Tuesday, August 08, 2017


Gog and Magog 'Chaos' Appearing Now in Unholy US-Hezbollah-Assad Alliance: Rabbi American troops are en route to Lebanon to take their place in an unlikely alliance with terror group Hezbollah and the regime of Syrian President Bashar al Assad in a development that one prominent rabbi and a noted expert on Middle Eastern politics agree could be the final stage preceding the War of Gog and Magog.

PA Hysterical Over Possibility of Israeli Seat at UN Security Council If Israel is chosen to fill a seat in the United Nations Security Council it would be a political farce and a scandal, Ahmad Majdalani, member of the PLO Executive Committee, said on Saturday.

In Aggressive Move, Russian Military Builds Base on Syrian-Israeli Border Russian military forces have replaced the Syrian regime's military presence in Daraa and Quneitra in southern Syria, and have built a base in the area, Syrian opposition sources reported this week.

Sanhedrin Hosts Conference of Wine Experts to Reinstate Temple Wine The nascent Sanhedrin held an "Alpha Wine" conference to investigate all aspects of wine, theoretical and practical, as they pertain to Third Temple.

To Ascend the Mount, or Not, That is the Question Last week, a record number of Israelis visited the Temple Mount.

Kissinger: End of Islamic State Could Lead To 'Iranian Radical Empire' TEL AVIV - If the Islamic State is destroyed, the situation in the Middle East could end up being even more dire with the emergence of an "Iranian radical empire" in its wake.

Turkey & Qatar stage military drills amid Gulf diplomatic crisis Turkey and Qatar have staged joint military drills showcasing their strategic alliance, according to Qatari media.

Jordanian King met with Abbas on Jerusalem, peace efforts It is King Abdullah's first visit to Ramallah in five years and comes at a time when the peace process is at a standstill and Israeli-Jordanian relations are tense.

Bitcoin soars to record high value Bitcoin's value has jumped to a record high, following a month of turmoil.

Jordan fears Syrian demographic time bomb Number of child brides among Syrian refugees in Jordan has skyrocketed. Hashemite Kingdom worries phenomenon could pose demographic threat.

Provocation: Company sells 'love swastika' T-shirts A U.S.-based company has rolled out a line of shirts featuring swastikas, supposedly as a message of love.

Video from Nigeria: Over 50 Christians massacred in church during Sunday service Nigerian authorities are denying that this was a jihad attack.

Chaos and order in a changing world Lady Thatcher was one of the most significant leaders of our period.