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by From the Internet   
April 7th, 2016

Temple of Ba’al Replica Arrives in London Just in Time for Ancient Pagan Festival
Whether by accident or design, the arrival in London of a full-size replica of an arch which stood on the site of the recently-destroyed Temple of Ba’al coincides with an ancient pagan festival that connects the modern replicas with their ancient roots: serving false idols. April 19th is not a meaningful date to most, but to occultists and worshippers of Ba’al, it is a most auspicious time.  

'The beginning of the END for the EU' Brexit fans rejoice as Dutch vote humiliates union
In a crushing blow to European bureaucrats, 61.1% of Dutch voters voted to block the deal as politicians hail “the beginning of the end of the EU”. The treaty, which would see a major shift in political, trade and defence co-operation between the EU and Ukraine has been automatically accepted in 27 member states, including Britain.  

Rogue Planet: Astronomers Track Sunless World 4-8x the Mass of Jupiter
One of the youngest and brightest free-floating, planet-like objects has reportedly been detected by US and Canadian astronomers 95 light years away.  

250 Syrian civilians feared kidnapped by ISIS near Damascus
Around 250 Syrian civilians are feared kidnapped after an attack by the Islamic State jihadist group (ISIS) on a cement factory east of Damascus, residents told AFP on Thursday. "We haven't been able to reach our family members since noon on Monday after an attack by Daesh on the factory,"....  

Left Bewailing 2017, a Year Marking 4 Zionist Miracles
2017 marks the 70th anniversary of the United Nations’ decision to establish a Jewish state in the Land of Israel. An idea that was galvanized 120 years ago and received a strong boost 100 years ago became a wide confirmation by the nations of the world 70 years ago.  

Tennessee bill would allow counselors to deny service based on religion
The Tennessee House passed a bill on Wednesday allowing mental health counselors to refuse service to patients on religious grounds....  

Israel, US hold joint workshop to prepare for WMD attack
Israeli and American officials conduct joint training program to deal with growing nuclear, chemical, biological weapons threats.  

ISIS cell with weapons cache busted in Copenhagen
All four were suspected of breaking Denmark's terrorism law while in Syria, and were arrested in the Copenhagen area, police said in a statement without giving any further information on their identities.  

US government, Soros funded Panama Papers to attack Putin – WikiLeaks
The "Putin attack" was funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and American hedge fund billionaire George Soros, WikiLeaks added, saying that the US government's funding of such an attack is a serious blow to its integrity.  

Indonesia earthquake: Strong tremor hits off Jakarta and Bandung on Java island
A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.1 has struck the Indian Ocean off Indonesia, centered south of Bandung and Jakarta, seismologists and witnesses say. No tsunami warnings have been issued.  

Vanuatu hit by third strong earthquake in five days
The U.S. Geological Survey reported a third earthquake that struck the Pacific Island of Vanuatu in merely five days. The group reported that the most recent one was a 6.9 magnitude earthquake that hit the island nation on April 7, 2016, however, no major damages or casualties have been reported by the local authorities.  

First Syrians leave for US under surge resettlement program
The first Syrian family to be resettled to the U.S. under its speeded-up “surge operation” departed to the United States Wednesday from the Jordanian capital, Amman. Ahmad al-Abboud, who is being resettled with his wife and five children, said that although he is thankful to Jordan — where he has lived for three years after fleeing Syria’s civil war — he is hopeful of finding a better life in the U.S.  

Dust Storm 100 Miles Wide Blankets Much of Texas Panhandle
Forecasters say a dust storm about 100 miles wide blanketed much of the Texas Panhandle overnight Tuesday before moving on and dissipating. The National Weather Service said a cold front that moved through Tuesday night had winds up to 60 mph and spread dirt picked up from Colorado and Kansas.  

Lebanon debates Israel's definition as 'the enemy' in school curriculum
An unprecedented debate is taking place in Lebanon these days over Israel's definition in the Lebanese school curriculum. While Israel is traditionally designated as Lebanon's enemy, a number of teachers are now asking to rewrite this definition... The Lebanese Ministry of Education has recently announced that it is planning to review the curriculum that has been studied in Lebanon's schools for the last 19 years.  

Syria-Russia-Iran axis likely to liberate ISIS heartland, not Western backed forces
If Islamic State and al-Qaida’s Nusra Front lose control of their strongholds in Syria, Bashar Assad’s army will likely supply the boots on the ground to supplant them, with help from Russian air strikes and Iranian and Hezbollah forces. The US-led air strikes and occasional special forces missions to take out high quality targets are not enough to break these terrorist groups’ hold on territory.  

Report: Hamas taps over 1,000 terror operatives to dig Gaza tunnels
Hamas employs more than 1,000 operatives to excavate underground tunnels in the Gaza Strip, Israel Radio reported Thursday. According to the report, the terrorist organization invests hundreds of thousands of dollars each month in the digging activities, paying each operative engaged in the process some 300 to 400 dollars a month.  

N.Korean Nuclear Warhead Test 'Imminent'
There is a strong possibility of North Korea testing a miniaturized nuclear warhead in the near future, Defense Minister Han Min-koo told reporters Wednesday. The North has been scrambling to make a nuclear warhead small enough to fit on a missile, and there are indications it has made some progress in that direction.  

It Is Now Illegal to Pay for Sex in France
France’s Parliament passed a law Wednesday that makes it illegal to pay for sex. Offenders may be fined up to €3,750 (about $4,300) and required to attend classes about the conditions of sex workers.  

40 Days in Limbo: Ireland Fails to Elect Leader for 2nd Time
Ireland remained mired in political limbo Wednesday after lawmakers overwhelmingly rejected all three candidates to lead the country's next government.  

Assad's master plan is working — and now he's entrenching himself even deeper
As regime forces continue to beat back ISIS in Syria, the country's embattled president is using the gains to his advantage to convince the West that he's a viable partner in the fight against terrorism.  

Texas executes inmate who said he drank 12-year-old victim’s blood
An inmate in Texas convicted of killing a young boy in 1998 was executed Wednesday night, hours after the U.S. Supreme Court declined his request to halt the execution. When asked if he had a final statement before his lethal injection, Pablo Vasquez, 38, looked at some of the victim’s relatives and apologized, the Associated Press reported.  

Cologne Police Reveal ‘Cover Up’ Of New Year’s Eve Rape Attacks Ordered By Government
A leaked cache of confidential emails and notes passed between the North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) state government and local police has revealed the extent to which the force were placed under pressure to cover up the migrant sex attacks at New Year’s Eve.  

Newly discovered planet could destroy Earth any day now
A mysterious planet that wiped out life on Earth millions of years ago could do it again, according to a top space scientist. And some believe the apocalyptic event could happen as early as this month.  

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