Syrian government officials have declared the military will no longer observe the ceasefire agreed to by the United States and Russia one week ago. The goal of the agreed ceasefire was to end the fighting in the Syrian proxy war, eliminate terrorist groups in Syria and then negotiate a political agreement for reforms. Monday marked the end of a 7 day period which was supposed have reduced violence before the peace process could move to the next step of the US and Russia targeting Islamic State and Al Nusra terrorists.
WEB Notes: His “investments” have caused far more harm that good across the world. What we have today is rampant immigration, both legal and illegal. When you do not have a limit on the number of foreigners allowed into your nation it changes the culture and we are seeing that across the Christian world. Immigration is a good thing, but it must be controlled. Mexico controls its immigration from the south, but you rarely hear about that.
WEB Notes: How rapid the decline of this nation has become.
Qatar, the world’s largest exporter of liquefied natural gas, sold local currency bonds as the government seeks to fill a budget gap caused by the slump in energy prices.
President Obama on Tuesday will lead a special summit on the need to take in Syrian refugees, just days after weekend terrorist attacks that are raising more questions about whether the U.S. should be cracking down on immigration instead of opening the doors further.
WEB Notes: You can feel the spiritual war raging across the world. People are rapidly picking the side they will choice. There are only two, so choose well. God’s side and Satan’s side. 10,000 Christians did not leave this church, 10,000 pretenders did. Christians stand for Christ and stand by Him.
The U.S. government has mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrants from countries of concern to national security or with high rates of immigration fraud who had pending deportation orders, according to an internal Homeland Security audit released Monday.
US authorities were investigating on Monday night whether the New York bomb attacks were an Islamist terror plot as it emerged the alleged perpetrator had travelled to Afghanistan and Pakistan several times and showed signs of having been radicalised.