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Rocket fired from Gaza into Israel, intercepted: army

A rocket was fired into Israel on Monday from the Palestinian enclave of Gaza and was shot down by anti-rocket defences, the Israeli army said.

“Sirens sounded in the area surrounding the Gaza Strip. One rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory. The rocket was intercepted by the Iron Dome Air Defense System,” the military said in a statement.

There were no immediate reports of casualties.

The incident, the first of its kind since January, comes after a weekend of violence in and around Jerusalem’s flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque compound that wounded over 170 people, mostly Palestinian demonstrators.

The spike in tensions coincides with both the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and the Jewish festival of Passover.

The government of Naftali Bennett has repeatedly declared the security forces have a “free hand” to deal with demonstrators.

Hamas, the Islamist movement which controls the besieged coastal enclave Gaza, had warned Sunday that “Al-Aqsa is ours and ours alone” and swore to defend Palestinians’ right to pray there.

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Russia Must Prepare For "Possible Aggressive Action" From NATO, Putin Advisor Says

Following earlier this month both Finland and Sweden signaling their intent to join NATO, close Putin ally and former president Dmitry Medvedev, who serves as deputy chairman of Russia's Security Council, has warned that the Western military alliance is engaged in a military buildup along Russia's borders.

"A senior Russian official said on Tuesday that NATO's reinforcement of its borders with Russia was no longer a figure of speech and Moscow should be prepared for possible aggressive action, Russia's TASS news agency reported," according to Reuters. "NATO's expansion near Russia's borders is no longer a figure of speech or a set of threats, we must be prepared for aggressive action," he said according to a translation.

The fresh words follow Medvedev's prior threats to position nuclear and hypersonic missiles along Russian's western border in the scenario that Finland and Sweden join NATO. The prospect of Finland, which is said to be studying the issue, joining the alliance is especially alarming for the Kremlin, given Russian and its Scandinavian neighbor share a 810-mile border. Sweden, though a little less important geographically, has already announced its intent to join the alliance.

"There can be no more talk of any nuclear–free status for the Baltic - the balance must be restored," Medvedev said previously.

But now on Tuesday, he's heightened the rhetoric further by saying, "We are talking primarily about an attempt to expand NATO's presence near our borders." Medvedev stated further according to state-run TASS, based on a rush translation:

"And this is no longer a figure of speech today, this is not a set of standard threats. We must be prepared for those aggressive actions that may happen."

The thrust of his words were toward encouraging the rapid technological advance of the country's defense capabilities amid the new 'NATO threat' - given the remarks were delivered before a national conference on science and education. He stressed that "it is important to build up, among other things, a system that allows you to provide the country with the most modern weapons."

"And this requires reliable, high-tech, powerful equipment - both military and dual-use," the deputy head of the Security Council added, explaining that the situation did "not arise by itself, especially in those conditions when sanctions have been imposed on the country."

He described that it's a matter of "survival of the state" -ending the comments on an ominous note, also at a moment Western leaders have of late raised the specter of Putin using nuclear weapons should Russian forces be on the verge of defeat.

Since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, NATO countries have appeared to increase their supply of weapons to Kiev, with White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Monday night confirming that fresh planeloads of US-supplied weaponry have arrived in Kiev.

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Russia Tests "World's Most Powerful" Missile: 10 Facts About The Weapon

The Sarmat is designed to elude anti-missile defence systems with a short initial boost phase, giving enemy surveillance systems a tiny window to track.

Here are 10 things about the Sarmat missile:

  1. Sarmat is an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of nuclear charges.
  2. The weapon can be deployed with 10 or more warheads on each missile.
  3. The long-range missile has been in development since the 2000s.
  4. The Sarmat is designed to elude anti-missile defence systems with a short initial boost phase, giving enemy surveillance systems a tiny window to track.
  5. Weighing more than 200 tonnes and able to transport multiple warheads, Putin says the missile can hit any target on Earth.
  6. "Sarmat is the most powerful missile with the longest range of destruction of targets in the world," Russia's defence ministry said after the test.
  7. The Sarmat missile test took place at the Plesetsk cosmodrome in northern Russia.
  8. "This truly unique weapon will strengthen the combat potential of our armed forces, reliably ensure the security of Russia from external threats and make those who, in the heat of aggressive rhetoric, try to threaten our country, think twice," Putin said.
  9. Dubbed Satan 2 by Western analysts, the Sarmat is among Russia's next-generation missiles that Putin has called "invincible," and which also include the Kinzhal and Avangard hypersonic missiles.
  10. Last month, Russia said it used Kinzhal for the first time in warfare to strike a target in Ukraine, where Russian troops have been engaged in a special military operation since February 24.
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(Natural News) Just as Russia has now completed the test firing of its global ICBM “Sarmat” missile system — which can reach any target anywhere in the world with a dizzying array of re-entry (nuclear) vehicles — alarm bells are being sounded over America’s rapid depletion of munitions due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

The US Pentagon has shipped thousands of Javelin anti-tank weapons to Ukraine, along with millions of rounds of ammunition, artillery shells, rockets, drones and troop transport vehicles, leading to a sudden drop in the available stockpiles of such equipment should US forces need to defend the homeland.

“General Mark Milley, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, told Congress that the West has delivered 60,000 antitank weapons and 25,000 anti-aircraft weapons to Kyiv. The Pentagon is now laying plans to rush additional artillery, coastal defense drones and other materiel to Ukraine,” reports BloombergQuint.com:

Pentagon officials say that Kyiv is blowing through a week’s worth of deliveries of antitank munitions every day. It is also running short of usable aircraft as Russian airstrikes and combat losses take their toll. Ammunition has become scarce in Mariupol and other areas. This is presenting Western countries with a stark choice between pouring more supplies into Ukraine or husbanding finite capabilities they may need for their own defense.

Will take years to rebuild weapons stockpiles

Even worse, we’ve now learned that many of these systems are extremely difficult to replenish, requiring years of manufacturing to restore supplies. While Javelin missiles, for example, have been sent to Ukraine by the thousands, the United States can only manufacture about 1,000 units a year under current circumstances.

Contributing to the alarming problem is the supply chain collapse that appears to be spreading rapidly, making it difficult if not impossible for weapons manufacturers to source materials and parts that are needed for their products. In addition, many weapons system suppliers are single-source suppliers, meaning there is zero redundancy in the military supply chain for that component or weapon.

Even worse, many of these single-source suppliers rely on microchips or other parts from China or Taiwan, meaning that such parts may be impossible to get during a world war.

And finally, wrapping up the dismal reality of the situation, America’s industrial capabilities have plummeted over the last two decades. Combined with the fact that so few Americans want to carry out anything resembling “work,” there is no ability for America to repeat its World War II feat of out-producing the Third Reich and the Japanese Empire. In the 1930s and 40s, America carried a strong work ethic and an outstanding industrial output capacity based largely on domestic sourcing (of steel, for example). Today, America has collapsed into a nation with very little domestic manufacturing and almost no remaining work ethic. The primary thing “produced” by America is fiat currency (debt notes) which obviously can’t replace steel. Other American exports include libtard cultural insanity, pedophilia (grooming), Big Tech censorship and Orwellian tracking technologies.

In essence, America produces very little other than debt, misery and insanity. (Plus quite a lot of food crops, when fertilizer is available.)

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Putin warns of 'lightning quick' retaliation in chilling nuclear warning to West

VLADIMIR PUTIN has issued a chilling warning to the West that there will be a "lightning-quick" response if any country threatens Russia or interferes in its invasion of Ukraine.

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The Russian President said any countries attempting to “meddle” in the Ukraine conflict would face a swift response from Russia.

Addressing Russian lawmakers in St Petersburg in a televised address, he said: “If anyone decides to meddle in ongoing events and create unacceptable strategic threats for Russia, they must know our response will be lightning-quick."

The Russian leader said that Moscow would not hesitate to use the most modern weaponry in its arsenal.

He said: “We have all the instruments for this, ones nobody else can boast of. And we will use them, if we have to.”

He added: "We have already taken all the decisions on this."

His speech has been taken as another hint at a possible nuclear attack, after Russia recently tested hypersonic and intercontinental ballistic missiles that can carry nuclear payloads.

Putin also accused the West of pushing Ukraine into conflict and using Ukrainian civilians as “expendable materials”.

The despot also said the West’s plan to tighten economic sanctions on his country had failed and promised retaliation against efforts to isolate Russia.

He insisted that the rouble, banking system, transport sector and economy as a whole had weathered sanctions imposed by the West since the start of the invasion on February 24.

However, Russia's economy ministry expects gross domestic product to shrink by 8.8 percent in 2022 in its base case scenario, or by 12.4 percent under a more conservative scenario, a document seen by Reuters showed on Wednesday, suggesting that sanctions against Moscow are taking a toll.

Putin earlier told Russian lawmakers that Moscow's so-called “special operation” in Ukraine had been going to plan despite reports that Kremlin troops have been struggling to make gains on the battlefield in recent weeks.

He added: “Our soldiers and officers have prevented a real threat which was hanging over our motherland.

“Their courage and heroism prevented as large scale conflict which would have spread on our territory.”

Putin told Russia’s parliament that the goals of the country’s invasion of Ukraine would be “unconditionally fulfilled”.

He said: “I want to emphasize again that all the tasks of the special military operation we are conducting in the Donbas and Ukraine, launched on February 24 will be unconditionally fulfilled.”

He claimed this would “guarantee the security of the residents” of separatist regions in eastern Ukraine that Russia recognized as independent shortly before launching its military action in Ukraine.

The Russian leader accused the West of trying to engineer the break up of Russia. He claimed western countries were using Ukraine as a platform to attack Moscow through the Crimean peninsula, which Russia annexed in 2014, and the separatist-held Donbas border region.

He said: “The countries that have historically tried to contain Russia don’t need a self-sufficient, massive country such as ours.

“They think that it is dangerous to them just by means of its existence. But that’s far from the truth. They are the ones threatening the whole world.”

President Putin was speaking shortly after the Russian government announced sanctions against 287 current and former British MPs, accusing them of fuelling “unwarranted Russophobic hysteria” after the invasion of Ukraine.

Moscow’s foreign ministry said on Wednesday that the sanctions were in response to restrictions imposed on 386 members of the Duma on March 11.

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson described the sanctions as a “badge of honour” for the politicians, which includes a number of former MPs such as Rory Stewart and Justine Greening.

The news came after the United States hosted a meeting of 40 allies in Germany on Tuesday to coordinate long-term military aid for Ukraine as Russia steps up attacks on the east of the country.

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If we do hear of reports of missile attacks in Europe and/or America, how will we know if it is real or a false flag? Military will be called in, Marshal law, probable lockdowns, etc. and how will we even know if it is real? Unless one witnesses it for themselves, of course. That is how crazy things are.

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Possibly a case of fear-mongering at this point. Putin has stated in the past that the use of nuclear missiles is a no-win situation for everyone and so it is. However, not ruling out the possiblity of false reports about an attack that either did not occur or may be exaggerated or a false flag event.

Putin's propagandists simulate NUKING Europe with missiles hitting in 200 seconds and 'no survivors' in angry TV outburst at UK - as ex-Nato chief warns Russia could declare 'all-out war' in days

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Excerpted from: A Mathematical Bible Code

Armageddon is a real place. It is the Greek name for an ancient city in Israel, Megiddo (not far from Endor - JAH) . In Hebrew, 'Mount Megiddo' is 'Harmegiddo'.

I stopped to see the ruins of this ancient fortified city when, late one night, I was en route for Jerusalem. It seemed inconceivable that this remote place would ever really be the site of a major battle.

But near Megiddo, hidden from tourists, is one of Israel's most important Air-Force bases, Ramat David. It is in the North, facing Israel's implacable foe, Syria. It would be on the front line of any real war in the modern Middle East.

'Armageddon' is encoded in The Bible with the name of Syria's leader, Hafez Asad. In fact, the name of the actual site of the long-prophesied Final Battle appears with his name in a single skip sequence: 'Armageddon, Asad holocaust.' 'Syria' is encoded with 'world war'. It is the country that stands out, because it is not expected*. 'Russia' and 'China' and 'USA' also appear with 'world war' but they are the three superpowers most likely to be involved. Syria is the surprise.

*By Michael Drosnin perhaps. However, I wrote to the Chief of the Joint Staff General Colin Powell at the beginning of the Gulf War in 1990 to warn him about Syria - JAH

But if Armageddon is real, it may begin the way it is prophesied in the plain text of The Bible (in Revelation 9 - JAH) .

Revelation 9:13 And the sixth angel sounded, and I heard a voice from the four horns of the golden altar which is before God,
9:14 Saying to the sixth angel which had the trumpet, Loose the four angels which are bound in the great River Euphrates.
9:15 And the four angels were loosed, which were prepared for The Hour, and The Day, (the month, and the year) for to slay the third part of men.
9:16 And the number of the army of the horsemen [were] two hundred thousand thousand (200,000,000): and I HEARD the number of them.

The last Book of the New Testament predicts a final war of unprecedented fury: 'Satan shall be loosed out of his prison, and shall go out to deceive the nations in the four quarters of the Earth, Gog and Magog, to gather them together to battle.'

No one knows where the ancient 'Gog and Magog' were located (please speak for yourself Mr. Drosnin. They are Mesech [Moscow] and Tubal [Tobolsk] - JAH) . But the original prophecy of the final Battle, told in Ezekiel, is that Israel will be invaded from the North. The only modern enemy north of Israel is Syria (and then Russia - Revelation)* .

* Rev. 16:12 And the sixth angel poured out his vial upon the great River Euphrates; and the "water" thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the East (eastern block) might be prepared.

'Syria' is encoded in Ezekiel, starting in the verse that predicts the invasion. Syria's allies are named: 'Persia' and 'Phut' - countries that are now called Iran and Libya.

The plain text of Ezekiel predicts a terrible battle between Israel and the surrounding Arab nations. According to The Bible code, that is how World War 3 might begin - with an atomic attack on Jerusalem, followed by an invasion of Israel.

At the close of the 20th. century, we are threatened with a kind of chaos that the world has never faced before (Daniel 12:1; Matthew 24:21-22). We have built weapons that can destroy civilization in a single day, and those weapons may now be on the loose.

The predictions in The Bible code seem to fulfill the open prophecy of The Bible, and the horror is now given a face and a time and a place - the real Armageddon, perhaps within a year.

But the code is more than a warning. It may be the information we need to prevent the predicted disaster. The words 'code will save' (the "Elect" - JAH) appear right above 'atomic holocaust', just below 'the End of Days' - the biblical Apocalypse.

The Bible code (itself) is not a promise of Divine salvation. It is not a threat of inevitable doom. It is just information. Its message is that we can save ourselves.

In the end, what we do determines the outcome. So we are left where we have always been, with one big difference - we now know that we are not alone.
JAH .

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“At the End of the Day, We are at War… We Are at War with Russia” Democrat Lawmaker Confirms Biden Regime Has Entered a War with Nuclear-Armed Russia

In case you were not paying attention, the Biden regime is going to get us all killed.

As reported on Friday, US intelligence, under the direction of Joe Biden’s handlers, helped Ukraine sink the Russian flagship, the Moskva, in the Black Sea.

Then Biden insiders leaked the news to The New York Times and NBC News who gladly reported the news.

NBC News reported on the US intelligence behind the sinking of the Moskva.

But that was not all.
The New York Times also reported that the US shared intelligence with Ukraine that led to the targeted killing of senior Russian military leaders.

On Friday Joe Biden announced ANOTHER $150 million in military aid to Ukraine. The Biden regime has committed at least $4.5 billion to Ukraine since coming into office.

On Friday, Democrat lawmaker Seth Moulton announced the US was already at war with Russia.

Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA): I support it because it’s the right thing to do for Ukraine. I mean obviously, there’s a lot of politics involved and there will be domestic debates here at home about the policies and what not. But at the end of the day we got to realize we’re at war. We’re not just at war to support the Ukrainians, we’re fundamentally at war, although it’s through proxy, with Russia. And it’s important that we win.

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This Globalist seems to think his body will survive WW3...

On the last day in Jordan, TruNews host Rick Wiles sits down for an exclusive interview with Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh. Dr. Talal is one of the most respected and influential businessmen in the Middle East. He speaks with Rick about World War 3, the New World Order, and Global Government.

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A group of U.S. intellectuals – journalists, political advisers, and scholars – have signed an open letter to President Joe Biden, pleading with him to reject policies which lead to an “intensification of conflict with Russia” and which “could lead to the deaths of millions of innocent people.”

The open letter, entitled Not in our name, cites Biden’s recent request to the U.S. Congress for $33 billion in taxpayer funds to support Ukraine militarily in its conflict with Russia. “We reject your heightened escalation of this conflict as dangerous and a provocation,” the signatories state.

The letter also references what Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has described as the “serious” risk of nuclear war over the conflict in Ukraine.

Among the signatories are notable personalities such as Judge Andrew Napolitano, the filmmaker and humanitarian activist Jason Jones, LifeSite’s own founders Steve Jalsevac and John-Henry Westen, as well as political activists such as Jack Maxey, Jack Posobiec, and Michael Yon.

The signatories come from different political and religious backgrounds. For example, the Protestant pastor, Dr. Chuck Baldwin and the Evangelical radio host Eric Metaxas signed, as did the Orthodox Christian former adviser to the GOP, James Jatras. Different scholars signed this open letter, such as Professor Walter E. Block (Loyola University New Orleans) and Professor Michael Sirilla (Franciscan University Steubenville). Dr. John Zmirak, senior editor of The Stream, also gave his support.

Catholic clergy and journalists are represented by Bishop René Gracida, Father David Nix, as well as by the editors of Catholic outlets such as Crisis Magazine, Catholic Family News, and Canon212.com.

The signatories conclude the open letter with the words:

At this dangerous moment in history, the U.S. must exert its power to become a force for just peace, urging Russia and Ukraine to come to the negotiation table in order to agree on compromises that would enable and ensure peace in the region.

The U.S. should not engage in a policy of intensification of conflict with Russia that could lead to the deaths of millions of innocent people. There are grave consequences of cumulative provocations.

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There is “no question” of the US providing nuclear weapons to Ukraine, Assistant Secretary of State Karen Donfried told a Senate hearing on Thursday. However, she would not publicly commit to ruling out a first nuclear strike.

“The United States is not a party to this conflict,” Donfried told lawmakers during a hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, adding that “the United States is providing security assistance and weapons to Ukraine, but there’s no question of the US providing nuclear weapons to Ukraine.”

Donfried was not asked whether the US would be gifting nukes to Kiev. Rather, Senator Ed Markey, a Democrat from Massachusetts, pressed her to publicly state that the US does not “want to pose an existential threat” to Russia, and would not be the first party to fire nuclear weapons.

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Donfried did not directly answer either question, insisting that the US is not directly participating in the Ukrainian conflict, and therefore not at war with Russia.

Russia, however, views the US as participating in the conflict because of its supply of arms and intelligence to Kiev. Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has accused the Washington and its NATO military bloc of “essentially going to war with Russia through a proxy and arming that proxy,” while President Vladimir Putin has threatened a “swift, lightning-fast” response to any outside interference that puts his country's national security at risk.

Russia has a no-first-use policy on nuclear weapons, save for a hypothetical situation in which the existence of the Russian state is threatened by either nuclear or conventional weapons. The US maintains a more ambiguous policy, stating that its nukes are a deterrent, but may be used in “extreme circumstances to defend the vital interests of the United States or its allies and partners.”

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