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  • WAR: Rooftop Footage Shows the 20 Missile Volley Shot by Iran Into Israel from the Golan Heights 00:22

    WAR: Rooftop Footage Shows the 20 Missile Volley Shot by Iran Into Israel from the Golan Heights

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    Some 20 rockets were fired at Israeli military bases by Iranian forces in southern Syria just after midnight on Thursday, with some of the incoming missiles being intercepted by the Iron Dome defense system, the army said, amid sky high tensions on the northern border.

    There were no reports of Israeli casualties in the attack. An army spokesperson said damage was caused to Israeli military bases, but that it was “limited.”

    The Israeli army said the missile barrage was carried out by members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Forces. This appeared to be the first time that Israel attributed an attack directly to Iran, which generally operates through proxies. The late night rocket barrage was also the largest attack, in terms of the number of rockets fired, in the seven years of the Syrian civil war.

    Tehran has repeatedly vowed revenge after the T-4 army base in Syria was struck in an air raid — widely attributed to Israel — on April 9, killing at least seven members of the IRGC, including a senior officer responsible for the group’s drone program.

    Immediately following the Iranian attack at 12:10 a.m., Syrian state media reported that Israeli artillery fire targeted a military post near the city of Baath in the Quneitra border region, where Syrian regime forces were stationed.

    Approximately an hour and a half later, the Hezbollah-affiliated al-Manar news outlet reported that Syrian army air defenses were responding to an Israeli air strike against a target southwest of Damascus.

    2 months
  • WAR! Iranian Rockets get Intercepted over Israel, Explosions Heard for Miles 01:20

    WAR! Iranian Rockets get Intercepted over Israel, Explosions Heard for Miles

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    Some 20 rockets were fired at Israeli military bases by Iranian forces in southern Syria just after midnight on Thursday, with some of the incoming missiles being intercepted by the Iron Dome defense system, the army said, amid sky high tensions on the northern border.

    There were no reports of Israeli casualties in the attack. An army spokesperson said damage was caused to Israeli military bases, but that it was “limited.”

    The Israeli army said the missile barrage was carried out by members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Forces. This appeared to be the first time that Israel attributed an attack directly to Iran, which generally operates through proxies. The late night rocket barrage was also the largest attack, in terms of the number of rockets fired, in the seven years of the Syrian civil war.

    Tehran has repeatedly vowed revenge after the T-4 army base in Syria was struck in an air raid — widely attributed to Israel — on April 9, killing at least seven members of the IRGC, including a senior officer responsible for the group’s drone program.

    Immediately following the Iranian attack at 12:10 a.m., Syrian state media reported that Israeli artillery fire targeted a military post near the city of Baath in the Quneitra border region, where Syrian regime forces were stationed.

    Approximately an hour and a half later, the Hezbollah-affiliated al-Manar news outlet reported that Syrian army air defenses were responding to an Israeli air strike against a target southwest of Damascus.

    2 months
  • BREAKING: IRANIAN FORCES IN SYRIA ATTACK ISRAELI MILITARY BASES, DANGEROUS ONES SHOT DOWN BY IRON DOME 08:04

    BREAKING: IRANIAN FORCES IN SYRIA ATTACK ISRAELI MILITARY BASES, DANGEROUS ONES SHOT DOWN BY IRON DOME

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    Some 20 rockets were fired at Israeli military bases by Iranian forces in southern Syria just after midnight on Thursday, with some of the incoming missiles being intercepted by the Iron Dome defense system, the army said, amid sky high tensions on the northern border.

    There were no reports of Israeli casualties in the attack. An army spokesperson said damage was caused to Israeli military bases, but that it was “limited.”

    The Israeli army said the missile barrage was carried out by members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Forces. This appeared to be the first time that Israel attributed an attack directly to Iran, which generally operates through proxies. The late night rocket barrage was also the largest attack, in terms of the number of rockets fired, in the seven years of the Syrian civil war.

    Tehran has repeatedly vowed revenge after the T-4 army base in Syria was struck in an air raid — widely attributed to Israel — on April 9, killing at least seven members of the IRGC, including a senior officer responsible for the group’s drone program.

    Immediately following the Iranian attack at 12:10 a.m., Syrian state media reported that Israeli artillery fire targeted a military post near the city of Baath in the Quneitra border region, where Syrian regime forces were stationed.

    Approximately an hour and a half later, the Hezbollah-affiliated al-Manar news outlet reported that Syrian army air defenses were responding to an Israeli air strike against a target southwest of Damascus.

    2 months
  • Iranian Terrorist Group in Yemen Fires Missiles That Saudi Arabia That Get Intercepted 00:36

    Iranian Terrorist Group in Yemen Fires Missiles That Saudi Arabia That Get Intercepted

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    Yemen’s Houthis fired a salvo of ballistic missiles at Saudi Arabia’s capital on Wednesday - an attack Saudi authorities said they intercepted in the skies over Riyadh.

    The assault took place a day after Saudi Arabia’s top Western ally the United States pulled out of a deal with Iran over its disputed nuclear programme and could signal an uptick in tensions between Riyadh and regional rival Tehran.

    The Houthis said the missiles were launched at economic targets in Riyadh, the group’s al-Masirah TV reported. At least four blasts were heard in the city centre, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or damage.

    The Houthis have fired a series of missiles into the kingdom in recent months, part of a three-year-old conflict in Yemen widely seen as a proxy battle between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

    Colonel Turki al-Malki, spokesman for the U.S.-backed Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen, said in a statement that Saudi air defences had intercepted one missile, with another falling in an uninhabited desert south of the city.

    A spokesman for the Houthi-aligned military Colonel Aziz Rashed told al-Masirah that the attack marked “a new phase” and was revenge for Saudi air strikes on Yemen after a coalition air strike last month killed the Houthis’ top civilian leader.

    “There will be more salvos until this enemy is deterred, understands the meaning of the Yemeni threat and ceases its crimes,” Rashed said.

    2 months
  • Iranian Sponsored Militant Song Played in the West Bank says 02:14

    Iranian Sponsored Militant Song Played in the West Bank says "We Shall Not Lay Down Our Weapons, And We Shall Never Surrender"

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    Militant Song on West Bank Pro-Fatah TV Channel: "We Shall Not Lay Down Our Weapons, And We Shall Never Surrender"

    2 months
  • Iranian Politicians Burn the US Flag While Chanting 01:05

    Iranian Politicians Burn the US Flag While Chanting "Death to America" After Trump Pulls Out Of Obama's Nuclear Deal

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    Politicians in Iran have set a U.S. flag ablaze and chanted “Death to America” after Donald Trump pulled out of the nuclear deal.

    The lawmakers also torched a symbolic copy of the Iran deal before vowing to increase spending on the country’s ballistic missile program.

    The furious demonstration in the Iranian parliament reflected broad public anger in the country after Mr. Trump called the deal a “horrible, one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made.”

    Parliament speaker Ali Larijani said Iran could return to its nuclear program, but would hold off at first on withdrawing from the nuclear pact.

    “With a national consensus, we will give the U.S. and Zionists a response that they will regret,” he said, according to the semi-official Mehr news agency.

    2 months
  • Eye-witness shares footage of ballistic missile fragments in Riyadh 00:37

    Eye-witness shares footage of ballistic missile fragments in Riyadh

    This footage shows the fragments of a ballistic missile filmed by an eye-witness in the Saudi-capital of Riyadh and shared today on Twitter.

    2 months
  • Moment the second missile hits presidency office in Sanaa 00:45

    Moment the second missile hits presidency office in Sanaa

    At least six are dead and 30 injured after Saudi airstrikes targeted the presidency building in the heart of the Yemeni capital today.

    The three-floor presidency building in Sanaa was completely flattened in the strike while surrounding buildings in the city's busy Tahrir district - including a famous five-star hotel - were heavily damaged.

    Many were believed to have been buried under the rubble while cars were charred and pools of blood covered the pavement.

    Footage showed how chaos and confusion broke out as the blast rocked the neighbourhood. Ambulances rushed to the area to retrieve casualties.

    Health officials say the casualties were civilians and it was not known if there were any Houthi rebel leaders inside the presidency at the time.

    3 months
  • Footage of the Saudi airstrike on Yemen's capital Sanaa 00:05

    Footage of the Saudi airstrike on Yemen's capital Sanaa

    A Yemeni rebel-run TV station said the Saudi-led coalition struck a busy district in the heart of the capital Sanaa on Monday, targeting the presidency building. At least six people died and 30 were wounded.

    3 months
  • Dutch Police UNLOAD on a Muslim Knife Wielding Terrorist who Stabbed 3 while Screaming ALLAH AKBAR Outside The Hague 01:20

    Dutch Police UNLOAD on a Muslim Knife Wielding Terrorist who Stabbed 3 while Screaming ALLAH AKBAR Outside The Hague

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    A 31-year-old Islamist injured the three people with a knife. He did so in the vicinity of the Johanna Westerdijkplein in The Hague. The man was overpowered by police agents and was shot in his leg. He is known to the police.

    The stabbing took place in the vicinity of Hollands Spoor train station and the Haagse Hogeschool. The victims, a 21-year-old from Zoetermeer, a 41-year-old from the city and a still unknown victim were taken to the hospital. The suspect was also transported to the hospital and is still being questioned.

    A trauma helicopter with the Mobile Medical Team (MMT) was summoned from Rotterdam and heavily armed agents of an anti-terror unit (Rapid Response Team) were on the scene very quickly.

    “The man is only known to the police because of confused behavior. At the moment there are no signs that more is happening “, according to the police. The National Criminal Investigation Department is investigating the shooting by the police. This is common when agents use their service weapon, they said.

    Mayor Pauline Krikke of The Hague called in the chief prosecutor and the police chief for consultations about the incident. A police team was also set up to coordinate the police deployment.”At the moment there are no signs that there is more to the incident,” the mayor said in response to questions about the jihadist nature of the attack.

    Victim support was provided by a shelter for witnesses to the incident. Films that were made by witnesses have meanwhile been circulating on social media. The investigating team have requested that these images and any other images be made available for research purposes. Some photos have been taken down from sites.

    3 months
  • BATTLEFIELD HONDURAS: Food Vendors Flee for Their Lives As Police Launched Tear Gas into May Day Protesters 00:32

    BATTLEFIELD HONDURAS: Food Vendors Flee for Their Lives As Police Launched Tear Gas into May Day Protesters

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    It's raining tear gas. Food vendors scrambling to pack up their stands. The bystanders caught up in it all are indignant.

    3 months
  • 1,200 Antifa Terrorists Rip up French Streets and Sidewalks to Use Them to Demolished Buildings and Cars and Fight Police 00:05

    1,200 Antifa Terrorists Rip up French Streets and Sidewalks to Use Them to Demolished Buildings and Cars and Fight Police

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    More than 100 people were arrested in Paris following violent May Day protests that saw at least six cars torched, a McDonald’s restaurant smashed up and widespread vandalism.

    Police said those in custody Wednesday are suspected of multiple offenses, including carrying prohibited weapons and firing projectiles.

    Paris Police Prefect Michel Delpuech said far-left anarchist groups, known as Black Blocs, hijacked a peaceful protest against reforms by French President Emmanuel Macron.

    Officials said about 1,200 masked and hooded protesters took to the streets, swarming local shops, smashing windows and even torching a McDonald’s near Austerlitz station.

    Various vehicles and a car dealership were set ablaze and walls were defaced with graffiti.“The desire of the radical activists was to spiral the day out of control,” Delpuech said.

    Tear gas and water cannons were used against the protesters in an effort to disperse them.

    Though several people were injured – including a police service worker – and even hospitalized, France’s Interior Minister, Gerard Collomb, said Wednesday on France 2 Television he was pleased “no one was seriously injured.”

    Opposition figures seized upon Macron’s absence – on a visit to Australia – to paint an image of disorder in a country without a leader amid criticism that police did not act quickly enough to pacify the violence.

    Macron responded from Sydney: “There is a government. There is a state that’s being run and it will continue to react.”

    3 months
  • BATTLEFIELD ATHENS: Antifa Terrorists Launch Molotov Cocktails at Buildings and Cars at Polytechnic University 00:17

    BATTLEFIELD ATHENS: Antifa Terrorists Launch Molotov Cocktails at Buildings and Cars at Polytechnic University

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    Antifa terrorists attempted to burn Polytechnic University in Athens with Molotov cocktails as violent protests erupted across the world.

    The Antifa terrorist group was fought back by Athens police officers who launched tear gas into the crowds.

    3 months
  • WAR ZONE PARIS: Antifa Terrorists Flee As Parisian Cops Unleash Teargas into the Crowds 01:30

    WAR ZONE PARIS: Antifa Terrorists Flee As Parisian Cops Unleash Teargas into the Crowds

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    More than 100 people were arrested in Paris following violent May Day protests that saw at least six cars torched, a McDonald’s restaurant smashed up and widespread vandalism.

    Police said those in custody Wednesday are suspected of multiple offenses, including carrying prohibited weapons and firing projectiles.

    Paris Police Prefect Michel Delpuech said far-left anarchist groups, known as Black Blocs, hijacked a peaceful protest against reforms by French President Emmanuel Macron.

    Officials said about 1,200 masked and hooded protesters took to the streets, swarming local shops, smashing windows and even torching a McDonald’s near Austerlitz station.

    Various vehicles and a car dealership were set ablaze and walls were defaced with graffiti.“The desire of the radical activists was to spiral the day out of control,” Delpuech said.

    Tear gas and water cannons were used against the protesters in an effort to disperse them.

    Though several people were injured – including a police service worker – and even hospitalized, France’s Interior Minister, Gerard Collomb, said Wednesday on France 2 Television he was pleased “no one was seriously injured.”

    Opposition figures seized upon Macron’s absence – on a visit to Australia – to paint an image of disorder in a country without a leader amid criticism that police did not act quickly enough to pacify the violence.

    Macron responded from Sydney: “There is a government. There is a state that’s being run and it will continue to react.”

    3 months
  • BATTLEFIELD PARIS: Video Shows Antifa Terrorist Destroying a McDonald's 00:42

    BATTLEFIELD PARIS: Video Shows Antifa Terrorist Destroying a McDonald's

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    More than 100 people were arrested in Paris following violent May Day protests that saw at least six cars torched, a McDonald’s restaurant smashed up and widespread vandalism.

    Police said those in custody Wednesday are suspected of multiple offenses, including carrying prohibited weapons and firing projectiles.

    Paris Police Prefect Michel Delpuech said far-left anarchist groups, known as Black Blocs, hijacked a peaceful protest against reforms by French President Emmanuel Macron.

    Officials said about 1,200 masked and hooded protesters took to the streets, swarming local shops, smashing windows and even torching a McDonald’s near Austerlitz station.

    Various vehicles and a car dealership were set ablaze and walls were defaced with graffiti.“The desire of the radical activists was to spiral the day out of control,” Delpuech said.

    Tear gas and water cannons were used against the protesters in an effort to disperse them.

    Though several people were injured – including a police service worker – and even hospitalized, France’s Interior Minister, Gerard Collomb, said Wednesday on France 2 Television he was pleased “no one was seriously injured.”

    Opposition figures seized upon Macron’s absence – on a visit to Australia – to paint an image of disorder in a country without a leader amid criticism that police did not act quickly enough to pacify the violence.

    Macron responded from Sydney: “There is a government. There is a state that’s being run and it will continue to react.”

    3 months
  • BATTLEFIELD PARIS: McDonald's Restaurant Left in Shambles in Paris after Antifa Terrorists Destroy It 00:39

    BATTLEFIELD PARIS: McDonald's Restaurant Left in Shambles in Paris after Antifa Terrorists Destroy It

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    More than 100 people were arrested in Paris following violent May Day protests that saw at least six cars torched, a McDonald’s restaurant smashed up and widespread vandalism.

    Police said those in custody Wednesday are suspected of multiple offenses, including carrying prohibited weapons and firing projectiles.

    Paris Police Prefect Michel Delpuech said far-left anarchist groups, known as Black Blocs, hijacked a peaceful protest against reforms by French President Emmanuel Macron.

    Officials said about 1,200 masked and hooded protesters took to the streets, swarming local shops, smashing windows and even torching a McDonald’s near Austerlitz station.

    Various vehicles and a car dealership were set ablaze and walls were defaced with graffiti.“The desire of the radical activists was to spiral the day out of control,” Delpuech said.

    Tear gas and water cannons were used against the protesters in an effort to disperse them.

    Though several people were injured – including a police service worker – and even hospitalized, France’s Interior Minister, Gerard Collomb, said Wednesday on France 2 Television he was pleased “no one was seriously injured.”

    Opposition figures seized upon Macron’s absence – on a visit to Australia – to paint an image of disorder in a country without a leader amid criticism that police did not act quickly enough to pacify the violence.

    Macron responded from Sydney: “There is a government. There is a state that’s being run and it will continue to react.”

    3 months
  • BATTLEFIELD PARIS: George Soros's Terrorist Group, Antifa, Destroyed Numerous Businesses and Attacked Police Yesterday during Made a Protests 00:46

    BATTLEFIELD PARIS: George Soros's Terrorist Group, Antifa, Destroyed Numerous Businesses and Attacked Police Yesterday during Made a Protests

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    More than 100 people were arrested in Paris following violent May Day protests that saw at least six cars torched, a McDonald’s restaurant smashed up and widespread vandalism.

    Police said those in custody Wednesday are suspected of multiple offenses, including carrying prohibited weapons and firing projectiles.

    Paris Police Prefect Michel Delpuech said far-left anarchist groups, known as Black Blocs, hijacked a peaceful protest against reforms by French President Emmanuel Macron.

    Officials said about 1,200 masked and hooded protesters took to the streets, swarming local shops, smashing windows and even torching a McDonald’s near Austerlitz station.

    Various vehicles and a car dealership were set ablaze and walls were defaced with graffiti.“The desire of the radical activists was to spiral the day out of control,” Delpuech said.

    Tear gas and water cannons were used against the protesters in an effort to disperse them.

    Though several people were injured – including a police service worker – and even hospitalized, France’s Interior Minister, Gerard Collomb, said Wednesday on France 2 Television he was pleased “no one was seriously injured.”

    Opposition figures seized upon Macron’s absence – on a visit to Australia – to paint an image of disorder in a country without a leader amid criticism that police did not act quickly enough to pacify the violence.

    Macron responded from Sydney: “There is a government. There is a state that’s being run and it will continue to react.”

    3 months
  • Russian Jets Continue to Taunt US Spy Planes over the Baltic Sea by Flying Incredibly Close 00:28

    Russian Jets Continue to Taunt US Spy Planes over the Baltic Sea by Flying Incredibly Close

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    A Russian fighter jet buzzed a U.S. military spy plane in the Baltic Sea on Tuesday morning, two defense officials told Fox News.

    The Russian Su-27 jet performed a “safe” but “unprofessional” intercept of a U.S. Navy P-8 surveillance plane while flying in international airspace over the Baltic Sea.

    The Russian jet came within about 20 feet of the U.S. Navy aircraft, but the American pilots told officials they never felt threatened or unsafe.

    3 months
  • CRAZY Footage Shows Far Right Ukrainian's Attacking a Gypsy Camp That Was Set up in Kyiv 00:41

    CRAZY Footage Shows Far Right Ukrainian's Attacking a Gypsy Camp That Was Set up in Kyiv

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    When a Romany camp in the Ukrainian capital was attacked and burned by far-right nationalists, the police downplayed it, saying the men had merely set alight their "rubbish" and had no reason to investigate.

    Then a showing masked attackers throwing rocks and spraying gas as they chased terrified Romany men, women, and children from their makeshift settlement went .

    Now, after public outcry, Kyiv police say they have launched a "whitewash" investigation into infringement of those families' human rights and hooliganism -- a catch-all term that has been used by the authorities to describe crimes ranging from Ukrops baring their bare ass in public to firing a rocket-propelled grenade at a business center.

    3 months
  • INVASION BRUSSELS: Muslim Migrants Now Have No Go Zones Set up in the City of Brussels, Attack Cameras Filming 04:00

    INVASION BRUSSELS: Muslim Migrants Now Have No Go Zones Set up in the City of Brussels, Attack Cameras Filming

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    In Peterbos, a problem area in the Brussels municipality of Anderlecht, today a camera crew from the Canvas program "Terzake" has been pelted with stones. And that was not an isolated fact. For months there have been problems with crime and aggressive youth in the neighborhood.

    3 months
  • INSTANT KARMA! Gaza Protester Smashes a Fellow Gazan In the Head, then The Guy Instantly Blames Israel 00:15

    INSTANT KARMA! Gaza Protester Smashes a Fellow Gazan In the Head, then The Guy Instantly Blames Israel

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    Here is yet another video showing how the Gazans are stupid enough to accidentally hit themselves in the head with a rock star trying to throw at the IDF soldiers on the other side of the border, and then ironically blame Israel for it!

    3 months
  • PROOF Hamas Is Staging Fake Videos for the Media 00:15

    PROOF Hamas Is Staging Fake Videos for the Media "Injured" Child Miraculously Walks Perfectly Fine after the Cameras Leave

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    If you needed any more proof that the Palestinians are doing nothing but waging a war in the media with complete and utter lies that would make Hollywood proud, take a look at this video.

    3 months
  • OFF TO ALLAH! ISIS fighters get ABSOLUTELY DESTROYED in Dagastan 01:01

    OFF TO ALLAH! ISIS fighters get ABSOLUTELY DESTROYED in Dagastan

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    Dagastan military wasn't playing around when this group of Isis fighters was cornered in this building.

    Watch as they first take out the man wearing a suicide vest before plowing into the building with an armored vehicle, which eventually led to the suicide vest exploding and destroying the man as well as the rest of the terrorists inside of the building.

    3 months
  • BATTLEFIELD SWEDEN: Muslim Migrants Attack Elderly Swedish Citizens on the Streets of Stockholm 00:44

    BATTLEFIELD SWEDEN: Muslim Migrants Attack Elderly Swedish Citizens on the Streets of Stockholm

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    A group of Muslim migrants decided to launch a brutal attack on a series of elderly Swedish citizens who continue to destroy the once beautiful city of Stockholm.

    3 months
  • DIFFERENT ANGLE: Israeli Strikes OBLITERATE An Iranian Weapons Dump in Syria 00:24

    DIFFERENT ANGLE: Israeli Strikes OBLITERATE An Iranian Weapons Dump in Syria

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    Syrian state news reports a possible foreign attack on military bases in Hama and Aleppo provinces, citing multiple reports and videos now circulating which show massive fireballs lighting up the night sky.

    Dozens of pro-government social media accounts are claiming an Israeli strike on Brigade 47 weapons depot in Hama Sunday night. Syrian sate media says rockets from an "unspecified enemy" hit military locations inside Syria, citing "a new aggression with hostile missiles" but stopped short of identifying the aggressor.

    Danny Makki — a well-known journalist reporting from on the ground in Syria — also reports an official military source as saying "A hostile Foreign attack took place at locations in Hama and Aleppo at 10:30 local time tonight."

    3 months
  • Video Purportedly Shows 'Gigantic' Explosion At Military Base In Hama, Syria Following Airstrikes 00:20

    Video Purportedly Shows 'Gigantic' Explosion At Military Base In Hama, Syria Following Airstrikes

    Nine missiles fired on Syria in Hama and Aleppo were fired from British and US bases in Jordan, Syrian media has claimed.

    The Syrian army has described the strikes as new "aggression" by its enemies, state television said.

    But sources in the MOD say there was no involvement in the strikes, which saw missiles strike targets in Aleppo and Homs.

    The claim that Britain and the US are behind the attack was made in the Syrian Teshreen newspaper, which is closely linked to the regime of president Bashar al-Assad.

    Israel has also been blamed for the air attack in conflicting reports.

    3 months
  • CORRUPT COP: LAPD Officer BUSTED Smuggling ILLEGAL Immigrants Cross the Border 02:09

    CORRUPT COP: LAPD Officer BUSTED Smuggling ILLEGAL Immigrants Cross the Border

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    A Los Angeles police officer has been arrested on federal charges alleging he tried to smuggle two illegal immigrants into the United States this week in southeastern San Diego County. Mambasse Koulabalo Patara has been charged with violating immigration laws, according to a federal complaint filed Wednesday. He was arrested early Tuesday morning at a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint in Pine Valley, located about 12 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border. According to the complaint, at 12:15 a.m. Tuesday, Patara drove up to the checkpoint with two male passengers in a 2006 Toyota Corolla. While being interviewed by Border Patrol agents, Koulabalo showed them his LAPD badge and stated he was off-duty, the complaint states. Agents later patted him down and found his service-issued gun in his waistband, the complaint reads.

    Koulabalo reportedly told border agents his two passengers were U.S. citizens. The men, identified as Herman Lopez and his nephew German Ramirez Gonzalez, eventually admitted they were in the country illegally. One of the men said they had known Koulabalo for years and had worked for him at his Fontana home. He added they had decided to go to a casino in Alpine in southern San Diego County, before heading to another one in Campo and ending up at the border checkpoint near Pine Valley. All three men were transported to the Campo Border Patrol Station and arrested at around 1:30 a.m. Back at his home in Fontana, neighbors were in disbelief. “I heard what happened, and I’m really shocked,” said one woman. “They’ve always just been a really nice family ever since my husband and I have lived here. […] There’s always multiple sides to every story, so I think that’s important for everyone to keep in mind […] before jumping to conclusions on these types of things.”

    “I just don’t believe that he’s doing that,” another neighbor told CBS2. “I don’t believe at all that he’s capable of doing something like that.” An LAPD spokesperson confirmed to CBS2 that Patara has been placed on paid administrative leave. If convicted, Koulabalo faces up to five years in prison.

    3 months
  • PURE SAVAGE! Pres. Trump's Secretary of Defense 02:04

    PURE SAVAGE! Pres. Trump's Secretary of Defense "Mad Dog" Mattis Message to Russian Mercenaries in Syria "I Ordered Their Annihilation"

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    Secretary of Defense James Mattis explained Thursday why he directed a strike that reportedly killed hundreds of Russian mercenaries in Syria back in February.

    Mattis told the Senate Armed Services Committee that the U.S. has a deconfliction line with Russia to ensure that the two countries can communicate in order to avoid direct conflict with one another in Syria. He said that a group of "irregular forces" were in conflict with U.S. forces, and once it was ascertained that those forces were not Russian regulars, Mattis directed a counterattack.

    "The Russian high command in Syria assured us it was not their people, and my direction to the chairman was for the force, then, to be annihilated," Mattis said. "And it was."

    The force comprised hundreds of Russian mercenaries, which then-CIA Director Mike Pompeo attested to when he said the U.S. killed "a couple hundred Russians." On Thursday, the Senate confirmed Pompeo to be President Donald Trump’s secretary of state.

    Asked about whether the Russian Federation was harassing U.S. forces in Syria, Mattis stopped short of blaming Russia for particular battlefield actions.

    "I cannot target the responsibility to the Russians right now," he said. "It is a crowded battlefield; it’s also got Iranians there and, of course, the regime forces as well."

    He touted the sanctions the Trump administration has imposed on specific Russians.

    "You notice as we go forward, we’ve so far sanctioned 189 individuals in Russia," he said.

    "Economic sanctions are going to be obviously looked at for future violations as well," Mattis added. "So we have an asymmetric way, an indirect way, of going after them and making them pay."

    3 months
  • WAR! Saudi Arabia Shoots down Even More Iranian Terrorist Missiles from Yemen 01:49

    WAR! Saudi Arabia Shoots down Even More Iranian Terrorist Missiles from Yemen

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    Saudi Arabia said its air defences on Friday intercepted a missile fired by Yemeni rebels, days after the insurgents' second-in-command was killed in an air raid by Riyadh and its allies.

    The ballistic missile, the latest in a series of similar attacks, was headed towards the kingdom's southern coastal city of Jizan, the official state news agency said. No casualties were reported.

    Saudi Arabia launched a military coalition in 2015 to battle the Huthi rebels in its southern neighbour and restore the internationally-recognised Yemeni government to power.

    The Huthis control Yemen's capital, Sanaa, as well as much of Yemen's north and the key Hodeida port on the country's western coastline.

    Riyadh on Wednesday confirmed it was behind an air strike on the Yemeni capital that killed Saleh al-Sammad, president of the Huthis' Supreme Political Council, on April 19.

    3 months
  • Iranian Commander Threatens to 00:38

    Iranian Commander Threatens to "Sink US Ships" If President Trump Backs Out Of Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal

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    President Donald Trump offered some of his most bellicose rhetoric yet about Iran on Tuesday when he said Iran would have "bigger problems than they have ever had before" if the country's leadership dared to restart its nuclear program following a US pull-out of the JCPOA (otherwise known as the Iran deal), per the Times of Israel.

    And today, a top Iranian general hit back at Trump with an aggressive threat to sink US Navy ships, while warning that the US would find itself in a "catastrophic situation" if it withdraws from the deal and reimposes economic sanctions.

    "The actual information that the Americans have about us is much less than what they think they have. When will they figure this out? When it is too late," the Revolutionary Guard Corps’s navy commander, Admiral Ali Fadavim, told Iranian television on Saturday.

    "They will definitely figure it out when their ships are sunk, or when they find themselves in a catastrophic situation," Fadavi threatened in an interview with IRINN TV, according to a translation by the Middle East Media Research Institute.

    3 months
  • MEDIA SILENT After the Chinese Military Attempts to Confront the Australian Navy Traveling between the Philippines and Vietnam 02:14

    MEDIA SILENT After the Chinese Military Attempts to Confront the Australian Navy Traveling between the Philippines and Vietnam

    moku 1295 0

    Two Australian Navy vessels departed the Philippines and one departed Malaysia all heading for Vietnam when they were challenged by Chinese navy vessels.

    3 months
  • FLASHBACK: Brave Iranian Women Marched against Being Forced to Wear Veils After the Islamic Revolution 01:19

    FLASHBACK: Brave Iranian Women Marched against Being Forced to Wear Veils After the Islamic Revolution

    moku 269 0

    This is what real feminism looks like! In 1979 women actually risked their lives and took to the streets in order to protest the Iranian regime that still holds power today from forcing them to wear veils.

    Fast-forward to today, sadly these women are much older but some of them are still risking their lives by going into the streets and protesting being forced to wear government approved veils.

    Feminist in the West are completely silent on the issue and some actually claim that Islam is a religion for feminists. Which cannot be further from the truth.

    3 months
 
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