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NGO tweets picture of Jews at Kotel as “Palestinian Christians and Muslims unite against Trump”

Source: – Friday, December 15, 2017
The "Institute of Middle East Understanding," which claims to be an independent organization meant to provide accurate information about the Middle East to journalists,   published this tweet: Of course, this is a photo of Jews flocking to the Kotel this past Sukkot. The Reuters article referenced indeed had that photo as a slideshow of different aspects of Jerusalem, but only the IMEU implied that this photo shows actual protests. The IMEU's Twitter feed is filled with anti-Israel vitriol and lies. One can only wonder at how many lazy journalists rely on this organization to poison their minds in order to avoid doing any research of their own. (h/t Arnold R) We have lots of ideas, but we need more resources to be even more effective. Please donate today to help get the message out and to help defend Israel.

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Obama: U.S. will lead global fight against Ebola

In a 15-minute address Tuesday, President Obama said the U.S. has elevated the fight against Ebola to a “national security priority,” and he outlined steps the nation will take in leading a global campaign to fight the lethal virus.

Speaking at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, after meeting with officials there, the president said the effort would be the largest in the CDC’s history.

He called on Congress to authorize $ 88 million in funding for the endeavor, which would involve the deployment of 3,000 military troops to West Africa, where, he said, “Ebola is now an epidemic of the likes that we have not seen before. It’s spiraling out of control, it is getting worse, it’s spreading faster and exponentially.”

The Pentagon reportedly seeks to re-channel $ 500 million in unused funding to support the effort.

Speaking somberly, the president offer chilling numbers: “Thousands of people in West Africa are infected; that number could rapidly grow to tens of thousands. And if the outbreak is not stopped now, we could be looking at hundreds of thousands of people infected.” Those figures echo statements from the World Health Organization and the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations.

Obama did offer a hopeful outlook: “The world knows how to fight this disease. … If we take the proper steps, we can save lives. But we have to act fast; we can’t dawdle on this one.”

The expansive effort will include a regional military command center in Liberia to oversee and support civilian medical efforts, including training for thousands of health care workers to deal with patients and the disease itself. Supplies and information kits will be distributed to families in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea (the hardest-hit countries) to help them stave off infection.

The U.S. also will chair a meeting of the U.N. Security Council to coordinate global efforts and plan for future contingencies.

Closer to home, Obama said, “Chances of an Ebola outbreak here in the U.S. are extremely low.” Still the government and medical specialists are exploring an array of measures to become even better prepared to fight infections, should they arise here.