December 31, 2013
Q18: How can chemical weapons be disposed of or destroyed?
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has the responsibility for overseeing and verifying the safe and secure destruction of these weapons in countries that are Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention. A number of techniques, including incineration, exist for destroying chemical weapons but older methods such as dumping, burial, or open-pit burning are prohibited under the Chemical Weapons Convention.
UPDATE 14.1.2014 UK supporting economically the neutralizations, hydrolysation etc of the chemical toxins
Plenty of earthquakes about 4 – 5 R during last fortnight round Mediterranean Sea, its European coastline
December 30, 2013
December 29, 2013
Updated 30th Dec 2013. Apparently 4 missiles came yeserday from Syria to the Mountains near the Aarsal city. Lebanese Army Retaliated.
The Lebanese army fired on Syrian aircraft that violated the country’s airspace Monday, the first time Lebanon has done so since Syria’s uprising broke out nearly three years ago, security officials said.
The move suggests Beirut is trying to enforce greater respect for its borders in the hopes of slowing the expansion of the conflict into Lebanon, where it has exacerbated sectarian tensions and prompted shadowy groups to conduct attacks that have killed dozens this year.
Walla tells that in Lebanon is told about 10 missiles to Aarsal to day afternoon. But no human injuries ?? Can this be true? And WHERE is AARSAL?
December 29, 2013
“UNIFIL Press Statement on rocket fire, 29 December 2013
29 December 2013
This morning at around 7:35am UNIFIL radars detected firing of at least two rockets from the general area of El Khiam in southern Lebanon towards Israel. The IDF informed UNIFIL that two rockets fired from Lebanon had impacted in the vicinity of Kiryat Shimona in northern Israel.
The IDF returned artillery fire directed at the location from where the rockets had originated.
At this time, no casualties or damages have been reported from either side. There has been no immediate claim of responsibility for the rocket attack.
UNIFIL Force Commander Major-General Paolo Serra was immediately in contact with counterparts in the LAF and IDF commands and has urged the parties to exercise maximum restraint in order to prevent any escalation of the situation.
Major-General Paolo Serra said: “This is a very serious incident in violation of UN Security Council resolution 1701 and is clearly directed at undermining stability in the area. UNIFIL’s first imperative is to ensure that there is no further escalation of the situation and I have been assured by the parties of their full cooperation with UNIFIL in this effort and of their continued commitment to the cessation of hostilities.”
He added: “Our troops on the ground are working with the Lebanese Armed Forces to reinforce security and locate the rocket launching site. UNIFIL has intensified its patrols across our area of operations to prevent any further incidents.”
“It is of paramount importance to identify and apprehend the perpetrators of this attack and we will spare no efforts to this end working in cooperation with the Lebanese Armed Forces.”
December 29, 2013
December 28, 2013
St. Mathew 22: 35- 40
One of them, the lawyer, asked Him a question to test Him.
“Teacher, which is the great commandment in the law?”
And He said to him:
“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.
This is the great and first commandment.
DEUTERONOMIUM 6: 5
And second is like it.
You shall love your neighbour as yourself.
On these two commandments depend all the law and the prophets”.