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A Dim Mirror- Prophecy Signs for October 30, 2014



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For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I have been fully known. (1 Corinthians 13:12)


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Headline:   Sweden officially recognizes Palestinian state, Israel recalls ambassador

Sweden has recognized the occupied state of Palestine officially, according to its foreign ministry. The Scandinavian has become the first West-European EU state to recognize the territories. Israel has recalled its ambassador in Sweden. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas has already welcomed the “historic” move by Sweden. “President Abbas welcomes Sweden’s decision,” Nabil Abu Rudeina, the leader’s spokesman told AFP. The reaction from Israel followed soon after: “The decision of the Swedish government to recognize a Palestinian state is a deplorable decision which only strengthens extremist elements and Palestinian rejectionizm,” the Jewish state’s Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said. Later in the day, Israel’s Foreign Ministry said the country is recalling its ambassador in Sweden for consultations in protest of the move. Lieberman even considers permanently removing the ambassador, Isaac Bachman, from his position, reported Haaretz. This move would officially downgrade Israel’s relations with Sweden.
Oct. 30, 2014

Headline:     IDF Comes Under Fire Along Syrian Border

IDF forces conducting a routine patrol along the Syrian border on the Golan Heights came under fire from Syria on Thursday afternoon. The force reported that it had been targeted by gunfire, and proceeded to conduct a search for the sources of the attack. No wounds or damage was reported as having been caused by the attack. Syrian rebels, including Al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front forces, reportedly took control of the Syrian Golan Heights in early September through fierce fighting with Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces, and in the process seized the weapons and equipment of UN forces in the area. The region has remained tense, with the fighting often spilling over – accidentally or intentionally – in the form of shells frequently streaking into Israeli territory. The gunfire from Syria comes after a different border was recently hit by an attack; just last Wednesday drug smugglers on the Sinai border opened fire with anti-tank missiles on IDF patrols in the Negev, wounding two female soldiers.
Oct. 30, 2014

Headline:     Jerusalem Church Under Siege From Local Arabs

An eastern Jerusalem church has come under siege from local Arab residents as a property dispute has devolved into repeated bouts of harassment, theft, and physical violence against church employees and property. “When we said we would not sell [the church], they decided to take it by force,” Pastor Karen Dunham of the Living Bread International Church told The Jerusalem Post. Located near the Damascus Gate of Jerusalem’s Old City, Living Bread is a non-denominational church with offices in Israel, Gaza, and Jericho that seeks to reach out with “humanitarian aid to the poor and the refugees with aid and education,” its website says. According to Dunham, the church has been attacked by men with knifes, clubs, pepper spray, and gas by local Arab men. The men have destroyed the church’s security cameras and a metal security fence, in addition to threatening to “cut the heads off” two orphans with disabilities. Dunham has appealed to local police for protection and the arrest of suspects behind the threats and attacks. “The last couple of weeks is when most of the violence has happened, and now they are not allowing our staff to walk in the street to get to and from work,” she said.
Oct. 30, 2014

Headline:     Israel closes Temple Mount to Muslims, Jews following shooting

Headline:      Netanyahu Slams International ‘Hypocrisy’ over Glick Shooting

Headline:     Police Prepare for Burial of Glick’s Would-be Assassin

Headline:      Islamic Jihad Takes Responsibility for Glick Shooting

Israel decided Wednesday night to prohibit access to the Temple Mount Thursday to both Muslim and Jewish worshipers and visitors until further notice, following the shooting in Jerusalem of Rabbi Yehudah Glick, a right-wing activist with the Temple Mount Faithful. Jerusalem District Police Commander Moshe Edri together with Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch assessed intelligence reports on the ground, according to a police spokesman, and issued a directive barring Muslims and Jews from accessing the holy site. Right-wing activists, including some members of Knesset, had called to march on the Temple Mount en masse Thursday morning in response to the suspected attempted assassination which left Glick in serious, but stable, condition. Glick was shot three times outside the Jerusalem’s Begin Center following a conference about the Jewish presence on the Temple Mount. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has issued a public response to the attempt on Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick’s life Thursday, calling out the international community and the Palestinian Authority (PA) in the process for “hypocrisy” regarding incitement. “A few days ago, I said that we were facing a wave of incitement by radical Islamic elements and by Palestinian Authority Chairman Abu Mazen [Mahmoud Abbas – ed.] who said that Jews must be prevented from going up to the Temple Mount by any means possible,” he continued. “I still have not heard from the international community so much as one word of condemnation for these inflammatory remarks. The international community needs to stop its hypocrisy and take action against inciters, against those who try to change the status quo.” Abbas stated, minutes before Netanyahu spoke, that closing the Temple Mount Thursday following the attack was a “declaration of war.” 
Oct. 30, 2014

Headline:  Fatah calls for ‘day of rage’ on Friday in Jerusalem

Headline:  Hamas, Islamic Jihad call for Palestinians to step up ‘resistance’ against Israel

Headline:  US Urges Israel to Open Temple Mount to Muslims

Fatah, the political party of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, called for a “day of rage” Friday in the defense of the al-Aqsa Mosque compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, after Israel closed the site Thursday amid continuing East Jerusalem riots and after the attempted assassination of a right-wing activist. The official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported the call to action on Thursday. “Fatah calls to its fighters and to the masses of the Palestinian people to aid the Al-Aqsa Mosque and occupied Jerusalem,” Fatah said in an announcement that was translated into English by Israel-based Palestinian Media Watch. Israel has since announced it would reopen the site for Friday prayers. WAFA also reported that the Fatah Mobilization and Organization Commission had “called to set tomorrow as a day of rage throughout the homeland and in countries which are home to refugees, to express the Palestinian people’s opposition to any attack on the holy places and foremost among them the Al-Aqsa Mosque… And to consider desecration of Al-Aqsa as a declaration of a religious war against the Palestinian people and the Arab Islamic nations.”

***Let’s recap. A Palestinian attempts to gun down a Jewish nationalist, thereby committing an act of attempted murder, an act of terrorism, and a hate crime. Israeli authorities track the guy down. He doesn’t go quietly, no. He decides to engage Israeli authorities in a gun fight – and loses. The Israelis react by closing down the property on which the al-Aqsa mosque sits. Then Palestinian Authority’s President Mahmoud Abbas says Israel escalated the situation. HYPOCRISY INDEED
Oct. 30, 2014 

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Cooltextprophecysign“Do not keep silent, O God! Do not hold Your peace, And do not be still, O God! For behold, Your enemies make a tumult; And those who hate You have lifted up their head. They have taken crafty counsel against Your people, And consulted together against Your sheltered ones. They have said, “Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, That the name of Israel may be remembered no more.” (Psalm 83)




Headline: Jordan Accuses Israel of ‘State Terrorism’ over Temple Mount Ban

Jordan on Thursday accused Israel of “state terrorism” after it closed Jerusalem’s Temple Mount to Muslim and Jewish visitors alike, following the attempted assassination of a prominent Jewish rights activist. Israel said its closure of the site – the holiest in Judaism and also home to the Al Aqsa mosque compound – was temporary and aimed at calming tempers as tensions continue to simmer after the prime suspect in the shooting of Rabbi Yehuda Glick died in a shootout with police. Jordan’s Islamic affairs minister, Hayel Daoud, denounced the Jewish state for “closing the gates of Al-Aqsa mosque and preventing the faithful from entering”, state news agency Petra reported. He urged the international community to help Jordan put pressure on Israel “to raise the terrorist blockade” imposed on the compound. “This is a dangerous escalation by the authorities of the occupation and state terrorism that we can neither accept nor keep silent about,” Daoud said. Despite it being the holiest site in Judaism, Jews are forbidden to pray on the Temple Mount in what activists – including Glick – have roundly condemned as capitulation by the Israeli government to Islamist threats.
Oct. 30, 2014


Headline:   Lebanese denounce closure of Al-Aqsa Mosque

Lebanese political parties from across the spectrum have slammed Israel’s decision to close down the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem Thursday in response to the overnight shooting of an ultra-nationalist Jewish activist. The Israeli government, however, announced later Thursday that the mosque had been reopened. Hezbollah saluted the “heroic operation against Zionist extremism,” a statement by the party said, lauding Palestinians who seek to defend Al-Aqsa Mosque and offer “sacrifices for this sacred symbol in the history of Islam and the history of humanity.” Hezbollah denounced “the flagrant assault that led to the death of the freed captive Moataz Hejazi and the arrest of his relatives,” the statement added. It also called on Arabs and Muslims to stand with Palestinians and their “heroic resistance.”
Oct. 30, 2014

Headline:  Lebanese army detains 50 in north after weekend clashes

Lebanese troops detained 50 people in raids on towns and Syrian refugee camps in the north of the country, the army said on Thursday, part of a security crackdown after battles with Islamist gunmen over the weekend. The army has mounted several raids since Islamist militants clashed with soldiers in and around the northern city of Tripoli from Friday to Sunday, some of the worst fighting to spill over to Lebanon from the Syrian civil war. Soldiers moved on the towns of al-Minya, Mashta Hassan, Mashta Hammoud and refugee camps in the town of Behneen on Wednesday. The 50 detainees were mainly Syrian but included nine Lebanese and one Palestinian, an army statement said. In one of the raids, soldiers seized a number of weapons including rocket-propelled grenade launchers as well as communications equipment, the statement said.
Oct. 30, 2014


Headline:    Lebanese troops, militants clash near Syria

Lebanese security forces have exchanged fire with al-Qaeda-linked militants in the Bekaa Valley near the border with Syria. Local sources said the clashes erupted outside the towns of Deir al-Ghazal and Qusaya on Wednesday when al-Nusra Front militants tried to infiltrate into Lebanon from Syria. The Lebanese army, supported by Syrian soldiers on the other side of the border, halted the terrorists’ advance, with Hezbollah fighters also giving a hand to prevent their infiltration.
Oct. 30, 2014


Headline:  Army blows up houses, Egyptians evacuate near Gaza

Headline:    Egypt has right to build Sinai buffer zone: US

With dynamite and bulldozers, Egypt’s army demolished dozens of homes along its border with the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, after the military ordered residents out to make way for a planned buffer zone meant to stop militants and smugglers. The plan to clear 10,000 residents from some 800 houses over just several days has angered the area’s already disgruntled population, which has long held grievances with Cairo. “To throw 10,000 people into the street in a second, this is the biggest threat to national security,” said Ayman Mohsen, whose sister left her house located 350 meters from the border. Speaking to The Associated Press via online messages, he said the army told residents to leave on Tuesday within 48 hours, and that houses would be blown up even if people remain inside. The move to set up the planned 13-kilometer (8-mile) buffer zone, which will be 500 meters (yards) wide, comes after militants attacked an army checkpoint near Sheikh Zuweyid town last week, killing 31 soldiers. No group claimed responsibility. After the attack, Egypt declared a three-month state of emergency and dawn-to-dusk curfew there and indefinitely closed the Gaza crossing, the only non-Israeli passage for the crowded strip with the world. In an attempt to assuage residents’ frustration, President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi ordered local authorities to quickly give compensation to residents who left their homes. “Egypt will never forget its honorable people of Sinai, their well-documented patriotic stances and their sacrifices to the nation,” he said through spokesman Alaa Youssef.
Oct. 30, 2014

***If Israel did this, the entire world would talk of nothing else, ‘condemning’ them left and right

   Damascus ISIS
Syria Iraq ISIS- the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (the Levant) ISIS=ISIL=IS=Daash

Syria    IraqKurdistan


Iraq                              Syria                          Kurdistan

Syria Headline:  IS kills 30 Assad men; Homs blast injures 37

Syria Headline: ISIS gain control in Shaer gas field

At least 37 people, including children, were injured in a car bomb attack on a government-controlled neighborhood in the central Syrian city of Homs on Wednesday, state television reported. “Terrorists detonated a car bomb in the center of Al-Zahraa neighborhood, causing deaths and injuries,” it said. It later said at least 37 people had been hurt, including children who were “in serious condition,” adding that the blast had caused major damage. The bombing is the latest in a series of attacks targeting government-controlled areas of Homs city.
Meanwhile, Islamic State group men attacked an oil and gas field in Syria, killing at least 30 pro-regime gunmen and security guards, a monitoring group said Wednesday. “IS managed to control parts of the field,” the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said after Tuesday’s assault at Shaer, in Homs province. An unknown number of militants were also killed, Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP.
Oct. 30, 2014

Syria Headline: Syria rebel commander: Send fighters to Aleppo, not Kobani

Syria Headline: The violent clashes are still erupting in differnet areas in Aleppo

Syria Headline: Is Syrian army heading for victory in Aleppo?

Sending additional Syrian rebel forces to Kobani is a mistake, a senior rebel commander said Thursday, warning that the fighters are needed to stave off President Bashar Assad’s forces who are poised to encircle Aleppo, a key city. Nizar al-Khateeb, a commander of the Dawn of Freedom brigade, fought in Kobani until last week and is set to return to the northern Syrian town this weekend. “It was wrong to send more fighters to Kobane, because we need more forces in Aleppo where the situation is very critical,” al-Khateeb, who is allied to the Free Syrian Army movement, told a press conference in Istanbul. “The regime is trying to close the circle around Aleppo. We need all the fighters we can get there,” he added.
Oct. 30, 2014

Syria Headline: Syrian air strikes kill over 200 civilians in 10 days – monitor

Bombing runs by the Syrian air force over the past 10 days have killed at least 221 civilians, a third of them children, a group monitoring Syria’s civil war said on Thursday. The intensifying offensive by President Bashar al-Assad’s forces has heightened concerns among his opponents that he may be taking advantage of U.S.-led air raids on Islamic State insurgents to regain territory elsewhere in the country. Since Oct. 20 the Syrian military has staged at least 769 attacks including barrel bombings in many areas of Syria, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, and more than 500 people have been wounded. It said the strikes targeted the eastern province of Deir al-Zor, Homs in central Syria as well as contested provinces in the more populated west such as Latakia, Quneitra, Hama, Aleppo, Idlib and Deraa, as well as the fringes of Damascus. “The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights renews its condemnation at the continued silence of the international community regarding the massacres committed daily by the regime of Bashar al-Assad against the sons of the Syrian people.”
Oct. 30, 2014

Syria Headline:  ISW Syria Update October 17-October 29, 2014

Syria Headline:  Syrian Observatory for Human Rights


Iraq Headline:  IS militants execute 30 Iraqi tribal fighters, soldiers

Iraq Headline:  IS fighters execute up to 220 Iraqis in retaliation for opposition

Islamic State group militants lined up 30 men in western Iraq and shot them dead Wednesday, an official and residents said, the latest mass killing carried out by the group since its advance across the country. The slayings, on a main street in the Al-Bakir district in the town of Hit, targeted Sunnis tribal fighters allied with the government and members of the security forces that the extremists captured when they overran the town, the official and the residents said. The militants first paraded the men through town, shouting through loudspeakers that the captured men were apostates who fought against them, residents said. The extremists then lined up the men and shot them dead with assault rifles, residents said. Meanwhile, Two mass graves were discovered today containing some of the 300 members of the Sunni Muslim Albu Nimr tribe that Islamic State had seized this week. The captives, men aged between 18 and 55, had been shot at close range, said witnesses.
Oct. 30, 2014


Iraq Headline:  Iraqi Security Forces Withdraw to Defensive Positions in Anbar Province

Iraqi Army units in Anbar province have adopted a largely defensive posture in October 2014, retreating to their bases and leaving the defense of most urban areas in the hands of local Iraqi Police and Sunni tribal forces. The recent success of ISIS offensives in western Anbar will place the ISF in an inferior position for launching future counter-offensives. Many of the ISF units in Anbar are now understrength, suffer poor morale, and lack decisive leadership – leaving them vulnerable to ISIS attempts to isolate, encircle, and destroy the remaining Iraqi Army presence in the province. If the Iraqi Army cannot reinforce its positions and regain the offensive, the ISF may find itself hard-pressed to curb ISIS momentum in Anbar province and the western Baghdad Belts.
Oct. 30, 2014

Iraq Headline:    ISW Iraq Situation Report October 28-29, 2014

Kurdish Headline: First Peshmerga fighters enter Syria’s Kobani

Kurdish Headline: Syria condemns Turkey for allowing foreign fighters to enter

The first group of Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government forces, known as Peshmerga, has reportedly entered Syria’s northern city of Kobani to join the fight against the ISIL militants. According to the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, ten Peshmerga fighters entered the besieged town on Thursday through the border crossing with Turkey to help the Kurds there fight against the ISIL. “Minutes ago, about 10 members of the Kurdish Peshmerga forces entered the town of Ayn al-Arab (the Arabic name for Kobani), through the border crossing between the town and Turkish territory,” the UK-based group said. This was the first from among a group of 150 Kurdish fighters who are to be deployed to the embattled city. Reports say the rest will only gradually join their comrades because the border crossing has been targeted by the Takfiri group.
Oct. 30, 2014


Kurdish Headline: Shia militiamen arrest Peshmerga near Kirkuk

A Shia militia fired on Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga forces and arrested a number of soldiers, local officials said on Thursday. The confrontation occurred near Tuz Khurmatu, southeast of Kirkuk, at a checkpoint separating Peshmerga-held areas from territory held by a local affiliate of the Badr Organization, whose militant wing is one of the most powerful Shia militias in Iraq. The reported incident was described as having taken place in recent days. Kirkuk, which Peshmerga forces secured after the Iraqi army fled an Islamic State offensive in August, is regarded by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Erbil as Kurdish territory. But this is disputed by Baghdad and by leaders of the Shia and Sunni communities. Two Peshmerga were injured in the attack, which the officials claim was instigated by the Shia militia. “I barely survived the attack, and then they wanted to arrest me even though I was injured,” Shakhawan Kareem told Rudaw. The group arrested ten Peshmerga in the wake of the stand-off, but later released seven. Local officials said the Shia threatened they would send the three remaining Peshmerga to Baghdad for trail, although the Kurdish officers present said that had not happened yet. “This problem was caused by a misunderstanding,” Shalal Abdul, the mayor of Tuz Khurmatu told Rudaw. He has convened an emergency committee to try to resolve the issue. The Badr Brigades and Peshmerga forces have cooperated on a number of offensives—most successfully the battle of Amerli at the end of August—but they have also clashed on several occasions, especially in the area south of disputed Kirkuk. A local, wishing to remain anonymous for fear of his safety, indicated that many of the area’s Sunni residents fled the area after repeated harassment from the Shia militia.
Oct. 30, 2014    

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Headline: GOP lawmakers urge administration to suspend Gitmo transfers over ISIS concerns

Republican lawmakers called Thursday for the Obama administration to suspend detainee transfers from Guantanamo Bay following a Fox News report that as many as 20 to 30 former prisoners are suspected by intelligence and Defense officials of having joined forces with the Islamic State and other militant groups inside Syria. Some of those former Guantanamo detainees were released within the last three years. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., said in a statement the development “underscores the risks we face when Guantanamo detainees are released based on a misguided desire to close Guantanamo — rather than the national security interests of the United States.” She urged President Obama to suspend further transfers “at least until a thorough review can be conducted to better understand how many former Guantanamo detainees have joined ISIS and what we can do to prevent such an outcome in the future.”
Oct. 30, 2014

Psalm 83

Listed below are the nations which will attack Israel from Ezekiel chapter 38 and their modern day names (see chart above). 

Gog is the leader of the Russian invasion of Israel.

Magog, Meshech, and Tubal comprise modern day Russia.

Persia is Iran, parts of northern Iraq, and Afghanistan.

Cush is Ethiopia and Sudan.

Put is Libya and will most likely include Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco.

Gomer is Eastern Germany.

Beth Togarmah is Turkey and Armenia. 


Headline:  NATO says Russian jets, bombers circle Europe in unusual incidents

Headline:  Turkish fighters intercept Russian jets in Black Sea amid ‘unusual’ air activity

Headline: German jets scrambled to face Russian planes

NATO said Wednesday that it had intercepted a large number of Russian aircraft flying close to European airspace in the past two days, in an “unusual” series of incidents that brought Russian bombers as far afield as Portugal. The aircraft — at least 19 in all — offered reminders of Russian air power at a time of the worst relations between the West and Russia since the Cold War. Russian military aircraft have significantly increased their activity in Europe since the conflict in Ukraine began earlier this year, with NATO scrambling to intercept aircraft more than 100 times in 2014. But a NATO official said the scale of the latest incidents was the most provocative this year. Over the Atlantic Ocean and the North, Black and Baltic seas, Russian bombers, fighter jets and tanker aircraft were detected flying in international airspace, NATO said. There were no incursions into national airspace, a violation of sovereignty that would have significantly amplified the seriousness of the four incidents, three of which took place on Wednesday. “We’re raising it as an unusual level of activity,” said Lt. Col. Jay Janzen, a spokesman for NATO’s military command in Mons, Belgium. “The flights we’ve seen in the last 24 hours, the size of those flights and some of the flight plans are definitely unusual.”
Oct. 29, 2014

Headline:  Seven Ukrainian soldiers killed in country’s restive east

The Ukrainian army says fighting between Kiev troops and pro-Russia forces in the restive east regions of the country has left at least seven soldiers dead in the past 24 hours. “Over the last 24 hours, we have lost seven servicemen, 11 were injured,” the Ukrainian military spokesman, Andriy Lysenko, said on Thursday. The incident came following a relative calm during the weekend, when Ukraine held snap parliamentary elections. The Ukrainian government has accused pro-Russians of attacking Ukraine’s positions over the past three days. The latest fatalities raise Kiev’s military losses to 160 since the September 5 inking of a ceasefire deal with the pro-Russia activists.
Oct. 30, 2014 


Headline:  Iran wants sanctions lifted as part of nuclear deal: official

Iran wants all Western sanctions to be lifted as part of a deal on its contested nuclear programme by a November deadline, a top official said Wednesday. The announcement came amid intensifying efforts to conclude a definitive pact. The six powers in the talks with Iran — Britain, China, France, Russia, the United States plus Germany, known as the P5+1 — have set November 24 as the deadline. The chairman of the Iranian parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi said the US proposal of a gradual lifting of sanctions was “unacceptable.” “If we want a definitive accord on November 24, there must be an immediate lifting of sanctions,” he told a news conference in Paris.
Oct. 30, 2014



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Headline:   War News for Thursday, October 30, 2014

Reported security incidents
#1: At least four militants were killed today when a US drone struck their compound in northwestern Pakistan’s restive tribal region bordering Afghanistan, officials said.

#2: Eight soldiers were killed in a clash with militants in restive northwest, officials said Wednesday, as security forces carried out a clearance operation. “Eight soldiers embraced shahadat (martyrdom) during fierce fighting and exchange of fire with terrorists,” a local security official based in Peshawar told AFP. He said that 21 militants were also killed.

#3: About six Afghan soldiers and 19 militants have been killed across Afghanistan within the past 24 hours, the country’s Defense Ministry said on Thursday afternoon.

An insurgent was killed and four others wounded in an operation conducted by security forces in Nangarhar province last night.

#4: A foreign soldier was wounded while a suicide bomber attacked on foreign troops in Bargram today.

#5: At least three Taliban militants were blown up by explosives in southern Kandahar province of Afghanistan on Thursday. According to local government officials, the incident took place around 7;00 am local time while the Taliban militants were busy planting Improvised Explosive Device (IED).




Headline:  S Sudan army repels attack on Bentiu: Defense min.

South Sudanese forces have repelled an attack by rebels against the key northern oil hub town of Bentiu, the country’s defense minister says. Kuol Manyang said on Thursday that fierce fighting over the control of the city has left many casualties, adding that the town remains under the army control. “We have a lot of wounded people we are trying to evacuate from Bentiu,” Manyang said. “Bentiu is under control, there is calm now.” The rebel attack came after skirmishes outside the town earlier this week.
Oct. 30, 2014




Headline: Fresh clashes kill 10 as rockets hit Libya’s Benghazi

Headline:   Libya military spokesman: Army in central Benghazi

A fresh spate of clashes in the northeastern Libyan city of Benghazi has claimed the lives of at least 10 people. According to the Libyan medical sources, at least 10 people lost their lives after rockets hit several residential areas in the violence-ravaged city of Benghazi on Wednesday. The recent clashes have flared up between the Libyan army backed by forces loyal to former General Khalifa Haftar and militias who are currently in control of Benghazi. The clashes have left at least 200 people dead over the past two weeks. Meanwhile, the country’s internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thani called on militia groups to take part in reconciliation talks. “We open the doors of dialogue with our brothers on the condition that there be concessions from all sides,” the Libyan premier told reporters on Wednesday. Today’s clashes came shortly after the United Nations special envoy to Libya, Bernardino Leon, expressed serious concern over the deteriorating situation in Benghazi.
Oct. 29, 2014




Headline:    Morocco to provide military assistance to UAE in fight against terrorism

Morocco is set to provide the United Arab Emirates with military assistance in the fight against terror and as part of broader regional security and military cooperation with the Gulf, a high-level Moroccan official told Asharq Al-Awsat on Wednesday. “The Moroccan initiative is part of a comprehensive proactive strategy against the recurrent global threats that are [also] threatening Morocco,” said the source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The news of Moroccan support for the small Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) country was subsequently confirmed by a report issued by the UAE’s state news agency WAM. “In line with the directives of King Mohammed VI, the Kingdom of Morocco will provide active support to the UAE in its fight against terrorism and its efforts to maintain regional and international peace and stability,” WAM reported, in news attributed to a Moroccan Foreign Ministry announcement. The Moroccan initiative “supports and complements the other measures taken on Moroccan territory to preserve the security and tranquility of Moroccan citizens in the face of the threat of international terrorism,” the statement added. The high-level Moroccan official, speaking to Asharq Al-Awsat on the condition of anonymity, said that Rabat is seeking greater and security and military cooperation with the UAE to complement a new anti-terror plan launched in the North African kingdom this week.
Oct. 30, 2014




Headline:  Killing of fourth Turkish soldier in a week threatens fragile peace with Kurds

Unidentified gunmen have murdered a Turkish soldier in the southeast of the country, the military said on Thursday, in the fourth such killing in less than a week, dealing a further blow to an already shaky peace process between Kurdish militants and the Turkish state. Two masked men shot the officer at close range in the back of the head while he was out shopping with his family on Wednesday afternoon in Diyarbakir, the largest city in Turkey’s predominantly Kurdish southeast, the military said in a statement. The incident comes only days after three Turkish soldiers were gunned down on Saturday in Hakkari province further east, also while out shopping, which the military has since blamed on militants from the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). Those killings were reportedly in retaliation for the killing of three PKK insurgents a day earlier in eastern Kars province after the militants had launched a raid on a power plant. The military condemned Wednesday’s “brutal” attack but said it had not yet identified the assailants. The recent spate of violence has threatened to derail fragile peace negotiations launched by Ankara two years ago with the PKK’s jailed leader Abdullah Ocalan. Apart from isolated incidents, the country had enjoyed a relative calm since the start of talks, and after Ocalan called a ceasefire to mark the Kurdish New Year in March 2013.
Oct. 30, 2014

nation against nationCooltextprophecysignLuke 21:9 and Matthew 24:7 speak of nation against nation and kingdom against kingdom in the end times. Revelation 6:3-4 speaks of the fiery red horse given power to make men slay one another and Revelation 6:8 speaks again of this red horse in conjunction with the pale horse of Death and Hades, as the one that has the power to kill by sword.  Luke 21:9: wars & commotions; the Greek word here is Akatastasia, meaning instability, a state of disorder, disturbance, confusion (revolutions)   Matthew 24:7: the Greek word for nation is Ethnos & refers to various ethnic groups fighting among themselves, where the next sentence in the verse refers to kingdoms (basileiva) fighting one another (not to be confused with an actual kingdom but rather the right or authority to rule over a kingdom)

Headline: Boko Haram seizes Mubi town in Adamawa

Takfiri Boko Haram militants have reportedly captured the second largest city in Nigeria’s northeast Adamawa State, amid fierce clashes between Nigerian troops and the militants. Mubi, which is one of the commercial hubs of the state, fell into the hands of the Boko Haram group on Wednesday, when several people were killed and many others forced to flee their homes. Residents, who fled to neighboring areas, said that militants first overran the northeastern town of Uba in Borno state before moving to try to seize Mubi, using firepower including rocket-propelled grenades. “They (the militants) killed several people, especially around the market, where traders had gone for commercial activities,” said the Kukawa local government chairman Modu Musa. “There is virtually not a single resident left in Mubi. Everybody has left to save their lives,” said local resident Habu Saidu. Boko Haram Takfiri militants also burnt down Mubi police station as well as other command centers and freed prisoners after attacking a prison yard in the town.
Oct. 30, 2014

Headline:  Protesters demand Burkina Faso president quit, burn parliament

Headline:  Burkina Faso President Declares Emergency After Unrest

Tens of thousands of protesters demanding the ousting of Burkina Faso’s veteran President Blaise Compaore faced off with security forces outside the presidential palace after burning parliament and ransacking state television on Thursday. At least three protesters were shot dead and scores were wounded by security forces, emergency services said, as the vast crowd tried to storm the home of the president’s brother and overran other state buildings. It was not immediately possible to confirm the whereabouts of President Compaore, who seized power in the gold and cotton-producing West African nation in a coup 27 years ago. But there were signs of political maneuvering. The military command announced it would issue a statement later in the day and opposition leaders said they had held talks with retired General Kouame Lougue, a former defense minister, about forming a transitional government. A Reuters witness saw General Lougue march afterwards to the presidential palace with supporters, and soldiers at the scene said he was allowed inside with a handful of aides. Crowds stormed parliament earlier in the day in protest against a vote due on Thursday on a government plan to change the constitution to allow the president to stand for a third term next year. As protests spread, communications minister Alain Edouard Traore said the government had dropped the plan. But opposition leaders and demonstrators said they would not stop until the president left.
Oct. 30, 2014

one-world-religionCooltextprophecysign The Coming One world religion Revelation 13:12 & Revelation 17:1-6 “And he exercises all the authority of the first beast in his presence, and causes the earth and those who dwell in it to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed” (Rev. 13:12) “One of the seven angels who had the seven bowls came and said to me, “Come, I will show you the punishment of the great prostitute, who sits on many waters. With her the kings of the earth committed adultery and the inhabitants of the earth were intoxicated with the wine of her adulteries.” Then the angel carried me away in the Spirit into a desert. There I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet beast that was covered with blasphemous names and had seven heads and ten horns. The woman was dressed in purple and scarlet, and was glittering with gold, precious stones and pearls. She held a golden cup in her hand, filled with abominable things and the filth of her adulteries. This title was written on her forehead: mystery Babylon the great the mother of prostitutes and of the abominations of the earth. I saw that the woman was drunk with the blood of the saints, the blood of those who bore testimony to Jesus.”(Rev. 17:1-6)

Headline:  The Pope’s Embrace Of Evolution Brings Us One Step Closer To A One World Religion

If you wanted to create a religion that almost everyone would love, how would you do it?  Perhaps you would change your faith to make it more appealing to a modern world that is changing at blinding speed.  Perhaps you would indicate that you are willing to become more “mainstream” on hot button issues such as gay rights.  Perhaps you would invite leaders of other religions from all over the planet to come visit you and make it clear that you consider all of those religions to be valid as well. And all of that “unscientific stuff” about God creating the world in six days and creating mankind out of the dust of the Earth?  Well, all of that is just going to have to be thrown out.  If all of this sounds vaguely familiar to you, that is because this is exactly what Pope Francis has been doing.
Oct. 29, 2014

Yale-study-predicts-huge-increase-in-Ebola-cases-in-LiberiaCooltextprophecysignPestilence & Plagues Luke 21:11 & Revelation 6:8 “And there will be great earthquakes in various places, and famines and pestilences; and there will be fearful sights and great signs from heaven.” (Luke) “So I looked, and behold, a pale horse. And the name of him who sat on it was Death, and Hades followed with him. And power was given to them over a fourth of the earth, to kill with sword, with hunger, with death (Thanatos in Greek meaning the death of the body whether natural or violent), and by the beasts of the earth” (Revelation)

Headline: Saudi Arabia finds six new MERS cases as outbreak grows

Saudi Arabia said late on Wednesday it had detected six new cases of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in 24 hours, the biggest daily jump for months with officials blaming lax hospital procedures. The recent surge in cases, now numbering 32 since the start of October, has been focused in Riyadh and the western city of Taif, but it remains far less extensive than an outbreak in April and May that infected hundreds. MERS causes coughing, fever and sometimes pneumonia, killing around 40 percent of its victims. The vast majority of confirmed cases worldwide have been found in Saudi Arabia, where 786 people have been infected, of whom 334 have died. Two of the new cases announced by the health ministry were in medical personnel, adding to concerns about the standard of infection control procedures in medical facilities. Three different Taif hospitals have been affected. Some of the people infected with MERS in Taif this month were being treated in one renal clinic in a hospital in the city, which authorities regard as being responsible for some of the transmissions, a senior Health Ministry official said.
Oct. 30, 2014

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October 23, 2014 – Fish kill remains mysterious at Yerrabi Pond Australia

October 25, 2014 – Montelimar : 500 kilos of fish decimated by pollution Roubion France

October 26, 2014 – Mass death of fish in Sampur, Kattankudy seas; authorities take immediate action Sri Lanka

October 27, 2014 – Algae bloom killed 95 percent of fish at Lake Van last week in New Mexico

October 27, 2014 – Appearance of thousands of dead fish in Lake Valsequillo Mexico

October 28, 2014 – Millions of dead fish polluting Riam Kanan River Indonesia

October 28, 2014 – Mass die offs of Sitka sea stars reported in Alaska


This 26 October, 2003 NASA Solar and HelCooltextprophecysignScorching Sun Isaiah30:26 , Revelation 16:8-9 & Revelation 7:16, Malachi 4:1 “Moreover the light of the moon will be as the light of the sun, And the light of the sun will be sevenfold, As the light of seven days, In the day that the Lord binds up the bruise of His people And heals the stroke of their wound.” (Isaiah 30:26) “Then the fourth angel poured out his bowl on the sun, and power was given to him to scorch men with fire. And men were scorched with great heat, and they blasphemed the name of God who has power over these plagues; and they did not repent and give Him glory.” (Revelation 16:8-9) “Never again will they hunger; never again will they thirst. The sun will not beat upon them, nor any scorching heat.” ( Revelation 7: 16) “For behold, the day is coming,Burning like an oven, And all the proud, yes, all who do wickedly will be stubble. And the day which is coming shall burn them up,” Says the Lord of hosts, “That will leave them neither root nor branch” (Malachi 4:1) Drought Jeremiah 50:38 & Isaiah 42:15 “A drought is against her waters, and they will be dried up. For it is the land of carved images, And they are insane with their idols.” (Jeremiah)“I will lay waste the mountains and hills, And dry up all their vegetation; I will make the rivers coastlands, And I will dry up the pools.”(Isaiah)

Headline:  Israel To Help California Combat Worst Drought In History Following Losses Of $2.2 Billion

The Israelis know a thing or two when it comes to managing dry arid lands, and making them flourish, even when the rains don’t fall “in their time.” So when it came to getting some help for the poor farmers of California, who have suffered massive financial losses as a result of the dry weather, California Governor Jerry Brown contacted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the two men signed a strategic cooperation agreement earlier this year as part of which Israel, a world leader in the field of water, would help out the arid state. The droughts have already purportedly cost the state’s economy a whopping $2.2 billion and has left more than 500,000 acres of fields fallow in its wake. Being that California is the source for more than 50 percent of US fruit, vegetables and nuts, and almost 90 percent of America’s strawberries, olives, broccoli, nectarines and garlic, it’s vital that the state finds ways to cope with the rainless situation they are faced with. As part of the Israeli efforts to come to its closest allies’ aid, Prof. Eilon Adar, a world expert in groundwater flow systems, will work to help the state work out solutions to the issue. During a recent visit to San Fransisco and the Silicon Valley, Professor Adar toured numerous salination plants in northern California, and participated in a state-wide conference in which a wide range of technological solutions were presented. Adar said, “If we managed to overcome the water issues in the Middle East, we can do it anywhere in the world. Nonetheless, (to address the issue) they will need to improve the management and efficiency of the water market and increase and optimize the coordination between the water companies.” At the same time, the Israeli consul to California, Andy David, said to reporters, “We are pushing ahead with the water issue and branding Israel as part of the solution, an ally with the knowhow whom can come to help in a time of need.”
Oct. 29, 2014 

Frank Watchman


  1. Want to say thank you again for all the new’s. Love the Leopard.Don’t know if you know another beheading in Stillwell Oklahoma this week. Just want to thank again. God Bless you Frank. …..Melissa

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