He emphasized that the Jewish State would make its own decisions, regardless of Washington.

Israel’s top security agency failing to protect PM from protesters, minister accuses
National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir attacked Shin Bet head Ronen Bar for failing to take measures to protect Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as protesters with torches breached the barriers of his residence on Tuesday night. “Just last week, I warned the Shin Bet chief about the disregard for the prime minister’s security and was rebuffed,” Ben-Gvir said. “I demand that Shin Bet wake up immediately and take the security of the prime minister of Israel and his family seriously,” he added.

First Time In Months: Gaza terrorists fire rockets at southern Israel
Palestinian terrorists fired a barrage of rockets towards the southern Israeli city of Netivot from Gaza on Thursday night, sending over 40,000 people running for shelter for the first time in nearly three months.

Biden is ‘pissed,’ warns Netanyahu that US policy depends on Israel’s actions
Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke on the phone Thursday for their first direct talk since an aid convoy in the Gaza Strip was accidentally targeted by Israeli warplanes, leaving seven aid workers from the World Central Kitchen organization dead. The two leaders spoke for approximately 45 minutes

IDF chief: Only military pressure will bring the hostages home
Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi said on Wednesday that a hostage release deal with Hamas will only come as a result of military pressure. Addressing IDF commanders in the former Hamas stronghold of Khan Yunis in southern Gaza, Halevi said, “We are pressing to deepen the achievement” of the military operation in Gaza City’s Shifa hospital, “and we are pressing to try to initiate movement in the negotiations, to bring about an agreement for the release of the hostages.” This, he continued, was “a top priority,

Nebraska pro-life senator leaves Democrat Party for GOP after censure for conservative votes
Nebraska Republicans gained a new member Wednesday as Democrat state Sen. Mike McDonnell officially switched parties to the GOP a month after his former party censured him for his votes against the pro-abortion and LGBT agendas.

As war rages, why are Israelis searching for God, and even considering Jesus?
Every year, tens of thousands of Christians visit the Garden Tomb – that is, the empty tom – in Jerusalem to reflect on the life, death, and miraculous resurrection of Jesus. But this year, with Israel engaged in brutal war against Hamas in Gaza for almost six months, more and more Israeli Jews than ever before are wrestling with existential questions. They’re asking about life and death and life after death – and even whether Jesus of Nazareth might, in fact, be the Jewish Messiah.

Strong M6.1 earthquake hits off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan 
A strong and shallow earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.1 hit off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan at 03:16 UTC on April 4, 2024. The agency is reporting a depth of 40 km (25 miles). The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) is reporting M6.0 at a depth of 40 km.

This Is The Eclipse “Conspiracy Theory” That The Mainstream Media Doesn’t Want To Talk About
…there are certainly a lot of “theories” about this eclipse that are clearly not accurate, and the mainstream media has successfully debunked a number of them.  However, there is one “theory” regarding this eclipse that the mainstream media doesn’t want to talk about, and I will discuss that “theory” in this article.

Have You Heard About The 2 Gigantic Crosses That Stand At The Intersections Of The Eclipses?
…A 111 foot tall cross stands where the path of the Great American Eclipse of 2024 will intersect with the path of the Great American Eclipse of 2017 on April 8th. And a cross that is 77 feet and 7 inches tall stands where the path of the Great American Eclipse of 2024 will intersect with the path of the “ring of fire” solar eclipse of 2023 on April 8th. Is it just a coincidence that 2 giant crosses stand at the intersections of these eclipses? I don’t think so.

Here We Go: Scientists Warn Bird Flu Pandemic Could Be ‘100 Times Worse’ Than COVID-19
Amidst growing concerns, experts have cautioned that a bird flu pandemic may be looming on the horizon, one that could be catastrophic on a scale ‘100 times worse than Covid-19.’

I Am Grateful Today
Last night another set of storms ripped through Central Ohio. That is where I have lived my entire life. Columbus, our Capital City, sits in the middle of the state. Although Cleveland and Cincinnati are more likely to come to mind when you think of the Buckeye State, Columbus is the largest city in the state.

DOJ sues Utah for ‘discrimination based on gender dysphoria’ of transgender prisoner
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is suing the state of Utah, including the Utah Department of Corrections (UDOC), for allegedly discriminating against a transgender inmate who removed his own testicles after suffering from gender dysphoria.

Tuberculosis breaks out at Chicago migrant shelters following measles cases
Chicago health officials have announced that a “small number” of tuberculosis (TB) cases have been reported at some migrant facilities following a recent outbreak of measles among migrants living in the Windy City’s shelters.

Anti-Semites Insist Modern Jews Are Not Descendants Of Abraham, Isaac, And Jacob
The world continues to distance itself from Israel and the Jewish people, giving increasing credence to the prophecies of Zechariah 12.  The weed of Jew-hatred has found fertile soil in the various conspiracy theories spun about the Jewish people, spanning over centuries.

Israel beefs up air defenses, calls up troops as Iran payback for Syria strike looms
The IDF said on Wednesday that it bolstered its air defense array and had called up reservists, as the country girded for a potential Iranian response to a strike in Syria earlier this week in which several high-ranking Iranian military officials were killed.

Ukraine Lowers Age of Conscription by Two Years to Fill Troop Shortfalls
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has signed a law that lowers the country’s age of conscription by two years to make up for troop shortfalls. The new legislation lowers the age of mobilization from 25 to 27 years, meaning more young men will be removed from the struggling Ukrainian economy and sent off to the meatgrinder in anticipation of another Russia summer offensive.

Pestilences And Earthquakes
We are living in an era of endless disasters.  Over the past several years, we have been hit with one thing after another, and the pace of events seems to have picked up steam in 2024.  Just think of all the things we have seen in recent days.  There was the historic terror attack in Russia, then the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed, and then Israel’s strike on a building right next to Iran’s embassy in Damascus threatened to spark a major regional war.  Less than 24 hours ago, a catastrophic earthquake hit Taiwan, but that is already starting to fade from the news cycle because so much else is happening right now.

‘They Will Slit Your Throat’: Christian Migrants Sound the Alarm of the Islamic Threat Infiltrating Europe
The following expose shines a light on Europe’s struggle with Islamic terrorism, spotlighting the targeted violence against Christians, critical security lapses at thier borders, and the insidious rise of Islamic supremacism, culminating in a pressing call for decisive action against this multifaceted threat.

Humza Yousaf received the most complaints on the first day of Scotland’s new “hate crime” legislation
Since the controversial “hate crime” legislation came into effect on Monday it is reported that almost 4,000 complaints have been made to Police Scotland.  The police are reportedly dealing with 60 complaints on average per hour…“A lot of those complaints were about Humza Yousaf, on the same complaint about his parliamentary rant,” an insider told The Sun.

Australians are facing a new “climate criminal” – soil
A study published in the Nature Portfolio Journal warns that Australia’s soil is becoming a net carbon emitter and threatens to ruin the country’s net zero goals. “They claim that over the next 80 years, Australian soil … will release up to 100 megatons of CO2 into the atmosphere,” Sky News host James Macpherson said. “There you have it … dirt is now a major threat to the future of planet Earth. “I reckon some greenie councillor is going to make you concrete everything now that they know dirt is a climate criminal.”

The Indoctrination Brain – ‘The Most Evil Thing Ever Done’ 
A previously unidentified neurobiological mechanism of indoctrination that significantly alters personality has been unveiled by molecular geneticist Dr Michael Nehls. Dr. Nehls has spoken about his alarming findings of an unprecedented attack on mental freedom that occurred during COVID and claims that there is a “silent war” against the human brain already well underway.

Smithsonian agrees to pay students $50k after kicking them out for wearing pro-life hats
The American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) has reached a final settlement with the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum on behalf of a group of visitors discriminated against for wearing pro-life messages on their clothing, touting “one of the largest reported settlements ever against the federal government in a First Amendment case.”

FDA Study Confirms mRNA COVID Vaccines Immediately Increase the Risk of Infants suffering Seizures 
A study conducted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has found that giving the mRNA COVID-19 injection to children aged two to five immediately increases the risk of them suffering febrile seizures.