End the Turkification

Istanbul was the capital of the Byzantine Empire It was invaded and occupied by a Turkish (Ottoman) army on 29 May 1453.

In 1930, a law was enacted in Turkey, according to which the city of Constantinople was officially renamed Istanbul.

Hagia Sophia was a Christian Church which was converted into an Ottoman mosque on the day that the city was occupied (29 May 1453).

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The Jewish State


According to the Jerusalem Post:

A bill meant to anchor Israel’s status as a Jewish state in a Basic Law was approved by the Ministerial Committee for Legislation on Sunday.

MK Avi Dichter (Likud), who proposed the bill, called the vote “a big step toward establishing our identity, not only universally, but mainly toward ourselves, the Israelis, to be a free nation in our land,” a line from “Hatikva.”


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The Israel Experience


According to the Times of Israel:

Hamas on Sunday thanked North Korea for its support of the Palestinian cause, saying that Israel was “the leader of evil and terrorism in the world.”Hamas and North Korea came together after Pyongyang launched a scathing attack on Israel and Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman, after Liberman had insulted North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

“Hamas appreciates North Korea statement in which it supported the Palestinian’s struggle and rejected the continuation of occupation,” the terror group’s spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri wrote on his Twitter page. -MORE

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How Long has the Syrian War Raged On?


Al-Qaida’s leader meanwhile urged his followers and other militants in Syria to unite and prepare for protracted jihad, or holy war, against what he called an “international satanic alliance,” apparently referring to the Syrian government, its ally Russia, and the U.S., all of which are targeting the groupMORE

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