A Stunning Video of Germany From Above
Germany is more than just a titan of industry and a nation with a bloody past, it also has beauty in it – in its nature, in its cities and in its people. Take a flight over the beautiful expanses of the German state and enjoy the beautiful sights!
BBC News website coverage of the latest round of releases of Palestinian prisoners convicted of terrorism and violent crimes began on December 30th with an article titled “Israel prepares to release 26 Palestinian prisoners”.
The caption to the photograph used to head early versions of the report (which also appears in later ones) states:
“The prisoners’ releases are deeply resented by families of their mainly Israeli victims”.
In fact, as those who have studied the list of prisoners provided by the Israeli Prison Service will be aware, in this particular round of releases, the number of Palestinian victims is higher than the number of Israeli victims. Like the rest of the Western media, the BBC however is determined to avoid exploring the subject of Palestinians murdered by Palestinians.
The article also claimed that:
“The prisoners were convicted of murder or attempted murder prior to the Oslo Accords and have…
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DEBKAfile Exclusive Report December 31, 2013, 9:34 AM (IDT)
The State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said in Washington Tuesday, Dec. 31, that Secretary John Kerry would discuss with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas a “proposed framework” to serve as “a guideline for addressing all core issues” in the decades-long dispute.
“Some people say this would be an interim agreement. No, that’s not the case,” she said. The core issues she listed were “borders between Israel and a future Palestine, security arrangements, the fate of Palestinian refugees and conflicting claims to the holy city of Jerusalem.”
Kerry leaves for Israel and Ramallah on New Year’s Day to continue his shuttle, after Monday night, Dec. 30, Israel released from jail 26 Palestinian terrorists serving life…
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Eskil Ronningsbakken\’s Amazing Balancing Acts
Eskil Ronningsbakken is an extreme artist from Stange, Norway who travels the world looking in search of his next extreme balancing act. Most people would probably think that he\’s insane, but he has an intense passion for living life on the edge. His goal is to inspire people that anything\’s possible, and as evident from the photos and videos of his incredible feats, he has completed his goal!