666 ALERT:Cashless High Street Ditches Notes And Coins/ISIS seizes Iraqi-Syrian border crossing at Qaim/AL-QAeDA FACTIONS REUNITING UNDER ISIS and more signs of JESUS’ soon return


Israel launches strikes on targets in Syria

The Israel Air Force launched attacks on several targets in Syrian-controlled Golan Heights late Monday night in response to a missile attack earlier in the day that killed a 13-year-old boy on the Israeli side of the border. Residents of northern Israel reported hearing explosions from across the border with Syria. The strikes were launched shortly after midnight, when IAF jets fired missiles on Syrian army positions on the Syrian-controlled Golan Heights. Syrian opposition sources claimed that there were 3 attacks on Syrian army positions. They said the headquarters of Syria’s 90th Division, which is stationed in Quneitra, was also attacked. More


Rival al-Qaida jihadist militant groups are begrudgingly praising the exploits of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham, or ISIS, as it steamrolls through Iraq from northeast Syria in order to create a caliphate subject to strict Shariah law.  ISIS’ success in Iraq is due largely to other Sunni and ex-Baathist groups joining its numbers, although there are increasing reports that factions within ISIS in Iraq already have had violent exchanges between them. One such case has been a gun battle in recent days between ISIS and the ex-Baathists of the Naqshbani Army, which initially joined ISIS to aid its sweep through Iraq and may have given the jihadist group access to a sarin production facility, as WND recently reported. More

Major U.S. city next target for Islamic terror

Beyond Iraq, what is the intent of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria?  There appears to be short- and long-term goals, with a hint of those intentions in the name ISIS has chosen for itself. Its real name is the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham, meaning Greater Syria. ISIS, morphing from the Islamic State of Iraq before it was excommunicated from al-Qaida central in Pakistan last year for its extreme Wahhabi brutality, appears to have intentions of re-creating Greater Syria into an Islamic caliphate, subject to strict Shariah law. Historically, Greater Syria, corresponding to Greater Assyria, included all of the Levant and Mesopotamia, or modern-day Iraq. The Levant incorporates the Eastern Mediterranean countries of Cyprus, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan, parts of Turkey and northeast Africa, including the Sinai Peninsula. More


PROPHECY ALERT: Kerry Warns “Insurgency in Iraq Threatens Entire Mideast”!

Arab countries should resist funding Sunni fighters in what is turning into a cross-border war between Iraq and Syria because that support eventually could help the fast-spreading insurgency in Iraq, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday. Kerry said the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has become a threat to the entire Mideast, and perhaps beyond. “This is a critical moment,” Kerry said after meeting with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi. He said the group is a “threat not only to Iraq, but to the entire region.” The U.S. is looking for ways to work with Mideast nations, most of them led by Sunni governments, to curb the group’s growth. Some officials in the United States and the Mideast have suggested privately that Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki must leave office before Iraq’s Sunnis will believe their concerns will be heard by the Shiite-led government in Baghdad. More

Beware ISIL, Iran’s Rouhani warns ‘petrodollar’ states

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani warned on Sunday that Muslim states which funnel petrodollars to jihadist Sunni fighters wreaking havoc in Iraq will become their next target. Rouhani did not name any country, but officials and media in mainly Shiite Iran have hinted that insurgents from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) are being financially and militarily supported by Saudi Arabia and Qatar. ”I advise Muslim countries that support the terrorists with their petrodollars to stop,” Rouhani said in remarks reported by the website of Iran’s state broadcaster. More

Netanyahu warns America to Avoid Working with Iran in Iraq

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu strongly discourages the U.S. from working with Iran to mitigate the spreading turmoil in Iraq. ”When your enemies are fighting one another, don’t strengthen either one of them,” Netanyahu said Sunday on NBC’s Meet the Press. Sunni insurgents have been sweeping through northern Iraq, seizing towns and cities, as Shiites struggle to defend their turf. More

S Dakota Republicans pass resolution demanding Obama impeachment.

The South Dakota Republican Party state convention passed a resolution calling for the impeachment of President Barack Obama Saturday. The resolution says Obama has “violated his oath of office in numerous ways.” It specifically cites the release of five Taliban combatants in a trade for captive U.S. soldier Bowe Bergdahl, Obama’s statement that people could keep insurance companies, and recent EPA regulations on power plants. ”Therefore, be it resolved that the South Dakota Republican Party calls on our U.S. Representatives to initiate impeachment proceedings against the president of the United States,” the resolution reads. More


samed In the two weeks since it was seized by Sunni militants, some residents of the northern Iraq city of Mosul feel the clock has been turned back hundreds of years. The militants, led by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) jihadist group, have begun imposing an extreme interpretation of Islamic law in the days since they took the city, residents reached by telephone told AFP. ”These militants will return us and our country hundreds of years backwards, and their laws are the opposite of the laws of human rights and international laws,” said Umm Mohammed, a 35-year-old teacher. More

Reunion Island volcano wakes up after 4 years with major eruption

ashREUNION ISLAND – This morning at 1:35 am tourists on the French Indian Ocean Islands La Reunion tourists witnessed a spectacular many had been waiting to see for some time. The Piton de la Fournaise volcano erupted. “It made a few days that we were waiting for it, said Pascal Viroleau, CEO of Reunion Island Tourism, about the eruption of the volcano of Reunion Island, the Piton de la fournaise. According to Viroleau, “the volcano entered in activity this morning at 1:35 am.” Most recently, an eruption occurred on December 9, 2010 and lasted for two days. The volcano is located within Réunion National Park, a World Heritage site. More

Canada imposes fresh sanctions against Russia

Canada has announced economic sanctions and travel bans for Russian officials over the crisis in eastern Ukraine. Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the sanctions and travel bans against 11 Russian and Ukrainian individuals plus one additional entity in relation to Russia’s actions in Ukraine on Saturday. Harper said in a statement that “Russia’s illegal occupation of the Crimean peninsula in Ukraine and provocative military activity remains a serious concern to the international community.” More


ISIS seizes Iraqi-Syrian border crossing at Qaim

Sunni Islamist militants seized the Qaim border crossing between Iraq and Syria Saturday after a daylong battle in which 30 Iraqi soldiers were killed, security officials reported in Baghdad. The jihadists, fighting to establish an Islamist state spanning Iraq and Syria, can now more easily transfer weapons and heavy equipment between their two battlefields. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, after losing major cities and Sunni regions to the Sunni radicals’ offensive, faces rising demands to form a more inclusive government or step aside. Debka 

Lake Tahoe region rattled by 5 quakes – region long overdue for 7 magnitude quake

 – In less than 30 minutes, the Lake Tahoe area had 5 earthquakes ranging in magnitude from 0.8 to 2.8 Friday evening. The first quake hit at 5:13 and was the strongest of the quintet, while the epicenter was 4.4 miles from Mt. Rose. A tsunami-producing fault in Lake Tahoe is overdue for another earthquake, scientists said in 2012 at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union. The West Tahoe Fault is capable of producing a magnitude-7.3 earthquake and tsunamis up to 30 feet (10 meters) high in the clear blue lake, where million-dollar homes line the shore, researchers said. Earthquakes strike every 3,000 to 4,000 years on the fault, and the most recent shaker was 4,500 years ago, indicating the fault is overdue for another earthquake, said Jillian Maloney, a graduate student at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego. More

Cashless High Street Ditches Notes And Coins

cashShoppers will find their cash is worthless in one Manchester suburb as only cards will be accepted by stores on the high street. As part of a social experiment, shops along fashionable Beech Road in Chorlton will only take payments on plastic. It comes as research shows people are increasingly using cards instead of notes and coins. Many of the shops, bars and restaurants on the road are independently owned. Mary Paul, of the Beech Road traders’ association, said: “Businesses can see the way things are going with more money being taken on cards across the board, so this is a very interesting glimpse into the future for all of us.” More

First come blood moons, then Shemitah year

bloorSo you think the blood moons phenomenon has come and gone?  Do you think the omens of mega-bestsellers “The Harbinger” and “The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment” are all history at this point? Think again. The most interesting times are ahead, according to “Blood Moons” author Mark Biltz and Jonathan Cahn, the messianic rabbi who riveted the world with his teachings about “harbingers” of things to come for America based on biblical patterns he discovered. This fall, the second of four blood moon eclipses will occur the evening of Oct. 8, coinciding with the first day of the Feast of Tabernacles, also known as Sukkot. A partial solar eclipse will take place two weeks later. Two more blood moons will follow on Passover in the spring of 2015 and on the Feast of Tabernacles in the fall 2015. More


UPDATE: Oil Wells Linked to Oklahoma’s Stunning Increase In Earthquakes

Between 1978 and 2008, Oklahoma had just two earthquakes with a magnitude over 3.0. In 2014, thus far, there have been around 200 such earthquakes there, more even than the highly unstable state of California. (They’ve had 140.) Experts believe the unusual increase in earthquakes is linked to the number of wastewater wells connected to oil and gas drilling. Wastewater wells occur when oil and gas companies inject wastewater deep underground. Scientists believe that the wastewater acts as a lubricant in existing fault lines, causing more movement. Hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, has also been linked to earthquakes, though the majority of Oklahoma’s tremors were caused by wastewater wells. More

Israeli planes hit Gaza hours after rocket strikes

Loud explosions echoed across Gaza early Sunday morning, as Israeli planes bombed sites in the Palestinian enclave, hours after at least two rockets were shot at Israel. Bombings were reported in areas around Khan Yunis and Rafah, in the southern end of the strip, starting at about 3:30 a.m, according to Palestinian sources. There was no immediate word on casualties or damage. More

French Jews leave for Israel at pace unseen in decades

Increasing numbers of French Jews are leaving for Israel, citing dim economic prospects and a sense of being caught between an increasingly influential far right and militant Islam. More than 5,000 are on track to leave this year, the most since after the Six-Day War in 1967. Israel, seeing the influx as a success, is doubling down on its efforts to attract Europeans, planning to dedicate $29 million over two years to bring in new immigrants. France has the world’s third-largest Jewish population after Israel and the United States — about 500,000, according to rough estimates in a country that has outlawed any official documentation of a person’s religion since the Holocaust. More

Tornado wreaks havoc in eastern Istanbul

A powerful, non-supercell tornado over water has caused damage after it hit the eastern shores of Istanbul on June 19. The tornado, a rare occurrence for northwestern Turkey, was first seen over the Marmara Sea before passing through the Pendik and Tuzla neighborhoods of Istanbul and reaching the province of Kocaeli. The tornado caused some material damage in Tuzla, Doğan News Agency reported on June 20. Villas in the Mercan area were severely damaged. The tornado picked a yacht up from the sea and threw it into a residential area’s garden 100 meters away. Fences and roofs were damaged and several windows were broken, shattering glass around the area. More

Advocates of splitting California into six states gathering signatures.

You may find yourself greeted thusly as you head into a supermarket or drugstore in Los Angeles on Saturday morning. Advocates for Six Californias, a plan to split the Golden State into a half dozen separate states, are holding a petition drive this weekend to get their plan on the ballot in 2016. The idea is the brainchild of Timothy Draper, a venture capitalist from Menlo Park – or as he hopes to some day call it, the state of Silicon Valley. Draper has sunk $2 million into signature gathering for the proposal. He maintains it will break bureaucratic deadlock in Sacramento (proposed state of North California) and attract more business. More









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