Listen folks, something BIG is up in the ME.
ISIS is cutting off water supplies as fast as they are cutting of heads over there. Christian cities in their targets now.
Israel is pissed over the three teens recently murdered, but I suspect more than just Murder Most Foul here, I suspect a deep lying sense of doom in the Israelis. They see ISIS march through Iraq and Syria to them. And they appear to have reason to be scared.
I think they will cull the Palestinians now, and await the next shoe to drop.
‘Islamic State’ Limits Water Supply To Christian Towns In Northern Iraq
Before setting their sights on Israel, the “Islamic State” must first focus on everyone else under its sphere of control — other co-religionists who have not yet fallen in line with the “prophet” Mohammed’s vision of “pure” Islam, and all Christians who refuse to convert …
Revelation 13:16-18, “And it causes all, both small and great, both rich and poor, both free and slave, to be marked on the right hand or the forehead, so that no one can buy or sell unless he has the mark, that is, the name of the beast or the number of its name. This calls for wisdom: let the one who has understanding calculate [ψηφίζω – “reckon”] the number [ἀριθμός – “multitude” of people] of the beast, for it is the number [ἀριθμός – “multitude” of people] of a man, and his number [ἀριθμός – “multitude” of people] is [χξς – “In The Name of Allah” in Arabic].”
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AINA News – “The water purification plants in Mosul supply water for the city and surrounding areas. After taking control of Mosul on June 10, ISIS severely limited the water supply from al-Rashidiya and al-Slamiya water projects, which provide the Northern and Southern Nineveh Plain with potable water (AINA 2014-06-27, 2014-06-18). According to a report by the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, ISIS is allowing only about 90 minutes of pumping per day.
The Assyrian towns of Baghdede, Karemlis, Bartella, Tel Kepe, Batnaya and Bashiqah — home to nearly 200,000 Assyrians — face severe water shortages.
Residents have begun digging wells to secure water, but are limited by a lack of funding.