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ISRAEL RISES: Demands Vatican’s Unequivocal Condemnation of Hamas Terrorism

ISRAEL RISES: Demands Vatican’s Unequivocal Condemnation of Hamas Terrorism

Israel’s representative, Cohen, has called on the Vatican to outrightly condemn the terrorist activities of Hamas. This follows a report by The Times of Israel. Cohen criticized the Holy See for its apparent bias, showing more concern for Gazan civilians while Israel mourns over 1,300 victims. He further stressed that Hamas terrorists have targeted women, children and the elderly simply because they are Jews and Israelis.

On October 11th, Pope Francis made a call for the release of Israeli hostages held by Hamas. However, he also criticized what he termed as Israel’s “total siege” on Palestinians in Gaza. While acknowledging Israel’s right to self-defense, he expressed worry over innocent victims in Gaza. This stance has drawn criticism from American Catholic intellectual George Weigel.

Weigel accused Pope Francis of falling back on a “default position” which appeals to both sides when a direct condemnation was required instead. Similarly critical were voices from the Israeli Embassy to the Holy See; they warned against Vatican statements that seemed to imply equal guilt between victims and perpetrators involved in recent atrocities.

Pope Francis emphasized that terrorism and extremism only serve to fuel hatred, violence and suffering. However, his stance has been met with criticism from those who believe he should adopt a stronger stand against acts of terror perpetrated by

ALARMING Surge in ANTISEMITIC Crimes: London Deploys Over 1,000 Officers Ahead of Rally

ALARMING Surge in ANTISEMITIC Crimes: London Deploys Over 1,000 Officers Ahead of Rally

In response to a disturbing increase in antisemitic hate crimes, Scotland Yard has deployed over a thousand officers. This action precedes a pro-Palestinian rally planned for tomorrow. The extent of HAMAS support among London’s Muslim and secular radical populations is yet to be determined.

London’s Muslim community, which makes up about one-sixth of the city’s population, has grown to 1.3 million due to diversity and mass immigration policies by the two main political parties. In contrast, census data shows that the Jewish population has decreased to an estimated 265,000.

Following the deadly HAMAS attack on October 7 that took over 1,000 Jewish lives, numerous protests have erupted. As antisemitic incidents in Britain have escalated since the conflict began, two Jewish schools in London have decided to close until Monday.

Senior Officer Laurence Taylor noted a significant rise in antisemitic crimes compared with last year’s figures during the same period (30 September — 13 October). He mentioned that while Islamophobic incidents have also slightly increased, they are nowhere near as prevalent as the surge in antisemitism.

US AID To UKRAINE: Biden’s Pledge Faces Surge of Resistance — How Americans Really Feel

US AID To UKRAINE: Biden’s Pledge Faces Surge of Resistance — How Americans Really Feel

President Biden’s call for sustained aid to Ukraine, announced at the United Nations General Assembly, is meeting escalating resistance within the US. The administration is pushing for an extra $24 billion in aid for Ukraine by the end of this year. This would escalate total assistance to a whopping $135 billion since the conflict ignited in February 2022.

Yet, a CNN poll from August uncovers that most Americans oppose further aid to Ukraine. The topic has grown increasingly divisive over time. Moreover, despite Western backing and training, Ukraine’s much-hyped counter-offensive has not yielded significant wins.

A Wall Street Journal survey earlier this month revealed that more than half of American voters — 52% — disapprove of Biden’s handling of the Ukrainian situation — a rise from 46% on March 22. Among those surveyed, over one-third believe too much effort is being put into helping Ukraine while only about one-fifth think not enough is being done.

US, UK UNVEIL ‘20 Days in Mariupol’ to the WORLD: A Shocking Expose of Russia’s Invasion

The United States and Britain are shining a spotlight on the atrocities of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. They’ve organized a U.N. screening of the acclaimed documentary “20 Days in Mariupol”. This film documents the experiences of three Associated Press journalists during Russia’s brutal siege on the Ukrainian port city. UK Ambassador Barbara Woodward stressed that this screening is vital, as it exposes how Russia’s actions challenge the very principles that U.N. upholds — respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Produced by AP and PBS series “Frontline”, “20 Days in Mariupol” presents 30 hours worth footage recorded in Mariupol after Russia launched its invasion on February 24, 2022. The film captures street battles, extreme pressure on residents, and deadly attacks that took innocent lives including pregnant women and children. The siege concluded on May 20, 2022 leaving thousands dead and Mariupol devastated.

U.S ambassador to U.N., Linda Thomas-Greenfield referred to “20 Days in Mariupol” as a vivid record of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war aggression. She called upon everyone to witness these horrors and recommit themselves towards justice and peace in Ukraine.

The AP’s coverage from Mariupol has drawn ire from Kremlin with its U.N ambassador

FUKUSHIMA FALLOUT: Tepco Begins Controversial Release of Radioactive Water into Pacific, Sparks Global Outrage

Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) started discharging treated radioactive water from the devastated Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean on Thursday. The flow began around 1 p.m. local time, with plans to continue the release for 17 days. TEPCO executives assured they would stop the release if any problems arose.

The decision has sparked global protests, including in Japan and South Korea. China issued a harsh statement on Thursday, condemning Japan’s “selfish and irresponsible” actions. Beijing warned of a potential “man-made secondary disaster” if Japan proceeded with the water dumping.

In Tokyo, hundreds of protestors gathered near TEPCO’s headquarters. Despite not being allowed to approach the building, their determined presence was a stark contrast to the tranquility of the nearby Imperial Palace. Their demands included calls to “protect our rights.”

Among the crowd was Terumi Kataoka, a woman in her sixties from Fukushima. She held a banner adorned with fish, her message clear: “No Dumping Radioactive Water into The Ocean.” The demonstration was peaceful, with journalists and a minimal police presence on hand.

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Landmark Panel on UFOs Targets Unsettling National Security THREATS

This Wednesday, the House of Representatives launched a historic panel on Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP), more widely known as UFOs. This initiative marks the government’s most serious acknowledgment of the need to scrutinize these enigmatic sightings at the uppermost levels of command.

Republican Tim Burchett, who started the meeting, clarified that it would focus solely on facts, devoid of alien folklore. For two hours, three witnesses recounted their interactions with seemingly physics-defying objects. They expressed concern over pilots’ fears of coming forward, strange biological material retrieved from unidentified crafts, and purported backlash against whistleblowers.

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US DEATH TOLL Mounts: The Heart-Wrenching Reality of Israel-Hamas Conflict

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is set to hold the daily press briefing today. This comes amid the intensifying conflict between Israel and Hamas, which has tragically claimed at least 25 American lives.

The grim figure was confirmed by Secretary of State Antony Blinken during a joint news conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv on Thursday morning. The conflict, sparked by a widespread attack from Hamas militants last weekend, has seen the overall death toll skyrocket to approximately 2,500.

The press briefing is expected to start at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time today. Keep an eye on this space for more updates as this critical situation continues to unfold.

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