In yet another display of their unchecked aggression toward Israel, Iran’s Defense Ministry recently announced that it had launched a massive exercise involving 50 drones.
In yet another disturbing example of the ongoing violence inherent with Islam, the government of Saudi Arabia recently held a mass execution in which 37 people were beheaded and one person was crucified! The Saudi government even went so far as to pin the body and severed head of one individual to a post as a public warning to others.
Sadly, it has become apparent that the U.S. elections held in 2018 have resulted in several aggressively anti-Israeli individuals being elected to Congress. In particular, there are three women in Congress that defenders of Israel must keep a close watch on as their words reveal their deep-seated hatred toward Israel.
Some exceedingly disturbing reports are coming out of Nigeria, an African country on the Gulf of Guinea, where Christians are experiencing what is being described as “pure genocide.” Church leaders say that 6,000 people – mostly women and children, – have been murdered by Fulani radicals since January!
In an exciting recent announcement, a small team of Israeli scientists believe they might have found a complete cure for 90% of cancers! Clarifying this, Dan Aridor, chairman of the board of Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies, boldly remarked that “We believe we will offer in a year’s time a complete cure for cancer.”
A historic document signed recently by Pope Francis and leading Muslim Imam Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb – whose official title is The Grand Imam of Al-Azhar – has many observers very concerned. This historic meeting between the head of the Roman Catholic Church and the most important Imam in Sunni Islam took place in Abu Dhabi at a gathering of religious leaders representing Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and other faiths.
Several news outlets have reported that China activated a large contingent of their Dong Feng (DF-26) ballistic missiles after a US navy ship traveled within 12 nautical miles of the Parcel Islands “to challenge excessive maritime claims and preserve access to the waterways as governed by international law,” according to a US Pacific Fleet Spokesman.