Tuesday, July 16, 2019


Netanyahu: Some in Europe won't wake up until Iran nukes land on them After EU says Iran's latest violations of nuclear deal not sufficient to reimpose sanctions, PM compares bloc's response to pre-WWII attempts at appeasement with the Nazis.

To prevent war with Iran, China could endorse a US-led Gulf military escort scheme The odds of China joining a multilateral escort plan led by the US are close to zero, but Beijing recognises its use.

DeVos: Efforts to boycott Israel are a 'pernicious threat' Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Monday that a movement to boycott Israel has become a "pernicious threat" on college campuses and is fueled by bias against Jews.

Trump officials headline conference on 'the new anti-Semitism' Department of Justice hosts conference on anti-Semitism, focusing on the rise of 'new anti-Semitism' and anti-Israel activity.

Neil Armstrongs Most Significant Steps, Where Jesus Walked 50 years ago next week, Neil Armstrong uttered what remains one of the most iconic statements relevant to all of humanity except for the Bible. "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

COGAT: Hamas summer camp trains kids to 'commit acts of terror' "Imagine what they could be learning instead," read the COGAT tweet.

Netanyahu wary of West Bank-Gaza corridor in Trump peace plan Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his advisers told Trump administration officials they have reservations about the proposal for a passage connecting the West Bank and Gaza as part of the White House Middle East peace plan, sources briefed on the matter tell me.

EU braces for no-deal Brexit or another delay under Boris Johnson The European Union is bracing for either a no-deal Brexit or another delay if Boris Johnson becomes Britain's prime minister next week with a pledge to renegotiate a deal the bloc says it will not reopen.

Turkey: Out in the Cold The fight for Tripoli has killed more than 750 people - not a stunning number when compared to 9/11, but not small enough to be ignored like a bomb blowing up in Paris, Istanbul or Berlin.

Ridgecrest earthquake aftershocks move toward dangerous faults, sparking concerns of triggered temblors Aftershocks of the magnitude 7.1 earthquake near Ridgecrest have been creeping into areas close to two major earthquake faults, a development that is generating interest and some concern among seismologists over whether it could trigger another huge temblor.