The UN migration agency says up to 50 migrants from Somalia and Ethiopia have been “deliberately drowned” when a smuggler forced them into the sea off Yemen’s coast. Continue reading 50 refugees killed after smugglers deliberately throw them off boat near Yemen. Where’s our humanity??
Muslims are being killed in the Central African Republic (CAR) by massive gangs of Christian extremists, most of whom had grown up from being child soldiers, the media, however, has remained silent. Continue reading Christians killing thousands of Muslims in Africa, but Western media stay silenced
The timing of this movie couldn’t be more perfect.
As the throne of the Empire changed and the Republic now has a new evil ruler, it almost as Nostradamus-ly made to be this way. Continue reading Rogue One – You’re a good guy if you’re a white American, and terrorists if you fight them.
His name is Ashin Wirathu.
This Myanmar’s most radical Buddhist monk is famed for his angry speeches, stoking fears that the Muslim minority will one day overrun the country. Continue reading Faces of Buddhist terrorists that killed thousands of Rohingya Muslims
U.S. president-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday chided the Obama administration for its stance toward Israel, shortly before the U.S. secretary of state was to deliver a speech regarding international opposition to Israeli settlement building.
Israel postpones vote on new East Jerusalem homes
Israel pulled back from approving hundreds of new homes for Israelis in East Jerusalem on Wednesday before U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was expected to give further voice to international opposition to settlement building.
The housing projects, in areas Israel captured in the 1967 war and which Palestinians seek as part of a future state, are part of building activity that the Security Council, by a vote of 14-0, demanded be halted.
Kerry will discuss Washington’s withholding of its veto when he delivers a speech at the State Department at 11 a.m. ET, laying out his vision for ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a senior State Department official said.