Thursday, September 10, 2015


* "Russia, Iran sending military forces to save Assad's regime" - Security source: Moscow setting up air strike capabilities; Iran sent IRGC ground force; ISIS is threatening to take Damascus.

* Wilders tells Dutch parliament refugee crisis is "Islamic invasion" - "Masses of young men in their twenties with beards singing Allahu Akbar across Europe."

Iran sent hundreds of fighters to Syria to back Assad, Israel says - "Unprecedented" deployment of Revolutionary Guards forces said to be carried out in coordination with Russia, which is also sending in troops.

* Russian Military Buildup in Syria Concerns Israel - Israeli officials have expressed concern over reports of a major Russian military buildup in neighboring Syria, a move that could have far-reaching ramifications for the Jewish state.

* Netanyahu urges action to stop Middle East "disintegrating" - Action is needed to stop the Middle East "disintegrating" under the threat of militant Islamists, Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu said at the start of talks in London with David Cameron.

* ISIS blasts Muslims fleeing to Europe as "sinners" - Islamic State's magazine says going to Europe is a "gate towards one's children and grandchildren abandoning Islam for Christianity, atheism, or liberalism."

* Amazon agrees to remove products with image of blood splattered Israeli flag - Products being sold with the image of a bloody Israeli flag will be removed from the site said Amazon.

* Netanyahu: Khamenei’s anti-Israel, anti-US tirade should burst any illusions about nuclear deal - PM, who is scheduled to meet British counterpart Thursday, says Iranian ayatollah made clear that the US remains the Great Satan, and that Tehran intends to destroy Israel.

* Cleric Demands PA Stop Security Coordination over Temple Mount - Ban on band of violent Muslim 'guardians' of the Mount has terror cleric seething, calls on PA to stop cooperation with Israeli security.

EU parliament backs plan to accept 160,000 migrants - Scheme calls for relocating influx from Greece, Hungary and Italy and portioning out future waves of refugee.

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