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Jun 1st
Daily News
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IDF: Some Hamas Rockets Made in Iran; UNRWA Sacks Used in Terror Tunnels
As Hamas changed tactics, ending eight weeks of violent riots attacking Israel’s security fence in favor of rocket and mortar barrages, unlikely sources for their terror efforts were discovered. The IDF released a statement saying the some of the more than 70 rockets and mortars fired into Israel in the last week were made in Iran.

Is Biblical King Og Rematch About to Take Place In Syria?
Daraa, a small city in southern Syria noted for being the powderkeg that set off Syria’s civil war seven years ago is about to become the scene of what may be the final battle between Syrian government forces and the rebels. The city’s identity as a battlefield has its roots in the Bible, and according to Rabbi Yosef Berger, the rabbi of King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion, it may be the surrogate that replaces Israel as the scene of the devastating War of Gog and Magog.

U.S. military looking at deploying anti-missile system in Germany – sources
The U.S. military has held preliminary discussions about moving a powerful missile defense system to Germany to boost European defenses, according to two sources familiar with the issue, a move that experts said could trigger fresh tensions with Moscow.

Moment of truth arrives for EU after U.S. tariffs strike
After all the condemnation of U.S. tariffs on EU metal exports and calls for unity, the European Union still has two decisions to make – how hard to hit back at the United States and whether to engage in trade talks with Washington.

Marc Thiessen: Democrats’ dishonesty about MS-13 hands Trump a winning issue
How evil is MS-13? Last year, two gang members in Texas reportedly murdered a teenage girl as an offering to Satan. According to prosecutors, the gang leader (known as “Diabolico”) told the young girl that “the Beast” wanted “a soul” before having his partner shoot her in the head and dump her body on a street corner. MS-13 is a demonic death cult. And President Trump has Nancy Pelosi defending its members’ humanity.

Imran Awan Allegedly Tried ‘To Hide His Money’ While DOJ Negotiates With Him
Embattled former Democratic IT aide Imran Awan has as recently as weeks ago attempted to get someone to create an LLC to hide the ownership of real estate, and two people to buy a $40,000 gold bar for him, sources told The Daily Caller News Foundation. This while his lawyer has told The Daily Caller News Foundation that Imran “doesn’t have a pot to piss in.”

After embassy move, Trump weighs Jerusalem consulate changes
US President Donald Trump considers bestowing US envoy to Israel David Friedman authority over US outpost in charge of Palestinian affairs; such move would have significant policy implications since it suggests Washington considers Palestinian Authority to be under Israel’s jurisdiction; Friedman, who has pushed for changes to consulate since arriving in Israel, is seen by Palestinian leadership as staunchly pro-Israel.

IDF sees possibility of settlement with Hamas
As another round of clashes winds down, a senior Southern Command officer says Israel is ‘closer to than ever for a battle greater than the previous Gaza war,’ adds IDF does not wish for it, but remains prepared.

Google labels Republicans ‘Nazis’
Under fire along with Facebook and other social media giants for its left-leaning bias, Google listed “Nazism” as the chief ideology of the California Republican Party. The designation was in a “knowledge panel,” a summary that pops up next to search results, reported Vice News.

Report: Iranian forces, Hezbollah prepare to leave southern Syria 
Iran-backed forces, including Hezbollah, are preparing to withdraw from southern Syria against the backdrop of regional and international negotiations currently underway between the United States, Russia and Jordan over the war-torn country’s future, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported Thursday. Specifically, the London-based organization reported, Iran and Hezbollah are planning to withdraw forces from the Dara and Kuneitra areas near Israel’s northern border.

Haley: ‘We’ll veto UNSC resolution for force to protect Palestinians’ 
The United Stated pledged to veto a United Nations Security Council resolution that calls for an international protection force for the Palestinians in Gaza, the West Bank and east Jerusalem. The Kuwaiti draft which will be debated on Friday afternoon in New York, was initially written in response to the IDF shooting of Palestinians during violet riots on Israel’s border with Gaza, during an eight week event dubbed the Great March of Return.

ANZ, Deutsche Bank and Citigroup face ‘criminal cartel’ charges
Financial institutions ANZ, Deutsche Bank and Citigroup will be prosecuted on criminal cartel charges, Australia’s consumer watchdog says. The allegations concern arrangements for the sale of A$2.5bn (£1.4bn; $1.9bn) worth of ANZ shares in 2015. The three banks said they would fight the charges. ANZ said it would also defend allegations against an employee.

Italy government: Giuseppe Conte to head populist coalition
A coalition government has been agreed in Italy, ending months of uncertainty in the EU’s fourth-biggest economy. Prime Minister-designate Giuseppe Conte presented his list of ministers to President Sergio Mattarella for the second time in a week and the new government will be sworn in on Friday. Ministers are drawn from both the anti-establishment Five Star (M5S) and the right-wing League.

Gaza violence: Red Cross sends surgeons ‘to help health crisis’
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says it will send two surgical teams to Gaza to help with an “unprecedented health crisis”. More than 13,000 Palestinians have been injured since violence flared up along the border with Israel in March, the aid agency says. As well as surgeons, it will send other medical staff and additional supplies.

Chinese SILENT KILLER lasers can now eliminate aircraft – as tensions with US soar 
Chinese company Poly Technologies showed off its new bit of next-age tech at a military exhibition in Kazakhstan this week. The “Silent Killer” laser is able to obliterate unmanned drones from about 328 yards away. It is, however, only able to target slow-moving, low-flying, and small-sized targets. Silent killer’s lasers are also able to jam incoming electronic attacks, effectively making an hack attempt impossible.

Report: US Oil Output Jumps To Record High In March
U.S. crude oil production jumped 215,000 barrels per day (bbl/d) to 10.47 million bbl/d in March, the highest on record, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said in a monthly report on May 31. Production in Texas rose by 4% to almost 4.2 million bbl/d, a record high based on the data going back to 2005. The Permian Basin, which stretches across West Texas and eastern New Mexico, is the largest U.S. oil field.

Russia reportedly gives Israel conditional ‘green light’ on Syria strikes
Russia gave Israel the “green light” to operate in Syria’s territory, so long as assets belonging to the Syrian regime remain unscathed, a Russian source told the London-based Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper Friday. According to the same Russian official…Russia and Israel also reached an understanding regarding removing Iranian forces from Syria’s southern frontier.

Israel to invest in neglected Palestinian areas in Jerusalem
The Israeli government on Thursday unveiled what it billed as a groundbreaking program to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in long-neglected Palestinian neighborhoods of east Jerusalem. The “Leading Change” program aims to reduce the huge social gaps between the Palestinian neighborhoods and the overwhelmingly Jewish western part of the city.

U.S. allies hit back at Washington’s steel, aluminum tariffs
Canada and Mexico retaliated on Thursday after Washington imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports while the European Union had its own reprisals ready to go, reviving investor fears of a global trade war. Germany’s Economy Minister said early on Friday the EU might look to coordinate its response with Canada and Mexico.

Mandatory evacuation ordered as Hawaii eruption hits four-week mark
The Hawaii community hardest hit by the Kilauea Volcano was ordered sealed off under a strict new mandatory evacuation on Thursday as the eruption marked its fourth week with no end in sight. The Big Island’s mayor, Harry Kim, declared a roughly 17-block swath of the lava-stricken Leilani Estates subdivision off-limits indefinitely and gave any residents remaining there 24 hours to leave or face possible arrest.

Ice Raid On ‘Sanctuary’ Chicago Nets 156 Illegals: Sex Traffickers, Rapists, Drunk Drivers, Drug Dealers, Thieves 
ICE agents descended on 37 communities in the area to arrest 156 illegal immigrants, nearly half of them criminals with prior convictions

Google labels Republicans ‘Nazis’
Under fire along with Facebook and other social media giants for its left-leaning bias, Google listed “Nazism” as the chief ideology of the California Republican Party.

HELL FROZE OVER: Guess who the anti-Semitic EU and UN blame for the barrage of rockets fired into Israel
The European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN) came out condemning a mortar barrage from Gaza that struck Israel on Tuesday morning, the worst since the 2014 war.

Catholic League: Irish Central Celebrates Abortion, Just Like the Nazis
Commenting on Irish Central news’ support for legalizing abortion in Ireland and its comparison of the win to the “glorious” victory of gay marriage, Catholic League President Bill Donohue said the publication had rejected morality and was exhibiting the same “mentality” as the “Nazis.”

Ayatollah Khamenei Calls for Gun Control—in the U.S.
Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has released a statement calling on the United Nations to “seriously” pursue seven “human rights” cases in the United States. One of these is what Khamenei perceives as the need for gun control.

India’s crazy weather and storms have killed over 200 people in May
There seems to be no respite for Indians from deadly weather conditions.

Incredible dust storm with near hurricane force winds batters eastern Iran
A powerful dust storm struck parts of eastern Iran on Monday causing near zero visibility. The city of Zabol, near the border with Afghanistan reported a wind gust of 60 knots (112 km/h) during the height of the storm which lasted around 12 hours.

Cryptic emergency alert panics Oregon city’s residents
Oregon’s emergency alert systems blasted a cryptic alert to cellphones around the capital city, panicking residents by telling them simply “Civil Emergency” and “Prepare for Action” and leaving off that the threat was toxic algae at a local water supply.

Why millions of college kids are mentally ‘disabled’
“As many as one in four students at some elite U.S. colleges are now classified as disabled, largely because of mental-health issues such as depression or anxiety,” starts the Wall Street Journal’s recent report on the alarmingly high level of mental disorders and psychological problems currently plaguing America’s college students.

Eight million bottles’ worth of Champagne grapes wiped out by freak hailstorms
Champagne has become the latest French wine growing region to feel the wrath of the heavens after freakishly violent hail storms wiped out the equivalent of eight million bottles of grapes and roughly €125 million (£110m) of fizz.

Effects of E.coli Outbreak in Lettuce Ripple Through U.S. Food-Supply Chain
A deadly E.coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce has shaken consumers’ faith in the nation’s favorite salad green, resulting in millions of dollars in losses for growers, retailers and restaurants.

TWISTED: College “doula” training teaches students to support women during ABORTIONS, not childbirth
..the “Spring Abortion Doula Training” workshop, as it was dubbed, was designed specifically to teach people how to provide emotional support for pregnant women who intend to murder their unborn children with an abortion.

DENIED: Supreme Court strikes blow to infant death industry by refusing to strike down Arkansas ban on “medication abortion” 
It isn’t often that pro-life advocates who’ve spent their lives trying to save unborn babies get a legal victory in 21st-century America, where dealers of death get far more love and respect than they would if our culture wasn’t so sickened with violence.

If Meat Make My Brother to Offend, I will Eat No Flesh While the World Standeth - 1 Corinthians 8:13
Jun 1st
Morning Meditation
F. B. Meyer
Categories: Commentary;Inspirational;Book Study

There are two principles for our guidance in doubtful and debatable questions. First, the law of conscience. The apostle does not hesitate to say that the scruples of the weaker brethren were unquestionably needless. Idols have no real existence, and the presentation of food in their presence before it is eaten is a matter of complete indifference. "If we eat, we are not the better; if we eat not, we are not the worse." At the same time, if a man were not able to reach this high standard, and still believed that an idol had a real existence, and that it was wrong for him to partake of food which had been offered to it, he must abide by that decision, and must on no account force himself to more liberal action. His conscience might be misinformed, and he should take every means of bringing it to a more healthy condition; but if it still remained stationary, he must accept its ruling.

Secondly, the law of charily. We must consider one another. No one liveth to himself. We are members of the body of Christ, and have no right to injure any who are so closely allied with us, and on whose healthy existence our own materially depends. If, then, we see that certain other souls are constantly being caused to stumble, because of what we do; not simply surprised and startled, but actually made to sin; trying to do as we do, but as often as they attempt it, falling short; unable to take our steep path without falling; always brought into condemnation when in our company; there is no alternative--for their sakes we must forego what is innocent and pleasant to ourselves. It may be a daily glass of wine, or attendance at some form of amusement, or some evil habit--but the love of Christ forbids.

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