They say messages posted in Arabic to the group's "Secrets of Jihadis" social media site called "for bloody celebrations in the Christian New Year". "The FBI is aware of the recent link published online that urges attacks against USA churches", the bullet said.
Israel is to take in injured refugees from Aleppo and arrange for them to be treated in the country's hospitals, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced. The Prime Minister went on to explain that while Israel may not be able to resolve the war in Syria, it can mitigate some of the suffering. Regarding the Palestinian issue, Netanyahu said that with the election of Donald Trump "everybody is saying, 'How is Netanyahu going to deal with this if he does not have massive pressure on ...
These reports gave the Israelis a great deal of consternation. The uncertainty of how Obama would come down on the vote only drove home the stark differences between his outlook and Trump's and Netanyahu's. "However, this resolution is not a productive way to impact such policies", the statement said. He added that the Palestinian Authority's refusal to participate in bilateral negotiations and efforts to attack Israel in global fora are the real obstacles to peace.
The cards, which sell for $10 and provide unlimited Metro access the day of the inauguration, feature an image of the White House against a red-white-and-blue flag backdrop. The transit agency has not yet responded to a request for additional details, including why the president-elect's name doesn't appear without a photo and how many cards they plan to print.
The most infamous case was during the Ghouta attack in August 2013 that killed more than 1,700 people. "The last four buses carrying terrorists and their families arrived in Ramussa", a district south of Aleppo controlled by government forces, the channel said .
It also called on them to carry out a peaceful and orderly transition and transfer of power to President-elect Adama Barrow by 19 January 2017, in accordance with the Gambian Constitution. Barrow's inauguration ceremony is expected to be held on January 19. Last week, the head of ECOWAS did not rule out sending troops to Gambia in an interview Monday with Radio France Internationale , as we reported.