Tuesday, April 03, 2012


Online graphic warns of al-Qaida return to NYC A mock movie poster warns al-Qaida wants to return to New York City, but authorities say there's no evidence of an actual threat.

Israeli-US Air, Naval Forces Train for Energy War Israeli, Greek and U.S. forces are in the midst of a drill in preparation for a possible war over Israel's huge off-shore gas discoveries.

Muslim Book Calling for World Domination Sold in Canada After it was revealed that a book advising Muslim men how to abuse and control their wives is being sold in a Toronto bookstore, The Toronto Sun newspaper has exposed that there are other controversial Muslim books being sold in Canadian stores.

'4th year in power is no small achievement' Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a special press conference Tuesday, summing up his government's three year in power.

New Arab Book Furthering Anti-Semitic Blood Libels A new book, entitled Jewish Hostility Towards Christ and Christians and written in Arabic by Assad Azzouni, has been gaining much Jordanian media publicity.

UN peacekeeping advance team due in Syria in 2 days An advance team from the UN peacekeeping department is expected in Damascus within 48 hours to discuss deployment of observers to monitor a ceasefire in Syria.

Moses was a Muslim who led Muslims in Exodus from Egypt, says PA university lecturer on PA TV A Palestinian university lecturer taught during a recent Palestinian Authority TV program on religion that Moses, a Muslim, brought "the Muslims of the Children of Israel out of Egypt."

Cabinet hears 300 would die in Iran strike In the event of an Iranian attack on Israel, less than 300 people would be killed during three weeks of non-stop fighting.

Hague: Palestinian Authority Has No Standing The Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court in The Hague announced Tuesday that he rejected a complaint filed by the PA against Israel for alleged war crimes during "Operation Cast Lead" in Gaza in 2009.

Gov't set to meet over Hebron settler home eviction Right wing politicians said they expected Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to authorize the controversial presence of 15 Jewish families in a newly purchased Hebron building in a Palestinian neighborhood.