Gog & Magog: Rouhani, Putin laud co-operation in Syria civil war
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani thanked his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin Sunday for the two countries' co-operation to bolster Syria's government in that country's brutal civil war.The two leaders discussed Syria in person for the first time since Israel requested that Russia keep Iranian forces well clear of its northern border, the culmination of more than a year of intensive lobbying of Moscow by Israeli leaders.
Iran surrounded by US ring of steel as war fears loom in Middle East
US President Donald Trump has been squaring up to the Islamic Republic as relations plunge to new lows. Trump has even warned Iran to never threaten the US in a furious rant on Twitter. He told Tehran they would face "consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered". A map of the mighty US military's presence in the Middle East shows why Iran might be worried by war talk from Trump.
Syrian army warplanes engage 'enemy target' near Damascus: State media
Syrian air defences reportedly engaged an "enemy target" near the border with Lebanon west of Damascus overnight Saturday, a day after it struck rebel areas and killed dozens of civilians in northern Syria on Friday.
'Economic war': Iran's Khamenei calls for action against financial crimes
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Saturday called for "swift and just" legal action against financial crimes from new courts after the head of the judiciary said the country faces an "economic war," state television was cited by Reuters as reporting.
Iran faces devastating US secret 'SHOCK and AWE' war plan that can be deployed in HOURS
Washington war hawks have already carried out analysis of what it would take for the US to defeat Iran. The US army, navy, air force and marines would all be tasked with a "shock and awe" blitz in the Middle East. Codenamed Theatre Iran Near Term (TIRANNT), simulations of attacks were carried out back in 2003 in the initial planning for the Iraq War.
Next stage - a full scale war against Hamas?
Watch: ILTV speaks with Dr. Martin Sherman, Founder & Exec. Dir. of IISS, about the events around Gaza in the south...
Erdogan says Turkey has become 'target of economic war'
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan denied on Saturday that Turkey is in a currency crisis, dismissing a plunge in the lira as "fluctuations" unrelated to the country's economic fundamentals.
Victory: Argentina Senate defends lives of preborn, rejects pro-abortion bill
Argentina's Senate has just rejected legislation that would have allowed elective abortion through 14 weeks gestation for any reason and abortion in cases of rape up to birth. Senators voted 38-31 against the measure, while two lawmakers abstained. The bill was narrowly approved by the lower house in June after 22 hours of debate, and Argentine President Mauricio Macri had said he would sign it into law if it passed the Senate. Under current law, Argentina bans all abortions except for a limited time in cases of rape and when the pregnancy poses an immediate risk to the mother's life.
Google tracks your movements, like it or not
Google wants to know where you go so badly that it records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to. An Associated Press investigation found that many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store your location data even if you've used privacy settings that say they will prevent it from doing so. Computer-science researchers at Princeton confirmed these findings at the AP's request.
ANALYSIS: Iran tightening the noose around Israel
IDF Levels a Hamas Headquarters After Terror Rockets Hit Israel
The Israeli Air Force on Thursday evening flattened a five-story building in the northern Gaza Strip that served as a headquarters for the Hamas terrorist group's internal security service, the army said.
Ceasefire reported after more than 24 hours of hostilities between Israel and Hamas
Israel and Hamas reached a ceasefire agreement late Thursday, ending more than 24 hours of hostilities, according to a diplomatic source with knowledge of the negotiations. It was expected to go into effect at midnight local time.
Losing Faith: Why South Carolina is abandoning its churches
South Carolina churches are shedding thousands of members a year, even as the state's population grows by tens of thousands. In the place we call the Bible Belt, where generations have hung their hats on their church-going nature and faithful traditions, an increasing trend of shrinking church attendance - and increasing church closings - signals a fundamental culture shift in South Carolina.
Amazon pro-Palestinian T-shirt incites end of Israel
As the world's second-largest retailer, Amazon is fueling anti-Semitism through the sale of an anti-Israel apparel line featuring a T-shirt donning the slogan, "Make Israel Palestine Again."
Amazon's offerings do not stop there, with another featured tee emblazoned with, "Free Palestine, End Israel Occupation," which is still available on Amazon.com's official website.
'The Israel Bible' merging Jewish, Christian history
A Jewish scholar is touting a first-of-its kind Bible that is designed to help give Christians a unique perspective on the people and land of Israel. American Rabbi Tuly Weisz and a team of biblical scholars published The Israel Bible, a new commentary and study on the Hebrew Bible - the Old Testament Scriptures.
Ad censored over book resembling Bible
Social media giants are not the only businesses discriminating against Christians, as one billboard company in Southern California is refusing to run an ad for an evangelist - simply because he is holding a Bible.
Humanists triggering mass destruction of veteran memorials?
First Liberty Institute is asking the Supreme Court of the United States to take up a case involving the Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial.
The legal group's request comes after a panel of judges on the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the American Humanist Association, which claims that the 40-foot-tall Christian cross on public property violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Robots getting more social. Are humans ready?
Personal home robots that can socialize with people are starting to roll out of the laboratory and into our living rooms and kitchens. But are humans ready to invite them into their lives? It's taken decades of research to build robots even a fraction as sophisticated as those featured in popular science fiction.
Super gonorrhoea outbreak worsens as new strains emerge - and there is NO CURE
NAACP calls Trump racist after its own poll shows improved black approval rating
A poll by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People shows that President Donald Trump's approval rating among black voters is nearly three times higher than the percentage of blacks who voted for him in 2016, but the NAACP said the poll just confirms Trump's racism.
|Wednesday 08, August 2018|
Trump signs order re-imposing sanctions on Iran
US President Donald Trump signed an executive order officially reinstating US sanctions against Iran Monday. The order marks the first round of sanctions to be imposed on Iran following Trump's withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear agreement in May. The sanctions target Iran's access to American dollars and steel and automobile industries, ban trade with Iran in gold and other precious metals, and include other sanctions which were lifted under the 2015 deal.
Trump on sanctions: I am asking for world peace, nothing less!
President Trump on Tuesday defended his decision to reimpose sanctions against Iran, and said the U.S. will shut out any company that does business with Tehran. "These are the most biting sanctions ever imposed, and in November they ratchet up to yet another level. Anyone doing business with Iran will NOT be doing business with the United States. I am asking for WORLD PEACE, nothing less!" Trump wrote on Twitter.
Despite US sanctions, Tehran steps up quest for dialogue with Trump administration
A key sentence signaled Tehran's quest for diplomacy in Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's bitter diatribe over re-imposed sanctions on Monday, Aug. 6: "The US must first prove itself willing to solve problems through negotiations after its withdrawal from the JCPOA," he said.
Iran CIVIL WAR brewing: Fury at 'corrupt' regime - 'they make us poorer every day'
AN ongoing currency crisis and high levels of unemployment are pushing Iran to the brink of the civil war, with ordinary citizens speaking of their fury at the endemic corruption and financial mismanagement which is blighting their lives.
Iran's economic collapse: 'People selling their kidneys'
Iran's economy was teetering even before the sanctions were re-imposed. Last week, the Iranian Rial plunged to a record low of less than 1,000 to the American dollar. "I found a heartbreaking site, in which there are dozens of people with phone numbers offering to sell their kidney," said Dr. Elam Gindin.
Google consumes one-third of our digital minds
Google - and its products like YouTube and Waze - combined to account for 34.2% of all time on digital media in June, according to Pivotal Research analyst Brian Wieser.
Gaza sea barrier unveiled... Is Israel dwelling "Without Walls?"
Some believe that the ancient prophecy of Ezekiel 38 is about to happen. The prophecy says the Israel must be dwelling without walls, bars or gates. Is that the case in Israel today? Look at these headlines below...
Abbas to dissolve Palestinian Authority, revoke recognition of Israel - urges Hamas to join harsh new line
The Israeli security cabinet meeting Sunday, Aug. 5, resolved not to revise its counter-terror policy for Gaza in response to the UN-Egyptian truce plan. The statement the cabinet issued: "The IDF is prepared for any scenario" - means that an effort will be made for now to avoid triggering a major conflagration by an escalated response to the Hamas' kite-cum-balloon offensive.
Pro-Islamic State media outlet calls for BIOLOGICAL ATTACKS in the West, posters depict San Francisco
This too will be ignored by the complicit, sharia-compliant Western press. A biological attack is the intentional release of a pathogen (disease causing agent) or biotoxin (poisonous substance produced by a living organism) against humans, plants, or animals. An attack against people could be used to cause illness, death, fear, societal disruption, and economic damage.
63 shot, 10 dead in Chicago since Friday
And police are the problem? We really think not.
ANC shocks Twitter by calling all white people 'murderers'
A tweet on the ANC's parliamentary Twitter account shocked many on Thursday when it appeared to call all white people murderers.
The tweet, which has subsequently been deleted, read: "The biggest mistake we are making is to consult murderers. White people are 9% of the population, they own 79% of land. They never came and consulted us for the land. If they want us to forgive them now, then let us share the land, the mineral resources."
Corporate Fascism: Apple Is Removing Alex Jones And Infowars' Podcasts From iTunes
Whether you love or hate Infowars, free speech should still be free.
Lyme disease now found in all 50 states
This news comes from a report from the clinical laboratory Quest Diagnostics, which analyzed the results of 6 million blood tests doctors had ordered to diagnose Lyme disease in their patients. The report found that Pennsylvania had the most positive cases last year: 10,001.
Trump staffs up Mideast team for peace plan rollout
U.S. officials say the Trump administration is staffing up a Middle East policy team at the White House in anticipation of unveiling its long awaited but largely mysterious Israeli-Palestinian peace plan.
The National Security Council last week began approaching other agencies seeking volunteers to join the team, which will work for President Donald Trump's Mideast peace pointmen Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt, according to the officials. The team, which is being set up to organize the peace plan's public presentation and any negotiations that may ensue, will comprise three units: one concentrating on its political and security details, one on its significant economic focus and one on strategic communications, the officials said.
Russia's 8 military Golan positions - problematic for Israeli security. Hizballah creeps ever closer
The Russian decision to set up 8 military positions along the Syrian-Israeli Golan border will impede rather than help consolidate security on Israel's northern front - in more ways than one...
US officials say Iran has begun naval operation in the Middle East
Iran has begun a major military exercise in the Persian Gulf region according to a US defense official directly familiar with the latest US information.
The "exercise is underway," and the US assesses the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has deployed "dozens" of small boats in the initial phase. The exercise is taking place in the Persian Gulf, the Strait of Hormuz and the Gulf of Oman.
Backed by Iran, Yemen's Houthi Fighters Flout Saudi Arabia's Might
The Yemeni theater has long since turned into a war of prestige, in which the two regional powers, Saudi Arabia and Iran, are trying to reap a political victory for themselves at the Yemenis' expense
Islamic State in Libya: Fighters are regrouping in the lawless desert
Is A Second Civil War Coming?
It's popular these days to talk about the potential outbreak of a second Civil War. I've not been immune to that sentiment - I've probably used that language in the past. When you're passionately involved in politics, it's easy to get caught up in the urgency of the problems emerging before the country. It's even easier to spot in every headline the possibility of underlying ugly trends breaking out into something far uglier.
Woman Writes About How She Wishes She Had Aborted Her Down Syndrome Son...Who Is Still Alive
Her name is Gillian Relf, and she's a 69-year-old mother of a 47-year-old son, Stephen. There's only one problem: Stephen has Down's Syndrome. And that means that Gillian wishes she had killed him before he was born. How do we know that? Because she's now written an entire piece about it in The Daily Mail...
Sex robot timebomb: Human extinction...
A demographic countdown clock made by researchers at Tokyo University has predicted the exact year when Japan's dwindling population will shrink to none. Year-on-year reductions in fertility rates paired with an ageing population has created a "demographic time bomb" that is threatening to turn the Japanese into an "endangered species". The rise in popularity of realistic sex robots and dolls has been blamed in part for social alienation and the lack of newborns in Japan.
|Wednesday 01, August 2018|
Syria proclaims control of borders with Israel = Iranian/Hizballah forces now face IDF Golan positions
Three glaring inaccuracies appeared in the Syrian claim on Tuesday, July 31, that its army had won control of the entire border with Israel, which failed to credit Hizballah and pro-Iranian Shiites...
Turkey promises to retaliate for U.S. sanctions
A spokesman for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned on Tuesday his country will retaliate against any U.S. sanctions over the trial of a Christian pastor on terrorism charges, according to Reuters.
At the same time the spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, also said he expects the two countries to resolve their differences through diplomacy.
The Revoice Conference and the danger of a big theological tent
The alleged "big tent" conference over the weekend apparently didn't have room for solid Christian conservatives even to attend - yet it had plenty of room for ideas that have no place in a Christian conference.
Revoice clearly a liberal voice for 'queer culture'
Christian groups hoping to see a more LGBT-welcoming and -affirming Church met in St. Louis last week. A Christian talk-show host, however, says the "horrendous apostasy" at the core of Revoice's rhetoric must be confronted.
The theme of last week's conference was "supporting, encouraging, and empowering gay, lesbian, same-sex-attracted, and other LGBT Christians so they can flourish while observing the historic, Christian doctrine of marriage and sexuality." It's a doctrine that mandates that any sexual expression outside a monogamous, man/woman marriage is sin.
Conservative pastor decries rise of socialism: 'Marxist ideology that denies the existence of God'
Two of the most well-known Democratic politicians today, Sen. Bernie Sanders and House candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, are outspoken socialists, and Bishop E. W. Jackson called the fight against socialist Democrats "the greatest spiritual battle for the future of our country since the Civil War," according to The Christian Post.
"Socialism is Marxist ideology that denies the existence of God and places reliance on government," Jackson said. "It has been responsible for mass starvation, torture, murder and enslavement. It allows no freedom of speech or thought. Christians are its primary enemy because we believe in freedom and we worship the only true and living God. Yet, self-described socialists are getting elected in our country."
Catholic leaders fight Irish government's plan to force church's hospitals to provide abortions
Nearly 67 percent of Irish voters approved a measure earlier this year that would not only make abortions legal, but it would also force Catholic hospitals to provide them, LifeNews reported. But Catholic leaders are fighting back against the legislation...
Here's how much the Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez 'free' health care plan will cost taxpayers...
Sen. Bernie Sanders' new plan to provide "free" health care for everyone in America, a plan that is supported by socialist superstar Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, will cost taxpayers $32.6 trillion over 10 years, according to a new study by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Democrats reacted to the study with predictable outrage, saying the the report is grossly exaggerated and that the plan wouldn't likely cost more than a mere $32 trillion.
YouTube censors terrorists justifying slaughtering kids
alestinian terrorists have been recorded justifying why they murder children, but YouTube has shut down one filmmaker from exposing Islamic suicide bombers' heart to massacre innocent youth in the name of jihad.
French filmmaker Pierre Rehov has exposed on camera the reality that drives Islamic terrorists to massacre kids, pointing to the Palestinian Authority's "Pay to Slay" program that essentially funds suicide bombers and other Islamic mercenaries.
Anti-Semitism spurs 'aliyah,' fulfilling Bible prophecy
Five hundred Jewish immigrants from France and the Ukraine were welcomed by Jewish and Christian leaders earlier this week at Israel's Ben Gurion Airport - part of a mass return to their homeland that was prophesied in the Bible in the Old Testament. As Israel celebrates its 70th anniversary of being reestablished as a nation after two millennia of its people being dispersed across the world, hundreds are returning home - marking a sign of the End Times to fulfill Bible prophesy heading toward the Second Coming of Christ.
War for Water? Syria, Iraq and Turkey Will Next Fight for Rivers, Report Says
The next war in the Middle East could be fought over water as Iraq, Syria and Turkey scramble to assert claims to two vital rivers that run through the region, according to a new report. Nabil al-Samman, a Syrian expert on international waters, made the case for an upcoming "water war" in an article published Friday by Saudi newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat. The article defines the term as being used to refer in the Mediterranean to "the use of water as a weapon in order to control its sources, or the diversion of water as a commercial commodity controlled by powerful upstream states for political ends."
Energy Minister: War over water could burn the Middle East
The Iranian Minister of Energy Reza Ardakanian says that institutionalizing fighting over water debate in Middle East could ignite massive wars that could burn the entire region. Reza Ardakanian made the remarks in a national conference dubbed "Water Challenges in the East of the Country: What Can the Government and People Do?" which was held in the northeastern city of Mashhad.
Report: Us Considering Military Options to Keep Strait of Hormuz Open
The US is considering military options should Iran decide to close the strait of Hormuz, a vital shipping route for oil produced in the Middle East, reported Maariv on Saturday. Located between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, it is the only sea passage from the Persian Gulf to the open sea, with roughly one fifth of the petroleum on the planet passing through it.
Pandemic 'could wipe out 900 million people,' experts warn
A chilling simulation has revealed just how easily a new pathogen could wipe out a huge slice of the world's population - up to 900 million people. Researchers at John Hopkins University simulated the spread of a new illness - a new type of parainfluenza, known as Clade X. The simulation was designed so the pathogen wasn't markedly more dangerous than real illnesses such as SARS - and illustrates the tightrope governments tread in responding to such illnesses.
Undercover air marshals monitoring thousands of US travelers under Orwellian 'Quiet Skies' program
When someone is placed under surveillance, a group of armed, undercover air marshals is assigned to his or her flight, according to the report. The air marshals proceed to spy on them, write minute-by-minute reports and log the information with the TSA, according to information reported by the Globe.
Twitter's Statement About How They Don't Shadow Ban Kinda Sounds Like They Shadow Ban
Twitter continues to suppress Live Action's pro-life message... for years
Media outlets have reported about Twitter's suppression of Live Action's pro-life content since 2015. And to this day, nothing has changed. Pro-abortion groups are allowed to advertise on Twitter, but the social media company has suppressed Live Action's ads for years now, calling our messages "offensive" and "inflammatory." Some examples of "inflammatory" content are a photo of a child in the womb with a statement promoting the right to life. Even ultrasound images, like the ones that most expectant moms hang on their refrigerators, are viewed as inflammatory by Twitter.
Parents, beware: Teen Vogue is pushing abortion on young girls... again
In 2003, iconic fashion magazine Vogue launched an offshoot aimed at covering fashion and celebrities for teenagers. That magazine, Teen Vogue, didn't take long to find a new mission: to encourage young girls to engage in promiscuity and to portray abortion as something normal and insignificant, something equivalent to a quick weekend trip to the mall. Even as Teen Vogue's sales declined, the hyper-focus on abortion, politics, and sexuality - in a "fashion" magazine - continued. In 2015, Teen Vogue was suffering from sales so low, it had to completely scrap its print magazine, and transitioned to an online-only publication. But the positive promotion of killing the most vulnerable humans among us continues.
Be Ready for 'Drag Queen Story Hour' at Your Local Library
The appearance of drag queens reading to children could be coming to a public library near you with the approval of a left-wing organization. Citing a post-meeting blog post from the Association for Library Service to Children, LifeSiteNews reports that "Drag Queen Story Hour" was officially introduced to librarians across the country when the American Library Association met recently for its annual conference in New Orleans.
Iran's special forces chief warns Trump: 'If you begin the war, we will end it'
A powerful commander of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards said on Thursday that Donald Trump should address any threats against Tehran directly to him, and mocked the US president as using the language of "night clubs and gambling halls", Reuters reports.
Syria Raises Flag in Quneitra, Just Over Border from Israel
GOLAN HEIGHTS - Pro-Assad forces raised the Syrian flag in Quneitra on Thursday, as the government continued its push to regain full control of the Syrian Golan Heights, strategic territory that borders Israel and Jordan.
Donald Trump could be ready to order a strike against Iran, Australian Government figures say
Senior figures in the Turnbull Government have told the ABC they believe the United States is prepared to bomb Iran's nuclear facilities, perhaps as early as next month, and that Australia is poised to help identify possible targets.
Analysts uncover new 'highly active' espionage group believed to be from Iran
A U.S.-based cybersecurity firm has uncovered a new "highly active" espionage group believed to be based in Iran that is breaking into networks of government organizations and other firms located in the Middle East.
U.S. Air Base Removes Bible From Table Dedicated to POWs/MIAs
The liberal Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) complained about the Bible being on the "Missing Man's Table," which honors missing or captured soldiers, at an Air Force base in Wyoming and, as a result, the base commander removed the Bible.
Federal judge orders Wisconsin to pay for gender reassignment surgery for two Medicaid recipients
Prof who cheered Barbara Bush death: 'White editors' must 'resign,' 'hand over…positions of power'
The Fresno State professor who celebrated the death of former first lady Barbara Bush a few months ago has called for "white editors" to "resign" and "hand over positions of power," Campus Reform reported.
Randa Jarrar - who bragged she's a "tenured professor" and "will never be fired" after cheering the April passing of Bush and calling her a "witch" and a "racist" - posted a tweet Tuesday apparently in response to a controversial poem published in the Nation earlier this month, the outlet said.
Iran: Red Sea no longer secure with US presence
The head of Iran's Quds force on Thursday said the Red Sea is "no longer secure" due to US presence in the area, Reuters said.
Al-Alam Television quoted Qassem Soleimani as saying, "The Red Sea, which was secure, is no longer secure with the American presence."
Russia thanks IDF leaders for killing terrorists
Russia's Defense Ministry on Wednesday thanked Israel for attacking ISIS positions in Syria, Sputnik International reported. In a statement, the Ministry said, "Russian armed forces' command in Syria used the existing communication channels to thank the IDF leadership for killing terrorists and stopping a massive provocation."
Israel's two fronts explode: IDF officer hurt in Gaza. Russia praises IDF strike on ISIS letting Syria, Hizballah reach Kinneret
Israel: 'We are managing tough fronts, in the south and the north'
Prime Minister Netanyahu on Thursday visited the Meitav base at Tel Hashomer, where the July 2018 recruitment of the Border Police and the Paratroopers Brigade is being held. "We are managing tough fronts both in the south and in the north. Ultimately, the burden of protecting the borders of the state and protecting the state falls on you," Netanyahu told the recruits.
Moscow and Beijing Have Tehran's Back
As the Trump administration moves to reimpose sanctions on Iran—which had been suspended since the signing of the 2015 nuclear agreement—it aims to "build a global coalition to put pressure on Iran to stop [its nefarious] behavior." As the U.S. administration sees it, it can achieve a bigger and better deal with Tehran if it exerts maximum pressure on the regime-exemplified by President Donald Trump's own furious tweeting on July 22.
Dem. Florida gubernatorial candidate calls NRA child killers
This quote from the party of Planned Parenthood, murderers of hundreds of thousands of unborn babies every... single... year.
Twitter has been 'shadow banning' conservatives, but not liberals - here's what that means
Some conservatives have had their reach and accessibility limited on Twitter, whereas their liberal Democrat counterparts have not been impacted on the platform, a Vice News investigation has revealed.
Type the names of certain conservative figures in the search bar, such as Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), for example, and the profile doesn't automatically appear in the drop down results like most public figures do.
The Third Temple and the Messianic Era: What's the connection?
Israel spurns Russia's "100km offer" after 8 pro-Iranian militias reach its doorstep
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Chief of Staff Gen. Valery Gerasimov were turned away from Jerusalem empty-handed on July 23 by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman and IDF chief of staff Lt. Gen. Gady Eisenkot. They had come with an offer to distance Iran and its allied forces in Syria to a point 100km from the Israeli border, according to leaks from Moscow to the Western media.
NY pro-lifers survive AG's all-out attempt to silence them
Pro-life activists from a Brooklyn church are celebrating a legal victory after they survived an all-out attempt by New York's now-former attorney general to silence them.
Members of a Brooklyn church, Church at the Rock, are regular visitors outside a Queens abortion clinic, where they have counseled women entering Choices Women's Medical Center since 2012.
An unholy aspect of the Holy Land
Israel and the U.S. share common ground in an area that usually isn't talked about: the millions of babies aborted by each country.
Sandy Shoshani is a Messianic Jew and national director of Be'ad Chaim, a pro-life pregnancy center in Israel. During a recent interview on Urban Family Talk, she explained that abortion is just a way of life in Israel – and the government pays for it. She explained, in one example, that a female Israeli soldier who becomes pregnant can obtain two free abortions while in the military.
EXPOSED: EPA's Secret Agreement with UN to Control You
Alex Newman on the EPA's conspiracy with the UN, the State Department & the National Security Council to control every aspect of your life using the pretense of environmentalism.
Israel to Russia: Iran must withdraw completely from Syria
Russia has offered to keep Iranian forces in Syria away from the Israeli border, but Israel wants Tehran to completely withdraw, an Israeli official said Tuesday. Moscow made the offer -- which would see Iranian forces stay 100 kilometers (62 miles) from Syria's border with the Golan -- during talks Monday in Jerusalem between Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the official said.
Israel takes down Syrian plane
The IDF confirmed that two Patriot missiles had been fired at a Syrian Sukhoi plane. The plane was being tracked, and when it reached two kilometers (1.24 miles) into Israel, it was shot down.
Later reports said the plane fell in Syrian territory. The fate of the Syrian pilots is not clear.
Islamic State makes comeback in Iraq with switch to guerrilla tactics
Months after Iraq declared victory over Islamic State, its fighters are making a comeback with a scatter-gun campaign of kidnap and killing.
With its dream of a Caliphate in the Middle East now dead, Islamic State has switched to hit-and-run attacks aimed at undermining the government in Baghdad, according to military, intelligence and government officials interviewed by Reuters.
Canadian Schools Now Pushing "LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP." This is Real Life...
This is sadly real. You may have thought it was a joke. Because mocking the every growing "LGBTQAAPI silent F" is a punchline around these parts. Well, this morning a dedicated reader emailed me with the full bulletin below. Our punchline is now a reality. Life imitates comedic art.
Today's Democrat Socialists Live Out Ayn Rand's 'Atlas Shrugged'
As the Democratic Party lurches, nay lunges, leftward, it is instructive to reflect on the writings of Ayn Rand, the prophet of capitalism. Rand's 1957 masterwork, "Atlas Shrugged," never ceases to amaze with its anticipation of the left's multifarious schemes to undermine the economic system that is the foundation of our freedoms. The world of "Atlas Shrugged" is full of conniving politicians, compliant journalists, fake news, government handouts, and munificent people who never tire of spending other people's money.
Trump warns Iran's Rouhani: Threaten us 'and you will suffer'
President Trump on Sunday night warned that if Iran continued with its threats to the U.S. the country would suffer unspecified "consequences." In a tweet, written in all caps and directed explicitly at Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Trump wrote: "Never, ever threaten the United States again or you will suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before. We are no longer a country that will stand for your demented words of violence & death. Be cautious!"
Iran dismisses Trump threat, says he 'won't dare' attack
A high-ranking Iranian officer on Monday said US President Donald Trump's warning of unprecedented "consequences" for Iran, should it threaten the United States, is nothing but "psychological warfare." Gen. Gholam Hossein Gheibparvar, the chief of the paramilitary Revolutionary Guard's volunteer Basij force, also said that Trump "won't dare" take any military action against Iran. Gheibparvar's comments were reported by the semi-official ISNA news agency.
Reports: Israel Strikes Syrian Military Site Tied to Iran
Israeli fighter jets attacked targets in western Syria on Sunday, according to reports in Syria and Lebanon. The strike took place some outside the town Masyaf, located south-west of Hama, Syrian news agency SANA reported. According to the Lebanon-based Al Mayadeen channel, the attack was carried out by Israeli jets firing missiles from Lebanese airspace.
Steinitz warns of 'broad military operation' against Hamas
Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz (Likud) warned that recent escalations in violence between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip region may lead to a conflagration of war, during an interview with Israel's Reshet Bet. "The situation is going to be a quiet established under the framework of an agreement, or it will be a flare up that could be very severe including a broad military operation," Steinitz said.
In Gaza and Israel, war fears mount despite truce
Gaza City (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) - After seven chaotic and violent hours, quiet returned to the Gaza Strip overnight. Yet on Saturday, civilians in the Palestinian enclave and Israel remained fearful of the potential for a new war.
The fatal shooting by a Palestinian of an Israeli soldier during protests along the border Friday sparked a widespread wave of Israeli bombing, with three fighters from Gaza's Islamist rulers Hamas killed and dozens of targets struck.
With breakdown of Russian-Israeli "understandings" for S. Syria, Israel will strike Iranian targets
The US-Russian-Israel formula for South Syria, composed in painstaking discussions for weeks, is not working. This became clear in phone conversations on Friday, July 20, between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and President Vladimir Putin and their defense ministers. The "understandings" they had apparently reached were proving inoperable, including Russia's guarantees for the non-presence of Iranian militias and Hizballah near Israel's Golan border.
DNC Leader And Dem Rep. Keith Ellison Pushes To Remove Christian Books From Amazon
On Prime Day, Muslim Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) — the runner-up in the race to become chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) — sent a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. In this letter, he demanded the removal of products being sold by organizations labeled as "hate groups" by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). He called for the removal of products related to the KKK and Neo-Nazism, but his letter also effectively demanded the banning of books published by many Christian organizations the SPLC falsely labels "hateful."
Centrist Dems begin arguing against far-left agenda as 2020 play
Leading moderate Democrats forcefully argued this week that the party can embrace a robust agenda of change while still praising capitalism and downplaying income inequality. In other words, everything the empowered liberal base has spent a year and a half mobilizing against.
Amid Israel-Hamas violence, Gazans fearful of full-scale war
For weeks, Palestinian incendiary kites have been setting fields in southern Israel ablaze. Last weekend, fierce violence broke out between Hamas and Israel. In Gaza, residents fear the consequences of full-scale war.
Israeli soldier, three Palestinian militants, protester killed in Gaza escalation
Palestinian gunmen killed an Israeli soldier along the Gaza border on Friday, said the Israeli military, which launched dozens of strikes into Gaza that killed four Palestinians, including three Hamas fighters.
The soldier was the first to be killed on the Gaza front in active duty since a 2014 war between Israel and Hamas, an Israeli army spokesman said. He was on "operational activity" when he and colleagues came under fire, the military said.
Iran leader backs Rouhani's suggestion Iran to block Gulf oil exports if own sales stopped
Iran's supreme leader on Saturday backed President Hassan Rouhani's suggestion that Iran may block Gulf oil exports if its own exports are stopped, according to his official website.
CIA official: China wants to replace US as world superpower
The goal of China's influence operations around the world is to replace the United States as the world's leading superpower, the CIA's Michael Collins said Friday.
Speaking at the Aspen Security Forum during a session on the rise of China, Collins, the deputy assistant director of the CIA's East Asia Mission Center, said Chinese President Xi Jinping and his regime are waging a "cold war" against the US.
How Russia Is Taking Over the Middle East, One Country at a Time
Russia's success results from a combination of both deft diplomacy and weapons and nuclear reactor sales to states throughout the region, from Iran to Morocco. The weakness of American regional policy under the Obama administration, followed by the total chaos under Trump, have further contributed to Russia's success. Russian policy has been sophisticated, but has also benefited from the void left by the U.S.
Iran's Dire Straits...
In early July, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani threatened to prevent other countries from exporting oil if U.S. sanctions prevented Iran from selling its oil. Senior Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commanders quickly echoed the sentiment, which was followed by U.S. declarations that America would keep oil flowing through the Persian Gulf and Strait of Hormuz.
Syrian Rebels, Regime Strike Deal in Province Near Israeli Border, State TV Says
The Syrian state news agency SANA said on Thursday there are reports that rebels had agreed a surrender deal in the southwestern province of al-Quneitra at the frontier with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Reuters could not independently confirm the report.
Israel adopts divisive Jewish nation-state law
Israel passed a law on Thursday to declare that only Jews have the right of self-determination in the country, something members of the Arab minority called racist and verging on apartheid.
The "nation-state" law, backed by the right-wing government, passed by a vote of 62-55 and two abstentions in the 120-member parliament after months of political argument. Some Arab lawmakers shouted and ripped up papers after the vote.
Muslim Brotherhood embedded in national security
One terrorism expert has issued a stern warning about the extent to which the Muslim Brotherhood is embedded inside America's national security apparatus.
Understanding the Threat Founder and President John Guandolo - a former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent - shared with OneNewsNow some crucial information that he learned about the Islamic terrorism front organization, the Muslim Brotherhood, while he served with the government agency.
Zuckerberg defends Facebook users' right to be wrong - even Holocaust deniers
Mark Zuckerberg defended the rights of Facebook users to publish Holocaust denial posts, saying he didn't "think that they're intentionally getting it wrong".
In an interview with Recode published on Wednesday, the CEO also explained Facebook's decision to allow the far-right conspiracy theory website Infowars to continue using the platform, saying the social network would try to "reduce the distribution of that content", but would not censor the page.
UK Government Office Knew About Muslim Mass Rape Gangs Decade Before Investigating
Iran: 'There will be no Mideast peace deal, Israel will wither away'
The Supreme Leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, vowed that the US would be unable to broker a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, and that the Jewish state would ultimately disappear from the Middle East.
Speaking at a meeting of Iran's Hajj organization on Monday, Khamenei addressed President Donald Trump's ambitions to reach an historic accord between Israel and the PA, an agreement he dubbed the "deal of the century".
Israel announces nationwide military drills amid war preparedness on northern and Gaza fronts
Saturday night, July 14, the Israeli military announced nationwide IDF exercises would be conducted until the end of the week - an effective measure for placing the armed forces on the ready for war. The public was advised to expect unusual military traffic on the roads. This announcement appeared to conflict with earlier IDF assurances that large-scale tank and special units were standing by on the Gaza border ready for Hamas to further escalate the massive, continuous rocket barrage it launched against southern Israel as of Friday night.
Socialist Darling Ocasio-Cortz Trashes Israel, Calls Them "Occupiers" of Palestine
Episcopalians vote for gender-neutral 'marriage' rites
Episcopalian church leaders voted to expand the denomination's gender-neutral marriage rites at their triennial convention in Austin, Texas, that concluded over the weekend. The trial liturgies for same-gender marriages were initially implemented in the 2015 convention, but they were kept out of dioceses that morally objected. However, a resolution has now been passed that allows everyone to have access to these liturgies – regardless of the diocese they live in.
Canada clamping down on religious freedom
As religious freedom increasingly erodes north of the border, Canadians, are now wondering just how far the landslide will go. Earlier this year, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau implemented a policy with summer job grants for youth that greatly impacted non-profit organizations throughout the nation.
Pedophiles put themselves under the LGBT umbrella in re-branding effort
A pedophile group is trying to de-stigmatize pedophilia by calling themselves "Minor Attracted Persons" (MAPs) rather than pedophiles. Gay groups are up in arms because in the process the same pedophile group is claiming to be part of the LGBT community, even having gone so far as to create their own version of the rainbow flag for Gay Pride Month. This should come as no surprise.
Closeted Celebs, Gay Prostitution Ring...
Sex robots fuelling massive rise in sex addiction, expert warns...
Bombshell Report: How Big Tech Censors Conservatives on Social Media
The easily readable report, entitled The Censorship Master Plan Decoded, is intended for the average American to understand how online censorship works and how the various methods of suppression work together to clamp down on free speech throughout the Internet. It begins with a "triple threat" of institutions...
Massive Syrian-Hizballah Golan war preparations tie IDF down from reining in Gaza terror
"The countdown has started for the battle of Quneitra," Syrian and Iranian propaganda machines trumpeted on Friday, July 13. Since Thursday, DEBKAfile reports, troops have been pouring out of Daraa towards the Quneitra region opposite Israel's Golan border. They consist of the Syrian army and National Defense Forces (NDF) which are composed of Hizballah and Iraqi and Afghan Shiite militias commanded by Revolutionary Guards officers. On Friday, Syrian air defense units in Quneitra and Damascus were placed on war alert against potential Israeli aerial bombardment.
Gaza air strikes: Israel launches heaviest barrage since 2014 war amid militant rocket attacks
Israel has launched the largest wave of airstrikes on Gaza since the 2014 war, as militants in the enclave fired volleys of rockets at towns adjacent to the border. Two Palestinian teenagers were killed and at least three Israeli civilians were injured in the intense cross-border exchange that first erupted on Friday night.
Texas megachurch to leave UMC over LGBT issues?
With some 18,000 members, Windsor Village United Methodist Church of Houston appears to be fed up with the UMC's ongoing debate over embracing homosexuality and same-sex "marriage" and other left-leaning agendas that fly in the face of God's Word.
Facebook Does it Again: Gospel Song Flagged as Political
The Gospel music group Zion's Joy! posted its new song "What Would Heaven Look Like," a purely spiritual Christian praise song, to Facebook, boosting it with a $100 purchase - only to see the song censored for "political content." In a statement, a Facebook spokeswoman said that its political ad policy is "new, broad and exists to prevent election interference, so we're asking people with content that falls under those rules to simply get authorized and show who paid for the ad in order for it to run."
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf signs letter calling for ICE to be abolished
ayor Libby Schaaf was among more than 150 elected leaders who signed an open letter on Tuesday calling for the abolition of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The letter offers support to Wisconsin Rep. Mark Pocan, who introduced an "Abolish ICE" bill.
MSNBC's Katy Tur Declares We Live In A 'Progressive Era' Where The Constitution Is Obsolete
"Based on where Americans stand on the issues, and Americans have really moved in a much more progressive direction over the years, do you think it's appropriate to continue to take such a strict, originalist view of the Constitution, given it's 2018 and not 1776?"
Moving Left: California Dems Endorse Socialist Candidate over Feinstein
The California Democratic Party endorsed progressive candidate Kevin de Leon for Senate late Saturday in a stunning rebuke of 25-year incumbent and establishment favorite Dianne Feinstein. De Leon, the state Senate president pro tempore, secured 65 percent of the party's vote, while just 7 percent voted to endorse Feinstein.
The $247 trillion global debt bomb...
The untold story of the world economy - so far at least - is the potentially explosive interaction between the spreading trade war and the overhang of global debt, estimated at a staggering $247 trillion. That's "trillion" with a "t." The numbers are so large as to be almost incomprehensible. Households, businesses and governments borrow on the assumption that they will service their debts either by paying the principal and interest or by rolling over the debts into new loans. But this works only if incomes grow fast enough to make the debts bearable or to justify new loans. When those ingredients go missing, delinquencies, defaults and (at worse) panics follow.