Saturday, February 25, 2017


Kim Jong-nam killing: 'VX nerve agent' found on his face  Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korea's leader, was killed by a highly toxic nerve agent, says Malaysia. 

General McMaster and That 'Perverted Interpretation of Religion Used To Justify Violence'  President Trump has chosen Lt. General William McMaster as his new National Security Adviser. 

Terror Bio-Plague Could Kill 30 Million in Fulfillment of Zechariah End-of-Days Prophecy  It is a 'reasonable probability' that terrorists will use biological weapons to create a pandemic that would kill tens of millions, Bill Gates told an international security conference last Saturday. 

Iraq hits ISIS in Syria - with Russia, without US  The Iraqi air force Friday, Feb. 24, conducted its first ever bombardment of the Islamic State in Syria. 

Star's seven Earth-sized worlds set record  Astronomers have detected a record seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a single star. 

Saudi foreign minister makes landmark visit to Iraq  The Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir has met Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi - the first such visit by a Saudi foreign minister since 1990. 

Kim Jong-nam: Who in North Korea could organise a VX murder?  The mysterious killing of Kim Jong-nam has raised questions about who exactly could have orchestrated his murder. 

Pro-Palestinian Protesters Depict Netanyahu As Hitler In Sydney Rally  Hundreds of anti-Israel demonstrators take to the streets in Australian city as PM makes historic visit Down Under. 

Starbucks Brand Crashes After Announcement of Plan to Hire 10,000 Muslim 'Refugees'  The Starbucks Coffee brand has taken a major hit since the company's announcement that it would hire 10,000 Muslim 'refugees‚' in response to President Donald Trump's temporary travel moratorium in January. 

Extremist Muslims' One-Way Street  President Donald Trump's executive order of January 27, 2017, temporarily limiting entry from seven majority-Muslim countries - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen -- for 90 days, until vetting procedures can be put in place -- has caused international controversy, sparking protests both in the Western and Islamic worlds, including in increasingly Islamist Turkey.