Tuesday, August 04, 2015


Iran endorses nuclear EMP attack on United States Suspected for years of plotting to dismantle the U.S. electric grid, American officials have confirmed that Iranian military brass have endorsed a nuclear electromagnetic pulse explosion that would attack the country's power system.

US Syria Policy Mocked as Al Qaeda Hunts Down US-Backed Rebels US Syria Policy Mocked as Al Qaeda Hunts Down US-Backed Rebels.

'Beat up an Arab' game appears on Iranian website The game, linked to the country's Ministry of Culture and Guidance, has faced criticism from Iranian-Arabs who say it's racist.

US Urges Turkey to Tone Down War Against Kurds US and Europe warn Turkey after reports its Kurdish crackdown is killing civilians, as Ankara continues to largely ignore ISIS.

Yemen crisis: Houthi rebels 'driven from key al-Anad airbase' Pro-government forces in Yemen have retaken the country's largest airbase in a battle with Houthi rebels, government officials say.

Sources: Hamas focusing on terror attacks from West Bank after high casualties in Gaza war Hamas has changed its strategy as a result of heavy losses during Operation Protective Edge, 'Al-Hayat' quotes sources in Gaza as saying.

LGBT rights: Anti-terror orders should be used against Christian teachers who say same-sex marriage is wrong, says Tory MP Christian teachers who tell pupils that gay marriages is 'wrong' should have anti-terror banning orders used against them, a Tory MP has argued.

He's Back: Ahmadinejad Launches Political Campaign Iran's former president launches a political campaign in hopes of returning to power in February's parliamentary elections.

Russian President Turns 'Temple Mount' into Relative Term Russian President Vladimir Putin raised eyebrows when he dubbed a Crimean archaeological site the 'Temple Mount of Orthodox Christians'. 

Study names three 'most Jewish' cities in America Ranked by region, the Northeast is 4 percent Jewish; the Midwest, South and West each are 1 percent Jewish.