Iraqi army prepares for ‘liberation of Mosul’/ Hindus Push Christian ‘Purification,’ Converting Churches to Temples and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

Radical Hindus Push Christian ‘Purification,’ Converting Churches to Temples

Hindu radicals in India are intensifying their religious purification practices, amping up cleansing, reconversion and converting Christian churches in the state of Uttar Pradesh to turn it into a Christian-free zone. The brutal religious cleansing attacks that have engulfed the Christian community have left many Christians feeling like they are facing a life and death …

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Arkansas Voters Reject Houston-Type LGBT Ordinance

Arkansas voters got an early Christmas present this week, when Fayetteville put the city council on notice that it wouldn’t tolerate a Houston-type ordinance. In an incredible victory, voters turned out in droves—even in an ultra-liberal college town—to roll back a measure that would have given locals the “right” to use either gender’s bathroom, shower, …

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DHS Warns “A Major Sun Storm Would Leave 100 Million Americans Without Power”

Millions of Americans face catastrophic loss of electrical power during a future magnetic space storm that will disrupt the electric grid and cause cascading infrastructure failures, according to a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) document. DHS’ Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) stated in an internal 2012 fact sheet outlining its response plan for severe “space …

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US To Shift Nuclear Missiles in Europe in Anticipation of War Vs Putin

A day after it alleged Russia to have violated the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty or INF, the United States is thinking of stationing its nuclear cruise missiles in Europe in anticipation of the other country’s war tactics. Brian P. McKeon, deputy undersecretary of defense for policy, told a joint hearing on Russian treaty violations that …

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Portuguese parliament calls on govt to recognise Palestinian state

Portugal’s parliament on Friday adopted a resolution calling on the government to recognise the Palestinian state, following a growing number of similar votes around Europe. Parliament’s motion, filed jointly by the ruling centre-right majority and the opposition Socialist party, proposed “recognising, in coordination with the European Union, the state of Palestine as independent and sovereign”. However, …

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Will Christian Moviegoers Make ‘EXODUS’ From Ridley Scott Moses Epic.

As 20th Century Fox opens its Moses epic Exodus: Gods And Kings on Friday, it faces a locust storm at the marketplace. Not only does the Ridley Scott film have to part the red sea of the sluggish B.O. frame as well as contend with a heavy-duty holiday shopping weekend, but the question remains whether …

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100,000 Residents Without Power and 200 Flights cancelled in CA

A storm pummeling Northern California, one of its biggest in years, left about 100,000 San Francisco homes and businesses without power at one point on Thursday, closed roads and parks and caused the cancellation of more than 200 flights. Power has been restored to some, but more than 66,000 San Francisco customers of PG&E remained in …

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University Bans Christmas On Campus To “Respect Diversity,”

They call this respect? The University of Maine has banned Christmas and Hanukkah decorations from the campus, according to Campus Reform. Here’s the insulting email, from the university’s Auxiliary Services Department:  “Just wanted to remind everyone that Aux Services is not to decorate any public areas with Christmas or any other religious themed decorations. Winter …

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Global nuclear war is increasingly probable, experts warn

With the end of the Cold War, you would think that the risk of global nuclear conflagration would have been dramatically reduced — and, for a time, it was. With the U.S. as the only remaining superpower and a collapsing Soviet Union, most experts saw the risk of atomic war as minimal. But times change, …

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10 horrifying technologies that threaten humanity’s existence

Technology is the archetypal golden calf of the modern age. Everything that naturally exists in a purely analog and resonant state is being artificially mechanized, computerized, digitized and hybridized (think half-human, half-robot on this one). And with this gradual suffocation of the living, breathing fabric of our world comes the ominous threat of eventual human …

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Gay Rights Activists Outraged Over Billboard’s Message About Homosexuality and Genetics

A controversial billboard proclaiming that “nobody is born gay” has sparked a great deal of controversy in Richmond, Virginia, where it was recently put on display. Paid for by Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays — an organization aimed at helping so-called “ex-gays” gain acceptance — the ad features a picture of male twins …

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Minnesota schools take steps to reduce GMO foods served to students

Public school educators in the Land of 10,000 Lakes have taken a bold first step towards improving the quality of cafeteria food served to children in five Minnesota school districts. Schools in Hopkins, Orono, Shakopee, Westonka, and Minneapolis have announced that they will gradually phase out GMOs (genetically-modified organisms) from their meal offerings as part …

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28 Russian Planes Intercepted Over Baltic Sea by NATO Jets in One Day

Twenty-eight Russian military planes were intercepted by NATO jets over the Baltic Sea earlier this week, the Latvian government said. Officials on Thursday said the recent upturn in Russian activity over the region is not a sign the Kremlin is “preparing to attack” but is testing NATO defense and reaction times. NATO confronted 28 planes …

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Mysterious Geminid meteor shower peaks this weekend

Not only is the Geminid meteor shower one of the most spectacular and reliable meteor showers of the year, with up to 120 meteors per hour — including the occasional fireball — it’s also a bit of a mystery. Peaking between 9 p.m. Saturday and the early morning hours Sunday, the Geminids are named for …

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New Study Reveals Pornography destroys Relationships and Breaks Down Society

Men who regularly watch pornography are more likely to depend on it to stay aroused but are less likely to enjoy sex with a real-life partner, a new study says. The “media scripts” that men absorb when they view pornography can play a role in their sexual activities, said Arkansas psychologist Ana Bridges and other …

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Drought-stricken CA hit by flash floods, rockslides.

The biggest storm in several years slammed into Southern California early Friday with a vengence, producing heavy downpours, howlng winds and rockslides that damaged homes in Ventura County, prompting rescues. A flash-food warning was issued for Los Angeles County as bands of intense rain moved east from the coast into Orange County and the Inland …

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New Jersey Town Agrees to Pay Millions to Buy Land for Muslims to Build Mosque

A New Jersey town has agreed to pay $2.75 million to purchase land for a proposed mosque in order to settle a lawsuit that was filed by Muslims who were prohibited from opening a mosque in another area of the township. According to the settlement between Bridgewater officials and the Al Falah Center, the mosque …

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U.N. sending thousands of Muslims to America

The federal government is preparing for another “surge” in refugees and this time they won’t be coming illegally from Central America.  The U.S. State Department announced this week that the first major contingent of Syrian refugees, 9,000 of them, have been hand-selected by the United Nations for resettlement into communities across the United States. The …

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Ukraine truce under pressure as Europe raises Russia fears

A three-day-old ceasefire in eastern Ukraine was under pressure on Thursday after three government soldiers were killed, while European nations raised new fears about Russia’s “unprecedented” military build-up. On some parts of the frontline, there appeared to be a determined effort to keep the shaky truce from collapsing. Government soldiers could be seen blithely ignoring rebel …

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Oil closes below $60, 1st time since July 2009

The price of oil fell below $60 for the first time since July 2009 on Thursday and ended trading in New York at $59.95. Benchmark U.S. crude oil dropped 99 cents, or 1.6 percent. Oil has fallen steadily for nearly six months, and is down 44 percent since reaching a high for the year of $107.26 …

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Russian Baltic moves ‘Unprecedented’

Poland says the level of Russian naval and air force activity in the Baltic Sea region has been “unprecedented” this week. Defence Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said most of the activity was in international waters and airspace and Sweden was the country most affected. Nato partners of the Baltic states, including the UK, have military jets …

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Russia’s Navy Armed and Ready in North Pole, Black Sea; Gorbachev Warns World Can’t Survive Another War

Russia’s military forces continue to widen its presence in the Arctic region and the Black Sea. Former Soviet Union president Mikhail Gorbachev has once again called for a dialogue between Russia and the United States to prevent a “dangerous freeze” in relations between the two countries. Gorbachev’s policy had a significant role in putting an …

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Sony Hack Reveals Health Details On Employees And Their Children

Documents stolen from Sony Corp. (6758) by hackers include detailed and identifiable health information on more than three dozen employees, their children or spouses — a sign of how much information employers have on their workers and how easily it can become public. One memo by a human resources executive, addressed to the company’s benefits …

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Egypt’s Largest Military Maneuver ‘Meant for Israel’

Egypt held its “Badr 2014” military maneuver between October 11 and November 6, its largest exercise since 1996 which was only half the size – according to a senior security expert the Nile state has its sights on Israel, despite the peace treaty.

Col. (res.) Dr. Shaul Shay, former deputy head of the Israel National Security Council, detailed the maneuver in Israel Defense on Saturday,analyzing the massive military preparations.cont


Iraqi army prepares for ‘liberation of Mosul’


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