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Article 4 of the Palestinian Authority constitution says that Sharia law is the main source of legislation. In fact, Muslim countries proudly call themselves "Islamic" and even actviely discriminate against non-Muslims. But in Israel, which is not even governed by Halacha i.e. Jewish law, [case in point, secular Jews are allowed and overwelming do drive on Shabbat], people get offended with the idea of Israel being a "Jewish state". Case in point is the new Jewish state law and the fear mongering from the anti-Israel far left. But the question remains: Why are people so offended at Israel being a "Jewish" state? Tune in, as I will give you the reasons as to why this is so.
Join us as we discuss the Muslim and Jewish Conflict which has gone on for thousands of years. We'll discuss the Biblical References of Abraham's sons Isaac & Ishmael. The establishment of the Jewish State after World War II, the Arab-Isareli War of 1948, the occupation of the West Bank, and more. Join our discussion Thursday at 6:30pm only on SIRA Media Radio.
This is the Second Coming Watch Sunday Roundup for February 23, 2014. On the Roundup we feature the top 10 prophecy-related news stories that happened this past week which point towards the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ and the end of the world as we know it.
1. U.S. electricity regulators have begun drafting new reliability standards to protect the power grid in the case of a massive solar storm which could knock out power for millions and cause damage that would take years to recover from.
2. Is Israel “the Jewish state”? The answer may seem as obvious as the Star of David on the Israeli flag. Yet the question is starting to complicate the ambitious U.S. effort to ram through a peace deal between the Palestinians and Israel.
3. Syrian government forces on Saturday captured two rebel-held areas on the edge of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights after days of intense fighting near a decades-old cease-fire line between Syria and Israel.
4. There have been more than 150 earthquakes in the past week in Oklahoma, according to the Oklahoma Geological Survey, which says that is not normal.
5. The Vatican reportedly pressured Israel to turn over control of Mount Zion in Jerusalem during a clandestine meeting of senior city officials.
6. South Korea is developing cyber-attack tools in an attempt to damage North Korean nuclear facilities.
7. For the United States, Syria’s civil war is threatening to start hitting closer to home. The Obama administration is looking at newer, more far-reaching options, including drone strikes on extremists and more forceful action against Assad.
8. Iran’s President, Hassan Rouhani, said on Wednesday that Jerusalem should “be liberated from the yoke of Israel.”
9. Israel’s Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Tuesday that Israel should aim to bring in 3.5 million Jewish immigrants within the next decade...
August Rosado discusses the book of Zechariah in light of the United Nations attack on Israel and accuses the Jewish State of violation of Women's rights.
On the latest episode of the State of Independence, Jeff and Mike discuss Allen Iverson's desire to join the Sixers front office, why Moses Malone's jersey still hasn't been retired, Nerlens Noel's sensational play as of late, the Thunder moving back up to the 11th-best record, Jordan McRae & more!
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THIS WEEK’S TOPIC OF DISCUSSION:
Is Nigeria Heading Towards Deconstruction or Reconstruction?
We are inviting you to join the conversation between Nigerians at home and abroad as we collectively explore the “State of the Nigeria’s Union.” We welcome debates, opinions and analysis from pundits representing all political parties, as well as regional, cultural, and circular perspectives.
The pressing questions are: Is Nigeria heading towards deconstruction or reconstruction?
Diaspora Nigerians are among the best and brightest on the world’s stage but they do not have the privilege to vote in Nigeria elections because the Nigerian government does not currently grant voting rights to its citizens abroad.
It is time for Nigerians worldwide to have a genuine conversation about the country they want. We hope this will provide an opportunity to weigh in on this very important election.
Join the conversation on AV Teleforums.
Follow us as we take the conversation to the streets of New York City on Friday night.
The World is listening!
It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!
While your State Legislature takes a break, your State Sovereignty Show has kept on working. This week, the West Plains Emergency Management Team sponsored a "training session" centered on threats from groups on the MIAC (Missouri Information analysis Center) list. Chances are YOU are on that list. And we were there. We bring you exclusive, in person details of what transpired at this session and take your calls.
We also were at the State Meeting of the Constitution Party and we will being you updates from there.
Then, we'll be joined by Don Eagleman from the Campaign for Liberty.
All that live at 7PM Missouri Time. Participate at 347-677-1835.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forbearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. State of Black Oakland Organizers Noni Sessions and Turha Ak, join us to talk about the event, Saturday, March 28, 2015, 10-4 at Geoffrey's Inner Circle in Downtown Oakland.
2. We close with an interview (part 1 of a series) with Mrs. Colia LaFayette Clark, Civil Rights Leader, Veteran Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Organizer in Selma, Jackson and Montgomery in the early 1960s; Recipient of the Bridge-Crossing Jubilee Freedom Flame Award; Life-long Activist for Black Liberation and Social Justice. See http://www.teachingforchange.org/selma-bottom-up-history
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