Global War or World Peace? Friday Night’s Lunar Eclipse Will Tell
On the night of Friday, July 27th, the longest lunar eclipse of the century will appear in the heavens over Israel, with one rabbi labeling it “an omen for Israel.” Though it is remarkable in its longevity, lunar eclipses are not rare, occurring an average of three times each year. The same source in the Talmud specifies that lunar eclipses are a bad omen for Israel since Israel is spiritually represented by the moon. If the lunar eclipse takes place in the east side of the heavens, then it is a bad omen for all the nations in the east, and similarly, if it occurs in the western hemisphere of the sky, it is a bad sign for all the nations in the west. It is important to note that the lunar eclipse on Friday night will appear in the eastern sky. “If anything, this may be a warning specifically for Israel and potential war from the east.
Massive Fissure Develops at Grand Teton National Park; Dark Omens?
A 100-ft-wide horizontal fissure has developed across a rock wall at Grand Teton National Park, in Wyoming’s far north-west. Park officials fear the crack developed as a result of increased activity in a super-volcano located in nearby Yellowstone. What does the most recent tectonic activity portend? (video).
Syrian Rockets Land in Sea of Galilee
Two rockets thought to be launched from the Syrian Golan Heights penetrated around 50 kilometers into Israeli territory and landed in the Sea of Galilee. The area was full at the time with vacationers trying to escape temperatures well in excess of 100℉ in the region.
Britain scrambles Romania-based jets to intercept Russian plane
Operating from the Romanian Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base near Constanta on the Black Sea coast, the two Typhoon jets responded to the suspected bomber aircraft heading west towards NATO airspace, the RAF said in a statement.
Report: Obama administration knowingly funded Al-Qaeda affiliate
The Obama administration approved a grant of $200,000 of taxpayer money to an al-Qaeda affiliate in Sudan, the Middle East Forum (MEF) discovered. The grant was approved ten years after the US Treasury designated the Islamic Relief Agency (ISRA) as an organization which funds terrorists. Government officials also authorized the release of at least $115,000 of the grant after they realized that the Khartoum-based ISRA was on the Treasury’s list of terror organizations.
U.N. body refuses to urge Hamas to release Israeli captives in Gaza
A United Nations body rejected an Israeli text that called on Hamas to release the Israeli captives and the bodies of its soldiers held in Gaza. Israel introduced the one line text into a wide ranging resolution condemning Israel’s actions against the Palestinians that was approved Tuesday in New York by the 54-member UN Economic and Social Council.
Antisemitic incidents in UK at historic high, watchdog group warns
British Jewry’s main watchdog on antisemitism recorded 727 hate incidents through June of 2018, the second-highest total on record its record for a six-moth period. The report by the Community Security Trust, or CST, for this year’s first six months constitutes an 8-percent drop from the corresponding period last year, CST said in the document published Thursday.
Trump team preparing economic plan as part of Mideast peace proposal
A long-awaited Middle East peace plan from the Trump administration will include what the White House is calling a robust economic plan to help resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, an official has said. US President Donald Trump’s envoys are also working on the most detailed set of proposals to date for the overall plan, the White House official said in a briefing with reporters on Monday.
Myanmar flooding displaces more than 16,000 people
More than 16,000 people are thought to have been displaced by floods following heavy monsoon rains in Myanmar, also known as Burma. The flood began at the weekend and worst hit the country’s eastern Kayin state on the border with Thailand. Large areas have been evacuated and people were moved to shelters to wait for the waters to subside.
Trump and EU’s Juncker pull back from all-out trade war
The US and EU have agreed to avoid an all-out trade war and work to lower tariffs, in talks that US President Donald Trump hailed as “a very strong understanding”. He and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker announced a “new phase” in EU-US relations, after more than two hours of talks at the White House. Mr Trump’s threat to impose tariffs on European cars was put aside.
Liquid water ‘lake’ revealed on Mars
Researchers have found evidence of an existing body of liquid water on Mars. What they believe to be a lake sits under the planet’s south polar ice cap, and is about 20km (12 miles) across. Previous research found possible signs of intermittent liquid water flowing on the martian surface, but this is the first sign of a persistent body of water on the planet in the present day.
Iranian general warns Trump: “War will destroy everything you own”
Iran’s Quds force chief Qassem Soleimani warned U.S. President Donald Trump against war on Thursday, saying it would “destroy all that you possess”… “You know that this war will destroy all that you possess. You will start this war but we will be the ones to impose its end. Therefore you have to be careful about insulting the Iranian people and the president of our Republic,” Soleimani said in a speech, as reported by Al Alam in Arabic.
Artificial intelligence begins diagnosing patients in Eastern Iowa
The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics has become the first to employ new technology — developed by a company rooted in the university’s research engine — that uses artificial intelligence to diagnose an eye disease. On June 12, the Diabetes and Endocrinology Center at UI Health Care-Iowa River Landing in Coralville began using technology developed by IDx, the Coralville-based medical diagnostics company.
Russia praises Israel for attacking ISIS in Syria
The Russian Defense Ministry praised Israel Thursday after the IDF’s attack on ISIS forces in the Syrian Golan area killed several members of the terrorist organization and destroyed rocket launchers. According to the Russian news agency Sputnik, the ISIS terrorists were trying on Wednesday to fire missiles at Syrian army positions, but hit Israel instead with two BM-21 rockets that landed in the Kinneret.
Japan’s deadly heat wave declared a natural disaster as death toll continues to rise
The deadly heat will continue across Japan through at least Thursday, following the hottest day on record in Japan.The highest temperature ever recorded by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) was reported on Monday when Kumagaya reached 41.1 C (106 F).
40 million face West heat, 30 million under East flood watch
Heavy rains drenched much of the Northeast for a fourth consecutive day Tuesday, swelling rivers and flooding roads, while the western U.S. endured scorching temperatures and heat warnings.
California Was Warned Months Ago Its Grid Could Buckle In The Heat. Now It’s Happening
California’s grid operator is asking customers to limit electricity use during peak hours to help keep power flowing as a “heat dome” settles over the southwestern U.S.
Wildfires in Greece kill 74 in deadliest blazes in decades
The death toll from Greece’s deadliest wildfires in decades climbed to 74 Tuesday as rescue crews searched on land and sea for those who sought to escape the blazes that engulfed popular summer resort spots near Athens.
Islamic State’s secret army: Women and children play ‘increasing role in terror attacks’
The roles of women and minors will become more important in maintaining the legacy of the caliphate and have “demonstrated their prominence as security threats” but their numbers are “significantly underestimated”.
List: The 35 Criminal And Destructive Acts By The Democrat Party, Deep State, Media And Never Trumpers To Gut America
Last night Americans experienced another leak and another smear of President Trump from CNN. This leak is a tape from the President’s lawyer which may have been taped illegally, which may have been initially stolen from the President’s lawyer by the Mueller team (to hell with attorney-client privilege) which is just another attempt to damage duly elected President Trump.
Contrived Water Shortages Leading to World War III-50 American Cities Set to Run Out of Water
The world has been pushed to the edge of World War III, three times in recent history, in Ukraine, Syria and North Korea. President Trump has been able to avert the globalist goal of perpetrating World War III. However, the greatest threat to world peace does not come at the end of a gun, at least not initially. It comes from contrived water shortages. Contrived water shortages conceived by the globalists and perpetrated by the United Nations policies, are now the major reason why billions could die in the coming World War III.
Europe is on the edge of calamity: Large European cities could soon become battlefields warns conservative Belgian leader
In this recent story over at Zero Hedge they report that according to a top advisor of Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, he will now run the country singlehandedly with any and all dissenters fired in the wake of the recent presidential election which granted Erdogan sweeping new executive powers.
Will Trump Be Forced to Declare Martial Law In Order to Survive?
President Trump faces outright rebellion from George Soros and his multitude of civil disrupters such as Black Lives Matter, Moveon.org, etc. The Deep State is undermining every aspect of elected government.
Parole Board Allows Convicted Serial Baby-Killer to Walk Free
…The controversial board, appointed by Cuomo, is freeing dangerous convicted pedophiles, murderers, cop-killers, and rapists back on to the streets in a bid to make convictions “fairer” for the criminals.The move is causing outrage among citizens as non-violent law-breakers are being jailed for minor crimes, whilst deadly criminals are being set free.
Antifa in Germany publish rioting how-to booklet
Antifa activists in Germany have published a booklet that instructs and encourages their supporters to become “riot tourists” in Germany by violently attacking political party offices and war memorials, and by setting automobiles on fire…The new German publication comes in the wake of Antifa professor Mark Bray’s book last year titled Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook. Bray was a lecturer at Dartmouth College…
Thousands of Filipinos Arrested in Duterte’s War on Loitering
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs had already been a source of great controversy for years when he suddenly announced a new crusade in June: a war on loitering.
Headlines – 7/26/2018
Trump peace plan said to include major economic scheme for Palestinians
Trump cuts cause 250 job losses at UN agency for Palestinian refugees
World Bank to Allocate $90 Million for Palestinians, UN Mideast Envoy Says
In first, ‘Palestine’ to head bloc of 134 nations at UN
US Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Counter Use of Human Shields by Hamas, Hezbollah, Palestinian Islamic Jihad
IDF: Children used in ‘trap’ terror attack before deadly Gaza border violence
Rocket sirens blare as security chiefs meet over fresh Gaza flareup
Rocket shot down by Iron Dome as Gaza border violence persists
Soldier moderately injured by Gaza sniper, 3 Palestinians killed as IDF responds
Wounded IDF officer asked: ‘When am I going back to Gaza?’
Hamas puts forces on alert, threatens revenge after IDF kills three fighters
Abbas advisor: Jewish Israeli MPs ‘defile’ Muslim holy sites
UK anti-Semitic incidents at historic high despite decrease, watchdog says
70 MKs sign letter demanding the aliyah of an Ethiopian community
Bennett: Government must ‘heal wound’ caused to Druze by nation-state law
Amid Druze outcry, Netanyahu calls meeting to examine nation-state law
Islamic State kills hundreds in assault on southern Syria Druze city
2 Syrian rockets said to land in Sea of Galilee, near crowded tourist beach
IDF shells southern Syria in response to errant rocket fire at Golan
US, France introduce new Syria chemical weapons sanctions
Turkey’s Erdogan says to discuss Syria with Russia’s Putin
‘At Least 96 Killed’ in ISIS Suicide Attack in pro-Assad Syrian City Near Jordan Border
Syria war: More than 200 dead in suicide attacks
ISIS claims responsibility for Toronto shooting
Toronto police: No evidence for Islamic State attack claim
Iraqi PM announces arrest of 100 “infiltrators” in recent protests
Ballot-counting underway in Pakistan after vote marred by suicide bombing
Turkey’s Erdogan: The making of a latter-day Sultan
Turkey: We are not bound by US sanctions on Iran
Turkey vows to keep buying Iranian oil: ‘We will not obey’
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Chief: America’s ‘Oil Threats Can Easily Be Answered’
Iran Tabs New Heads of Key Economic Agencies Amid Struggling Economy
Iran says it will never take part in one-sided talks with US
Saudi Arabia Halts Red Sea Oil Shipments After Houthi Attacks
Trump delays meeting with Putin, citing ‘Russia witch hunt’
Republicans: Putin ‘not welcome’ on Capitol Hill as new sanctions push begins
Why do Democrats only care about Russian meddling when it comes to Trump?
North Korea making bomb fuel despite denuclearization pledge: Pompeo
Bomb explodes outside US Embassy in Beijing, suspect injured: report
China says there will be ‘no winner’ in global trade war
Trump announces trade concessions from EU officials on soybeans, energy, tariffs
Facebook plunges more than 24 percent on revenue miss and projected slowdown
Zuckerberg Loses $16.8 Billion in a Snap as Facebook Plunges
Facebook’s grim forecast: privacy push will erode profits for years
Tech stocks set to crater on Thursday with Facebook on track for biggest drop ever
Venezuela to remove five zeroes from ailing currency
Unrest in Nicaragua leads to more deadly clashes
5.6 magnitude earthquake hits near Visokoi Island, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
5.2 magnitude earthquake hits the Easter Island region
5.1 magnitude earthquake hits near Saumlaki, Indonesia
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits the Easter Island region
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits the Mauritius – Reunion region
Sabancaya volcano in Peru erupts to 27,000ft
Popocateptl volcano in Mexico erupts to 20,000ft
Aoba volcano on Vanuatu erupts to 18,000ft
Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupts to 15,000ft
Reventador volcano in Ecuador erupts to 14,000ft
Turrialba volcano in Costa Rica erupts to 13,000ft
Agung volcano in Indonesia erupts to 13,000ft
Ebeko volcano in the Kuril Islands erupts to 12,000ft
Millions under flash flood watches, warnings as rain pounds East Coast
Major flooding is occurring in parts of Pennsylvania, and rivers continue to rise in the Mid-Atlantic
Flooding Forces Hersheypark to Close for 3rd Time This Week, Rescues in Central Pennsylvania Communities
‘Armageddon’ fire in Greece kills at least 80, many missing
Birmingham heatwave sparking plagues of rats and swarms of wasps
The big heatwave: from Algeria to the Arctic. But what’s the cause?
Is climate change causing the worldwide heatwave?
Gene-edited plants and animals are GM foods, EU court rules
9/11 victim reportedly ID’ed 17 years later due to DNA testing
Artificial intelligence begins diagnosing patients in Eastern Iowa
Narcan inventor: Opioid crisis at epidemic proportions
Top cardinal demands Vatican get tough with bishops on sex abuse
Last 6 doomsday cult members on death row executed by Japan