Wednesday, April 08, 2015


Visitors flock to see oil drilling underway in Golan Heights During the Passover holiday's intermediate days, around 2,000 people have come for tours of the Afek Oil and Gas drilling site.

Iran will start using fastest centrifuges on day deal takes effect What could possibly go wrong? "Iran news report: Tehran will start using fastest centrifuges on day deal takes effect," Times of Israel, April 8, 2015 (thanks to Jerk Chicken):

Where's the Outrage Over Palestinians Dying in Syria? The jihadists hordes of the Islamic State (ISIS) have captured most of the Yarmouk refugee camp on the outskirts of Damascus, driving out thousands of Palestinian residents and brutally slaughtering many.

REPORT: IRAN SENDS NAVY VESSELS NEAR YEMEN AMID AIRSTRIKES Iran dispatched a naval destroyer and another vessel Wednesday to waters near Yemen as the United States quickened weapons supply to the Saudi-led coalition striking rebels there, underlining how foreign powers are deepening their involvement in the conflict.

Watch: Historic Omer Barley Offering Held in Jerusalem Temple Institute holds reenactment of new barley offering on same day it was performed in Holy Temple thousands of years ago.

This World Pregnant With Threats "...try to answer the most urgent question, the question which torments all those who have happened to read our accounts: How much of the concentration camp world is dead and will not return, like slavery and the dueling code?

NASA promises 'definitive evidence' of alien life by 2025 We are on the cusp of discovering alien civilizations, NASA's top scientists have said. 

Russian Hackers Have Been in White House System for Months, Officials Say Russian hackers penetrated the White House non-public, non-classified computer system for several months last year, forcing the White House to shut down the system for several days, U.S. officials said.

Isis mass graves: Iraqi forensic teams recover remains of 1,700 military cadets slaughtered by militants near Tikrit Mass graves containing the bodies of 1,700 Iraqi military cadets who were slaughtered by Isis fighters last June are being opened by Iraqi forensic teams who have gained access to them since the capture of the nearby city of Tikrit.

Arab, Muslim delegates to gather in Israel for nuke conference 100 representatives, some from states with no formal ties to Jerusalem, expected for summit on banning nuclear testing

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