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ISIS Sell Human Organs To Survive After Losing Funding Sources

Nineveh – A local source in Nineveh province informed Iraqi News that the ISIS stole around 23 human organs of its members and the injured in the hospitals of the province for the purpose of trafficking, after losing many of its funding sources, especially oil fields. Sharing details the source said, “Special medical unit of the organization proceeded to steal human organs for about 23 ISIS militants of those who slept in the hospitals of Nineveh,” noting that “what has been stolen from those members included the kidneys, intestines and more; they were transferred under tight control to affiliated hospital on the outskirts of the city. ” Source:

Jordan writer in blasphemy case Nahid Hattar killed

A Jordanian writer charged with offending Islam after allegedly sharing a satirical cartoon on his Facebook page has been killed. Nahid Hattar was hit by three bullets outside the court in the capital Amman where he was standing trial. Police have arrested the suspected shooter, Riad Abdullah. Jordanian media said he was local imam who had been upset by the cartoon. But security sources told the Jordan Times he was a known extremist. A witness told the Associate Press news agency that Mr Abdullah had a long beard and was wearing a long robe, common among conservative Muslims. Nahid Hattar was detained in August for 15 days on charges of insulting God after he published a cartoon depicting a bearded man lying in bed with two women and smoking, asking God to bring him a drink. Mr Hattar was born a Christian, but considered himself an atheist. He was attacked on social media for being anti-Islam. He said he had not meant to cause offence and wanted to expose radical Islamists' view …

Academicians Calls For The Removal of Gandhi's Statute

Accra: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi has long been admired around the globe for the role he played in India’s independence movement. But this month in Ghana — a West African nation that also was once a colonial subject — a group of academics have called to pull down a statue of Gandhi that was recently installed on the grounds of the country’s premier university. Their argument? The academics say that Gandhi, a leader best known for his promotion of non-violent tactics and anti-colonialism, held shockingly racist views about Africans. That argument has gained widespread attention in recent days. In a little over a week, almost 1,000 people have signed an online petition that calls for the statue’s removal. The petition, written by five members of the faculty at the University of Ghana in Accra, points toward several writings of the Indian leader in which he described Africans as “savages” and made other insults. “How will the historian teach and explain that Gandhi was uncharitable in h…

New Nigerian Navy OPV on Its Way From China

NNS Unity, the Nigerian Navy’s second and final P18N offshore patrol vessel (OPV), has departed China and is scheduled to arrive in Nigeria at the beginning of November. NNS Unity departed China on 21 September, according to the Nigerian Navy, and will make numerous port calls to friendly nations on the way home. She was handed over in a departure ceremony attended by Naval Chief of Policy and Plans Rear Admiral Jacob Ajani. Ajani said NNS Unity would assist Nigeria in combating maritime crime in the Gulf of Guinea and would make the Nigerian Navy more effective at responding to maritime challenges in the country’s waters. Delivery of NNS Unity was delayed, with its arrival originally scheduled for the end of last year. The first P18N, NNS Centenary, built by China Shipbuilding and Offshore International Company (CSOC), arrived in Nigeria on 6 February 2015. In April this year Defence Minister Mansur Mohammed Dan Ali had visited CSOC in China and pledged to “to resolve the issue with…

11 Interesting Health Benefits of Pawpaw

Pawpaw, otherwise known as Papaya have some imerse benefit to the human body and I will be sharing 11 of those benefits below ..

1. Lowers cholesterol Papaya is rich in fibre, Vitamin C and antioxidants which prevent cholesterol build up in your arteries. Too much cholesterol build-up can lead to several heart diseases including heart attack and hypertension. 2. Helps in weight loss Those looking to lose weight must include papaya in their diet as it is very low in calories. The fibre content in papaya leaves you feeling full and also clears your bowel movement making your weight loss regime easier. 3. Boosts your immunity Your immunity system acts as a shield against various infections that can make you really sick. A single papaya contains more than 200% of your daily requirement of Vitamin C, making it great for your immunity. 4. Good for diabetics Papaya is an excellent food option for diabetics as it has a low-sugar content even though it is sweet to taste. Also, people who don’t ha…

Richest man in China's Son 'buys eight iPhone 7s for his DOG'

Coco the Alaskan Malamute might be the most pampered pooch in the world.
The pet dog has apparently been given eight iPhone 7 handsets by his doted owner, the only son of China's richest man Wang Jianlin, worth £23 billion, according to Chinese media.
Pictures have emerged on China's social media showing the lucky canine posing next to a stack of eight boxes believed to contain a £800 phone in each.

Along with the pictures, a post read: 'Not sure what people are showing off on Moments (a Chinese social media platform)! There is nothing to show off. I was forced to take action.'
More pics below..

People are hoping they will get a share of the Iphones too.

Angelina Jolie End Marriage with Brad Pitt

One of Hollywood Famous and successful couple, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are ending their marriage after just two years and one month of marriage in August 2014.
According to the court documents, the pair separated on September 15, Jolie is seeking physical custody of their six children and asking the court to grant Pitt visitation. She is also asking to keep "miscellaneous jewelry and other personal effects" as well as any earnings from after the date of their separation and other separate assets to be determined later.  Pitt said  has this to say "I am very saddened by this, but what matters most now is the wellbeing of our kids,"Tuesday in a statement to CNN. "I kindly ask the press to give them the space they deserve during this challenging time."

Satanic Temple to set up HQ in hometown of Salem Witch Trials

Victor Damian Rozo the 'priest'-founder of 'Luciferian Seeds of Light Temple' in Montenegro, Columbia.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________The Satanic Temple has announced it will be moving its international headquarters to the original hometown of the Salem witch trials.
The Satanist religious organisation, which uses Lucifer as a symbol of rebellion, will open their doors at the Victorian mansion in Massachusetts later this week.
The building, based close to a Catholic church and an elementary school, will also feature a 7.5ft-tall bronze statue of Baphomet - the group's goat-headed deity.
Twenty people, including 14 women, were executed during the witch trials in Salem between 1692 and 1693.
Lucien Greaves, a spokesperson for the Satanic Temple, said: “Salem emerged as an obvious choice to be established as the base for our operations.
"In addition to Salem’s history and proximity to the intellectual…

Nigeria sues Chevron, British-Dutch Shell, Italian ENI’s Agip over $12B oil Theft

A Federal High Court in Lagos will begin hearing  cases filed against Nigerian subsidiaries of U.S. multinational Chevron, British-Dutch Shell, Italian ENI’s Agip, France’s Total and Brasoil of Brazilian Petrobas, according to the court register. Chevron would not comment since the issue “is the subject of ongoing litigation,” said a spokeswoman at the company’s Houston headquarters, Isabel Ordonez. Other companies did not immediately respond to requests for comment. ome shiploads registered less when they left Nigeria and more on reaching the United States, while some entire shiploads were undeclared in Nigeria, said the officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the cases still are in court. The United States was the biggest importer of Nigerian oil until it began exploiting its own shale oil reserves, though Nigerian exports to the U.S. have increased six-fold this year, according to OPEC. more on :…

Sports - German Goalkeeper Concede 43 Goals In One Match

Christian Schröer, manager of the defeated team, SV Vonderort II, tells us: "In each case shortly after the offense they have us directly taken the ball and then immediately played and made towards the goal, that was disappointing. In the end it is always collapsed. " At halftime of SV Vonderort had only eight playersFor the rough defeat, there were several reasons: "We had so few people that we have replenished our team with old boys players. Then two or three very young players were still in the process. One is simply gone home during the game. At halftime we had only eight players on the field. "  A group of eight men over the age of 20 to 55 years - and there was already 35: 0 for PSV. To be fair, Oberhausen renounced also to three playersGoalkeeper Marco Kwiotek (25) from SV Vonderort II who fished the ball 43 times from the network, was the poorest dog. "I want to forget this game as soon as possible," Marco said after the game. Faire gesture after all: …

2,807 men were ‘beaten’ by Wives in Ghana in 2015

As reported by

A total of 2,807 men reported domestic -abuse cases against their wives last year as against 3,143 the previous year. Similarly, about 13,465 women also reported domestic violence cases against their spouses last year as against 15,207 the previous year. Statistics for the first half of the year are still being compiled by the Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit (DOWSU) of the Ghana Police Service. The cases reported by the men included denial of sex and food, use of abusive languages, assault among others. In total the unit recorded 15,749 cases in 2015 as against 17,77 8recorded in 2014.
Some of the reported cases were defilement, rape, attempted rape, sodomy, incest, kidnapping, murder, abortion, death threat, bigamy, causing harm, child abuse, abduction, and child trafficking. The DOVVSU National Coordinator, Chief Superintendent Rev. Laurencia Wilhelmina Akorli disclosed this to The Ghanaian Times newspaper in Accra on Wednesday stating that t…

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