When it comes to domestic terrorism in America, the numbers don’t lie: Far-right extremists are behind far more plots and attacks than Islamist extremists Continue reading Muslims are terrorists?.. No. White Christian men are.
On Saturday afternoon, a car plowed through a crowd of anti-racist protestors, killing one and injuring several others, in Charlottesville, Va. Several hours later, a suspect was arrested and is now being held at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail. Continue reading Graphic Content – The moment Nazi Terrorist, Alex Fields Jr rammed and killed one protester in Charlottesville, Virginia
White supremacists just marched through Charlottesville in one of the largest racist rallies in the last decade. The event featured mostly young white men chanting such phrases as “blood and soil,” “you will not replace us,” and “white lives matter.” Continue reading Top 15 shocking scenes of Nazis Racists protest in Charlottesville, Virginia. American Trump is falling down!
Details of the “deal of the century” which would bring an end to the nearly 70-year-old Palestinian-Israeli conflict have been revealed, according to Israeli newspaper Haaretz. Continue reading Revealed!.. Secret Trump-Netanyahu deal on Palestine. Is this the tragic end for Palestinian freedom?
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Celebrities are reacting to Donald Trump tweeting on Sunday morning a 28-second video of him wrestling to the ground a person with the CNN logo over his head, along with the caption, “#FraudNewsCNN #FNN.” The metaphor appears to be that the president is taking down CNN, with whom he’s long sparred and called “fake news.” The actual clip, which has been modified with the CNN logo, dates back to an appearance Trump made at Wrestlemania in 2007, during which he tackled and beat up WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon. Now Hollywood stars are sharing their reactions to the footage.
Seth Rogen tweeted, “Remember the time the president photoshopped the logo of a news company on a person and then tweeted a vid of him fake wrestling that logo?” Albert Brooks jokingly cautioned, “Don’t be horrified by CNN wrestling tweet, it’s just practice. He’s scheduled to wrestle Putin for control of the world.” And Cher pointed out, “The irony in Trump calling CNN fake while using a clip of him pretending to beat someone up in a NOT AT ALL REAL FIGHT in a WWE match.”
Andy Richter felt, “It shows a stunning denseness to choose a clip of your own cameo in a pro wrestling match to attack something for being ‘fake.’” Meanwhile, Chelsea Clinton compared, “July 2, 1776: Continental Congress votes for independence. July 2, 2017: Trump auditions for @WWE.” And John Legendsimply wrote, “25th Amendment,” which theoretically allows for the president to be removed from office because he’s “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.” Vice President Mike Pence, along with members of the cabinet, would have to go to Congress and argue their case that Trump doesn’t have the faculties to be president.
Zendaya wrote, “I just want you all to remember… this is a tweet from the ‘president’… ok.” She followed that up with a second message explaining, “Like no one hacked it, it’s not a parody account… that’s really him… that s**t is just embarrassing.” And John Fugelsang weighed in, “Let’s just remind all these #25thAmendmentNow folks that President Mike Pence would have all the evil but half the entertainment value.”
While that will never happen, “#25thAmendmentNow” became a trending topic on Twitter following President Trump tweeting the video of him wrestling a person with a CNN logo over his head.
Pictures of a colourful Ramadan iftar dinner taking place amid the rubble in the Syrian town of Douma have been widely shared online as a symbol of resilience in the face of death and destruction.
Photos and video of a heavily damaged street in the rebel-held suburb of Damascus emerged after being shared by rebel activists this week. The outdoor celebration was organised by the Adeleh Foundation, a rebel-affiliated charity group mostly run from Turkey.
Dozens of residents can be seen enjoying the iftar meal, eaten after sunset on fasting days during the holy month of Ramadan, which ends this week, including many smiling children.
Adeleh said it would organise meals up until Eid al-Fitr, which begins on Friday or Saturday – the holiday which follows Ramadan.
An agreement declaring the establishment of four ‘safe zones’ across Syria was negotiated by Russia, Iran and Turkey last month, and is mostly holding.
Douma has been a major flashpoint for conflict in the six-year-old civil war. It is currently controlled by Islamist rebel group Jaish al-Islam and has suffered air strikes since 2012 and a siege by pro-government forces since 2013.