Friday, December 18, 2015
US SAYS IT IS CONSIDERING RESPONSE TO IRAN BALISTIC MISSLE TEST.
5 As birds flying,(WAR PLANES WITH BOMBS) so will the LORD of hosts defend Jerusalem;(WITH PLANES) defending also he will deliver it; and passing over he will preserve it.(NUKE OR BOMB ISRAELS ENEMIES)
12 And this shall be the plague wherewith the LORD will smite all the people that have fought against Jerusalem; Their flesh shall consume away while they stand upon their feet,(disolved from atomic bomb) and their eyes shall consume away in their holes,(disolved from atomic bomb) and their tongue shall consume away in their mouth.(disolved from atomic bomb)
13 And it shall come to pass in that day, that a great tumult from the LORD shall be among them; and they shall lay hold every one on the hand of his neighbour, and his hand shall rise up against the hand of his neighbour.(1/2-3 BILLION DIE IN WW3)
U.S. says it is considering response to Iran ballistic missile test-[Reuters]-By Patricia Zengerle-Reuters-December 17, 2015-yahoonews
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Washington is considering how to respond to an Iranian ballistic missile launch that violated U.N. Security Council resolutions, senior U.S. officials said on Thursday, as senators pressed for a strong reaction."We are now actively considering the appropriate consequences to that launch in October," Stephen Mull, the State Department's lead coordinator for implementing an international nuclear deal with Iran, told a Senate committee hearing.Almost every Republican U.S. lawmaker, as well as several of President Barack Obama's fellow Democrats, opposed the nuclear agreement announced in July, in which Iran agreed with major powers to curtail its nuclear program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions. Concerns in the United States about the agreement have intensified since Iran's rocket test on Oct. 10 and other events seen as hostile, including the conviction of Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, who has been held by Iran's government for over 500 days.Many lawmakers criticize the Obama administration for what they see as an inadequate response to Tehran. Rezaian's brother attended Thursday's hearing."One area that we all agree on is the need to be tough on any destabilizing or illegal action by Iran. With that view, I think the agreement is off to a really terrible start," said Republican Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.In a report first reported by Reuters, a team of sanctions monitors found on Tuesday that Iran violated a U.N. Security Council resolution by test-firing a missile capable of delivering a nuclear warhead."We have a very permissive environment," said Democratic Senator Robert Menendez, who opposes the nuclear deal, as he closely questioned Mull and other administration officials about the response to the missile test.Another Democrat, Senator Chris Coons, who backed the Iran deal but with reservations, said that starting next month members of Congress would push for renewal of a U.S. sanctions bill that is in force until the end of 2016.Mull said the administration is "looked forward" to working with Congress on the issue.Asked whether he thought Iran would view renewing the legislation as a U.S. violation of the Iran nuclear deal, Mull said it would be hard to predict.Separately, two-thirds of the Republicans in the Senate signed a letter sent to Obama on Wednesday urging him not to lift sanctions on Iran under the nuclear deal, saying Tehran's recent ballistic missile testing showed "blatant disregard for its international obligations."(Additional reporting by Arshad Mohammed; Editing by Frances Kerry)
U.S. to charge man who supplied guns to California shooters: sources-Reuters By Mark Hosenball-DEC 17,15-YAHOONEWS
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal authorities are preparing criminal charges against a man who investigators say supplied guns to the married couple who killed 14 people at a holiday party in San Bernardino, California, this month, two government sources said on Thursday.Enrique Marquez, a friend and former neighbor of radicalized Muslim Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, who carried out the Dec. 2 attack with his wife, Tashfeen Malik, 29, could be charged as early as Thursday, CNN and NBC reported, citing unnamed law enforcement officials.U.S. prosecutors are considering filing firearms charges against Marquez, with state gun charges also possible, one of the government sources told Reuters on condition of anonymity.Marquez, 24, who had checked himself into a Los Angeles-area psychiatric facility shortly after the shootings, had several connections to Farook and Malik and quickly became a key figure in the investigation of the shootings. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is treating the attack as an "act of terror," raided his home and questioned him for several days. Sources said Marquez cooperated during their interviews.During the investigation, a law enforcement source said Marquez, who had converted to Islam, and Farook apparently had plotted some sort of attack around 2012 but abandoned the idea.Marquez, who had known Farook since they were teenage neighbors in the city of Riverside, legally purchased the two AR-15 assault-style rifles that the couple used in their attack on a holiday party of Farook's co-workers. Farook, the U.S-born son of Pakistani immigrants, and Pakistani-born Malik were killed in a shootout with police a few hours after their assault on the party.Marquez, who had worked at Walmart and at a bar recently, also is related to Farook's family by marriage. In 2014, according to state records, Marquez married a Russian woman who was the sister of Farook’s older brother’s wife. Neighbors said they were surprised to learn that he had been married, having never seen him with a woman.The FBI said Farook and Malik had discussed martyrdom online before they even met and were supporters of Islamic State, the violent group that has taken over large parts of Syria and Iraq.Their attack, which left 21 people wounded, has stirred concerns among Americans about national security and the reach of Islamic State, becoming an issue in the U.S. presidential campaign. The attack came a few weeks after gunmen and suicide bombers affiliated with Islamic State killed 130 people in a series of coordinated attacks in Paris.FBI Director James Comey on Wednesday said there was no evidence that the San Bernardino attackers, who were also inspired by Islamic State, had been part of a terrorist cell.Neighbors said Marquez and Farook often worked together on cars in Farook's garage in their younger years but that the friendship had cooled in the past three years.Marquez converted to Islam about the time that Farook became more devoted to the faith around 2008. But Azmi Hasan, manager at the Islamic Society of Corona-Norco, said Marquez later told him that Islam was not for him.President Barack Obama is due to travel to San Bernardino on Friday to meet privately with families of the San Bernardino victims.(Reporting by Mark Hosenball; Additional reporting by Susan Heavey, Megan Cassella and Ed McAllister; Writing Scott Malone; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe and Bill Trott)
AP Sources: Friend who bought guns used in San Bernardino attack likely to be charged Thursday-[The Canadian Press]-Brian Melley And Eric Tucker, The Associated Press-The Canadian Press-December 17, 2015-YAHOONEWS
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - A former security guard who bought the assault rifles used by his friend in the San Bernardino massacre was expected to be charged as early as Thursday, according to two law enforcement officials.The federal charges against Enrique Marquez, 24, were not immediately clear. The officials were not authorized to discuss the charges by name and spoke on condition of anonymity.Marquez legally purchased the high-powered weapons used by Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, to kill 14 people at a holiday gathering of Farook's health department co-workers on Dec. 2. The couple also injured several others before dying hours later in a shootout with police.Authorities previously said Marquez legally bought the rifles at least three years ago, but they did not say how Farook and his wife got them.The FBI says that it is investigating the rampage as an act of terrorism and that the Muslim couple had discussed jihad and martyrdom as early as 2013. Farook's wife declared her allegiance to the Islamic State group in a Facebook posting shortly before the attack, the FBI said.Investigators also were exploring whether Farook and Marquez aborted plans to launch an attack in 2012. They "were plotting an actual attack" that year, including buying weapons, but became apprehensive and shelved the plan because of arrests in the area, said Idaho Sen. Jim Risch, a Republican on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.Marquez had deep ties with Farook that extended to a family connection. The two grew up next door to each other in Riverside and then became related through marriage.The friends were witnesses at the wedding of Farook's brother, Raheel, to a Russian woman in 2011, according to Riverside County marriage records. Last year, Marquez married the sister of Raheel Farook's wife, making Marquez and Raheel Farook brothers-in-law.Records show that Marquez married Mariya Chernykh at a ceremony at the Islamic Society of Corona-Norco, though the mosque's facility manager denied it occurred there.Marquez was said to be a convert to Islam but was not a member of that mosque, Azmi Hasan said. Marquez worshipped there three to four times over seven years, Hasan said.Right after the shooting, Marquez called his mother to say he was safe but that he wouldn't be coming home, neighbour Lorena Aguirre said. He later checked into a mental health facility.Three days after the attack, federal agents raided his mother's house in Riverside, a city near San Bernardino that is about 60 miles east of Los Angeles.Armida Chacon has said her son is a good person who loved to hang out with friends and go to parties, according to The Los Angeles Times."I don't know how this happened. ... My world is upside-down," she said tearfully.When asked about Syed Farook, she said her son was friends with him and "nothing more."Marquez's friends described him as a friendly, easygoing guy who was not religious and rarely discussed his family or marriage.Marquez was a licensed security guard for several years, but his license expired at the end of 2014. He was hired to work at Wal-Mart in May but has since been fired, a company spokesman said.___Tucker reported from Washington.
Exclusive: San Bernardino shooters buried in quiet funeral following Islamic rituals-Reuters By Yasmeen Abutaleb-DEC 17,15-YAHOONEWS
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik, who opened fire on a San Bernardino holiday party earlier this month, were buried Tuesday in a quiet, graveside funeral.Many of those who attended mosque with the couple refused to attend, two mosque members said.U.S.-born Farook, 28, and his Pakistani-born wife Malik, 29, killed 14 people and injured 21, in what U.S. officials have called a terrorist attack. They died later that day in a gun battle with police.The funeral followed traditional Islamic rituals, said an attendee. At a Muslim cemetery hours away from San Bernardino, the bodies were cleansed according to Islamic rules, wrapped in white cloth and buried.The funeral attendee and another person familiar with the situation, both of whom asked not to be identified for fear of retaliation, said it took a week to find a graveyard willing to accept the bodies.They said the husband and wife were ultimately buried in a cemetery far from San Bernardino, after a closer facility refused to take the bodies because of fears the graves would be desecrated. Neither person would identify the cemetery where the couple was buried. Muslims are usually buried within 24 hours of dying, but family members and community members had to wait for the bodies to be released by law enforcement officials and then for permission from a cemetery. Neither source would say which cemetery refused to bury the couple, but a woman at the Islamic Cemetery & Masjid in Adelanto, Calif. – less than an hour from San Bernardino – confirmed the cemetery had refused to bury the bodies, in part out of a fear of backlash, but also for “other reasons". She declined to give her name.The family of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the two men accused of carrying out the Boston Marathon bombing attack in 2013, faced similar difficulty finding a place to bury his body after the attack. Graveyards in Massachusetts refused to accept the body, and the family ultimately buried him in an unmarked grave in Virginia.About 10 people went to the funeral, the attendee said, including members of Farook’s family and people who used to pray with him at mosques in San Bernardino County.But most Muslims in the community refused to participate in the burial or perform the funeral prayer, called Salat Al-Janazah, according to the source who did not attend the funeral."I don’t forgive him myself,“ said the mosque-goer who did not attend the funeral. Still, he added, "I pray mercy for him, and we Muslims know God is merciful. But he’s also just.”Farook and Malik left behind a 6-month-old daughter, who has been in state custody since the Dec. 2 massacre. Farook’s sister and brother-in-law, Saira and Farhan Khan, have said they hope to adopt their niece.An attorney for family members did not immediately return a call seeking comment for this story.(This version of the story corrects first paragraph to remove reference to FBI guarding funeral)(Reporting by Yasmeen Abutaleb, additional reporting by Idrees Ali in San Bernardino,; Editing by Sue Horton and Ken Wills)
THERE IS NO 2ND TRIAL DATE SET FOR WILLIAM PORTER IN BALTIMORE YET.
Baltimore awaits new trial date in policeman's manslaughter trial-Reuters-DEC 17,15-YAHOONEWS
BALTIMORE (Reuters) - Baltimore was awaiting a fresh court date on Thursday after a mistrial in the case of a police officer charged in the death of black detainee Freddie Gray, and police reported a quiet night despite protests over the decision.A judge dismissed the jury on Wednesday in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Officer William Porter, the first of six officers to be tried in Gray's death. The decision came after jurors were unable to reach a verdict on any of the charges.Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams was set to meet behind closed doors with defense lawyers and prosecutors to schedule a new trial, a court spokeswoman said.Gray's death triggered protests and rioting in the mainly black city of 620,000 people, and intensified a U.S. debate on police treatment of minorities.Legal experts have said the outcome of the Baltimore trials could influence U.S. prosecutors in bringing similar charges in cases of alleged police brutality.Williams' ruling prompted protests, with scores of demonstrators marching in downtown Baltimore and hundreds gathering in Gray's West Baltimore neighborhood.Two demonstrators were arrested outside the courthouse. But police on Thursday reported a peaceful night, with no protest-related arrests.Gray's family and officials, including Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, called for calm. Police from outside agencies have been stationed in Baltimore as a precaution.Porter, 26, was charged in Gray's death from a broken neck suffered while the 25-year-old man was transported in the back of a police van.Van driver Officer Caesar Goodson is the next officer due in court, with his trial set for Jan. 6. Prosecutors had scheduled Porter's as the first trial to allow him to be a witness against Goodson and a supervisor.Porter, who like Gray is black, was charged for having put Gray in the back of the van without seat-belting him and with being too slow to pass on his request for medical assistance.The charges against the other officers range from second-degree murder for Goodson to misconduct.(Writing by Ian Simpson; Editing by Paul Tait and Meredith Mazzilli)
For wary Baltimore, 'justice for Freddie Gray' is bigger than one trial-The trial of William Porter, which ended in a hung jury, marked the first time a police officer faced charges for one of a series of high-profile deaths of black men nationwide.Christian Science Monitor By Mary Wiltenburg-YAHOONEWS
Wednesday afternoon, a Baltimore Circuit Court judge declared a mistrial in the case of William Porter, the first of six officers to be tried in connection with Mr. Gray’s death in police custody last spring. The trial marks the first time an officer has been prosecuted for one of a growing list of police-involved deaths across the nation whose victims have become household names: Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice.In a year when the slogan “Justice for Freddie Gray” has resounded from Baltimore’s roughest blocks to the far reaches of the Internet, the trial highlights the question: What would that justice actually look like? What result would satisfy a community that has vowed to fight in that young man’s name “all night, all day” – and a nation that’s watching?-There’s some satisfaction just in seeing the judicial process at work, and the fact that jurors must have had strong convictions and stood by them, says J. Wyndal Gordon, a Baltimore defense attorney who’s attended parts of the Porter trial – and represents two young men facing serious charges that stem from the unrest.“That takes courage in and of itself. [A]s a lawyer, I really appreciate that,” said Mr. Gordon, who stopped by the protest. But at the same time, as a black man who grew up in Baltimore, he says, “it’s sort of anticlimactic, because we didn’t get anything.”As the evening grew colder, roughly two dozen protesters struck off on a march through downtown, carrying signs that read, “Stop killer cops” and “Stop the war on black America.” When they circled back to City Hall, their numbers had swelled to close to 100.Davon Neverdon, a lifelong Baltimorean and community activist known as PFK Boom, said that, while he wasn’t satisfied with the result of the trial, he wasn’t surprised.“This is what you get. Our judicial system is not nowhere near perfect … so you can expect to have the results you had today,” he says. “The concern that we have is that the whole world know that our city is dealing with a very serious social ill right now: police department, economics, houselessness.”Donna Brown, another longtime local activist who also works as a chaplain with the police department, arrived and hugged Boom. For her, she said, the question of justice for Freddie Gray is bigger than a single trial, or even six of them.“Because how can you be an enforcer of the law, and then you not be held to the same standard of the law as I as a citizen? It’s really about accountability within the system,” she says. “Even if the desired outcome comes, it’s not justice until it becomes consistent.”As jury deliberations in Mr. Porter’s trial entered their third day yesterday morning, city officials were bracing for a repeat of the destruction, looting, and arson that dotted the city last April, following Gray's death. Law enforcement officers from surrounding counties massed in city parks with riot gear. When word came mid-afternoon that the jury was hung on all four charges, traffic backed up as people hurried to get out of downtown. Outside the courthouse, sheriff’s deputies pushed back young demonstrators, and arrested two. Large groups of cops patrolled key intersections. The mood was tense. But as evening wore on, protests stayed peaceful outside the courthouse and City Hall, as well as at Pennsylvania and North Avenues, the West Baltimore intersection that became synonymous with April’s violence. That’s not to say that everyone was satisfied with the outcome. “I don’t think that [expletive] was right. You mean to tell me out of all those charges, they couldn’t find him guilty on nothing? If it would’ve been me or anybody else out here, we would have been found guilty,” says Michael Berry, a horticulturist with Baltimore City Department of Parks and Recreation who was out at Penn North with friends. “I just feel like if you’re a black man living in the city, you ain’t got nothing coming when it comes to the law.”As dusk fell, members of the Penn North Recovery Center and others came outside, linking arms and urging calm. Lt. Col. Melvin Russell, chief of the police department's Community Collaboration Division, grinned and flashed peace signs at the crowd. Peaceful demonstrators cheered and prayed.Further downtown, outside Baltimore City Circuit Court, two people were arrested. One was Darius Kwame Rosebaugh, known as Kwame Rose, a local activist who landed in the national spotlight last spring after he confronted Geraldo Rivera about his coverage of Baltimore. Also arrested was a 16-year-old boy, identified by fellow protesters as Melvin. Both young men had been vocally protesting near sheriff’s deputies, but videos and witness accounts did not reveal the basis for either arrest.“What I’m clear about is that a mistrial ain’t worth people putting their lives on the line,” said activist J.C. Faulk, founder of the nonprofit An End to Ignorance, scanning the line of police officers guarding City Hall and the growing crowd of demonstrators. “I’m not going to do that. If they want to go to jail they can, but I’ll see ‘em from the other side of the bars. You know? Not today. Today ain’t the day for that.”
Phone-a-fraud: What happens when you call out a scammer-[CBC]-December 16, 2015-yahoonews
The latest Canada Revenue Agency phone scam making the rounds has raised the stakes for potential victims. This time, fraudsters are threatening arrest.A producer with CBC Radio was on the receiving end of this scam when she received a worrisome voicemail this week. The message claimed to be from a CRA officer who said the woman was "under federal investigation because of the misconduct and suspicious activities found in the audit report.""Don't try to disregard the message," the caller said, "or else it will be taken as an offence from your side."When the employee got a second message from someone again claiming to be a CRA officer, the situation escalated. She was told that a warrant was now being issued for her arrest. "There is a case, a lawsuit getting filed under your name," the scammer said. "If I don't hear a call from you, we'll have to issue an arrest warrant against your name and get you arrested."Phoning the fraudster-On its website, the CRA warns taxpayers that scammers often use threatening language to persuade people to pay fictitious debt, and it advises people not to engage in communication.But another CBC employee, Caroline Hillier, an associate producer with CBC's St. John's Morning Show, wanted to dig deeper. Hillier called one of the numbers provided to the first CBC producer. She was asked to give her home phone number. When she declined, Hillier was also told that a warrant would be issued for her arrest.The scammer hung up, but Hillier persisted and called back, getting a different man on the phone."Remember one thing, remember one thing in your mind: you are in big trouble, ma'am," the man told her. "Call the police, they have your arrest warrant," he said."Give me your home number, and … [police] will come to your home, and they will put you into custody, ma'am."When Hillier said she was uncomfortable giving her personal information, the supposed agent hung up on her.The CRA told CBC that it never leaves personal information on an answering machine.It said any message that does is a scam.
Justin Trudeau says vow to balance budget in 4 years is 'very' cast in stone-cbc.ca-December 17, 2015-yahoonews
Even as the economic hurdles pile up, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insists his pledge to balance the federal books in four years is “very” cast in stone.On top of the balanced budget, Trudeau told The Canadian Press on Wednesday that the Liberal government will also live up to its other fiscal “anchor” to lower the debt-to- GDP ratio every year until the end of its mandate.Trudeau’s remarks follow several revelations that his new government is standing on significantly shakier fiscal footing than it had predicted.For example, the Liberals have recently shied away from another election commitment: to keep annual deficits over the next two years under $10 billion.Trudeau was asked Wednesday how cast in stone his pledge was to balance the budget in four years.“Very,” he said during a year-end roundtable interview with Canadian Press journalists in Ottawa.“ I think one of the things that Canadians expect is a level of fiscal responsibility that we’ve been able to demonstrate in the past and we’re certainly going to demonstrate it in the future.”Obstacles to budget goals-The Liberals, who made billions of dollars in campaign spending vows, are facing many obstacles that stand in the way of fulfilling their balanced-budget goal.Pulling the books back into the black is a tougher target than lowering the debt-to-GDP ratio, which represents a government’s capacity to pay back debt. The ratio — also known as the debt burden — is reached by dividing total federal debt by the overall size of the economy, as measured by nominal GDP.Last month, the government said in its fall fiscal update that the books inherited from the Conservatives and a weaker-than-expected economy will drive the country billions of dollars deeper in the hole than it had anticipated during the campaign.The parliamentary budget office later issued forecasts that suggested the Liberals could be poised to generate annual deficits up to $15 billion once their costed, big-ticket election pledges are accounted for. In addition, the party has also made several uncosted vows.Earlier this month, the Liberals revealed that their new tax package, which will raise taxes on the highest earners and lower the rate on the middle tax bracket, will actually siphon more than $1 billion net per year from the treasury. In their platform, the Liberals had predicted the plan would be revenue neutral. Trudeau vowed during the campaign to respect the $10-billion upper limit for deficits in 2016-17 and 2017-18 unless the economic situation got radically worse.“Many of you pressed me on, ‘Is that an absolute cap? What happens if the economy gets significantly worse?’ ” Trudeau said Wednesday.“And I said, 'We’re going to stay open with Canadians about what we need to do to create growth.’"What we were elected on was a commitment to help Canadians grow the economy and that’s what we’re going to stay focused on.” Billions for infrastructure-The Liberals are banking that their commitments — to spend billions on infrastructure and to implement tax changes benefiting middle earners — will kick-start the struggling economy and create jobs.When asked if balancing the budget would involve austerity, Trudeau said he’s going to focus on growing the economy in responsible, meaningful ways.Along the way, he said he’s committed to being open and transparent about the fiscal steps involved in helping the economy.Trudeau was also asked about projections that it could take longer than four years for infrastructure cash to trickle through the economy and how the math behind his tax changes didn’t work out quite as well as he had planned.“You can spend a lot of time talking about hypotheticals and I’m not going to engage in that,” he said.“What I am going to do is what I’ve always done is say, look, we are going to put forward a plan that is going to invest in Canadians in education, in innovation, in infrastructure that’s going to create growth.”
WORLD POWERS IN THE LAST DAYS (END OF AGE OF GRACE NOT THE WORLD)
EUROPEAN UNION-KING OF WEST-DAN 9:26-27,DAN 7:23-24,DAN 11:40,REV 13:1-10
EGYPT-KING OF THE SOUTH-DAN 11:40
RUSSIA-KING OF THE NORTH-EZEK 38:1-2,EZEK 39:1-3
CHINA-KING OF THE EAST-DAN 11:44,REV 9:16,18
VATICAN-RELIGIOUS LEADER-REV 13:11-18,REV 17:4-5,9,18
11 The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.(WORLD TERRORISM,MURDERS)(HAMAS IN HEBREW IS VIOLENCE)
12 And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted his way upon the earth.
13 And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is filled with violence (TERRORISM)(HAMAS) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.
2 PETER 2:5
5 And spared not the old world, but saved Noah the eighth person, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood upon the world of the ungodly;
2 PETER 3:7
7 But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men
16 I also will do this unto you; I will even appoint over you( sudden) terror(ISM), consumption, and the burning ague, that shall consume the eyes, and cause sorrow of heart: and ye shall sow your seed in vain, for your enemies shall eat it.
11 And the angel of the LORD said unto her,(HAGAR) Behold, thou art with child, and shalt bear a son, and shalt call his name Ishmael;(FATHER OF THE ARAB/MUSLIMS) because the LORD hath heard thy affliction.
12 And he (ISHMAEL-FATHER OF THE ARAB-MUSLIMS) will be a wild (DONKEY-JACKASS) man;(ISLAM IS A FAKE AND DANGEROUS SEX FOR MURDER CULT) his hand will be against every man,(ISLAM HATES EVERYONE) and every man's hand against him;(PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM BEING BEHEADED) and he (ISHMAEL ARAB/MUSLIM) shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.(LITERAL-THE ARABS LIVE WITH THEIR BRETHERN JEWS)
12 How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer,(SATAN) son of the morning!(HEBREW-CRECENT MOON-ISLAM) how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
13 For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
14 I (SATAN HAS EYE TROUBLES) will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.(AND 1/3RD OF THE ANGELS OF HEAVEN FELL WITH SATAN AND BECAME DEMONS)
ISAIAH 33:1,18-19 Woe to thee that spoilest,(destroys) and thou wast not spoiled;(destroyed) and dealest treacherously, and they dealt not treacherously with thee! when thou shalt cease to spoil,(destroy) thou shalt be spoiled;(destroyed) and when thou shalt make an end to deal treacherously, they shall deal treacherously with thee.
18 Thine heart shall meditate terror. Where is the scribe? where is the receiver? where is he that counted the towers?
19 Thou shalt not see a fierce people, a people of a deeper speech than thou canst perceive; of a stammering tongue, that thou canst not understand.
2 They shall put you out of the synagogues: yea, the time cometh, that whosoever killeth you will think that he doeth God service.(ISLAM MURDERS IN THE NAME OF MOON GOD ALLAH OF ISLAM)
Canadian teen found guilty of terrorism after father turned him in-[reuters.com]-reuters.com-December 17, 2015-yahoonews
MONTREAL (Reuters) - A 16-year-old boy, the youngest to stand trial for terrorism offences in Canada, was found guilty on Thursday in youth court of trying to join a jihadist group in Syria, Quebec media reported.The teen, who cannot be identified because he is a minor, admitted to robbing a convenience store in 2014 when he was 15, but pleaded not guilty to trying to use the stolen money to travel to Syria. The boy's father, who immigrated from Algeria with his family in 2003, reported his own son to police in October 2014 after discovering a bag hidden behind their home containing a mask, knife and cash.(Reporting By Allison Lampert; Editing by Steve Orlofsky)
Putin says Russia is ready to improve ties with US, positions on Syria close-[The Canadian Press]-Vladimir Isachenkov, The Associated Press-December 17, 2015
MOSCOW - Russia and the U.S. agree on a general approach to settling the Syrian crisis, President Vladimir Putin said Thursday, saying that Moscow stands ready to improve ties with Washington.Putin also said that Russia will continue its air campaign in Syria until a political process starts, and lashed out at Turkey for trying to "lick the Americans in some of their private parts" by downing a Russian warplane.Speaking with emphasis and gesturing energetically throughout a news conference that lasted more than three hours and was televised live, Putin also vowed that the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov will be solved and no one will be immune from prosecution.Commenting on relations with Washington, Putin said that Russia supports a U.S.-drafted U.N. Security Council resolution on settling the Syrian crisis, presented by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry during his visit to Moscow earlier this week."In general, we like it," Putin said. "I believe that the Syrian authorities should be OK with it too, although they may not like something in it."He added that "concessions must be made by both sides" to end the conflict that has killed more than 250,000 and turned millions into refugees since 2011.He said the Russian approach, "strangely as it may seem, coincides with the U.S. vision: joint work on a constitution, creation of instruments of control over future early elections, holding the vote and recognizing its results on the basis of that political process."" We will help settle this crisis in every possible way," Putin said. At the same time, he reaffirmed Russia's stance on the key issue that divided Russia and the West, the fate of Syrian President Bashar Assad, saying the Syrians themselves must determine who rules them.Putin added that Kerry's visit has shown that "the American side is ready to move toward joint settlement of the issues that can only be tackled jointly." Already on his way out of the hall, he was asked about U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump and praised him as a "very bright and talented man," adding that he welcomes the Republican's pledges to establish closer ties with Russia.Putin said that Russia's air campaign in Syria, launched on Sept. 30, will go on until a peace process starts, but it is up to the Syrians to decide when to stop fighting and sit down for talks."We aren't going to be more Syrian than the Syrians themselves," he added.The president said he was unsure whether Russia needs a permanent military base in Syria, since new Russian weapons, such as sea- and air-launched cruise missiles used in recent strikes on targets in Syria, give Moscow enough punch to strike an enemy from afar.Addressing Russia's strained relations with some of its neighbours at his annual marathon news conference, attended by hundreds of Russian and foreign journalists, Putin said he "it's practically impossible" to overcome the tensions with Turkey under its current leadership after its downing of a Russian warplane at the border with Syria.Ankara said its fighter jet shot down the Russian bomber after it violated the Turkish airspace for 17 seconds despite repeated warnings, while Moscow insisted that the plane has stayed in the Syrian airspace.Putin said that Russia was particularly annoyed because instead of offering apology over its "hostile" action that left one of the plane's pilot and a Russian marine dead, Turkey turned to NATO for help. Both of the Russian servicemen were killed by militants on the Syrian side of the border.He said that he had previously agreed to accommodate Turkey's concerns regarding Syria, adding that the Turkish leadership had never asked Russia to refrain from striking that specific area."Couldn't they just make a call or warn the military via the communications channels that existed and say: 'Look, there are our interests here so please don't hit it,'" Putin said, adding that Turkey hurt its own interests by downing the Russian plane."Did they think that we will leave?" Putin said. "Russia isn't that kind of a country. We only have increased our presence there."He said that Russia has responded by sending additional warplanes at a base in Syria and deploying the long-range S-400 air defence missile systems there, putting an end to what he said were regular violations of Syrian airspace by Turkish jets.
No fingerprints!' chant migrants in Italy as EU cracks down-[Reuters]-By Steve Scherer-Reuters-December 17, 2015-yahoonews
ROME (Reuters) - Some 200 mostly Eritrean migrants protested against asylum rules on the island of Lampedusa on Thursday as the European Union steps up pressure on frontline countries to enforce the regulations.A video posted on a Sicilian news site showed a group of men, women and children wearing jackets and winter hats marching along the island's cactus-lined roads and chanting in front of city hall."We are human beings! No fingerprints! We want freedom! We want to move from the camps! Italia respect our rights!" they shouted in English. Some also carried signs in both English and Italian. One read: "We are refugees. No fingerprints".Humanitarian organization Arci in Sicily said some of the protesters had been on the island for more than a month, held there because they had refused to give their fingerprints as EU law requires. Some have also begun hunger strikes, it said.European law says migrants must stay in the country where they first enter the bloc, and that is determined by where they give their fingerprints. Until recently, most migrants have simply refused to be identified, moving north from Greece and Italy by foot, train or bus.In an effort to stem the flood of migrants pouring into Germany, France and the rest of Europe from the frontline countries, the EU has called for stricter enforcement of the rules and detention in so-called "hots pots" until migrants agree to be identified."The migrants are aware that the procedure to identify them would impede their journey toward the European countries where they have large communities and, often, their families," said Erasmo Palazzotto, a lawmaker for the small left-wing SEL party.Palazzotto called on the EU to scrap its immigration law, known as the Dublin Treaty, to help Italy and Greece handle the mass sea arrivals, seen at about 1 million this year.Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who was in Brussels for a meeting of EU leaders where the migrants issue figured large, has expressed increasing frustration with the EU's handling of the immigration crisis but rejected suggestions that it is not enforcing EU law."The discussion on fingerprints is quite surreal," he told reporters in Brussels before the EU summit. The EU has called on countries to go so far as to use force to get them. "It's obvious that we have to take fingerprints and we are doing so."To relieve the burden of having to take in all the migrants expected to reach Greece and Italy, a relocation program has been set up for Syrian, Eritrean and Iraqi refugees but, so far, fewer than 200 have been transferred out of Italy.The implementation of a quota system to relocate asylum-seekers from frontier states to other members of the 28-nation bloc is currently at less than one percent of what had been planned, Renzi complained.(Additional reporting by Francesco Guarascio in Brussels; Editing by Richard Balmforth)
UK review says Muslim Brotherhood membership a possible indicator of extremism-[Reuters]-By Kylie MacLellan and Mahmoud Mourad-December 17, 2015-yahoonews
LONDON/CAIRO (Reuters) - A British government review into Egypt's outlawed Muslim Brotherhood published on Thursday concluded that membership of or links to the political group should be considered a possible indicator of extremism but stopped short of recommending that it should be banned.The long- delayed review into the organization was first commissioned in April 2014 by Prime Minister David Cameron with a remit to examine whether the group put British national security at risk."Parts of the Muslim Brother hood have a highly ambiguous relationship with violent extremism. Both as an ideology and as a network it has been a rite of passage for some individuals and groups who have gone on to engage in violence and terrorism," Cameron said in a statement.He described the group as "deliberately opaque, and habitually secretive"."The main findings of the review support the conclusion that membership of, association with, or influence by the Muslim Brotherhood should be considered as a possible indicator of extremism," he said.Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi launched the toughest crackdown on Islamists in Egypt's modern history after toppling President Mohamed Mursi of the Brotherhood in 2013.Sisi classifies the Brotherhood as a terrorist group, but on a visit to Britain in November he said it could again play a role in public life if Egyptians wanted it to return.A spokesman for Egypt's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Britain's report showed the international community must support Egypt in confronting terrorism and extremist ideology.He said on Twitter: "Report is important step in combating terrorism. We hope other countries will take similar steps to enhance counter-terrorism efforts."The Brotherhood, the Middle East's oldest Islamist movement and long Egypt's main political opposition, however said the review was neither fair nor based on credible evidence.The group, which says it is committed to peaceful activism, said the British position suggested it backed the military's overthrow of Mursi who was democratically elected president after the 2011 uprising."If Britain sees peaceful protests and activities that reject the military coup, the killing of civilians and the detentions and disappearances as extremist then certainly Britain has a defect it needs to remedy," it said in a statement.British lawmaker Tim Farron, leader of the Liberal Democrat Party, also criticized the report, saying it had been carried out to pacify Britain's Middle East ally Saudi Arabia, which sees the Brotherhood as a threat to regional stability."We should decide these things based on real and credible intelligence and not pressure from Riyadh," Farron said in a statement-Cameron said Muslim Brotherhood-associated and influenced groups had sometimes characterized Britain as fundamentally hostile to Muslim faith and identity and expressed support for attacks conducted by Palestinian Islamist group Hamas."Aspects of the Muslim Brotherhood’s ideology and activities therefore run counter to British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, equality and the mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs," he said.Cameron said the government would keep under review the views and activities of Muslim Brotherhood associates in Britain and whether the group met the legal test for proscription as a terrorist organization.Britain will also continue to refuse visas to members and associates of the group who have made extremist comments, he said, and intensify its scrutiny of the views and activities Muslim Brotherhood members, associates and affiliates promote overseas.(Additional reporting by William James and Omar Fahmy; Editing by Michael Holden)
Lebanon's Hezbollah says Saudi-led anti-IS coalition is suspicious-[Reuters]-December 17, 2015-yahoonews
BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Lebanese Shi'ite Muslim group Hezbollah said on Thursday that a Saudi-led 34-nation anti-Islamic State coalition was suspicious, and questioned Saudi Arabia's competence to lead it.Hezbollah, which has repeatedly criticized Sunni heavyweight Saudi Arabia over both its military operations in Yemen and its support for Sunni Muslim Islamist rebels in Syria, also said in the statement that it rejected any Lebanese participation in the coalition.Hezbollah has sent fighters across the border to support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in his fight against rebel forces.(Reporting by Mariam Karouny; Editing by Kevin Liffey)
Yemen peace talks struggle amid intensifying clashes-[Reuters]-December 17, 2015-yahoonews
DUBAI (Reuters) - U.N.-sponsored Yemen peace talks are struggling amid disputes over releasing prisoners, sources close to the talks said on Thursday, as local officials reported intensifying clashes and fresh air strikes despite a ceasefire.Saudi-backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's representatives are demanding that their foes, the Iran-allied Houthi movement, release several senior officials.Combat escalated between the warring sides on Thursday as Hadi loyalists seized a key military base from Houthi fighters in the central city of Marib, local officials and tribesmen said, where 15 people were killed from both sides.Planes and gunboats from a Saudi-led military coalition also bombarded targets in northern Yemen, local residents said.But the U.N. special envoy for Yemen, Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, said the third day of peace talks had produced "a major step forward" on the humanitarian front - agreement on aid for the war-torn city of Taiz - that would pave the way to further agreements on aid and other issues in coming days.Yemen plunged into civil war last year when the Houthis seized the capital Sanaa and marched south, triggering the mainly Gulf Arab military intervention in March.Peace talks began on Tuesday away from television cameras in Switzerland to try to end nearly nine months of conflict that have killed almost 6,000 people and displaced millions.The sources said direct talks between the two sides have been suspended since Wednesday evening, after the Houthis rejected demands to free senior officials, including Defense Minister Mahmoud al-Subaihi and Hadi's brother Nasser.Both Subaihi and Nasser Mansour Hadi, who was responsible for intelligence operations in southern Yemen, have been held by the Houthis since March.The Houthis say they are ready to free the prisoners once a permanent ceasefire is agreed, another source close to the talks told Reuters.The sources said that instead of overseeing direct talks, Ould Cheikh Ahmed was shuttling between the two sides trying to bridge differences.The U.N. statement said the talks would continue in the next few days to try and define a clear way forward, with a special focus on areas such as developing a sustainable national ceasefire, withdrawal of forces and the release of prisoners.Heavy weapons would also be returned to the state, which would also take control over public institutions, it said.-CLASHES-Pro-Hadi fighters ejected the Houthis from the al-Mas camp, their last military base in the central desert province of Marib, after two days of heavy combat.Air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition also struck the northern Hajja province on the border with Saudi Arabia, residents said. They also said that gunboats struck Midi port, also in Hajja near the Saudi border.Both sides have been trading accusations over violating the ceasefire. On Wednesday, the Saudi-led coalition spokesman, Brigadier General Ahmed al-Asseri, accused the Houthis of committing some 150 violations since Tuesday and urged the United Nations to try to save the truce.In a rare positive gesture on Wednesday, the Houthis and fighters from the so-called Southern Resistance, who are allied with Hadi, exchanged hundreds of prisoners early on Thursday, following delays by local tribesmen angry at the exclusion of relatives from the deal, an official involved in the swap said.Fikri al-Mutaili, a southern commander, said the Houthis freed 265 residents of the former south Yemen while the Southern Resistance freed 300 Houthis, including 40 teenagers.The deal was brokered by local tribal leaders and had been expected to reflect positively on the peace talks in Switzerland.(Reporting by Mohammed Ghobari and Mohammed Mukhashaf, additional reporting by Tom Miles in Geneva; Writing by Yara Bayoumy and Noah Browning; Editing by Sami Aboudi and Tom Heneghan)
Shiites: Nigerian army buries victims to hide massacre toll-Associated Press By MICHELLE FAUL-DEC 17,15-YAHOONEWS
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Nigerian troops Wednesday buried the bodies of hundreds of victims of an alleged military massacre of Shiite Muslims to hide the death toll, the Shiite Islamic Movement in Nigeria said.Wednesday's allegation comes as human rights advocates and the United States called for an investigation following the army's raid on Nigerian Shiites in which hundreds of people were reportedly killed and Shiite leader Ibraheem Zakzaky suffered four bullet wounds.The military said it acted after Shiites tried to assassinate Nigeria's army chief. Army spokesman Col. Sani Usman did not immediately respond to an email late Wednesday requesting comment on the burial charges.Details of the weekend violence in Zaria have been slow to emerge because the three attacked areas of the northern town have been on lockdown with no one allowed to enter or leave.Shiite spokesman Ibrahim Musa said soldiers took the bodies from the mortuary of Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital and buried them in mass graves on Wednesday. His statement did not explain how he got the information."The Nigerian army has desecrated our dead," Musa said. "We hereby demand the location of the mass burial, and the interrogation of those who ordered the operation."Human rights groups say as many as 1,000 people may have been killed."The United States calls on the government of Nigeria to quickly, credibly, and transparently investigate these events in Zaria and hold to account any individuals found to have committed crimes," the U.S. Embassy said in a statement."It is essential that all sides refrain from actions that further destabilize the situation," U.S. Ambassador James Entwhistle added.Amnesty International said in a statement late Tuesday that the shooting of members of the Shiite group in Zaria "must be urgently investigated ... and anyone found responsible for unlawful killings must be brought to justice.""Whilst the final death toll is unclear, there is no doubt that there has been a substantial loss of life at the hands of the military," said M.K. Ibrahim, director of Amnesty International, Nigeria.But the Shiite movement, which has millions of followers in Nigeria, rejected the investigative panel it said has been set up following a visit to Zaria on Tuesday by Interior Minister Abdulrahman Dambazau.Musa said it has no confidence in a panel led by the area police commander because he is junior in rank to the alleged perpetrators of the killings.It said Dambazau, a retired general, did not even bother to visit wounded victims in the hospital.The bloodshed was yet another blow to Africa's most populous nation, already beset by a 6-year-old insurgency waged by Boko Haram, a violent Islamic group which is at odds with the Shiites and others who oppose its extremist vision.In addition to Wednesday's alleged mass burial, Musa said soldiers on Monday carried away about 200 bodies from around the home of Zakzaky, and did not deposit them at the hospital mortuary.The military has said Zakzaky is in its "safe custody."The army said troops attacked sites in Zaria after 500 Shiites blocked the convoy of Nigeria's army chief, and tried to kill him on Saturday. A report from the military police said some Shiites were crawling through tall grass toward Gen. Tukur Buratai's vehicle "with the intent to attack the vehicle with (a) petrol bomb" while others "suddenly resorted to firing gunshots from the direction of the mosque."In a statement Monday, the army said both the military and Shiites lost lives but a toll still is being compiled.The National Human Rights Commission of Nigeria said it set up a special investigations panel on Tuesday following complaints filed by concerned citizens and from the military, which has asked the commission to investigate the alleged assassination attempt on the army chief.The commission's chairman, Chidi Odinkalu, called the army attacks "a massacre." He said one of Zakzaky's wives was killed. Two of Zakzaky's sons also were killed and one was wounded, according to Musa.Iran, seen as the guardian of the Shiite Muslim faith, has condemned the killings.Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari. Iran state TV said Rouhani told Buhari Tuesday that he expects the Nigerian government to compensate families of victims.Hundreds of Shiites protested in front of the Nigerian embassies in the Iranian and Indian capitals on Tuesday.Nigeria's Shiites, a movement of millions started 37 years ago by Zakzaky, who dresses in the robes and turban of an Iranian ayatollah, often have clashed with police and other security forces over their unlawful blocking of major roads to hold religious processions.Nigeria's military is infamous for its excesses. In 2009, Nigerian armed forces attacked Boko Haram's headquarters and killed about 700 people, including its leader. Still, Boko Haram re-emerged as a much more violent entity.On Wednesday, Sen. Shehu Sani, a human rights activist, said "The Zaria killings simply affirmed the fact that as a nation we have not learnt our lessons from our painful and hard experience."The action of the military is untenable, intolerable and unacceptable ... and a step toward tyranny."The Shiites two weeks ago suffered a suicide bombing in a procession that killed 22 people. Boko Haram, a Salafist group, claimed responsibility for the attack and threatened to "wipe out" the Shiites.
6 But whoso shall offend (HURT) one of these little ones (CHILDREN) which believe in me,(JESUS) it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.(THATS THE DEATH PENALTY FOLKS)
12 He that smiteth (MURDER)a man,(OR BABY) so that he die, shall be surely put to death.(THATS THE DEATH PENALTY PEOPLE)
Gross institutional failure' by UN on child sexual abuse case in Central African Republic-[The Canadian Press]-Cara Anna, The Associated Press-December 17, 2015-yahoonews
The United Nations' "gross institutional failure" to act on allegations that French and other peacekeepers sexually abused children in the Central African Republic led to even more assaults, according to a new report released Thursday.One young boy who initially reported an attack on his friends now says he has been raped, too.The independent panel found that the accounts by children as young as 9 of trading oral sex and other acts in exchange for food in the middle of a war zone in early 2014 were "passed from desk to desk, inbox to inbox, across multiple U.N. offices, with no one willing to take responsibility."Among those said to have looked the other way were the U.N. children's agency, UNICEF, as well as human rights staffers.U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in a statement, expressed "profound regret that these children were betrayed by the very people sent to protect them" and said he accepted the panel's broad findings.The panel, led by Canadian judge Marie Deschamps, found that U.N. staffers failed or hesitated to pass the children's allegations to more senior officials, sometimes because of political concerns with France involved; showed "unconscionable delays" in protecting and supporting the children; failed to further investigate the allegations; failed to properly vet peacekeepers for past abuses; and, overall, appeared more concerned with whether one U.N. staffer had improperly alerted French authorities."The welfare of the victims and the accountability of the perpetrators appeared to be an afterthought, if considered at all," the report says.As of now, more than a year and a half after U.N. staffers first heard the children's allegations of sexual abuse, no one has been arrested.The report lays bare one of the most persistent and embarrassing problems for the U.N. and its member countries as tens of thousands of peacekeepers serve in some of the world's most volatile areas: Some vulnerable people are raped by their protectors, and often no one is punished. Many victims are children.The children in Central African Republic's capital, Bangui, reported the abuses in the middle of deadly chaos. The country had been ripped apart by violence between Christians and Muslims, and thousands of frightened people had sought shelter in squalid camps at the airport. French and other peace keepers were trying to establish security.The children told U.N. staffers that they had been hungry and did what the peacekeepers asked in return for food.Almost a year passed before such allegations by a half-dozen children were made public in media reports this past April and May, leading Ban to order the independent investigation. Only then, the new report says, did the U.N. follow up with the children it had interviewed months ago and ensure their care.At that point, a new round of interviews found that "some children alleged further cases of sexual abuse by peacekeepers," the report says. And additional children reported abuse.One child, who a year earlier at age 11 had told U.N. staffers about watching peacekeepers rape his friends, "now reported that he himself had been orally and anally raped."The panel found it "appalling" that the children didn't receive immediate medical care. While UNICEF had referred the children to a local NGO partner for medical support, the panel found that in reality a social worker "devoted a total of two hours ... to listening to the children and filling out forms required by UNICEF."The report also calls UNICEF's failure to seek out other potential victims a "serious breach" of the agency's duty to protect children.Meanwhile, the children's allegations took months to reach top U.N. officials. The report says the head of the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic, Babacar Gaye, was told several times about the allegations, beginning June 1, 2014, and did not act.In August of this year, in an unprecedented move, the U.N. secretary-general told Gaye to resign.The report says France "took strong and immediate action" to investigate after receiving a U.N. document with the allegations in July 2014, but it called that a "stark contrast to the apparent failure of French authorities to react" in May 2014, when the U.N. human rights staffer who had interviewed the children says she spoke with French military officials.Once the French government was informed, the report says, U.N. officials didn't follow up on the allegations because they assumed the French were handling it.But French authorities have said they were delayed for several months by U.N. bureaucracy. Information from the U.N. started flowing after the first media reports on the allegations emerged. And one year after French authorities first arrived in Central African Republic to investigate, the report says, the U.N. allowed the human rights staffer who had interviewed the children to participate in the French investigation as a witness.The long delay, the report says, has hurt the chances for accountability in a case involving "the most vulnerable segment of society: unaccompanied, internally displaced and hungry, young children."U.N. officials have pointed out that the French peacekeepers were not part of the U.N. peacekeeping force that later arrived in Central African Republic, but the panel said the U.N.'s responsibility to protect human rights requires immediate action on such allegations, no matter what."Indeed, for victims of sexual violence, it is immaterial whether the perpetrator was wearing a blue helmet or not," the report says.U.N. officials also have accused the human rights official who first handed French authorities the report describing the allegations, Anders Kompass, of breaching policy by not redacting the children's names. The report dismissed that argument and found that the former head of the U.N. internal oversight office abused her authority in improperly opening an investigation into Kompass in response to the "single-minded determination" of the U.N. human rights chief, Zeid Raad al-Hussein.If the concerns about redacting the names and protecting the children from possible reprisals were real, the panel said, the U.N. would have acted to offer protection. "Instead, no one took any steps whatsoever to locate the children."
2ND WAVE CHINA AND KINGS OF THE EAST MARCH TO ISRAEL - THE ACTUAL START OF WW3
12 And the sixth angel poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates;(WERE WW3 STARTS IN IRAQ OR SYRIA OR TURKEY) and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the east might be prepared.
13 And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs come out of the mouth of the dragon,(SATAN) and out of the mouth of the beast,(WORLD DICTATOR) and out of the mouth of the false prophet.(FALSE POPE)
14 For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.(WERE 2 BILLION DIE FROM NUKE WAR)
15 Behold, I come as a thief. Blessed is he that watcheth, and keepeth his garments, lest he walk naked, and they see his shame.
16 And he gathered them together into a place called in the Hebrew tongue Armageddon.(ITS AT THIS TIME I BELIEVE WHEN AMERICA GETS NUKED BY RUSSIA ON THE WAY TO THE MIDEAST)
DANIEL 11:44 (2ND WAVE OF WW3)
44 But tidings out of the east(CHINA) and out of the north(RUSSIA, MUSLIMS WHATS LEFT FROM WAVE 1) shall trouble him:(EU DICTATOR IN ISRAEL) therefore he shall go forth with great fury to destroy, and utterly to make away many.( 1/3RD OF EARTHS POPULATION)
12 One woe is past; and, behold, there come two woes more hereafter.
13 And the sixth angel sounded, and I heard a voice from the four horns of the golden altar which is before God,
14 Saying to the sixth angel which had the trumpet, Loose the four(DEMONIC WAR) angels which are bound in the great river Euphrates.(WORLDWIDE WAR)(TURKEY-IRAQ-SYRIA)(EUPHRATES RIVER CONSISTS OF 760 MILES IN TURKEY,440 MILES IN SYRIA AND 660 MILES IN IRAQ)
15 And the four(DEMONIC WAR) angels were loosed,(WORLDWIDE WAR) which were prepared for an hour, and a day, and a month, and a year, for to slay the third part of men.(1/3 Earths Population die in WW 3 2ND WAVE-2 billion)
16 And the number of the army of the horsemen were two hundred thousand thousand:(200 MILLION MAN ARMY FROM CHINA AND THE KINGS OF THE EAST) and I heard the number of them.
17 And thus I saw the horses in the vision, and them that sat on them, having breastplates of fire, and of jacinth, and brimstone: and the heads of the horses were as the heads of lions; and out of their mouths issued fire and smoke and brimstone.(NUCLEAR BOMBS)
18 By these three was the third part of men killed, by the fire, and by the smoke, and by the brimstone, which issued out of their mouths.(NUCLEAR BOMBS)
China Southern Airlines orders 110 planes worth $10 bn from Boeing-AFP-DEC 17,15-YAHOO NEWS
Beijing (AFP) - China Southern Airlines has ordered 110 planes from Boeing worth more than $10 billion at list prices, the airline said Thursday, as a Chinese boom in air travel defies slowing economic growth.The carrier, one of China's "Big Three" with the largest fleet by size, will purchase 30 Next-Generation 737 and 50 737 MAX planes valued at $7.24 billion at list prices, it said in a statement to the Shanghai stock exchange.The company's Xiamen Airlines unit will buy an additional 30 737 MAX models valued at $2.88 billion, it said in a separate statement.China, the world's second-largest economy, is already Asia's biggest aircraft buyer as a growing middle class takes to the skies in ever-increasing numbers.Earlier this month, China's budget carrier Spring Airlines announced plans to buy 60 aircraft from Boeing rival Airbus, worth $6.3 billion at list prices.State-owned China Aviation Supplies Holding Group also signed a deal with Airbus at the end of October, pledging a purchase of 100 A320 aircraft worth $9.7 billion at list prices.But Thursday's announcement comes at a tumultuous time at China Southern.The company's chairman, Si Xianmin, was put under investigation by Chinese authorities in November for "severe violations of discipline", a phrase which typically refers to corruption.His company recorded a 48.4 percent year-on-year fall in net profit to 1.17 billion yuan ($186 million) in the third quarter, according to an earnings report.The listed unit confirmed the investigation, saying it continued to operate in the "usual and ordinary" course of business in a statement.The major Boeing order comes despite slowing growth in the Chinese economy, which aviation industry officials fear could hurt air travel.China logged its worst economic performance since the global financial crisis in the third quarter, with gross domestic product rising just 6.9 percent -- its lowest level in six years.Chicago-based Boeing has estimated that China will add 6,330 new aircraft worth $950 billion to its commercial fleet by 2034.And the company is investing on those forecasts, announcing in September it had reached deals with Chinese firms to sell 300 aircraft worth some $38 billion, and will set up a completion centre for its narrow-body 737 airliners in China -- the firm's first outside of the US."China's rapidly growing aviation market plays a crucial role in our current and future success," said Boeing chairman Jim McNerney at the time.
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