Temple Mount Crisis: Israel Attempting to Separate Religion and War

Temple Mount Crisis: Israel Attempting to Separate Religion and War

Temple Mount Crisis: Israel Attempting to Separate Religion and War Hundreds of thousands of Palestinian posts online have dealt with the violence in recent days, and a relatively high number of young people, both male and female, have threatened to carry out attacks because of the Temple Mount events The religious motif has played a significant role in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian for a long time. Disagreements and incidents involving the Temple Mount have ignited periods of increased violence several times in the past – in 1990,…

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Box Office: Hollywood’s Franchise Crisis Worsens Over July Fourth

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Box Office: Hollywood’s Franchise Crisis Worsens Over July Fourth Hollywoods : Summer revenue has tumbled more than 8 percent behind 2016 in North America after a string of misses Call it the franchise fizzle. Hollywoods : Save for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Wonder Woman, every summer tentpole so far has underperformed in North America — albeit to varying degrees — resulting in revenue for the season currently running 8 percent behind the same period last year. Worse, gains made in the earlier part of 2017 have been eroded to the…

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IRAN AND TURKEY, AT WAR IN SYRIA, BACK QATAR IN GULF CRISIS WITH FOOD AND MILITARY EXERCISES

IRAN AND TURKEY, AT WAR IN SYRIA, BACK QATAR IN GULF CRISIS WITH FOOD AND MILITARY EXERCISES

IRAN AND TURKEY, AT WAR IN SYRIA, BACK QATAR IN GULF CRISIS WITH FOOD AND MILITARY EXERCISES Two traditional foes, Turkey and Iran, have found themselves on the same side of a bitter regional dispute between Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Turkey and Iran directly back opposing factions in Syria’s civil war, but have a common interest in backing Qatar amid a massive diplomatic and economic boycott led by fellow oil-rich Gulf monarchy, Saudi Arabia. The kingdom announced earlier this month that it, along with Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates,…

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Punjab clashes: Badals battle crisis as police firing kills two over holy book desecration

Punjab clashes: Badals battle crisis as police firing kills two over holy book desecration

Punjab clashes: Badals battle crisis as police firing kills two over holy book desecration Badal appealed for calm and called the desecration “a deep-rooted conspiracy aimed at inciting communal tension and destabilising the peace in Punjab”. Two people were killed in police firing Wednesday as protests over the alleged desecration of a Guru Granth Sahib spread to several villages in Fardikot. About 80 people were injured when police used teargas, lathicharge and fired in the air to disperse a dharna by Sikhs at Kotakpura chowk in Faridkot early Wednesday. Later in…

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Has Putin broken international law?

Has Putin broken international law?

Has Putin broken international law? Crisis in Ukraine – On February 26 in Kiev, a woman holds a photograph of a protester killed during the height of tensions. Crisis in Ukraine – Ukrainian tanks are transported from their base in Perevalne, Crimea, on Wednesday, March 26. After Russian troops seized most of Ukraine’s bases in Crimea, interim Ukrainian President Oleksandr Turchynov ordered the withdrawal of armed forces from the peninsula, citing Russian threats to the lives of military staff and their families. President Barack Obama has said that Russian President…

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