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Aug 28 07:54

Saudi Emir of ISIL Terrorists Killed in Popular Uprising in Eastern Syria

Salem Rabah al-Zafiri, a Saudi commander of ISIL terrorist group, was killed in people's attack on his car in Southeastern Deir Ezzur, local sources reported on Monday. The sources reported that a number of residents of the town of Albu Kamal attacked an ISIL vehicle near al-Mesriyeh square and set fire at the car, killing al-Zafiri nom de guerre Abu Rabah al-Hejazi, head of ISIL's propaganda office in Albu Kamal, and several more terrorists. ISIL terrorists' weapons were seized by people after the attack, the sources said...

Aug 28 07:50

Iran Warns of Preplanned Measures if Other Sides Violate N. Deal

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi warned that the country has foreseen special measures if the other sides violate the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran. "If the US violates the nuclear deal unilaterally and the EU, China and Russia powerfully continue their cooperation with Iran, the US will be isolated but if Europe accompanies the US in this regard, Iran has plans too and will not remain silent," Salehi said on Monday. Stressing that the western states are certain that Iran doesn’t seek proliferation of atomic weapons, he said, "They are more concerned about Iran's capability (to attain different modern technologies)." In relevant remarks last month, Salehi warned that the US, Israel and some of their regional allies are attempting to weaken the internationally-accepted 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and the world powers.

Aug 28 07:50

Finding The Root Cause Of Recessions

Two things bear most of the blame: external shocks and economic volatility.

Aug 28 07:46

Esquire: Trump Has No One in Charge of FEMA or the NOAA, Just in Time for Hurricane Season

(*CONTACT ESQUIRE: we need to flood
the editor and ask if he's ever heard of William Brock , or John Armor !)

Aug 28 07:16

The 20th century's greatest human rights activists

On August 28, 1963 American civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous "I have a dream speech", in which he called for an end to racism in the United States. King is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using the tactics of nonviolence and civil disobedience based on his Christian beliefs and inspired by the nonviolent activism of Mahatma Gandhi. The greatest human rights activists of the twentieth century in this photo gallery by TASS.

Aug 28 07:08

CNN: Trump has to rely on the 'swamp' for Hurricane Harvey response

(*We're Drowning In Fake NEWS
no pun intended)

Aug 28 07:03

Actor Samuel Jackson explains how he played with toy guns and shot real guns as a kid, no problem

the actor explains that no one went on shooting rampages, that kids were taught responsible gun safety and were very familiar with guns, how to use them, and the damage that they could cause.

Aug 28 07:00

Carl Herman/Jim Fetzer 4-part discussion series: .01% US illegal rogue state empire of Wars of Aggression, looting trillions, lying through corporate media and public education

*hyperlinks/videos live at source*

Carl Herman is a National Board Certified Teacher in Government, Economics, and History, also credentialed in Mathematics. Jim Fetzer (podcasts here, here) is Distinguished McKnight Professor of Philosophy Emeritus of the University of Minnesota Duluth; Founder, Scholars for 9/11 Truth; Editor, Assassination Science; Co-Editor, Assassination Research, and author to over 30 books. Jim and Carl contribute nearly 100 years of academic training and professional experience in this four-part series to reveal among the most obvious lies of omission and commission keeping Americans ignorant of ongoing .01% US rogue state empire.

Jim and Carl factually assert an Emperor's New Clothes condition that Americans can easily see for themselves, if they care to look.

4-part series, with linked documentation:

1. US illegal: history of rogue state empire (56-minute video below, and here)

Aug 28 06:56

Children allowed to handle weapons on field trip to gun shop

The owner of a Cherokee County private school says she's receiving nasty messages after taking children on a field trip to a gun shop and allowing them to handle weapons. Tammy Dorsten says she was just trying to give the first and second-grade students a history lesson when she took them to Hi-Caliber Firearms as part of an American History lesson. She says since the incident, her Facebook page has been flooded with criticism.

Aug 28 05:57

The Israelis Tried to Cut Their Losses in Syria. They Failed

They hoped Assad would fall. Then they wished Syria would fall apart, taking Hezbollah with it. Despite recent efforts, the Israelis may now find themselves staring down the group on two fronts... As Iran consolidates its presence and influence in Syria, Israel fears that its "Syrian policy" is collapsing. To cut its losses, the Jewish state has embarked on a new and urgent diplomatic-intelligence initiative spearheaded by Mossad chief Yossi Cohen. On Wednesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu disrupted Russian President Vladimir Putin's summer holiday and flew to Sochi. He was accompanied by Cohen. Last week, Cohen led a senior intelligence delegation, which included the chief of Israeli military intelligence Major-General Hertzi Halevi, to Washington for meetings with their counterparts.

Aug 28 05:35

US airlifts ISIS fighters to safety for the second time in a week, war monitor claims

For the second time this week alone, the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) has claimed that the US-led coalition has airlifted ISIS fighters to safety from Deir Ezzor province in Syria's east. The UK-based monitoring groups claims that the ISIS members on Saturday were airlifted from al-Tabani, a town on the western outskirts of Deir Ezzor. Sources on the ground claimed to the SOHR that the US-led operation was backed from artillery fire by the Syrian Democratic Forces. It can only be speculated that the rescued ISIS members were defectors. This latest rescue mission follows on from Thursday where a similar operation was conducted to rescue a civilian and four ISIS members, including a bomb expert, from a house used as an arms depot in the Beqres suburb of eastern Deir Ezzor...

Aug 28 05:31

Yemenis swear revenge on Saudi Arabia after dozens are killed in airstrikes on civilians

The relatives of Yemeni civilians killed in recent Saudi-led airstrikes have sworn to seek revenge on the coalition that has led aggression against the war-ravaged country since early 2015. 22 of the 60 civilians killed by the deadly Saudi-led airstrikes were buried on Sunday at a funeral attended by a large number of people. The civilians were killed when the Saudi-led coalition struck a hotel in the Arhab district to the north of the capital Sana’a on Wednesday. “We buried them today. All these people coming here proves how angry the Yemeni people are at this crime committed against them,” said Abdullah al-Mosheki, a relative of one of the victims. “Two of my sons were martyred in the Arhab massacre by the Saudi aggression, they were civilians though and they used to work in agriculture,” said another individual, Ahmad al-Jehizei.

Aug 28 05:29

Sudan deploys more soldiers to back Saudi-led coalition in Yemen

A fresh group of Sudanese soldiers have been deployed to southern Yemen after disembarking a cargo plane in Aden Province in a big to further assist the Saudi-led aggression on the country. Local sources revealed that the Sudanese soldiers were then transferred by military vehicles to the Khor Maksar district to an army camp. In total, Sudan has around 1,000 soldiers fighting the Houthi-led Ansarullah Movement who currently occupy most of northern Yemen, including the capital city Sana'a, and are resisting Saudi aggression. A total of 21 Sudanese soldiers have been killed since the start of the Saudi-led aggression on Yemen in March 2015.

Aug 28 05:23

Russian air force destroys in a 7 day period over 1000 terrorist facilities in Syria

Over 1,000 terrorist facilities have been killed in the past week by the Russian air force from Friday, the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper claimed on their edition for that day...
Supported by the Russian Air Force, Syrian Army annihilates more than 800 ISIS terrorists in Raqqah
78,000 square kilometers of Syria liberated from terrorist forces, Russia plays key role
Syrian forces destroy an ISIS manufacturing facility in Deir Ez Zour
Russian military reveals that terrorists in Syria use 'swarming' tactics

Aug 28 05:12

Russia 'not seeking to vie with anyone' to settle Qatari quandary, vows Lavrov

Moscow is not planning to vie with anyone in settling the crisis between Qatar and a number of Arab states, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Monday. "We support the Kuwaiti initiative, we do not want to vie with anyone," Lavrov said. "We have good relations with all the countries which found themselves in such a difficult situation. We strongly believe that Kuwait’s initiative deserves the support of all those who can generate a positive impact on this situation. We are ready to provide this support in any mode that will be acceptable to all participants in this situation". On June 5, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt accused Qatar of supporting terrorism and meddling in their domestic affairs. Subsequently, they said that they were severing diplomatic relations with Doha. Economic sanctions and a transport blockade were imposed on Qatar.