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Bible prophecy documentary book download proving our generation will see the return of the Lord. Do you want to know what is going to happen in the future before it actually takes place? The Word of God provides you with specific details about our future and all of these things are coming to pass in this generation. If you aren’t saved yet this is a must read! The Last Chronicles of Planet Earth August 24, 2016 Edition written by Frank DiMora
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Headline: UN, EU help Palestinians build ICC suit against Israel
The United Nations and the European Union have actively helped the Palestinian Authority build its global advocacy campaign against the Jewish state; including it’s filing of "war crimes” complaints” about Israel before the International Criminal Court. Over the last year the UN and the EU were participants in the creation of a $2.1 million empowerment plan for Palestinian women. However, according to the details of the plan, which was unveiled Wednesday in Ramallah, $1.3 million of that sum would be spent on internationalized activities to fight Israel’s “occupation” of the West Bank. The plan was designed with the help of a 481,773 Euro grant from the EU so that Palestinians could comply with UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.
August 26, 2016
“Do not keep silent, O God! Do not hold Your peace, And do not be still, O God! 2 For behold, Your enemies make a tumult; And those who hate You have lifted up their head. 3 They have taken crafty counsel against Your people, And consulted together against Your sheltered ones. 4 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: Saudi power station hit by rockets fired from Yemen
Rocket fire from Yemen struck a power station in southern Saudi Arabia on Friday, emergency workers said, a day after US Secretary of State John Kerry announced a new peace initiative. The strike on the transformer in Najran which lies just across the Yemen border, marked a rare hit on Saudi Arabia's infrastructure despite months of periodic bombardment of the area. Attacks have intensified since the suspension in early August of United Nations-brokered peace talks between the Houthi rebels and their allies, and Yemen's internationally-recognised government. In the Saudi Red Sea city of Jeddah on Thursday, Kerry outlined a plan which offers the Houthis participation in government in exchange for an end to violence and a surrender of weapons. The rebels, allied with forces loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, have so far not commented on the plan which Kerry described after meeting with his Gulf counterparts, a British minister and the UN peace envoy to Yemen. He said Washington was "deeply troubled" by rebel attacks on Saudi territory, where more than 100 soldiers and civilians have been killed in cross-border bombardments and skirmishes.
August 26, 2016
Headline: Egypt's ISIS affiliate kills police driver in the Sinai
Egyptian security officials on Thursday said a police driver kidnapped this week has been publicly shot dead in Sinai by suspected jihadists from the local Islamic State (ISIS) affiliate. The officials, quoted by The Associated Press, said three terrorists and the policeman arrived Thursday at el-Arish's residential al-Masaeed district in a green pickup truck. The policeman, blindfolded with his arms and legs tied by a robe, was then brought out and shot twice in the head. He had been kidnapped by the jihadists Tuesday while driving a police car in el-Arish. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.
August 26, 2016
Syria Iraq ISIS- the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (the Levant) ISIS=ISIL=IS=Daash
Iraq Syria Kurdistan
Syria Headline: Rebels, civilians allowed to evacuate from Daraya
Thousands of rebel fighters and civilians are to evacuate the besieged town of Daraya near the Syrian capital under an accord struck on Thursday, state news agency SANA said. "Seven hundred armed men with their personal weapons will leave Daraya to head to the (rebel-controlled) city of Idlib, while thousands of men and women with their families will be taken to reception centres," it said. The rebels would have to surrender other armaments to the army. A military source told AFP that the army would enter Daraya, which has been under a regime siege for the past four years, after the evacuation from the rebel-held town. A rebel official in the town said the evacuation would begin on Friday, while a Syrian source on the ground said it would last four days. "The civilians will go to regions under regime control around Damascus, rebels will go to Idlib "or sort out their situation with the regime", the rebel official said.
August 25, 2016
Syria Headline: Barrel bombing kills 11 children in Syria’s Aleppo
Eleven children were killed on Thursday in a barrel bomb attack carried out by government forces on a rebel-held neighborhood of Syria’s Aleppo city, a monitor said. “Fifteen civilians, among them 11 children, were killed in a barrel bomb attack on the Bab al-Nayrab neighborhood” in the south of Aleppo city, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor said. The group also reported eight civilians, including two children, were killed on Thursday in rebel fire on the government-held west of the city. An AFP journalist in Bab al-Nayrab saw rescue workers and civilians digging through the rubble of collapsed buildings. Fighting for Aleppo city has intensified since regime troops seized control of the last supply route into rebel-held areas in mid-July. After a nearly three-week siege, rebels early this month linked up with opposition-held neighborhoods via a new road from the city’s south, in a major blow to fighters loyal to Assad. But fighting has continued near the new supply line, which has been bombarded almost daily in recent days, affecting supplies coming into the city’s opposition-controlled neighborhoods. An AFP correspondent in the city’s rebel-held east said on Thursday that vegetables and meat were becoming more scarce than in days after the siege was broken. A litre of fuel had risen from 700 Syria pounds ($3.25, 2.90 euros) earlier this month to 1,200 Syrian pounds, he said.
August 26, 2016
Syria Headline: ISIS pulls out of Jarablus; Kurdish militias accuse US of abandoning them
Syria Headline: Syrian Kurds clash with Turkish forces
DEBKAfile military and intelligence sources: More than a day after Turkey launched its invasion of northern Syria aimed at capturing the city of Jarablus from ISIS, it appears that the terrorist organization has left the city without a fight. On Thursday, pro-Turkish Syrian militias, in cooperation with the Turkish military, took control of most of Jarablus as well as the main roads to and from the city from the east, west and south. Syria's Foreign Ministry issued a statement the previous day condemning the invasion and calling it a violation of the country's sovereignty, but DEBKAfile's intelligence sources report that Turkey's move was coordinated in advance with Syrian President Bashar Assad. Meanwhile, US Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday during a joint press conference with Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim in Ankara that Syrian Kurdish forces will lose US support if they don't retreat to the east bank of the Euphrates River. DEBKAfile's intelligence sources report Biden's statement shows that the US has accepted all of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's terms regarding the Kurds and exposed them to a Turkish military attack if they fail to withdraw. The Kurdish militias operating in northern Syria accuse Washington of abandoning them by cooperating with Turkey's plan that they say is aimed at blocking Kurdish territorial continuity rather than fighting ISIS. The Kurds have announced that they will fight the Turkish invasion.
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August 26, 2016
Syria Headline: Turkey-backed rebels aim for another key ISIS-held town
An official in a rebel faction participating in the Turkish-supported cross-border incursion into Syria has revealed that the operation aims to seize Al-Bab, an ISIS-stronghold near both Syrian regime and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) frontlines. Mohammad Abu Ibrahim—a military commander in the Levant Front—told a pro-opposition outlet that the next step of the Euphrates Operation following the capture of Jarablus and surrounding villages, which was achieved Wednesday evening, will be the “commencement of the battle to liberate the strategic town of Al-Bab,” which lies 60 kilometers southwest of Jarablus. In mid-January, Syrian regime forces reached within 10 kilometers of the ISIS-held town, however the offensive grounded to a halt following a counterattack by the jihadist group. The SDF, for its part, advanced on Al-Bab, the largest remaining population center controlled by ISIS in the northeastern Aleppo countryside, during its offensive on Manbij earlier in August. Meanwhile, another opposition figure( Mustafa Sejari, the head of the Mutassim Brigade’s political office) said the Euphrates Shield operation would aim to break ISIS lines around the northern Aleppo town of Marea. “We will not stop until we connect Jarablus to Marea,” he vowed.
August 26, 2016
Syria Headline: Syria Situation Report Aug 18 – Aug. 25, 2016
Syria Headline: Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
Iraq Headline: Control of Terrain in Iraq: Aug. 25, 2016
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 invasion of Israel.
Magog, Meshech, and Tubal comprise modern day Turkey.
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 Turkey.
Beth Togarmah is Armenia.
Headline: Cizre bomb kills 11 policemen
A car bomb in Cizre, south-east Turkey, has killed 11 policemen and injured 78. The explosion targeted a checkpoint and left the nearby police HQ in ruins. The banned Kurdistan Workers Party, PKK, said it was behind the attack. Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim vowed to give the "vile attackers the answer they deserve". On Friday, the Kurdish militants denied deliberately targeting Kemal Kilicdaroglu, leader of the secularist Republican People's Party (CHP), near the north-eastern city of Artvin, on Thursday. Mr Kilicdaroglu escaped unharmed. Turkish military operations in the south-east and retaliatory attacks by the PKK have left hundreds of people dead. Turkey's PKK conflict shows no sign of abating, says the BBC's Mark Lowen, and the government has ruled out any negotiations until the group completely disarms.
August 26, 2016
Headline: Turkey sends more tanks to Syria, warns Kurdish militia
Headline: Turkey vows long fight in Syria against terrorists
Turkey sent more tanks into Syria on Thursday and sternly warned a Kurdish militia to withdraw from frontline positions, a day after pro-Ankara Syrian opposition fighters captured a key border town from extremists. The tanks joined those which crossed the frontier on Wednesday in the so-called Operation Euphrates Shield, which Turkey says aims to rid the northern Syrian border area of both Daesh extremists and Kurdish militia. Hundreds of Syrian rebel fighters — backed by Turkish tanks, warplanes and special forces — had on Wednesday taken the town of Jarabulus to end over three years of extremists’ control. But Defense Minister Fikri Isik warned the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) militia to move back east across the Euphrates or also face intervention from Turkey.
August 26, 2016
Headline: U.S. Navy ship fires warning shots at Iranian vessel
A U.S. Navy ship fired warning shots toward an Iranian fast-attack craft that approached two U.S. ships, a Pentagon spokesman said on Thursday, in the most serious of a number of incidents in the Gulf area this week. "They did feel compelled ultimately to fire three warning shots and the reason for that is... they had taken steps already to try and de-escalate this situation," spokesman Peter Cook told reporters. Tensions have increased in the Gulf in recent days despite an improvement in relations between Iran and the United States. Years of mutual animosity eased when Washington lifted sanctions on Tehran in January after a deal to curb Iran's nuclear ambitions but serious differences still remain over Iran's ballistic missile program, Syria and Iraq. A U.S. defense official, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the USS Squall patrol craft fired three warning shots from a .50 caliber gun in the northern Gulf on Wednesday after warning flares did not work. The incident started with three Iranian vessels, but there was only one around by the time the warning shots were fired, the official said. He described the Iranian behavior as "unsafe, unprofessional, and not routine." At one point, the Iranian vessel came within 200 yards (193 meters) of a U.S. ship, the official said. Another interaction took place between an Iranian and U.S. ship on Wednesday, the defense official said but gave few more details.
August 26, 2016
Headline: Afghanistan Airstrike Kills at Least 24
Headline: Death toll from attack on American university in Kabul reaches 12
Warring sides in Afghanistan have made conflicting claims about an overnight airstrike in the troubled southern Helmand province in which at least 24 people died. Provincial Governor Hayatullah Hayat told VOA Friday that Afghan army warplanes struck a Taliban base in the Nad Ali district, destroying the facility and killing "24 enemies," including their regional commander, and wounding four others. But the Taliban has alleged the attack in Nad Ali was carried out by an American aircraft and it targeted a prison facility. "The attack killed 22 [personnel] of Afghan army and police captured during recent fighting and were being held at the prison," a statement quoted a Taliban spokesman as claiming. He added that three other captive Afghan forces were wounded and confirmed the killing of three Taliban fighters who were guarding the facility. Area residents have also supported the Taliban accounts, saying both prisoners and Taliban insurgents were among those killed. But the provincial governor rejected those claims while speaking to VOA, saying the facility was an active Taliban base and held no prisoners.
August 26, 2016
Luke 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: Striking Bolivian miners kill deputy government minister
Authorities in Bolivia say striking miners have kidnapped and killed the country's deputy government minister, who had traveled to the area to mediate in the conflict over mining laws. Government Minister Carlos Romero called it a "cowardly and brutal killing" and asked that the miners turn over the body of deputy minister Rodolfo Illanes. Earlier, Romero and Attorney General Ramiro Guerrero said that Illanes had been kidnapped, but local media reports that he had been beaten to death by the miners had not been confirmed. The strike has turned violent recently with two protesters being killed and riot police failing to clear a highway in a western part of the Andean nation.
August 26, 2016
Headline: Islamic Militants Attack Somali Beach Restaurant in Mogadishu
Al-Shabab Islamic militants are claiming responsibility for a terrorist attack on a beach restaurant Tuesday in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu. Police say a car bomb blew up outside the eatery on Banadir beach before the gunmen ran inside and opened fire. Somali security forces exchanged gunfire with the militants. One police officer says the militants were "gunned down," but it is unclear if that means they are dead or if anyone else was killed or wounded. Al-Shabab attacked a neighboring hotel in January, killing more than 20 people. VOA correspondent Harun Maruf reports a separate blast Thursday at a market in the southern Somali town of Bardhere that wounded 12 people, including security officials and the district commissioner. The al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab is waging a campaign of terrorism to try to overthrow the Somali government. Police, security officials and tourist spots are their most frequent targets.
August 25, 2016
Headline: In Harare, police fire tear gas to disperse opposition protesters
Police in the Zimbabwean capital Harare fired tear gas and used water cannon Friday to disperse opposition demonstrators who had gathered to demand free and fair elections scheduled to be held in 2018. The so-called mega demonstration had been organized by 18 opposition political parties, including the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) led by Morgan Tsvangirai and the Zimbabwe People First, which was formed by former Vice President Joice Mujuru. Judge Hlekani Mwayera of the High Court of Zimbabwe had authorized the march, which called for electoral reforms. The 92-year-old president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, has said he will stand again in the upcoming election. Police blocked off the site of the protest. They also beat up people wearing red T-shirts, which is the color of the MDC party. The protesters threw stones at police while others set tires ablaze. Demonstrators also removed the sign for a street named after President Mugabe.
August 26, 2016
Aug 17, 2016- Chicken deaths spark bird flu scare in Odisha, India
Aug 18, 2016- Hundreds of dead fish found in a pond at National Mall, Washington
Aug 19, 2016- Thousands of fish die in the waters of Rio Hondo, Texas
Aug 19, 2016- Hundreds of dead fish turn up in a river in the Bronx, New York
Aug 20, 2016- ‘Unprecedented’: Deadly parasite kills thousands of fish, prompts Yellowstone river closure
Aug 22, 2016-150,000 lbs of fish turn up dead in a lake in Qingdao, China
Aug 22, 2016-Thousands of dead fish found in a river in North Carolina
Aug 23, 2016-Over 18,000 cattle die due to 'cold temperatures' in Arequipa, Peru
Aug 25, 2016-Over 1 million dead fish wash up in New Jersey
Aug 25, 2016-Hundreds of tons of fish 'suddenly die' in a reservoir in Sragen, Indonesia
Increase in Drugs Revelation 9:21 “And they did not repent of their murders or their sorceries or their sexual immorality or their thefts.”In Revelation 9:21 we see Jesus speaking to us about drug’s. The words “sorceries” in Revelation 9:21 is the Greek word pharmakia from which comes our word “pharmacy”. It signifies the use of medicine, drugs, spells, such as those used in witchcraft and those used today by those who are seeking a greater “high”. This generation was to be labeled a drug generation and we are.
Headline: Cincinnati sees estimated 78 heroin overdoses in 2 days
Headline: Number of K2 patients in Austin rises Friday
Cincinnati police are asking for the public's help in trying to identify the source of the suspected heroin behind an estimated 78 overdoses in just two days. Meanwhile, Hamilton County officials say they will seek funding for treatment and expanded response teams. County officials are calling the latest onslaught of overdose cases a public health emergency, and county Health Commissioner Tim Ingram says the number of emergency-room incidents over the last six days was "unprecedented." Emergency rooms estimate they had 174 suspected opioid overdose cases this week, including three deaths. Last year, accidental drug overdoses killed 3,050 people in Ohio, an average of eight per day, state officials say. Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black said authorities suspect carfentanil, a drug used to sedate elephants and other large animals, may be mixed in with heroin and causing the overdoses. The drug is 100 times more potent than fentanyl, which is suspected in spates of overdoses in several states. Last month, carfentanil was discovered in the Cincinnati area's heroin stream, but many hospitals don't have the equipment to test blood for the previously uncommon animal opioid. Meanwhile, Austin police said there were at least 45 K2-related calls involving 52 patients in 24 hours Thursday. EMS, along with the Austin Fire Department and the Austin Police Department, were working the scene throughout the early afternoon hours Thursday as they tried to get control of the situation.
August 26, 2016
Matthew 24:7 “For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. Luke 21:11 And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.” Luke21:25 “And there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring”
Headline: Rare twister wreaks havoc in Russia (VIDEO)
A rare tornado has ripped through the suburbs of Syktyvkar, a provincial capital in northwest Russia, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. The twister tore off the roofs of several buildings and fences, felled several trees and power line posts, turned over a van and also damaged a crane at a local lumber mill. No casualties were reported in the aftermath of Wednesday’s tornado, but the twister caused significant damage to the lumber mill and caused a traffic jam by damaging street lights. The disaster hit the republic of Komi, located northwest of the Ural mountains – where such phenomena are a rare sight.
August 25, 2016