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Jan. 5, 2018- ISIS declares war on Palestinian group Hamas


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Headline: ISIL declares war on Palestinian group Hamas with new video execution

The extremist ISIL group’s branch in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula has taken a simmering dispute with the Palestinian Hamas group based in nearby Gaza to new levels in a 22-minute video calling on its followers to attack the group and executing what it said was a collaborator. It’s an escalation that analysts say has the potential to destabilize an already fragile security situation in Gaza, the Palestinian enclave that Hamas has controlled for the past decade. “Never surrender to them. Use explosives, silenced pistols, and sticky bombs. Bomb their courts and their security locations, for these are the pillars of tyranny that prop up its throne,” said the knife wielding narrator, according to a translation distributed by the SITE Intelligence Group that monitors extremist web sites. The video cited Hamas’ crackdown on jihadist groups in Gaza and their failure to prevent the U.S. declaration of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, as reasons for attacking the group.
Jan. 4, 2018


Saudi Arabia

Headline: Yemen rebels fire missile at Saudi Arabia

Rebels in Yemen claim to have fired two missiles, one of which targeted a military camp in Saudi Arabia. Houthi fighters announced they had fired one in the direction of the city of Najran, which Saudi authorities confirmed was intercepted. Rebel-run Al Masirah TV said the missile hit its target with “high accuracy” and then claimed that another had been fired. Saudi Arabia said its air defences “intercepted and destroyed” the first missile, which had caused “minor damage” to one person’s home as shrapnel fell. There were no deaths. The second, the rebels said, was targeting Saudi-backed forces on Yemen’s western coast.
Jan. 5, 2018


Headline: Syria war: ‘Russian strikes’ kill 25 in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta

Twenty-five civilians are reported to have been killed in air strikes on two towns in the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta area outside Syria’s capital, Damascus. The Syria Civil Defence said one of its rescue workers was among 18 people who died when what witnesses identified as Russian jets bombed Misraba. Another six people died in suspected Russian strikes on Arbin, it added.The Syria Civil Defence said Russian jets fired “seismic missiles” on residential areas of Misraba overnight, causing several buildings to collapse. Nine women and two children were among the 18 people killed, it said, adding that the number might rise because some of the injured were in a critical condition. One of the organisation’s volunteer rescue workers – who are commonly known as the White Helmets – died after a “double-tap” strike on one building. The Syria Civil Defence said two children and two women were among the six people killed in the air strikes on Arbin, and that another three civilians were killed by government shellfire in Beit Sawa. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based monitoring group, put the death toll from the three towns at 23, and also said the warplanes that attacked Misraba and Arbin were believed to have been Russian.
Jan. 4, 2018



Headline: France believes that Turkey’s future should be in Europe, says Macron

Headline: France’s Macron suggests EU partnership with Turkey

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron met on Friday in Paris. The pair discussed Middle East issues with a particular focus on Syria, as well as bilateral cooperation, including the joint Eurosam consortium between Turkey, Italy and France which will develop air- and missile-defense systems and is expected to reduce Turkey’s security vulnerabilities. During Erdogan’s visit, an agreement was signed between ASELSAN, the prominent Turkish defense electronics company, and the Eurosam consortium.
Jan. 5, 2018


Headline: US, Russia gear up for UN showdown over Iran protests

Headline: IS supports Iranian anti-government protests

Headline: 50 killed says Iran opposition, as mass protests enter ninth day

The United States and Russia were set to face off Friday at the United Nations Security Council over how the international community should respond to the protests in Iran, after the U.S. called for an emergency session as it ramps up pressure on the hardline regime in Tehran. The Trump administration has taken a vocal approach to the situation in Iran, where at least 21 people have been killed and over 1,000 arrested as Iranians take to the streets to protest against the regime. In contrast to the U.S. response to the Iran protests in 2009, where the Obama administration took a relatively hands-off approach, President Trump has promised “great support” for the demonstrators, while the State Department has hinted at sanctions for officials who abuse protesters and said that it will use Facebook and Twitter to communicate directly with activists. “We must not be silent,” U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Tuesday. “The people of Iran are crying out for freedom. All freedom-loving people must stand with their cause.”
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Headline: Death toll from Kabul suicide bombing rises to 20

The death toll from the overnight suicide bombing in the heart of Kabul has risen to 20, a police official said on Friday. At least 27 policemen were wounded in the attack in the ninth police district near the Shinozada Private Hospital. Soon after the fatal assault, police said at least 11 people were killed and 25 others injured by the attacker, who detonated his explosives near a group of security personnel. By Friday morning, the number of fatalities jumped to 20, one police official told an international news agency. Tawab Khan, a resident of the locality, said a large number of security personnel had gathered in the area for a crackdown on shopkeepers involved in trading illicit substances. Shortly after the incident, Kabul Emergency Hospital tweeted that 20 injured had been evacuated to the medical facility.
Jan. 4, 2018


Headline: Burning Man Announces Newest Centerpiece: Temple to Greek Goddess

The Burning Man Festival, held in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada in August, has chosen its centerpiece structure, a massive wood temple dedicated to the Greek goddess Gaia, that is just one of the many pagan symbols featured at the popular desert gathering. The festival has certainly evolved from its humble beginnings over 30- years ago when 20 artists gathered on a Beach in San Francisco. The annual event is now a high-profile gathering that attracts over 70,000 to its isolated desert location. The Burning Man organizers announcedtwo weeks ago that they chose the design for the centerpiece temple of the festival. This year they will build a massive structure composed of 20 wood trusses converging as a spiral. In the center will be a large mandala, a symbol used by Buddhists as an aid in meditation. Designed by Mamou-Mani, a London-based French architect, the structure will be titled Galaxia. In fact, the organizers of Burning Man declare a central theme every year. These have included Dante’s Inferno and Fertility. Every festival culminates in the burning of a massive wood effigy based on the neo-pagan/Druid Wicker Man Ritual which replaced human sacrifice. At last year’s Radical Ritual themed festival, a man died after running into the huge Burning Man effigy. The campground is one large symbol, its boundaries marked off by a huge plastic fence forming a pentagon, an occult symbol used by pagans to outline the five-pointed pentagram star.
Jan. 4, 2018


Headline: Heavy snowstorms in China leave 10 dead

Heavy snowstorms in eastern and central China have left 10 dead and countless others injured, following the collapse of more than 200 houses. State-owned news agency Xinhua reported Friday Anhui, Hubei and Jiangsu provinces have been pounded with snow blizzards. The heavy snow has led to the collapse of 200 residences in the region, and a total of 10 people have died across five provinces and 567,000 more have suffered damages. The data came from Chinese emergency management authorities, according to the report. In rural areas, farmers suffered substantial losses, estimated at about $785 million.
Jan. 5, 2018

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