Israel preparing for flood of Syrian refugees

By TZVI BEN GEDALYAHU— The IDF has drawn lines around land that will be used to absorb a potential flood of Syrian refugees fleeing from the civil war, and prevent a spillover of violence into Israel, Voice of Israel government radio reported. Military sources said the areas were designated “in cooperation with the United Nations…

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Why Preterism is a False Doctrine

By Daymond Duck, Prophecy Plus Ministries Those who believe all prophecy has been fulfilled are called Preterists. Not all Preterists agree with each other. There are partial Preterists and full Preterists. The partial Preterists are divided into historicists and futurists. Some of the partial Preterists believe the full Preterists are pagans, etc. The word “preterist”…

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US Jewry’s cherished values

By CAROLINE GLICK, JPOST— Decades ago, the sociographer Milton Himmelfarb coined the aphorism that “American Jews earn like Episcopalians and vote like Puerto Ricans.” And his words ring as true today as ever. Surveys show that roughly 70 percent of American Jews intend to cast their ballots for President Barack Obama’s reelection next month. Himmelfarb’s…

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Ryan, Biden trade barbs on Iran in US VP debate

By JPOST— The Iranian nuclear issue featured prominently in the US vice presidential debate Thursday, with Vice President Joe Biden and Republican challenger Paul Ryan trading barbs over the administration’s handling of the threats posed by the Islamic Republic. Republican Mitt Romney’s climb in polls since US President Barack Obama’s poor showing in their first…

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Iran's Mullahs blame Mahmoud

By ILAN BERMAN, WSJ EUROPE— You’ve got to feel a little sorry for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. With his nuclear brinksmanship and inflammatory public rhetoric, Iran’s firebrand president is accustomed to hogging the international spotlight. But recent days have seen him making news for a different reason entirely. Ahmadinejad is now fighting for his political life against…

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IRGC: Drone photographed Dimona reactor

By RONI SHAKED, YNET— Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps is claiming that the drone that infiltrated Israeli airspace over the weekend completed its mission and photographed the Dimona reactor, Yedioth Ahronoth reported Thursday. “The unmanned aircraft managed to photograph the Israeli atomic reactor in Dimona in its smallest details,” Al-Arabiya’s senior correspondent Najat Mohammed Ali said.…

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The Obama doctrine exposed

By DANIEL GREENFIELD, FRONTPAGE— On Monday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney took President Obama to task for his administration’s disastrous handling of American foreign policy, which has had catastrophic consequences — most recently in the form of the heinous attacks against our embassies in Libya and Egypt. To understand what happened in Benghazi or in…

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