Archive | May, 2008

The September War

Tuesday, May 27, 2008 Exclusive: Hal Lindsey sees pieces in place for battle between Israel, her neighbors Posted: May 23, 2008 1:00 am Eastern By Hal Lindsey According to a number of sources, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is planning to bring his first reactor on line sometime in September 2008, which is just about in line with [...]

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A Throne in Europe

In 1948, as Europe was emerging from two devastating wars, they quickly found themselves faced with two urgent security threats: possible German re-armament, and the start of the Cold War. And so in response to immediate defense and economic needs, on March 17, 1948, The Brussels Treaty was signed, creating a common market consisting of [...]

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An unnoticed prophecy about dividing of Israel

BETWEEN THE LINES Exclusive: Joseph Farah sees Solomon story as analogy for rending Jewish state Posted: May 07, 2008 1:00 am Eastern By Joseph Farah There is a Bible story familiar to practically everyone that relates directly to efforts by the international community to divide Israel for the purpose of creating a Palestinian state. It [...]

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Orphans & Heirs

Back in 1890, a baby girl named Magdalena was born to a young couple living in New York City. Her German immigrant parents were, like most young parents at the time, living hand to mouth, both working hard to carve out a new life in the overcrowded and under-regulated city that New York was in [...]

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