The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) executed at least 150 women who refused to marry its militants in the western Iraqi western province of al-Anbar, Iraq’s Ministry of Human Rights said.
According to a ministry statement released Tuesday, ISIS militants carried out a number of attacks in Fallujah and buried the victims in mass graves in one of the city’s neighborhoods.
Perhaps worth recalling here are the words of the late, not-so-great Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, who once compared Gentiles to donkeys:
Certainly one of the most memorable highlights of my recent trip to Syria was a tour of the Old City of Damascus. The tour took place in the evening after the first day of the conference and included stops at the Great Mosque as well as the local Caravanserai, where we were treated to stunning performances by a group of traditional Syrian musicians and a remarkably talented troupe of whirling dervishes.
Some interesting data on Jewish non-profits compiled and posted by The Forward–data showing that the nonprofits’ top CEOs are quite evidently living the good life, the overwhelming majority of them drawing six-figure salaries.
I haven’t seen this film yet, but it looks like one to watch for when it finally does come out (supposedly sometime this month). You can go here to read more about it. About all I can really say is it would probably be impossible to overstate the importance of critical perspectives like this, voiced by American Christians, and I imagine Zionists are apprehensively doing their calculations now trying to determine how much time is left on the clock before their last major support base here in the US begins to melt down completely.
Dec. 13, 2014
Chabad misappropriated U.S. federal funds and must pay nearly $850,000 in damages, an American federal court ruled, the LA Times reported Saturday.
By Michael Hudson
The world’s geopolitics, major trade patterns and military alliances have changed radically in the past month. Russia has re-oriented its gas and oil trade, and also its trade in military technology, away from Europe toward Eurasia.
The result is the opposite of America’s hope for the past half-century of dividing and conquering Eurasia: setting Russia against China, isolating Iran, and preventing India, the Near East and other Asian countries from joining together to create an alternative to the U.S. dollar area. American sanctions and New Cold War policy has driven these Asian countries together in association with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization as an alternative to NATO…
Zaatari Camp in Jordan
by Matthew R. Stevens
The treatment of Syrian refugees living in urban centres in Jordan is changing radically. New laws, passed in July, are placing strict new limits on who can receive services and support from UNHCR, agencies, and the government.