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Bible Prophecy News with a focus on the Persecution of the Church and the Rise of the Islamic AntiChrist and his Beast Caliphate.
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Our main mission is to stir the heart of the Church, for the coming of Jesus Christ. To multiply watchmen on the wall and to inform the Church of the role which Islam plays in the Book of Revelation. To teach Bible prophecy with a Biblical Middle-East centric view, rather than the false American or European view, which has so readily become main stream and is not supported by Scripture.

God has begun to reveal that Islam will play the central role in the events of the last days. We are here to share info and give you a basic understanding of those events which will play out. God told the prophet Daniel that the true understanding of his prophecy, would remain sealed until the time of the end.

Daniel 12:9-10 And he said, Go thy way, Daniel; for the words are shut up and sealed till the time of the end. Many shall purify themselves, and make themselves white, and be refined; but the wicked shall do wickedly; and none of the wicked shall understand; but they that are wise shall understand.

In these very days, God is revealing the interpretation of the End Days, so that his Church will not be without knowledge in the coming days of Tribulation. As we see the Islamic Caliphate (the Beast) rise again.

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Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF–OIR) aka Global Coalition Forces

Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF–OIR) aka Global Coalition Forces

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Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve
Participant in the Syrian Civil War and the Iraqi Civil War,
Seal of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve

Seal of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve[1]
Active 10 October 2014 – present
(3 years, 2 weeks and 2 days)[2][3][4]
Ideology Counterterrorism
Founding leader U.S. Central Command
Current Commander United States LTG Paul E. Funk II[5]
Deputy Commander-Strategy and Support United Kingdom MG Felix Gedney
Deputy Commander-Operations and Intelligence United States Maj Gen Dirk D. Smith
Chief of Staff United States BG J. Kenneth L. Kamper
Headquarters Kuwait[6][7]
Size 6,350[8][9]
Allies
Battles and wars International campaign against ISIL

Website www.inherentresolve.mil
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Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF–OIR) is the Joint Task Force established by the US-led international coalition against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), set up by the US Central Command to coordinate military efforts against ISIL (Da’esh), and is composed of US military forces and personnel from over 30 countries.[1][14] The stated aim of CJTF–OIR is to “degrade and destroy” ISIL.[15] Its establishment by US Central Command was announced in December 2014, after it was set up to replace the ad hoc arrangements that had previously been established to coordinate operations following the rapid gains made by ISIL in Iraq in June.[16] Formed in October 2014,[3] its first “coalition integration conference” was held the first week of December 2014.[1] Current operations are named Operation Inherent Resolve by the United States Department of Defense. The current coalition commander has expressed his intent to root out ISIL from the major cities of Syria by the end of his rotation as commander.[17]

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History

As of August 2016, U.S. Army lieutenant general Stephen J. Townsend commands CJTF-OIR[18] in an appointment which consolidates three commander’s tasks. Townsend has two deputies, a British Army officer, Major General Rupert Jones, who is currently serving as CJTF-OIR Deputy Commander-Strategy and Sustainment, and a U.S. Air Force officer, Major General Scott A. Kindsvater, who is currently serving as CJTF-OIR Deputy Commander-Operations and Intelligence.[19] CJTF-OIR’s headquarters is at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait and includes approximately 500 personnel from 15 nations who are involved in coordinating operations in Iraq.[20]

 

 

As part of CJTF-OIR, countries which have conducted airstrikes in Iraq include the United States, Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Jordan, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Those who have conducted airstrikes in Syria include the United States, Australia, Bahrain, Canada, France, the Netherlands, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom.[21]

A dozen countries are also involved in the Capacity Building Mission Iraq effort in Iraq. Those who have announced their participation in the program that trains Iraqi security forces include Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Slovenia,[22] Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. As a result of the BPC program, nearly 6,500 Iraqi forces have completed the training, with approximately 4,500 currently in training.[23]

As of August 2015, U.S.-led coalition aircraft had reportedly flown a total 45,259 sorties in the previous 12 months of operations, with the U.S. Air Force flying the majority, accounting for 67 percent and dropping more than 5,600 bombs in the campaign to date.[24] The Guardian reported that a team of independent journalists had published details of 52 airstrikes which killed more than 450 civilians. The coalition acknowledged only 2 non-combatant deaths.[25]

In October 2015, Tunisia announced it would join the CJTF–OIR.[26]

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Palestian Intifada and BDS Movement

Palestian Intifada and BDS Movement

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The First Intifada or First Palestinian Intifada (also known simply as the intifada or intifadah[note A]) was a Palestinian uprising against the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.[6] The uprising lasted from December 1987 until the Madrid Conference in 1991, though some date its conclusion to 1993, with the signing of the Oslo Accords.[7]

The uprising began on 9 December,[8] in the Jabalia refugee camp after an Israeli Defense Forces’ (IDF) truck collided with a civilian car, killing four Palestinians.[9][10][11] In the wake of the incident, a protest movement arose, involving a two-fold strategy of resistance and civil disobedience,[12] consisting of general strikes, boycotts of Israeli Civil Administration institutions in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, an economic boycott consisting of refusal to work in Israeli settlements on Israeli products, refusal to pay taxes, refusal to drive Palestinian cars with Israeli licenses, graffiti, barricading,[13][14] and widespread throwing of stones and Molotov cocktails at the IDF and its infrastructure within the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

Israel, deploying some 80,000 soldiers and initially firing live rounds, killed a large number of Palestinians. In the first 13 months, 332 Palestinians and 12 Israelis were killed.[15] Given the high proportion of children, youths and civilians killed, it then adopted a policy of ‘might, power, and beatings,’ namely “breaking Palestinians’ bones”.[15][16] The global diffusion of images of soldiers beating adolescents with clubs then led to the adoption of firing semi-lethal plastic bullets.[15] In the intifada’s first year, Israeli security forces killed 311 Palestinians, of which 53 were under the age of 17.[15] Over the first two years, according to Save the Children, an estimated 7% of all Palestinians under 18 years of age suffered injuries from shootings, beatings, or tear gas.[16] Over six years the IDF killed an estimated 1,162–1,204[17] Palestinians. Between 23,600-29,900 Palestinian children required medical treatment from IDF beatings in the first 2 years.[18]

Among Israelis, 100 civilians and 60 IDF personnel were killed[19] often by militants outside the control of the Intifada’s UNLU,[20] and more than 1,400 Israeli civilians and 1,700 soldiers were injured.[21]

Intra-Palestinian violence was also a prominent feature of the Intifada, with widespread executions of an estimated 822 Palestinians killed as alleged Israeli collaborators, (1988–April 1994).[22] At the time Israel reportedly obtained information from some 18,000 Palestinians who had been compromised,[23] although fewer than half had any proven contact with the Israeli authorities.[24]

The ensuing Second Intifada took place from September 2000 to 2005.

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The Second Intifada, also known as the Al-Aqsa Intifada (Arabic: انتفاضة الأقصى‎‎ Intifāḍat al-ʾAqṣā; Hebrew: אינתיפאדת אל-אקצה‎‎ Intifādat El-Aqtzah), was the second Palestinian uprising against Israel – a period of intensified Israeli–Palestinian violence. It started in September 2000, when Ariel Sharon made a visit to the Temple Mount, seen by Palestinians as highly provocative; and Palestinian demonstrators, throwing stones at police, were dispersed by the Israeli army, using tear gas and rubber bullets.[12]

Both parties caused high numbers of casualties among civilians as well as combatants: the Palestinians by numerous suicide bombings and gunfire; the Israelis by tank and gunfire and air attacks, by numerous targeted killings, and by reactions to demonstrations. The death toll, including both military and civilian, is estimated to be about 3,000 Palestinians and 1,000 Israelis, as well as 64 foreigners.[13][14]

Many consider the Sharm el-Sheikh Summit on 8 February 2005 to be the end of the Second Intifada, when President Mahmoud Abbas and Prime Minister Ariel Sharon agreed that all Palestinians would stop all acts of violence against all Israelis everywhere and, in parallel, that Israel would cease all its military activity against all Palestinians everywhere. They reaffirmed their commitment to the Roadmap for Peace which began at Madrid[clarification needed]. However, the violence did not stop in the following years, though suicide bombings decreased significantly.[15][16]

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The Boycott Divestment and Sanctions Movement (also known as BDS and the BDS Movement) is a global campaign attempting to increase economic and political pressure on Israel to end what it describes as violations of international law. The BDS campaign calls for “various forms of boycott against Israel until it meets its obligations under international law”.[1] The stated goals of BDS are:[2] the end of Israel’s occupation and settler colonization of Palestinian land and the Golan Heights, full equality for Arab-Palestinian citizens of Israel, and acknowledgement of the right of return of Palestinian refugees.

The campaign, organised and coordinated by the Palestinian BDS National Committee,[3] was started on 9 July 2005 by over 170 Palestinian non-governmental organizations in support of the Palestinian cause for boycott of Israel, disinvestment from Israel and international sanctions against Israel. Citing a body of UN resolutions and specifically echoing the anti-apartheid campaigns against white minority rule in apartheid era South Africa.[4] Protests and conferences in support of the campaign have been held in a number of countries around the world.

There is considerable debate about the scope, efficacy, and morality of the BDS movement.

Supporters of BDS compare the movement with the 20th century anti-apartheid movement and view their actions similar to the boycotts of South Africa during its apartheid era, comparing the situation in Israel to apartheid.[5][6][7] Critics of BDS vehemently repudiate the charge that Israel is an apartheid state, asserting, among other things, that in Israel (outside of the West Bank) “Jews and Arabs mix freely and increasingly live in the same neighborhoods…there is no imposed segregation” and that Arabs and Jews interact together in any mall, restaurant, or hospital in Israel.[8]

Critics further argue that the BDS movement disincentivizes the Palestinian leadership from negotiating with Israel at present,[9] and that it is antisemitic[10][11] in the form its opposition to Zionism takes,[12][13] in resembling historic boycotts such as the Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses[14][15][16] and in promoting the delegitimization of Israel.[17][18]

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Sawab Center مركز صواب

Sawab Center

مركز صواب

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Sawab

مركز صواب

is a joint initiative by the Governments of the United Arab Emirates and the United States in support of the multilateral Global Coalition against Daesh (also referred to as ISIS or ISIL). We work with members of the Global Coalition around the world, as well as many other engaged individuals and organizations in order to counter Daesh propaganda as well as reveal its true criminal nature and intent

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