6 “Who gave himself a ransom for all, to be testified in due time.”
(Source: First Look) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday vehemently denied a Wall Street Journal report, leaked by the Obama White House, that Israel spied on U.S. negotiations with Iran and then fed the intelligence to Congressional Republicans. His office’s denial was categorical and absolute, extending beyond this specific story to U.S.-targeted spying generally, claiming: “The state of Israel does not conduct espionage against the United States or Israel’s other allies.”
(Source: Global Research) – How is it possible to expand something that is, by definition, immeasurable? Such length of string arguments are bound to dog Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s opinion that the air campaign against ISIS needs expansion, lengthening, and deepening. “ISIL has made it clear that it targets, by name, Canada and Canadians.”
Earlier in the week, Harper told the House whilst announcing a one-year extension of its military mission against the Islamic State about his intention to avoid that stumbling block called sovereignty, and the UN charter that acknowledges it with solemn clarity. Canada would “not seek the express consent of the Syrian government” in launching strikes against ISIS targets on Syrian soil.
WEB Notes: Who did not see this coming a mile away? Saudi Arabia said years ago if Iran is allowed to obtain nuclear status they will seek it as well. Allowed, that shows you who controls who. If one nation is “allowed” to have nuclear status then they all should.
(Source: Independent) – Saudi Arabia will not rule out building or acquiring nuclear weapons, the country’s ambassador to the United States has indicated.
(Source: Activist Post) – In what should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed the Syrian crisis, the top US commander in the Middle East, General Lloyd Austin, has apparently recommended that the US military “shield” the new death squad terrorists being trained by the United States who are soon to be deployed across the country.
Gen. Austin told Congress on Thursday that he was currently waiting on the White House’s response to his recommendation.
(Source: KPAX) – A team from Malmstrom Air Force Base successfully tested an unarmed Minuteman III missile early Friday morning in California. This is the second missile Malmstrom has tested in less than a week at Vandenberg Air Force Base.Air Force Global Strike Command airmen launched the intercontinental ballistic missile equipped with a test re-entry vehicle.
2 Dead, 24 Missing in Chile as Abnormal Flooding Hits Driest Place Globally
(Source: Sputnik) – Abnormal flooding in Chile’s Atacama Region, located in the Atacama desert, known as the driest place in the world, left a 45-year-old woman and a 34-year-old man dead and at least 24 people missing.