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Wall Street advisor says buy a gun In case of collapse

Wall Street advisor says buy a gun In case of collapse

by Kevin D. Freeman Photo Credits:Emarotta The Headline was on Drudge Report yesterday. The story was carried on Fox News last night. It came from something from yesterday’s Washington Examiner. It seemed shocking that a Wall Street advisor would recommend guns and ammo in case of a collapse: BY PAUL BEDARD A top financial advisor, worried that Obamacare, the NSA spying scandal and spiraling national debt is increasing the chances for a fiscal and social disaster, is recommending that Americans prepare a “bug-out bag” that includes food, a gun and ammo to help them stay alive. David John Marotta, a…

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UNRWA Budget: Palestinians receive 25 times more Aad than WWII europeans

By Aryeh Savir Tazpit News Agency The Palestinians, according to a recent study by the Jerusalem Institute of Justice, have received 25 times more aid (per capita) than did the Europeans to rebuild war-torn Western Europe under the Marshall plan after the Second World War. Most of these funds, according to the study, reach the Palestinians through the United Nations Relief and Work Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). UNRWA is the only UN refugee agency dedicated to a single group of people, and the only agency that designates individuals as original refugees if they have lived…

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Hinting at dismay with Obama, PM says Israel can rely only on itself

Hinting at dismay with Obama, PM says Israel can rely only on itself

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli president Shimon Peres attend a graduation course ceremony for IDF Naval officers at the navy training base in Haifa. September 11, 2013. (Photo credit: Kobi Gideon/GPO/FLASH90 Citing Syria and Iran, Netanyahu says he is guided as Israel’s leader, more now than ever, by the saying, ‘If I am not for myself, who will be for me?’ By Times of Israel staff In remarks whose content and timing implied criticism of President Barack Obama’s handling of the Syrian chemical weapons crisis, and a concern that Israel could not depend on the US to thwart…

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Ariel ranked as Israel’s safest city

Ariel ranked as Israel’s safest city

By Anav Silverman  Tazpit News Agency A new poll conducted by Israel’s Ministry of Public Security in order to determine the effectiveness of urban policing programs in 13 different Israeli cities found that residents in the city of Ariel feel the safest. Located in Judea and Samaria, Ariel is home to 20,000 residents, of whom 92 percent responded saying that they feel secure in their community. Following Ariel, were two cities located in central Israel that tied were: Givatayim, a city outside of Tel Aviv and the ultra-orthodox city of Bnei Brak, where 88 percent of residents in polled that…

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Dreams and reality: Will photo ops produce Mideast peace?

Dreams and reality: Will photo ops produce Mideast peace?

By Anav Silverman Photo Credit: Gilad Zamir, Courtesy of Israel Tourism Ministry / Description: FC Barcelona soccer team at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, Israel. Tazpit News Agency At the Washington press conference held on July 30, US Secretary of State John Kerry declared that the Israelis and Palestinians will aim to reach a final status agreement to end their conflict in the time frame of nine months. He also had some words to say about the “dividends of peace” and the belief that the negotiators and leaders on both sides have in the success of the peace process. Standing…

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Spy bugs – they can go anywhere, see and hear anything

Spy bugs – they can go anywhere, see and hear anything

Posted by newsdesk Real science is quickly catching up to science fiction, especially when it comes to the latest amazing advances in miniaturization. Some time ago a new system under development by IAI came to light: A tiny UAV designed with wings similar to those of a butterfly. IAI is not the only one developing insect-like UAVs, and in addition others aim to harness real insects for intelligence gathering purposes.

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Singer calls for Messiah in Hevron appearance

Amir Benayoun sings his hit ‘Standing at the Gate,’ directed at the Messiah, outside Cave of Machpelah. By Gil Ronen Popular singer Amir Benayoun performed his hit “Standing at the Gate” outside the Cave of Machpelah – the burial place of the Patriarchs – in Hevron Sunday, to a crowd that knew the words by heart. The song is a cry to the Messiah to come and save the Jewish people and the world.

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The U.S. Navy says envoys from 41 nations have gathered in Bahrain to begin drills in the Persian Gulf.

The U.S. Navy says envoys from 41 nations have gathered in Bahrain to begin drills in the Persian Gulf.

By Elad Benari Iranian Navy boats take part in navy maneuvers in the Strait of Hormuz In what may be a warning to Iran, the U.S. Navy said on Monday that envoys from 41 nations had gathered in Bahrain to begin anti-mine drills in the Persian Gulf.

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Poll: Americans Sympathize More with Israel than Palestine

Poll: Americans Sympathize More with Israel than Palestine

BY: Washington Free Beacon Staff A new poll released Tuesday reveals that Americans sympathize more with Israel than Palestinians and would prefer Iran not acquire a nuclear weapon even if it means military action, according to Pew Research: The latest national survey by the Pew Research Center, conducted March 13-17 among 1,501 adults, finds that 49 percent say they sympathize more with Israel, while just 12 percent sympathize more with the Palestinians and the same percentage (12 percent) volunteers that they sympathize with neither side. Americans have consistently sympathized more with Israel since the 1970s. Many Republicans surveyed believe President…

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Israel braces for ‘retaliation’

Israel braces for ‘retaliation’

Israeli media on Friday warned that an alleged air strike on a convoy carrying arms from Syria to Lebanon's Hezbollah could set off a chain reaction, and reported troops on high alert in the country's north. There was still no official Israeli comment on Syrian claims that Israeli warplanes bombed a military site near Damascus on Wednesday or on separate reports that its aircraft struck a weapons convoy along the Syria-Lebanon border. Newspapers, however, seemed to have little doubt on what had happened or the likely consequences. "Complete restraint over the long term to Israel's actions could be considered weakness…

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