Friday, 25 July 2014


Thursday, 24 July 2014

UN's Ban 'strongly condemns' shelling of UNRWA school

Hamas reportedly accepts Abbas' ceasefire proposal, with Kerry agreeing to 'provide guarantees'
Pool/AFPUS Secretary of State John Kerry (left) shakes hands with Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas during their meeting in the West Bank city of Ramallah, on July 23, 2014
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said on Thursday he 'strongly condemns' the shelling of an UNRWA school in Gaza, adding that women, children United Nation staffers were among the 15 fatalities.

Ban reiterated his demand that both parties respect "the sanctity of civilian life, the inviolability of UN premises."
The official further added said UN is behind efforts to arrange "a humanitarian pause in the hostilities so that civilians could be evacuated."
"Today's attack underscores the imperative for the killing to stop — and to stop now," he stressed.
Meanwhile, a spokeswoman for US Secretary of State John Kerry said the UNRWA school incident "underscores" the need for a cease-fire.
"This ... underscores the need to end the violence and to achieve a sustainable ceasefire and enduring resolution of the crisis in Gaza as soon as possible," said Jen Psaki, a spokeswoman for Kerry.
Earlier Thursday, Palestinian sources said that Hamas has agreed to an immediate ceasefire with Israel that would last for five days, London-based Asharq Al-Awsat reported.
Hamas and Palestinian Authority's sources, quoted by the paper, said that a wide international, Arab and Palestinian agreement to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's proposal was achieved.
According to the sources, negotiations on a permanent ceasefire will begin after the temporary one takes effect.
The sources furthermore said that in a meeting with Abbas in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Wednesday, US Secretary of State John Kerry agreed to provide guarantees for such a deal. A Hamas source, quoted by the paper, said: "The ball is now in the occupiers' (Israel) court."

"Ceasefire not in the cards yet"

But on Wednesday night an Israeli government official said a ceasefire "is not in the cards yet," after the security cabinet adjourned another meeting discussing both the possibility of expanding the Gaza operation and the efforts to reach a ceasefire with Hamas.
Wednesday ended another day of intense diplomatic efforts in Tel Aviv, involving Kerry, UN's Ban Ki-moon and Abbas with Kerry gingerly concluding there was “some progress in moving toward that goal.”
However, Hamas was quick to thwart any feeling of optimism that might have arose after Kerry's assessment.
"There is no real breakthrough and many are still insisting on a ceasefire that would be later followed by negotiations," Hamas head Khaled Mashal said Wednesday evening in a much anticipated speech from Qatar. "Today we rejected an initiative that called for a ceasefire that would be followed by negotiations," he added.

Gianluigi Guercia (AFP/File)Hamas political leader Khaled Meshaal speaks at political conference on Palestine on April 4, 2013 in Cairo
Temporary humanitarian ceasefire

At this point in time, the possibility that seems most viable is a temporary humanitarian ceasefire, that would last somewhere between a few hours to several days, during which the warring sides, mediated by international envoys, would cease all fire and might even begin addressing Hamas' demands for a permanent truce.
To the diplomatic efforts joined Thursday Britain's new Foreign Secretary Phillip, Hammond, who was scheduled to hold talks in Israel and Ramallah to try to push a ceasefire forward.
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France's Jews Flee As Rioters Burn Paris Shops, Attack Synagogue

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France's politicians and community leaders have criticised the "intolerable" violence against Paris' Jewish community, after a pro-Palestinian rally led to the vandalizing and looting of Jewish businesses and the burning of cars.
It is the third time in a week where pro-Palestinian activists have clashed with the city's Jewish residents. On Sunday, locals reported chats of "Gas the Jews" and "Kill the Jews", as rioters attacked businesses in the Sarcelles district, known as "little Jerusalem".

Manuel Valls, France's prime minister said: “What happened in Sarcelles is intolerable. An attack on a synagogue and on a kosher shop is simply anti-Semitism. Nothing in France can justify this violence.”

Religious leaders gathered for an interfaith service on Monday to call for calm, and Haim Korsia, the chief rabbi of France, and Hassen Chalghoumi, the imam of Drancy shook hands on the steps of the synagogue.

Francois Pupponi, the mayor of Sarcelles, told BFMTV that the violent attacks were carried out by a "horde of savages."
"When you head for the synagogue, when you burn a corner shop because it is Jewish-owned, you are committing an anti-Semitic act," interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve told reporters at a press conference at the local synagogue.
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    A worker prepares to repair a shop windowin Sarcelles, a northern Paris suburb, a day after a rally against Israel's Gaza offensive descended into violence
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    A man walks in Sarcelles, a northern Paris suburb, by broken windows as he enters a shopping center in Les Flanades neighborhood
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    The broken shop window of a restaurant in a shopping center in Les Flanades neighborhood, damaged on July 20 after a rally against Israel's Gaza offensive descended into violence pitting an angry pro-Palestinian crowd against local Jewish businesses
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Rowan Williams Says Buddhism and Orthodox Mysticism helps him in his Daily Prayers!

"The former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Williams has disclosed that he spends up to 40 minutes a day squatting and repeating an Eastern Orthodox prayer while performing breathing exercises as part of a routine influenced by Buddhism ... He also spends time pacing slowly and repeatedly prostrating himself as part of an intense early morning ritual of silent meditation and prayer."

The mind boggles at the deceptions in the world today! You will not find any hint of this kind of praying in the Word of God. But yet again, the Jesuits have been successful in deceiving the world with more false worship.

This form of 'prayer and contemplation' is now rife throughout the evangelical churches and is known by the names of 'Spiritual Formation' and 'Contemplative Prayer'. Friends, this is another spiritual deception from Satan where he wants to give you a 'spiritual experience' which will make you think you are being filled with the Holy Spirit.

This is just another tool that Satan is using to unite the churches and faiths into one pot! But we don't want to be in this pot, because it is going to burn in the lake of fire. Please stand upon the Word of God alone.