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Once a Rothschild, always a Rothschild Bankster Replaces Hollande’s Economic Minister*

Once a Rothschild, always a Rothschild Bankster Replaces Hollande’s Economic Minister*

This explains the argument that French parliament – a Trojan horse so the unelected can do the Crown’s bidding… 1,339 more words

Society

Wife of Imprisoned Aide to Mursi Brings Case to U.N.

Wife of Imprisoned Aide to Mursi Brings Case to U.N.

The Canadian wife of an ex-aide to Egyptian Islamist president Mohamed Mursi, whose husband has been detained more than 400 days in solitary confinement, says she has brought a case to the United Nations this week, seeking support for his release. 692 more words

Society

ISIL: The U.S. has No Idea How to Proceed*

ISIL: The U.S. has No Idea How to Proceed*

By Jason Ditz

The US has put itself in a difficult position, having for days hyped the idea that they need to expand the current Iraq air war into neighbouring Syria, but now facing the difficulty of Syria’s government having a mind of its own. 578 more words

Humanities

Zionist Regime Shell Two Churches in Kiev*

Zionist Regime Shell Two Churches in Kiev*

Two churches in the Donetsk Region have been destroyed by shelling from Kiev troops, leaving three people dead. In the latest attack Monday, a church was completely destroyed, while on Saturday three worshipers were killed while praying. 660 more words

Society

Quickie: God's Sovereignty Over History

Dr. Schreiner, a New Testament scholar at the seminary gave a fantastic message this morning on the sovereignty of God and its interaction with prayer and history. 500 more words

Reformed Theology

Iraqi Forces Drive ISIL from Three Anbar Cities*

Iraqi Forces Drive ISIL from 3 Anbar Cities*

By Hassan Al-Obaidi in Baghdad 2014-08-25

An Iraqi pilot flashes the victory sign before he takes off to strike ISIL targets in Anbar. 635 more words

Society

U.S. Changes its Mind on Seizing Kurdish Iraqi Crude Oil*

U.S. Changes its Mind on Seizing Kurdish Iraqi Crude Oil*

A U.S. court on Monday threw out an order to seize some 1 million barrels of disputed Iraqi Kurdish crude oil from a tanker near Texas, a move that could allow the cargo to be delivered and end a nearly month-long impasse. 457 more words

Society