‘We will see more European countries recognize Palestine’/Libya on brink of civil war-sparked humanitarian crisis/US Navy Deploys ‘Laser Weapon’ to Persian Gulf for First-Ever Combat Mission! and more signs of JESUS’ soon return


‘We will see more European countries recognize Palestine’

At the end of October, Sweden’s center-left government officially recognized the state of Palestine, becoming the first major European country to do so. Ynet talked to Hugh Lovatt, the London-based Israel/Palestine Project Coordinator with the European Council on Foreign Relations about the chances that other European member states will follow Stockholm’s lead. I think indeed that …

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USDA Christmas Tree Tax Takes Effect

This year, your real Christmas tree will be more expensive than it needs to be. That’s because the Department of Agriculture is imposing a fee on each fresh-cut tree sold.  A few months ago, the federal government created a national marketing program to advertise the virtues of real Christmas trees. It’s funded by a 15-cent …

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NASA warns: Global groundwater crisis could lead to food supply collapse

Shocking findings reported by NASA show that the problem of diminishing groundwater is poised to lead to the collapse of the food supply, where there could be devastating consequences. The impact has already been felt, primarily in California. Data obtained form the Gravity Recovery And Climate Experiment (GRACE) reveal that there, Californians in the Sacramento …

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Gay Blood Ban Could Be Significantly Reduced In The U.S.

A federal advisory committee on Thursday recommended for the first time that the U.S. soften its ban on blood donations from gay men. Under the new recommendations, made by the U.S. Health and Human Services’ Advisory Committee on Blood and Tissue Safety and Availability, gay men would be able to donate blood after a year …

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The World-Shattering Secrets of the Shemitah

Could a mystery that began on a desert mountaintop in the Middle East 3,000 years ago possibly be determining the direction of world history, the course of our lives and the specific events that await us in the days ahead? Is it possible that the words of an ancient Hebrew text are controlling the rise …

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Islamic Imam Leads U.S. House of Representatives in Prayer ‘in the Name of Allah’

An Islamic imam led the U.S. House of Representatives in prayer ‘in the name of Allah’ this week, as those representing the people from states across America stood with their heads bowed and eyes closed. Imam Hamad Ahmad Chebli of the Islamic Society of Central Jersey in Monmouth opened the day on Thursday, being introduced …

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Obama warns Asian territorial rows could ‘spiral into confrontation’

US President Barack Obama on Saturday warned of the dangers of outright conflict in Asia, as China squares off against rival claimants over disputed territories, but vowed that Washington would remain anchored in the region. In a speech at Brisbane’s University of Queensland, Obama insisted that his “pivot” of US policy back to Asia was real …

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The Dangers of the Temple Mount

On Friday, protests and clashes between Israelis and Palestinians continued throughout Israel and the West Bank. From northern Israel to northern Jerusalem to Hebron, there were reports of protesters and police throwing rocks and stun grenades, respectively. Surprisingly or perhaps miraculously, one place where there wasn’t violence on Friday was the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The …

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Russian TV channel says photos show MH17 shot down by fighter jet

Russian state-controlled TV has broadcast what it called “sensational” photographs, which it said supported Moscow’s theory that Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down by a Ukrainian fighter jet. Several commentators who have examined the photographs have described them as forgeries, however. The photographs, said to be taken by a Western satellite, appear to show …

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Welcome to Hotel Sharia: No more bacon or booze as trendy venue bought out by a Muslim multi-millionaire

An exclusive hotel has banned alcohol and pork after being taken over by a Middle Eastern businessman who wants to run it ‘in accordance with Sharia law’. The strict Islamic policy was imposed without warning this week at London’s Bermondsey Square Hotel – where the bar and grill was previously run by Masterchef judge Gregg Wallace. …

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Erdogan says Muslims, not Columbus, discovered Americas.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday that the Americas were discovered by Muslims in the 12th century, nearly three centuries before Christopher Columbus set foot there. “Contacts between Latin America and Islam date back to the 12th century. Muslims discovered America in 1178, not Christopher Columbus,” the conservative president said in a televised speech …

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Feds Significantly Expand Undercover Operations

The federal government has significantly expanded undercover operations in recent years, with officers from at least 40 agencies posing as business people, welfare recipients, political protesters and even doctors or ministers to ferret out wrongdoing, records and interviews show. At the Supreme Court, small teams of undercover officers dress as students at large demonstrations outside …

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7.3-magnitude earthquake strikes off Indonesia

A 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck 150 kilometers (93 miles) north-northwest off the coast of Kota Ternate, Indonesia, on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The quake struck at 10:31 a.m. local time at a depth of 47 kilometers (29.2 miles), according to the USGS. No Pacific-wide destructive tsunami is expected, but “hazardous tsunami waves are possible for coasts …

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Coldest November Weather in Decades Infiltrates Wyoming to Texas From the North Pole

Temperatures plunged by as much as 60 degrees Fahrenheit across the Rockies and Plains early this week, and the unrelenting cold has remained entrenched across these areas all week. It has been as much as 30-50 degrees below normal this week from Wyoming and Colorado all the way southward to Texas. “This is exceptional cold,” AccuWeather.com Senior …

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MI Town Receives 1 Month’s Snow — in 1 Day.

For those who have been asking whether the unusually cold Great Lakes will reduce the amount of lake effect snow the region gets this winter, I think we just got the answer. Not when a massive cold wave hits the U.S. so early in the season. The current cold wave over the U.S. has dumped 2 …

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Storm Dumps More Than 4 Feet Of Snow On WI Town!

The winter blast that dumped up to 17 inches of snow in Minnesota earlier this week left much more impressive totals across the eastern border. Due to lake-effect snow from Lake Superior, communities in northern Wisconsin have seen up to 4 feet of snow since the flakes started falling on Monday. The National Weather Service …

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NATO Jets Intercept Two Russian Fighter Planes Over Baltic Sea

NATO fighter jets intercepted two Russian military airplanes over the Baltic Sea, adding to a string of incidents amid a confrontation over Ukraine between the U.S., European Union and Russia. Eurofighter Typhoons based in the Baltic region intercepted two Russian Su-27 fighter planes, Latvia’s army said today on its Twitter account. The encounter took place …

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Alaska’s most active volcano starts erupting

Alaska’s most active volcano is spitting lava into the air and producing an ash cloud at low elevations. But unlike Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island, where there’s been spectacular images of lava encroaching on a community and burning a home, there’s no property at risk in Alaska because of the eruption of Pavlof Volcano. The …

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France hits back after Russia warns of Mistral compensation

Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Friday that France would not be dictated to after an unidentified Russian official was quoted as giving Paris two weeks to deliver the first of two Mistral helicopter carriers or face possible compensation claims. France has for months resisted pressure from Washington and other allies to scrap the 1.2 …

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‘Worship Only Jesus Christ’: Woman Ejected From Muslim Prayer Gathering at National Cathedral

A woman who proclaimed the name of Jesus Christ during the first-ever Islamic Jumaa prayer gathering at Washington’s National Cathedral was ejected from the building on Friday. “Jesus Christ died on that cross over there,” the unidentified woman declared as she stood in the front of the room. “He is the reason why we are to …

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Declared dead, 91-year-old woman wakes up 11 hours later in funeral home

Never underestimate the healing power of a good nap. A 91-year-old woman in Poland was declared dead November 6 and sent to a funeral home, only to wake up 11 hours later in cold storage, CNN’s Polish affiliate TVN reported. Now she’s home and doing fine. The doctor went to the home of Janina Kolkiewicz in the …

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Spain to vote November 18 on Palestinian state recognition

Spain’s Parliament will hold a symbolic vote on November 18 over recognition of a Palestinian state, according to a report in Spanish newspaper El País. The vote initiative is being spearheaded by the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party in order to urge the government “to recognize ‘Palestine’ as a state… with the belief that coexistence between …

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Thirty years ago, the diversity of the world’s news media was broad. In 1983, some 50 companies owned “the media” in the U.S. and the world; obviously, with so many companies vying for listeners, viewers and readers, competition was intense — not just for audience but for advertisers as well. Fast forward to 2014: That …

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UFO hovering over Mexican nuclear plant caught on video

While Americans are distracted by hovering lights on Mars and singing comets, UFOs may be visiting power plants to harvest energy. At least that’s what The International Business Times makes of the UFO sighting over a power plant in Veracruz, Mexico. According to the International Business Times Nov. 14 report, a UFO was filmed hovering …

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Navy Deploys First Laser Weapon in Persian Gulf.

The U.S. Navy has deployed on a command ship in the Persian Gulf its first laser weapon capable of destroying a target. The amphibious transport ship USS Ponce has been patrolling with a prototype 30-kilowatt-class Laser Weapon System since late August, according to officials. The laser is mounted facing the bow, and can be fired …

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CUP OF TREMBLING – Benjamin Netanyahu vs. The World

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has managed to do what no recent Israeli premier has done: antagonize the world. His arrogance, belligerent approach and penchant for caving in to pressure from his right flank have contributed significantly to an Israel alienated from the global community—from friends and foes alike. Today, U.S.-Israeli relations are at their lowest …

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Russia Just Gave France A Final Deadline To Hand Over The Mistral Warship

Russia has given France until the end of November to deliver the first of two Mistral-class helicopter carriers currently stuck in a shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, according to reports. The ship, the Vladivostok, was scheduled to be delivered on Friday but that deadline is now certain to be missed. In response a senior Russian source told …

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