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Clashes break out at massive pro-Palestinian rally in Toronto

A large pro-Palestine rally has been held in Toronto, Canada amid the escalation between Israel and Gaza. The gathering was met by a small pro-Israel group, and the two sides engaged in scuffles despite a massive police presence. The rally, organized by the Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM), was held in central Toronto on Saturday. The organizers urged the participants to show their support towards the Palestinian cause, condemning the past and ongoing “ethnic cleansing of Palestine.” Toronto.🇵🇸🇵🇸 pic.twitter.com/gRZbKo2qR4 — aisha🇵🇸 (@aishabagel) May 16, 2021 The protesters carried a large Palestinian flag and chanted “Free free Palestine, occupation is a...

A large pro-Palestine rally has been held in Toronto, Canada amid the escalation between Israel and Gaza. The gathering was met by a small pro-Israel group, and the two sides engaged in scuffles despite a massive police presence. The...

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Rally car comes INCHES from crashing into spectators in terrifying near miss in Russia

A rally race in Russia almost ended in tragedy as a car came close to colliding with spectators after crashing on entry to a bend and flipping over several times. The worrying scenes happened at the ‘Picnic’ rally in Russia’s northern Leningrad Region, where driver Oleg Lozinsky misjudged a turn at high speed. Already skidding as he approached a bend packed with spectators, Lozinsky’s VW Golf clipped the side of the slope before spinning violently into the air, narrowly missing the crowd of fans. Зрители ралли “Пикник”, проходившего под Питером в эти выходные, чудом избежали травм и увечий, когда экипаж...

A rally race in Russia almost ended in tragedy as a car came close to colliding with spectators after crashing on entry to a bend and flipping over several times. The worrying scenes happened at the ‘Picnic’ rally in...

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Canadian author Kennedy Hall: ‘We do have a very anti-life country’

By LifeSiteNews staff Hall talked to LifeSiteNews at yesterday’s National March for Life in Ottawa. (LifeSiteNews) — Canadian Catholic author Kennedy Hall told LifeSite’s John-Henry Westen at yesterday’s National March for Life in Ottawa that “it’s a sad time in Canada. It really is.” He said that “we do have a very anti-life country.” “However, in a weird way, because our country is sort of depressed, there’s also a lot of fertile ground for hopeful messages,” he added. Meanwhile, LifeSite’s Kenton Biffert talked to a number of participants present in Ottawa the National March for Life, asking them about...

By LifeSiteNews staff Hall talked to LifeSiteNews at yesterday’s National March for Life in Ottawa. (LifeSiteNews) — Canadian Catholic author Kennedy Hall told LifeSite’s John-Henry Westen at yesterday’s National March for Life in Ottawa that “it’s a sad time...

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Ontario judge orders police to lock church doors for ignoring COVID stay-at-home order, pastor fined

By Pete Baklinski  Follow Pete The judge said his ruling will set an example across the province about what happens to those who break controversial COVID-19 laws. LifeSiteNews has been permanently banned on YouTube. Click HERE to sign up to receive emails when we add to our video library. AYLMER, Ontario, May 14, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – An Ontario judge ordered today that the doors of a Christian church be locked for defying provincial lockdown rules and that the church, pastor, and assistant pastor be fined a total of $48,000 in penalties as well as pay $69,000 in legal fees....

By Pete Baklinski  Follow Pete The judge said his ruling will set an example across the province about what happens to those who break controversial COVID-19 laws. LifeSiteNews has been permanently banned on YouTube. Click HERE to sign up...

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Churchgoers fined nearly $75k for Sunday worship in Nova Scotia

By Celeste McGovern  Follow Celeste Testing is soaring and so cases are up; Walmart and Costco are packed, but going to church is a punishable offense. LifeSiteNews has been permanently banned on YouTube. Click HERE to sign up to receive emails when we add to our video library. WESTON, Nova Scotia, May 14, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – More than two dozen adults who showed up Sunday morning to worship at a tiny parish in rural Annapolis Valley received fines totaling nearly $75,000. RCMP ticketed 26 people $2,422 each and fined Weston Christian Fellowship Church $11,622.50 for violating rules in the second lockdown that...

By Celeste McGovern  Follow Celeste Testing is soaring and so cases are up; Walmart and Costco are packed, but going to church is a punishable offense. LifeSiteNews has been permanently banned on YouTube. Click HERE to sign up to...

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Arsonists Attempt to Burn Down Brave Pastor Artur Pawlowski’s Home in Canada

By Jim Hoft Last Saturday, Artur Pawlowski, the Pastor of the Cave of Adullam Church in Calgary, Alberta, Canada was swarmed by police and arrested after holding an “illegal” church service on Saturday. You may remember Pawlowski as the brave pastor who shouted down police officers who interrupted his church service during Holy Week. Now this… On Sunday morning Pastor Artur Pawlowski reported that someone tried to burn his house down on Saturday night. full story and video at https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/05/video-arsonists-attempt-burn-brave-pastor-artur-pawlowskis-home-canada/

By Jim Hoft Last Saturday, Artur Pawlowski, the Pastor of the Cave of Adullam Church in Calgary, Alberta, Canada was swarmed by police and arrested after holding an “illegal” church service on Saturday. You may remember Pawlowski as the...

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Chinese Military Scientist Suspected of Involvement in COVID-19 Creation Elected to American Academy of Microbiology

By Joe Hoft Guest post by Lawrence Sellin, Ph.D. Chinese military scientist suspected of involvement in COVID-19 creation elected to American Academy of Microbiology Adding global insult to injury, in February 2021, Shibo Jiang was elected to the American Academy of Microbiology. Shibo Jiang, now Professor and Director, Institute of Medical Microbiology at China’s Fudan University in Shanghai, obtained his MS and MD degrees from the First and the Fourth Medical University of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). TRENDING: Windham Recount Update: Vast Difference in Audit Totals Between GOP and Dem Candidates Is Enough Evidence to Scrap the Voting...

By Joe Hoft Guest post by Lawrence Sellin, Ph.D. Chinese military scientist suspected of involvement in COVID-19 creation elected to American Academy of Microbiology Adding global insult to injury, in February 2021, Shibo Jiang was elected to the American...

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FBI releases documents on Seth Rich’s murder

Source: intellihub.news When DNC staffer Seth Rich was murdered in 2018, the mainstream press reported that his death might have stemmed from a botched robbery in which nothing was taken, but the newly released FBI files on Rich allude to something different. According to the FBI files, top officials from the Department of Justice met to discuss why Rich may have been gunned down in front of his D.C. home while walking back from a local bar intoxicated. The files suggest that someone may have paid for Rich’s murder, even though the mainline press denied any allegations of such a...

Source: intellihub.news When DNC staffer Seth Rich was murdered in 2018, the mainstream press reported that his death might have stemmed from a botched robbery in which nothing was taken, but the newly released FBI files on Rich allude...

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Authoritarian Tyranny in Canada Continues

As Coronavirus restrictions continue to ease in some parts of the United States, many other counties in the world continue to grow more oppressive. A man in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada learned this the hard way. At around 6:30 pm on Monday, May 10th, members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) conducted a traffic stop on a car they claimed was speeding. The license plate of the car indicated the driver resided in a different Canadian province. The driver explained to police that he was from Halifax, and came to Cape Breton to hike the Skyline Trail, located...

As Coronavirus restrictions continue to ease in some parts of the United States, many other counties in the world continue to grow more oppressive. A man in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada learned this the hard way. At around 6:30...

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