16 September 2013


13 Tishrei 5774

Events since Rosh Hashanah have exploded around the world. What is going to happen next?


The State of Colorado experienced a 'Biblical' rain and flood event. Seven are confirmed dead and twelve hundred are still unaccounted for. "Nearly 19,000 homes were damaged or destroyed."

While that was happening, Mexico got slammed between a hurricane out of the Gulf of Mexico and a tropical storm out of the Pacific Ocean.

"Rivers overflowed their banks, mudslides buried houses and roadways flooded as fierce tropical storm systems hit opposite sides of Mexico, killing at least 21 people, an official said."


There is an ongoing - possibly terror - event in Washington, DC...

At least 12 13 killed in shooting rampage at Washington Navy Yard

Debka is reporting...

"This command center focused in recent weeks on planning fleet preparations in the east Mediterranean for a US cruise missile strike on the Syrian chemical weapons that was later called off.  Two days ago, Al Qaeda leader Ayman Zawahiri issued a videotaped call for an adherent to carry out a “lone wolf attack” inside the United States."

Israel-PA Negotiations Continue Amid Jordan Valley Controversy

Negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority continued in Jerusalem on Monday, amid a familiar pattern of Israeli and American silence and PA leaks.

In the most recent leak, a PA official said that during the negotiations, Israel agreed to a wholesale deportation of thousands of Jews from Judea and Samaria and the transfer of their property to PA Arabs.

...Saeb Erekat, told an Arabic radio station that the US has guaranteed the PA all of its key preconditions in advance of negotiations.


Doomsday in Japan? Radiation-Stricken Fukushima Power Plant in Direct Path of Typhoon Man-yi

"As if its radiation concerns aren't enough, Japan might receive another radiation leaking problem from the same crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant. Typhoon Man-yi has started battering southern Japan, and its path has been forecast to directly hit the nuclear plant."

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