Israeli authorities have barred Palestinians from entering the country from the occupied West Bank or the Gaza Strip ahead of the Jewish Yom Kippur holiday that begins this evening. Because of those circumstances, questions have been raised over why Israeli security forces were not keeping a closer eye on him. Yom Kippur can offer an opportunity for more holistic LGBTQ inclusion in the Jewish New Year and enrich Jewish life, family and tradition for years to come.
The opening day box office collection (India) went against all the predictions and turned out to be a massive victor with becoming second highest opener of this year, after Salman Khan's "Sultan". India biz. Note: "Hindi+Tamil+Telugu". It crossed the 100 crores mark on Saturday thus becomes the fifth 100 crores grosser of 2016 after Sultan , Airlift, Rustom and Housefull 3 .
In a four-way matchup, Clinton now has the support of 46 percent of likely voters, while Trump has 37 percent, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson has eight percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein has two percent. "Hillary Clinton doesn't have the fortitude, strength or stamina to lead in our world", the audio says as on screen Clinton becomes wobbly getting into the auto.
A doddery ankle has put an end to Drake's remaining 2016 plans - he's been forced to pull his final three Summer Sixteen tour dates. "By doing this, he made his injury worse", read the statement . The man responsible for the year's longest running number one - One Dance - sent a flurry of excitement through his fanbase on Monday morning when he announced live dates for next year.
Brady fought Commissioner Roger Goodells ruling for more than a year before he begrudgingly accepted his punishment. Brady, who threw for 406 yards and three touchdowns, didn't appear to have any rust as he had the offense clicking just like it was entering last year's AFC title game against the Broncos.
Meanwhile, Pink Floyd's iconic inflatable pig - frequently floated through the crowd during shows - made an appearance. Waters, a co-founder of Pink Floyd , and The Who closed the three-day festival in Indio, southern California. Near the end of his performance, Waters expressed support for the BDS movement , which calls for boycotts and sanctions against Israel. Waters waited until near the end of his performance to voice his support for the Palestinian-led BDS movement.