This Week on ITELMay 6, 2017
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11:29 pmInside the Eye – Live! for Saturday, April 29, 2017, featured a segment on the ongoing attack on speech in the United States. In hour 2, Read More »
8:46 pmInside the Eye – Live! for Saturday, April 22, 2017 was a fully booked show with guests Jim Fetzer appearing in hour number 2 and James Read More »
2:23 pmJames Perloff, author of The Shadows of Power, an expose on the Council on Foreign Relations, a book that has sold over 100K copies made a Read More »
1:24 pmJim Fetzer, the founder of Scholars for 9-11 Truth and a major player in research on the death of JFK, joined Inside the Eye – Live! Read More »
3:08 pmEaster weekend show featured a little look into Christian demographics in the Middle East followed by a short segment on the fallout of the previous week’s Read More »
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At least 40 were left dead and 70 others wounded when fierce clashes erupted between militants and rebels near Damascus on Friday, a monitoring group said.
The clashes pitted the Saudi-backed rebel faction Jaish al-Islam (Army of Islam) against Fateh al-Sham, al-Qaeda's former branch in Syria, and Faylaq al-Rahman, which is backed by Qatar and Turkey, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The Algerian government has urged voters to head to the ballot boxes next week as the parliamentary elections campaign concludes on Sunday amid a decision to close the country’s borders.
Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal promised a “bright future” in case of high voter turnout.
During a visit to Tamanrasset, which lies 1,200 kilometers south of the capital, Sellal said that the elections next Thursday “are a step towards a bright future.”
Pope Francis has urged Muslim leaders to unite in renouncing religious extremism during the first day of his two-day trip to Egypt.
The visit, amid tight security, is aimed at strengthening ties with Muslim leaders and comes after two deadly attacks on Egyptian Coptic churches this month left 45 people dead.
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