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Thursday 09, July 2020

A Good Day for Religious Freedom
In two separate rulings on Wednesday, the Supreme Court came down on the side of religious freedom - one involving an Obamacare exemption, the other involving employment discrimination...

Amid Iran tensions, Israel said to ask US to speed up delivery of air refuelers
Israel has asked the US Department of Defense to speed up delivery of its KC-46 Pegasus aerial refueling aircraft, as tensions rise with Iran. In March the US Department of Defense announced approval to sell new KC-46 Pegasus aerial refueling aircraft to Israel, with delivery expected in four years.

Iran warns Israel: No attack will stop our nuclear program
Iran vowed on Tuesday to maintain its nuclear program despite Israel's alleged efforts to sabotage it, stressing that the recent explosion at the Natanz nuclear enrichment center was not going disrupt its pace. "The Israeli regime should be aware that creation of norm-breaking narrative on any attack against our nuclear facilities, even if it's only propaganda, is considered as stepping in the path of violating red lines of global peace and security," government spokesman Ali Rabiei said, according to the Israel Hayom newspaper.

Black Lives Matter Protest Joins 'Allah hu Akbar' Chanting Pro-Yemen Demonstration
On Sunday, hundreds of pro-Yemeni and Black Lives Matter protesters joined forces in London to demonstrate against "white" capitalism, systemic racism, and the war in Yemen.

Federal tax dollars funding anti-Israel sentiment on campuses says expert
A handful of congressional leaders are calling upon the Department of Education to keep a watchful eye on the potential misuse of taxpayer money at American universities. One Middle East expert is suggesting anti-Semitism may be at work in some of those cases.

Rep. Omar: America's 'Whole System of Oppression' Must Be Dismantled, Even 'In the Air We Breathe'
During a press conference on Tuesday, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-M.N.) said that the myriad "systems of oppression" that apparently exist in the United States, including "in the air we breathe," must be torn down. "But we can't stop at criminal justice reform or policing reform for that matter," Omar said. "We are not merely fighting to tear down the systems of oppression in the criminal justice system."

Biden Said He Would 'Absolutely' Redirect Some Police Funding
Former Vice President Joe Biden expressed his support for defunding the police department a month after saying he doesn't support defunding the police.

BLM leader proposes 5-year plan to totally eliminate police
Echoing the "five-year plan" model of the Cold War era, the Philadelphia arm of the Black Lives Matter movement is calling for the "complete abolition" of the police department in five years along with the elimination of military bases abroad.

Not all black lives matter to Black Lives Matter
It turns out that the agenda of Black Lives Matter, which includes fighting against the prevalence of police, endangers black lives far more than the presence of police. Just look at last week's stats on shootings in some of America's major cities.

Navy ban on attending church services draws ire
Ignoring President Donald Trump's declaration that houses of worship are "essential places that provide essential services," the U.S. Navy has banned all Navy personnel, including chaplains, from attending in-house church services in an effort to limit exposure of those personnel to COVID-19. Ironically, the Naval directive specifically approves other places where large numbers of people gather, including unlimited social gatherings, mass transportation, and long lines at the post office.

Monday 06, July 2020

IDF attacks underground Hamas infrastructure
IAF fighter jets and helicopters on Sunday evening attacked Hamas targets in the northern Gaza Strip. The IDF Spokesperson's Unit said that Hamas' underground infrastructure was attacked as well. The attack was carried out in retaliation for the rocket fire from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory earlier in the evening.

Mystery Blasts: Iran Confirms Target Was Advanced Uranium-Enrichment Centrifuges
Iran reported another in a series of unexplained explosions at the weekend, as officials confirmed that a previous incident last Thursday had targeted a key facility in the regime's nuclear program, a center where advanced centrifuges are being developed.

With Iran in its sights, Israel launches new spy satellite into orbit
Israel launched a new spy satellite into orbit from a launchpad in the center of the country early Monday morning, the Defense Ministry said. "The Defense Ministry and Israel Aerospace Industries successfully launched into space the reconnaissance satellite 'Ofek-16,' which entered into its orbit," the ministry said in a statement.

20,000 emails: Abortion activists flood state officials to keep clinics open

'What on earth is this?!' Store chain apologizes for promoting child porn
A grocery-story chain has apologized for promoting an "LGBT education pack" that parents said "normalized pedophilia." The packs that were emailed to primary- and secondary-aged schoolchildren by Asda, the British chain, which obtained them from the pro-LGBT organization Diversity Role Models.

Why the Dems have pitted blacks against the police
I have repeatedly argued that the reason the globalists played their Black Lives Matter riot-and-mayhem card on the day before the release of the fully exculpatory Michael Flynn transcript was to deflect public attention from Obamagate, which the Flynn transcript finally proved was conspiracy-fact and not theory. That explains the timing of the start of riots, but there's another, more diabolical reason the Democrats are goading BLM specifically into burning down their own cities and augmenting the (mostly peaceful) black forces with highly trained (and mostly white) Antifa storm troopers to ensure it happens.

Black Fla. sheriff to deputize gun owners if riots break out
With the backing of 18 other deputies, African American Sheriff Darryl Daniels vowed in a video that he will deputize gun owners in Clay County, Florida, if protesters decide to riot in his jurisdiction located southwest of Jacksonville. "Don't fall victim to subjecting yourself to this conversation that law enforcement is bad - that law enforcement is the enemy of the citizens that we're sworn to protect and serve," Daniels proclaimed in a 3-minute video posted to his department's Facebook page. "We swore an oath, and in that oath, we swore to support, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and the government, and that we're duly qualified under the state's Constitution to hold office. That is for me as a sheriff - and these men and women as deputy sheriffs – and we end that with, 'So help me God.'"

Christian college student questions BLM in viral video. Now college says she's no longer enrolled - after a 'disciplinary process.'
A young woman is no longer enrolled at a Christian college after she went viral for a video in which she criticized the Black Lives Matter movement. After she reportedly endured a "disciplinary process," the school says she no longer attends the university. What are the details?

Wednesday 01, July 2020

U.S. fighter jets intercept 4 Russian military planes near Alaska
U.S. fighter jets intercepted four Russian military planes flying off the Alaskan coast Saturday, according to the North American Aerospace Defense Command. F-22 fighter jets intercepted four Russian Tu-142 planes flying 65 nautical miles south of the Alaskan Aleutian islands Saturday, NORAD said. The Russian military planes remained in the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone for eight hours without entering United States or Canadian sovereign airspace.

Why Egypt is staying quiet on Israel's West Bank annexation plan
Two weeks ago, Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman al-Safadi flew by helicopter to visit Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in his presidential palace in Ramallah. His Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shoukry, was also invited along. Photos from the event were meant to feature two of Israel's neighbors at Abbas's side. Both nations have fought multiple wars with Israel, both have signed historic peace treaties with the Jewish state, and both would reaffirm their commitment to the Palestinian cause and opposition to Israel's planned annexation of parts of the West Bank.

Sovereignty in the Jordan Valley must come first
s Israel really hesitating to grab the opportunity presented by the U.S. "Peace to Prosperity" plan? There are troubling signs that this might be the case. First, the plan to apply sovereignty to parts of Judea and Samaria and the Jordan Valley involved 30 percent of the territory. Then came the idea of extending sovereignty in phases - a bad idea that only invites rounds of violence and terrorism. Now, it appears we've sunk even lower, as Arab officials have said that the sovereignty bid will exclude the Jordan Valley, and that any move made in Judea and Samaria will only be symbolic.

Shellenberger: On Behalf Of Environmentalists, I Apologize For The Climate Scare
The following is the full text of an opinion piece written by climate activist and energy expert Michael Shellenberger which was originally published by Forbes but pulled a few hours later...

Blindsided by Chief Justice Roberts, pro-lifers vow to 'keep fighting'
Pro-life activists are vowing to keep fighting for the unborn after their movement was hit with a surprise ruling by the nation's highest court. In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics in the state. The law requires abortionists to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, a requirement the court said violates abortion rights.

Fauci Warns of 100k New Cases a Day
The U.S. is "going in the wrong direction" with the coronavirus surging badly enough that Dr. Anthony Fauci told senators Tuesday some regions are putting the entire country at risk - just as schools and colleges are wrestling with how to safely reopen. With about 40,000 new cases being reported a day, Fauci, the government's top infectious disease expert, said he "would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 a day if this does not turn around."

State GOP calls on 'racist' Democratic Party to change name
Amid the frenzied movement to remove historic symbols of racism and oppression, the Connecticut Republican Party is calling on its chief rival to get rid of the name "Democratic Party," citing in a resolution "the hundreds of years of racial oppression, violence, and multiple violations of human rights." "We believe it is vital that every citizen know the truth about the so-called party of inclusion and acceptance," said the state GOP Chairman J.R. Romano in a press release reported by Breitbart News.

Judge Rules in Favor of Catholics, Jews to Temporarily Stop NY Restrictions on Religious Gatherings
A federal judge said that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) "exceeded" the limits of their executive office by putting unfair restrictions on religious services and by failing to condemn mass protests during the coronavirus pandemic.

Black sportscaster launches into Black Lives Matter
Discussing a report that the NBA plans to paint "Black Lives Matter" on courts and allow social justice messages on jerseys, a black co-host for a Fox Sports 1 show cautioned the league to make room for contrary opinions. Marecellus Wiley explained that there's a free-speech component to embracing a particular message, wondering how much "space" is allowed for people who disagree with the objectives of the organization Black Lives Matter.

Soccer team ditches national anthem for Guthrie folk tune
"This Land is Your Land" by Woody Guthrie was the selected substitute song at the home match for the Athletics, Tulsa's semi-pro National Premier League's team. Some who know their history are pointing out how that is problematic due to the reportedly Communist themes within the original version of Guthrie's tune.

Monday 29, June 2020

Abortion Has Killed More Black Americans Than Crime, Accidents, Cancer or AIDS
"In the United States, the abortion rate for black women is almost 4 times that of white women. On average, 870 black babies are aborted every day in the United States. This tragedy continues to impact the population levels of African-Americans in the United States. The abortion racial disparity holds true when the focus is on Michigan statistics as well." In announcing the new web page, Right to Life of Michigan said, "More than crime. More than accidents. More than cancer, heart disease and AIDS. Abortion has taken more black American lives than any other cause of death since 1973."

In this 8-minute video below, Bill Salus responds to his critics about the Psalm 83 prophetic war...

The Historical Authenticity of the Scripture...
As pointed out during our examination of Exhibit #1, one of the attributes unique to Christianity is that it is founded upon actual, historical events rather that just on its ethical teachings. If Buddha were proved to have been a compilation of ancient figures, it would have little effect on modern Buddhism. It is what Buddhism teaches that is important, not its founder. And while Islam's founder is the key element to that religion, both the Koran and Islamic Law were written and developed by followers of Mohammed after his death.

Ukrainian Jews return to Israel from exile, fulfill prophesy
After spending thousands of years in exile, Ukrainian Jews are fulfilling millennia-old biblical prophesy by returning to Israel - a process called "aliyah" in Hebrew. Last week, more than 130 Jews from the Ukraine began a new life after arriving at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, as foretold in the Bible.

"There has never been a people who have been exiled for so long who then returned to their homeland - returned to "their language," International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) President Yael Eckstein pointed out, according to CBN News. "And so, there's the prophetic reality of this that's so huge - that each one of these people, Isaiah saw... Jeremiah saw. They saw them."

9 Iran-backed fighters killed in 2nd raid in Syria in 24 hours
Airstrikes targeting positions of Iran-backed militias in eastern Syria killed nine fighters on Sunday in the second such raid in 24 hours, a war monitor said. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Israel was "likely responsible" for the strikes near the Iraqi border. The strikes took place in Al-Siyal desert in the Albukamal countryside, east of Deir Ezzor, the monitor said.They came hours after a similar raid killed six other Tehran-backed fighters, raising the total toll to 15 killed in 24 hours, according to the monitor

Israel cancels 'God TV's Evangelical Christian channel
The license for Shelanu TV, the Hebrew-language Christian evangelical TV channel which has been accused of seeking to proselytize in Israel, has been suspended. Shelanu TV, owned by parent company God TV, began broadcasting in Israel on the Hot cable network at the end of April after it received a license from the Council for Cable and Satellite Broadcasting earlier this year.

Out with the police... in with 'Sharia patrols'?
A Messianic Jewish leader is warning that if left unchecked, an evil alliance in Minnesota could result in complete devastation of the Twin Cities. In the wake of the May 25th death of George Floyd while being arrested in Minneapolis, there have been calls to completely disband the Minneapolis Police Department. In fact, the Minneapolis City Council voted unanimously today approving a radical proposal to change the city charter to allow dismantling of the city's police department.

'Window is closing' for US to get coronavirus under control, Trump's HHS secretary warns
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar warned Sunday that the "window is closing" for the United States to get the coronavirus pandemic under control, as confirmed cases are surging in a majority of the country and some states are dealing with record numbers of hospitalizations. "Things are very different from two months ago... So it is a very different situation, but this is a very, very serious situation and the window is closing for us to take action and get this under control," Azar told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union."

'I saw the devil': Many COVID-19 patients have terrifying delirium
Kim Victory was paralyzed on a bed and being burned alive. Just in time, someone rescued her, but suddenly, she was turned into an ice sculpture on a fancy cruise ship buffet. Next, she was a subject of an experiment in a lab in Japan. Then she was being attacked by cats.

Is America becoming a police state?
In Washington, D.C., heavily armed riot police, national guard units and a veritable alphabet soup of federal agencies clashed with peaceful protesters at the behest of a president keen on projecting strength through force. These scenes evoked the well-worn playbook of authoritarian states from across the globe. A Black Hawk helicopter and other aircraft, Humvees and hundreds of armed "troops" spread across the streets of the democratic capital of the world could have been mistaken for scenes of a crackdown in one of the world's many autocracies.

Thursday 25, June 2020

Trump adviser: Arab backlash against annexation plan is "overblown"
A "big announcement" from Trump is coming soon on Israel's planned annexation of parts of the West Bank, said senior presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway on Wednesday, June 24 at the White House. Downplaying the opposition, she remarked: "He moves the embassy to Jerusalem, the Arab world is going to disappear. Thank God that wasn't true. There's always this scare tactic… of all the bad that's going to happen and then it doesn't happen," she noted. "All the calamity scenarios in the past are gone. Let's just see, because he [President Donald Trump] wants to be an agent for peace in the Middle East and he's trying to do that."

Former Ambassador: Sovereignty can be applied despite world's threats
Former Ambassador Alan Baker, the director of the Institute for Contemporary Affairs at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, spoke to Arutz Sheva on Tuesday following the participation of the UN's Middle East envoy, Nickolay Mladenov, at a rally against sovereignty organized by the Palestinian Authority (PA).

Trump: Some Troops Leaving Germany Will Move to Poland - 'A Very Strong Signal to Russia'
President Trump on Wednesday confirmed that his plan to halve the number of U.S. troops in Germany is linked to an agreement reached with his Polish counterpart last year to send additional troops to Poland.

Speaking at the White House Rose Garden alongside Polish President Andrzej Duda, Trump pointed out that Poland was one of just nine members of the 30-strong NATO alliance to be meeting its "monetary obligations" - a reference to an agreement by all allies to dedicate at least two percent of national GDP to defense spending.

Senate Intelligence Committee pushes for public analysis from government about UFOs
The Senate Intelligence Committee voted to mandate that the Pentagon and intelligence agencies collaborate to produce a public analysis on reports about unidentified flying objects, known as "unidentified aerial phenomenon."

The provision that the committee, led by Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, voted on is part of the intelligence authorization bill, which is dated June 17, according to Politico. The bill must still be voted on by the entire Senate before the UFO provision is binding.

IMF says global economic collapse caused by coronavirus will be even worse than feared
The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday painted a bleak portrait of the global economy, saying the coronavirus pandemic has caused more widespread damage than expected and will be followed by a sluggish recovery. The global economy will shrink this year by 4.9%, worse than the 3% decline predicted in April, the IMF said.

Vandals Topple, Partially Destroy Memorial Fountain Dedicated to Holocaust Survivors
As left-wing radicals topple statues and deface buildings they do not like, someone or a group of people vandalized and partially destroyed a memorial fountain in Santa Rosa, Calif., dedicated to survivors of the Holocaust.

Massive Sahara desert dust plume closing in on the United States
A massive plume of dust from the Sahara desert in northern Africa has been traversing the atmosphere, thousands of feet above the tropical Atlantic Ocean, and is now cloaking the Caribbean and closing in on the southeastern United States. While summer dust plumes are a common occurrence, this appears to be one of the most extreme in recent memory. It's so large it has been nicknamed the Gorilla Dust Cloud.

Wednesday 24, June 2020

Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi: Iran now most dangerous country in the region
During an IDF ceremony last Thursday, Chief of Staff Kochavi said, among other things that "Iran has become the most dangerous country in the Middle East, having made what he termed "considerable progress in its nuclear program," but that "Iran's nuclear capability is no longer its only threat."

"Iran also holds conventional weapons. It assists and finances our first circle of enemies headed by Hezbollah, influences and assists Hamas and the Islamic Jihad and is responsible for attempted terrorist attacks against Israel in a number of spheres, both near and far." "In light of this, an IDF division charged with round-the-clock monitoring developments in [Iran] has been established," he added.

Hezbollah releases new video, threatening Israel
The Hezbollah terror organization on Saturday published a video clip praising its ability to launch missiles at Israel. The clip includes details on various sites in Israel. "Today we can not only hit the city of Tel Aviv, but also, if G-d wills it and with His help, we can hit very precise targets within Tel Aviv," the video claims.

US mulling phased annexation, starting with areas close to Jerusalem – report
Concerned about the collateral damage that could follow from allowing Israel to move ahead with its planned annexation of areas of the West Bank, Washington is reportedly considering backing the annexation of only of a handful of settlements close to Jerusalem.

Netanyahu's annexation. Can he fit a square peg into a round hole?
US presidential adviser Jared Kushner won't want to let PM Binyamin Netanyahu get away with setting the Palestinian issue aside for another day when he announces Israel sovereignty on parts of the West Bank in seven days' time. Kushner is playing a lead role in the White House discussion prior to the announcement. It is also attended by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman and Avi Berkowitz.

Palestinian Authority to present UN resolution against sovereignty
Saeb Erekat, Secretary General of the Palestine Liberation Organization, said on Monday that the Palestinian Authority (PA) is preparing to present a draft resolution to the United Nations Security Council against the Israeli plan to apply sovereignty over parts of Judea and Samaria.

Speaking to Voice of Palestine radio and quoted by the Xinhua news agency, Erekat said that the upcoming Security Council meeting will discuss the developments in the region, and especially the Israeli sovereignty plan.

Russia is holding a massive show of military might in Moscow, and it's crucial for Putin
Russia is holding its annual Victory Day parade in Moscow on Wednesday, commemorating the 75th anniversary of Nazi Germany's capitulation in World War II. As well as a day of national celebration, the parade allows Russia to show off the range of its military personnel and equipment to the world. More than that, however, the event is seen as a way for President Vladimir Putin to cement Russian patriotism and his power base.

Activist Shaun King Calls for Statues of 'White European Jesus' to Come Down
As Black Lives Matters protesters have targeted and torn down the statues of Confederate soldiers and any other historical figure they deem to be racist, leftist activist Shaun King is calling for "the statues of the white European" Jesus to be torn down.

Oregon county issues directive for everyone to wear face masks - except 'people of color' who are worried about racial profiling

There Has Been A Slew Of Violent Attacks Against White People. None Have Been Prosecuted As Hate Crimes. Why Not?

Monday 22, June 2020

Greg Laurie, Sen. Tim Scott on God's solution for justice reform
Amidst heightened racial tensions over the recent killings of two black men by white police officers, renowned evangelist Greg Laurie and African American Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) insist that true justice reform can only be reached through the exercise of faith in God. The prominent Christians brought up the topic as members of the United States Senate prepare to roll out the "Justice Act" – the Republican Party's most intense proposal for policing reform in years that addresses the concerns voiced through the protests and rioting over police violence against blacks.

Hezbollah releases new video, threatening Israel
The Hezbollah terror organization on Saturday published a video clip praising its ability to launch missiles at Israel. The clip includes details on various sites in Israel. "Today we can not only hit the city of Tel Aviv, but also, if G-d wills it and with His help, we can hit very precise targets within Tel Aviv," the video claims.

White House to discuss whether to give Israel 'green light' for sovereignty
The White House is expected to hold high-level meetings this week to discuss whether to give the Israeli government a "green light" to apply sovereignty over Judea and Samaria, Barak Ravid of Channel 13 News reported on Saturday, citing American and Israeli sources. The meetings are expected to take place Monday or Tuesday and include senior White House adviser Jared Kushner, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien and US ambassador to Israel David Friedman, who is expected to travel to Washington to attend.

Ron Dermer: 'Sovereignty will shatter the two-state illusion - not the two-state solution'
In an op-ed published in the Washington Post, Israeli Ambassador to the US Ron Dermer wrote that "the extension of Israeli sovereignty to certain territories in Judea and Samaria will not, as many critics suggest, destroy the two-state solution. But it will shatter the two-state illusion." "In doing so," Dermer explained, "it will open the door to a realistic two-state solution and get the peace process out of the cul-de-sac it has been stuck in for two decades."

Israel lauds IAEA bid to expose Iran's "blatant nuclear violations "
Tehran denounced France, Britain and Germany for leading the nuclear watchdog's call on Iran for prompt access to two suspected undeclared nuclear sites at the IAEA board meeting on Friday, June 19. The resolution, the first outright condemnation of Iran by the nuclear watchdog since 2012, was carried against the votes of Russia and China and seven abstentions.

Grotto responds to Intel warning: Covid-19 surge must be fought
"You can call it a second wave or not, but coronavirus infection is surging at the rate of 300 a day and must be curbed," said Prof. Itamar Grotto, Health Ministry Ass Dir Gen., on Sunday, June 21, in response to the Intelligence Directorate's forecast of a thousand new cases a day in July and hundreds of dead. While urging more restrictions, he insisted: "We can't turn the situation back and we must keep the economy open." The professor went on to say. "We must all learn to live in the shadow of coronavirus while fighting it as best we can with epidemiological testing and research, pinning down sources of infection and wearing face masks.

More than two dozen states report coronavirus surges as Trump administration prepares for possible second wave
A White House adviser said Sunday that the Trump administration is preparing for a possible second wave in the novel coronavirus pandemic this fall, as 29 states and U.S. territories logged an increase in their seven-day average of new reported cases after many lifted restrictions in recent weeks. White House trade adviser Peter Navarro disclosed the preparations for the possible second wave but rejected the suggestion that a second wave had already taken hold.

Many churches remaining closed - but at what cost?
Across the U.S., state and local governments are lifting restrictions on in-person church meetings – sometimes after hard-fought and costly legal battles. But many churches are still choosing not to gather on Sunday mornings. A survey from Send Institute finds that although most churches are allowed to meet in person, fully 67% have decided to stay closed. Almost all, according to the survey, are citing continuing health concerns.

Thursday 18, June 2020

Turkey in military action on three Mid-East fronts, now adds Yemen
Turkey is boosting its military intervention in Mid-East conflicts to gain a hand in determining. and cashing in on, their outcome. Facing rising opposition at home, Turkey's President Tayyip Edrogan is in the thick of foreign, influence-expanding adventures. Braced against Russia in Libya and Syria, he is now challenging the Saudi-led Arab coalition in Yemen with Qatari funding.

Jordanian king tells senators annexation plans threaten regional stability
Jordan's King Abdullah II on Tuesday warned US lawmakers that Israel's plan to annex parts of the West Bank was "unacceptable" and would undermine regional stability. Abdullah spoke with US senators and emphasized the kingdom's commitment to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.

Soldiers fell to their deaths as India and China's troops fought with rocks
India has reacted with shock and caution to the loss of at least 20 soldiers on its disputed border with China, with images of the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, burned in Indian cities. In his first public comments on the dispute, prime minister Narendra Modi led a two-minute silence for the killed soldiers and said India would "defend every stone, every inch of its territory."

Beijing outbreak raises coronavirus fears for rest of the world
China raised its emergency warning to its second-highest level and canceled more than 60% of the flights to Beijing on Wednesday amid a new coronavirus outbreak in the capital. It was a sharp pullback for the nation that declared victory over COVID-19 in March and a message to the rest of the world about how tenacious the virus really is.

Coronavirus model once used by White House now predicts 200,000 U.S. deaths by October
A coronavirus model once used by the White House now projects more than 200,000 Americans could die of COVID-19 by October 1. The prediction went up by more than 30,000 since last week. As of Tuesday, more than 116,000 people in the U.S. have died of the coronavirus, and the death toll is still growing by hundreds per day. Infection rates and hospitalizations are rising in numerous states as businesses open up and people drop precautions.

Massive spying on users of Google's Chrome shows new security weakness
A newly discovered spyware effort attacked users through 32 million downloads of extensions to Google's market-leading Chrome web browser, researchers at Awake Security told Reuters, highlighting the tech industry's failure to protect browsers as they are used more for email, payroll and other sensitive functions.

Poll: 34% of American Voters Think Second Civil War Is 'Likely'
One in three voters believes that the United States is could face another civil war soon, as unrest rages across the country over issues of race, policing, and the upcoming presidential election. A Rasmussen Reports poll released Monday reveals that 34 percent of likely U.S. voters think the United States will experience a second civil war sometime in the next five years, but that includes only nine percent who say it is "very likely."

No Surprise: Abortion Mill, Planned Parenthood, Backs Joe Bidden for President

SpongeBob SquarePants, Nickelodeon, Celebrate LGBT 'Pride' Month

Monday 15, June 2020

Israel warned by global leaders not to annex
The international community is warning Israel to cease its plan to annex communities in biblical Judea and Samaria or the West Bank, which would incorporate hundreds of thousands of Israelis under Israeli law. Despite being an ardent supporter of Israel, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas – whose nation will assume rotating presidency of the European Union next month – voiced opposition to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's annexation plan that has a deadline slated for July 1.

UAE said to warn Washington annexation will cripple Gulf backing for Trump plan
The United Arab Emirates has warned the White House that an Israeli move to unilaterally annex parts of the West Bank will severely impair Gulf states' cooperation with the Trump administration's peace plan and will end all efforts at public rapprochement with Israel, Channel 12 reported Saturday.

lawmakers chant 'Death to America' at the Iranian parliament "in solidarity with Black Lives matter"
Lawmakers in the Iranian parliament chanted "Death to America" during a session on Sunday, allegedly in a show of support for protesters in the US over the killing of George Floyd, The Associated Press reported, citing Iranian media. The report said the chants followed a request by lawmaker Ahmad Naderi for a moment of silence over deaths of protesters.

The Debt, The Budget, The Riots - America's Existential 'Triple Threat'
The U.S. economy is in terrible shape thanks to unfolding global financial crisis as well as the catalyst of the COVID-19 response. Locking down the economy only intensified a crisis that was already unfolding, making it far worse than it should have been. The U.S. will run a primary budget deficit of more than $4 trillion this year, above 25% of GDP, at levels not seen since WWII.

U.S. National Pride Falls to Record Low
American pride has continued its downward trajectory reaching the lowest point in the two decades of Gallup measurement. The new low comes at a time when the U.S. faces public health and economic crises brought on by the coronavirus pandemic and civil unrest following the death of George Floyd in police custody.

A Boise church 'repents' and will remove a Confederate icon. Are others in Idaho next?
ne of Boise's largest churches is removing a controversial reminder of Idaho's connections to the Confederacy – a stained-glass window featuring Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The Cathedral of the Rockies installed stained-glass windows for its then-new building in downtown Boise in 1960. Church documents show that the window, featuring Lee standing with Presidents Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, was meant as an "inclusive nod to Southerners who have settled in Boise," said the Rev. Duane Anders, senior pastor.

School administration: Bible verses are 'abusive'
An attorney says it was wrong for school officials to rebuke a student in Ohio for posting Bible verses in her school in response to LGBTQ students adorning the campus with "gay pride" flags. Gabby Helsinger was slapped with an in-school suspension because the Lebanon High School administration decided she was being "abusive, disrespectful, and rude." But as Brad Dacus of the Pacific Justice Institute tells OneNewsNow, none of that is true.

Again! Cops show up at home when someone offended by 'gun' on computer screen
It's happened again. Commentator Todd Starnes reports a Pennsylvania mother was stunned when police showed up at her home because someone on a Zoom class with her son saw a toy gun. Sheila Perez Smith told Starnes another parent on the call was made "uncomfortable" by the toy. Police ignored the fact that it was a toy and lectured her and her husband on gun safety. Children, the officers said, are "too young to interact with any guns." The mother said her children were terrified by the police visit.

Wednesday 10, June 2020

Turkey and Russia agree on delivery of second S-400 batch
Turkey's Defense Industries Chair Ismail Demir said on Monday that an agreement in principle has been reached with Russia on the supply of the second batch of Russian made S-400 air defense system.

"We have a principle agreement on the supply of the second system. We are talking about technical details. There is no question mark about supply," said Demir, according to the Xinhua news agency.

Hamas: Annexation will lead to intifada
The Hamas organization on Monday warned of the consequences of Israel applying sovereignty over parts of Judea and Samaria as part of the US administration's "Deal of the Century" peace initiative.

A statement issued by Hamas' "Jerusalem department" said that the implementation of the annexation plan and causing harm to the Al-Aqsa mosque would result in an outbreak of an intifada against the "occupation."

Iranian parliamentarians chant 'Death to America'
Iranian lawmakers have chanted 'Death to America' as a show of solidarity towards US protesters in the wake of the death of African-American George Floyd. One lawmaker asked the Iranian parliament to stand and chant 'to show respect for the movement of the oppressed in the US' during a session yesterday.

'Scandal of starvation' could claim millions
Gospel for Asia predicts that some nine million people will die this year from the coronavirus-worsened "scandal of starvation" worldwide - a foreseen tragedy the missions group says is easily avoidable.

The Texas-based Christian missions organization first announced the sobering truth in its special report, The Scandal of Starvation in a World of Plenty, late last month before this year's annual World Hunger Day observed on May 28. In that report, GFA also divulges a scandalous reality.

Tucker Carlson: Black Lives Matter is not about 'black lives'
"A small group of highly aggressive emotionally charged activists took over our culture. They forced the entire country to obey their will. It all happened so fast and with such ferocity that virtually no one resisted it," said Tucker Carlson on his Fox News show Monday night. The radical organization is not about "black lives," it's a "political party, maybe the strongest political party in the United States," Carlson said. "Its members believe they can reshape this country and so far, they're proving to be right."

Undercover video shows Antifa wants 'abolition of everything'
A group in the militant Antifa movement engaged in the violence that has enveloped protests of the death of George Floyd believes in the "abolition of everything," reveals a new undercover video published by James O'Keefe's Project Veritas. "Our latest video further demonstrates how dangerous Antifa is. This well-organized international organization is willing to engage in street fights and apparently prepares for armed combat," said Project Veritas CEO and founder James O'Keefe.

Homicides rocket 250% in Los Angeles in just one week!
The Los Angeles Police Department announced Tuesday that homicides in the city increased 250% over the previous week, and the number of people who were shot increased by 56% during the same period. The increased numbers were recorded during the week of May 31-June 6, but officials also reported continued violence this week.

Tuesday 09, June 2020

Do you feel like things are spiraling out of control?
The simple truth is that America needs God, and whichever way we turn, we find only partial solutions.

Despite Israeli strikes, Iranian forces massing on Syrian border
Multiple drones reportedly belonging to the Israeli Air Force (IAF) carried out a new series of airstrikes against Iranian-backed militias in the area of Deir Ez-Zur in eastern Syria over the weekend.

The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that a total of 8 airstrikes targeted the Afghan Liwa Fatemiyoun militia which was transferred to Syria on orders of Qassem Soleimani, the assassinated commander of the Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps.

Gantz in separate dialogue with Washington on annexation
PM Binyamin Netanyahu is talking through endless disputes and international flak in an all-out effort to clear the way for partial West Bank annexation by his July 1 deadline. On Sunday night, June 7, he admitted he does not have a green light from Washington.

New Coronavirus Cases Accelerating in More Than a Dozen U.S. States
More than a dozen U.S. states have seen confirmed cases increase in the past week at a pace faster than in the week prior, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of Johns Hopkins data.

Mysterious Pattern Of 'Cosmic Radio Bursts' From A Distant Galaxy Repeats Every 157 Days, Say Scientists
One of the great mysteries of modern astronomy has been revealed after a five years-long observation found a repeating pattern in a radio signal coming from a small dwarf galaxy about three billion light-years from Earth. It comes in the wake of another landmark study into fast radio bursts (FRBs), one of the hottest topics in astronomy. Very short, but bright radio pulses, FRBs were detected for the first time in 2007 by the Parkes radio telescope in Australia.

Eight quakes rattle Oklahoma in 12 hours...

Chicago suffers deadliest day in 60 years with 18 murders in 24 hours
Where is the outrage, protestors and those that vandalize?

ACLU Invites 'Scrutiny and Judgment' From UN Body Whose Members Include Egregious Rights Violators
Relatives and supporters of African-Americans killed by police are calling for a U.N. inquiry - and in doing so are appealing to a body whose elected members include regimes accused of slavery, suppression of press freedom, and the sentencing to death of homosexuals and "blasphemers."

Monday 08, June 2020

IAEA: Iran in violation of all restrictions of nuclear deal
Iran has continued to increase its stockpiles of enriched uranium and remains in violation of its deal with world powers, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Friday, according to The Associated Press. The United Nations' atomic watchdog reported the finding in a confidential document distributed to member countries and seen by AP.

Gantz in separate dialogue with Washington on annexation
PM Binyamin Netanyahu is talking through endless disputes and international flak in an all-out effort to clear the way for partial West Bank annexation by his July 1 deadline. On Sunday night, June 7, he admitted he does not have a green light from Washington.

Drone attack kills 12 pro-Iranian militiamen in E. Syria
The attack which killed 12 pro-Iranian militiamen in eastern Syria on Saturday night, June 6.is sourced by DEBKAfile's to drones positioned at the big US Ain Al Asad air base in western Iraq. Syrian opposition sources report that three days earlier, Iraqi and Afghan militia fighters crossed over the border in 30 vehicles and arrived at the Iranian Rev Guards base in Mayadeen city at Deir Ez-Ezor in eastern Syria. The convoy carried substantial reinforcements, ammunition and logistical equipment from Iraq.

Great things can happen when Christians get involved in politics
As a Christian apologist, author, evangelist, religion and culture analyst, and advocate for biblical truth, Alex McFarland speaks worldwide. He has preached in over 2,000 churches throughout North America and numerous more internationally. He also speaks at Christian events, conferences, debates, and other venues to teach biblical truths and preach the gospel.

'Soon to be the walking dead': Half of universities predicted to vanish
A business professor is predicting that as many as half of the country's universities and colleges may be gone within the next five to 10 years. "They are soon going to become the walking dead," said New York University professor Scott Galloway in a PBS interview, the Daily Wire reported. He said one-quarter to one-half of the universities and colleges could go out of business because of the impact of the coronavirus shutdown and the fact that foreign students who pay full tuition are the "cash cow."

It begins: N.Y. mayor to suck money from NYPD amid calls to defund police
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a plan to shift funding away from the city's police department and toward youth programs Sunday, as activists push for defunding police departments. De Blasio's plan is part of a suggestion from the mayor's task force on racial inclusion, which is chaired by his wife, activist Chirlane McCray. Decisions about police funding must ensure New Yorkers' safety is a priority, the mayor said during a press briefing.

Geraldo Rivera: 'Defund the Police' Is a 'Sick Threat by Effete Punks that Threaten Vulnerable Communities'

Friday 05, June 2020

Sovereignty movement warns: Here Palestine will be established
Due to the reports of the US government's intentions and Israeli agreement on the Trump plan, the Sovereignty movement launched today a widespread billboard campaign warning of the dangers of the Palestinian state involved in the plan.

'Corona Effect': Immigration to Israel expected to double in 2020
The number of new immigrants moving to Israel in 2020 is expected to rise significantly, largely due to the coronavirus pandemic, a senior official from the Jewish Agency told the Knesset Wednesday morning. MK David Bitan (Likud) was chosen Wednesday as the new chairman for the Knesset's Immigration, Absorption and Diaspora Committee.

Can PM Netanyahu move on sovereignty without the Trump peace plan?
"The prime minister reiterates that he is committed to conducting negotiations on the basis of the Trump plan, and at the same time will continue with his sovereignty plan." This statement was put out by Binyamin Netanyahu's office on Wednesday, June 2. On Tuesday, he met with Judea and Samaria settlement leaders and other critics of the Trump Mid-East Peace plan over their concerns that its acceptance incurs Israel's recognition of Palestinian statehood. They are also disturbed by the permanent freeze on building mandated in the plan and the marooning of some 19 isolated settlements as enclaves in a future Palestinian state - even after Israel extends sovereignty to parts of the West Bank. The entire road network would have to be revamped in any case.

Watch: Yehuda Glick holds global prayer from Temple Mount with Christian leaders
Former Likud Knesset Member Yehuda Glick held an international live prayer event to address the tribulations visiting the United States.

Defiant island nation, waiting for China, watches Hong Kong's fate
At the same time China's communist rulers are tightening their grip on Hong Kong, some are looking at the tiny island of Taiwan and wondering when its defiant leaders will be next. The democratic island nation is home to a population of 24 million that includes an army, navy, air force, and marines with a combined force of approximately 300,000.

Spike in coronavirus in Israel's capital spreads nationwide
The number of coronavirus cases in Israel is exponentially rising as the government pushes to keep schools open. The Health Ministry reported 118 people tested positive for coronavirus over the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of patients since the start of the pandemic to 17,495. At last count, there were 2,191 active cases, an increase of 88 cases from the day before, and 291 people had died.

Singapore plans wearable virus-tracing device for all
Singapore plans to give a wearable device that will identify people who had interacted with carriers of coronavirus to each of its 5.7 million residents, in what could become one of the most comprehensive contact-tracing efforts globally.

Rev. Graham Praises Trump for Walking to Church and Holding Up Bible
Although left-wing clergy and liberals in Congress criticized President Donald for walking to St. John's Episcopal Church, across the street from the White House, and holding a Bible up in defiance of the rioters and criminals attacking America's cities, evangelical leader Franklin Graham praised the president for making an "important statement" that the "lawlessness had to end."

Biden: "10 to 15 Percent" Of Americans Are "Not Very Good People"
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee former Vice President Joe Biden said most Americans are good and want to improve the country but called 10 to 15 percent of citizens "not very good people." In a virtual town hall event broadcasted Thursday night on "The Shade Room" and moderated by actor Don Cheadle, Biden spoke about race and what a Biden administration would do to push for racial equity in office.

Wednesday 03, June 2020

Can PM Netanyahu move on sovereignty without the Trump peace plan?
"The prime minister reiterates that he is committed to conducting negotiations on the basis of the Trump plan, and at the same time will continue with his sovereignty plan." This statement was put out by Binyamin Netanyahu's office on Wednesday, June 2. On Tuesday, he met with Judea and Samaria settlement leaders and other critics of the Trump Mid-East Peace plan over their concerns that its acceptance incurs Israel's recognition of Palestinian statehood. They are also disturbed by the permanent freeze on building mandated in the plan and the marooning of some 19 isolated settlements as enclaves in a future Palestinian state - even after Israel extends sovereignty to parts of the West Bank. The entire road network would have to be revamped in any case.

UAE Minister says Israeli annexation talk "must stop"
Any unilateral Israeli move towards annexing parts of the occupied West Bank would be a "serious setback" for Middle East peace, the Emirati minister of state for foreign affairs Anwar Gargash tweeted on Monday, June 1. It would also "undermine Palestinian self-determination and constitute a rejection of the international and Arab consensus on stability and peace," he said. "The talk of annexing Palestinian lands must stop."

Defense Minister Benny Gantz orders military preparations for sovereignty
Alternate Prime Minister and Defense Minister Benny Gantz has instructed IDF Chief of Staff Major General Aviv Kochavi to accelerate IDF preparations for diplomatic measures underway in Judea and Samaria.

Laura Ingraham: Violence Is 'A Coordinated Effort to Eventually Overthrow the U.S. Government'
These wanton acts of violence are part of a coordinated effort to eventually overthrow the United States government. It's well-funded, and it's well organized on social media. No Twitter warnings, by the way, from Jack Dorsey even though they seek nothing short of an overthrow of all that we love and believe in. And elimination of our Constitution, basically all of our rights, including the Second Amendment, and much of the First.

Limbaugh: Rioters 'are paid, and they are laying in wait'
The riots that have rocked cities across America in the wake of the police-related death of George Floyd are planned and paid for in advance, and can be linked to the Democratic Party, says talk-radio star Rush Limbaugh.

"None of this is something [that just] happens and these people see it and they get mad and take to the streets. They are waiting. They are programmed. They are waiting for the call to action. It's not that George Floyd was murdered; it's that somebody was at the hands of a cop, and that's the go signal.

Animals and plants are going extinct at an 'unprecedented rate,' shocking study says
The research, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, notes that the accelerated decline is largely due to human activities, such as deforestation, overhunting and other human-linked activities. Almost 2 percent of all species the researchers analyzed, 515 in total, "are on the brink of extinction," the researchers noted.

Trump Signs Order Promoting Religious Freedom Globally by Using 'Economic Tools'
An executive order signed by President Trump with little fanfare on Tuesday encourages the use of "economic tools" to respond to violations of religious freedom around the world, with possible options including sanctions, U.S. visa restrictions, and "realigning foreign assistance."

Monday 01, June 2020

'Trump's Deal of the Century paves way for Palestinian state'
David Elhayani, chairman of the Jordan Valley Regional Council, appeared on Radio 103FM and explained his reservations for Trump's "Deal of the Century."

Elhayani said that if the annexation of Judea and Samaria meant the creation of a Palestinian state, he would be forced to opposed the move. He said he would prefer the existing status quo over a situation whereby Israel were to apply sovereignty mostly Jewish parts of the area, creating a de-facto Arab state in the rest of it.

Russia slams 'dangerous' US foreign policy moves on Iran, treaties
Russia said on Thursday the United States was acting in a dangerous and unpredictable way, after Washington withdrew from a key military treaty and moved to ramp up pressure on Iran. Foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova made the comments after Washington announced it would end sanctions waivers for nations that remain in a nuclear accord signed with Iran. The remaining parties to the deal include Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia.

Iranian militia sites targeted in northern Syria
Unidentified aircraft bombed Iran-backed militias in northern Syria in the predawn hours of Sunday morning, Sky News Arabia reported. According to the Abu Dhabi-based outlet, the Tehran-linked forces were targeted in the Raqqa area.

Trump and His National Security Adviser Blame 'Violent Antifa Radical Militants'
"The United States of America will be designating ANTIFA as a Terrorist Organization," President Trump tweeted on Sunday. Echoing the president on Sunday, National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien told ABC's "This Week" with George Stephanopoulos that Antifa (far left anti-fascists) are to blame for the eruption of violence in American cities.

Mark Levin: 'Fascistic Nancy' Pelosi's Three Targets for Destruction
Constitutional scholar and conservative pundit Mark Levin said Wednesday that "fascistic" House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has destroyed one American institution, tried to destroy another – and now has her sights set on a third. Levin listed Pelosi's three targets in a Wednesday night tweet, declaring that "Fascistic Nancy" "Destroyed the House of Representatives," "Sought to destroy the presidency," and "Seeks to destroy tech neutrality."

Organized Violence? Rioters Are Finding Huge Piles Of Bricks In US Cities
Several videos and pictures of large pallets of new bricks left in city centers throughout the US are fueling the theory that organized groups are funding the violence that raged throughout the weekend in America.

When the world celebrates unbelief instead of faith
It would be one thing if a famous pastor renounced his faith or if a greatly loved worship leader said she no longer believed. I could understand why this would be big news, and I could understand why the secular media would pick up on it. But why is it big news when the son of a pastor and the frontman for a not-super-famous Christian rock group renounces his faith? Could it be that the world would rather celebrate unbelief than faith?

Friday 29, May 2020

Israeli cyber chief warns of 'new era' in cyber warfare
National Cyber Directorate chief Yigal Unna discussed Iran's attempted attack on Israel's water systems a month ago. According to a report by Channel 12, Unna, speaking at a cybertech conference, did not mention Iran, but said the perpetrator of the attack was "not a cybercrime group but a state actor."

Netanyahu: Palestinian Arabs living in Jordan Valley won't get citizenship
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told the Israel Hayom newspaper in an interview published on Thursday that a move to apply Israeli sovereignty in Judea and Samaria and the Jordan Valley would be historical, dismissing criticism from the oppositional right that he folded on the issue of a Palestinian state.

PA official: Annexation would be the 'smoking gun' that ends two-state solution
Israeli efforts to apply sovereignty over parts of Judea and Samaria would mark a turning point in Israeli-Palestinian relations, the Palestinian Authority (PA) envoy to the UK Husam Zomlot warned on Tuesday.

Xi Jinping to Chinese Military: 'It Is Necessary to Prepare for War'
In an address to Chinese military officers at the annual meeting of the National People's Congress (NPC), Communist China's rubber-stamp legislature, dictator Xi Jinping said it was important to "step up preparations for armed combat" against various threats, specifically mentioning "Taiwan independence forces."

Sudden spike in Israel's coronavirus infection. Second wave?
The Ministry of Health is weighing steps to counter the sudden spike in coronavirus infection by 64 new cases in 24 hours to 16,872 – after two weeks of steady decline. The death toll rose from 281 to 284. Asked if a second wave of the pandemic was at hand, health officials warned that people had become too complacent and abandoned the strict health guidelines. This week saw the streets, nature reserves, shops and beaches crowded with relaxed throngs basking in the cool sunny weather. Many had abandoned their face masks and ignored the requisite social distancing, although the waiters and staff at reopened eateries adhered strictly to the rules.

A call to end nonstop targeting of Egypt's Copts
Indigenous Coptic Christians in Egypt are suffering the worst crackdown on religious freedom and civil liberties in decades - and the persecution inflicted by both society and the government continues to increase.

'When the looting starts, the shooting starts': Trump threatens to 'assume control' of Minneapolis in extraordinary tweet about rioter 'THUGS' as National Guard rolls into the city and George Floyd protests erupt across the U.S.

Who Is Big Tech's 'Arbiter of Truth'? More than Ever, It's a Corrupt, Orwellian Wikipedia
Even as the criticism of Wikipedia's left-wing political bias intensifies, including from the site's co-founder Larry Sanger, the major tech platforms continue to use the online encyclopedia in their services and rely on it as a model for addressing "fake news" concerns. Rather than improving their services, the integration of Wikipedia into Big Tech platforms has, instead, made them disseminate false or biased information.

Taking off the masks
Some say crisis produces character in leaders. Others say character formation is far more complex and that crisis merely reveals character. Whichever is more likely true, the present pandemic crisis has been a revelation in this regard. In a season where it looks like protective masks may be our close companions for some time, leftists at all levels of government are taking off the masks of their political disguise. And it's not a pretty sight. Government overreach never is.

Trump executive order cracks down on social media 'censorship'
Days after Twitter tagged claims about vote fraud in two of his tweets as "unsubstantiated," President Trump signed an executive order directing his administration to prevent federal funds from going to social media companies that suppress speech.

Pixar targets your children with their first gay lead character
Whatever their motivation, gay activists have certainly been targeting your children for many years. Now, that incredibly gifted animation studio, Pixar, is joining in the culture wars.Now, Pixar, that incredibly gifted animation studio, is joining in the culture wars, for the first time featuring an openly gay lead character. In fact, his gayness is a central part of the story. As explained in the New York Times, "The animated film follows a gay man's journey into acceptance as he prepares to move into a city with his boyfriend." And he comes out to his family with the help of his dog. How delightful!