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In a bold attack outside a site sacred to Muslims and Jews, three Arab Israelis armed with a pistol and homemade machine guns shot and killed two Israeli police officers early Friday at the entrance to the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
The three assailants were then chased into the courtyard of the mosque complex, where they were shot and killed by Israeli security forces, authorities said.
Hours after the early-morning shootout, Israeli forces still blocked access to the mosque area because of security concerns.
The rare closure marked the first time in years that Israeli authorities stopped Muslims of all ages from attending Friday prayers at the holy site.
Israel’s domestic security service, Shin Bet, said the three attackers were Israeli citizens from an Arab town in northern Israel called Umm al-Fahm and that they shared the same last name, suggesting they may have been related.
The two dead Israeli Border Police officers were members of Israel’s small Druze community. Kamil Shnaan, 22, was the son of a former member of parliament. Hael Sathawi, 30, left behind a wife and a 3-week-old son.
A former Haitian government official is found dead ahead of his expected testimony on the Clinton Foundation’s corruption and malpractice.
One America’s Marty Golingan has more on how his suspected suicide and the death of a GOP operative may be tied to Hillary Clinton.
Muslim migrants continue to try to block roads in France that lead to the United Kingdom in an attempt to kidnap truck drivers and force them to drive them into the country that doesn't want them.
Watch as this Polish truck driver isn't backing down from African Muslim migrants who are attempting to force him to take him across the bridge into the United Kingdom.
"Go away, f*** off": Mime artist breaks character and goes berserk at heckler during LIVE BBC broadcast
"They (#Muslims) hate us with a Passion..." Listen as this American soldier explains exactly why the United States should do all he can in order to avoid becoming like Europe and importing massive amounts of Muslim migrants into the country.
CNN liberal commentator Angela Rye refused to acknowledge that Donald Trump was her president, on Monday morning’s New Day. During a heated back-and-forth discussion on the Russia investigation (what else?) with Trump’s former adviser, Congressman Jack Kingston, Rye repeatedly called Trump “your [Kingston’s] president.” Kingston and Rye first began arguing about Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with the Russian lawyer. After Rye blasted the meeting as against the law, Kingston asked her if she would also condemn the DNC working with Ukrainian officials to gather incriminating information on the Trump campaign in 2016.
Kingston: “I hope you will join me on the DNC and Alexandra Chalupa, who represented the Ukrainian government and digging up dirt on Trump.” -- Rye: “It’s another distraction.There is nothing that rises to the level of this very well coordinated effort by the Russian government, Jack.” -- Kingston: “It's the same thing! If you broke the law, you broke the law. I’m just quoting what you said about breaking the law.” -- Rye: “Absolutely. And if, indeed, that is the case on the Ukrainian side I will stand with you and say no one should be receiving information to overthrow or to thwart election results. Absolutely. But right now we're talking about your president. That's the problem.”
To wrap up, anchor John Berman asked for Rye’s last word. She again called Trump, Kingston’s president, before he called her out on it: “He went into a press conference during the summer, asking Russia to find the other 30,000 e-mails. There are a lot of things that your president has done to defy logic. Let's at least acknowledge that.” Rye snapped. -- “Your president, too, Angela,” Kingston reminded her. Rye shook her head defensively. “Well he's your president,” she whined. Berman then ended the argument by stating, “The President of the United States.”
Rye’s lack of civility knows no bounds. In her on-air feuds with conservatives she’s called them “bigots” for pointing out liberal media bias, and cursed at them after being reminded of Clinton’s scandals while in office. And as much as Rye criticizes her pro-Trump counterparts for being blinded by their partisanship, her devotion to our former president was so extreme that she compared him to Jesus Christ.
Michael Caputo, a communications adviser for many months during the Trump campaign, testified for three plus hours before the House Intelligence Committee Friday afternoon, and said in his opinion the Russia scandal comes down to two words: “collusion delusion.”
“I completely believe there was no collusion in the Trump campaign, but all I can do is speak for myself and the people I’m close with,” Caputo told the Washington Examiner after his testimony, characterizing the overall hearing as a “fishing expedition.”
“The problem we have is the Democrats have no interest in ending these investigations. They’re looking to extend this as long as possible because they’re successfully stopping Donald Trump from implementing his agenda. He may have won the election, but they have won the first year of his presidency — the most important year of a presidency,” he added later.
Caputo declined to detail any specific questions he faced in the testimony because he said it would harm the integrity of the investigation, adding that only four members were present.
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Students love socialism!…whatever that is… Ask most college students, and they'll tell you that socialism is a wonderful thing. Just don't ask them to define it, because you'll get the same answer. Last year, a poll was released showing 53 percent of Americans under age 35 are dissatisfied with our nation’s current economic system and think socialism would be good for the country. The same poll found that 45 percent of young Americans would be willing to support an openly socialist Presidential candidate. The findings of this poll coincide with the rise of Senator Bernie Sanders, an avowed “Democratic Socialist” from Vermont who received millions of votes in the 2016 Democratic Primary, many of them from millennials.
While it’s clear that young people increasingly view socialism in a positive light, it’s also clear that many of them are uneducated about what it entails, or the impact it’s had throughout history. The same poll found many millennials are unfamiliar with historical figures often associated with socialism, such as Che Guevara, Joseph Stalin, and Karl Marx. Wanting to see what millennials in D.C. thought of socialism, Campus Reform headed to Washington, D.C. to ask students two simple questions: “Do you like socialism?” and “What is socialism?” It quickly became clear that while most of the people we spoke with held an idyllic view of socialism, most had little idea of what it actually is. One student said of socialism, “I think people throw that word around to try and scare you, but if helping people is socialism, than I’m for it.”
When asked how she would define socialism, her answer was simple: “I mean honestly I’m not not exactly sure.” -- “I guess just, you know, getting rid of that wealth gap in the United States?” ventured another. One student supported it passionately, saying “It’s more of an open form of government and it feels a lot more accessible to a lot more people,” but when asked to explain what socialism actually entails, could only repeat now-common refrain: “To be quite honest I don’t know.”
This is definitely something you don't see everyday.
In the sometimes hostile waters of the Persian Gulf looms the US Navy's first -- in fact, the world's first -- active laser weapon.
The LaWS, an acronym for Laser Weapons System, is not science fiction. It is not experimental. It is deployed on board the USS Ponce amphibious transport ship, ready to be fired at targets today and every day by Capt. Christopher Wells and his crew.
CNN was granted exclusive access to a live-fire test of the laser.
"It is more precise than a bullet," Wells told CNN. "It's not a niche weapon system like some other weapons that we have throughout the military where it's only good against air contacts, or it's only good against surface targets, or it's only good against, you know, ground-based targets -- in this case this is a very versatile weapon, it can be used against a variety of targets."
LaWS begins with an advantage no other weapon ever invented comes even close to matching. It moves, by definition, at the speed of light. For comparison, that is 50,000 times the speed of an incoming ICBM.
"It is throwing massive amounts of photons at an incoming object," said Lt. Cale Hughes, laser weapons system officer. "We don't worry about wind, we don't worry about range, we don't worry about anything else. We're able to engage the targets at the speed of light."
French police cancelled a concert by a Congolese singer on Saturday after violent protests around the venue by opponents of Democratic Republic of Congo president Joseph Kabila.
Paris's police service said they had called off the event after "unacceptable" overcrowding by demonstrators around the Olympia music venue ahead of a planned performance by Heritier Watanabe - who is viewed as being close to Kabila.
Three people were arrested after a car was set on fire on a street near the venue, according to a police statement.
Authorities had earlier banned protesters from gathering due to a "risk of upsetting public order."
A lawyer for the venue told AFP that they had asked police to call off the concert "due to the difficult political context in DR Congo".
Several Congolese artists, including Watanabe, are frequently accused by opponents of Kabila of being close to his regime, having sung on the trail of his 2006 and 2011 election campaigns.
Political violence gripped the giant, mineral-rich country after Kabila failed to step down after his mandate ended in December.
Under a transitional deal aimed at avoiding further unrest, he was allowed to remain in office pending elections.
Motorist Jaime Critchley claims she saw the alleged thief pull a bag off her victim and leave the scene pocketing more than £120
The woman, reportedly a model called Khulood, enraged the country's religious police after posting the clip on Snapchat of her walking around a historic fort in Ushayqir in the ultra-conservative province of Najd. Saudi Arabia's state-run TV reported that police in the capital, Riyadh, arrested the woman for wearing "immodest clothes" and referred her case to the country's public prosecutor. The footage sparked a heated debate on social media , with some calling for her arrest and others praising her "bravery". In Saudi Arabia women are required to wear loose fitting, full-length robes known as "abayas" in public, as well as a headscarf.
Apparently the German police in the city of Dresden have been ordered to remove all German flags from protesters after complaints were received by hordes of angry Muslim migrants that feel as if Germans are purposely antagonizing them by waving German flags and bragging about their citizenship.
Once again we see just how far the German government is willing to go in order to stop its natural born citizens from showing their own patriotism.
Listen to this black teacher repeatedly threatened her own students while labeling them racists over and over again simply because they responded to her constant bashing of Pres. Trump by putting up signs featuring President Trump with slogans such as "Obama your fired" as well as president Trump's agenda.
The gap toothed teacher was also made fun of due to her massive gap in the front of her teeth by her students, and her "Mexican" teacher friend also suggested her students were racist simply for putting up a wall made of paper at her doorway.
Perhaps of this teacher had decided to not use her classroom in order to promote her liberal agenda the students wouldn't have responded by putting up president Trump signs and pictures. However, when you openly admit that you don't even like the students are teaching you've already lost the battle and should subsequently be fired for bashing your students and labeling them as racist simply for putting up signs supporting the president of the country in which they live in.
I think you had enough, see you next fall.
Gregg Jarrett: This tells me that lawyers have gotten involved. Lawyers probably told her to clam up… Because she’s in legal jeopardy… At least one crime was committed here and likely many more.… I would imagine that once they determine who did it (unmasked) here they’re going to be indicted. Now is it going to be a member of the administration, it would have to be because they’re the only ones who had access, top administration officials, to the intelligence that actually does the collection.