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When you build a movement based on identity politics, which by nature divides, you cannot expect to cultivate unity. You cannot expect to bring people together across their ideological fissures. You can only expect more and more fragmentation.
It doesn't really matter how hard a group like Christians United for Israel tries to reach out to Jews and the organizational Jewish world. Despite their best efforts to show that their support for the Jewish state and opposition to anti-Semitism are genuine, they're never going to convince American Jews en masse that they aren't really the enemy.
Facebook has promised to crack down on "misinformation" (opinions they don't like or posts that violate their agenda) in the months leading up to the 2020 election. For those who haven't been paying attention to social media giants and tech giants silencing of dissent, this means even more censorship is coming for the Internet.
Two recent public opinion polls have revealed the depths of Palestinians' mistrust for their leaders. Both polls showed that an overwhelming majority of 80% of the Palestinian public believes that Palestinian institutions are infested with corruption and nearly 60% of Palestinian respondents want Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to resign.
Within the last 48 hours we have seen large earthquakes going off like firecrackers all along the Ring of Fire. Japan was hit with a 6.1, Australia a 6.6 and Indonesia a 7.3. This all comes just a week after southern California was hit by the two largest earthquakes that it has experienced in more than two decades.
Persecution of Christians in the Middle East is now close to "genocide", a UK-commissioned report just revealed. The same threat has also become critical for Christian communities in Africa.
Qatar's vision for America is now being peddled through our children's classrooms, targeting a pliable population and one with a long shelf life. In the last 10 years, Qatar has given over $30 million to public schools and over $1.4 billion to universities.
Former U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, who is running for the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, said on Friday that, if elected, he would undo U.S. President Donald Trump's relocation of the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem--the first candidate running next year for the highest office to explicitly say so.
The process of extreme liberalization taking place in the United Church of Canada continues as it fails to remove an atheist minister from it's ranks and now gives space to Palestinian groups honoring terrorists who have attacked Israel.