Gaza Marine Gas Field is actually two natural gas reservoirs located 30km (18.6 miles) off the coast of the Gaza Strip. They are also known as Gaza Marine One and Gaza Marine Two they are 603m (1978.3ft) below the surface of the Mediterranean Sea. These gas fields were discovered in 1999 when the Palestinian Authority allowed British Gas to survey the area for natural gas … Continue reading Let’s Talk About The Gaza Marine Gas Field
High above the Hudson River in downtown Jersey City, a former U.S. Secret Service agent named Peter Cavicchia III ran special ops for JPMorgan Chase & Co. His insider threat group—most large financial institutions have one—used computer algorithms to monitor the bank’s employees, ostensibly to protect against perfidious traders and other miscreants. Aided by as many as 120 “forward-deployed engineers” from the data mining company … Continue reading Palantir Knows Everything About You
Have you heard of Fancy Bear and Cozy Bear? Of course, you have. Everybody has. And we’ve heard time and again that these Russian groups are hacking us like there is no tomorrow. It’s like they invented the internet or live in the Matrix or something. Take the blue pill and look for the girl in the red dress. You get hooked up and all of … Continue reading Fancy Bear Exposed – Who are the people behind the hacking group?
On Monday, armed Kentucky State Police denied 400 participants in the Poor People’s Campaign entry into the State Capitol, including the Rev. Dr. William Barber, campaign co-chair. They were challenging the state’s first-in-the-nation work requirements for Medicaid recipients. The move by authorities to single out Poor People’s Campaign protesters and prevent them from entering the Capitol was widely panned by media across the state. “Kentucky … Continue reading Kentucky State Police denied 400 participants in the Poor People’s Campaign entry into the State Capitol
Some 300 thousand Palestinian citizens from different areas of Jerusalem and within the territories of 1948 and West Bank,pray the fourth Friday prayer “last” of the month of Ramadan, in the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Israeli occupation authorities did not eased entry of Palestinians to Jerusalem on Ramadan Fridays allowing only women of all ages and men above 40 years. Palestinians started reaching Israeli military checkpoints surrounding … Continue reading 300 thousand pray in Al-Aqsa Mosque on Ramadan’s fourth Friday
The Israeli government continued to enforce severe and discriminatory restrictions on Palestinians’ human rights; restrict the movement of people and goods into and out of the Gaza Strip; and facilitate the unlawful transfer of Israeli citizens to settlements in the occupied West Bank. Punitive measures were taken by the Palestinian Authority (PA) exacerbated the humanitarian crisis in Gaza caused by the closure enforced by Israel. … Continue reading Human Rights Watch’s full report on the Israeli-Palestine conflict (2017)
By Mohamed Mokhashef ADEN (Reuters) – The U.N. Yemen mediator is in talks with the Houthi movement to hand over control of Hodeidah port to the United Nations in an attempt to avert a possible assault on the city by a Saudi-led coalition, Yemeni political sources said. Martin Griffiths arrived in the Houthi-held capital Sanaa on Saturday as coalition-backed troops moved to within 10 km … Continue reading U.N. Yemen envoy in talks with Houthis to cede Hodeidah port