"Am I therefore become your enemy,because I TELL YOU THE TRUTH...?"
(Galatians 4:16)

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Hamas:"Israel distributes libido-increasing gum in Gaza"

Islamist group claims Israeli intelligence operatives transfer merchandise to Gaza dealers that increases sex drive, even encourage them to distribute them free of charge in order 'to destroy' young generation.Affair exposed after young girl chews gum, complains of bizarre side effects....

SHOCKING:Iranian Basiji Militia Member:"I wed Iranian girls before execution"

In a shocking and unprecedented interview, directly exposing the inhumanity of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's religious regime in Iran, a serving member of the paramilitary Basiji militia has told this reporter of his role in suppressing opposition street protests in recent weeks...
PS:I would suggest you to click on the post and read the entire article...It is sad,sickening and shocking,but I believe it to be the truth...Let's keep Iran in our prayers....!!!!
As in the days of Noah....

Turkish President rejects imposing Israeli-PA deal

Turkish President Abdullah Gul, whose country is a close Palestinian ally, on Friday rejected the suggestion that the international community set a deadline for Palestinian-Israeli negotiations, and that if an agreement is not reached then the UN should accept a Palestinian state as a full member...

Lebanese civilians hurt 14 UNIFIL troops

Villagers in southern Lebanon on Saturday prevented UN peacekeepers from searching an abandoned building near a suspected Hizbullah weapons depot that exploded last week, a Lebanese security official said...

Fayad calls on US for new plan to promote peace talks with Israel

Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salaam Fayad made a fresh appeal to the United States for a plan and a timetable aimed at resolving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict....

US officials praise Netanyahu moves

Obama administration officials have praised Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for steps he's taken to ease the conditions of Palestinians, as a way of continuing efforts to retool the US message so that the onus for progress in the peace process isn't perceived as lying disproportionately with Jerusalem....

IRAN:"Regime declares Rafsanjani an enemy"

It didn’t take long for the mullahs of the Guardian Council to react to public criticism from former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani over their conduct in the rigged presidential election. Just a day after Rafsanjani’s remarks at Friday prayers, a well-connected hardline newspaper accused the cleric of taking part in a “conspiracy.”

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Israeli warships rehearse for Iran attack in Red Sea

Israeli and Egyptian officials said two ships had sailed through the Suez Canal into the Red Sea.
Media reports in Israel said the two Saar-class missile ships had been sent as a "message" to the Tehran government, which has repeatedly issued threats against Israel and is developing nuclear technology believed by the West to be intended for atomic weapons programme....

Ahmadinejad:"Iran will strike enemies 'in the face'"...

Newly re-elected President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday his next government "would bring down the global arrogance," signaling a tougher approach by Tehran toward the West after last month's disputed election...

Top Mitchell aide meets with Syrian FM

A top aide to George Mitchell, US President Barack Obama's Middle East envoy, held talks with Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem on Thursday in Damascus, in what could potentially be a bid to revive stalled peace talks between Syria and Israel.

Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization resigns

The head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization Gholam Reza Aghazadeh has resigned after a 12-year term as the country's nuclear chief, Iranian media reported Thursday.Aghazadeh, who also reportedly quit his other post as one of Iran's deputy presidents, was quoted by the semi-official Iranian Students News Agency as saying President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has accepted his resignation that he had submitted late last month.He gave no details about the reason behind this decision....

Iran Rejects Engagement on Nuclear Program;Thwarts Obama's Effort...

Iranian leaders are turning inward and rejecting engagement with the West as they blame outsiders for street protests, even as President Barack Obama’s administration pushes for curbs on Iran’s nuclear program....

German intel denies Iran nuclear report

BERLIN - Iran has the ability to build and test a nuclear weapon within six months, the Stern newsweekly's online edition on Wednesday quoted an unidentified agent at Germany's foreign intelligence service (BND) as saying.
"If they wanted to, they could detonate an atomic bomb in a half a year's time," a BND official said, according to the report....

World may back Iran op as part of deal

A deal taking shape between Israel and Western leaders will facilitate international support for an Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear facilities in exchange for concessions in peace negotiations with the Palestinians and Arab neighbors, The Times reported Thursday.

In Iran, voices rise against mayor selection bill

Tehran's Municipality spokesman has urged the Iranian parliament to reject a new bill that gives the Interior Ministry the right to appoint mayors. "We hope the parliament will consider the principles of democracy and the importance of the people's entitlement to choose their preferred mayors before making it the right of the Interior Ministry," said Mohammad Hadi Ayazi on Wednesday...
PICTURE LEFT:Tehran Municipality spokesman Mohammad Hadi Ayazi

Iran summons French envoy over violence

Iran's Foreign Ministry has summoned the French ambassador to protest the Sarkozy government's violent crackdown on demonstrators on Bastille Day. Ambassador Bernard Poletti was called upon to hear Tehran's protest over the conduct of French security officials toward "those who were protesting against President Sarkozy's policies that have created an unacceptable situation for France, which always claims to defend human rights."

IDF:"Hizbullah hiding rockets in homes"

A day after an explosion uncovered a hidden Hizbullah arms cache in southern Lebanon, the IDF's Northern Command estimated that the group had turned hundreds of homes in the area into warehouses to store short- and medium-range Katyusha rockets.

Israel's Iron Dome system successful in tests

The Iron Dome missile defense system successfully intercepted a number of rockets that mimicked Kassam and short-range Grad-model Katyusha rockets in a series of tests the Defense Ministry conducted this week....

Blair:"Improved PA security opens many doors"

Israeli and Palestinian officials continue to meet at a technical and expert level to move economic projects forward, even though there are currently no high-level political negotiations, Quartet envoy Tony Blair told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday...

UN official killed at refugee camp in Pakistan

A man who worked for the United Nations refugee agency has died in Pakistan after what had been described as a failed kidnapping attempt. The UNHCR employee -- a Pakistani national -- sustained several chest injuries in an attack on the outskirts of Peshawar on Thursday and died later in the hospital....

NWO WATCH:NAM calls for "New World Order"

More than 50 heads of state from the developing world will meet to tackle the fallout from the global economic meltdown, with calls for a new world order....

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Bill Gates envisions fighting hurricanes by manipulating the sea...

If you thought domination of the world's software market was cool, get a load of Bill Gates' next technological vision: giant ocean-going tubs that fight hurricanes by draining warm water from the surface to the depths, through a long tube...

Clinton aims to retake foreign policy center stage...

Eclipsed by a globe-trotting president, a foreign policy-savvy vice president and a bevy of special envoys, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is struggling to re-emerge this week as the Obama administration's diplomatic heavyweight.
Clinton is trying to retake center stage as the administration's top foreign policy voice after four frustrating, low-profile weeks during which a fractured elbow forced her to cancel two overseas trips...

U.K. Government Backs Blair for EU President

U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown's government reiterated its support for former leader Tony Blair to become the first president of the European Union.
That leaves a few details for Mr. Blair to iron out should he decide to seek the position -- like the fact that the job doesn't yet exist and his support elsewhere in Europe, and even Britain, is less than certain....

US to push for change in Myanmar

A senior U.S. official on Wednesday defended the United States' ability to push for democratic change in Myanmar, saying an unfinished Obama administration review of Myanmar policy has not hindered U.S. diplomacy with the military-run country....

July is deadliest month for US-led forces in Afghan war...

July is shaping up as the deadliest month of the Afghan war for U.S.-led international forces, with the number killed already matching the highest full-month toll of the nearly eight-year conflict, according to figures compiled by The Associated Press...

Bombshell:"Orders revoked for soldier challenging prez;Major victory for Army warrior questioning Obama's birthplace"

A U.S. Army Reserve major from Florida scheduled to report for deployment to Afghanistan within days has had his military orders revoked after arguing he should not be required to serve under a president who has not proven his eligibility for office.
His attorney,Orly Taitz, confirmed to WND the military has rescinded his impending deployment orders....

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

2 IDF warships cross Suez to Red Sea

In a new signal to Iran, two Sa'ar 5-class Israeli Navy ships crossed through the Suez Canal from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea on Tuesday to beef up Israel's naval presence near Eilat....

Israel accuses Lebanon of violating UN Resolution 1701

Israel accused Lebanon of violating United Nations Security Council Resolution 1701 on Tuesday after a Hizbullah arms cache hidden inside a southern Lebanese town accidentally exploded....

Blair:"Palestinian state can be built from 'bottom up'"

Improving conditions for West Bank Palestinians shows that a Palestinian state can be "built from the bottom up while it's being negotiated from the top down," Quartet Mideast envoy Tony Blair said Tuesday....

World Bank to give Palestinians $33.5m.

The World Bank on Tuesday announced plans to spend an additional $33.5 million on Palestinian infrastructure initiatives, including $21.5 million for six Gaza projects....

Economist:"Expect Inverted Recovery"

Economist Ed Yardeni predicted we will have an inverted head-and-shoulders recovery, and said the first shoulder has already happened.
Yardeni said the first shoulder of the formation came on Nov. 20, 2008, when the Standard and Poor’s 500 index fell to the year’s low of 752.44...

Goldman Sachs Posts Record Profit,Beating Estimates

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. posted record earnings as revenue from trading and stock underwriting reached all-time highs less than a year after the firm took $10 billion in U.S. rescue funds. Second-quarter net income was $3.44 billion, or $4.93 a share, the New York-based bank said today in a statement. That surpassed the $3.65 per-share average estimate of 22 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg and was 65 percent higher than last year’s second quarter.

Budget deficit tops $1 trillion for first time...

President Barack Obama on Tuesday declined to predict how high unemployment will climb but made clear he expects it to keep worsening for a while as hiring lags behind other signs of economic recovery.
"How employment numbers are going to respond is not year clear," the president said on a day when he was headed to Michigan, home of a particularly battered economy.
"My expectation is that we will probably continue to see unemployment tick up for several months."
The unemployment rate stands at 9.5 percent, the highest in 26 years...

US launches review of terror warning system

The United States on Tuesday announced a review of its often-criticized terror alert system created in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks.The system includes a color-coded public warnings, which range from green, symbolizing a low risk of attack to red, which points to a severe threat.Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said in a statement a bipartisan panel of experts would report on the efficiency of the system within 60 days...

Google blocks blog exposing homosexual agenda:'Actions represent trial balloon for government censorship of 'hate' speech'

Google's blog hosting service,Blogger.com, admits that in the name of "free speech" some of its blogs are "offensive, harmful, inaccurate," but when one of its clients blogged in opposition to a transgender rights bill, Google drew the line. A day before the Massachusetts Legislature plans to review a controversial gender identity bill, Blogger.com blocked the blog of MassResistance, an organization that exposes the increasingly open agenda of the homosexual movement in Massachusetts, with a warning that some of the content may be "objectionable," requiring readers to confirm their intent to visit....

'Politburo' controlling U.S. policy:Sources say White House cadre bypassing agencies,jeopardizing security

A small group of officials working mostly from the White House are tightly controlling U.S. foreign policy, bypassing other government agencies and making decisions without employing the expertise of those agencies, according to diplomatic sources speaking to WND.The sources said some of the decisions may be jeopardizing U.S. security.A senior Middle East diplomatic source said Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently apologized to a Mideast leader, explaining to him U.S. policy regarding his country is being dictated by the White House and not her agency....

SWINE FLU WATCH:Nurses File Cal-OSHA Complaint After Hospital Refuses to Supply Swine Flu Masks for Units with Infected Patients

RNs from the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee (CNA/NNOC) have filed an urgent plea with the state of California to step in and force Sutter Solano Hospital to provide nurses with proper safety equipment when they care for patients infected with the H1N1 "swine flu" virus. The nurses fear that the unsafe procedures at the hospital create a danger of infection for every patient at the facility, as well as for the surrounding community....

The Future Is Deflation

There should be a modest uptick in GDP in either in the 4th quarter 2009 or the 1st quarter 2010. This will mark the end of the current 20 month-long recession, but not the end of the crisis. The blip in growth doesn’t mean that the troubles are over or that the economy is on the way to recovery....

U.S. Military to Install Global Internet Architecture Giving a “God-like” View of Planet

“Possibly the single most transforming thing in our force,” Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld has said, “will not be a weapons system, but a set of interconnections.”
Anyone who has ever been a fan of the Terminator mythos knows about the all seeing, all knowing global computer network known as Skynet. Well, the U.S. Military is working on the real deal...!

CULTURE of DEATH:Brits go to Switzerland for assisted suicides...

The son of conductor Sir Edward Downes told today how he and his sister wept as they watched their parents die hand-in-hand at the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland....

LAND FULL of VIOLENCE:12 Tortured Bodies Found in Drug War Hotbed Identified as Mexican Intelligence Officials

Officials have identified 12 people who were tortured, killed and dumped along a mountain highway as military intelligence officials, a state prosecutor said.
Interim Michoacan state prosecutor J. Jesus Montejano said the case has been handed over to the federal attorney general's office....

China Bans Electroshock Therapy for Internet Addiction

China has banned electro-shock therapy as a treatment for Internet addiction, citing uncertainty in the safety and effectiveness of the practice after criticism in the local media.
The Ministry of Health announcement followed recent media reports about a controversial psychiatrist in Linyi, Shandong Province, who administered electric currents to nearly 3,000 teenagers in an attempt to rid them of their Internet habit....

Now White House joins 'birth hospital' cover-up:Spokesman belittles WND reporter,asks 'what reporting' has been done

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs today refused to confirm that a letter posted by the Kapi'olani Medical Center for Women and Children in Honolulu – purportedly from President Obama claiming the facility as his birthplace – is, in fact, real.
The issue arose today when Les Kinsolving, WND's correspondent at the White House, asked Gibbs about the letter, which the hospital also used in a magazine fundraising article....

Upcoming Military Robot Could Feed on Dead Bodies

It could be a combination of 19th-century mechanics, 21st-century technology — and a 20th-century horror movie.
A Maryland company under contract to the Pentagon is working on a steam-powered robot that would fuel itself by gobbling up whatever organic material it can find — grass, wood, old furniture, even dead bodies....

Momentum builds toward possible end of this U.S. agency:Rep.Ron Paul:"Congress can revoke central bank's charter 'at any time'"

A movement to audit the Federal Reserve – the private institution that virtually controls U.S. interest rates, money supply and other economic influences – is gaining momentum in the House and Senate while the Fed ramps up its efforts to thwart scrutiny of its books.
House Resolution 1207, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, now has 260 co-sponsors with many members of the House Financial Services Committee – where the bill currently resides – signed on already....

Soldier balks at deploying; says Obama isn’t president:Says he shouldn’t have to go to Afghanistan because Obama is not a U.S. citizen

U.S. Army Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook, set to deploy to Afghanistan, says he shouldn’t have to go.His reason?Barack Obama was never eligible to be president because he wasn’t born in the United States.Cook’s lawyer, Orly Taitz, who has also challenged the legitimacy of Obama’s presidency in other courts, filed a request last week in federal court seeking a temporary restraining order and status as a conscientious objector for his client...