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Iranian athlete defects after being pressured to wear Soleimani t-shirt

By Donna Rachel Edmunds, World Israel News An Iranian champion powerlifter has defected in Oslo after Iranian officials tried to force him to show allegiance...

Don’t mention God: Powerful nation outlaws online talk of religion

By Bob Unruh(WND NEWS CENTER) China long has tried to control its citizens’ religious thoughts. Mandatory registration for churches, pastors who must deliver government...

Judge: Prince Andrew can’t halt lawsuit with domicile claim

(AP) — Prince Andrew’s effort to immediately block the progression of a lawsuit by a woman who says he sexually assaulted her when she...

Japanese museum tells story of diplomat who saved Jews during the Holocaust

(A7) A Japanese museum dedicated to the story of a World War II diplomat who saved thousands of Jews is holding an exhibit on...

UN inquiry comes with new independent façade, same anti-Israel bias

By Mike Wagenheim, JNS.org When the Biden administration announced its decision to reengage with the Geneva-based United Nations Human Rights Council, officials said it was doing...

Biden talks sanctions, Putin warns of rupture over Ukraine

(AP) — President Joe Biden warned Russia’s Vladimir Putin on Thursday that the U.S. could impose new sanctions against Russia if it takes further...

Iran launches rocket into space amid Vienna nuclear talks

(AP) — Iran launched a rocket with a satellite carrier bearing three devices into space, authorities announced Thursday, without saying whether any of the...

World’s oldest Holocaust archive paints vivid picture of catastrophe in real time

By World Israel News Staff For many people, Holocaust education happens via old textbooks, and perhaps the occasional speech by a survivor. The general narrative of the...

National Security Challenges Abound in 2022 – Ken’s Thought of the Week

By Kenneth Abramowitz   By the end of 2021, President Biden’s first year in office, the United States was reeling from three national security fiascos that...

Archbishop Tutu and the disturbing power of intersectionality

By Jonathan S. Tobin (JNS) Desmond Tutu will primarily be remembered by posterity for his role as a leader in the struggle against South African...

Nigeria: Dozens Killed, Abducted on Christmas After Jihadists Demand Churches Close

FRANCES MARTEL Unspecified “bandits” in Muslim-majority Zamfara state, Nigeria, attacked as many as 15 villages on Christmas Day, killing at least seven and abducting...

Crossbow-Armed Man Tried To Assassinate Queen Over ‘Racial Discrimination’

The crossbow-armed man who tried to assassinate Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle on Christmas Day said he was motivated by anger over colonialism and...

Swedes 1st in line with microchip vaccine passports

By Bob Unruh(WND NEWSCENTER) A columnist at The Federalist is warning Americans about the work in Sweden to implant microchips in people. Because, “It won’t stop...

Desmond Tutu, South African equality activist, dies at 90

(AP) — Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning activist for racial justice and LGBT rights and retired Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, has...

Hong Kong’s Media Face Year of Red Lines

( VOA NEWS)2021 was a year of dramatic changes for Hong Kong’s media scene, as the city adjusted to life under Beijing’s national security...

Queen recalls ‘familiar laugh missing’ in Christmas speech

(AP) — Queen Elizabeth II in her Christmas Day message shared the pain she felt after the death of her husband as she encouraged...

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