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

Posted: April 12, 2011 in Uncategorized

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12 Apr 11

Gates’ likely departure comes at a time when President Obama is facing an unprecedented number of departures from his national security team. With five of his top advisers slated to leave their current positions, Gates’ exit is setting off a daisy chain of musical chairs among the nation’s top national security advisers.  

Despite Western illusions, things remain largely the same following Arab world turmoil…  

US blocks Britain, France, Germany initiative to restart stalled Israeli-Palestinian talks. ‘It wasn’t right time,’ says US official  

“In six areas where the UN is most engaged, governmental functions are now sufficient for a functioning government of a state,” said the report, which will be submitted to Palestinian donor nations meeting in Brussels on Wednesday.  

Spain’s Crown Prince Felipe and his wife visited Ramallah, where they were received in an official ceremony that was attended by senior PA officials. The prince met with PA President Mahmoud Abbas during his visit, and they discussed the Palestinian-Israeli peace process  

Online participants in the poll, which has drawn more than 550,000 responses, also support Trump by a wide margin in a head-to-head matchup with President Barack Obama. If the election were held today, Trump would beat Obama in a landslide, 68 to 13 percent. But that lead is just as sizeable when Trump faces off against the best and the brightest in the oft-mentioned field of GOP contenders for 2012.  

The economic damage from Japan’s massive earthquake and tsunami last month is likely to be worse than first thought as power shortages curtail factory output and disrupt supply chains, the country’s economics minister warned on Tuesday.  

At least 88 bodies have been found in a complex of mass graves in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas since Thursday, security officials say, likely victims of the country’s ongoing drug wars.  

UN Council backs new courts and prisons for pirates

The UN Security Council on Monday called for the establishment of specialized international courts and prisons and new laws to combat Somali pirates. The council voted unanimously for a Russian drafted resolution to step up the international battle against the growing threat from piracy off the Somali coast.  

Blair: ‘Libya situation not an option’

Blair said on Sunday that if the UK, the US and France want to end Gaddafi’s power, the current situation should not be an option.  

An Invasion of Israel? In 2012?
A careful comparison of current events vis-à-vis the Palestinians and the so-called Peace Process with a variety of Jewish sources concerning events that are destined to take place at the Final Redemption, leads to surprising and positive possibilities.  

UN Recognizes Hamas-Supporting Organization
The UN has given special recognition to an organization which supports the Hamas terrorist groups and which has been involved in organizing flotillas to Gaza, the Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center (ITIC) has reported.  

Netanyahu ‘Considering’ More Retreats in Judea and Samaria
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is considering plans to hand over more territory to the Palestinian Authority.  

Global stocks knocked by Japan nuclear worries
Stocks fell Tuesday after Japan said the crisis at a stricken nuclear plant is as severe as the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. Japan’s nuclear safety agency raised the severity of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant incident by two notches to level 7, the highest on the scale and the same rating as the Chernobyl incident. Stocks fell Tuesday after Japan said the crisis at a stricken nuclear plant is as severe as the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. Japan’s nuclear safety agency raised the severity of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant incident by two notches to level 7, the highest on the scale and the same rating as the Chernobyl incident. The move, along with continuing earthquake aftershocks which have interfered with recovery work, sent ripples of unease through markets.  

Gaza calm may be fragile and brief, Israeli defense officials warn
The south was calm on Monday as no rockets or mortar shells were fired from the Gaza Strip into Israel. However, defense officials warned the lull may be fragile and brief. The quiet followed a drop in the shelling and rocket fire on Sunday, totaling 10 mortar shells and one rocket, compared to about 120 launches over the weekend.  

Egypt blogger Maikel Nabil jailed by military court
A military court in Egypt has sentenced an internet activist to three years in jail for criticising the armed forces. Maikel Nabil was arrested last month for blogs that criticised the army’s role during anti-government protests. The 26-year-old is thought to be the first blogger jailed in Egypt since the ousting of President Hosni Mubarak.  

Swaziland police arrest democracy activists in Manzini
Police in Swaziland’s main city, Manzini, are arresting anyone in a group ahead of planned protests to demand reform in Africa’s last absolute monarchy. The demonstrations were called to mark the 38th anniversary of the banning of political parties. The authorities have banned the protests and arrested five organisers.  

Italian minister questions value of EU membership
…Speaking after a meeting of interior ministers in Luxembourg, Italian minister Roberto Maroni from the anti-immigrant Lega Nord party, said his country had to “consider if it is still worth being part of the EU,” since nobody wanted to help shoulder the immigration burden. “It’s fine when Italy contributes to euro bail-outs, to wars, but on this very specific issue of helping us out, EU states are absolutely not willing to show solidarity,” he said on his way out of the ministers’ meeting.  

Japan steps up nuclear crisis rating to Chernobyl level
Japanese officials have increased the severity rating at the Fukushima power plant to seven, the maximum level, only previously seen after Ukraine’s Chernobyl nuclear accident in 1986. The decision by the country’s nuclear regulator on Tuesday (12 April) came after radiation levels of 10,000 terabequerels per hour had been estimated for several hours, posing a greater risk for human health and the environment.  

11 Apr 11

Netanyahu: Iran recently accelerated nuclear program
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday said that Iran has recently accelerated its nuclear program as it appeared to sense a reduction in international pressure, Israel Radio reported. -No country, the prime minister continued, can accept such actions and Israel will act to protect its citizens.  

Turkey in talks with Iraq over gas pipeline link: official
Turkey is in talks with Iraq over the possible construction of a gas pipeline to carry Iraqi gas to Turkey and on to Europe, a spokesman for Turkey’s energy ministry confirmed Monday.-both Turkish officials and representatives of companies working in Iraq have been confirming that significant volumes of Iraqi gas are expected to be available for export to Turkey within a decade and that these volumes will be large enough to impact on existing plans for gas export pipelines to Europe.  

Iraq, Turkey To Sign Agreement To Rehabilitate Industrial Sector In Iraq
Today Iraq and Turkey are due to sign a two year agreement to rehabilitate and develop 60 public and private factories which have fallen into disrepair due to neglect. Turkey will play a key role in the development of the industrial sector in Iraq in keeping with the Iraqi government’s plan to improve industrial output within the next four years.  

Israel claims Russian missle hit school bus
Israel claims anti-tank missile Korent involved in terror attack originates from Russian factory. Official: ‘It was smuggled into Gaza with Syria, Iran’s help’ -Israel has updated the US, the United Nations and the European Union on the alarming issue  

IHH Organizing Another Flotilla – This Time with an Airplane
The people who brought you last year’s Turkish IHH ill-fated anti-Israel convoy to Gaza are organizing another one – this time with an airplane. Virulently anti-Israel Bulent Yaldrim, director of the Turkish terrorist-affiliated IHH group, said last week at a monthly event commemorating last year’s Mavi Marmara flotilla to Gaza that preparations are underway in full force for an even bigger one. “We have just one problem,” he said, “and that is the virus called Zionism.” The speech was reported by the Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center (ITIC).  

PA: State will be ready by September
Minister Ali Al-Jerbawi said the announcement came in line with the successful implementation of the 13th government’s plan, “Ending the Occupation, Establishing a State,” put out by the now caretaker Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in August 2009.  

Bolton: Libya campaign ‘makes your head explode’
“So you can have a day when American planes are bombing both Moammar Gadhafi’s troops and the opposition,” he continued. “It makes your head explode.”  

Disturbing theology prominent
…the leader of a conservative advocacy group says the famous theologian’s ideas are not consistent with scripture.  

Texas wildfires destroy homes, buildings
Wildfires scorched more than 230,000 acres in Texas on Sunday, roaring through a West Texas town, destroying an estimated 80 homes and buildings and critically injuring a firefighter.  

Japan expands nuclear evacuation zone as new quake hits
A magnitude 7.1 tremor shook buildings in Tokyo and a wide swathe of eastern Japan on Monday evening, triggering a small tsunami alert. NHK state television said it caused the off-site power supply for two damaged reactors to shut down.  

Unrest Continues in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain
Gulf states are facing renewed protest from their religious minorities. In Saudi Arabia, Shiite Mulims protested Friday and called to release Shiite demonstrators from prison and give Shiites more rights.  






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This is News for some but there is no such thing as Fair and Balanced or Fact news.

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. 

It is up to you what you see; what you hear and what you understand.

The Only Facts For a Christian is The Word of God.

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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