King warns against transgressions on Jerusalem’s holy sites

NEW YORK (TIP): King Abdullah II addressed the 67th of the United Nations General Assembly UNGA and emphasized the need to end the crisis in Syria, stop provocations against religions and bring about comprehensive peace in the Middle The King warned against any attempt to obliterate the Arab, Muslim and Christian identity of Jerusalem or attack Al-Aqsa Mosque, urging the international community to send a clear message that any transgression on Jerusalem’s holy sites will not be tolerated. The King also called for finding an end to the ongoing violence in Syria by starting a political transition there to stop the bloodshed and restore security and stability

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Pentagon chief vows ‘overwhelming’ response to any North Korea nuke use

WASHINGTON (TIP): Pentagon chief Ashton Carter on Oct 20 decried North Korea's latest missile test+ and again vowed an "overwhelming" response if Pyongyang were...
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