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“Let the Headlines Speak”
by From the Internet   
June 27th, 2016

CHRISLAM ALERT: General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church USA Offers Prayers To Allah
The representative, Wallid Said, prayed… “Allah bless us and bless our families and bless our Lord. Lead us on the straight path – the path of all the prophets: Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad.”  

CBS: Trump Beating Clinton In Battleground States With Voters Who Want Change
Donald Trump is beating Hillary Clinton in the polls in key battleground states among voters who want change, a possible roadblock in her bid for the presidency, CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto said Sunday.  

Flood-ravaged West Virginia bracing for more rain
More heavy rains are expected in West Virginia, where floodwaters have killed at least 25 people in the past week. More than 20 counties were under a flash flood watch Monday. The National Weather Service said downpours were possible in many areas already ravaged by flooding, including Kanawha and Nicholas counties.  

Signs of Insurrection in Mosul as ISIS Executes Top Commanders
A synchronized attack on ISIS militants by unknown persons in the city of Mosul suggests spreading unrest in the last large city held by ISIS in Iraq.  

Nothing Special: UK’s Economy Likely Unaffected by Brexit in Long-Term
Dismal forecasts for the UK’s economy in the aftermath of Brexit are only valid in the nearest term due to panicking investors; meanwhile, macroeconomic fundamentals appear to be solid, and arguments for the investment appeal of the UK are likely to prevail over the negativity that has set in amid the shock of its separation from the EU.  

Israel and Turkey end rift over Gaza flotilla killings
Israel and Turkey have normalised relations, ending a six-year rift over the killing by Israeli troops of 10 Turkish activists on a Gaza-bound ship. Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said a deal reached on Sunday would see Israel pay $20m (£15m) in compensation.  

Netanyahu and Kerry in Rome for Turkey reconciliation announcement
After years of negotiations, Israel and Turkey are expected to officially announce their reconciliation agreement in Rome; Netanyahu and Kerry are in Rome for the momentous occasion.  

Japan shares recover after Friday's post-Brexit bout
Japanese shares have managed to recover some ground after their historic plunge last Friday following the UK's vote to leave the European Union. Traders have taken some confidence from a pledge by the Japanese government to stabilise the financial markets. The Nikkei closed 2.4% up at 15,309.21 after losing almost 8% on Friday.  

African nations at UNHRC call on Israel to 'end the occupation' now
Israel must immediately end its occupation of the West Bank and its blockade on Gaza, the regional African Group told the United Nations Human Rights Council... “The African Group calls for putting an immediate end to Israel's occupation, settlements, blockade on two million people in the Gaza Strip, the detention and imprisonment of thousands of Palestinians, and all other forms of collective punishment....  

Palestinian Leader Admits He Lied to European Parliament
Mahmoud Abbas told the European Union Parliament that rabbis were instructing Jews to poison Palestinian water supplies. Abbas now admits what any reasonable person already knew - that he lied.  

Abortion clinic sold ‘intact’ baby’s brain for high school summer camp to dissect
A New Mexico abortion clinic once provided a high school summer camp with the "intact" brain of a third-trimester baby for high school summer students to dissect.  

UFO Religion Celebrates ‘Swastika Rehabilitation Day’
The Raelian movement on Shabbat, June 25, held a worldwide “Swastika Rehabilitation Day,” including flying banners over US cities, to inform people about the ancient, peaceful meaning of the swastika, and to protest attempts to link it with the Nazi atrocities.  

More Riots and Stone Throwing on the Temple Mount
Riots on the Temple Mount continued this morning with masked Islamic youths gathering stones inside the Al Aqsa Mosque, and then throwing them as well as launching fireworks directly at police located outside.  

Brexit: Germany rules out informal negotiations
There can be no talks on Brexit before the UK formally begins the process to quit the EU, Germany's government says. The UK would be given a "reasonable amount of time", but there must be no impasse, a spokesman said. The leaders of Germany, France and Italy meet later in Berlin, with the speed of negotiations for Britain's exit high on the agenda.  

Suicide bombers kill 5 in eastern Lebanon, near Syria border
A group of suicide bombers detonated their explosives in a Lebanese village near the border with Syria on Monday, killing five people and wounding at least 15, Lebanon’s state-run news agency said.  

Does ‘Brexit’ Mean Security Woes Are Next?
The comment last spring was startling, coming as it did from NATO’s commander. “Russia and the Assad regime are deliberately weaponizing migration from Syria in an attempt to overwhelm European structures and break European resolve,” U.S. Air Force General Philip Breedlove, since retired, said of Moscow’s Vladimir Putin and his long-time ally, Syrian President Bashar Assad.  

Herzog implies Israel should hold vote on two-state solution
In the same spirit of the 'Brexit' vote, opposition leader Isaac Herzog implied Sunday that the Israeli public vote on the prospect of a two-state solution in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  

ISIS Video Threatens San Francisco, Shows Golden Gate and Skyscraper
A new video released by ISIS today that heavily praised Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen makes specific threats against San Francisco.  

'Cost-Burdened-Renters' Surge To Historic Highs As Hillbama-nomics Fails For Low-Income Faithful
As we have discussed many times in the past, for the Average American, owning a home is increasingly unaffordable. This has led to a dramatic surge in rents, and ultimately to a significant squeeze on the cash flow of renters across the nation.  

Pope: Gays and others marginalized deserve an apology
Pope Francis says gays — and all the other people the church has marginalized, such as the poor and the exploited — deserve an apology. Francis was asked Sunday en route home from Armenia if he agreed with one of his top advisers, German Cardinal Reinhard Marx, who told a conference in Dublin in the days after the deadly Orlando gay club attack that the church owes an apology to gays for having marginalized them.  

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