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War in Syria Spreads to Beirut as Rocket Slams into Hezbollah Stronghold

The Syrian conflict has suddenly taken a new and potentially deadly turn as a rocket attack against Hezbollah expanded the war deep into Lebanon. The attack, which injured four people, occurred on Sunday when two rockets came crashing into a

Tagged with: , Iran, Israel, , Syria
Posted in B1, Middle East, World

Will the Truth Finally Come Out at Today’s Testimony on Benghazi?

The long-held, but too infrequently aired opinions that the Obama administration was guilty of a massive cover-up regarding the Benghazi attacks on 9/11/12, are now, finally, seeing the light of day. As Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and

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Tagged with: , C-Span, Clinton, Congressional Hearings, Obama, Panetta
Posted in B1, US, World

Pentagon Finds North Korea Advancing Goal of Nuclear-Armed ICBM

The Defense Department on Thursday said North Korea is moving closer to its publicized goal of wielding a nuclear-armed ICBM capable of reaching the United States. “Advances in ballistic missile delivery systems, coupled with developments in nuclear technology … are

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Tagged with: ballistic missile, ICBM, North Korea, nuclear threat
Posted in Flashpoint, World

Prominent Online Jihadi Urges Muslims To Kill Americans Worldwide

On April 20, 2013 Abu Suleiman Al-Nasser, a prominent writer on the Shumoukh Al-Islam jihadi forum, posted a message he labeled “Very Important,” in which he called on Muslims around the world to kill Americans and target U.S. interests everywhere.

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Posted in Middle East, Terrorism, World

Al Qaeda’s £168million Cocaine Smugglers: Terror Group Flooding Britain with Drugs

Profits are being used to fund terror plots in the UK and western Europe Al Qaeda has teamed up with other terror groups to smuggle cocaine to Britain, the Sunday People has ­discovered. One plot involved a staggering four tons

Tagged with: al Qaeda, Islamic Maghreb, Niger
Posted in B5, Terrorism, World

How Hezbollah Trained an Operative to Spy on Israeli Tourists

A rare inside look at Hezbollah during a recent terror trial in Cyprus portrayed a militant group with the prowess of an intelligence service: meticulous overseas reconnaissance, Western operatives with elaborate covers, training at secret bases where recruits and instructors

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Tagged with: European Union, , Israel, Israeli tourists, terrorism
Posted in Terrorism, World

Kim Jong-Un Continues to Ratchet Up the Rhetoric and Threatens to Launch Nuclear War with Seoul

April 10 was the deadline which North Korea gave to foreign nationals to leave the country, saying that the government could not ensure their protection after that date. The day before, North Korea’s “dear leader” Kim Jong-Un threatened its southern

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Tagged with: Iran, Japan, missiles, North Korea, South Korea, South Korea-North Korea conflict
Posted in A1, Flashpoint, US, World

US Sends Mixed Messages to North Korea; Deploys War Planes, Pulls Back on Planned Missile Test

When the US deployed two destroyers to the Pacific last weekend, it was a sound strategic repositioning of US assets in the face of a growing threat of confrontation with North Korea. It was intended to  go unnoticed,  but as

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Tagged with: John Kerry, Kim Jong-Un, North Korea, South Korea
Posted in A1, Flashpoint, World

Racing Toward Armageddon – How a Concurrence of Events May Find a Nexus in Global War


America stands in the vortex of a developing “perfect storm” that is likely to engulf the world. Failing to act against it, we are, by our own inaction, losing ground as we race toward Armageddon. From Europe to Iran to

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Tagged with: economoy, Europe, North Korea, social programs, South Korea, taxes
Posted in B5, Middle East, Terrorism, US, World

In Memoriam – 68 Years Later – Lest We Forget the Holocaust

In Memory of the Holocaust – 68 Years Later – May We Never Forget!

On April 7, Jews around the world will observe Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Day. The date marks the anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising, when Jewish resistance fighters, imprisoned in a tiny neighborhood in Warsaw, Poland, rose up against the Nazis.

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Tagged with: Europe, Holocaust, World War II
Posted in Terrorism, US, World