Pope kisses tapped blood of late pope John Paul II

Pope Benedict XVI kisses the glass reliquary containing the blood of late Pope John Paul II. This act took place during the beatification ceremony in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican, Sunday, May 1, 2011, in the fastest beatification in modern times Source: Multiple Media My comment: To worship blood is basically a central doctrine… Read More Pope kisses tapped blood of late pope John Paul II

Iran cause death of two Israeli soldiers

Hezbollah claims revenge strike on Israeli patrol; IDF bombards targets in Lebanon in response, reportedly killing a UN peacekeeper. Two soldiers were killed Wednesday when an Israeli army patrol came under anti-tank fire from Hezbollah operatives in the northern Mount Dov region along the border with Lebanon. The IDF confirmed that at least seven soldiers were wounded in the attack… Read More Iran cause death of two Israeli soldiers

The Philadelphia “saint” who rest inside altar of his church

The skull of John Neumann is covered with a face mask. His remains rests inside the altar of St. Peter of the Apostle Church in Philadelphia (US). Saint John Nepomucene Neumann, C.Ss.R (28 March 1811 – 5 January 1860) was a native of Bohemia and Redemptorist Catholic priest in the United States who became the… Read More The Philadelphia “saint” who rest inside altar of his church

Religious “Christ” movement defame Israel

Leader in the Lausanne Movement compare Christian Zionism to the Spanish Inquisition, the Crusades, Apartheid South Africa. The Lausanne Movement, the world’s leading Christian evangelism movement, has once again taken aim at what it believes to be the sinful practice of Christian support for the State of Israel, or Christian Zionism. “For over 60 years,… Read More Religious “Christ” movement defame Israel

US failed to rescue moderate Yemen

The collapse of the U.S.-backed government of Yemen has left America’s counter-terrorism campaign “paralyzed”. The United States has halted some counter-terrorism operations against al Qaeda militants in Yemen following a takeover of the country by Iran-backed Houthi rebels, U.S. officials said on Friday. The collapse of the U.S.-backed government of Yemen on Thursday has left… Read More US failed to rescue moderate Yemen

Obama wants regime change in Israel

Whoops: White House spokesman inadvertently wishes away Netanyahu. Josh Earnest misunderstands and mis-answers an awkwardly worded question on Obama, Iran, and the Israeli PM, swiftly corrects himself In the midst of a bitter dispute between the Israeli and American governments, White House spokesman Josh Earnest endured an embarrassing slip on Friday, mishearing an awkwardly worded… Read More Obama wants regime change in Israel

Iranian general killed on Golan Heights

Sources tell Kuwaiti daily Israel knew Revolutionary Guards commander Mohammed Allahdadi was in convoy hit by airstrike. Iranian general Mohammed Allahdadi was the target of Israel’s alleged aerial strike on the Golan Heights Sunday, a Kuwaiti newspaper reported Thursday, countering anonymous Israeli claims that Israel was unaware of Allahdadi’s presence in the targeted convoy. A source also… Read More Iranian general killed on Golan Heights

Israel challenged by kangaroo court

Based on a PLO complaint, the International Criminal Court announced it would begin a preliminary examination of Israel for possible warcrimes. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday, shortly after the International Criminal Court announced it would begin a preliminary examination of Israel’s actions during last summer’s Operation Protective Edge,… Read More Israel challenged by kangaroo court

France opposed Netanyahu’s attendance at Paris rally

After refusing to invite Netanyahu, Hollande called to personally invite PM after his intention to join march became clear. The Prime Minister’s Office confirmed late Sunday night that France was initially opposed to the idea of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attending Sunday’s historic march in Paris, believing the Israeli leader’s presence at the rally would… Read More France opposed Netanyahu’s attendance at Paris rally

Islamic arson attack on German media

Hamburger Morgenpost was attached by a firebomb: The latest arson attack on a German newspaper that printed Charlie Hebdo cartoons. Arsonists have firebombed the offices of a German newspaper which printed cartoons from the French magazine Charlie Hebdo, police in Hamburg said. The Hamburger Morgenpost had, like many German media outlets, published images from the… Read More Islamic arson attack on German media

Egypt widens buffer zone at Gaza

Threaten by terror tunnels, Egypt will ultimately expand the Gaza-buffer zone to between 1,500 and 2,000 meters. The current zone is being expanded from 500 meters to a kilometer, which means the destruction of some 1,200 homes in Egyptian Rafah. However, The Times of Israel has learned, there will be additional stages, which will ultimately expand the buffer… Read More Egypt widens buffer zone at Gaza