Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Calm Before The Storm? Signs of the end times! (Latest Events Oct 2015)

 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that his government will not change the status quo in East Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound. The announcement came after US Secretary of State John Kerry said that Israel and Jordan have agreed on steps aimed to reduce tensions at the holy site.

The Giza pyramids lit up in Egypt on Saturday to celebrate the UN’s 70th anniversary.

Palestinians react warily to a Jordanian proposal to put a sensitive Jerusalem holy site under constant video monitoring as a way to calm recent Israeli-Palestinian violence.

Pope Francis criticized bishops who "bury their heads in the sand" after a three day synod ends with opening toward divorcees but rejected calls for more welcoming language towards homosexuals.

U.S Secretary of State John Kerry met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Jordan's King Abdullah in Amman as part of an international effort to defuse an escalation in Israeli-Palestinian hostilities.

The U.S. House of Representatives voted to freeze hundreds of millions of dollars in Palestinian aid money in order to pressure Palestinian leaders into helping end the latest cycle of violence between Israelis and Palestinians. Palestinian leaders say the U.S. government is missing the point. Ending the occupation, they say, is the only way to halt the violence.

A massive earthquake struck remote and impoverished regions of northern Afghanistan and Pakistan on Monday, killing at least 263 people as it shook buildings and knocked out power and communications to already-isolated areas. (Oct. 26)

U.S. Navy is about to send the Destroyer war ship to the South China Sea.

The search for victims continue as night falls in South Asia after an estimated 7.5 magnitude quake shakes the region.

Some of the Republican candidates complained that it took superhuman strength to get through the last debate. Will they channel their secret powers to succeed this time around?

Israel's Prime Minister has agreed to 24-hour video surveillance at a disputed Jerusalem holy site, the Temple Mount.

Pope Francis closed a three-week meeting of Catholic Bishops on Sunday that focused on the church's position on family issues. The Bishop's expressed a more tolerant view toward divorced Catholics, but blocked any reconsideration of the church's stance on gay marriage.

Chinese Embassy has urged the US to refrain from saying or doing anything provocative, after US Navy reports plan to sail destroyer near 12-nautical-mile limit around China's artificial islands in South China Sea.

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said he apologizes for "mistakes" in the planning and the understanding of the Iraq War. In an interview with CNN on Sunday, Blair also acknowledged the link between the war in Iraq and the rise of Islamic State militants.

The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) cleared a procedural hurdle in the US Senate on Thursday, opening up the controversial bill to another round of amendments and new debates. Lindsay France and media analyst “Lionel” take a look at the bill that critics say may deprive Americans of their privacy.

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