Thomas says to his best friend Davis, ‘You know,
‘The last few years, I took your advice as to
‘Two years ago you said to go to Hawaii, I went
‘Then last year, you told me to go to the Bahamas,
Davis says, ‘So what you gonna do different this year?’
Thomas says, ‘This year, I’m taking Julia with me !’!
We wish to first cover the story of the IDF rescue of the eight-hundred White Helmets (Syrian civil organization of emergency responders) and their families from southern Syria war zone. Coverage by Arutz Sheva with a short video can be viewed here. This operation was carried out by Israel in response to pleas from President Trump, Canada and other European countries. One can only wonder how long before the same Europeans claim that Israel is not a nice nation as is their usual.
United States President Trump and Iranian President Rouhani have been exchanging verbal threats with President Trump adding in a social media Tweet just for good measure (see image below). President Trump even went so far as to use “caps lock” just for emphasis. President Rouhani promised in his retort to something President Trump stated which he found upsetting, that, “Peace with Iran would be the mother…
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Iran accuses Israel of stealing its CLOUDS and SNOW.
Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali, head of Iran’s Civil Defence Organisation said that the changing climate in Iran is caused by the Jews.
The Iranian general has accused Israel of stealing its clouds in order to manipulate weather and cause drought in the Islamic Republic.
‘Israel and another country in the region have joint teams which work to ensure clouds entering Iranian skies are unable to release rain,’ he said.
Iranian citizens are fed up with regime’s corruption & its squandering of the nation’s wealth to fund terrorism abroad.
For too long, the Iranian people have been oppressed by their government, which cares more about sowing instability abroad than its own citizens. The free world must stand with the brave protesters who yearn for freedom, peace, and an end to corruption in Iran.
The leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea signed a declaration on July 9, ending a state of war between the two countries. It was a major step toward resolving one of post-colonial Africa’s bloodiest and most protracted conflicts.
The U.N. Security Council said the peace declaration signed by Ethiopia and Eritrea after 20 years as enemies “represents a historic and significant development with far-reaching positive consequences for the Horn of Africa and beyond.”
The council commended Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki for signing the agreement and welcomed their commitment “to resume diplomatic ties and open a new chapter of cooperation and partnership.”
A statement by the governing party of Ethiopia, the second-most populous country in Africa, said it would “fully accept and implement” the agreement with Eritrea, a former province of Ethiopia, which was signed but never honored.
The countries also fought a war from 1998 to 2000 over their border dispute, which left about 80,000 people dead. They signed a peace agreement in 2000, but the Ethiopians never accepted the findings of a boundary commission established by the agreement.