This Week on ITELMar. 19, 2017
Hour 1 - News and Current Events
Hour 2 - News and Current Events
Hour 3 - News and Current Events
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5:40 amToday, we in the West live in an ever expanding Judaified world. Everywhere we look, we find Jews inserting themselves into nearly ever facet of our Read More »
7:13 pmInside the Eye – Live! for Saturday, March 18, 2017, began by highlighting the nature of political social media mafias extant on the Net. In hour Read More »
12:36 am“Brizer from Ireland”, who used to host The Fetch’s “The Esoteric Hour w/ The Fetch” on Awake Radio back in 2012, came on to discuss the Read More »
12:20 pmInside the Eye – Live! for Saturday, March 11, 2017, discussed the rather skeptical idea that employees working inside the government need to tapping in to Read More »
2:00 amInside the Eye – Live! for Saturday, March 4, 2017 returned to discussing some of the latest developments in the geopolitical sphere with the show ending Read More »
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At least sixteen people were killed overnight when airstrikes struck a prison in the rebel-held city of Idlib in northwest Syria, according to reports from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights on Saturday.
The monitoring group said that the dead included both prisoners and prison guards, adding that it had received information that a number of prisoners were shot dead while attempting to flee after airstrikes
The possibility of naturalizing Syrian refugees, who have fled the war in their country to Turkey, has turned into a heated topic among Turkish parties with camps divided between those who support the measure and others that view it as a threat.
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