Apostate Jews conspire to wipe Gaza in the land of the ancient Philistines (i.e., “Palestine”) off the map of Greater Israel

Apostate Jews conspire to wipe Gaza in the land of the ancient Philistines (i.e., “Palestine”) off the map of Greater Israel The two rivers of the Nile and Euphrates, with the curse of the God-forsaken land of the hexagram between them The Jews have of course rejected God’s Son Jesus Christ and the gospel of their salvation since the first century; and they now actually think they’re doing the holy God of Israel’s patriarchs and the Bible a favor by mass murdering innocent Arabs a

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Whose side is the U.S. on? Obama-Kerry seen favoring Hamas and friends over allies

Special to WorldTribune.com JERUSALEM — The Hamas war has highlighted the steady decline in relations between Israel and the United States. Officials and analysts agreed that the U.S.-led mediation to end the Gaza war damaged relations with both Israel as well as longtime Arab allies. They said President Barack Obama sided with Hamas’ main supporters, Qatar and Turkey, to force Israel into a unilateral ceasefire amid Hamas rocket and tun

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ISIL on outskirts of Baghdad with ‘sleeper cells throughout the city’

Special to WorldTribune.com BAGHDAD — Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has established positions in and around the Iraqi capital. Iraqi security sources said ISIL has reached the outskirts of Baghdad from several directions. They said ISIL was surrounding the city from both the south and north while infiltrating suicide bomb squads. The Iraqi military is reportedly building fortifications near the capital, Baghdad, to repel potential a

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Al Qaida video from Gaza shows shoulder-fired missile

Special to WorldTribune.com WASHINGTON — An Al Qaida-aligned militia has unveiled a surface-to-air missile in the war-torn Gaza Strip. The militia, Majlis Shura Al Mujahadeen, has displayed a man-portable surface-to-air missile during the Israeli war with Hamas. Majlis, regarded as aligned with Al Qaida, provided few details of the weapon in an online video released on July 21. Israel confirms that a Soviet-made Strela (SA-7) anti-aircraft

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Growing personality cult around Xi Jinping noted by enemies, has few precedents

Special to WorldTribune.com By Willy Lam, East-Asia-Intel.com Even as Xi Jinping is extending the parameters of his anti-corruption drive, the official media is building up a personality cult around the President that is unprecedented since the demise of Mao Zedong in 1976. A Tiananmen Square street vendor displays a souvenir with pictures of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Chairman Mao Zedong. Since early July, the official media such as

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Israel: 10 percent of Hamas rockets misfired, landed in Gaza Strip

Special to WorldTribune.com TEL AVIV — Israel’s military has estimated that more than 10 percent of Hamas missile launches fell in the Gaza Strip. The military has asserted that nearly 300 rockets fired by Hamas and its Palestinian militia allies landed in the Gaza Strip. In at least one case, a medium-range M-75, based on Iran’s Fajr-5 rocket, exploded during launch. The rocket contains a conventional warhead of at least 100 kilograms

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Hackers can tap USB devices in new attacks, researcher warns

By Jim Finkle BOSTON (Reuters) - USB devices such as keyboards, thumb-drives and mice can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks that evade all known security protections, a top computer researcher revealed on Thursday. Karsten Nohl, chief scientist with Berlin's SR Labs, noted that hackers could load malicious software onto tiny, low-cost computer chips that control functions of USB devices but which have no built-in shields ag

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Canada’s Shaw Communications to buy data center company ViaWest

By Alastair Sharp TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian media and cable company Shaw Communications Inc said it would buy data center services provider ViaWest Inc from Oak Hill Capital Partners and others in a deal valued at $1.2 billion on an enterprise basis. Shaw said the acquisition would help accelerate the development of its Canadian data center platform. Shaw said that Colorado-based ViaWest has 27 data centers mostly in the southwestern United States and that Shaw

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Facebook mobile app to offer free, limited Internet in Zambia

By Alexei Oreskovic SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc is launching a mobile app that gives users in Zambia free access to a handful of online services on mobile phones, broadening an effort to boost Internet usage in underdeveloped countries. The Internet.org app will offer, in partnership with wireless operator Airtel , more than a dozen services including online encyclopedia Wikipedia, websites devoted to weather, job listings and health information, as wel

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Internet privacy service Tor warns users it was attacked

By Joseph Menn and Jim Finkle BOSTON Reuters - Tor, the prominent system for protecting Internet privacy, said on Wednesday many of its users trying to reach hidden sites might have been identified by government-funded researchers. In a note on the nonprofit's website, Tor Project leader Roger Dingledine said the service had identified computers on its network that had been quietly altering Tor traffic for five months in an attempt to unmask users connecting to wha

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