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Sept. 13, 2017- One of the plagues of Egypt has returned


 1coverThe Last Chronicles of Planet Earth Sept. 6, 2017 Edition written by Frank DiMora

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Prophecy Sign- Matthew 24:7 Jesus gives us the warning about pestilences and as of late massive locust infestations have been reported. This most recent infestation comes in the same manner as the one report in July of this year which can also see below.

Headline: Locust ‘Plague’ of Biblical Proportions Strikes Across Globe

In addition to the recent hurricanes and earthquakes, at least one of the plagues of Egypt has returned as swarms of locusts descended en masse on two separate parts of the globe in recent weeks. A plague of locusts attacked South Eastern Trinidad last week. “People are scared and are panicking because of the amount of locusts. I won’t say this is the first time we have seen locusts, but it is the first time seeing it in such a magnitude,” Chairman of the Mayaro/Rio Claro Regional Corporation Glenn Ram was quoted in the Trinidad Express as saying.

Published on Jul 24, 2017



Headline: Palestinian Adversaries Hamas, Fatah Set to Form Unity Government

Ismail Haniyeh, the top leader of Gaza-ruling terror group Hamas, announced Monday that his organization is prepared to form a unity government with Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah party, without preconditions. Hamas is ready “to hold a dialogue with Fatah in Cairo immediately, to come to an agreement and set the terms for its implementation,” said Haniyeh in a statement published on the terror group’s official website. Haniyeh made the announcement from Cairo after arriving in Egypt Saturday in his first trip outside of the coastal territory since being selected to his new leadership post for Hamas in May.During his visit to Cairo, Haniyeh also reportedly took part in various meetings with Egyptian security officials. Senior Hamas members based outside of Gaza were also part of the terror group’s delegation, including Moussa Abu Marzouk and arch-terrorist Saleh al-Arouri.
Sept. 13, 2017

Headline: Jordan demands Israel to keep hands off Al Aqsa Mosque

Jordan on Tuesday condemned an Israeli court decision to close one of Al Aqsa Mosque/Al Haram Al Sharif gates called “Al Rahma Gate”, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported. State Minister for Media Affairs Mohammad Momani stressed that Israeli judiciary has no jurisdiction over East Jerusalem’s holy places including Al Aqsa Mosque as the old city is labelled as an occupied land under the international law. Momani, who is also the government spokesperson, said that Israel, the occupying force, must respect international conventions. He added that Jordan rejects the illegal Israeli attempts to impose its laws on the mosque, which is a blatant violation to relevant international laws and part of the Israeli policies that aim to change the historical status quo of the holy shrine. The minister said that the plea that the Israeli forces presented to an Israeli magistrate court on the basis of the Israeli anti-terrorism law would have serious consequences as it targets the mosque and the Awqaf Department of Jerusalem. Momani demanded Israel to reverse the “provocative decision, respect its commitments to the international law and the jurisdiction of the Jerusalem Awqaf Department, which is the only authorised entity to administer the affairs of Al Aqsa Mosque”.
Sept. 12, 2017



Headline: Syria war has been won: Nasrallah

Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah said that the “axis of resistance” had won the Syrian conflict that was now largely over, local media reported Tuesday. “We have won the war [in Syria] and what remains are just sporadic battles,” Nasrallah was quoted as saying during a Hezbollah event in the Al-Akhbar newspaper. “Our martyrs, wounded, detainees and people are changing equations and are making a future for the region, not just [for] Lebanon.” Al-Akhbar also said that Nasrallah had revealed that soon after the start of the Syrian crisis in 2011, he traveled to Iran to meet the country’s senior leadership and discuss how they would proceed. The Hezbollah leader added that numerous plans for the region had failed but the “axis of resistance” had won. The “axis of resistance” refers to Iran, Syria, and Hezbollah. “The course of our project, for which we endured a lot of harm, is the course of victory and the great results will change equations that benefit the nation,” Nasrallah said.
Sept. 13, 2017


Headline: Egypt: 2 conscripts, 5 militants killed in northern Sinai

Egypt’s military says two conscripts and five militants have been killed in a shootout at a military checkpoint in restive northern Sinai Peninsula. Military spokesman Col. Tamer el-Rifai says the shootout, which also wounded two militants, took place early Wednesday morning after a militant wearing a belt of explosives attempted to “storm” the checkpoint. He gave no further details. Security officials said the attack took place just outside the border town of Rafah and that the two conscripts died when the suicide bomber blew himself up.
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Headline: Syria Signs Aleppo Power Plant Contract With Iran

Syria’s government signed a contract with an Iranian company on Tuesday to import five gas-fired power plants to the war-battered city of Aleppo, in an early sign of the major role Tehran is expected to play in Syria’s reconstruction. The deal, reported by Syria’s state news agency SANA, is part of a broader understanding reached by Damascus and Tehran promising Iranian companies contracts to restore electrical infrastructure in Syria, Electricity Minister Zuhair Kharboutli said during a visit to Tehran. The Aleppo contract was awarded to the Iranian firm Mabna and is valued at around 130 million euros, according to a Kharboutli statement carried Sunday by SANA. Kharboutli also signed memorandums with Iranian Energy Minister Sattar Mahmoudi promising to import five plants to provide 540 megawatts of electricity to the coastal Latakia province, as well as to build wind and solar plants, and to restore plants in Deir el-Zour and Homs.
Sept. 12, 2017

Headline:  Syria army tries to encircle ISIS in Deir al-Zor: Military source

After breaking an ISIS blockade, Syria’s army is seeking to encircle the remaining extremist-held parts of Deir al-Zor city, a military source said Wednesday. The city is the capital of oil-rich eastern Deir al-Zor province, regarded as a strategic prize by both Russian-backed Syrian troops and US-backed fighters. Last week, Syria’s army and allied fighters broke a years-long ISIS siege of Deir al-Zor, entering two regime-held sections of the city that had been cut off from each other. Since then, the army has brought reinforcements to the city and is seeking to oust ISIS from eastern neighborhoods that run along the Euphrates river, which slices diagonally through the province. “The army is seeking to encircle Daesh from three sides by controlling the parts of the western bank of the Euphrates river,” the source told AFP, using the Arabic acronym for ISIS. Troops would target riverside territory on the city’s northwestern edges as well as strategic areas on its southern outskirts, including the key military airport and the village of Al-Jafra, on the banks of the Euphrates.
Sept. 13, 2017


Headline: Most brutal battle against ISIS in Iraq yet to happen: a town that even the US could not conquer

The most brutal battle against ISIS in Iraq is yet to take place. The location of this battle is not in central Iraq where a pro-government offensive is now imminent. Instead it will be near Iraq’s western border with Syria at town called Al-Qa’im. What will make this engagement so brutal is not so much that ISIS has a particularly huge amount forces prepared to defend Al-Qa’im, although several thousand militants can nonetheless be expected to participate in the battle. Rather it will be so due to the that fact the terrorist group enjoys universal support from the population of Al-Qa’im which has in excess of one hundred thousand residents. Accounting for the countryside and smaller towns around Al-Qa’im whose residents are also universally pro-ISIS, the 100,000 sympathizers number quickly increases to about half a million.
Sept. 13, 2017



Headline: Turkey Will Take Its Own Security Measures After Russia Defense Deal: Erdogan

President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday dismissed NATO allies’ concern over Turkey’s deal to buy a missile defense system from Russia and said Ankara would continue to take the security measures it thought right. Turkey, whose relations with its allies have frayed in recent months, said it opted for the S-400 because Western companies had offered no “financially effective” alternative. But NATO officials have voiced disquiet over the purchase of missiles incompatible with alliance systems. “They went crazy because we made the S-400 agreement. What were we supposed to do, wait for you? We are taking and will take all our measures on the security front,” Erdogan said in a speech in Ankara. Western firms which had bid for the contract included U.S. firm Raytheon (RTN.N), which put in an offer with its Patriot missile defense system. Franco-Italian group Eurosam, owned by the multinational European missile maker MBDA and France’s Thales TCFP.PA, came second in the tender. Turkey, with the second-largest army in the alliance, has enormous strategic importance for NATO, abutting as it does Syria, Iraq and Iran. But the relationship has become fractious.
Sept. 13, 2017


Headline: Iran arrests Islamic State member, foils attacks: Revolutionary Guards

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards arrested a member of Islamic State and foiled a plan for suicide attacks, a Guards commander said on Wednesday. Col. Amin Yamini, the Guards commander for the western Tehran suburb of Shahriar, did not say when the arrest was made but said the attacks were being planned for a 10-day Shi’ite religious holiday that begins next week. The Islamic State member arrested was from the Syrian branch of the militant Sunni organization and had planned to organize about 300 people to carry out suicide attacks, Yamini said, according to Basij Press, the news site for the Tehran branch of the Guards.
Sept. 13, 2017


Headline: Suicide Bomber Kills 3 Outside Kabul’s Cricket Stadium

Afghan police say a suicide bomber blew himself up Wednesday afternoon at an entry gate to a packed cricket stadium in Kabul, killing at least three people and wounding five others. A police spokesman told VOA security forces were also among the victims. Afghanistan Cricket Board officials confirmed all the players were safe and reported no casualties inside the Kabul stadium. The blast forced teams to stop the match of the Shpageeza Cricket League but it has now been resumed, officials said. There were no immediate claims of responsibility.
Sept. 13, 2017


Headline: Large-scale protests against tax increases turn violent in Haiti

Demonstrators protesting new tax increases in Haiti turned violent — burning cars and throwing rocks at police — in several areas of the capital of Port-au-Prince. The violent protest Tuesday was the biggest demonstration by Haitian citizens since President Jovenal Moise took office in February. The demonstrations were called for by former presidential candidate Jean-Charles Moise after lawmakers approved an unpopular budget hours before Hurricane Irma arrived Friday. The hurricane damaged about 8,000 homes in northern Haiti. The new budget includes higher taxes on purchases, including cigarettes and alcohol, and a new tax to be paid before citizens can access government services. At the same time, it also includes a 74 percent increase in salaries, cars, staff and per diem payments for government legislators. Protesters erected burning barricades in streets and faced riot police who were firing tear gas and warning shots. Police said seven people were arrested.
Sept. 13, 2017

Headline: Simultaneous bomb threats force mass evacuations across Moscow

Authorities in Moscow said Wednesday afternoon that they received warnings that bombs had been planted at over 12 locations across the city, forcing them to evacuate about 10,000 people from sites such as public institutions, train stations and shopping centers. Bomb squads were said to be sweeping public areas. No other details on the “almost simultaneous” bomb threats were released.
A spokesman for the Russian security services said each of the “telephone terrorism” threats needs to be checked.

Sept. 13, 2017


Headline: Mulling preemptive strike, SKorea tests new ‘Taurus’ cruise missile

The South Korean military announced Wednesday that it had successfully carried out its first test of an advanced “Taurus” cruise missile that could be used in a preemptive strike against North Korea. The precision weapon was launched from an F15-K warplane at a target off South Korea’s west coast, the military said. The Taurus is said to have a range of 500 km and a maximum speed of nearly 1,200 kph. Seoul has been considering ways of preempting a possible North Korean nuclear attack in the aftermath of Pyongyang’s most powerful nuclear test on September 3. The North’s claim that it detonated a hydrogen bomb has yet to be confirmed.
Sept. 13, 2017


Headline: Planned Parenthood Teams up with Satanists to Promote Abortion in Missouri

Missouri has reportedly doubled its abortion capacity this year “thanks to the Satanic Temple and Planned Parenthood,” who have worked in tandem to fight the state’s restrictions on abortion. With some of the most clearly defined regulations on abortion in the nation, Missouri had managed to lower the number of abortion facilities to a single clinic, but a second Missouri clinic opened its doors recently and two others plan on following soon. Planned Parenthood has battled against state regulations requiring abortion clinics to meet the same surgical center standards as full hospitals and for their doctors to have hospital privileges, and in April a federal court sided with the abortion giant. U.S. District Judge Howard Sachs granted a preliminary injunction invalidating requirements for the state’s abortion clinics to meet standards for surgical centers and for their doctors to have hospital privileges, citing a U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down similar restrictions in Texas, which deemed those laws unnecessary and unconstitutional.
Sept. 13, 2017


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