Tuesday, December 10, 2019

12/10/19

Erdogan bashes Israel, calls on Muslims to unite against the West Ankara claimed it is the "lone voice" standing up for Palestinians today.

Turkey's next military target: Libya Ankara claims it opposes Israel, Cyprus, Greece and Egypt and will act militarily in Libya and in the Mediterranean.

Europe No Longer Hides Its Hostility to Israel The European Union seems deliberately to fail to recognize that Israel, a sovereign state, is regularly under threat -- even extreme continuous rocket fire from Gaza and Syria -- and, for that reason alone deserves its full support.

Fatah: "We won't relinquish a grain of soil... from the [Mediterranean] Sea to the [Jordan] River" Two Fatah officials have recently repeated the PA and Fatah's uncompromising stance that "Palestine" includes all of the State of Israel in addition to the PA areas and Gaza, and that Jews/Israelis are nothing but temporary "invaders."

Hebron - Purchased, Deeded, & Rebuilt There are four places in Israel where the Bible records the Jewish people purchasing land.

EXPOSED: Corbyn, UK Labour Party Tied to Hamas Network Hamas officials in the Gaza Strip and London's Hamas institutions have joined forces to support Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party, ahead of the upcoming UK elections this week.

Jew-Hate in Germany Last month, a woman was attacked in Bavaria for being Jewish. A man heard her two sons speaking Hebrew and recognized them as being Israeli.

Christian Lawmakers Pledge to 'Never Stand Silent' in the Face of Anti-Israel Boycotts Speaking to a group of high ranking pro-Israel Christians on Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lauded Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's recent declaration that the U.S. no longer considers Jewish settlements in the West Bank unlawful.

Construction of New US Embassy in Jerusalem Authorized: To be Built on Way to Hebron A meeting with officials from the US State Department was held at Jerusalem mayor Moshe Leon's office.

Flat Earth lecture at Israeli school draws fire National-religious high school in central Israel invites Flat Earther to address students, sparking controversy.

Monday, December 09, 2019

12/9/19

Russian fighter jets hindered Israel from striking military base in Syria: report Israel has carried out hundreds of strikes in Syria but generally refrains from commenting on them.

Likud, Blue and White agree on March 2 election date The two parties will begin on Monday to advance legislation required to set the election date.

Israeli FM: Bombing Iran to stop its nuclear program 'an option' Israel's top diplomat also chastised European leaders for not taking a more aggressive stand against Tehran.

Russian forces enter former Islamic State stronghold in Syria after U.S. pullback Russian forces have entered Raqqa, the former de facto capital of the Islamic State caliphate, in one of the starkest examples yet of how Moscow has filled the vacuum created by President Donald Trump's decision to pull U.S. forces from northern Syria.

Puppet Show In Middle-East: Iran Is Pulling The Strings, Has Missiles Pointed At US Troops From Iraq Rising tensions between Tehran and Washington over the last couple of months have many people in the intelligence and defense communities on the edge of their seats.

Russia gains influence in Palestine at US expense Russian-Palestinian bilateral cooperation is progressing in the economic, trade and development fields.

Iran to Give Crushing Response to Any Israeli Aggression Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran has dismissed the Zionist regime's recent anti-Iran threats as a testimony to Israel's weakness.

Russia Could Create Problems In this Important Eastern European Country For almost two decades, Russia has been interfering in the domestic politics of other nations.

The Fate of Christians in the Current World Why should it be anti-Muslim or "Islamophobic" to write about the effects of jihad or the conservative Muslim treatment of unbelievers?

Watch: Muslim Waqf Chips Away at Temple Mount Increasing Pressure on Retaining Walls The Islamic Waqf announced on Sunday that renovation work has been resumed at the Al Marwani mosque, otherwise known as Solomon's Stables, in the Temple Mount.

Saturday, December 07, 2019

12/7/19

US officials said to warn of potential new Iran threat to forces, interests Defense, administration sources say CNN intelligence gathered over past month showed Iranian military units, weapons on the move; believe no decision to attack as yet.

'Israel must prepare for an Iranian attack in the near future' Arab affairs corresepondent Zvi Yehezkeli says both Israel and US understand Iran may attack again in the near future.

IRGC commander: Our missiles are aimed at 21 US bases IRGC commander says Iran can launch 20,000 missiles per day, is prepared for “the greatest war against the greatest enemy.”

Netanyahu to press Pompeo for more pressure on 'tottering' Iran Israeli PM lands in Portugal, states 'there is now a broad operational leeway to weaken Iran'.

Pope Francis Compares President Trump to King Herod In a report published on Thursday, it was reported that while on a recent visit to Buddhists in Thailand, Pope Francis addressed the issue of refugees, comparing the policy of building walls and detention centers to the acts of King Herod who killed Jesus.

Hitler ‘was defending European civilization’? Italian professor to face discipline for Nazi tweets The university’s rector issued a statement condemning the “shameful” posts, stating that they “offend the sensitivity of the entire University.”

Matt Redman and Francis Chan Join Catholics for Alpha Conference 2020 Francis Chan has long left the reservation of biblical Christianity. A graduate of Master’s Seminary, Chan received top-notch Christian education only to become one of the world’s premier ecumenical wolves in sheep’s clothing.

Turkey says new Russian missile deal to happen before too long Moscow hopes to seal a deal to supply Turkey with more S-400 missile systems in the first half of next year.

Turkey is trying to take over the Mediterranean, through Libya Turkey says a new deal with Libya has “proven its capabilities to the world in a manner that is compatible with international law but also signaled its future intentions in the region."

This huge galaxy has the biggest black hole ever measured The monster black hole in galaxy cluster Abell 85 is roughly the size of our solar system, but packs the mass of 40 billion suns.

Friday, December 06, 2019

12/6/19

WATCH: Regular Jewish prayers being held daily on Temple Mount Police deny changes at the site, but video footage suggests blanket ban on non-Muslim prayer not enforced.

Netanyahu speaks to Putin on imprisoned Israeli, Syria and Iran Earlier, Israeli FM met with Russian counterpart in Rome, expressed hope to pardon Naama Issachar.

Iranian forces may have killed more than 1,000 in recent protests, official says More than 1,000 people may have been killed by security forces in Iran amid recent protests, a senior state department official said Thursday, one day after authorities in the Islamic Republic acknowledged that demonstrators have been shot and killed in the unrest.

Bennett to EU: 'We'll destroy your construction in Area C' Defense Min. Bennett: Funding illegal construction in Judea and Samaria a 'waste of money.'

Thousands of Palestinians protest at the Gaza Strip border, 37 injured The announcement to renew protests was issued in Gaza after a meeting of representatives of Palestinian groups on Thursday, December 5.

House approves resolution supporting 'two-state solution' Resolution reaffirming US support for two-state solution approved by majority of 226 to 188.

Saudi Aramco to Lead Elite $1 Trillion-Plus Club After IPO It seems like only yesterday equity investors had pegged $1 trillion as the dividing line between run-of-the-mill large cap companies and freakishly huge ones.

Labour leader makes Brexit offensive ahead of UK election showdown British opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn went on the Brexit offensive on Friday, seeking to hit back at Prime Minister Boris Johnson's main campaign message as they both prepared for a final TV showdown ahead of next week's election.

Why Iran can expect more social unrest The Islamic Republic of Iran is castigated for ruling poorly. This flies in the face of the evidence.

'Israel must prepare for an Iranian attack in the near future' Arab affairs corresepondent Zvi Yehezkeli says both Israel and US understand Iran may attack again in the near future.

Thursday, December 05, 2019

12/5/19

Trump got it right on Jerusalem On December 6, 2017, President Donald Trump made history. In a bold and courageous decision, he proclaimed what many knew in their hearts: that Jerusalem is the capital of the State of Israel.

New elections: Who is most likely to gain - and who will lose? Liberman likely to lose two seats, while Netanyahu poised to gain seats in new elections even after indictment decision, says pollster.

FM: I hope Corbyn loses British election due to 'whole wave of anti-Semitism' Israel Katz says no talks in Jerusalem over prospect of Labour leader winning on Dec. 12 or future of intelligence and security ties with Britain should vehemently pro-Palestinian MP, who has pledged to tighten arms sales to Israel, become prime minister.

France, Germany, UK: Iran has nuclear-capable missiles France, Germany and the United Kingdom say Iran defied UN call by developing nuclear-capable ballistic missiles.

Trump may send 14,000 troops to Middle East as Iran threat grows: report The Trump administration is weighing significantly increasing the US military presence in the Middle East to counter Iran by deploying more warships, military hardware and as many as 14,000 additional troops, according to a report.

IDF’s 215th Division drills for war with Hezbollah Hundreds of troops and reservists participated in a tactical drill in the Jordan Valley.

Europeans rap Iran for working on nuclear-capable missiles Ambassadors urge UN chief to probe Tehran's inconsistencies with Security Council resolution endorsing 2015 nuclear deal, citing footage posted on social media in April of previously unseen flight test of new Shahab-3 medium-range ballistic missile variant.

Israeli elections to be held on February 25 at the earliest By law, if the Knesset is dispersed automatically on Wednesday night when the deadline to form a government passes, election would be held on March 10.

Why Iran has erupted into protest Hundreds of people have died in widespread unrest following fuel price hikes.

Iran waging ‘shadow war,’ seeding Iraq with short-range missiles that could strike Jerusalem, US troops “Tehran is engaged in a shadow war, striking at countries in the Middle East but thinly disguising the origin of those attacks to reduce the chance of provoking a response,” say the sources.

Wednesday, December 04, 2019

12/4/19

Netanyahu to press Pompeo for more pressure on 'tottering' Iran Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu traveled to Portugal Wednesday to meet US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and call for increased pressure on the "tottering" Iranian government.

Iran's bloody crackdown could mark a historic turning point Iranian authorities finally admitted that they killed protesters in the country's streets.

Egypt said to be brokering 5-year ceasefire deal between Israel & Hamas Part of the agreement outlines infrastructure projects for Gaza including an artificial "sea port".

Hitler 'was defending European civilization'? Italian professor to face discipline for Nazi tweets The university's rector issued a statement condemning the "shameful" posts, stating that they "offend the sensitivity of the entire University."

US officials said to warn of potential new Iran threat to forces, interests Defense, administration sources say CNN intelligence gathered over past month showed Iranian military units, weapons on the move; believe no decision to attack as yet.

NATO Turns to Threats From Within as Turkey Defies Bloc Turkey's recalcitrance against NATO norms, on display at this week's London summit, are causing grave concern among some of the alliance's most powerful leaders.

Israel hails win as 13 states oppose UN pro-Palestinian resolution In a surprising break from previous years, thirteen countries voted to oppose an annual resolution buoying a pro-Palestinian UN agency traditionally critical of Israel, according to The Times of Israel.

Rashida Tlaib equates Mexican border with Gaza This was far from the only controversial comment about Israel made at the event.

Leaked Video Shows Bernie Sanders Apparatchik Linda Sarsour Going On Anti-Semitic Rant With the U.K. election in the news, talk of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's antisemitism has been at the forefront.

PA official claims Herzl wanted Palestinians to 'be eaten in Africa' In a recent sermon, a top PA religious official criticized Theodor Herzl as racist and Arthur Balfour as an antisemite.

Tuesday, December 03, 2019

12/3/19

PA insists Yehuda Glick 'burst' into Temple Mount PA news agency accuses Yehuda Glick and other 'settlers' of 'provocative break' into Temple Mount compound.

Nearly half of Israelis in the south don't feel safe New survey shows 42% of Israelis living in southern Israel don't have a nearby bomb shelter.

Amnesty International: at least 208' killed in Iranian protests Philip Luther, Amnesty's research and advocacy head for the Middle East, called the number of deaths 'evidence that Iran's security forces went on a horrific killing spree'.

IRGC: 'Great Satan' US, 'Zionist' Israel behind protests in Iran It is one of the first major comments in which Iran directly blamed Israel.

Jordan holds military maneuver simulating war with Israel Drill takes place just mere weeks after Jordanian King Abdullah II announces Israeli-Jordanian relations at 'its worst state ever'.

Iran arrests group planning unrest at Tehran universities During the recent protests, the group had planned to draw students off the campus of Tehran University to create unrest, a ministry statement said. It gave no further details.

IDF commander warns: Israel racing to stay ahead of increasingly sophisticated enemies The chief of the IAF Air Defense Division warned on Monday that the systems that protect Israel's skies are not perfect and countries and terrorist organizations can penetrate them, Israel Hayom reported.

Shooters target church in Burkina Faso On Sunday, unidentified shooters attacked a protestant church in eastern Burkina Faso, near the country's border with Niger.

Pressed repeatedly, UK's Corbyn finally says sorry for anti-Semitism in Labour Reluctantly apologizing to Jewish community over his handling of anti-Semitism, party leader in TV interview then says he has dealt with the issue and other parties also affected.

Hebron's Cave of the Patriarchs to undergo major renovation The Israeli plan is moving forward despite "the objections of the Jordanian-based Islamic trust, which co-manages the site along with the Israeli rabbinate," says Arutz 7.

Monday, December 02, 2019

12/2/19

Trump and Netanyahu confirm US-Israel military coordination against threatened Iranian attack The Trump-Netanyahu conversation on Sunday night, Dec. 1, finalized the arrangements for military coordination against Iran that were set up during recent US generals' talks in visits to Israel, DEBKAfile reports.

IRGC commander: Our missiles are aimed at 21 US bases IRGC commander says Iran can launch 20,000 missiles per day, is prepared for "the greatest war against the greatest enemy."

Iraqi protesters again set fire to Iranian consulate For the second time in less than a week, anti-government protesters set fire to Iranian consulate in Najaf.

Amazon pulls Auschwitz-themed Christmas ornaments Amazon has withdrawn a range of "Christmas ornaments" displaying images of a former concentration camp that sellers had posted on its website.

'Antisemitic' Belgian carnival to mock Jews again, gives up UNESCO status The mayor of Aalst Christoph D'Haese said that city officials "have had it a bit with the grotesque complaints" and it is "unavoidable" that Jews will be mocked again in the 2020 edition.

Turkey says new Russian missile deal to happen before too long Moscow hopes to seal a deal to supply Turkey with more S-400 missile systems in the first half of next year.

Turkey is trying to take over the Mediterranean, through Libya Turkey says a new deal with Libya has "proven its capabilities to the world in a manner that is compatible with international law but also signaled its future intentions in the region."

Inside the plans to renovate the Tomb of the Patriarchs complex Documents acquired by Arutz Sheva show Defense Ministry's plans to add elevator, bridge to Tomb complex, make site wheelchair accessible.

In possible breakthrough, molecule destroys pancreatic cancer cells in mice PJ34, a stroke therapy, is seen to offer 'great potential' for causing the aggressive tumor, as well as others, to self-destruct in humans, Tel Aviv University researchers say.

Ancient mosaics discovered in Golan strengthen claims of Jewish presence Mechael Osband from the University of Haifa said that the findings date back to the third century CE and very little information from that period is available on the Jewish presence in the Golan.