Month: September 2013

Islamic Terrorists Attack Mall in Nairobi

21 Sep News:  Breaking News 11:40 EDT:   Kenyan Red Cross reports more than 39 people killed, at least 100 people injured by 18-20 Arabic-speaking gunmen who stormed the upscale Westgate center shopping mall in the Kenyan capital Saturday, Sept. 21. Riding in on motorcycles, they sprayed the crowds with gunfire and grenades. Kenyan police forces engaged the attackers, […]

Israel Ends Water Fluoridation

Natural News September 16, 2013 Israel’s Ministry of Health has made a bold ruling against artificial water fluoridation, reversing more than 15 years of forced poisoning via public water supplies in the Middle Eastern country. A recent announcement by Israel’s Supreme Court has declared that a 1974 law permitting — and a later 1998 law […]

Egypt Sinai Offensive

The Egyptian army has decided to double to one kilometer the depth of the security belt it is carving out between the Gaza Strip and Egyptian Sinai. To this end, the Egyptian air force intensified its bombing raids in the border region Monday. Some 30 houses were flattened after their occupants were given short notice […]

Vatican Launches Papal Peace Offensive

President Obama is making the rounds of six major news anchors to record his plea for war against Syria.  As part of his pitch the Administration has released 211 video clips of people suffering from a chemical attack alleging without proof that the attack was made by Syria.  Meanwhile proof is circulating around the world […]

Vatican Seeks World Moral Leadership

Papal effort at reconciling Catholics and Muslims in Amman A two day conference on the challenges facing the Middle East’s Christians wraps up today in Amman, Jordan. The conference, called by Jordan’s King Abdullah and organized by his chief advisor for religious and cultural affairs, Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad, brought together representatives at the highest […]

Leviticus 1-13

  Updated Jan, 2016 Leviticus Introduction The Book of Genesis was written as a general history up to Jacob; Exodus was about the calling out from Egypt as a type of the calling out from bondage to sin; Numbers was a history of the wonderings of Israel in the wilderness; Deuteronomy was a warning that […]

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