Tag Archive for Middle East

Start Your Centrifuges

by Hal Lindsey Saturday, November 23rd, in Geneva Switzerland, the United States of America sent a clear message to the major powers of the Middle East: “Gentlemen, start your centrifuges.” The contestants were already in place, ready for the order…

Bat Virus A 100-percent genetic match to human MERS

  Image Credit: Thinkstock.com Lawrence LeBlond Earlier this month scientists from The Netherlands found a correlation between MERS and camels, discovering Middle Eastern and African dromedaries had carried coronavirus antibodies genetically similar to the virus infecting humans. Now, researchers from…

Electro-Magnetic Pulse – an increasing danger

Posted by newsdesk Islamic terror organizations supported by Iran, the same ones who keep planning massive terror attacks, are once again considering a type of attack that could paralyze infrastructure systems across an entire nation. It seems like all efforts…

Israel launches first air strike against Gaza since truce

Israel launched its first airstrike on Gaza since the Egyptian-mediated truce ended November’s eight-day bout of fighting.

IAF air strike in Gaza
Israel launched its first airstrike on the Gaza Strip on Tuesday since the Egyptian-mediated truce ended November’s eight-day bout of fighting.

“Occupation planes bombarded an open area in northern Gaza, there were no wounded,” the Hamas Interior Ministry said in a statement.

An Israeli military spokeswoman confirmed there had been a strike in Gaza, but gave no further details.

The airstrike came in response to the firing of a projectile from Gaza, which exploded on Tuesday in an open area of southern Israel’s Eshkol region. The explosion did not cause any injuries.