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by From the Internet   
August 10th, 2018

Jehovah’s Witnesses Destroy Child Abuse Evidence to ‘Escape from Satan’
A Jehovah’s Witnesses official has blown the whistle to reveal that the religion covers-up reports of child abuse by destroying records as the religion’s elders believe that Satan will use the evidence against them. Whilst speaking at a seminar in the UK, Shawn Bartlett, the records management overseer for the Jehovah’s Witnesses, lifted the lid on the organization’s record-keeping policies.

Southern Command chief: We are prepared for any scenario
“We are prepared for any scenario and we will continue to do everything necessary to maintain and strengthen the sense of security of the local residents … I am sure the residents of the Gaza border communities are strong and we call on them to continue to listen to the instructions of the Home Front Command,”

UN: Russia and Iran keen to avoid bloodbath in Syria’s Idlib
Russia, Iran and Turkey told a meeting of the Syria humanitarian taskforce on Thursday that they would do their utmost to avoid a battle that would threaten millions of civilians in rebel-held Idlib.

Lapid: Don’t allow Hamas to fire last shot
Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid, said on Thursday that Hamas must not be allowed to fire the last shot in the current round of hostilities. “A massive and disproportionate force must be used against Hamas.

Iran weighs response as US sanctions bite
“Their sanctions are very effective, as you can see, the government should find a solution,” said Mahmoud, a 62-year-old former civil servant who only gave his first name. “They should first solve domestic problems because people are really drowning in poverty and misery.”

Israel-Hamas Headed to War Again?
The strains of war are being heard again in Israel. More than 150 rockets and mortars was fired from Hamas-controlled Gaza at Israel’s southern communities. The IDF retaliated, targeting mobile rocket launchers and other military targets.

Colombia ‘Palestinian State Recognition’ Dismays Israel
The Israeli embassy in Bogotá, Colombia criticised the government’s decision to grant formal recognition to a Palestinian state and said the move contradicted the good relations between the two countries. The embassy stressed that as a friendly government, Jerusalem would have expected to have been forewarned of a dramatic policy shift.

19 Israelis Wounded, 200 Rockets Fired at Israel From Gaza
Red alert sirens sounded nearly non-stop overnight on Wednesday and early Thursday, as approximately 200 rockets and mortars were fired at Israel from Gaza, wounding 19 Israelis. The initial barrage of eight rockets landed inside the city of Sderot, hitting a house and wounding a man and a 13-year-old boy. According to Barzilai Medical Center, six people were treated for physical wounds and nine were treated for shock.

Sderot pledges support: ‘Time to enter Gaza’
Sderot Mayor Alon Davidi pledges his city’s support of a post-diplomatic solution to the current aggression from Gaza: “We must return life back on track. The time has come to undertake an operation in Gaza,” Davidi said. “We must deal a blow to terror and return life to normal. For our part, we’ll provide the operating space and the time for the army and policymakers to bring quiet back to our region,” he said.

Russia reels, denounces new U.S. sanctions as illegal, unfriendly
Russia condemned a new round of U.S. sanctions as illegal on Thursday after news of the measures sent the rouble tumbling to two-year lows and sparked a wider asset sell-off over fears that Moscow was locked in a spiral of never-ending curbs by the West.

Media Omits New Mexico Compound Leader’s Muslim Ties
Media outlets are leaving out a key detail about the New Mexico compound leaders who were reportedly training young children to commit school shootings. Eleven children were recently rescued from the “filthy” compound, which police say appears to be run by Siraj Wahhaj and Lucas Morten. Wahhaj, the son of a prominent imam, was accused in court documents released Wednesday of training the children on the compound to commit school shootings. CNN, for example, did not mention the words “Muslim” or “extremist” in a Tuesday article about the discovery of the 11 missing children.

IDF says war in Gaza approaching, communities near Strip could be evacuated
A senior army official warned Thursday morning that Israel was nearing a full-blown military confrontation in the Gaza Strip…adding that the government could begin evacuating communities near the coastal enclave in preparation. “We are rapidly nearing a confrontation,” the IDF senior officer said… “Hamas is making serious mistakes, and we may have to make it clear after four years that this path doesn’t yield any results for it and isn’t worth it.”

UNRWA in financial crisis; Jordan warns of ‘catastrophe’
A United Nations agency helping Palestinian refugees is facing a severe financial shortfall. Jordan warns of “catastrophic” impact on the lives of millions…in the region. Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi said after meeting visiting UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl the budget crisis facing the agency could deprive refugees of core education, healthcare and food security service that would only “deepen their humanitarian plight.”

U.S. can’t be trusted, Iran’s Rouhani tells North Korean diplomat 
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told North Korea’s foreign minister that the United States cannot be trusted…as the United States seeks a deal to rein in the North’s nuclear and missile programs… Iran dismissed a last-minute offer from Washington for talks this week, saying it could not negotiate after the Trump administration reneged on a 2015 deal to lift sanctions in return for curbs on Iran’s own nuclear program.

Lombok earthquake: Strong aftershock amid Indonesia rescue efforts
The Indonesian island of Lombok has been hit by a strong tremor, as the search continues for victims of Sunday’s earthquake. The latest aftershock had a magnitude of 5.9 or 6.2, according to monitors. It brought down some buildings. Rescue workers are still digging through rubble and trying to get aid to survivors of the earlier, larger quake.

Is Turkey heading for an economic crisis?
Is Turkey heading for an economic and financial crisis? Recent developments in the country’s financial markets have certainly been alarming. The Turkish currency, the lira, has lost about 30% of its value against the US dollar since the New Year. The stock market has fallen 17%, or if you measure it in dollars as some foreign investors would do, the decline is 40%

Iran sanctions: US can’t stop our oil exports, says minister
Iran’s foreign minister has said the United States will not be able to prevent the country from exporting oil. Mohammad Javad Zarif told the Iran newspaper that President Donald Trump’s goal of forcing the rest of the world not to buy Iranian oil was impossible. He also mocked what he called Mr Trump’s “tantrums and CAPPED TWEETS”.

NASA astronaut reveals encounter with ‘alien-like, organic’ object that lurked near him on space shuttle mission
A NASA astronaut has revealed his encounter with an ‘alien-like, organic’ object which lurked near him on a space shuttle mission. Leland Melvin, 54, worked as an engineer on board Atlantis when he came across the object while orbiting Earth. In a chat on Twitter with fans about his experiences in space he was asked if he had ever seen any aliens or UFOs.

Russia reels, cries foul after U.S. sanctions spiral escalates
Russia condemned a new round of U.S. sanctions as draconian…after news of the measures sent the rouble tumbling to two-year lows and sparked a wider asset sell-off over fears that Moscow was locked in a spiral of never-ending sanctions. Moscow has been trying to improve battered U.S.-Russia ties with mixed success. Russia’s political and business leaders were quick to chalk up a summit last month between President Donald Trump and President Vladimir Putin as a victory.

19 Attorneys General Challenge Federal Policy Prohibiting Abortions for Unaccompanied Minors
Nineteen attorneys general filed a friend-of-the court brief in a case challenging the federal policy of prohibiting unaccompanied minors from having abortions.

Mendocino wildfire explodes into raging monster nearly the size of Los Angeles
Twin fires burning on both sides of Clear Lake in Mendocino, Lake and Colusa counties exploded in size in recent days, and together they’ve become the largest fire in California history.

Baseball-Size Hail Kills Zoo Animals In Colorado
A powerful hailstorm swept through parts of Colorado on Monday, injuring 14 people, killing two zoo animals and damaging hundreds of cars.

NYT Guilty of ‘Anti-Christian Bigotry’ with Mike Pence ‘Hit Piece,’ Focus on the Family Director Says
Evangelical author Glenn T. Stanton has accused the New York Times and columnist Frank Bruni of “anti-Christian bigotry” for publishing a recent “hit piece” against Vice President Mike Pence.

The Israel Air Force retaliated by striking targets in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday evening after 17 people were treated for injuries resulting form rocket attacks from Gaza against southern Israel.

Hamas Terrorists Unleash Dozens Of Rockets Over Southern Israel As IDF Strikes Back On Gaza Border
Israel’s air force bombed a number of Hamas positions across the Gaza Strip Wednesday night, as dozens of rockets and mortar shells were fired at Israeli communities near the Palestinian enclave hours, including a barrage that slammed into the city of Sderot, injuring several Israelis.

Amazon sells apparel calling for Israel’s end
There’s a lot of talk about “hate speech” these days among the big Internet companies – from Apple to Google to YouTube to Facebook to Twitter to Amazon.

NV Schools Endanger Children
Clark County Public School District is pushing to adopt new policies that would violate students’ privacy, endanger children and make schools less safe, despite community opposition. On Thursday, August 9, the school board will be voting on policies that will allow students to use bathrooms, locker rooms and showers based on their gender identity, rather than their biological sex.

Officials Confirm Deadly Anthrax Outbreak That ‘Kills Within Hours’
Officials have warned of a deadly anthrax breakout after a pig was infected with the bacterial disease in Romania.

Doctor Blows Whistle on Flu Shot: ‘It’s Designed to Spread Cancer’
A top doctor has gone on the record to blow the whistle in a video statement and reveal that flu vaccines have been laced with “cancer-causing ingredients.”

Children Found Alive In ‘Nailed Boxes’ in Suspected Child Trafficking Operation
A couple in Missouri allegedly enclosed four adopted children in nailed plywood boxes in a what a sheriff described Tuesday as “deplorable” conditions.

Video=> 100,000 Anti-Regime Iranians March Chanting “Death To The Dictator! Death To Khamenei!”
100,000 Iranians march against the regime chanting, “Death to dictator! Death to Khamenei!” 100,000 anti-regime Iranians who were attending a soccer match left the stadium and started chanting, “Death to dictator! Death to Khamenei!”

Former Irish President: The Vatican Covered Up Pedophilia
In an explosive interview with the Irish Times, former Irish president Mary McAleese claims The Vatican actively blocked an investigation into child abuse by stopping the state from accessing Church documents.

Mexican Family Sues Border Agent for Stopping Son Entering US Illegally
A liberal judge has given approval for a Mexican family to file a lawsuit against a U.S. Border Patrol Agent because he stopped their son from crossing the border illegally.

White genocide in South Africa is real: “3-year-old girl crucified on kitchen table then raped…”
 In a recent interview, Simon Roche ( laid out in graphic detail some examples of murders within the attempted genocide happening now in South Africa to white farmers and their families:

Retired Pope Benedict accused of anti-Semitism after article on Christians and Jews
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, head of the Roman Catholic Church from 2005 to 2013, is being accused of fostering anti-Semitism after publishing a controversial essay in a German-language theological journal.

POLL: Over 91% of Orthodox Jews in America proudly support President Trump
A poll by US-based haredi magazine finds more than 90% of observant Jews support current president

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