November 11, 2019 Truth2Freedom Briefing Report (US•World•Christian)

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President Donald Trump said on Monday he will be meeting with vaping
industry officials as well as medical and political officials to discuss
vaping and e-cigarettes, amid a nationwide outbreak of injuries and deaths
linked to the products.

President Donald Trump said on Saturday that the White House would probably
release a transcript of a second call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr
Zelenskiy on Tuesday.

This week will mark a new and unparalleled chapter in Donald Trump’s
tumultuous presidency, as the Democratic-led impeachment probe goes public
with televised hearings into allegations about Trump’s dealings with
Ukraine.

Prominent U.S. Representative Peter King on Monday said he will not seek
re-election next year and will retire from Congress after his current term
expires, marking the 20th House Republican to announce plans to leave
Congress.

Ukraine expects the United States to maintain or even increase military aid
to Kiev next year despite the issue being part of a political battle in
Washington over the impeachment of President Donald Trump, Defense Minister
Andriy Zahorodniuk told Reuters.

Looting, fighting and roadblocks convulsed Bolivia on Monday after
President Evo Morales’ resignation ended his 14-year rule and created a
power vacuum following weeks of violent protests.

Hong Kong police shot and critically wounded a protester and a man was set
on fire on Monday in violence that prompted leader Carrie Lam to denounce
“enemies of the people” and drew a chilling warning from a senior Chinese
newspaper editor.

Chinese retailer Alibaba Group Holding Ltd said on Monday that sales for
its annual Singles’ Day shopping blitz crossed the $30 billion mark at 4:31
p.m. (0831 GMT), putting the event on track to set a record in its 11th
year.

Turkey said on Monday it had deported two captives from Islamic State — a
German and an American — beginning a program to repatriate detainees that
has caused friction with its NATO allies since it launched an offensive in
northern Syria.

AP Top Stories

Fourteen-term New York Republican Rep. Pete King won’t seek reelection, he
announced Monday in an early-morning Facebook post. King joins a growing
number of Republicans and a handful of Democrats who plan to leave after
next year.

Iran began pouring concrete Sunday for a second nuclear reactor at its
Bushehr power plant, a facility Tehran points to as its reason to break the
enrichment limit set by its unraveling 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

An Iranian beauty queen sought by Tehran on criminal charges has been
granted political asylum in the Philippines, an official said Friday,
ending a three-week standoff at Manila airport.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said the Syrian presidential election in
2021 would be open to anybody who wants to run and that there would be
numerous challengers for the presidency.

Seventeen men, including two Disney workers and a former middle school
principal, have been arrested in a month-long child porn investigation in
central Florida, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.

Saudi Arabia granted 73 foreigners “premium” residency under a new program
to attract overseas investment by enabling selected people to buy property
and do business without a Saudi sponsor.

Over 10,000 people turned out north of Paris on Sunday for a march against
Islamophobia that drew criticism from both the government and the far
right.

The Iranian navy added a brand new, domestically-made stealth destroyer to
its fleet on Saturday, Reuters reports, deploying the warship and its
purported radar-evading systems to join rest of the country’s regular navy
at the mouth of the strategically-crucial Strait of Hormuz in yet another
challenge to the U.S. Navy.

Iran has discovered a massive new oil field, President Hassan Rouhani said
Sunday, a find that would boost its proven reserves by about a third, in a
rare piece of “good news” for an economy battered by U.S. sanctions.

On Thursday evening, Japan’s Emperor Naruhito will dress in pure white
robes and be ushered into a dark wooden hall for his last major
enthronement rite: spending the night with a goddess. Centered on Amaterasu
Omikami, the sun goddess from whom conservatives believe the emperor has
descended, the “Daijosai” is the most overtly religious ceremony of the
emperor’s accession rituals after his father Akihito’s abdication. Scholars
and the government say it consists of a feast, rather than, as has been
persistently rumored, conjugal relations with the goddess.

BBC

A US financial regulator has opened an investigation into claims Apple’s
credit card offered different credit limits for men and women.

Two Australian states have declared a state of emergency as bushfires bring
a “catastrophic” threat to heavily populated areas of the nation’s east.

Zimbabwe’s central bank failed to introduce new bank notes as expected on
Monday. It had announced that it would roll out the two and five Zimbabwe
dollar notes and coins, the first real currency notes in 10 years. They
were expected to deal with the cash shortage.

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s Singles’ Day shopping frenzy broke
records in its 11th year. The world’s biggest online shopping event raked
in more than $30.8bnin sales in 16.5 hours.

WND

Liquid Foundation for Men by MMUK (Men’s Make-Up UK), was voted in the
September 2012 issue of Men’s Health as the world’s best male face make-up.

Research team observed an association between increased screen time among
3-5 year olds and lower expressive language, thought processing, and
literacy test scores


Headlines – 11/11/2019

Jordan king says rule over border enclaves restored as Israeli lease expires

Jordan vows to respect Israeli private property rights in Naharayim enclave

Israel hopes Jordan open to new deal on Tzofar, Naharayim

Hamas leader Haniyeh said PA elections must include East Jerusalem Palestinians

France reopens contested Jewish tomb in east Jerusalem

Israel Has Submarines Armed with Weapons That Could Kill Millions of People

Greece to officially adopt broad definition of anti-Semitism

US will leave about 600 troops in Syria for ‘enduring defeat of ISIS’

Nikki Haley: The U.S. Should Always Have the Backs of Our Kurdish Allies

Syria Car Bomb Kills Eight Near Turkish Border, Ankara Says

Kurdish medics injured in apparent attack on ambulance in Syria

Russian air strikes kill 7 civilians in northwestern Syria: Report

US urges early Iraq elections, halt to violence against protesters

Three killed in Iraq’s Nassiriya after forces open fire on protesters

UN urges Iraqi officials to prosecute those behind ‘use of excessive force’

Iran begins pouring concrete for 2nd nuclear power reactor

Trump tells Iran return of missing FBI agent would be ‘very positive step’

Trump to confront Turkey about buying Russian S-400 defense system

Turkey should scrap Russian missile system or face U.S. sanctions – White House official

Hong Kong protester shot by police during Facebook live stream as demonstrators block major roads

Hong Kong protests: man set on fire in shocking attack as anti-government violence escalates

Bolivia’s socialist President Evo Morales resigns amid election fraud allegations

Bolivia’s Morales announces resignation amid ongoing protests

Power Vacuum in Bolivia as Chaos Engulfs Streets in La Paz

Mexican officials uncover more bodies buried in mass grave south of Arizona border; total at 58

High-stakes televised impeachment hearings set for next week

Trump faces perilous test as impeachment hearings open

Ahead of public impeachment hearings, Trump tweets 82 times in one day

Trump urges allies to not ‘be led into the fools trap’ of saying Ukraine call ‘was not perfect, but is not impeachable’

Trump wants Pelosi, Biden to be called as impeachment inquiry witnesses, says he’ll release second phone call transcript

Schiff denies GOP request to have Ukraine whistleblower testify publicly, warns against ‘sham investigations’

Mulvaney’s Move to Join Impeachment Testimony Lawsuit Rankles Bolton Allies

Lindsey Graham says impeachment ‘invalid’ without whistleblower testimony

As Trump impeachment inquiry unfolds, biased media won’t ‘give him a fair shake,’ WH press secretary says

Sen. Ron Johnson: Trump withheld Ukraine money because of country’s massive corruption, not quid pro quo

Top House Armed Services Republican: Trump’s Ukraine call was ‘inappropriate’ but not impeachable

Americans know Democrats ‘used’ Robert Mueller to try to damage the president, Donald Trump Jr. says

Haley, in book, says Tillerson and Kelly tried to subvert Trump

Nikki Haley claims top aides tried to recruit her to ‘save the country’ by undermining Trump

Man Who Stabbed ‘Baby Trump’ Balloon Starts GoFundMe to Cover His Legal Fees, Raises Over $32K in One Day

Students turn against free speech amid ‘culture of conformity’

Inside Amazon’s plan for Alexa to run your entire life

5.3 magnitude earthquake hits near Picota, Peru

5.2 magnitude earthquake hits the Scotia Sea

5.2 magnitude earthquake hits near Miyako, Japan

Sangay volcano in Ecuador erupts to 22,000ft

Popocateptl volcano in Mexico erupts to 20,000ft

Reventador volcano in Ecuador erupts to 19,000ft

Nevados De Chillan volcano in Chile erupts to 14,000ft

At least 14 killed as Bulbul extends flooding to eastern India, Bangladesh

Tropical Storm Nakri makes landfall on South-Central Vietnam coast

Australia bushfires: Smoke seen in New Zealand as Sydney region faces ‘catastrophic’ threat

6-foot, 5-inch male wins girls’ running event, named ‘Woman of the Week’

100 years ago, Germany’s ‘Einstein of Sex’ began the gay rights movement


Apostasy Watch

Monday 11-11-19

Jonathon Edwards – Love is the Opposite of Selfishness, Not Self-Love

Hebrew Word Study – Spare the Rod

Todd White and His Latter Rain, Word Faith / Gnostic Christianity

Bethel Church Denies Scripture, Says “Core Belief” of Christianity is that “People are Good”

NAR Offering Prayers for Their Political Idols — Paula White Edition

A Christian Comedian’s Alleged Sexual Misconduct Prompts a Reckoning in the Evangelical Press

Florida High School Denies Pro-Life Club, Allows LGBTQ Group: It’s ‘Blatantly Illegal’


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