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05 Oct 15

Team Obama is throwing Israel to the diplomatic wolves
President Obama’s determination to turn America into just another one of the United Nations’ 193 members sends a clear message to Israel: You’re on your own. And nowhere was that more obvious than at last week’s UN General Assembly in New York — or its follow up: this weekend’s stabbing and shooting spree that left four Israelis dead, with more violence sure to come.  

Gundlach Explains Why The Market Hasn't Crashed Yet: "People Are Holding And Hoping"
"The reason the markets aren't going lower is people are holding and hoping." Incidentally, there is a reason why hope is not a strategy: in the end, it always fails.  

Violence intensifies in Jerusalem, West Bank, raising security concerns
Violence intensified in Jerusalem and the West Bank on Sunday after Israelis were targeted in two stabbing attacks and a Palestinian was killed in a clash with Israeli troops, officials said.  

Islamic State militants blow up ancient Arch of Triumph in Palmyra
Islamic State militants have blown up the Arch of Triumph, a major monument in the 2,000-year-old Roman city of Palmyra, Syria's antiquities chief said on Sunday, after they destroyed two ancient temples at the central Syrian site in recent months.  

European ministers confront Greece on daunting bailout
Eurozone finance ministers on Monday meet for the first time since Greek voters re-elected leftist premier Alexis Tsipras, who now faces the daunting task of implementing the country's cash-for-reforms bailout deal.  

James Woods: Obama, Media Ignore Christian Hate Crime
Actor James Woods is blasting the Obama administration for ignoring what he describes as the plight of Christian hate crime in the wake of the murders at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.  

04 Oct 15

Liberals Trash Christianity Non-Stop, Then Blame The 2nd Amendment When Someone Murders Christians
[He started] asking people one by one what their religion was. ‘Are you a Christian?’ he would ask them, and if you’re a Christian, stand up. And they would stand up and he said, ‘Good, because you’re a Christian, you are going to see God in just about one second.’ And then he shot and killed them,”  

Dangerous East Coast storm brings misery to South Carolina
A dangerous rainstorm drenching the East Coast brought more misery Sunday to South Carolina - cutting power to thousands, forcing hundreds of water rescues and closing scores of roads because of floodwaters. Emergency management officials sent a statewide alert telling people to stay off roads and remain indoors unless their homes were in danger of flooding.  

Prophetic Bible Passage Read on Sukkot Hints at Nuclear War During Gog and Magog
With Iran and ISIS battling for nuclear weapons, Zechariah 14:1-21, the prophetic passage read in synagogues across the world on the first day of Sukkot, brings nuclear war into stark relief. “his flesh will waste away while he still stands on his feet; his eyes will waste away in their sockets, and his tongue shall waste away in his mouth.” (Zechariah 14:12)  

Jordan threatens to recall ambassador
The Jordianian government plans to reconsider its diplomatic stance because of developments at the Temple Mount, in order to take effective action "required to stop the Israeli attacks at al-Aqsa Mosque", Jordanian government sources told London-based newspaper al-Hayat. The sources added that there is pressure in the parliament to take more drastic steps, recalling the Jordanian ambassador from Israel – which occurred last year.  

Syrian crisis: Russia vows to intensify air strikes
Russia has pledged to intensify its air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria, saying the bombing has significantly weakened the militants. A Russian military official said "panic and desertion" had started among the militants and some 600 "mercenaries" were trying to escape to Europe. However, Britain said Russia's strikes were supporting its ally, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.  

Guatemala landslide deaths rise to 73, with hundreds missing
The Guatemalan authorities say the number of people killed when a hillside collapsed on houses in the village of El Cambray, 15km (nine miles) outside the capital, has risen to 73. They said another 350 people were still believed to be missing under tonnes of rock and earth that slipped onto homes on Thursday night. Rescue teams were using dogs to try to reach people trapped under the rubble.  

France floods: 16 dead on Riviera after storms
Violent storms and flooding have hit south-eastern France, killing at least 16 people with three more missing, officials say. Three elderly people drowned when their retirement home near the city of Antibes was inundated with floodwater. Others died trapped in their cars in tunnels and underground car parks as the waters rose.  

'Wide-scale operation may be needed to control Jerusalem terror'
A wide-scale operation may be needed to counter the recent wave of deadly terror attacks against Israelis, said Minister of Intelligence Israel Katz on Sunday. "We will toughen our measures against the Palestinians," he said speaking to Army Radio. "There could be a need for another Operation Defensive Shield."  

Former British MP George Galloway expresses support for third intifada
George Galloway, a vehemently anti-Israel former British politician, announced his support for a third intifada, saying "Whenever it comes I will support it with every breath God gives me." In the tweet posted on his Twitter account on Sunday, Galloway wrote that "a new intifada may have begun in Palestine. Or won't be long delayed."  

Rains not seen for 200 YEARS: Two dead, 22 million on flood watch and New Jersey homes already consumed by high tides in bombardment of weekend storms
A record-setting 'once-in-200-years rainfall event' left 22 million Americans on the East Coast on flood watch as rains have closed down roads, waterlogged crops and showed little sign of stopping. Meteorologist Ryan Maue of Weather Bell Analytics told NBC New York: 'It's going to be a slow-motion disaster'.  

In an Oregon gun shop, President Obama's message does not sit well
The first thing customers entering the Roseburg Gun Shop see is a life-sized cardboard cutout of President Barack Obama with a Middle Eastern scarf around his head and a badge pinned to his chest that reads: "Gun salesman of the year."  

Joe Biden could decide presidential run in the next week
Vice President Joe Biden is nearing a decision on whether to run for president, and it could come as early as within the next seven to 10 days, according to three people familiar with his deliberations.  

Abortion, Birth Control, Race Top Supreme Court's Agenda
Abortion, birth control and race are among the most divisive issues the Supreme Court will confront over the next nine months, amid a presidential election campaign in which some candidates are talking pointedly about the justices and the prospect of replacing some of them in the next few years.  

Israel Saved from Having to Endure Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters’ “The Wall”– Won’t Be Released There
For Roger Waters, it’s another brick through the window. He’s written another crazy anti-Semitic essay on Salon.com– which they, by the way, love to publish.  

The Day Christians Were Martyred on American Soil
Christians were martyred for their faith -- on American soil -- a fact mostly ignored by most of the Mainstream Media and the White House.  

03 Oct 15

In South China Sea, a Tougher U.S. Stance
The United States is poised to send naval ships and aircraft to the South China Sea in a challenge to Beijing’s territorial claims to its rapidly-built artificial islands... The move toward a somewhat more muscular stance follows talks between Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Barack Obama...which fell far short of a breakthrough over how territorial disputes should be settled in the strategic South China Sea.  

Weapons That Could Change Geophysical Landscape, Human DNA to Appear Soon
...Russia’s Ministry of Emergency Situations warned about new threats, including geophysical and genetic weapons that could pose threats to Russia’s well-being in the future. Future weapons will be based on energy, electromagnetic, radiological, geophysical and genetic principles. There will also be special information weapons to change people's perception, completely changing their mind, the Ministry said.  

Record 94,610,000 Americans Not in Labor Force
The number of Americans not in the labor force exceeded 94 million for the second time in a row last month hitting a new record high, according to new government data released Friday morning. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that a record 94,610,000 people (ages 16 and over) were not in the labor force in September. In other words they were neither employed nor had made specific efforts to find work in the prior four weeks.  

Guatemala mudslide leaves hundreds missing
Rescue workers in Guatemala are digging through rubble from a mudslide that hit a village not far from the capital, in search of hundreds missing. At least 26 bodies have so far been recovered from the village of El Cambray Dos, rescue services say. Heavy rains swept a torrent of boulders and mud onto houses on Thursday, 15km (nine miles) east of Guatemala City.  

Nigeria's Abuja hit by two blasts with at least 15 dead
Two bomb blasts that hit the outskirts of the Nigerian capital Abuja have killed at least 15 people and injured many more, officials say. The first struck near a police station in Kuje, 25 miles (40km) from Abuja. The second hit a bus stop in Nyanya. No group has said it carried out the attacks yet but suspicion has fallen on Boko Haram Islamists.  

US weighs new support for Syrian rebels against ISIS
The United States is considering extending support to thousands of Syrian rebel fighters, possibly with arms and air strikes, to help them push Islamic State from a strategic pocket of Syrian territory along the Turkish border, US officials say. US backing for the plan would come as moderate rebels in Syria, some trained and backed by the United States, say they have been targeted by Russian air strikes...  

France tells Putin to confine airstrikes to Islamic State
With Russian warplanes bombing Syria for a third day, French President Francois Hollande told President Vladimir Putin on Friday that Moscow's airstrikes must be confined to attacking Islamic State militants, not other rebels opposing the Damascus government.  

Hospital hit, three staff killed in bombing of Afghan city: Medecins sans Frontieres
Medical aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said its hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz was badly damaged, three staff were killed and 30 staff were unaccounted for after overnight bombing."We are deeply shocked by the attack, the killing of our staff and patients and the heavy toll it has inflicted on healthcare in Kunduz," MSF said in a statement.  

'This is a major world event': The Syrian war is now fueling a 'global cold war'
Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi during their meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow on May 21. One day after launching a campaign of airstrikes in Syria, Russia announced that it was considering going into Iraq.  

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