He added that the document had the "full support of the United States administration, who have refused to condemn Israeli colonial settlements as well as the systematic attacks and crimes of the Israeli occupation against the people of Palestine".
Ms Storch's party defended her comments, claiming that the removal of her remarks was a form of censorship. Beatrix von Storch had both her Twitter and Facebook accounts frozen on January 1 for supposedly violating "hate speech" rules, after the political leader expressed her anger on social media at a New Year's greeting issued in Arabic by the Cologne Police.
England, Wales and Scotland are also not immune to its spread. The symptoms of Australian flu do not differ from other strains of flu, however they can be more severe. Irish authorities have announced the first deaths from "Australian flu" as the virus takes hold in the northern hemisphere, after causing the worst flu season for a decade in Australia.
People in South Mississippi are cranking up the auto heater and heading for the border, dreaming on the ride to Louisiana of Florida what they'll do with the money if they win the $440 million Powerball jackpot or $343 million Mega Millions drawing this week.
The safest in the history of commercial civil aviation, that's what 2017 turned out to be. According to To70 data, every 16 million flights are one fatal accident, although the calculations were made before the Costa Rican accident. Plus, nonfatal accidents were up this year, including cases where planes couldn't stop at the end of the runway. "Good news - it was just reported that there were Zero deaths in 2017, the best and safest year on record!" he tweeted.
Senate seat being vacated by Democratic Sen. Bachmann told Bakker that she had been called by God to run in the 2012 presidential race, when she finished sixth in the Iowa caucuses. Bachmann resigned from Congress in 2015 after serving for almost ten years. That money could be transferred to a Senate campaign. Bachmann has always been a polarizing figure both in Minnesota and nationally.