Wednesday, 28 September 2016
Tuesday, 27 September 2016
YOUTUBE REPORT OF A MASSIVE METEOR IMPACT!! HUGE FIREBALL STRIKES AUSTRALIA FOLLOWED BY A HUGE EARTHQUAKE!! WATCH THIS VERY INFORMATIVE VIDEO!!
SUBJECT: METEOR IMPACT!! HUGE FIREBALL STRIKES AUSTRALIA FOLLOWED BY MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE!! WATCH THIS VIDEO:
"PALESTINIANS PLAN A JUDENREIN STATE - A LAND WITHOUT JEWS" FROM THE INFORMATIVE "PROPHECY NEWS WATCH TEAM"!!
Palestinians Plan Judenrein State - A Land Without Jews -http://www.prophecynewswatch.com/article.cfm?recent_news_id=675
Some are now asking, why it is so hard for the Obama administration to accept the true nature of the hard-line Palestinian policy of ethnic cleansing?
Elizabeth Trudeau, a US State Department spokesperson, responded to a statement from Benjamin Netanyahu by saying, "We obviously strongly disagree with the characterization that those who oppose settlement activity or view it as an obstacle to peace are somehow calling for ethnic cleansing of Jews from the West Bank."
This rebuke of the truth followed a statement in which Mr. Netanyahu spoke with characteristic honesty about the Palestinian Authority's stated desire to create a Palestinian state without Jews, cleansing the territories of any Jewish presence.
When examined without bias, there can be no doubt, however, that ethnic cleansing is precisely the goal of the Palestinian Authority, while such a crime could never be accepted from Israel.
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Monday, 26 September 2016
CNN REPORTS ON "THE JORDANIAN WRITER WHO SHARED THE CARTOON MOCKING ISIS, IS KILLED OUTSIDE A COURTHOUSE IN AMMAN IN JORDAN"!!
Jordanian writer who shared cartoon mocking ISIS killed outside courthouse
By Tim Hume and Jomana Karadsheh, CNN
Updated 1400 GMT (2200 HKT) September 25, 2016
Nahed Hattar shared a cartoon mocking jihadists' view of heaven
(CNN)A prominent Jordanian writer facing charges for sharing a "blasphemous" anti-ISIS cartoon that outraged Muslim groups was fatally shot in Amman on Sunday, state news agency Petra reported.
Nahed Hattar, a member of the country's Christian minority, was shot three times outside a courthouse in the capital where charges against him were being heard.
Public Security Department personnel, who were near the scene of the attack, rushed Hattar to a nearby hospital, but he died from his injuries, Petra reported.
The security forces arrested the attacker and an investigation is underway, Petra reported.
Cartoon 'abusive to the divine entity'
Hattar, a political commentator and columnist, was remanded in custody last month after sharing a controversial cartoon on Facebook that sparked anger from Muslim groups.
Amman Governor Khaled Abu Zeid ordered that the writer be held for the "blasphemous" Facebook post, Petra reported.
Hattar was charged with the crimes of insulting religion, and inciting "sectarian strife and racism," for having posted the image, which was deemed as "abusive to the divine entity," Petra reported at the time.
The cartoon, which Hattar said was intended to ridicule ISIS beliefs, depicted a bearded man in bed with two women in heaven as he instructs God to serve him wine and food.
"No one listened," she tweeted after his killing Sunday.
The slain writer, who was released on bail earlier this month, had been "a controversial figure because of his blunt positions and passionate ideas. His killing is a low criminal act," Habib wrote.
Hattar had also attracted controversy for writing articles in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
A gag order issued by Jordan's attorney general in August prevented coverage of the case.
The Prime Minister's office in Jordan denounced the killing on its official Twitter page Sunday.
Government spokesman Mohammad al-Momani said he was confident the person responsible for "this ignominious crime" would receive "just punishment."
Jordan is a leading Arab member of the US-led coalition fighting ISIS in neighboring Syria and Iraq, carrying out airstrikes against the terror group and hosting coalition troops on its soil.
CNN's Ruth Hetherington contributed to this report.