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Israel news:

Israeli Planes Bomb Syrian Weapons Plant: Lebanese media reports that Israel attacked weapons factories in the Homs region of Syria. Syria fired ground to air missile in response.

Thousands in Gush Dan wake up from false alarm sirens at 2:48 in the morning. In light of the northern front and southern front of Israel having increased military activity people thought it was a real missile attack.

Discs from missionaries were distributed in Kfar Haroeh as well as many other places. The discs come in a white envelope with a US and Israeli flag on it with no other writing.

World news:

3 Killed in Wal-Mart Shooting in Colorado: At 6:30 p.m. a man opened fire in a Wal-Mart in Thornton Colorado killing 3 people which is off Interstate 25 North of Denver. The shooter fled the scene and is at large.

Saipov, the West Way terrorist and murderer was incited by hateful propaganda and even felt good about what he did and he asked to hang an ISIS flag in his hospital room. Federal Prosecutors told the press that Saipov had 90 videos and 3,800 photos on one of his two cellphones, many of them ISIS-related pieces of propaganda, including images of prisoners being beheaded, shot or run over by a tank. This is proof that online incitement is incitement. Saipov said he started planning his attack a year ago and got all his instructions online from ISIS social media sites.

President Trump tweeted that Saipov should get the death penalty: ““NYC terrorist was happy as he asked to hang ISIS flag in his hospital room. He killed 8 people, badly injured 12. SHOULD GET DEATH PENALTY!”

Trump will pressure China to stop supplying North Korea with fuel and coal in his 12 day visit to Asia. He will first visit South Korea and then China. China is the source of 90% of all North Korean imports and North Korea would be far tamer if the supplied that enabled it to develop its weapons would never have made it to them. Trump is expected to wave the trade deficit with China in their face to pressure them to stop trading with North Korea as well as increasing sanctions against North Korea. If China tries to convince North Korea to stop its nuclear program it would be far more effective than any other country’s efforts. That is what Trump wants.
 
 

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