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Marine Le Pen gets 30 per cent

Marine Le Pen gets 30 per cent

National opinion polls in France gives Marine Le Pen 30 per cent. An opinion poll published today gave Marine Le Pen’s Front National (FN) 29 per cent of support in the local elections on 22 and 29 March – joint top with the centre-right. Other polls in recent days have placed the FN ahead with … Continue reading

Iran deal will lead to war

Iran deal will lead to war

Benjamin Netanyahu claims a deal with Tehran would inevitably lead to a nuclear Iran and war. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the US Congress on Tuesday, saying that the current deal being formulated by the P5+1 group of world powers and Tehran would inevitably lead to a nuclear Iran and war. The US has said … Continue reading

Criminalization of beef in Mumbai

Criminalization of beef in Mumbai

The Indian state of Maharashtra bans beef. 5 years jail, Rs 10,000 fine for possession or sale. Beef lovers in Maharashtra will now have to do without the red meat as President Pranab Mukherjee has given his assent to the Maharashtra Animal Preservation (Amendment) Bill, 1995, nearly 19 years after the Maharashtra Assembly passed the Bill … Continue reading

Kerry prefere Iran over Netanyahu

Kerry prefere Iran over Netanyahu

John Kerry landed in Geneva late on Sunday for up to three days of talks with Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on a deal to restrain the Iranian nuclear program in exchange for easing sanctions on Tehran. The talks will be held in Montreux. By traveling to Switzerland, Saudi Arabia and Britain this week, … Continue reading

Israeli general stopped strike on Iran

Israeli general stopped strike on Iran

Former IDF head Benny Gantz stopped Benjamin Netanyahu from attacking Iran. Speaking to Ilana Dayan, host of Channel 2’s Uvda newsmagazine, Lt. Gen. (res.) Benny Gantz said he felt that without his presence and input in high-level government discussions, other decisions might have been made. “It never reached, ‘OK, take off and fly,’” said Gantz in … Continue reading

Obama refuse to call beheaded copts “Christians”

Obama refuse to call beheaded copts “Christians”

President Obama appears to be a more hardcore Islamists than many Arab leaders in the Middle East. Despite religious leaders and critics condemning ISIS for purportedly beheading 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in Libya, the White House has failed to mention the faith of the victims. Pope Francis denounced the beheadings Monday stating that “they were assassinated just … Continue reading

Muslims predict “Jesus” will defeat ISIL

Muslims predict “Jesus” will defeat ISIL

Read this end time view held by a Canadian Muslim Leader, Dr. David Liepert. He explains Muslims believe “Jesus” will return to defeat ISIL. All right, it might not start until 2016, these things can be awfully hard to predict exactly. However, surprising as it may seem, one way or another the end of ISIS … Continue reading

Kerry blame Netanyahu for invasion of Iraq

Kerry blame Netanyahu for invasion of Iraq

“The prime minister was profoundly forward-leaning and outspoken about the importance of invading Iraq,” These are the words of John Kerry, told in an hearing in the Congress related to the nuclear program of Iran. Amid a barrage of criticism from Obama administration officials at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over his upcoming speech before Congress, Secretary of … Continue reading

Gordini: Pope canonized exhumed Jewish bones

Gordini: Pope canonized exhumed Jewish bones

Gian Domenico Gordini writes: “Both bodies were buried in a Jewish cemetery. Why is this ignored; Were they Jewish?” Vitalis of Milan is venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church. Some sources relate to Vital with the legend of St. Ursicino Ravenna. Two different “saints” seems to have buried in the same cemetery. But … Continue reading

The skulls of the day

The skulls of the day

This skull is of a man from Peru, exhumed, decapitated and made a skull-less saint by the Pope. Martin de Porres Velázquez, O.P. (December 9, 1579 – November 3, 1639), was a lay brother of the Dominican Order who was beatified in 1837 by Pope Gregory XVI and canonized in 1962 by Pope John XXIII. … Continue reading

Australia to combat Islamism

Australia to combat Islamism

Australian PM Tony Abbot to toughen citizenship laws to combat terrorism. Australian PM Tony Abbott has announced a push to toughen citizenship laws and tackle those inciting hatred in an attempt to target domestic extremists. He said citizenship for dual nationals involved in terrorism could be suspended or even revoked. People born in Australia could … Continue reading

Oslo: Rabbi shouted “allahU akbar”

Oslo: Rabbi shouted “allahU akbar”

- Allahu akbar! shouted rabbi Michael Melchior to the around 1300 attendees outside the synagogue in Oslo Saturday night. -We feel that we are not alone, and it gives hope about the future. Hoping to downsize enemy images and fight against those who want to create images of the enemy. The extremists want exactly that. … Continue reading

Muslims in Norway support Jews but hate Israel

Muslims in Norway support Jews but hate Israel

Hajrah Arshad (17) wants to protect the Jews in Oslo, but have published a map on her Facebook where Israel is deleted. The Norwegian Home Minister achknowlege and support her folishness. The Norweian daily “Aftenposten” has recorded a conversation with this young Muslim lady: -You Are one of the initiative tonight arrangement “Peace Ring” at … Continue reading

Messianic judaism preached in synagogues

Messianic judaism preached in synagogues

The scriptures tell me that there was at least one Messianic Jew, who lead a whole synagogue-congregation of believers. And that this synagogue leader was persecuted and beaten. Just like Jesus has explained, all true believers in Him will be. We see a Messianic congreation in the book of Acts 18. For the first 200 … Continue reading

Muslim lawmakers brawl over how to curb violence

Muslim lawmakers brawl over how to curb violence

The lawmakers in Ankara turned lawbreakers, using violence against their opponents inside the Parliament. The Turkish parliament descended into chaos when a furious brawl erupted as the country’s ruling party sought to push through a controversial bill boosting the powers of police in protests. Some lawmakers chased their counterparts from other parties with gavels in … Continue reading

Post: The US president a blind guide

Post: The US president a blind guide

The New York Post trolls Obama’s take on ‘Islamic’ terrorism. New York City’s most outspoken tabloid is not a fan of President Barack Obama’s reluctance to call terrorists “Muslim” or “Islamic.” The front page of Thursday’s New York Post features Obama blindfolded with the headline, “Islamic terror? I just don’t see it.” The cover is … Continue reading

See how they love one another

See how they love one another

This is not a quick take from a boxing club in Queens, New York City. This is inside the Parliament in Kiev in Ukraine in May 2010. The World is fast erupting into merciless violence. Few of us gets surprised about riots in the streets. Every minute, somewhere on Earth “peace activists” and Police battling … Continue reading

Catholic Bishop in Oslo caught in fraud

Catholic Bishop in Oslo caught in fraud

67.000 immigrants to Norway have been enrolled into the Roman Catholic Church without their knowledge. Bishop Bernt Eidsvik is involved in the annual eight million dollar fraud. Oslo Catholic Diocese own lawyer raised the alarm about possible offenses about membership registration – now she has resigned. County Governor of Oslo and Akershus, which administers the … Continue reading

The trojan horse in the White House

The trojan horse in the White House

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas and Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) feels the US President seems unfit to combat Islamic terrorism. “There’s a set of words, it’s almost as if they’re given a card — a do-not-speak card,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R.-Texas) said last week at the conservative Center for Security Policy think thank. “The words ‘radical Islamic … Continue reading

Danish daily bell the evils of Islam

Danish daily bell the evils of Islam

Jylands-posten accuse the Danish government of supporting mass-immigration from the Middle East. The danish daily is mocked by a Conservative daily in Norway. The Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten has written two editorials on the faulty values in Muslim communities. ” The Danish politicians have approved mass-immigration from the Middle East. The cruel consequence of this immigration … Continue reading

Robots to run hotel in Nagazaki

Robots to run hotel in Nagazaki

Humanoids will staff the Henn-na Hotel in Nagasaki, which opens in July. Five-star hotels pride themselves on offering cordon bleu food and personal service, but a hotel in Japan may offer a glimpse of the future, because it will be staffed almost entirely by helpful humanoids. When the first guests check into at Henn-na Hotel in … Continue reading

Two jihad attacks in Copenhagen

Two jihad attacks in Copenhagen

One killed and several injured as gunmen opens fire on seminar held by Danish cartoonist and later on people outside Copenhagen synagogue. Danish police said shots were fired outside a Copenhagen synagogue overnight Saturday-Sunday, hitting a man in the head and wounding two policemen in the arm and leg. The gunman fled the scene on … Continue reading

Hezb’Allah at Golan and ISIL in Sinai

Hezb’Allah at Golan and ISIL in Sinai

The Syrian civil war has allowed Hezbollah into southern Syria. In the Sinai desert ISIL gets ready for the ultimate attack on Israel. Just a few weeks after an air strike killed 12 Hezbollah and Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps operatives in southern Syria, recent days’ headlines are again reporting the presence of Iranian-backed Shi’ite forces … Continue reading

Hindus worship prime minister Modi in temple

Hindus worship prime minister Modi in temple

India’s prime minister has said he is unhappy that some of his fans have built a temple to deify him, adding that such an act contradicts tradition. Hundreds of Narendra Modi’s followers in the western city of Rajkot donated funds for a temple that features a seated statue of him and is topped out with … Continue reading

Czech President accuse Norway of Nazism

Czech President accuse Norway of Nazism

President of Czech Republic accuses Norwegian authorities to “Nationalize” Czech children when taken into public care. In 2011, a woman with Czech background deprived custody of their two sons of child welfare services in Norway. The case – and the ensuing controversy between the Norwegian authorities and the biological mother – has been repeatedly discussed … Continue reading

Netanyahu defamed by US-Iranian paper tiger

Netanyahu defamed by US-Iranian paper tiger

A small notice in the New York Times, and a faint “sorry”. Benjamin Netanyahu did inform Obama about the invitation to speek on Capitol Hill. Before Netanyahu accepted the invitation. On Jan. 30, the New York Times published a correction to a story it ran the previous day: “An earlier version of this article misstated … Continue reading

Popular uprising hit the elite in India

Popular uprising hit the elite in India

A new anti-corruption Peoples party oust the two national parties in India, to take 67 of 70 seats in New Delhi state assembly.   The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) juggernaut steamrollered its opponents as it scored an overwhelming victory in the Delhi assembly polls on Tuesday, handing the BJP its first electoral defeat since Prime … Continue reading

Refused to fly Jew from New York

Refused to fly Jew from New York

Iris Eliazarov was refused to fly with Kuwait Airway from New York to London because she has an Israeli passport. This is a copy of a comment by Michael Freund in Jerusalem Post. A seemingly minor incident at a New York airport has cast an ugly glare on the true nature of some of America’s … Continue reading

The elite and their global tax-fraud

The elite and their global tax-fraud

Banking giant HSBC helped wealthy clients across the world evade hundreds of millions of pounds worth of tax, the BBC has learned. Panorama has seen accounts from 106,000 clients in 203 countries, leaked by whistleblower Herve Falciani in 2007. The documents include details of almost 7,000 clients based in the UK. HSBC admitted that it … Continue reading

Norwegian perverts arrested in Berlin

Norwegian perverts arrested in Berlin

German police arrested five men who ran in just ass to advertise the Norwegian film “Against Nature” in Berlin Sunday. It was at 14.30 o’clock Sunday five young men showed their penis in the festival area to Berlin International Film Festival. Some called the Norwegians for “idiots”, others shook their heads, but most of the … Continue reading

Obama compare ISIL with Pope’s crusades

Obama compare ISIL with Pope’s crusades

“During the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ”. These are the words of President Obama. The presidents remarks comparing ISIL militants to medieval Christian crusaders ignited a firestorm of criticism on Thursday, ABC News wanted to know: How accurate is that comparison? “Lest we get on our high … Continue reading

Pope and Mussolini were allies

Pope and Mussolini were allies

The Pope and Mussolini came to power in the same year. In 1922.  And they ruled together. This is one of the key points made by David I Kertzer in a new book. It was in 1922 that Cardinal Achille Ratti, a reserved and bookish autocrat, succeeded his predecessor Benedict XV and became Pope Pius … Continue reading