[The Classic Christian Network] TUESDAY is NEWSDAY: "Rapture Ready"

Posted: April 5, 2011 in Uncategorized

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05 Apr 11

According to the Russia Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM), 72% of Russian nationals are ready to accept “certain violations of democratic principles and restriction of personal freedoms” if it is required in order to ensure order. In 1998, the figure was 69%.  

NATO will depend on Europe’s aerial firepower to keep up momentum in the mission to protect civilians in Libya when the US military withdraws into a backup role later Monday, officials said.  

The Arab world and Iran, a Persian nation, whipped out diplomatic swords Sunday and Monday, with Iran charging that Saudi Arabia is “occupying” Bahrain, while the Gulf States accused Iran of “meddling.”  

Our budget cuts $6.2 trillion in spending from the president’s budget over the next 10 years and puts the nation on track to pay off our national debt. Congress is currently embroiled in a funding fight over how much to spend on less than one-fifth of the federal budget for the next six months. Whether we cut $33 billion or $61 billion—that is, whether we shave 2% or 4% off of this year’s deficit—is important.  

The American State Department responded Tuesday, for the first time, to Judge Richard Goldstone’s retraction of his Operation Cast Lead findings, saying: “We’ve made clear from when the Goldstone Report was initially presented, and maintained ever since, that we didn’t see any evidence that the Israeli government had intentionally targeted civilians or otherwise engaged in any war crimes,” State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner said.  

The stalemate plaguing the Israeli-Palestinian peace process has prompted several former senior defense establishment figures, including ex-Mossad and Shin Bet chiefs, to publish their own version of a new peace initiative. The manifest was influenced – according to its captains – by the unrest sweeping across the Middle East, and is meant to prompt the government into reigniting the peace talks.  

Speaking in a Tehran press conference, Iranian President says Western plot would not be able to ‘save Israel from extinction.’ The United States is leading an effort to annex a part of Jordan to the West Bank, thus enlarging the future Palestinians state, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in a press conference on Monday, adding that the alleged move was meant to protect Israel’s security.  

Syrian opposition groups leading anti- government protests based in the country on Tuesday said authorities have offered to meet with them. “High-level security figures gave the green light for mediators to set dates for separate meetings with opposition figures inside the country,” an opposition source told the German Press Agency DPA.  

Despite clear evidence that his actions have led to multiple murders and widespread violence in the Middle East, controversial Florida pastor Terry Jones has vowed to step up his provocative campaign against Islam. The radical pastor said that he was considering putting Islamic prophet Mohammed ‘on trial’ for his next ‘day of judgement’ publicity stunt.  

Bernanke Predicts High Level of Foreclosure Starts in 2011

US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said late Monday that he expects to see a very high rate of foreclosure starts in 2011. “We hope to see this decline by next year,” he said in a speech delivered in Georgia. Bernanke added that foreclosures are negative at a macroeconomic level for the United States.  

Obama administration moving forward with government shutdown plans
With the clock ticking towards Friday’s federal budget deadline and President Obama hosting congressional leaders for budget talks at the White House on Tuesday, top administration officials have instructed agency officials to begin sharing details of shutdown contingency plans with top managers. This marks the next step toward both curtailing government operations if a budget impasse occurs and informing federal workers whether they are considered “essential” personnel who would stay on the job despite a shutdown.  

Arctic ozone levels in never-before-seen plunge
The ozone layer has seen unprecedented damage in the Arctic this winter due to cold weather in the upper atmosphere. By the end of March, 40% of the ozone in the stratosphere had been destroyed, against a previous record of 30%. The ozone layer protects against skin cancer, but the gas is destroyed by reactions with industrial chemicals.  

Thailand flood death toll rises as rains ease
Severe floods in southern Thailand have killed 53 people, officials say, as rains begin to ease after two weeks. The unseasonably wet weather has inundated 10 provinces, affecting two million people and forcing more than 40,000 to flee their homes. Thousands of roads and bridges and hundreds of buildings have been damaged, and swathes of land remain swamped by flood waters.  

Japan earthquake: Radiation tests in Fukushima schools
Officials in the Fukushima region of Japan have started an emergency programme to measure radiation levels in school playgrounds. More than 1,400 schools and nurseries will be tested over two days amid anxiety among parents over leaks at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. The plant was crippled by last month’s earthquake and tsunami.  

Libya: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi ‘must remain in power’
The Libyan government has said it is open to political reform, but Muammar Gaddafi must stay in power to avoid a Somalia- or Iraq-style power vacuum. Spokesman Moussa Ibrahim described Colonel Gaddafi as a “unifying figure”, and insisted his forces only targeted armed rebels, not civilians.  

UN, France strike military targets in Ivory Coast
United Nations and French helicopters have carried out strikes against military targets belonging to incumbent president Laurent Gbagbo in the Ivory Coast, as forces loyal to president-elect Alassane Ouattara conduct a final offensive to capture the country’s main city of Abidjan. …UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said the attacks were not a declaration of war against Gbagbo but were ordered instead to defend civilians, citing UN Security Council resolution 1975 of 30 March 2011.  

US ‘deeply concerned’ over Israeli settlement expansion
The US on Monday expressed concern over Israel’s approval of 942 housing units in Jerusalem’s Gilo neighborhood as well as the approval of master plans for several West Bank settlements that is expected to lead to increased building in those areas. “The United States is deeply concerned by continuing Israeli actions with respect to settlement construction,” ABC News quoted White House National Security Staff spokesman Tommy Vietor as saying.  

British gov’t opposes call to retract Goldstone Report
The British government has said that it does not support a call for a retraction of the Goldstone Report. The comments followed Judge Richard Goldstone’s opinion piece in Friday’s Washington Post in which he indicated that Israel had not deliberately targeted civilians or committed war crimes during Operation Cast Lead.  


04 Apr 11

Israel holds secret talks with Russia in bid to thwart recognition of Palestinian state
The purpose of the visit was to dissuade Russia from supporting the European Union’s intention to present in two weeks’ time a plan for the establishment of a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders.  

Report: ElBaradei Egypt to attack Israel if it strikes Gaza
Former IAEA chief and potential Egyptian presidential candidate Mohamed ElBaradei said that Egypt would declare war should Israel attack Gaza, Arab news sources reported on Monday. “If Israel attacked Gaza, we would declare war against the Zionist regime,” ElBaradei was quoted as saying by the Tehran Times.  

J’lem local committee approves 942 housing units in Gilo
According to some reports, the plan will encompass 88,000 square meters, expanding Gilo to the east and south. It also includes zoning for an additional 300 possible units in the future. The decision was announced as President Shimon Peres landed in Washington.  

State Department, UN Silent on Latest Anti-Christian Violence in Ethiopia
Also, leading human rights organizations including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and Human Rights First appear not to have publicly condemned the attacks. “Extremist Muslims killed two Christians, burnt 69 Christian churches, and destroyed 30 homes, leaving between 4,000 to 10,000 Christians displaced,” Jeremy Lim, International Christian Concern (ICC)’s regional manager for Southeast Asia, told CNSNews.com. ICC is a human rights group promoting religious freedom and assisting Christian victims of persecution.  

Another Iron Dome battery deployed in the south
An additional battery of the Iron Dome anti-rocket system will be deployed on Monday (Apr. 4) in southern Israel, according to Galatz (Army Radio). The battery, operated by commanders and soldiers of the IAF’s aerial defense network, will be deployed in as part of efforts to protect residents of the Israeli cities of Ashkelon and Ashdod against rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. This is the second Iron Dome battery deployed in southern Israel over the past few weeks. The first battery was deployed in the Be’er Sheba region the week of March 27th.  

Libya Asks Turkey to Help with Cease-Fire
Turkish sources report today that Qaddafi envoy Deputy FM Abed Al’Aiti Al’Abidi will arrive in Turkey to request assistance in reaching a cease-fire with rebel forces. A government source said to the French news agency that both sides in Libya made the request of Turkey. The envoy Abed Al’Aiti Al’Abidi had discussions in Greece on Sunday.  

700 Fishermen Missing in Burma After Storms
Rescued fishermen gave harrowing accounts. Some told local media they held on for days to broken bamboo rafts before being rescued by offshore oil companies, Thai fishing boats or Burmese naval boats.  

It’s b-a-a-ck! Trans-Texas Corridor rises from dead
Believe it or not, the Trans-Texas Corridor is back…  

Magnitude-6.7 earthquake strikes off Indonesia
An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.7 struck early Monday in the Indian Ocean south of the Indonesian island of Java, the US Geological Survey said  

The Messiah in 2012?
There is one event that most all of Mankind is waiting for, and that is the arrival of the Moshiach (Messiah). I will be asking Rav Glazerman about a video he put up showing the possibility of the Moshaich coming in almost exactly one year’s time from now, next Passover, 2012.  

US freezes weapon shipments to Lebanon: report
The United States has quietly frozen weapon shipments to Lebanon’s armed forces following the collapse of the country’s pro-Western government, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday. The arms freeze was recently approved by Defense Secretary Robert Gates, but the decision has not been publicly announced because of concerns the disclosure could interfere with delicate internal negotiations in Lebanon, the paper said, according to AFP.  

Jerusalem committee to debate building nearly 1,000 homes beyond Green Line
The Jerusalem Planning and Building Committee will discuss Monday construction of 942 housing units in the Gilo neighborhood in the south of the city, beyond the Green Line. The plan has been already been approved at the district level. If it is confirmed by the local committee, the public will be invited to voice objections to it.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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When human beings are involved it means we all see things differently at times. News outside of America admits it is biased; News in America in the last 75 years has tried to “market” the idea of “journalistic integrity” when since before America became a nation it has been the venue of News to express opinion. Often as in media, owned and operated by “Newsservices” for political reason. 

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You control what you see; Be Carful how you read a story. You control what you hear; Be careful what and who you are listening to. You control what you understand; be mindful of God to direct your understanding.

In all things remember; you control how you act upon them; don’t react to them.

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