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Monday 18, June 2018
World War 3 fears ESCALATE as US 'BOMB' Syrian military site killing forces
A US-LED coalition aircraft has bombed a military base in eastern Syria, leading to deaths and injuries according to local media, in a move that could escalate tensions between President Assad's forces and the US. Syrian military have said there are a number of casualties after a US air-strike targeted a military position in al-Harri south East of Al-Boukamal in DeirEzzor. There are unconfirmed reports there were also Hezbollah and Iranian forces at the military base.
Palestinian Authority says US peace efforts 'doomed to fail' Show comments
US efforts to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are "doomed to fail", the Palestinian Authority, which has frozen contacts with Washington because of its perceived bias, said on Saturday. PA spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeina told reporters that a regional tour next week by White House adviser Jared Kushner and US President Donald Trump's special envoy for the Middle East, Jason Greenblatt, would produce "no results".
Gabbay hails public Sabbath desecration, haredim outraged
Zionist Union Chairman Avi Gabbay tweeted over Shabbat about a trip to the beach he made via an "alternative public transportation" system. In the afternoon, Gabbay wrote: "I'm now joining the families and young people waiting for the 'Yambus' in Be'er Sheva - a great organization for public transport on Shabbat, as it should be! Destination: Ashkelon beach".
Former CIA director compares Trump admin's 'zero tolerance' border policy to Nazi Germany Michael Hayden, the former Director of the CIA, stoked tensions on Saturday when he compared the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" illegal immigration border policy to policies implemented in Nazi Germany. "Other governments have separated mothers and children," Hayden wrote on Twitter, attaching a black-and-white image of Auschwitz, the most notorious Nazi concentration camp.
Pope Francis Likens Abortion to Nazi Eugenics Pope Francis likened abortion to Nazi eugenics practiced "with white gloves," and said the only real families are those based on marriage between a man and a woman, using uncharacteristically blunt language on two controversial moral issues. Addressing an Italian family association on Saturday, the pope equated the contemporary termination of pregnancies in response to fetal maladies or defects discovered through prenatal testing to the policies of Hitler's Germany.
Seventh-grade California teacher under investigation for showing anti-abortion videos to class
A seventh-grade California teacher who showed anti-abortion videos in class is now under investigation by the Sacramento City Unified School District. One of the videos, narrated by physician and anti-abortion activist Anthony Levatino, outlines the process for performing abortions and ask viewers to "protect the pre-born." The teacher also showed the class a video of rapper Nick Cannon thanking his mother for refusing to abort him.
Iran poised to resume enrichment at deep Fordow facility
After Iran warned it will leave the nuclear accord unless benefits are forthcoming, an atomic energy official in Tehran said that uranium enrichment would resume at Fordow - if that happens. Iranian President Rouhani issued that warning to his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday. On Wednesday, June 13, Iran's Atomic Energy Organization (AEOI) spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi stated in Tehran that new work would begin on the nuclear program on the orders of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
UN General Assembly to vote on anti-Israel resolution
The United Nations General Assembly at an emergency meeting on Gaza will vote on a resolution that condemns Israel for an "excessive use of force." The measure to be voted on Wednesday afternoon is backed by Arab countries and also calls for "protection of the Palestinian civilian population" in Gaza. It is similar to one that was introduced at the U.N. Security Council earlier this month that was vetoed by the United States
'Attacking Israel has become a favorite political sport'
U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, who presented a U.S. amendment to the resolution seeking to condemn Hamas for the violence on the Gaza border, spoke and condemned the General Assembly for continuing to single out Israel. "What makes Gaza different is that attacking Israel is their favorite political sport. The resolution is one sided, makes not one mention of Hamas which routinely initiates violence," she said.
Christian teacher booted for refusing to call girls by boys' names A school board in Indiana has formally decided to accept the "resignation" of a teacher who was ordered to adopt the transgender social agenda by using opposite sex names for students who wanted it that way. But it appears the fight is far from over, with officials with the Alliance Defending Freedom suggesting that the school handled its attack on John Kluge in a way that was "beyond bullying."
Unsolved: North Korea's persecution of Christians "Try as it might, North Korea's government has never wiped out Christianity," noted Faith McDonnell, the international religious liberty director for the Institute on Religion and Democracy. "Some experts say that there are as many as 400,000 secret believers, most of whom became Christians in China or through contact with Chinese or South Korean Christians. They live in constant threat of imprisonment or execution," she said after the summit in Singapore.
Robots can outsmart humans to make us SLAVES before complete extinction - expert warns
There is currently a worrying disagreement over what artificial intelligence scientists are working towards, according to Max Tegmark. The world-leading professor believes this could lead to grave consequences, having noted research into robots that are capable of enslaving humans. And, speaking at a technology conference for TedTalks, Max revealed there is currently conflict in the industry, as concerns rise that humans will not be able to keep up with the machines they create.
Tommy Robinson Fears For His Life After Being Moved to Heavily Muslim-Populated Prison Fears for the safety of Tommy Robinson are mounting after it was revealed that he has been moved to a heavily Muslim-populated prison in the United Kingdom and has already been on the receiving end of death threats. Robinson was jailed last month for a "breach of the peace" while live streaming a trial involving a Muslim rape gang outside Leeds Crown Court.
Wednesday 13, June 2018
USS Truman airborne strike group in place opposite Syria
In position off the Syrian coast is the nuclear-powered USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier - from which the US, UK and France launched their April 14 attack on the Syrian army for launching a chemical attack. The US Navy strike group entered the eastern Mediterranean over last weekend. US task force commander Rear Adm. Eugene Black announced that its arrival "sends a powerful signal to our partners that we are committed to maintaining peace and security in the region and everywhere that there is a threat of terrorism."
Palestinian Authority: We will continue to support terrorists and their families The Palestinian Authority (PA) government in Ramallah sent a defiant message to the United States and Israel on Monday regarding its support for terrorists and their families. Yusuf al-Mahmoud, spokesman for the PA government, said in this context that "there is no force in the world that can cause us to renounce our prisoners and the martyrs."
Iran envisions currency arrangements with China Facing U.S. pressures on its banking channels, Iran's economic minister said agreements were made with China to use their national currencies for trade. Iran's banking channels could be impacted by the sanctions pressures that would leave the country "battling to keep its economy alive," U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said.
Palestinian resistance focused on right of return Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh believes that the "March of Return" riots and the ongoing confrontations along the Gaza border with Israel are beginning to bring political dividends for Palestinian Arabs. Speaking Sunday at the funeral of a terrorist who was killed in the violent riots, Haniyeh said that "we are seeing the beginning of victory and the breaking of the siege thanks to the great March of the Return."
Austria to Stage Border Defense War Games After Migrant Surge Warning Austrian troops will carry out exercises preparing the nation's border defense against a migration influx later this month after Balkans police warned 80,000 third-world migrants are heading towards Western Europe. With up to 1,000 police officers, soldiers, and riot police set to take part in June, the drill will be Austria's largest ever border patrol exercise, according to Kronen Zeitung, Austria's best-selling newspaper.
What does God look like? Liberals and conservatives have different ideas, NC study finds
We now know what God might look like, or at least what a group of extremely brave psychologists are suggesting, based on research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Among the team's many conclusions: Liberals and conservatives see God differently... a lot differently. The end result is a mugshot that shows God is white, young and clean cut, not unlike someone from an 80s boy band.
Announces halt to US-SKorea 'war games'... Clasping hands and forecasting future peace, President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un committed Tuesday to "complete denuclearization" of the Korean Peninsula during the first meeting in history between a sitting U.S. president and a North Korean leader. Yet as Trump toasted the summit's results, he faced mounting questions about whether he got too little and gave away too much - including an agreement to halt U.S. military exercises with treaty ally South Korea.
Israeli Air Force ready to deal powerful blow "The chances of an initiated war developing against us in the north are low because there's a responsible adult. Putin won't allow anyone - neither us nor the Iranians - to sabotage his project to stabilize Syria," said former Air Force commander Maj. Gen. (res.) Amir Eshel at the University of Haifa senior economists' forum.
How Russian arms sales help to keep the Gulf divided
Military experts refer to the Russian-made S-400 SAM (surface-to-air missile) system as beyond compare, with one calling it "the most capable and lethal long-range air defense missile system on the planet". Nicknamed the Growler, this portable weapons system can engage virtually any aerial target, from ballistic missiles to stealth fighter jets to unmanned aerial vehicles, at a range of up to 400 kilometres. It is simply the best. The highly touted American Patriot system doesn't even come close.
Poll shows deep divisions between Israelis and American Jews
The survey of the American Jewish Committee showed 77 percent of Israelis approved of the president's handling of US-Israel relations, while only 34 percent of American Jews did. Fifty-seven percent of US Jews disapproved, while only 10 percent of Israelis did.
Israel launches surprise drill in Golan Heights The Israeli army on Sunday launched a surprise military drill in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights. "A short while ago, a large-scale surprise military exercise began in the Golan Heights area," the army said in a statement. "In addition, as part of the exercise the system to call up reservists was activated," it added.
Austria takes unprecedented stand against Islamic extremism Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced on Friday that the government is planning to shutter seven mosques and expel dozens of imams from the country. At a press conference, Kurz declared, "Parallel societies, political Islam and radicalization have no place in our country." Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache echoed: "This is just the beginning."
House members join Live Action to call for investigation into Planned Parenthood's cover-up of sexual abuse Live Action President Lila Rose joined Reps. Diane Black, Chris Smith, Mark Walker, and Steve King in a press conference today, June 7, 2018, to discuss Planned Parenthood's systemic cover-up of sexual abuse and the Protect Life Rule that would end Title X family planning funding for entities that perform, support, or refer for abortion. Live Action has uncovered police reports and court documents and gathered witness testimonies all confirming that Planned Parenthood has a long and deliberate history of aiding child abusers and sex traffickers.
U.N. Plot to Brainwash American Schoolchildren REVEALED
The United Nations just announced a new globalist plan to place American schools under international control, as part of a plan to make Americans pay for "one world government" brainwashing around the globe. "Children, young women and men are critical agents of change," the U.N. oozes in a related document. The New American reports...
Next week, delegates are expected to decide on approving a resolution at the convention's annual meeting in Dallas. The resolution would acknowledge that male leaders and members of the church have "wronged women, abused women, silenced women, objectified women," throughout its history, NBC News reported.
Israeli PM Netanyahu: Assad no longer immune if he harbors Iranian forces Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime is "no longer immune" from retaliation, Prime Minister Netanyahu warned during a visit to London on Thursday. "He is no longer immune, his regime is no longer immune. If he fires at us, we will destroy his forces," Netanyahu said, speaking at an event organized by the Policy Exchange think tank.
US to boost its military presence in Israel A broad-based US plan to fortify Israel's armed forces against a potential military showdown with Iran has just been approved by President Donald Trump, DEBKAfile reports exclusively from its military and Washington sources. It centers on the expansion of US military units based in Israel and the enhancement of Israel's military capabilities to withstand a possible Iranian ballistic missile attack.
US Sec. of State Pompeo: We won't allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared on Wednesday that Washington would not allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon. His comments came after Iran's nuclear chief, Ali Akbar Salehi, said that Iran would complete within a month the construction of a facility in its Natanz nuclear plant to build advanced centrifuges.
Iran opens new nuclear facility for centrifuge production Iran's nuclear chief has inaugurated the Islamic Republic's new nuclear enrichment facility at Natanz, which is geared toward producing centrifuges that will operate within the limits of the nuclear deal Tehran signed with world powers. Iranian state television broadcast an interview with Ali Akbar Salehi after nightfall on Wednesday, showcasing the facility at Natanz's uranium enrichment center.
Satan smiles: Suicide now 10th leading cause of death in USA... More than a decade of steadily rising rates have made suicide the nation's 10th leading cause of death and one of only three causes of death - including Alzheimer's disease and drug overdoses - that are increasing in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
CNN Is Now Claiming That The National Anthem Is 'Problematic'
CNN's Angela Rye, speaking with Jake Tapper, recently claimed that the national anthem is "problematic." This comes in light of President Trump disinviting the Philadelphia Eagles to the White House. Many of the players on the Eagles wanted to make a political statement by boycotting the event and embarrassing Trump.
EXCLUSIVE: Facebook, Amazon, Google And Twitter All Work With Left-Wing SPLC Four of the world's biggest tech platforms have working partnerships with a left-wing nonprofit that has a track record of inaccuracies and routinely labels conservative organizations as "hate groups." Facebook, Amazon, Google and Twitter all work with or consult the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in policing their platforms for "hate speech" or "hate groups," a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation found.
Top Vatican cardinal to join elite globalists in secretive 'Bilderberg' meeting A top Vatican cardinal will join globalist elites from Western Europe and America in a secretive behind-closed-doors meeting this week to discuss the populist rise in Europe as well as the U.S. midterm elections, among other things. The Bilderberg meetings have been used as a forum for world elites since 1954 to further their vision for the world. Attendees are free to use information from the discussions. No one is allowed to reveal who said what.
Wednesday 06, June 2018
Iran to increase uranium enrichment. US-Israeli strike on nuclear facilities comes closer Iran is to inform the UN nuclear watchdog in Vienna on Tuesday, June 6, of its decision to increase uranium (UF6) enrichment capacity in response to the US exit from the 2015 nuclear accord. DEBKAfile reported on May 24 that if Iran returned to expanded uranium enrichment, the US and Israel would prepare to attack its enrichment facilities and other key nuclear facilities to prevent the Islamic Republic from resuming its progress towards a nuclear weapon capability. Now that Tehran is taking that step, it is up to President Donald Trump to decide on America's response.
NATO ally reveres Hitler: 'I wish he had killed all of' the Jews Scores of tweets praising Hitler and Nazism illustrate the increase in anti-Semitism in Turkey under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his ruling AKP party. Now in power for 15 years, Erogan is unraveling the legacy of the founder of modern Turkey, Ataturk, who dismantled the Islamic Ottoman Empire and rebuilt it as a secular nation state.
U.N. continues wearing blinders, ignores attacks on Israelc A pro-Israel activist is praising U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley for vetoing an anti-Israel resolution by the U.N. Security Council. The resolution was submitted by Kuwait, a non-permanent member of the Security Council, and called for "international protection" for the Palestinian people. It called on U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to submit a report within 60 days on ways to ensure "the safety, protection and well-being of the Palestinian civilian population under Israeli occupation," including recommendations about "an international protection mechanism."
French mayor calls for help as police are losing control over the city The mayor of Toulon, Hubert Falco, has asked for police reinforcements after a "worrying outbreak of violence" in his city, France's Var-Matin reports. Falco asked France's Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior for police backup after an escalating number of gang related shootings.
Public urged to fight devious plan to ban Bible Californians who don't want their lawmakers to ban the Bible, to criminalize counselors who help people with same-sex attractions and to dictate their moral values apparently will have one chance to tell them.
Massive Cloud of Flying Midges Descends on Cleveland, Visible on Weather Radars
In what has become an annual ritual in Northeast Ohio in June, the Lake Erie midges have descended upon the area, traveling in swarms large enough to show up on weather radars in Cleveland. The tiny mosquito-like insects are more of a nuisance than a danger, but area meteorologists and residents had plenty to say about them nonetheless.
Maker of fearsome animal robots slowly emerges from stealth... It's never been clear whether robotics company Boston Dynamics is making killing machines, household helpers, or something else entirely. For nine years, the secretive firm - which got its start with US military funding - has unnerved people around the world with YouTube videos of experimental robots resembling animal predators. In one, a life-size robotic wildcat sprints across a parking lot at almost 20 miles an hour.
The Satanic Temple accuses Twitter of religious discrimination
Twitter has come under fire from The Satanic Temple, a nontheistic religious group, after the social network suspended the accounts of the organization and its founder, Lucien Greaves. The Satanic Temple has filed a complaint with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination accusing Twitter of selectively targeting the group over its religious beliefs, the organization announced last Wednesday.
Bilderberg Globalists Concerned About Populist Uprising in Europe Bilderberg globalists are concerned about the populist uprising sweeping Europe. The annual elitist confab is set to meet this week in Turin, an appropriate venue given that Italy has just elected an anti-mass migration, eurosceptic coalition government. According to the group's official website, the number one topic of conversation at this year's secretive meeting will be "populism in Europe".
Court of Appeals: 'In God We Trust' on money isn't endorsement of religion
A court has ruled that the motto, "In God We Trust," on money doesn't amount to a religious endorsement, so it doesn't violate the U.S. Constitution. The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin reports the finding Thursday by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago comes in a lawsuit brought by a self-declared Satanist, Kenneth Mayle. The Chicagoan argued the motto propagates a religious view he opposes.
New Gaza flareup: Four more Palestinian rocket volleys spark 15 Israel airstrikes Gaza Palestinians violated their own ceasefire Saturday night, June 2, after just three days, making naught of Israel's claim of deterrence. For the latest round in their three-month offensive, the Palestinians Saturday night switched to a more frugal method: instead of letting dozens of single rockets loose across a wide swathe of southern Israel, they launched small volleys at their unfortunate neighbors.
NATO Chief: No Help for Israel If Iran Attacks BERLIN - NATO's secretary-general says the alliance wouldn't come to Israel's defense in case of attack by arch enemy Iran. Jens Stoltenberg told the magazine Der Spiegel in comments published Saturday that Israel is a partner, but not a member and that NATO's "security guarantee" doesn't apply to Israel. Stoltenberg says NATO isn't involved in Mideast peace efforts or in conflicts in the region.
Saudi warns of military action if Qatar gets Russian missiles Saudi Arabia has threatened military action against Qatar if it goes ahead and acquires Russia's top of the range S-400 air defence missile system, Le Monde daily reported. Citing information it had obtained, Le Monde said Friday that Riyadh had written to French President Emmanuel Macron asking him to intervene to prevent the deal going ahead and to help preserve regional stability.
Supreme Court rules narrowly for Colorado baker who wouldn't make same-sex wedding cake
The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, in one of the most closely watched cases of the term. In a 7-2 decision, the justices set aside a Colorado court ruling against the baker -- while stopping short of deciding the broader issue of whether a business can refuse to serve gay and lesbian people.
Iran is the Culprit Behind Tuesday's Gaza Rocket Barrage, Israel says Israel is pointing a finger at Iran for being behind the most serious escalation on it's southern front in four years. Less than a month after Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps fired 32 rockets toward Israel's northern Golan Heights, the Iranian-funded Islamic Jihad along with Hamas fired some 180 Iranian-made 120-mm. mortar shells and 107-mm. rockets toward communities in southern Israel.
Hamas launches over 100 missiles, Israel retaliates and strikes 65 targets
IAF fighter jets, attack helicopters, and aircraft struck 25 military targets belonging to the Hamas terror organization in Gaza overnight Tuesday, the IDF Spokesperson's Unit said. The target strikes included sheds of drones used for terror purposes, a rocket manufacturing workshop, advanced naval weaponry, military compounds, training facilities, and a munitions manufacturing site.
Tommy Robinson Drew Attention to Islamic 'Grooming Gangs', Britain has Persecuted Him Tommy Robinson is a British political activist and "citizen journalist" who came to prominence in Britain almost a decade ago when he founded the English Defence League. The EDL was a street-protest movement in Britain whose aims could probably best be summarized as "anti-Islamization." It emerged in the town of Luton after a group of local Islamists barracked the homecoming parade of a local regiment returning from service in Afghanistan.
According to the researchers, an American and a Swiss scientist, their study of DNA suggests that 100,000 animals first appeared at roughly the same time - not gradually over millions of year.
Wednesday 30, May 2018
Israel source: Russia to back Israel against Iran in Syria
Israel and Russia have been supporting opposing sides in the Syrian war but according to sources in Israel the two countries have reached a "dramatic understanding" whereby Moscow will concede to virtually every single demand made by Tel Aviv.
Israel: 'We are near the threshold of war'
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said Tuesday that the IDF would not hesitate to attack any place from which rockets were fired at Israel. "Every place from which the terrorist organizations fire into Israeli territory is a legitimate target for the air force to attack, with all that entails.
Israel's Syria operations against Iran and Hizballah goes into next stage
Israel is broadening the scope of its war on Iran and Hizballah in Syria to additional regions and even possibly outside its boundaries. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spelled this out at Israel's weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday, May 27: "We are working to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, against Iran's consolidated military presence against us, and operating against the transfer of deadly weapons from Syria to Lebanon or their manufacture in Lebanon. All of these weapons are for use against the State of Israel and it is our right - based on the right of self-defense - to prevent their manufacture or transfer."
UN peacekeepers to 'protect' Gaza?
The United Nations Security Council is expected to vote later this week on a resolution calling for the deployment of international forces in the Gaza Strip which would, according to the draft, "provide protection for Palestinian citizens".
Bible studies prevail over Calif. homeowners assoc.
After a homeowners association banned Christians from holding Bible studies and other faith-based gatherings in common areas of a retirement community in California, attendees challenged and won the dispute to receive a settlement. The Christian legal group, Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) - which specializes in religious freedom issues - argued that the Solera retirement community located at Kern Canyon in Bakersfield, California, violated the Bible study groups' constitutional right to practice and exercise their Christian faith.
Supreme Court allows Arkansas abortion restrictions to stand
The Supreme Court refused Tuesday to hear a case brought by Planned Parenthood that sought to challenge an Arkansas law restricting medication-induced abortions. The law requires any medication abortion provider who "gives, sells, dispenses, administers, or otherwise provides or proscribes the abortion-inducing drug" to have a signed contract with a physician who has "active admitting privileges and gynecological/surgical privileges at a hospital designated to handle any emergencies associated with the use or ingestion of the abortion-inducing drug."
Soros Sees New Global Financial Crisis Brewing, EU Under Threat
The "termination" of the nuclear deal with Iran and the "destruction" of the transatlantic alliance between the EU and the U.S. are "bound to have a negative effect on the European economy and cause other dislocations," including a devaluing of emerging-market currencies, Soros said in a speech in Paris on Tuesday. "We may be heading for another major financial crisis."
Elizabeth Warren praises communist China 'long-term whole-of-government' strategy Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren would rather praise communist China than the President of the United States. The 2020 presidential hopeful and darling of the left appeared on CBS This Morning to hawk her new book when host John Dickerson brought up North Korea and the progress President Trump's made in pressuring the rouge nation to denuclearize its military.
According to Lebanese media outlets, Israel Air Force jets were met by Russian Su-34 fighters over Lebanon and were forced to return to Israeli airspace. The IDF has refused to confirm the report.
Russia: No Iranian forces on Israeli border Iran's allies are mulling limitations on Revolutionary Guard activity in Syrian territory, and may have already begun blocking Iranian access to military facilities in the hopes of avoiding future confrontations with Israel.
Russia's Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, suggested Monday afternoon that his country would accept Israel's demand that Iranian forces not occupy positions close to the Israeli border.
Israel Attacked Syria From Lebanon, Hezbollah's Nasrallah Says
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said Friday Israel attacked Syria from Lebanese airspace overnight, adding that "every day the Israeli enemy enters our airspace." Israel announced last week it was the first country to deploy the F-35 in operational combat, and a photo of the stealth bomber over Beirut was broadcast on Israeli media.
Ireland overwhelmingly votes to overturn abortion ban, reject unborn's right to life
Yesterday, Irish citizens voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution, legalizing abortion in Ireland. The Eighth Amendment, adopted in 1983, recognized the equal right to life of a preborn child and his or her mother. The vote to repeal these pro-life protections means that legislators in Ireland can now legalize abortions up to birth for any reason. Following the decision, children in Ireland tragically now do not have the right to life until birth. Estimates are that 10,000 more preborn babies will die in abortions each year.
Trump admin officially announces cuts to Planned Parenthood funding
Last week, the Trump administration announced its intention to cut taxpayer funding from Planned Parenthood and other abortion facilities. Yesterday, the proposal became official. The administration released a document outlining the proposed rule, which will go into effect after a 60-day waiting period, as is standard.
Announcer says no national anthem before softball game; crowd sings it anyway
Before Clovis High played Buchanan for the Central Section softball championship, the announcer stated there wouldn't be a national anthem prior the Friday night game. Those in attendance at Fresno State's Margie Wright Diamond weren't having any of that. Following a loud chorus of boos, the patriotic crowd decided to stand up and begin singing the "The Star-Spangled Banner" a cappella. Many removed their hats and placed their hand over their heart. Others simply stood tall with pride.
Twin infants die after hospital refuses to save them despite mother's pleas
In a heartbreaking video released by Created Equal, Amanda, the mother of premature twin boys Emery and Elliot, can be heard pleading for her sons' lives. In June of 2017, Amanda was experiencing bleeding when she went to Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, at 22 weeks and two days gestation. Medical staff informed her that if her babies were born before 22 weeks and five days gestation, they would not resuscitate them. Three days later, at exactly 22 weeks and five days gestation, Amanda gave birth to Emery and Elliot, and though the boys moved, breathed, and even cried, the doctors still refused to help them.
Friday 25, May 2018
Report: International coalition hits Syrian army positions Warplanes from the U.S.-led international coalition targeted two Syrian army positions in the eastern Syrian desert overnight Wednesday, Reuters reported, citing a military media unit run by the Hezbollah group. The unit, a Damascus ally, said the strikes took place near T2, an energy installation located near the border with Iraq and about 100 kilometers (60 miles) west of the Euphrates river where the coalition is backing ground forces against Islamic State (ISIS).
Trump cancels summit with North Korean leader, places US armed forces on the ready
The White House letter to North Korea's Kim Jong-un on Thursday, May 24, regretted a "missed opportunity and a truly sad moment in history." President Donald Trump called off his meeting with the North Korean leader scheduled for June 12 in Singapore, after Pyongyang insulted Vice President Mike Pence as a "political dummy' and issued threats, including, "We are just as ready to meet in a nuclear confrontation as at the negotiating table."
Facebook accused of conducting mass surveillance through its apps
Facebook used its apps to gather information about users and their friends, including some who had not signed up to the social network, reading their text messages, tracking their locations and accessing photos on their phones, a court case in California alleges. THE ANTICHRIST WILL CERTAINLY USE SOCIAL MEDIA COMPANIES LIKE FACEBOOK TO SPY ON THOSE LEFT BEHIND.
Half Human - Half Chicken abomination created in US lab
A TEAM of stem cell researchers have done the seemingly impossible and successfully combined artificial human cells with the embryo of a chicken in a shock new experiment aimed at trying to better understand developing life. Until now, scientists have been unable to answer how certain cells in a developing embryo decide to become muscles or limbs, while others become bones and nerves.
Valedictorian Ordered Not to Thank 'Jesus' During Graduation Speech The valedictorian at a high school in Illinois is considering legal action after officials barred him from referencing God and Jesus during his graduation speech. Sam Blackledge, 18, told Fox News' Todd Starnes he was nearly brought to tears when West Prairie High School administrators asked him to censor the speech - in which he planned to thank God for his accomplishments - 10 minutes before presentation.
A Syrian-Hizballah buildup for a leap on Jordan's border, cause for US, Israeli concern
A large Syrian army/Hizballah force is massing at Izra in the southern Daraa region poised to fight through to the Jordanian border and come within reach of Quneitra. This is reported by DEBKAfile's military sources. The big Izra base also houses the Iranian command for eastern Syria. Bashar Assad has freed up substantial military strength for his drive to capture the south after beating back rebel forces from the Damascus area and proclaiming it under his control.
Iranian commander threatens Pompeo A senior Iranian military commander on Tuesday threatened that Iranians would punch U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in the mouth, a day after the top American diplomat announced that Washington would impose unprecedented sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Iran:'Our military is more prepared than ever for war' The chief of the Iranian military warned that his country was "more prepared now than ever" for hostilities, defying the United States after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the Trump administration would impose "strongest sanctions in history" on the Tehran regime.
Evergreen College students back at it with 'No White People' day
Evergreen State College, the Olympia, Washington, place of higher learning — and that phrase "higher learning" is used here loosely — that made mid-2017 national news for its black students' demands for all whites to leave campus for a much-needed day of time-out on Caucasians is at it again. The so-called "Day of Absence" has resurfaced. Once again, black students are drawing attention to the whole racism thing by hosting events that require whites to stay outside the door.
After The Media Insists Palestinians Are 'Peacefully Protesting,' Hamas Confirms 'No, They're Not'
Senior Hamas official Mahmoud al-Zahhar said the riots on the Israel-Gaza border are "not peaceful resistance" but rather, are supported by its "military force," reports The Washington Free Beacon.
"This is not peaceful resistance," al-Zahhar said. "Has the option [of armed struggle] diminished? No. On the contrary, it is growing and developing. That's clear."
The video was flagged and translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute and the interview occurred on the Al Jazerra network in Qatar on May 13.
WATCH: Journalists Repeatedly Call Cuba Embassy 'Historic' And Jerusalem Embassy 'Controversial' The United States officially moved its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem on Monday, and the liberal news outlets covered as you would expect them too. Almost all of the cable news talk show hosts, besides Fox News, said that the new Jerusalem embassy was "controversial" while praising the U.S. embassy in Cuba as "historic," reports The Washington Free Beacon.
Many new's coverage of the embassy opening in Jerusalem this week was also played against the ongoing clashes between Palestinians and Israelis in Jerusalem and Gaza. All of the networks chose to highlight how the embassy opening had possibly caused these fights to increase and were only marked by controversy instead of the landmark that it was.
Amazing what radical leftists and Islamists have in common. And they're bringing it here Let's take a cruise through some of their similarities... Leftists want socialism to reign supreme via an all powerful controlling government. Islamists want the exact same thing. Just replace the words "Democratic Socialist president" with "Caliph." Exchange "Socialist Republic" with the word "Caliphate." One uses a distorted and modified Constitution while the other just calls it Sharia Law. Add it all together and you get the same result. A socialist fantasy world under the direction of an oppressive government.
South Africa's ruling party: Israel's actions 'Nazi-like' JTA - The African National Congress, South Africa's ruling political party, compared Israel's actions on the Gaza border to Nazi Germany's actions against the Jews. The ANC in a statement said it "views with complete shock and dismay the Israeli armed forces' massacre of peaceful Palestinian protesters."
Google Envisions Total Data Collection We here at AreWeLivingInTheLastDays.com wonder how the Antichrist will use Google and other tech companies like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc, to help him control the world. If you've already accepted Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior, you won't have to know.
The road to Hell in the Middle East: Gearing up for the third Gulf War
With Donald Trump's decision to shred the Iran nuclear agreement, announced last Tuesday, it's time for the rest of us to start thinking about what a Third Gulf War would mean. The answer, based on the last 16 years of American experience in the Greater Middle East, is that it won't be pretty.
Turkey urges Islamic world to unite against Israel, calls summit
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told his ruling party in parliament that Ankara would call an extraordinary summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). "Islamic countries should without fail review their relations with Israel," Premier Yildirim said, adding, "The Islamic world should move as one, with one voice, against this massacre."
IDF planes strike Hamas 'terror targets' in northern Gaza Strip
Israel carried out a series of airstrikes on Hamas "terror targets" in the northern Gaza Strip overnight Wednesday-Thursday, the IDF said, in response to machine gun fire that struck several homes in the Israeli city of Sderot, apparently fired from across the border. An army statement said the "terror targets belonging to Hamas" included four site on a Hamas military base and three at a weapons factory.
Iranian Group Offers $100,000 Reward for Bombing U.S. Jerusalem Embassy
An Iranian student group has said it will pay $100,000 to anyone who is able to destroy the newly opened U.S. embassy in Jerusalem. The embassy was opened yesterday, accompanied by protests in the Gaza Strip that saw at least 58 Palestinians killed by Israeli army snipers. President Donald Trump's decision to move the embassy to Jerusalem has drawn international condemnation and dealt a blow to hopes of any Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement.
'U.S. embassy relocation speeds up Israel's annihilation'
Ali Akbar Velayati, a top foreign policy adviser to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamanei, threatened Israel on Tuesday. Velayati declared that the relocation of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem speeds up the "annihilation of the Zionist regime", according to a report in the Tehran Times.
EU Commission: 'Europe Will Never be a Fortress, Mass Migration Here to Stay' Europe is set to absorb massive waves of migration "for the decades to come", the EU Commission has declared, vowing the continent will "never become a fortress". Speaking in Brussels on Wednesday, EU migration chief Dimitris Avramopoulos stressed that the European Commission would oppose any plans to build a fence on the Greek-Turkish border.
Millennials shift Democrats even farther to the left... You would think any political theory that resulted in the deaths of 100 million people would have been discredited by now, but socialism is back in style. The bicentennial of Karl Marx's birth has coincided with a groundswell of support for the communist theorist's ideas. Dozens of Democrats running for local office have embraced the socialist label, and national party leaders are advocating bigger government as they jockey for position on the left wing of the party.
Pope Francis: My Wish Is for Buddhists and Catholics to Grow 'Increasingly Closer'
Pope Francis told a Buddhist delegation from Thailand Wednesday that his desire was for Buddhists and Catholics to grow ever closer to each other.
"It is my heartfelt wish that Buddhists and Catholics will grow increasingly closer," Francis said, "advance in knowledge of one another and in esteem for their respective spiritual traditions, and offer the world a witness to the values of justice, peace, and the defense of human dignity."