Sayyed Nasrallah: No More “Rules of Engagement” in Conflict with Israel

Sara Taha Moughnieh

Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah announced Friday that after the Quneitra operation Hezbollah was no longer concerned with the so-called “rules of engagement” with the Israeli enemy in any coming battle or assault, and clarified that the resistance will be responding to any violation in the time and place that it chose.

Hezbollah Secretary General put new rules for the confrontation with the Zionist enemy in a statement he delivered during a ceremony in honor of the brave martyrs who were killed in Quneitra Sunday, after he reassured that “the resistance in Lebanon is in its full preparation and readiness”.

Swedish City Bans Jews from Home Schooling their Children

A Jewish Swedish couple is left fighting for their right to educate their children according to their religious belief, as the international community marks International Holocaust Memorial Day Tuesday.

Rav Alexander and Leah Namdar, Chabad shluchim in Sweden, are standing trial in Gothenburg because they choose to homeschool their children to ensure they receive a traditional Jewish education, as well as protecting their physical safety, which is coming under ever-increasing threat from anti-Semitic behavior.

The Symbolism Is Gratuitous

Goodbye, America (in a photo)

The reader explains,

From small-town Midwest.  Recently married lesbian couple pose with their blended-family children.  The poor suspended pre-teen boy is certain to exact his revenge on women as he matures.

The boy is either going to grow into the world’s whiniest male feminist or the world’s most ruthless cassanova.

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Alan Shatter loses appeal against Mick Wallace data ruling

Former minister for justice Alan Shatter has lost his appeal against a decision by the Data Protection Commissioner that he breached data protection laws by disclosing information about Independent TD Mick Wallace on RTE’s Prime Time.

The commissioner found that Mr Shatter had failed to uphold his statutory duties under the Data Protection Act by disclosing during a televised interview in 2013 that Mr Wallace had been cautioned by gardaí for using a mobile phone while driving. Mr Shatter had appealed that decision to the Circuit Civil Court, arguing that the commissioner had pre-determined the matter before he made his finding.