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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Floatin' Powa News Service: HaShem's Holy Order of Peculiar Oddities

You see, the problem with Jerusalem is all those pesky Jews.
And they wonder why BiBi canceled the meeting.
George Mitchell, top US Middle East envoy along with Clinton - explained that the controversy centered on "the number of Jewish births."
Gee... where have I heard that shit before?
Maybe they'll go all Herodly Pharonic on us and slay all our firstborn with a little Mengele thrown in around the crusty edges just for fun.

Oh wait a minute, that's already happening....
50,000 abortions occur in Israel yearly, only 20,000 of which are performed legally.
Jerusalem's Jihadi Arms Dealers
No Jews wanted anymore in Jerusalem, only fine citizens like these and their 8 children each
You will reap what you sow.
An Israeli resident of Kfar Kara is suspected of having sold weapons to the heads of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, a violent offshoot of the Palestinian Fatah movement.

The gag order on the investigation was lifted Saturday, revealing that 20 Israeli citizens, residents of the Arab towns of Wadi Ara and Jiser a Zarka, have been arrested recently on suspicion that they were involved in arms trading with Hamza Masri, 24, of Kfar Kara. Masri himself is suspected of selling weapons to Shaher Hanina, the head of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade's infrastructure in Qalqiliya.
Jordan says Israeli minister's tour of Jerusalem mosque "provocative"
Understand what he is saying here, also please realize that Jordan, specifically the Hashemite Royal Family, is the legal OWNER of the Temple Mount, and what they have decreed here is that it is decidedly PROVOCATIVE to breathe whilst Jewish on the Temple Mount, in the JEWISH state of Israel! It is an unacceptable provocation, even!

Provocative –adjective
1. tending or serving to provoke; inciting, stimulating, irritating, or vexing.
Minister of State for Information Affairs and Communication Nabil Sharif urged an immediate cessation of such moves, which he said endangered the chances of peace.

"This is an unacceptable provocation that hurts sentiments of millions of Arabs and Muslims, and a flagrant encroachment on the sanctity of one of Islam's most sacred places," he said.
Sharif, he don't like it.
"he said... endangered the chances of peace"

THAT my friends, is a THREAT.
How bout these apples, Sharif:
Go. Fuck. Yourself.
Listen, Amalek, you have hurt MY sentiments and encroached on the sanctity of MY sacred place.. so how about we throw down right here right now and get this bullshit over with?

Israel FM rejects new indirect talks with Syria
As well he should.

Mr. Smith goes to Damascus:
Obama has decided to return a U.S. ambassador to Syria after an absence of more than four years, marking a significant step toward engaging an influential Arab nation long at odds with the United States.
US State Dept. on Jerusalem:
The State Department said its policy on Jerusalem has not changed and it remains a "final status" issue. On Monday, State Department spokesman Ian Kelly had said that the administration's demand for a stoppage of settlement construction included Jewish neighborhoods in eastern Jerusalem. But on Tuesday at the daily briefing, Kelly stated that "a far as Jerusalem is concerned, our policy in Jerusalem has not changed." "Jerusalem is a final-status issue," he said. "Israel and the Palestinians have agreed to resolve this status during negotiations."
Obama to meet Pope on July 10
No doubt they will discuss all the Glow Ballin' ways of reducing the number of provocative Jewish babies in the earth, thereby bringing on the vaunted peace in our time!
Jewsus sees all you MFers.
Vatican officials said the U.S. leader would have an afternoon audience with the pope in the Vatican after the conclusion of a July 8-10 summit of Group of Eight industrial nations, scheduled for the Italian city of L'Aquila. "The pope is ready to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama in the afternoon of July 10," deputy Vatican spokesman Ciro Benedettini told Reuters.
Clinton phoned Ihsanoglu and told him that she wished to create an other opportunity to meet with him in the shortest time possible. Hillary Clinton and Ihsanoglu were scheduled to meet in Washington, D.C. on Monday. However, the meeting was postponed for one day as Clinton broke her elbow. After feeling not well, Clinton cancelled her meeting with Ihsanoglu on Tuesday and, as Ihsanoglu had to leave for Brussels, he could not re-schedule an appointment with Clinton. In the phone conversation, Clinton thanked Ihsanoglu for the positive support he extended to U.S. President Barack Obama's speech at Cairo University recently. Ihsanoglu, in his part, told Clinton on the phone that "President Obama's good will messages in Cairo must be turned into policies that can be implemented".
US Rescinds Invitations to Iranian Diplomats
No hot dogs for you. Now, back to driving the Jews into the sea....

Neda's Fiancee: She Started Attending Protests Deeply Outraged by the Election Results
Neda Agha-Soltan, who was shot dead by the Islamic regime of Iran's security forces on Saturday 20 June, wanted freedom for everyone.In interviews with the press, her fiancee, Caspian Makan, said 'Neda was never supportive of either group [referring to the factions in the regime]. She wanted freedom; Freedom for everyone.'
Neda loved music, not politics


>In Baharestan Square the Police are shooting. A girl is shot and the police are not allowing to let the people help them.

>Cell network down in Baharestan & nearby area

>Conflict still in Baharestan Sq they even people who talk with their cellphone

>The girl who was shot was taken to a private clinic, not known yet of her well being...alive or not?

>People gathered in Baharestan but police & plain cloths don't let the core of the rally to form

>All shops and Passages are closed at Baharestan SQ, Gunshot being heard from Jomhori St

> Gunshot being heard at Baharestan Square.

>About 5,000 Protesters gatherd at Sadeghieh Sq, Bassij and Hezbollah attcking them

>Hezbollah Attcked to some people trying to gather at Tajrish Square

>Army Helycopters flying over Enghelab Sq. Army Vans moving toward Azadi St with heavy Machine Guns.

>Hezbollah Attcked to some people trying to gather at Tajrish Sq.

>Protesters gatherd at Sepah Sq

>More than 3 people have been shot in Baharestan's conflict, The shooting is still continues and conflicts increasing!!!!
Four Iranian Players Hit With Lifetime Ban
For wearing the green.

Police confront demonstrators in southern Tehran – witnesses

Iran 'will not yield'
Rat bastid is in hiding while women and college kids die in the streets. Typical.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei again said the result would stand, despite protests in which several people have died. The main protest leader, Mir Hossein Mousavi, has not been seen in public for days, but his website quoted his wife saying protests would continue.
Iranian Maoist Communiqué: Mousavi is Not Your Brother!
Mir Hossein Mousavi called on you to “consider the Basiji your brothers”. This means you should consider your brothers those who used knives and machetes on the bodies of your dearest sons and daughters. Mousavi told you “not to consider the army to be against you”. This means considering to be your friends those who under the orders of Khamenei are trying to smash your uprising and are shooting our youth in many corners of the country.
Iran remains key trade partner for Europe

Iran eyes Russia for pipeline investments

Iran plans Caspian export pipelines

Toothless watchdogs of democracy

While brave men and women fought a hopeless battle in the streets of Teheran against the brutal repression of the security forces of the fanatical regime, no one lifted a finger to help them.
IRAQ: Baghdad bombing kills at least 61, injures more than 160
The attack at a marketplace in Sadr City, a Shiite neighborhood, comes less than a week before U.S. combat troops are scheduled to withdraw from most of their bases in Iraqi cities.
Russia: Speech at Meeting of the Alliance for Civilizations
It gives him great pleasure, even...
Mr Secretary-General,
Permanent representatives and ambassadors,
Ladies and gentlemen,

It gives me great pleasure to speak here from the tribune of the League of Arab States. This is my first visit to this influential organisation's headquarters. As an organisation uniting the countries of the Middle East and North Africa, with their shared history, the League of Arab States plays an important part today in global and regional politics, the economy and finance. There can be no progress on many of the issues facing the world today, such as security, sustainable development, promotion of dialogue between civilisations, and settling religious conflicts, without taking into consideration the organisation's position and the views of its member states. And the same applies, of course, to our efforts to successfully overcome the problems brought on by the global financial and economic crisis.
Russia Seeks Stronger Ties with the Arab World
As do they all.

President Medvedev arrives in Egypt for tour to revive relations

MIDDLE EAST: Medvedev Has A Vision
And it's a friggin' nightmare:
Medvedev said that the solution to the Middle East conflict must lead to the creation of "an independent, sovereign, viable Palestinian State, with East Jerusalem as its capital".
Georgia keeps watch as Russia bans observers and sends in troops

Mikheil Saakashvili says Russia started war to gain energy supplies

Vladimir Putin wants to see Mikheil Saakashvili hanged 'by the balls'
Russia has one desire in relation to Mikheil Saakashvili — to see him removed as President of Georgia and preferably hanged “by the balls”, in Vladimir Putin’s colourful expression.

President Medvedev has set out the Kremlin’s policy just as graphically, calling Mr Saakashvili a “political corpse” who “no longer exists in our eyes”. He told Western analysts that his Georgian counterpart was “mentally unstable”.

The rhetoric has been unrelentingly harsh since last August’s war over South Ossetia.

Skinheads sentenced in Russia

EU to meet Russia, Ukraine officials to avert gas crisis

Russia appoints new ambassador to Ukraine, and soon Ukraine will have a new president of Vlad's choosing
.....if he speaks to common people, he glorifies them, if he speaks to nationalists, he emphasizes anti-Semitism, if he speaks to Jews, he appears in front of them as a genuine son of the Zionist nation. He is another Ukrainian absurdity attempting to replace Yushchenko, who in his turn has become not even a lame duck, but a toilet duck,” the scientist said.
Please, pay close attention to this statement because this is the same hooplebabble coming from all your Euro-Fascist parties and is the primary reason so many have been duped, fooled and just plain jumped into cahoots with these rehashed Nazi retreads:

"if he speaks to nationalists, he emphasizes anti-Semitism, if he speaks to Jews, he appears in front of them as a genuine son of the Zionist nation."

Exactly. All your so called NATIONALIST types today are knocking each other over claiming to be the true champions of Israel, and for two reasons:

One, it ostensibly separates them in the eyes of the public from the views of the Left and Islam.
Two, it shores up their own nationalistic ambitions - IOW, if the Jews can have a sovereign state so can we, they use ISRAEL as a justification for their own agendas.

These MFers hate us as much as they hate the Muslims. Probably more. They intend to use the jihad to get rid of the Jews while simultaneously wearing Islam as wings. Jihad is their golden opportunity to seize power, and they know it. Already this is happening all over the world. It is very simple, really, and if you can not see it, it is simply because you do not want to. The enemy of your enemy is your friend, the expedience of it apeals to your lazy asses. So eventually we will all have to pay for your idiotic, staggering and willful lapse in discerment. Forgive me if I neglect to thank you.

Speaking of entryism, bearding and re branding:
(they have ALL done it over the last 7 years)

European socialists change name to accommodate Italian lawmakers
Brussels - The Socialist group in the European Parliament on Tuesday changed its name to accommodate left-of-centre lawmakers from Italy. At a meeting in Brussels, its 183 members agreed to rename their group The Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats. The grouping, the second-largest in the European Parliament, was formerly known as the Party of European Socialists.
Putin drops into shop, demands discounts

Kazakhstan adopts tough Internet law
Kazakhstan’s parliament on Wednesday approved a law tightening state controls over the Internet and media that has been criticised by human rights watchdogs.
Anthrax Reported In West Kazakhstan

SCO to hold its massive anti-terror drill in Kazakhstan

Moscow, June 24 (PTI) The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) will hold its massive anti-terror drill in Kazakhstan in September.

The Peace Mission 2009 joint drill with the involvement of 10 thousand troops will be conducted in Otar range in Kazakhstan, the Central Asian republic's defence ministry was quoted as saying by ITAR-TASS.

SCO comprises China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, while India, Iran, Mongolia and Pakistan have Observer status in the organisation.

TAJIKISTAN: Places of worship confiscated
Tajikistan continues strict controls over religious communities and attacks against places of worship, Forum 18 News Service has found. Establishing new places of worship and retaining ones that the religious communities have is difficult. One officially registered Protestant Church – Grace Sunmin Church in the capital Dushanbe - is being forced to vacate its own church building by 1 July, church members told Forum 18.
Washington, D.C. - June 23, 2009:
Son of the Morning Star alert:
Ambassador Richard L. Morningstar, the State Department's Special Envoy for Eurasian Energy, this morning told a breakfast meeting at the U.S.-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC) that the Caspian region is getting a fresh look from the U.S. government.

"We do think that the southern corridor is tremendously important," Ambassador Morningstar said.

How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations!
~ Isaiah 14:12

US chooses expediency over rights in Central Asia

Medvedev to seal gas, nuclear pacts in Nigeria

Research and Markets: South Africa Uranium Mining Industry

Russian, Japanese firms may up Uranium One stakes

Uzbekistan joins International Renewable Energy Agency

Uzbekistan's 'Big Papa' Karimov Marks 20 Years Of Iron-Fisted Rule

Passports with biometric data introduced in Uzbekistan

Saudi investors swarming Kyrgystan
In the course of the business forum attended by Saudi Arabian entrepreneurs and investors the financial investment holding MGN Group presented an overview of prospective sectors of economy that could become profitable to foreign investment.
Saudi Arabia is the leading investor in foreign economies. In view of this, the Kyrgyz government deems it topical to keep the Arabian investors up to date with the most attractive investment projects in the country.
Kyrgyzstan agreed to US base deal with Russia
A Kyrgyzstan deal with the United States to keep open a U.S. air base in Central Asia was agreed with Russia, a Kremlin source said on Thursday, but a newspaper report said Moscow had been thrown off balance by the move. The United States has agreed to pay $180 million to Kyrgyzstan to keep open the last remaining U.S. air base in Central Asia, a key refueling point for U.S. aircraft in NATO operations against Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan.

Kyrgyzstan ranks among 50 most unstable countries

Kyrgyzstan takes the 42nd place among 50 most unstable counties of the world, the Global index of failed states by the Foreign Policy magazine and the World Fund Public Association published by the news agency PRIME-TASS says.

Somali, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Chad, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Afghanistan, Cote d’ Ivoir, the Central African Republic and Pakistan make the top ten of the rating.

The neighbor countries of Kyrgyzstan - Uzbekistan and Tajikistan take the 31st and the 37th positions respectively, while Russia has moved from 72nd to 71st place for the past year.
Turkmen Foreign Minister Rashid Meredov is currently on an official visit to Washington. The trip is shrouded in secrecy, but energy issues are the obvious focus of his discussions with US officials.
Turkmenistan unaffected by global economic crisis

China, Turkmenistan pledge to strengthen cooperative ties

Turkmens say to increase gas supplies to China

China, Finland aim for all-round cooperation

U.S., China Plan More Talks on Naval Run-Ins

China, US eye restoring comprehensive military ties
China and the United States are looking at restoring comprehensive military relations after an 18-month hiatus in their defense talks.

Defense officials from China and the United States concluded Wednesday the 10th annual round of defense consultations, the first and highest-level defense dialogue since the Obama administration took office.

"The development of Sino-U.S. military ties has not been very smooth and still faces some obstacles," said Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie in a meeting with U.S. Under-Secretary of Defense for Policy Michele Flournoy Wednesday afternoon.

The obstacles included U.S. weapons sales to Taiwan.

"We hope the United States would take substantial measures to remove the barriers that hinder our military relations," said Ma Xiaotian, deputy chief of the General Staff of the Chinese People's Liberation Army.

Pentagon Dismisses as 'Silliness' North Korea's Threat to Wipe Out US
You see that Chinese hand up the Norks ass or is it just me?

Buffett Says US May Need More Stimulus as Unemployment Climbs

No More Bailouts
The House GOP's Alternative to Geithnerism.

Excerpt: 'Bailout Nation'
How did we go from being a nation that revered the idea of the self-reliant broncobuster into something else entirely? What turned us into a nanny state for well-paid bankers?How did the good ole U.S. of A. turn into a Bailout Nation? That is what this book is about.
Who Owns the Banks, Round Two?
Bank nationalization will soon be back on the agenda unless the economy picks up.
Ex-Goldman "Goldfinger" raises $2.5 billion fund
Such a cold finger.

Citigroup pumping up paychecks

Forget the USA, BRICs are doing it for themselves
The era of US-dominance is coming to a close, believes David Thomas, director of the BRIC+ Program and expert on the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) economies.
US Dominance comitted suicide.

'BRIC' economies flaunt power at summit

Thousands of utility customers in danger of shutoff
OK, dig:
"Theresa Czarski of the Office of the People's Counsel"
The shit continues to write itself.
"If customers don't call us, then it's impossible for us to understand their individual circumstances, and more importantly, impossible to work with them," Gould said.

Theresa Czarski of the Office of the People's Counsel, which represents consumer interests, said she wouldn't be surprised if people ignored the correspondence. She was "concerned that customers would believe [the letter about payment plans] was just another request for payment," Czarski said, though the plans were designed to benefit them and to make payments more reasonable for a period of time.
GPS Ruling Challenges NY Law Enforcement

This opinion was not based on any Fourth Amendment concerns, but because of a right, newly found by the court in New York's Constitution at Article I, §12. This section of the state Constitution, in addition to tracking the language of the Fourth Amendment, adds:

The right of the people to be secure against unreasonable interception of telephone and telegraph communications shall not be violated, and ex parte orders or warrants shall issue only upon oath or affirmation that there is reasonable ground to believe that evidence of crime may thus be obtained, and identifying the particular means of communication, and particularly describing the person or persons whose communications are to be intercepted and the purpose thereof.

The court went on to review the leading U.S. Supreme Court case, United States v. Knotts, 460 U.S. 276 (1983), in which a "mere beeper" was used to do exactly the same thing as the GPS device in the case before them. The court distinguished the "beeper" from a GPS device with the following line: "[W]e must now, more than a quarter of a century later, recognize [the beeper] to have been a very primitive tracking device."

Although the opinion provides no technological description of either the beeper or the GPS device -- but merely characterizes the former as more primitive -- it appears that the court believes it is the efficacy of the newer device that removes it from the ambit of "primitive." As the court wrote: "[T]he potential for a similar capture of information or 'seeing' by law enforcement would require, at a minimum, millions of additional police officers and cameras on every street lamp."

Marine Corps Times: Gates approves creation of new cyber command
A three-page memo signed by Gates orders U.S. Strategic Command to begin plans to set up a subcommand and be prepared to provide an implementation plan by Sept. 1, and begin initial operation no later than October.Officials have said the new command would be located at Fort Meade in Maryland, just north of Washington, and would be fully ready to go by the end of next year. Gates said in his memo that he is recommending that the director of the National Security Agency, currently Lt. Gen. Keith Alexander, be tapped to lead the command, in a dual role with his current responsibilities. That job would be upgraded to a four-star general slot.
Look Up, Look Down: Raytheon Releases RAID
Look! Up in the Sky! It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's the Raytheon Spy Blimp!
As the American republic's long death-spiral continues apace, newer and ever more insidious technologies usher us towards an age of high-tech barbarism.
"At first glance" Newsweek reveals, "there was nothing special about the blimp floating high above the cars and crowd at this year's Indy 500 on Memorial Day weekend."

"Nothing special" that is, until you took a closer look. What you then discovered was another quintessentially American innovation, all the more chilling for its bland ubiquity. A silent, hovering sentinel linking commerce and repression; a perfect trope for our ersatz democracy. "Like most airships" Newsweek continued, "it acted as an advertising vehicle."

But the real promo should have been for the blimp's creator, Raytheon, the security company best known for its weapons systems. Hidden inside the 55-foot-long white balloon was a powerful surveillance camera adapted from the technology Raytheon provides the U.S. military.(For complete article links, please see source at Antifascist Calling... here)
Raytheon to develop info security solution

Allocation Of Tennessee's Homeland Security Funds

Ky. Receives $11.7M In Homeland Security Grants

Sheriff gets 287(g) affirmation from Napolitano

Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall took part in a private meeting with U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano Tuesday morning to discuss the oft-controversial 287(g) program and its future both nationally and in Nashville.

Hall on Tuesday told The City Paper the meeting with Napolitano went well and said the new secretary views 287(g) as “an invaluable tool for partnership between federal and local law enforcement to work together and act as a force multiplier.”
Arizona Looks to Outlaw Global Warming Legislation

Medtronic Gets Subpoena Regarding Disputed Study

Socialism and the regulation of tobacco
Congress has voted to give the FDA the authority to regulate tobacco. The problem is the Supreme Court in 2000 denied the FDA that privilege. According to Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor in her majority opinion: “Were the FDA to regulate cigarettes and smokeless tobacco, the (federal law) would require the agency to ban them……Congress, however, has foreclosed the removal of tobacco products from the market. The inescapable conclusion is that there is no room for tobacco products within the (federal law’s) regulatory scheme.” Did any lawmaker consider that the FDA itself did not want the job of regulating tobacco, and has stated so publicly?
Where Can Americans Go for Treatment Under Govt Health Care?
If you advocate we in the United States completely abandon the free market model that has worked for over 200 years in favor of a socialist health care system, you need to hear about Shona Holmes experience with the government health care system in Canada.

Top London Jewish school ' unlawfully racist' in landmark ruling

A top London Jewish school was being unlawfully racist when they barred a 12-year-old boy on “religious” grounds ruled three Appeal Court judges today.

The state run Jewish Free School in Kenton, Harrow rejected the boy - named only as M - on the grounds that his mother was not born to the Jewish faith, and they did not recognise her conversion before he was born, because it was not in an Orthodox synagogue.

In a test case challenge the judges unanimously ruled that the heavily oversubscribed Orthodox Jewish school's admission policy was unlawfully in breach of the Race Relations Act.

The family's solicitor John Halfords said the ruling would have far reaching implications for all faith schools
A Gory Televided Attempt to Disprove Intelligent Design
Keep in mind the "evolutionary biologist" title Dawkins uses is bullshit, there is no such thing. Dick has a degree in ZOOLOGY, nothing more.
Collaborating with the Royal Veterinary College, Dugan recruited a team of experts including the evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins (the author of The God Delusion) who, says Dugan, got “terribly excited” by the prospect of dissecting a giraffe. Its anatomy is key in proving evolution over intelligent design (the belief that the complexity of living things demonstrates the existence of a creator). Rather than passing a few inches directly between the larynx and the brain, the giraffe’s recurrent laryngeal nerve (which stimulates the voice box) takes a huge detour up and down the neck. This, says Dawkins, is not the work of Intelligent Design: “A designer can go back to the drawing board and come back with something more sensible. Evolution can’t. Evolution has no foresight.”

The dissection goes on to show how the giraffe’s neck, despite its length, contains only seven vertebrae (the same as humans) and how in order to maintain its high blood pressure the giraffe has evolved a thick heart wall muscle and tight skin around its legs that act like pressure stockings.

Before the workings of the elephant can be dissected, the team has to release the build-up of gases caused by decomposition and fermentation (elephants produce 2,000 litres of methane a day, enough to fill a weather balloon). The resultant hiss of escaping gas is deafening. Having unpacked the elephant’s massive guts, the team examines its trunk (a marvel of engineering that saves the elephant from having to lower its weighty head to pick up food), its ears (flooded with blood vessels to aid cooling) and its feet, which bear up to three tons each and are cushioned with chunky insoles of fat that mimic a pogo-stick in propelling the elephant forward as it runs.

With the series’s deluge of blood and guts, the obvious question is whether viewers will prove too squeamish to endure. “It’s a worry,” says Dugan. “But when you get inside the head of an anatomist and start looking at it as a problem of engineering or evolution, you stop noticing the gore and it becomes so interesting.”

Purpose Driven Atheism: Secular Maharishis Seeking True Believers
Do Richard Dawkins, Bill Maher, and other true believers really offer a different path, or are their methods and manner merely a mirror image of the fundamentalism they so despise? We are spiritual animals and must learn to live with the complexities and paradoxes of religion—and of the natural world as well.
Jerusalem hosts gay pride parade

Heavy Security in Jerusalem Ahead of Gay Parade

Israel opens mosaic museum in the West Bank
The $2.5m Museum of the Good Samaritan, housing nearly 50 mosaics and a collection of antiquities, was opened at the Christian pilgrimage site where the Bible’s “Parable of the Good Samaritan” is believed to be set. The site also comprises the restored Good Samaritan Inn, a reconstructed Byzantine church, and Second Temple-era dwelling caves.
'Ark of the Covenant' about to be unveiled?
The patriarch of the Orthodox Church of Ethiopia says he will announce to the world Friday the unveiling of the Ark of the Covenant, perhaps the world's most prized archaeological and spiritual artifact, which he says has been hidden away in a church in his country for millennia, according to the Italian news agency Adnkronos.

Abuna Pauolos, in Italy for a meeting with Pope Benedict XVI this week, told the news agency, "Soon the world will be able to admire the Ark of the Covenant described in the Bible as the container of the tablets of the law that God delivered to Moses and the center of searches and studies for centuries."
Balochistan active volcano

Stunning pictures of volcanic eruption from space

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