Thursday, November 04, 2021


 REPORT: THE GREATEST THREAT TO ISRAEL TODAY IS LEBANON The voice of Hashem breaks cedars; Hashem shatters the cedars of Lebanon. Psalms 29:5 

Massive Israel drills launched to simulate major war offensive by Iran and proxies Israeli's military and civilian authorities launched a large-scale war drill on Sunday, Oct. 31 to prepare for a pro-Iranian precision rocket blitz from Lebanon targeting civilians and infrastructure. 

ISRAEL: US MARINES TRAINING WITH IDF IN PREPARATION FOR CONFRONTATION WITH IRAN - REPORT O mortal, turn your face toward Gog of the land of Magog, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal. Prophesy against him Ezekiel 38:2 

Thousands rally in Tel Aviv against Bennett-Lapid government Right-wingers hold largest protest event since Likud opposition leader Netanyahu lost premiership in June

Palestinians reject offer to delay their Jerusalem eviction Palestinian families on Tuesday rejected an offer that would have delayed their eviction by Jewish settlers in a tense Jerusalem neighborhood, where protests and clashes helped ignite the 11-day Gaza war in May. 

No peace until Israel destroyed! - The PA on the 104th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration Fatah: "The Balfour Promise" a promise from one who has no ownership to one who has no right. Lest we forget!!

Pentagon: China to have 1,000 nukes by 2030 US says PRC accelerating building of nuclear weapons, will quintuple number of warheads by end of the decade. 
China and the Crisis Presidency of Joe Biden How does a president who is struggling on so many fronts lead a nation against China, its biggest geostrategic competitor? 

Pentagon says world will have three "great powers" and US will be "challenged" We're entering into a tri-polar world with the US, Russia and China being all great powers. Just by introducing three vs two you get increased complexity.
Iran's foreign minister was in Moscow to discuss a range of issues with Russian offici 
Feels like winter, but some see hope in Arab Spring A military coup in Sudan has dealt another blow to democracy in the Arab world, months after a power grab by the president of Tunisia, where the 2011 Arab uprisings were born.