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Will the Euphrates River War Last 13 Months?

Question: Kay from Wisconsin called to ask Irvin what is the time frame for the Euphrates River War?

3 Prayers for Our Fallen Soldiers on Memorial Day

As we approach Memorial Day, our thoughts turn to the brave soldiers who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces enabling us to enjoy continued freedom. Spend some time during this holiday praying for fallen soldiers, their families, and the sweet redemption of our Lord. There can be no question that the price […]

Some Temps This Week Broke Every Record

Secretary of State John Kerry told an audience in Mexico on Wednesday that temperatures in Europe and in Vietnam were “unprecedented” and broke “every record that’s ever been seen.” However, although it was hot that day, he was off the mark.   Speaking at an environmentally-friendly technology event in Mexico City, Kerry said he had […]

‘I Recant’ Says Author of Infamous Seventies Newsweek

The author of a much-quoted 1975 Newsweek article predicting catastrophic global cooling now says it was a big mistake and the earth was warming all along. (H/T Climate Depot)   Peter Gwynne, began his piece by declaring portentously: “There are ominous signs that the earth’s weather patterns have begun to change dramatically and that these changes […]

Man Demands Bank Loans to ‘Build the 3rd Temple’

An Ethiopian immigrant is suing Israel’s major banks – because they are denying him loans that he is seeking to build the Third Holy Temple (Beit Hamikdash).   The Temple was the spiritual center of the Jewish people for millenia; the destruction of the first two temples marked the exile of the Jewish people twice, first to Babylonia […]

Russia mulling deal to build up to 8 nuclear reactors for Iran

MOSCOW – Russia plans to sign a contract with Iran this year to build two more nuclear reactors at its Bushehr power plant as part of a broader deal for up to eight reactors in the Islamic state, a source close to the negotiations told Reuters on Thursday. Read More: Russia mulling deal to build […]

Worried About the Internet of Things

For years, the prospect of an online world that extends beyond computers, phones, and tablets and into wearables, thermostats, and other devices has generated plenty of excitement and activity. But now, some of the brightest tech minds are expressing some doubts about the potential impact on everything from security and privacy to human dignity and […]

First Batch of 250 Bnei Menashe Arrive in Israel

A group of 40 Bnei Menashe made Aliyah today from India, the first batch out of a total of 250 immigrants from the Lost Tribe that are slated to arrive over the coming month.   The immigrants, who hail from the northeastern Indian state of Manipur, were brought to Israel by Shavei Israel, which received permission […]

U.S. Not Planning to Present New Peace Initiative

The United States is not planning to present a new initiative for peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority PA, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said on Wednesday.   In her daily news briefing, Psaki said that Secretary of State John Kerry was preoccupied with other international matters at the moment.   “It remains in […]

Vatican Says Pope to Demand ‘Sovereign Palestine’

The Vatican’s Secretary of State made a dramatic revelation ahead of Pope Francis’s visit to Israel next Sunday and Monday, declaring that the pope will talk about the “Palestinian people’s right to have a homeland, sovereign and independent.”   Cardinal Pietro Parolin holds a role in the Vatican City State, located in the Italian capital of Rome, equivalent […]