Friday, November 21, 2014

Russian Bombers Threaten Guam

Two Russian strategic bombers circled the U.S. island of Guam last week in what U.S. defense officials say is the latest in a series of nuclear provocations by Moscow.

The bombers were identified by air defenses as Tu-95 Bear H nuclear-capable aircraft that circumnavigated the strategic U.S. military outpost on Friday—amid heightened tensions with Moscow regarding a new buildup of Russian forces in and along the border of eastern Ukraine.

“U.S. Pacific Command can confirm that two aircraft circumnavigated Guam on November 13th,” said spokesman  Maj. Christian Devine. “The aircraft were flying safely in international airspace and in accordance with international norms; as such, the decision was made to not intercept them.”

Guam is the U.S. military’s most important strategic hub in the Asia Pacific and the key base for the Pentagon’s new “Air Sea Battle” concept that calls for closer coordination of Air Force and Navy forces to counter China.


Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Terror Attack at Jerusalem Synagogue

Two knife-and axe-wielding Palestinian men broke into a Jerusalem synagogue Tuesday morning and killed four Israeli worshipers, Israeli police said.

Police responded and shot and killed the attackers, spokesman Micky Rosenfeld told CNN. Authorities said the men were cousins who came from East Jerusalem and also had a handgun.

Six others were wounded during the attack in the Har Nof area of West Jerusalem, including two responding police officers, Rosenfeld said.

Later on Tuesday, Israeli security forces moved into the slain attackers' neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber and clashed with residents, arresting nine people, police said. No details were available on the charges.

"We're continuing to search the neighborhood to make sure there are any further terrorists, Rosenfeld said.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu summoned top aides to a "security consultation" later Tuesday in Jerusalem, his office announced.

"We will respond with a heavy hand to the brutal murder of Jews who came to pray and were met by reprehensible murderers," Netanyahu's office posted on his official Twitter page.

"This is the direct result of incitement being led by Hamas & Abu Mazen (a reference to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas), incitement which the international community is irresponsibly ignoring," he added.


Sunday, November 16, 2014

Mid-East Prophecy Update – November 16th, 2014

Pastor J.D. talks about the prophetic significance of a number of things that took place in just the last week, and highlights the importance of how everything is happening simultaneously.

Russia Prepares Nuclear Surprise for NATO

Russia is in possession of strategic nuclear weapons far more advance than the United States, and it will continue to lead the game with its new generation of missiles, according to a comprehensive report from the Russian political newspaper, PRAVDA.

Indeed, if World War 3 erupts, Russian Vladimir Putin will win hands down, the report suggested.

The report titled Russia Prepares Nuclear Surprise For NATO, claims that Russia was able to amass its massive nuclear power because the U.S. had been dismissive and neglectful of achieving innovations in decades after winning the Cold War.

At this point, Russia has "long-range cruise missiles of a new generation that will soon be deployed on submarines of the Black Sea Fleet and missile ships of the Caspian Flotilla," PRAVDA stated.


Saturday, November 15, 2014

Allah Praised on House Floor

The U.S. House of Representatives allowed an IMAM to praise Allah on the Floor of the house and give the opening prayer on Thursday, November 13th, 2014.

Are we a Nation that still believes 'In God We Trust'?

I feel this puts another nail in the coffin for the United States of America.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Russian Bombers to Fly Over Gulf of Mexico

Russia plans to send long-range strategic bombers over the Gulf of Mexico...

Russia has never previously flown actual bomber patrols over the Gulf of Mexico, even during the Cold War, according to a senior U.S. military official. Col. Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman, declined to call this a Russian provocation.

Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said Wednesday that "we have to maintain (Russia's) military presence in the western Atlantic and eastern Pacific, as well as the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico" -- including sending bombers "as part of the drills."

That means Russia's new drills will fly near most of America's coastline, said Barry Pavel, an international security expert at the Washington-based Atlantic Council think tank.

"We're talking about ringing the United States, with the exception of the Canadian border, where the Russian bombers don't need to go," Pavel said.