Ebola kills 33 in Democratic Republic of Congo
A new outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo has killed at least 33 people and is suspected of sickening dozens more, the World Health Organization said Sunday.
What now for ‘messianics’ in officially Jewish state?
Under his direction, the most recent survey of messianic believers and congregations shows what he calls “exponential” growth of a movement that in 1948 numbered just 23 people in all of Israel skyrocketing now to some 30,000 with at least 300 congregations throughout the land – 20 in Jerusalem alone.
Pro-ISIS Media Outlet Signals Imminent Biological Attack On The West
Over the past week, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media group has published a series of posters encouraging biological attacks on Western targets.
Protests in Iran Hit Boiling Point, Amplifying Calls for Regime Change
Protests against Iran’s hardline ruling regime hit a boiling point over the weekend, as demonstrators took to the streets for the sixth consecutive day in the face of efforts by the regime to beat and arrest those seeking regime change in the Islamic Republic, according to multiple reports from the region. Curfews have been imposed in parts of the country amid nightly demonstrations by Iranian dissidents who have been heard chanting, “death to the dictator” and “Mullahs should go away.” At least one protester was shot and killed by Iranian security forces over the weekend.
US Senate Approves $38 Billion Israel Security Assistance Package
The U.S. Senate has passed the U.S.-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2018, a bipartisan piece of legislation that authorizes U.S. security assistance to Israel for 10 years, regardless of which administration happens to be in power.
San Francisco Bans Everything
Here are a few things that are effectively legal in San Francisco: drugs, public defecation and shoplifting. And here are some of the things that are banned or will be banned in the City by the Bay. Straws. Fur coats. Bottled water. Eating at work. Vaping liquids. Upholstered furniture. Plastic bags. Pet stores. Electric scooters. Coffee cups and packing peanuts. Tropical fish. The McDonald’s Happy Meal. If you can think of something, San Francisco has already banned it. Or will be banning it soon.
91 confirmed dead, hundreds injured after powerful earthquake hits popular Indonesian tourist island
A magnitude-7.0 earthquake has hit the Indonesian resort island of Lombok, killing 91 people. The earthquake struck at 6:46 p.m. local time on Sunday and damaged buildings 150 kilometers (93 miles) away in Denpasar, Bali. A spokesperson for BNPB, Indonesia’s disaster relief body, confirmed on Monday that the death toll had risen to 91 people and said that 209 people were severely injured.
Hurricane Hector to pass near Hawaii, where volcano continues to spew lava into ocean
Hurricane Hector roared through the Central Pacific on Sunday and is expected to pass near the Big Island of Hawaii, where a volcano continues to send lava into the sea. The National Hurricane Center said in its 5 a.m. ET advisory that Hurricane Hector is a “strong” category 3 storm with sustained winds of 125 mph and is moving west at 12 mph. The storm is located about 1,360 miles east of South Point, Hawaii, located on the Big Island.
Portugal battles major wildfire as Europe heat wave endures
Emergency services in Portugal continued their fight Monday against a major, four-day wildfire on the south coast that threatened to engulf a hillside town overnight. The Civil Protection Agency said 44 people required medical assistance as the blaze passed by the outskirts of Monchique, 250 kilometers (155 miles) south of Lisbon, in the dark. A 72-year-old woman was seriously hurt. Authorities said that more than 1,100 firefighters with 327 vehicles and eight aircraft were battling the blaze that erupted amid a heatwave caused by a mass of hot air from North Africa.
Poll: Overwhelming amount of Orthodox Jews support Trump
A poll by US-based haredi magazine finds more than 90% of observant Jews support current president.
ISIS executes hostage
ISIS forces in Syria executed one of the hostages they took with them from the city of Sweida when they attacked it last week, Syrian media reported today. The victim was identified as Muhannad Touqan Abu Amar, age 19. The ISIS attack on Sweida – held by Bashir Assad’s forces – took place on July 25. The organization’s terrorists occupied villages and carried out suicide attacks inside Sweida, killing more than 200 people, many of them unarmed civilians.
Report: Hamas political leadership supports agreement with Israel
Hamas has decided to endorse a “staggered” ceasefire with Israel, which would begin with an end to the launching of incendiary kites and balloons and, in exchange, Israel’s lifting of the latest sanctions imposed on the Gaza Strip… Hamas sources said that…in exchange for the cessation of all attacks against the border fence, Israel would open the Kerem Shalom crossing to the transfer of goods and the fishing zone would be expanded.
Majority of Palestinians oppose Trump’s peace plan, Oslo Accords
More than 60% of the Palestinians support the Palestinian Authority’s position not to accept the US as a sole mediator in the peace process…The poll, conducted by the Jerusalem Media and Communication Center, showed that over 80% of Palestinians don’t believe that US President Donald Trump’s yet-to-be-announced plan for peace in the Middle East…would produce anything acceptable to the Palestinians.
Lombok quake: Thousands evacuated after dozens die on Indonesia island
Some 10,000 people have been evacuated on the Indonesian island of Lombok after a powerful 6.9 magnitude quake on Sunday left more than 90 people dead. Witnesses spoke of chaos and terror as buildings collapsed and power and communication lines were cut. Boats have been sent to evacuate more than 1,000 tourists from the nearby Gili islands.
Australia’s Turnbull: ‘Now we are the land of droughts’
Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has warned that the country has become a “land of drought” as he announced further measures to help stricken farmers. The new package will provide an extra A$140m ($104m; £80m) in payments to farmers and for mental health support. It brings the total amount of government funding to $576m.
‘Too Little Too Late’: Bankruptcy Booms Among Older Americans
For a rapidly growing share of older Americans, traditional ideas about life in retirement are being upended by a dismal reality: bankruptcy. The signs of potential trouble — vanishing pensions, soaring medical expenses, inadequate savings — have been building for years. Now, new research sheds light on the scope of the problem: The rate of people 65 and older filing for bankruptcy is three times what it was in 1991…and…accounts for a far greater share of all filers.
The maritime barrier between Israel and the Gaza Strip
Significant progress in the barrier project against infiltrations from the Gaza Strip has been reported on Sunday. New images and videos show a new breakwater structure, with a high fence surrounding it, and an advanced detection system. The construction is expected to be completed within a year and a half. The Ministry of Defense revealed pictures and videos of the sea barrier construction site at the northern Gaza Strip border, near Zikim beach.
Barak Obama is not a Christian
How long would a Christian president stay silent when large numbers of people of his own religion are being massacred? Obama can’t be a Christian.
Do ‘Insanely Powerful’ Space Signals Have ‘Artificial Origin’?
The universe’s “invisible light” is sending “puzzling pulses” of “mysterious, ultrastrong sparks of energy” toward us from deep space in the way of fast radio bursts (FRBs) and may be a signal from extraterrestrial life, according to a Live Science.
HORRIFYING: Elderly Woman Forcibly Euthanized in the Netherlands – Doctors Held Her Down
According to LiveAction, the 74-year-old unidentified woman had been suffering dementia for some time and previously told people she would undergo assisted suicide if “the time was right.” As her dementia progressed, she never put in a request to die and had surpassed the point of giving her full consent. It was then that her doctor declared her to be “suffering intolerably” and proceeded to euthanize her. Here’s how the ordeal went down:
Obama Officially Backs ‘White Genocide’ in South Africa
Former US President Barack Obama has officially endorsed South Africa’s leaders for introducing new laws to seize land from White farmers.
Mystery Meteor Explodes Over US Air Force Base- Government Blackout
On the 1st of August the director of the Nuclear Information Project for the Federation of American Scientists, Hans Kristensen, confirmed a Meteor exploded with 2.1 kilotons force 43 km above Thule Air Base.
Watch: Founder Of Sharia Crime Stoppers Says ‘Sharia Law Is In Michigan’
Big League Politics contributor Laura Loomer to Michigan with The United West to investigate Abdulrahman Mohamed El-Sayed, a Muslim candidate running for Governor in Michigan as a Democrat Socialist. El-Sayed is a Sharia compliant Muslim, but his political platform and talking points directly contradict Islamic law.
Weekend Shooting Spree Leaves Six Dead, Over 50 Injured In Chicago
A weekend shooting spree left six dead and over 50 people injured in Chicago, which has left the city in a state of havoc. Sixteen of those shot were said to be teenagers, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Newest electronic spying: Recording you on hold
….“Listening to music while being placed on hold is a scenario many of us are all too familiar with. But did you know some companies are listening to you while you’re waiting for an operator to answer?” he asked.
More than 775,000 pilgrims arrive in Saudi Arabia to perform Hajj
The number of pilgrims coming from abroad via air, land and sea ports until yesterday has reached 776,821 pilgrims, with an increase of 48,637 pilgrims, compared to the same period last year, an increase by 7%, according to the statistics issued by Saudi Directorate General For passports.
Operation Roundup: The final battle with ISIS enters last phase in Syria
Children living in eastern Syria recently emerged from their homes to find Islamic State fighters gone for the first time in more than four years. They had finally been liberated from control by the extremists. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and their US-led anti-ISIS coalition partners are in a multi-phase offensive designed to clear ISIS remnants from eastern Syria.
ISIS Announces Planned BIOWARFARE Attack On The West
As Pamela Geller reported, “Over the past week, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) media group has published a series of posters encouraging ‘biological attacks on Western targets.’”
Expert: America Could Be “Overrun” by Deep State
Mike Adams calls upon Christians and God-fearing Americans to send their prayers for the United States into the heavens because the deep state criminal cabal trying to destroy it are growing bolder.
What are the greater works Jesus promised we would do?
What Does Jesus Think About Discernment? This verse Tells You
Paula White Sues Critic and Loses – Judge Orders Her to Pay Over $13,000
Seth Dunn – “Pastor” Greg Locke Offers Free TV and Threatens to Beat Me Up
This Church is Looking For a Pastor Who Will Preach ‘Word For Word’ Sermons From Famous Pastors
Hybels Heir Quits Willow as New Accusations Arise Before Global Leadership Summit
Steven Furtick Preaches from Non-Existent Bible Verse
When Bill Johnson Prays for Holy Spirit Outpouring: Convulsing, Cackling, Spasming, Twitching, Falling
Christian club rejects University of Iowa’s mandate to accept LGBT leaders
Salon Writer: Abortions Can Be Good For Families
Headlines – 8/6/2018
Kushner calls to ‘disrupt’ UN relief agency saying it ‘doesn’t help peace’
U.S. envoy Kushner calls UNRWA corrupt, inefficient, unhelpful for peace
Palestinians slam reported US plan to weaken refugee agency
Security cabinet meets as Gaza at crux between ‘an agreement or war’
Abbas stirs up hornets’ nest by firing PA minister
Israel releases first pictures of underwater barrier with Gaza
Egypt to Begin Importing Israeli Gas in 2019
Amazon removes Nazi-themed items after complaints
Pro-Assad Media Blames Israel’s Mossad for Assassination of Chemical Weapons Chief
Iran is acting to advance its long-term goals in Syria
Iran Guards says it held Gulf drills as U.S. tensions rise
White House to detail implementation of new Iran sanctions Monday: Pompeo
Pompeo vows US will enforce Iran sanctions
Pompeo: Sanctions to be enforced until Iran ‘behaves like a normal country’
European allies fear US seeks Iran regime change as it restores sanctions
Germany upholds export, investment guarantees for Iran business despite US pressure
Iran Eases Exchange Rates in Effort to Stymie U.S. Sanctions
Iran eases currency rules, hoping to buoy rial ahead of sanctions
Iran reaches crisis point as U.S. sanctions return
Iran protests resume for 6th day amid violent clashes with security forces
Hamza bin Laden has married daughter of lead 9/11 hijacker, say family
Attack by Taliban kills 3 Czech NATO soldiers in Afghanistan; one American wounded
Egyptian Troops Kill 52 Suspected Militants in Northern Sinai
Violence as troops deploy in Ethiopia’s Somali region
After two decades of conflict with Eritrea, Ethiopia’s new prime minister Abiy Ahmed brings new hope of peace
Washington denies any involvement in Venezuela drone blast
6 arrests in failed plot to assassinate Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro
China Prepared for Long Trade War With U.S., State Media Says
China Will Lose The Trade War With America, And That’s Good For Its Citizens
Beijing is more worried about domestic issues than its trade war with Washington, research firm says
Donald Trump Says Son’s Trump Tower Meeting Was To Get Clinton Dirt But ‘Totally Legal’
Trump attorney Jay Sekulow blames ‘bad information’ for Trump Tower statement mixup, says no sign Don Jr. under investigation
Trump Doubles Down on Attacking “Dangerous and Sick” Journalists: “They Can Also Cause War!”
Social media is making children regress to mentality of three-year-olds, says top brain scientist
U.S. Officials Push New Penalties for Hackers of Electrical Grid
Second straight Sunday Indonesia dealt blow by deadly earthquake
91 Killed, Several Injured As Magnitude 7 Earthquake Hits Indonesia
5.4 magnitude earthquake hits near Tanjung, Indonesia
5.3 magnitude earthquake hits near Santong, Indonesia
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits near Lokokrangan, Indonesia
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits near Muara Siberut, Indonesia
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits near Mohean, India
Sabancaya volcano in Peru erupts to 24,000ft
Reventador volcano in Ecuador erupts to 14,000ft
Karymsky volcano on Kamchatka, Russia erupts to 10,000ft
Ebeko volcano in the Kuril Islands erupts to 10,000ft
Sweltering Tokyo Braces for Approach of Typhoon Shanshan
Hector expected to enter Central Pacific as a Category 4 hurricane
2 tropical storms form off Mexico’s southwestern Coast – John and Ileana
World’s Hottest Rain Fell in California, Setting New Record
California fire explodes in size over weekend, is now 4th largest in state history
Trump declares California wildfires as ‘major emergency’, orders federal funding for recovery: White House
Farming impact of Australia’s worst drought in living memory
Lyme disease now found in all 50 states
33 reported dead in Congo Ebola outbreak
In less than 7 hours, 40 shot, 4 fatally as violence rips Chicago
Airlines cut back on flights to Cancun, other tourist spots in Mexico after reports of violence, travelers blacking out