Archive: June 2019

Jun. 01

Olmert to present Abbas with peace ‘framework’ Monday

Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert plans to present Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas with a ‘framework’ agreement to ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, according to a report in a Saudi newspaper.

Jun. 01

Blair unfazed by Mideast peace obstacles

Jun. 01

AoC project: Youth employment summit

Jun. 01

Is Ireland on the brink of rejecting EU treaty?

Jun. 01

Israel’s embattled Olmert heads to the United States

Jun. 02

Olmert, Abbas make progress on permanent borders

Jun. 02

EU accused of ‘step back’ in transparency

Jun. 02

Syria’s Assad wants United States to sponsor Israel peace talks

Jun. 02

At Ammunition Hill, Peres, Olmert pledge unity and peace for Jerusalem

Jun. 02

UN’s Ban says Israel building plans violate international law

Jun. 02

Olmert seeks to reassure Abbas on peace talks

Jun. 03

France readies for ‘heaviest Presidency in EU history’

France will take the helm of the European Union July 1, at a pivotal point in the Union’s history — the end of the Lisbon Treaty’s ratification process. During its six-month presidency, France’s agenda will include beefing up the EU military and leading the selection of a new European Council president and foreign policy chief.

Jun. 03

Israel must quit all Syrian land for peace — Assad

Jun. 03

Israel-Hamas truce decision due on Sunday

Jun. 03

Rice vows to pursue Israeli-Palestinian peace accord despite difficulties

Jun. 03

EU-wide ID card scheme could use mobile phones

Jun. 03

Nato chief seeks ‘broader’ relationship with EU

Jun. 03

Israel to become senior European partner by end of year

Jun. 03

Tony Blair’s bid to be a faith leader

Jun. 04

Obama said he will push for Israeli-Palestinian peace deal if elected

U.S. Democratic presumptive nominee Barack Obama said that if he is elected president in November, he will push for peace between the Israelis and Palestinians. Ancient Bible prophecies foretell a temporary peace for Israel before the nation is betrayed by the Antichrist.

Jun. 04

EU’s Solana plays down hopes of Iran breakthrough

Jun. 04

EU foreign policy expected to enter ‘new era’

Jun. 04

Peace by end of ’08 will take a ‘miracle’

Jun. 04

Iran, Mideast peace top Bush-Olmert agenda

Jun. 04

McCain tells American Jews: Obama is dangerous to Israel

Jun. 05

Tony Blair: The ‘Al Gore’ of the interfaith movement

Newsweek blogger Eboo Patel says what the world needs is a global interfaith leader — and he thinks Tony Blair is the man for the job. Revelation 13 foretells the rise of such a world religious leader called the ‘false prophet.’

Jun. 05

Reports: Impact of the Lisbon Treaty on the EU’s security and defense policies

Jun. 05

New Irish survey puts EU treaty opponents ahead

Jun. 05

Blair: Bush still has time to make peace deal

Jun. 05

‘Palestine is ready for historic peace process’

Jun. 05

Next president will shape Middle East

Jun. 05

Obama clarifies ‘united Jerusalem’ comment

Jun. 05

Secret plan to keep Iraq under U.S. control

Jun. 06

Web site lets you send post-rapture e-mails to friends ‘Left Behind’

For $40 a year, a new Web site offers to send e-mails to your friends who miss the rapture, letting them know where you’ve gone. Question: Will they refund money when the tribulation begins and Christians are still here?

Jun. 06

Egypt deploys hundreds of policemen on Gaza border

Jun. 06

Israel, PA look at Gaza crossing options

Jun. 06

Rice travels next week to Israel, West Bank

Jun. 06

Arab League to hold extraordinary meeting on Israel’s settlement policy

Jun. 06

Ireland likely to reject EU treaty

Jun. 08

Solana pushes for EU military HQ in Brussels

French president Nicolas Sarkozy plans to create an EU military headquarters when France assumes the EU presidency. “ ‘[Javier] Solana thinks we need a more permanent structure in Brussels. There’s no doubt about that. The big problem is the Brits,’ said an EU foreign policy official.”

Jun. 08

Abbas to discuss cease-fire, Hamas-Fatah talks with Mubarak

Jun. 08

Gaza op likely before Jerusalem signs truce

Jun. 08

U.S. proposes trilateral talks with Israel, P.A.

Jun. 08

‘Next [Israeli] government won’t recognize document’

Jun. 08

Israelis, Palestinians agree to work on peace pact

Jun. 09

EU holds breath ahead of Irish treaty referendum

The future of the European Union is in the hands of the Irish this Thursday, June 12, when voters will decide the fate of the Lisbon Treaty. Polls show the “Yes” and “No” camps are running neck and neck.

Jun. 09

Report: China funds campaign to eliminate house churches

Jun. 09

New York Fed chief urges global bank framework

Jun. 09

Arab countries complicate Med Union plan

Jun. 09

McCain: U.S. embassy should be in Jerusalem

Jun. 09

Israel-Syria talks to resume this week

Jun. 09

EU treaty: British court battle begins

Jun. 09

David Miliband ‘misled MPs over EU embassies’

Jun. 10

France warns Ireland on EU treaty ‘No’ vote

French foreign minister Bernard Kouchner warned Ireland that a “No” vote on the Lisbon treaty would have negative repercussions for Ireland. He said that even if the Irish reject the treaty, France will continue to implement it during its six-month rotating presidency.

Jun. 10

Jordan archaeologists unearth ‘world’s first church’

Jun. 10

Interview: Two Christians say it’s better not to be emergent

Jun. 10

Syrian official: Israel-Syria talks still far away

Jun. 10

Israeli ministers favor wide-scale Gaza op

Jun. 10

Bush: Whoever succeeds me will understand the importance of the EU

Jun. 11

Irish brace for knife-edge vote on European Union’s Lisbon Treaty

Ireland braced itself Wednesday, on the eve of a public referendum that will determine the fate of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty. Results will be declared Friday.

Jun. 11

EU’s Solana to visit Iran on Saturday and Sunday

Jun. 11

U.S. and Europe back in step again

Jun. 11

Israeli security cabinet nixes Gaza op for now

Jun. 11

China, EU pledge to deepen ties

Jun. 11

Finnish and Estonian parliaments ratify EU treaty

Jun. 11

Irish ‘no’ camp says Paris hiding plans for EU defence

Jun. 11

Israeli prime minister authorizes leadership contest to replace him

Jun. 12

French to block porn, terror, hate Web sites

Jun. 12

EU diplomats: We’re not ready for a major upgrade of Israel ties

Jun. 12

Israel still seeks Hamas truce after 50 projectiles pound Negev

Jun. 12

Fayad: No peace deal possible in 2008

Jun. 12

Olmert: I must consider ramifications of resignation

Jun. 12

Ireland’s EU treaty referendum too close to call

Jun. 13

Shot down: Irish voters reject EU treaty

Irish voters have rejected the Lisbon Treaty, according to the country’s justice minister, Dermot Ahern. “This triggers a political crisis in Europe that requires strong leadership in Ireland, in Brussels and elsewhere in Europe,” said Antonio Missiroli, of the European Policy Centre.

Jun. 13

The EU’s options should Ireland reject the Lisbon Treaty

Jun. 13

EU’s Solana arrives in Tehran for nuclear talks

Jun. 13

EU backs Israel upgrade, but differs on peace link

Jun. 13

Irish ‘No’ clears the EU’s agenda for crunch summit

Jun. 13

EU crisis over Irish ‘no’ vote to rattle French presidency: analysts

Jun. 13

Brussels calls for Lisbon treaty ratification to continue

Jun. 13

Irish PM fails to rule out second Lisbon referendum

Jun. 15

EU ministers meet after Irish treaty shock

EU foreign ministers will meet Monday in Luxembourg to find a way to salvage the Lisbon Treaty, which suffered a major defeat when it was rejected by Irish voters. They will also pressure Britain and the Czech Republic to ratify the treaty.

Jun. 15

Indirect peace talks between Israel, Syria resume

Jun. 15

Rice says will deepen involvement in Middle East peace talks

Jun. 15

Rice scolds Israel over settlements

Jun. 15

Officials: Gaza truce likely this week

Jun. 15

Iran rejects Solana’s new offer on uranium

Jun. 16

Israel wins EU upgrade — over Palestinian, Egyptian objections

Based on its fulfillment of its ENP obligations, Israel was awarded significantly upgraded relations with the EU, Monday, signaling a “new era in Israeli-European relations.” According to Bible prophecy, the revived Roman Empire (EU) and Israel will share a deepening relationship that will end abruptly when the Antichrist betrays Israel (Daniel 9:27).

Jun. 16

Dublin sees ‘no obvious solution’ to EU treaty rejection

Jun. 16

Sarkozy seeks warships for European fleet

Jun. 16

2nd round of Israeli-Syrian talks ends

Jun. 16

Solana’s ‘charm offensive’ in Iran

Jun. 16

EU ‘ready to move further’ on stronger sanctions against Iran, Solana spokeswoman says

Jun. 18

Europe’s century

“Despite the Irish no vote, the EU’s destiny is to lead the world on security, trade and climate change,” according to a Guardian article.

Jun. 18

Syria: Peace with Israel will be ‘bliss’

Jun. 18

‘Israel-Syria direct talks not far away’

Jun. 18

Israel-Hamas truce begins but duration in doubt

Jun. 18

Solana and Bush’s mixed messages to Iran

Jun. 18

EU MEPs in passionate war of words over Irish No

Jun. 18

European defence remains a French priority, says Sarkozy

Jun. 18

UK ratifies Lisbon Treaty

Jun. 19

Members of Mideast Quartet to meet in Berlin next week

Jun. 19

EU summit to brainstorm over reform treaty

Jun. 19

Ireland to get until October to find solution to EU treaty impasse

Jun. 19

Pope prays for Middle East peace

Jun. 19

Israel’s EU upgrade (note reference to Euro-Med Partnership)

Jun. 19

Solana hopes Israel-Hamas truce will hold

Jun. 19

EU’s Solana — no reply yet from Iran on incentives

Jun. 19

Solana hopes Israel-Hamas truce will hold

Jun. 20

UK halts EU treaty ratification

Jun. 21

Czechs pose new threat to troubled EU treaty

Jun. 21

Olmert hails peace talks progress

Jun. 21

King Abdullah: Failure of peace process largest regional threat

Jun. 21

Japan to host Mideast peace talks in July

Jun. 21

Hamas spokesman voices rare optimism regarding Gaza truce

Jun. 21

Israel’s peace efforts widen

Jun. 21

Sarkozy as Mideast peace broker?

Jun. 22

Olmert: Era of mass aliya is at an end

Jun. 22

Iran says examining timetable for nuclear talks

Jun. 23

Ireland likely to hold second referendum

Jun. 23

Doubts emerging over Poland’s Lisbon ratification

Jun. 23

EU nations agree to new sanctions against Iran

Jun. 23

Solana visits Berlin for conference in support of Palestinian Civil Security

Jun. 23

‘Olmert says peace document likely this year’

Jun. 23

Sarkozy says Israel security depends on talks with Palestinians

Jun. 24

Mideast Quartet urges progress on peace deal

Members of the Mideast Quartet met in Berlin, Tuesday, where they urged the Israelis and Palestinians to reach an agreement by the end of 2008 on the creation of a Palestinian state.

Jun. 24

Europe has ‘powerful enemies’ in U.S., says French Europe minister

Jun. 24

Rockets fired at Israel from Gaza shake truce

Jun. 24

Abbas calls for more active European role in Mideast peace process

Jun. 24

Solana’s statement on Palestinian security conference

Jun. 24

Berlin’s Palestinian conference: Baby steps toward lasting peace

Jun. 25

Israeli politicians avert early elections

Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert has at least three more months in office to pursue a peace deal with the Palestinians, after a last-minute agreement was made in the Parliament Wednesday.

Jun. 25

Messianics to protest ‘discrimination’

Jun. 25

U.K. high court rejects bid to block EU treaty

Jun. 25

A coalition of the willing has to bring Europe back on track

Jun. 25

EU to keep pressure on Iran: Solana

Jun. 25

EU wants to be ‘catalyzer’ in climate change talk: Solana

Jun. 25

EU looks to closer ties with Russia under Medvedev: Solana

Jun. 25

Statement by Solana before the Conference on Disarmament

Jun. 26

Plans for Mideast peace summit in Moscow

“The Quartet of Middle East peacemakers decided this week to pursue the organization of a regional conference in Moscow in November … to provide the stage either for the signing of an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement or, in a much more likely scenario, a joint statement on the course of negotiations planned for 2009.”

Jun. 26

Conference asks: Is religion good for peace?

Jun. 26

Livni: Truce violations warrant immediate military response

Jun. 26

Spain approves EU’s Lisbon treaty

Jun. 26

Solana: Ireland’s rejection of EU treaty has “no direct effects” on functioning of the EU

Jun. 27

Erekat: Six months to peace deal

The Palestinian Authority’s top negotiator, Saeb Erekat, says time is running out for the Israelis and Palestinians to reach a peace deal, but he believes the core issues can be resolved. ‘Israeli and Palestinian leaders who reach an agreement will be more important to region’s history than Jesus,’ he said.

Jun. 27

Solana: EU to have leading role in Kosovo

Jun. 27

Austria’s left wants referendum if EU treaty modified

Jun. 27

Hamas prime minister calls on all Palestinian factions to honor cease-fire

Jun. 27

Sarkozy hits Israel where it hurts

Jun. 27

Blair: Mideast peace process must move faster

Jun. 28

Obama plans to visit Europe, Mideast this summer

Jun. 28

U.S. and EU near deal on sharing data

Jun. 29

Religious groups gaining higher profile at UN

Jun. 30

Supermarket of the future

A BBC news video shows how a German supermarket allows customers to use their mobile phones to scan and ring up their purchases. Revelation 13:16-17 says that, in the last days, no one will be able to buy or sell without receiving a mark of the Antichrist on their right hand or forehead. Emerging technologies show how such a scenario may soon be possible.

Jun. 30

Israel-Syria talks to resume Tuesday

Jun. 30

Little progress made in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations

Jun. 30

Czech government blesses EU treaty

Jun. 30

Iran aims missiles at Israel

Jun. 30

Shadow of war looms as Israel flexes its muscle

Jun. 01

‘Halting W. Bank growth unreasonable’

Jun. 01

‘Obama wants ME breakthrough in 2 years’

Jun. 01

Israeli officials: Washington never threatened punitive steps

Jun. 01

Candidly Speaking: Ugly vibes from Europe

“A series of European countries hostile to Israel, starting with Sweden, are about to assume leadership of the EU when the Czechs retire at the end of the month.”

Jun. 02

Obama joins Barak meeting as settlement row gets worse

“With the public spat between Jerusalem and Washington over construction in the settlements intensifying daily, US President Barack Obama dropped in unannounced on Defense Minister Ehud Barak while he was meeting National Security Adviser James Jones in the White House on Tuesday.”

Jun. 02

Likud: US meddling in Israeli politics

Jun. 02

PA optimistic about hard-line US stance

Jun. 03

Israelis growing increasingly anxious about Obama policies

Israelis fear they are losing America’s support.

Jun. 04

Obama says Israel must recognize Palestine, stop expanding settlements

“‘The United States does not accept the legitimacy of continued Israeli settlements’ on the West Bank and outskirts of Jerusalem, he said. ‘It is time for these settlements to stop.’”

Jun. 07

Netanyahu plans major policy address on road to peace

Will Netanyahu cave to pressure to stop expanding Israeli settlements?

Jun. 07

Talks hang on Netanyahu accepting 2 states

Jun. 07

Saudi urges Obama to impose Mideast solution – paper

Jun. 07

With E.U. and U.S. united, Israel is bound to budge

Jun. 07

Solana’s response to Obama’s speech in Cairo (pdf)

Jun. 07

EU’s Solana heartened by Obama’s Mideast speech

Jun. 08

Mitchell seeks to ease tensions over settlements

“US Mideast envoy George Mitchell’s first endeavor upon landing in Israel Monday night was to try and lower the volume in the US dispute with Israel over settlement construction.”

Jun. 08

Netanyahu updates Obama on plans to deliver diplomatic speech

Jun. 08

Solana on ‘Conflict prevention in the multi-media age’ (pdf)

Jun. 08

Obama commends the Alliance of Civilizations

Jun. 10

Solana begins five-day visit to Mideast

Jun. 10

‘Adapting to a New World Order’ conference draws global heavyweights

Leaders of the global economy are meeting this week in Montreal, Canada, to seek better ways of ‘Adapting to a New World Order.’

Jun. 10

Brussels outlines justice priorities for next 5 years

Jun. 10

Europe votes

Jun. 10

Mitchell pushes for prompt peace talks

Jun. 10

EU should play key role in US negotiations with Iran, experts say

Jun. 11

Must-see video: Out of Egypt

Pastor Bill Randles shows how Obama’s speech in Cairo marked a watershed moment in American history — the first time America turned its back on Israel.

Jun. 11

Israel PM told to keep silent on ‘Palestinian state’

Jun. 11

Solana sees chance for re-launching the Middle East Peace Process during his visit to the region

Jun. 12

Netanyahu may yield to two-state solution after pressure from Obama

Jun. 12

Solana awaits Netanyahu’s key policy speech

EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana said he expects Benjamin Netanyahu to make a clear commitment to a two-state solution and a commitment to stop expanding settlements when he delivers his much-anticipated speech on Sunday.

Jun. 13

Solana holds first ever meeting with Hezbollah MP

Jun. 14

Israel PM defies world leaders, won’t stop settlement growth

Benjamin Netanyahu said — during his highly anticipated speech on Sunday — that Israel would recognize a demilitarized Palestinian state, but would not stop expanding settlements in the West Bank.

Jun. 14

Carter warns US and Israel on collision course

Jun. 14

Full text of Binyamin Netanyahu’s Bar Ilan speech

Jun. 14

PA: Netanyahu has buried peace process

Jun. 15

EU close to deal on Irish Lisbon guarantees

Jun. 15

EU says Netanyahu’s speech wasn’t enough

“European Union foreign ministers welcomed Monday the Israeli prime minister’s conditional endorsement of a future Palestinian state, but said it was not enough to raise EU-Israel ties to a higher level.”

Jun. 16

EU-Israel meeting ends with no progress on ‘upgrade’

Jun. 17

Pre-Wrathers to gather in July

The 2nd Annual Pre-Wrath Conference, sponsored by Prewrath Rapture Dot Com, will be held July 16-18 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

Jun. 17

Council of the EU conclusions on Middle East Peace Process

Jun. 17

Israel stunned by Solana meet with Hizbullah official

Jun. 18

‘6% see US administration as pro-Israel’

Jun. 18

Blair: ME peace possible ‘within a year’

Jun. 18

Mitchell hints of possible accord on Mideast peace talks within weeks

Jun. 18

A mere 6% of Israelis see Obama as pro-Israel

Just 6 percent of Jewish Israelis see the Obama administration as pro-Israel — plummeting from 31 percent a month ago.

Jun. 21

Irish PM hails ‘successful’ EU summit result

“Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen has hailed as ‘entirely successful’ the outcome of an EU summit in which a text designed to make the Lisbon Treaty more palatable to the Irish people was agreed.”

Jun. 22

Can Third Temple be built without destroying Dome of the Rock?

“A new Jewish interfaith initiative launched last week argues building the Third Jewish Temple in Jerusalem would not necessitate the destruction of the Dome of the Rock.”

Jun. 22

Netanyahu makes 1st Europe trip as PM

Jun. 22

US insists settlement freeze demand includes east Jerusalem

Jun. 22

Solana lecture on “the new shaping of the world”

Jun. 23

Solana backs Felipe González for EU president job

EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana endorsed fellow Spaniard Felipe Gonzalez for the EU’s first permanent president — should the Lisbon Treaty enter into force by the end of 2009.

Jun. 23

Netanyahu: J’lem, US working on settlement deal

Jun. 23

Moscow: All parties agree to ME parley

Jun. 23

Solana condemns violence in Iran

Jun. 23

No ‘Big Bang’ for EU foreign service, says Solana

Jun. 24

Klaus pledges to be last to sign the Lisbon Treaty

Jun. 25

‘US, J’lem had agreement on settlements’

Jun. 28

Pressure builds to put Jerusalem under international control

According to Revelation 11:2, Jerusalem will be “tread under foot” by the nations for three and a half years. Will we soon see this prophecy fulfilled?

Jun. 28

Solana interview with Al-Ahram

Jun. 28

Blair: Peace within reach if Israel compromises

Jun. 28

Arabs back on board for Mediterranean Union

Jun. 28

Quartet statement (June 26, 2009)

Jun. 28

G8, Quartet target renewed Middle East peace talks

Jun. 30

Top German court approves Lisbon Treaty but delays ratification

Jun. 30

Sweden takes over EU presidency

Jun. 30

Israel ‘fed up’ with US settlement demands

Jun. 30

Barak tries to move US focus off settlements

Jun. 01

Vatican calls Israel occupation ‘injustice’

Jun. 01

U.N. calls for probe of activists’ deaths

Jun. 01

Solana to attend EU-NATO seminar

Jun. 01

U.S. hegemony in Middle East is ending

Jun. 01

Don’t Bet on the EU’s Demise

Newsweek writer Andrew Moravcsik says the European Union isn’t going anywhere — despite what its critics say. It sounds like he’s been reading the Bible, which says that the EU will be the final world empire.

Jun. 02

Obama abandons Israel to UN feeding frenzy

Jun. 02

Solana delivers opening address at EU-NATO seminar

Jun. 02

AoC president calls Israel’s action an ‘act of extremism’ (PDF)

Jun. 03

White House: Flotilla incident must not reoccur

Jun. 03

Obama: Israeli raid on aid flotilla was ‘tragic’

Jun. 03

Most Christians cannot explain their faith, says apologist

“The faith of most Christians, even that of many pastors, will not stand up to intellectual scrutiny, according to renowned apologist Josh McDowell.”

Jun. 06

EU ponders creation of new diplomatic breed

Jun. 06

Outcomes of AoC Forum in Rio

Jun. 06

AoC recognizes nine interfaith organizations

Jun. 07

EU diplomatic service may be ready in December

Jun. 07

No holds barred: Open season on the Jewish state

Jun. 07

Details emerge on new EU-Russia committee

“Some EU governments have given a cautious welcome to proposals for a new EU-Russia security committee, as more details emerge about the surprise initiative.”

Jun. 08

Analysis: U.N. rebukes of Israel permitted in U.S. policy shift

Jun. 08

Russia, Turkey and Iran meet, posing test for U.S.

Jun. 08

Pope Benedict renews call for int’l efforts in Middle East

“Pope Benedict XVI reiterated Sunday his call for an ‘urgent and concerted’ international effort to resolve the ongoing tensions in the Middle East before the conflicts there lead to greater bloodshed.”

Jun. 09

Obama: Gaza situation unsustainable

Jun. 09

Gaza: Hamas says Yes to EU land and sea inspections

“Hamas said today that it is in favour of a reintroduction of EU inspections at the land border crossing of Rafah, between Egypt and the Gaza Strip, and the presence of EU ships off the coast of the Gaza Strip to inspect ships headed towards Gaza, ‘so long as Israel does not interfere.’”

Jun. 10

Abbas: ‘Nobody denies Jewish history here’

Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas seeks ‘end of conflict’ with land swaps, okays NATO presence.

Jun. 10

EU seeks to open sea route to Gaza

Jun. 10

Protestant seminary joins hands with Jewish, Muslim schools

Jun. 11

Weekly Standard: Obama administration to support anti-Israel resolution at UN next week

Yet Obama administration denies the Weekly Standard report. See more here.

Jun. 11

Methodist seminary is ‘abdicating’ Christianity, says theologian

Jun. 11

Ashton in last ditch attempt to get diplomatic service agreed next week

Jun. 11

Solana appointed to Spanish group of the Trilateral Commission (English translation of Spanish article)

Jun. 11

Spanish proposal for Gaza to be presented Monday, June 14th

Jun. 13

Obama administration irked at Israel over pace of flotilla investigation

Jun. 13

EU relevancy, Iran sanctions and global stability

Jun. 13

Spanish proposal for Gaza to be presented to EU leaders on Monday

“Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero told Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas Saturday his country wants a ‘strong, joint EU position on the siege on Gaza and the humanitarian situation there.’”

Jun. 14

EU expected to back Israel’s flotilla probe plan

Jun. 14

EU instrument for spying on ‘radicals’ causes outrage

“Civil rights watchdogs and MEPs have attacked new EU plans to gather data on people who voice or share ‘radical messages’ in a bid to pre-empt terrorist attacks.”

Jun. 14

EU ministers: ‘End Gaza blockade’

Jun. 14

EU military exercise 2010 to be conducted in late June

Jun. 14

Netanyahu warns: Dark days ahead

Jun. 15

Javier Solana applauds Obama’s national strategy

“In the face of the major challenges of our times, Mr. Obama has taken a stand with a comprehensive doctrine that goes beyond the dominant, unilateral paradigm and includes a defence of international law.”

Jun. 15

EU stays quiet on Gaza flotilla enquiry

Jun. 15

First national-religious World Zionist Organization chairman

Jun. 16

Israeli government delays Gaza blockade decision

Jun. 17

Growing Israeli interest in Yeshua (Jesus)

Jun. 17

EU may send naval mission towards Gaza: Ashton

Jun. 19

Medvedev sees chance for new world order

Jun. 22

Solana considered for Spanish cabinet

Jun. 22

Details emerge on final set-up of EU diplomatic corps

“To be on its feet by 1 December, the corps is supposed to give impetus to the EU’s often incoherent foreign policy by bringing all its different aspects – external relations, military, civil and development – under one roof.”

Jun. 26

4 in 10 Americans expect Jesus to return by 2050

Jun. 27

Israel-US relations rocked by ‘tectonic rift’

“Relations between Israel and its staunchest ally, the US, have suffered a ‘tectonic rift,’ according to Israel’s ambassador to Washington.”

Jun. 27

Israel’s border police brace for West Bank violence

Jun. 27

Ashton to command US-type situation room

“You see it in the movies: fighting has broken out somewhere in the former Soviet Union, the US president walks into his situation room, monitors are showing satellite images, security advisors are shouting at each other, the president is given a briefing note and sends an agent to gather intelligence. Now, the EU’s foreign relations chief, Catherine Ashton, is to get a situation room of her own.”

Jun. 27

White House preparing national online ID plan

“The Obama administration is set to propose a new system for authenticating people, organizations and infrastructure on the Web. The online authentication and identity management system would be targeted at the transactional level — for example, when someone logs into their banking website or completes an online e-commerce purchase.”

Jun. 28

Supreme Court: Christian group can’t bar gays, get school funding

Jun. 29

National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace

The White House has released a draft document of its new plan to create “trusted digital identities” for organizations and individuals to conduct business over the Internet.

Jun. 09

Rich, famous and powerful converge at Bilderberg

Jun. 21

Obama warns of new US tactical spats with Israel