Saturday, July 22, 2017

7/22/17

This is a war for sovereign control of Temple Mt  The brutal stabbing attack at Halamish, which left a grandfather of 70, his son and daughter dead while still in their 40s and a grandmother of 78 badly injured - when the family was gathered for the Sabbath Eve meal on Friday, July 21 - was no random act of terror. 

Metal Detectors and Palestinian Lies  The controversy surrounding the Israeli authorities' decision to place metal detectors at the gates of the Temple Mount calls to mind the famous Arab saying, "he beat me and cried then came to me to complain." 

Israeli Officials Accuse: The Pa, Wakf Are Inciting Palestinians To Murder  In the wake of Friday's lethal attack which claimed the lives of three Israelis, Israeli officials call on the Palestinian leadership to help restore the calm. 

Red Lines In Syria  Will Turkey's attacks on U.S. allies stir Washington to action? 

Thousands protest against Israel in Amman, Istanbul, Beirut  Some 8,000 gather in Jordanian capital vowing to become 'martyrs' for Al-Aqsa, burn Israeli flag, denounce security measures at Temple Mount following terror attack. 

Amman: Thousands Protest Against Israel's Temple Mount Security Measures  Thousands chanted 'The people want liberation of al-Aksa', Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood demands action. 

Qatar emir calls for negotiations to ease Gulf boycott  The emir of Qatar has called for negotiations to ease a boycott by four powerful Arab neighbours. 

EU statement on July 21 meeting of the JCPOA Joint Commission  A meeting of the Joint Commission of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) took place on 21 July 2017 in Vienna. 

Interpol fears ISIS trained 170+ bomb attackers for Europe - media  A list of dozens of suspected ISIS militants trained to deal with explosives and potentially aiming at terrorist attacks in Europe has been shared with EU intelligence by The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), the Guardian reports. 

Mafia money pollutes the EU economy  Major profits from large-scale illegal activities have to be laundered to enter the so-called clean economy.

Friday, July 21, 2017

7/21/17

World Looks Breathlessly to Temple Mount as Portal for Messianic Change Swings Open This week, for the first time since the Second Temple stood in all its glory, Jews were able to walk the Temple Mount freely as Muslim authority fell away from the site, allowing both Jews and Christians to heed the call to prayer on the Mountain of God and opening up the gates of redemption.

Jerusalem On Edge As Israel (Sort Of) Flexes Muscles at Temple Mount No, Jews still can't pray at Judaism's holiest site. The threat of Muslim violence has firmly established that status quo.

Canada: Muslim cleric calls for the elimination of Israelis and Jews If Canada is going to prosecute every anti-Semitic imam, Canadian authorities are going to have to make many more arrests, for the anti-Semitism that Maulana Syed Mohammad Zaki Baqri and others like him express is rooted in the Qur'an.

Likud minister: We won't concede sovereignty of the Temple Mount Likud minister says Cabinet, not police, decided to keep magnetometers at entrance to Temple Mount.

Jordan's intel tags Hizballah for Temple Mt. terror The Israeli police Thursday, July 20, released a video tape recording the movements of the terrorists heading for the murderous attack they committed on Temple Mount six days ago.

Can a Young Earth Geologist Prove Noah's Flood Story at Grand Canyon? After a four-year court battle, a geologist has been granted permission to collect samples from the Grand Canyon which he hopes will prove that Noah's flood took place less than 6,000 years ago.

Israeli Lawmakers Reminded They're Not Allowed on Temple Mount The reminder of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's order, in place since November 2015, was sent in response to MKs trying to visit the Temple Mount amid current tensions.

Israel: UNESCO is a full partner in Palestinian incitement Israel's UNESCO ambassador in Paris condemned UNESCO's actions as helping encourage Palestinian incitement.

IDF to boost presence in West Bank as Temple Mount Tensions flare The IDF is sending more troops to the area as Friday prayers are expected to elevate tensions around the holy site.

Israeli, French Space Agencies present out-of-this-world new mission Climate change collaboration of cosmic proportions is set to be launched on August 1.

On Temple Mount, will reason trump politics? As Palestinian religious and political leaders careen toward confrontation, Israel may need to be the adult in the room.

Beijing is on board with advancing the peace process, says Abbas Abbas praised China's fourpoint plan to resolve the Israeli- Palestinian conflict, and said the Palestinians are ready to coordinate with Beijing to implement it.

Amid Temple Mount tumult, the who, what and why of its Waqf rulers Jordan lost control of Jerusalem in 1967, but is now at the heart of a crisis that threatens to plunge the city into violence.

Christian Archeologists Search for Biblical Tabernacle at Shiloh At a time when a majority of people in the "Christian" West now reject the veracity of the Bible, believers with a more academic background are increasingly setting out to prove the Scriptures reliable.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

7/20/17

Jordan's intel tags Hizballah for Temple Mt. terror The Israeli police Thursday, July 20, released a video tape recording the movements of the terrorists heading for the murderous attack they committed on Temple Mount six days ago.

Can a Young Earth Geologist Prove Noah's Flood Story at Grand Canyon? After a four-year court battle, a geologist has been granted permission to collect samples from the Grand Canyon which he hopes will prove that Noah's flood took place less than 6,000 years ago.

Israeli Lawmakers Reminded They're Not Allowed on Temple Mount The reminder of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's order, in place since November 2015, was sent in response to MKs trying to visit the Temple Mount amid current tensions.

Israel: UNESCO is a full partner in Palestinian incitement Israel's UNESCO ambassador in Paris condemned UNESCO's actions as helping encourage Palestinian incitement.

IDF to boost presence in West Bank as Temple Mount Tensions flare The IDF is sending more troops to the area as Friday prayers are expected to elevate tensions around the holy site.

Israeli, French Space Agencies present out-of-this-world new mission Climate change collaboration of cosmic proportions is set to be launched on August 1.

On Temple Mount, will reason trump politics? As Palestinian religious and political leaders careen toward confrontation, Israel may need to be the adult in the room.

Beijing is on board with advancing the peace process, says Abbas Abbas praised China's fourpoint plan to resolve the Israeli- Palestinian conflict, and said the Palestinians are ready to coordinate with Beijing to implement it.

Amid Temple Mount tumult, the who, what and why of its Waqf rulers Jordan lost control of Jerusalem in 1967, but is now at the heart of a crisis that threatens to plunge the city into violence.

Christian Archeologists Search for Biblical Tabernacle at Shiloh At a time when a majority of people in the "Christian" West now reject the veracity of the Bible, believers with a more academic background are increasingly setting out to prove the Scriptures reliable.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

7/19/19

Jews Openly Pray Atop Temple Mount For First Time in Decades Jewish visitors to Jerusalem's Temple Mount on Monday did something that many are calling a prophetic breakthrough-they prayed, openly and without harassment.

Russian troops for Quneitra in defiance of Israel Russian army units are preparing to move into the Syrian town of Quneitra in the coming days and take up positions opposite the Syrian-Israeli Golan border, DEBKAfile reports exclusively from military sources.

Abbas's Fatah Calls for "Day of Rage" Wednesday in Response to Temple Mount Turmoil Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah party called for a "day of rage" to take place in eastern Jerusalem and the disputed territories Wednesday.

Police Close Temple Mount to Jewish Visitors Over Prayers Jerusalem police evicted a group of Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount Wednesday for violating visitation rules against non-Muslim prayer and closed the holy site to Jews.

'Apocalypse Between Islam and Judaism' on Temple Mount The Israeli government reopened the Temple Mount complex to Muslims and members of other faiths Sunday with strict new security measures, in the wake of last Friday's attack near the flashpoint holy site, in which Arab terrorists killed two Israeli Druze police officers.

Turkey: Erdogan's Obsession to Take Jerusalem Simply put, Jerusalem's Judaic history dates back to thousands of years before the birth of Islam, only in the seventh century CE.

Turkey's new curriculum ditches Darwin, will teach jihad as 'loving your nation' Turkey's education minister has announced details of the country's new curriculum, stating that it will include the concept of jihad as being patriotic, rather than a "holy war."

Who Would Believe the Palestinian Peace Discourse? Though founded in 1965 by the militant Muslim Brotherhood activist and Egyptian national Yasser Arafat, Israel is still unable to determine whether the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) is primarily a religious or a nationalistic movement.

If Temple Mount Security Measures Remain, 'We Will See an Explosion' Unrest brews in Jerusalem as Israeli forces tighten security in the Old City.

Pence: Embassy Move to Jerusalem is Question of 'When, Not If' US Vice President Mike Pence spoke at a Christian Zionist event in Washington.

As Muslims Boycott Temple Mount in Protest of Increased Security, Jews Seize Rare Opportunity to Pray A number of Israeli Jews were able to pray freely on the Temple Mount Monday after a bizarre sequence of events which resulted in Muslims boycotting the site.

Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI: Church on Verge of Capsizing A personal message delivered by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI for the funeral of a close friend has created a buzz that is not looking good for The Catholic Church.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

7/18/17

'Apocalypse Between Islam and Judaism' on Temple Mount The Israeli government reopened the Temple Mount complex to Muslims and members of other faiths Sunday with strict new security measures, in the wake of last Friday's attack near the flashpoint holy site, in which Arab terrorists killed two Israeli Druze police officers.

Turkey: Erdogan's Obsession to Take Jerusalem Simply put, Jerusalem's Judaic history dates back to thousands of years before the birth of Islam, only in the seventh century CE.

Turkey's new curriculum ditches Darwin, will teach jihad as 'loving your nation' Turkey's education minister has announced details of the country's new curriculum, stating that it will include the concept of jihad as being patriotic, rather than a "holy war."

Who Would Believe the Palestinian Peace Discourse? Though founded in 1965 by the militant Muslim Brotherhood activist and Egyptian national Yasser Arafat, Israel is still unable to determine whether the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) is primarily a religious or a nationalistic movement.

If Temple Mount Security Measures Remain, 'We Will See an Explosion' Unrest brews in Jerusalem as Israeli forces tighten security in the Old City.

Pence: Embassy Move to Jerusalem is Question of 'When, Not If' US Vice President Mike Pence spoke at a Christian Zionist event in Washington.

As Muslims Boycott Temple Mount in Protest of Increased Security, Jews Seize Rare Opportunity to Pray A number of Israeli Jews were able to pray freely on the Temple Mount Monday after a bizarre sequence of events which resulted in Muslims boycotting the site.

Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI: Church on Verge of Capsizing A personal message delivered by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI for the funeral of a close friend has created a buzz that is not looking good for The Catholic Church.

Monday, July 17, 2017

7/17/17

Edelstein to Jordanian counterpart: Just keep quiet Speaker of the Jordanian Parliament praises terrorists who carried out attack on Temple Mount.

Israel: Syrian truce plan license for Iran foothold Israel waited 10 days from Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin's announcement in Hamburg of their ceasefire plan for southwestern Syria along the borders with Jordan and Syria, before proclaiming its "total opposition" to the plan.

Kurdish Official: '99% Sure' ISIS Leader Baghdadi Still Alive Conflicting reports continue to emerge around the leader of ISIS and his whereabouts.

'Israel May Need To Take Out Iranian Bases in Syria' Former NSC head says Iranian nuke deal source of problems Iran is causing in region, and deal is "worse than we imagined."

Ministers Approve Bill Aiming to Take Jerusalem Off The Negotiating Table The amendment to Basic Law: Jerusalem states that giving up Israeli sovereignty over any part of Jerusalem would require approval by 80 MKs, three-fourths of the Knesset.

Qatar crisis: UAE denies hacking news agency The United Arab Emirates has denied it was behind the alleged hacking of Qatar's state news agency in May.

Muslims avoid Temple Mount Arab Israelis heed calls by Waqf not to go to mosque in protest against installation of metal detectors following deadly terror attack.

Ancient Jugs Unearthed at Shiloh Could Reveal Precise Location of Tabernacle Ten ancient jugs unearthed at the Samaria site of the ancient city of Shiloh could lead researchers to new discoveries about the Jewish tabernacle that existed there before the First Temple was built in Jerusalem.

Palestinian Terror Groups Praise 'Heroic', 'Natural' Temple Mount Killings Friday's terror attack near the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, where three Arab terrorists killed two Israeli police officers, was praised by the Palestinian terror groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad.

ISIS in the Sinai eyeing Israel According to senior IDF officials, it is only a matter of time and strategic consideration before ISIS in the Sinai-which boasts hundreds of fighters-turns its attention towards Israel and aims to carry out a serious attack.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

7/15/17

Holy Temple Mount Desecrated With Murder  At around 7 AM on Friday, three Palestinian terrorists finished their prayers in the mosque on the Temple Mount, exited the compound and opened fire on passersby, killing two Druze Israeli policemen and injuring a medic moderately. 

Does Fatah see new UNESCO resolution as an endorsement of violence and terror in Jerusalem?  This week UNESCO passed a resolution denouncing Israel's activity in the Old City of Jerusalem, particularly its archaeological excavations. 

Hamas calls for attacks on Israelis after Temple Mount closure  Terror group holds rally to celebrate killing of two Israeli officers; describes shuttering of compound as a 'religious war.' 

Israel outraged by Jordan's reaction to terror attack  Jordanian government demands Israel immediately re-open the Al-Aqsa Mosque to worshipers. Israel: Jordan escalating the situation. 

Russian and NATO pilots are testing each other's wills in the skies above Eastern Europe  NATO and Russian aircraft and ships have drawn ever closer in the skies and seas around Eastern Europe in recent years, engaging in a kind of cat-and-mouse game that has led to many near misses. 

Analysis: Terror Attack On Temple Mount Can Lead To Dangerous Escalation  Since October 2015 Palestinian youth have stabbed, run over and shot Israeli soldiers and civilians, including some tourists, in a wave of violence in the West Bank and Israel. 

Turkey marks anniversary of failed coup with mass rallies  Tens of thousands of Turks have taken to the streets to mark the first anniversary of a failed coup. 

Temple Mount killers aimed to set the Middle East ablaze  Arab Israeli trio selected the most resonant site in the region; they expected to die, and to trigger much more bloodshed. 

Archbishop of Strasbourg: 'Muslims say France will be theirs'  'European migration policies bringing biggest shift since third century barbarian invasions led to Western Roman Empire collapse.' 

After Mosul: Iraq Faces Three Challenges  Last Thursday, Dressed in battle fatigues and adopting a martial tone, Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi entered the remains of the historic al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul to announce the end of ISIS.

Friday, July 14, 2017

7/14/17

Terror Attack on Jerusalem's Temple Mount, 2 Israeli Police Killed Police reported three terrorists killed on Friday morning. As a result, the police closed the compound, thus cancelling Friday's Muslim prayers at the site.

Temple Mount killers aimed to set the Middle East ablaze Arab Israeli trio selected the most resonant site in the region; they expected to die, and to trigger much more bloodshed.

Hamas, Islamic Jihad lavish praise on 'heroic' Temple Mount shooting Fatah calls police response 'an attempt to exploit what happened to carry out an Israeli plan prepared in advance'.

Video: Footage Emerges of Shooting Attack at Temple Mount Video footage emerged Friday from part of a shooting attack in which three terrorists opened fire on security forces at the entrance to the holy compound.

Two Israelis murdered in Temple Mt terror attack Israeli security officials and experts have been trying hard to blunt the impact of the terrorist shooting attack on Friday, July 14 at the Lion's Gate entrance to Temple Mount, in which two Israeli border police officers were murdered and a third injured.

Israeli Officials Question Temple Mount Status Quo After Terror Attack Israeli officials release statements on the attack at the Temple Mount, which has left several injured.

Iran leases air, land and sea bases in Syria The leases are part of Iranian plan to permanently base fighter aircraft and roughly 5,000 militiamen capable of striking Israel.

Holy Temple Mount Desecrated With Murder At around 7 AM on Friday, three Palestinian terrorists finished their prayers in the mosque on the Temple Mount, exited the compound and opened fire on passersby, killing two Druze Israeli policemen and injuring a medic moderately.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

7/13/17

First Mosaics of Jonah and the Whale Unearthed An ongoing excavation of a 1,600 year old synagogue in the Galilee area has uncovered unique mosaics depicting Biblical scenes in ways never seen before.

Hezbollah Threatens to 'Surprise Israel' in Next War French report releases new and alarming details on underground weapons facilities the Shi'ite terror group operates in Lebanon.

'Israel Seeking Direct Saudi Flights for Pilgrims' Aerial aspirations would potentially pave way for increased commercial ties between the two nations that do not have formal diplomatic relations.

Evangelical Christians Fume Over Latest UNESCO Resolution The recent UNESCO vote on Hebron placed the Cave of the Patriarchs entirely in Palestinian domain, ignoring the existence of both the Bible and modern Israel.

Russians enter Daraa, Syrians/Hizballah move out Russian troops stepped into southern Syria for the first time Wednesday, July 13, when they entered the embattled town of Daraa to start enforcing the partial ceasefire agreed by Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin in Hamburg on July 7.

Anti-Israel Bias in Education: New Textbooks Turn Young Americans Against Jewish State Anti-Israel bias in the textbooks used by many American high schools may be to blame for the decrease in sympathy for Israel among young adults.

Nasrallah: The United States created ISIS Hezbollah leader welcomes the liberation of Mosul from ISIS, accuses the United States of creating the jihadist group.

President Erdogan tells BBC: EU wastes Turkey's time Turkey will find it "comforting" if the EU says it cannot be accepted as a member, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told the BBC.

What Occupation? Most Israelis Say This Land is Ours A growing majority of Israelis no longer sees the presence of Jews or the Israeli military in the so-called "West Bank" as an occupation.

After Baghdadi's Presumed Death, Questions of ISIS' New Leadership Arise Sources continue to dispute the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi - but what does ISIS do now without his leadership?

UN: Gaza will be unlivable in three years The report cites population growth, lack of electricity, food and water shortages as the reasons for woes.

Brexit: EU negotiator Barnier firm on citizens' rights The EU's top Brexit negotiator has said there are still major differences between the EU and UK on the rights of EU citizens living in Britain.

BRING IT UN North Korea warns it will 'turn self-destructive US into a pile of ash' if Donald Trump orders attack on its nuclear sites Chilling threat from trigger-happy tyrant Kim Jong-un as US test fires missile defence system designed to shield it from nuclear strike.

Archbishop of Strasbourg: 'Muslims say France will be theirs' 'European migration policies bringing biggest shift since third century barbarian invasions led to Western Roman Empire collapse.'

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

7/12/17

Russians enter Daraa, Syrians/Hizballah move out Russian troops stepped into southern Syria for the first time Wednesday, July 13, when they entered the embattled town of Daraa to start enforcing the partial ceasefire agreed by Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin in Hamburg on July 7.

Anti-Israel Bias in Education: New Textbooks Turn Young Americans Against Jewish State Anti-Israel bias in the textbooks used by many American high schools may be to blame for the decrease in sympathy for Israel among young adults.

Nasrallah: The United States created ISIS Hezbollah leader welcomes the liberation of Mosul from ISIS, accuses the United States of creating the jihadist group.

President Erdogan tells BBC: EU wastes Turkey's time Turkey will find it "comforting" if the EU says it cannot be accepted as a member, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told the BBC.

What Occupation? Most Israelis Say This Land is Ours A growing majority of Israelis no longer sees the presence of Jews or the Israeli military in the so-called "West Bank" as an occupation.

After Baghdadi's Presumed Death, Questions of ISIS' New Leadership Arise Sources continue to dispute the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi - but what does ISIS do now without his leadership?

UN: Gaza will be unlivable in three years The report cites population growth, lack of electricity, food and water shortages as the reasons for woes.

Brexit: EU negotiator Barnier firm on citizens' rights The EU's top Brexit negotiator has said there are still major differences between the EU and UK on the rights of EU citizens living in Britain.

BRING IT UN North Korea warns it will 'turn self-destructive US into a pile of ash' if Donald Trump orders attack on its nuclear sites Chilling threat from trigger-happy tyrant Kim Jong-un as US test fires missile defence system designed to shield it from nuclear strike.

Archbishop of Strasbourg: 'Muslims say France will be theirs' 'European migration policies bringing biggest shift since third century barbarian invasions led to Western Roman Empire collapse.'

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

7/11/17

'Hamas has brought nothing but pain and destruction to Gaza' Israel's Ambassador Danon speaks on UN 'Report on Ten Years of Hamas Rule in Gaza'.

Trouble among America's Gulf Allies The State Department should declare both the Muslim Brotherhood and Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) as Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs), thus triggering the penalties and sanctions required by law when such a declaration is made.

Israel a key player in Syria ceasefire deal Analysis: The agreement signed between the US, Russia and Jordan would likely have never been born without Israel's involvement, in light of its alleged influence on rebel elements in the Syrian Golan Heights.

The Meaning of UNESCO's Decisions Regarding Jewish Heritage in the Holy Land The latest UNESCO decision to recognize Hebron and the Cave of the Patriarchs as a threatened "Palestinian" world heritage site sparked a tantrum among Israeli leaders.

Hezbollah's Missiles Will Not Rust Israel weighs its options in the face of a dangerous military buildup across the border.

Today is 250th birthday of the President most knowledgeable about Islam: John Quincy Adams John Quincy Adams was born on July 11, 1767 in Braintree, Massachusetts, and served as President of the United States from March 4, 1825 to March 4, 1829.

China's Intelligence Networks in United States Include 25,000 Spies Beijing's spy networks in the United States include up to 25,000 Chinese intelligence officers and more than 15,000 recruited agents who have stepped up offensive spying activities since 2012.

Tourism in Israel hits record high Tourism during first half of 2017 jumps 26%, marking record high. Tourism Minister: Expect similar stats in coming months.

Does Fatah see new UNESCO resolution as an endorsement of violence and terror in Jerusalem? This week UNESCO passed a resolution denouncing Israel's activity in the Old City of Jerusalem, particularly its archaeological excavations.

After Mosul: Iraq Faces Three Challenges Last Thursday, Dressed in battle fatigues and adopting a martial tone, Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi entered the remains of the historic al-Nuri Mosque in Mosul to announce the end of ISIS.

Monday, July 10, 2017

7/10/17

Muslima infiltrates church to spy on, report Somali Christians Islamic communities establish informant infrastructure to intimidate apostates.

Sea Breeze: US sends missile warships, Navy SEALs to massive war games off Ukraine coast Several US missile warships, over 800 sailors and a Navy SEALs team have arrived in the Black Sea to take part in the 12-day Sea Breeze 2017 naval exercise off Ukraine, which will include maritime forces from 16 countries.

WATCH - Palestinian Authority TV: Murder of 22 Israeli Kids 'An Act Of Heroism' TEL AVIV - The murder of 22 Israeli children and their teachers in a terror attack in the 1970s was an "act of heroism," a program broadcast on official Palestinian Authority TV declared last week.

Baghdadi 'The Ghost': World jihad's low-profile boss Reclusive Islamic State leader announced caliphate in Grand Mosque in June 2014 and hasn't been seen since.

Battle for Mosul: Iraqi troops clearing last IS militants Iraqi security forces are clearing the final pockets of resistance by Islamic State militants in the city of Mosul.

UNESCO Rewrites Bible: Declares Hebron is Palestinian In a secret ballot held at the World Heritage Committee's 41st annual summit in Krakow Poland, on Friday, UNESCO voted twelve to three in favor declaring the Holy City of Hebron and the Cave of the Patriarchs "Palestinian world heritage sites".

Report sheds light on Iranian missile factories being built in Lebanon Hezbollah building at least two subterranean facilities to manufacture medium-range rockets, sources tell Intelligence Online magazine.

Robert Spencer: Pope Francis, Defender of Islam Pope Francis received a noteworthy honor last week when Ahmed al-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Cairo's al-Azhar, thanked him for his "defense of Islam against the accusation of violence and terrorism."

Ukraine wants membership plan talks, says Poroshenko Ukraine's president has asked for discussions to begin on an action plan that could eventually lead to membership of Nato.

Putin Looked Trump in the Eye and Lied to Him Before Donald Trump's meeting with Vladimir Putin at the G20, media speculation approached hysterical levels.

Saturday, July 08, 2017

7/8/17

Palestinians: Unesco Vote Proves Israel's Jerusalem Narrative False  Hamas spokesman claims resolution asserts rights of Palestinians in Jerusalem, Israeli Foreign Ministry states decision is 'sad, needless and pathetic'. 

Iran is on board new US-Russia truce deal in Syria  'The United States, Russia and regional countries reached a ceasefire deal in southwestern Syria,' a US official said on Friday, July 7 after the Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin ended their hotly-anticipated first encounter in Hamburg.  

G20 summit: Leaders agree to disagree on climate change  Leaders of 19 nations at the G20 summit in Germany have renewed their pledge to implement the Paris deal on climate change, despite the US withdrawing. 

Battle for Mosul: IS defeat imminent, says state TV  So-called Islamic State (IS) defences in the Iraqi city of Mosul are collapsing fast and troops expect to take full control in the next few hours, state television has announced. 

These American Jews are looking beyond the Western Wall - to the Temple Mount  A growing movement is pressing to restore the right of Jews to pray at the site of the biblical Jewish temples. 

Training The Next Generation Of Israeli 'Cyber Warriors'  Lt.-Col. Yaniv Ossi, commander of the computing school that trains hitech soldiers, talks of the threats and intentions to work more closely with academia to retain Israel's qualitative edge. 

Nikki Haley: Unesco Vote On Hebron Tragic, An Affront To History  US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley bashes UNESCO for declaring the Old City of Hebron and the Tomb of the Patriarchs to be part of Palestinian territory, warns that "it causes much harm." 

Countries boycotting Qatar rescind their demands  Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Bahrain rescind their 13 demands of Qatar, vow more measures against it. 

Summer camp in Samaria: firearm training for 10-year-olds  The Yakir settlement in Samaria runs a summer camp where children who finished in fourth and fifth grade were trained with a M16 rifle; some parents were outraged: 'This is a Hamas camp.

Islamic terrorists behead 9 civilians in Kenya  Al-Qaeda-aligned al-Shabab group has carried out a wave of attacks near the border with Somalia.

Friday, July 07, 2017

7/7/17

G20: Trump and Putin hold first face-to-face talks Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have held their first face-to-face talks, on the sidelines of the G20 summit in the German city of Hamburg.

North Korea Violates International Law With Ballistic Missile Tests North Korea raised the stakes on Tuesday when it tested a two-stage intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) its news agency claimed is capable of hitting the "heart of the United States" with "large heavy nuclear warheads."

Eastern Europe Chooses to Keep Western Civilization "The greatest difference is that in Europe, politics and religion have been separated from one another, but in the case of Islam it is religion that determines politics" - Zoltan Balog, Hungary's Minister for Human Resources.

North Korea just showed it had a missile that can hit the US - here's what happens next North Korea just tested a nuclear-capable missile that experts say can hit Alaska.

Palestinians: UNESCO Vote Proves Israel's Jerusalem Narrative False Hamas spokesman claims resolution asserts rights of Palestinians in Jerusalem, Israeli Foreign Ministry states decision is "sad, needless and pathetic".

Israel Blasts UNESCO for Latest Resolution Declaring Jerusalem 'Occupied' Israel blasted UNESCO's World Heritage Committee for calling the country an 'occupying power' in Jerusalem and condemning 'all [Israeli] legislative and administrative measures and actions' that have 'altered or purport to alter the character and status of the Holy City.'

'Israeli-PA Generals Agreed to 10-to-15- Year IDF Presence in Jordan Valley' Allen's recent remarks to the Post were the first time he has gone on record in detail about the plan.

IDF Keeping a Close Eye on Iran's Weapons Factory in Lebanon The IDF is keeping a watchful eye on Iranian attempts to manufacture precise weaponry in Lebanon and Syria, Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot told the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Wednesday.

Trump warns North Korea of 'severe' options over missile test US President Donald Trump has warned North Korea that he is considering a "pretty severe" response following the country's long-range missile test.

Trump Connects Europe's Soviet and Nazi Past with Global War on Terror US President Donald Trump commemorated the horrors Poland suffered during both Soviet and Nazi occupations during a speech in Warsaw.

'North Korea's missile is not one we've seen before' Pentagon official says test missile was two stage, of a type never seen before; it 'absolutely' poses a threat to air and sea traffic.

Asking China to 'Fix' North Korea Is a Waste of Time American and South Korean officials have said for over a year that North Korea would be able, within a very short time, to miniaturize a nuclear device, mount it on an intercontinental ballistic missile and hit the continental United States.

Trump Admin: We will strike Iranian Backed Forces U.S. forces have been instructed to take necessary measures to protect American interests in Syria, that includes striking Iranian forces.

Clashes erupt between anti-G20 protesters and police in Hamburg (PHOTOS, VIDEO) An anti-G20 demonstration in Hamburg has led to a violent confrontation between police and protesters on the streets of the German city. Police were attacked by black-clad rally activists and responded with pepper spray and water cannons.

Thursday, July 06, 2017

7/6/17

Palestinians: UNESCO Vote Proves Israel's Jerusalem Narrative False Hamas spokesman claims resolution asserts rights of Palestinians in Jerusalem, Israeli Foreign Ministry states decision is "sad, needless and pathetic".

Israel Blasts UNESCO for Latest Resolution Declaring Jerusalem 'Occupied' Israel blasted UNESCO's World Heritage Committee for calling the country an 'occupying power' in Jerusalem and condemning 'all [Israeli] legislative and administrative measures and actions' that have 'altered or purport to alter the character and status of the Holy City.'

'Israeli-PA Generals Agreed to 10-to-15- Year IDF Presence in Jordan Valley' Allen's recent remarks to the Post were the first time he has gone on record in detail about the plan.

IDF Keeping a Close Eye on Iran's Weapons Factory in Lebanon The IDF is keeping a watchful eye on Iranian attempts to manufacture precise weaponry in Lebanon and Syria, Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot told the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Wednesday.

Trump warns North Korea of 'severe' options over missile test US President Donald Trump has warned North Korea that he is considering a "pretty severe" response following the country's long-range missile test.

Trump Connects Europe's Soviet and Nazi Past with Global War on Terror US President Donald Trump commemorated the horrors Poland suffered during both Soviet and Nazi occupations during a speech in Warsaw.

'North Korea's missile is not one we've seen before' Pentagon official says test missile was two stage, of a type never seen before; it 'absolutely' poses a threat to air and sea traffic.

Asking China to 'Fix' North Korea Is a Waste of Time American and South Korean officials have said for over a year that North Korea would be able, within a very short time, to miniaturize a nuclear device, mount it on an intercontinental ballistic missile and hit the continental United States.

Trump Admin: We will strike Iranian Backed Forces U.S. forces have been instructed to take necessary measures to protect American interests in Syria, that includes striking Iranian forces.

Clashes erupt between anti-G20 protesters and police in Hamburg (PHOTOS, VIDEO) An anti-G20 demonstration in Hamburg has led to a violent confrontation between police and protesters on the streets of the German city. Police were attacked by black-clad rally activists and responded with pepper spray and water cannons.

Wednesday, July 05, 2017

7/5/17

'Repeating a lie does not suspend reality' "Repeated mistakes made by UNESCO do not change Jewish connection to Jerusalem or reality on ground.'

MK Glick: PM Decision to Allow Temple Mount Visits "Correct and Praiseworthy" Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu approved a "trial run" Sunday allowing MKs to visit the Temple Mount, reversing an October, 2015 decision to block Jewish MKs from using their parliamentary immunity to visit the site.

Kim Jong Un: Missile launch a 4th of July 'gift to American bastards' Washington confirms North Korea has test-fired its first ICBM; Pyongyang claims it can carry 'large, heavy nuclear warhead'.

'Blocking Hezbollah Weapons gains is IDF's top priority' Hezbollah's rockets are not particularly accurate at the moment, asserts IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot.

56 Patriots Pledged Their Lives, Fortunes, and Sacred Honor  Fifty-six men pledged 'our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor' 241 years ago.

MKS Expected to be allowed on Temple Mount this month "I call on all MKs to ascend the Mount and respect the place appropriately, leaving disputes and agendas behind," MK Yehudah Glick said.

Khamenei: "Palestine is number one issue of Islamic world," also calls for jihad in Bahrain, Kashmir, Yemen Bahrain and Yemen are Sunni/Shia jihads. Kashmir and Israel are jihads against Infidels.

Who Is the Bush carrier meant to deter? Not Iran The arrival of USS George H.W. Bush on Saturday, July 1, for the first visit a US aircraft carrier has paid to Israel in nearly tow decades is a happy event for the Jewish state.

Qatar is given a further 48 hours to meet Gulf demands Saudi Arabia and three other Arab states have given Qatar an extra two days to accept a list of demands or face further sanctions.

US Aircraft Carrier off Israel's Coast symbol of freedom, Netanyahu says Netanyahu visits floating US war machine leading fight against ISIS.

'Interesting things happening' on Mideast peace, Trump tweets "Spoke yesterday with the King of Saudi Arabia about peace in the Middle-East. Interesting things are happening!"

Settler Leaders get first invite to US Embassy July 4 Party This would never have happened a year ago, the Samaria Regional Council said.

A glimpse into one of the world's most powerful ships Arutz Sheva tours the US Navy aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush.

U.S. Military Preparing New Options for North Korea Pres. Donald Trump's administration is considering many options, including military, on their response if North Korea carries out another nuclear test according to National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster according to FOX News.

Tsar Vladimir and His 40 Daughters Will they? Won't they? These are the questions that are making the rounds in international political circles these days.

Tuesday, July 04, 2017

7/4/17

56 Patriots Pledged Their Lives, Fortunes, and Sacred Honor  Fifty-six men pledged 'our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor' 241 years ago.

MKS Expected to be allowed on Temple Mount this month "I call on all MKs to ascend the Mount and respect the place appropriately, leaving disputes and agendas behind," MK Yehudah Glick said.

Khamenei: "Palestine is number one issue of Islamic world," also calls for jihad in Bahrain, Kashmir, Yemen Bahrain and Yemen are Sunni/Shia jihads. Kashmir and Israel are jihads against Infidels.

Who Is the Bush carrier meant to deter? Not Iran The arrival of USS George H.W. Bush on Saturday, July 1, for the first visit a US aircraft carrier has paid to Israel in nearly tow decades is a happy event for the Jewish state.

Qatar is given a further 48 hours to meet Gulf demands Saudi Arabia and three other Arab states have given Qatar an extra two days to accept a list of demands or face further sanctions.

US Aircraft Carrier off Israel's Coast symbol of freedom, Netanyahu says Netanyahu visits floating US war machine leading fight against ISIS.

'Interesting things happening' on Mideast peace, Trump tweets "Spoke yesterday with the King of Saudi Arabia about peace in the Middle-East. Interesting things are happening!"

Settler Leaders get first invite to US Embassy July 4 Party This would never have happened a year ago, the Samaria Regional Council said.

A glimpse into one of the world's most powerful ships Arutz Sheva tours the US Navy aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush.

U.S. Military Preparing New Options for North Korea Pres. Donald Trump's administration is considering many options, including military, on their response if North Korea carries out another nuclear test according to National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster according to FOX News.

Tsar Vladimir and His 40 Daughters Will they? Won't they? These are the questions that are making the rounds in international political circles these days.

Monday, July 03, 2017

7/3/17

MKS Expected to be allowed on Temple Mount this month "I call on all MKs to ascend the Mount and respect the place appropriately, leaving disputes and agendas behind," MK Yehudah Glick said.

Khamenei: "Palestine is number one issue of Islamic world," also calls for jihad in Bahrain, Kashmir, Yemen Bahrain and Yemen are Sunni/Shia jihads. Kashmir and Israel are jihads against Infidels.

Who Is the Bush carrier meant to deter? Not Iran The arrival of USS George H.W. Bush on Saturday, July 1, for the first visit a US aircraft carrier has paid to Israel in nearly tow decades is a happy event for the Jewish state.

Qatar is given a further 48 hours to meet Gulf demands Saudi Arabia and three other Arab states have given Qatar an extra two days to accept a list of demands or face further sanctions.

US Aircraft Carrier off Israel's Coast symbol of freedom, Netanyahu says Netanyahu visits floating US war machine leading fight against ISIS.

'Interesting things happening' on Mideast peace, Trump tweets "Spoke yesterday with the King of Saudi Arabia about peace in the Middle-East. Interesting things are happening!"

Settler Leaders get first invite to US Embassy July 4 Party This would never have happened a year ago, the Samaria Regional Council said.

A glimpse into one of the world's most powerful ships Arutz Sheva tours the US Navy aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush.

U.S. Military Preparing New Options for North Korea Pres. Donald Trump's administration is considering many options, including military, on their response if North Korea carries out another nuclear test according to National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster according to FOX News.

Tsar Vladimir and His 40 Daughters Will they? Won't they? These are the questions that are making the rounds in international political circles these days.

Saturday, July 01, 2017

7/1/17

This Week: Parashat Chukat: The Statute Of The Red Heifer - Progress Report  This week the Torah portion of Chukat, Numbers 19:1 - 22:1, will be read in synagogues around the world. 

US Defence Secretary Mattis delays lifting transgender ban  US Defence Secretary James Mattis has approved a six-month delay to an Obama administration plan to let transgender recruits into the US military. 

Syrian Christians fighting back against Islamic State jihadis  Christians are being killed en masse and tortured by Islamic State jihadists, and children are being beheaded in front of their parents; raped; and burned to death. 

Turkey's Power-Play In Qatar Leads To Warmer Relations With Iran  The Qatar-Turkey alliance creates a third side to the Middle East's regional struggles and will affect Israel. 

U.N. Hosts Jew-Hate Palestinian Forum  U.N. join hands with terrorist collaborators. 

The Blessings And Curses Of Israel's 1967 Victory  Five decades into the occupation, the world refuses to accept Israel's presence beyond the 1967 lines, which continues to erode Israeli society and threaten its democracy. 

Donald Trump warns North Korea of 'determined response'  US President Donald Trump says that years of "strategic patience" with North Korea have failed and it is now time for a "determined response". 

Pope shakes up Vatican by replacing conservative doctrinal chief  In a major shake up of the Vatican's administration on Saturday, Pope Francis replaced Catholicism's top theologian, a conservative German cardinal who has been at odds with the pontiff's vision of a more inclusive Church. 

Islamic State jihadists force starving Yazidi sex slave to eat her own baby  Although this sickening deed by the Islamic State was done for 'entertainment,' the practice of 'eating of infidels has precedents throughout Islamic history, especially as a terror tactic.' 

US needs to get back its 'international power' role - Iraqi VP  The US has vacated its traditional global leadership role and lacks 'a clear-cut strategy' for the Middle East, despite scoring major victories over Islamic State, Iraq's vice-president told CNN.