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PressTV Debate Tilt to Terrorists

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Yemen/ Saudi update 12/01/2016..Chorus of condemnation greets Houthi government in Yemen

Chorus of condemnation greets Houthi government in Yemen



HRW urges US to halt arms sales to Saudi Arabia



New footage :Houthis and Yemeni army hit Saudi tank by using ATGM in Najran -Saudi






Report: Saudi Government Computers Hit by Computer Virus Attack


http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13950911000834




Saudi officials said computer networks of the country's government agencies and installations, including the country’s transport sector, have recently been hit by a computer virus attack. Saudi Arabia's National Cyber Security Center, a division of the Saudi Interior Ministry, said on Thursday that the attack took place in mid-November, without elaborating on the identity of the hackers or the scale of the damage caused, SPA reported.

The virus was attempting to disrupt servers and plant malicious software in the kingdom’s computer systems, the center was cited as saying. The attack, which appeared to originate from abroad, was one of “several ongoing cyber attacks targeting government authorities,” it added. On Wednesday, several US security companies said that a version of Shamoon computer virus was used two weeks ago to cripple computers in Saudi Arabia. The virus affected tens of thousands of computers belonging to energy firms in the Middle East in 2012, including the Saudi Aramco oil company and the Qatari RasGas Co Ltd. “Why Shamoon has suddenly returned again after four years is unknown,” said the security response team of the Symantec Corp., adding, “However, with its highly destructive payload, it is clear that the attackers want their targets to sit up and take notice.”

WAR IN YEMEN 1 December 2016



The Struggles in Yemen






Yemen's Houthis form surprise new government. The Iranian-backed Houthi movement has formed a new government in the capital of Yemen, in a surprise move that is expected to hinder efforts to end a 20-month-old civil war in the impoverished country.

The minority Shia group has been in control of Sanaa over the past two years, after driving out the internationally-recognized government and forcing its president, Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi, to flee to neighboring Saudi Arabia.

The so-called National Salvation Government, formed on Monday, will be headed by Abdul Aziz Habtoor, a politician who had defected from Hadi's government and joined the Houthi coalition last year, according to the movement's news agency Saba.

Palestinian/ Israeli update 12/01/2016.. Gaza’s internally-displaced still homeless

Snow falls on Mount Hermon



2 Palestinian hunger strikers could “die”




Gaza’s internally-displaced still homeless






Israeli Forces Detain 12 Palestinians in Jerusalem, Qalqilia


http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13950911000889



Israeli forces detained at least 12 Palestinians during raids in Jerusalem and the West Bank district of Qalqilia, the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) said Thursday. PPS said Israeli police detained seven Palestinians from East Jerusalem, including 16-year-old Mohammad Attoun, son of lawmaker Ahmad Attoun. Israel expelled Attoun from East Jerusalem and forced him to live in the West Bank, away from his family and home, WAFA reported. Meanwhile, Israeli troops broke into the village of Azzoun, East of Qalqilia, where they detained five Palestinians. Meanwhile, The World Health Organization (WHO) published a 2-year report on health access for Gaza patients to highlight how the Israeli permit system and physical barriers obstruct health access for Palestinian patients, ambulances and health workers.

The study “Right to health: crossing barriers to access health in the occupied Palestinian territory, 2014 – 2015,” was based on data provided by Palestinian Authority ministries and non-profit health providers, as well as patient interviews and field studies, said a WHO press release. “Access is a fundamental element of the right to health. Every mother and child has the right to be together during a child’s cancer treatment,” said Dr. Gerald Rockenschaub, the WHO head of the office in the West Bank and Gaza. “Yet the data indicates substantial restrictions for thousands of patients and their companions who are trying to travel to their places of referral.” The 48-page report also presents information on the impact of attacks on health facilities, patients and health personnel, and the health access situation in “Area C” in the West Bank, where Israel retains full security and civil authority. The report made recommendations to Israel as the occupier in the Palestinian lands and to Egypt to remove restrictions on patients and facilitate access to health services. Iran concerned over Israel's crimes against Palestinians






Israeli soldiers not in danger when they killed woman, boy


https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/maureen-clare-murphy/israeli-soldiers-not-danger-when-they-killed-woman-boy



Israeli forces “acted without any justification and did not face lethal danger” when they shot three Palestinians, killing two of them, in separate incidents last month, the human rights group B’Tselem has said.



Two of those shot, one fatally, were children.



Khalid Bahr Ahmad Bahr, 15, was slain on 20 October when he was shot in the back from a distance of approximately 20 meters while running away from soldiers at the entrance to a grove near Route 60 in Beit Ommar, a village in the southern occupied West Bank.



A military inquiry into the incident determined that “the soldiers’ lives were not in danger, and that they could have acted differently in this case,” according to the Tel Aviv newspaper Haaretz.



An Israeli army spokesperson said that the incident is being investigated by the Military Police Investigation Unit, and will then be referred to the Military Advocate General.

30 bullets fired



A day before Khalid Bahr was killed, Israeli forces shot dead Rahiq Shaji Birawi, 19, at the Zaatara intersection near the northern West Bank city of Nablus.



A military inquiry found that Birawi pulled out a knife while approaching the forces and a Border Police combatant shot at her legs, but missed.



“At this stage, and as a video clip published in the media shows, four Border Police officers fired around 30 bullets at Birawi while she was several meters away from them, killing her,” according to B’Tselem.



The Border Police said the incident was still under investigation, Haaretz reported.



“The massive shooting at [Birawi], when she was already lying on the ground and could no longer endanger the Border Police officers, is unjustified and unlawful,” B’Tselem stated.



“This incident joins a list of dozens of cases of extrajudicial executions since October 2015,” the group added. “This policy receives support from both military and government officials, who instruct security forces that terrorists should die.”



The third case investigated by B’Tselem concerns the 15 October shooting of Faris Ziyad Ata Bayid, 15, with a rubber-coated metal bullet during a protest by dozens of youths outside the entrance to Jalazone refugee camp near the West Bank city of Ramallah.



Israeli soldiers used stun grenades, rubber-coated metal bullets and live ammunition to try to disperse the demonstration.



Bayid was among around six youths who had climbed to the base of a nearby hill, “where they hid at a distance of 20-30 meters from the soldiers above them, who fired at them,” according to B’Tselem.



“While Bayid was preparing to throw a Molotov cocktail at the soldiers, and before it had been ignited, the soldiers fired three or four ‘rubber bullets’ and live ammunition toward him,” B’Tselem stated. “One of the ‘rubber bullets’ struck Bayid in the head.”

Shot in head



A 17-year-old boy who was hiding with Bayid told B’Tselem that soldiers “shot a rubber bullet directly down at us. [Bayid] was struck in the upper front of his head.”



“The bullet tore open a hole with a diameter of two or three centimeters,” the witness added. “He began to bleed heavily and fell on his back, totally unconscious and immobile. His eyes flipped over.”



Bayid underwent surgery for his injuries, “but he has not yet regained consciousness and he is still connected to a resuscitation device in the intensive care unit,” B’Tselem stated.



“He’s in a vegetative state and his chances of survival are poor,” Haaretz reported this month.



A military inquiry found that the soldiers were justified in opening fire.



B’Tselem stated, however, that the shooting was “unlawful,” and that the boy “was shot when he was about to throw a Molotov cocktail at the soldiers. The device had not been ignited, and from Bayid’s position at the bottom of the hill he did not pose lethal danger.”



The rights group said that the different “security establishment” responses to the three incidents are identical in terms of the outcome, and will not lead to accountability or change in soldiers’ conduct or prevent such incidents from occurring again in the future.



The group questioned the purpose of open fire regulations issued to soldiers when no action is taken against those who breach them.



Earlier this year, B’Tselem announced that it would no longer cooperate with or refer cases to the Israeli army’s internal investigation unit. The group’s director stated that “We will no longer aid a system that whitewashes investigations and serves as a fig leaf for the occupation.”



Israeli forces have killed 100 Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip so far this year, 75 of them during attacks and alleged attacks.



Israel has withheld the bodies of more than 130 Palestinians killed during attacks and alleged attacks over the past year, and still holds on to more than 20, including the remains of Birawi and Bahr.

Trump update 12/01/2016..Victory Tour!

Trump Victory Tour



Donald Trump's full speech at the Carrier factory




Trump's Transition: Who is James Mattis?



Mad Dog Mattis Now Trump's Secretary Of Defense




Latest Trump Attack Exposed



Angry Trump ReTweets InfoWars and 16 YEAR OLD's Tweet against CNN's Jeff Zeleny SAD




Trump to improve ties with Russia, UK to follow lead - British MP




Putin: Russia Ready to Cooperate with Trump Administration, Join Anti-Terrorism Efforts

http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13950911000818





Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia is ready to cooperate with Donald Trump Administration, hopes to join efforts with the United States in the fight against international terrorism, in particular in Syria. "Russia is ready to cooperate with the new US Administration, it is important to normalize and develop bilateral relations on an equal and mutually beneficial basis. Cooperation between Russia and the United States in addressing global and regional issues is in the interest of the whole world. We share responsibility for ensuring international security and stability," Putin said in his annual Federal Assembly address, Sputnik reported. He added that attempts to break the strategic parity was extremely dangerous and could lead to a global catastrophe. Putin also expressed hope to join efforts with the United States in fighting against global terrorism, in particular in Syria. "We hope to join efforts with the United States in the struggle against real, and not imaginary threat," Putin said.



Putin Warns Upsetting Global Strategic Balance "Could Lead To Global Catastrophe", Wants To Be Friends With Trump

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-12-01/putin-warns-upsetting-global-strategic-balance-could-lead-global-catastrophe-wants-b





In his annual address to the nation, Russian President Vladimir Putin struck an unusually conciliatory tone on Thursday, saying Moscow wanted to get on with the incoming U.S. administration and was looking to make friends not enemies: "We are ready to cooperate with the new U.S. administration. We have a shared responsibility to ensure international security."



"We don't want confrontation with anyone. We don't need it. We are not seeking and have never sought enemies. We need friends," Putin told Russia's political elite gathered in the Kremlin's grand hall.



This year's speech is a marked contrast to prior addresses, in which Putin lashed out at the West and the United States in particular. He did however note that any U.S.-Russia co-operation would have to be mutually beneficial and even-handed. Shortly after Trump's victory, Putin said the President-elect may help restore tattered U.S.-Russia relations, and analysts said he was unlikely to want to dial up anti-Western rhetoric before Trump's inauguration in January.



Putin also said he was hoping to find common ground with Washington on fighting global terrorism, a reference to Syria where Moscow is backing President Bashar al-Assad, while the outgoing U.S. administration has supported anti-Assad rebels. Russia hopes Trump will give Russia a freer hand there and cooperate militarily to fight Islamic State.



“We hope to unite our forces with the United States in the fight against the real threat, not the fictional one – international terrorism,” he said. The president also emphasized the need “to strengthen non-proliferation regimes,” noting that “attempts to upset the strategic balance are extremely dangerous and could lead to a global catastrophe.”



The tide has now turned in the Syrian conflict in favor of Putin’s ally, President Bashar al-Assad, whose grip on the Middle East country is increasing as Trump seems set to cut back support for rebel groups and focus U.S. efforts on fighting Islamic State.



The Russian leader also expressed hope of a better relationship with European countries. “Unlike some of our foreign colleagues, who see Russia as an opponent, we aren’t looking for enemies and never have done, we need friends,” Putin said, however he added that "we will not allow any infringement on the interests of the Russian Federation and we will manage our own destiny without tips and unsolicited advice."................



Ann Coulter: How Trump Could Ruin His Presidency





Cavuto to GOP: Remember your promises, remember your history



X22Report The Elite Are Now In The Process Of Making Their Next Move - Episode 1141b

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Report date: 12.01.2016

Jill Stein recounts are hitting road blocks. The Ohio attacker has no link to terror groups. The push is on to convince the public that Russia is cyber attacking the US. Hollande is not going to run for a second term. Ukraine continually is saying that Russia is invading. Russia placing defensive weapons in Crimea when Ukraine begins its missile drills.Putin warns that if the world does not come together it could be catastrophic.Russian and the Syrian opposition are now in secret meeting without the US to talk about peace. The elite are now in the process of using Iran to push their next plan of pushing the US into war.

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What Really Happened w/Mike Rivero: Thursday (12-1-16)

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Watching the Hawks [368] America on Top: Sustaining the Military Industrial Complex

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The Sean #Hannity Show 12/1/16 Newt Gingrich You’re a Great American

The Sean Hannity Show 12/1/16 - Newt Gingrich joins Sean Hannity - You’re a Great American - YouTube