Hillary (Democrats) Smells Blood In the Water, Sensing Trump Vulnerability

[And she got a new HAIRCUT!]

[Exposing The Clinton/Obama Scheme To Wage Political War On Donald Trump]

Hillary Clinton says she’s ‘ready to come out of the woods’




SCRANTON, Pa. – Hillary Clinton said Friday she’s “ready to come out of the woods” and help Americans find common ground.

Clinton’s gradual return to the public spotlight following her presidential election loss continued with a St. Patrick’s Day speech in her late father’s Pennsylvania hometown of Scranton.

“I’m like a lot of my friends right now, I have a hard time watching the news,” Clinton told an Irish women’s group.

But she urged a divided country to work together to solve problems, recalling how, as first lady, she met with female leaders working to bring peace to Northern Ireland.

“I do not believe that we can let political divides harden into personal divides. And we can’t just ignore, or turn a cold shoulder to someone because they disagree with us politically,” she said.

Friday night’s speech was one of several she is to deliver in the coming months, including a May 26 commencement address at her alma mater, Wellesley College in Massachusetts. The Democrat also is working on a book of personal essays that will include some reflections on her loss to Donald Trump.

Clinton, who was spotted taking a walk in the woods around her hometown of Chappaqua, New York, two days after losing the election to Donald Trump, quipped she had wanted to stay in the woods, “but you can only do so much of that.”

She told the Society of Irish Women that it’ll be up to citizens, not a deeply polarized Washington, to bridge the political divide.

“I am ready to come out of the woods and to help shine a light on what is already happening around kitchen tables, at dinners like this, to help draw strength that will enable everybody to keep going,” said Clinton.

Clinton was received warmly in Scranton, where her grandfather worked in a lace mill. Her father left Scranton for Chicago in search of work during the Great Depression, but returned often. Hillary Clinton spent summers at the family’s cottage on nearby Lake Winola.

She fondly recalled watching movies stretched across a bedsheet in a neighbor’s yard, and told of how the cottage had a toilet but no shower or tub.

“Don’t tell anybody this, but we’d go down to the lake,” she said.


Saudis Murder Boatload of Somali Refugees Off the Coast of Yemen

LCRD condemns Saudi airstrike on Somali refugees





SANA’A, March 18 (Saba) – The Legal Center for Rights and Development (LCRD) strongly condemned Thursday night air Saudi airstrike on Somali refugees off Yemen’s coast of Hodeida, in a statement obtained by Saba on Saturday.

“This was the latest in a series of war crimes committed by Saudi aggression against civilian targets,” read the statement , the bombing of the Saudi aggression in May 2015 refugees headquarters of UNICEF in Midi region.

The statement called on the United Nations and international organizations to protect human rights and do their responsibilities toward stopping Saudi barbaric massacres against the civilians in Yemen, considering targeting Somali refugees as a new war crime.





SANA’A, March 18 (Saba) – The National organization for rights and freedoms on Saturday stressed that targeting African refugees on their boat off the Yemeni coast of Hodeida was a disgrace to the United Nations Security Council.

The organization said in a statement received by Saba that targeting the boat carrying dozens of African migrants on Thursday night by the alliance of Saudi aggression was a heinous war crime, condemning the fresh new war crimes.

The statement denounced the continuation of war crimes and violations Against the Yemeni people through repeatedly targeting civilian boats of fishermen and African refugees.

The statement called on the United Nations and its Security Council to bear responsibility towards stopping the barbaric war, bloody war crimes, economic blockade against the humanity and the Yemeni people.

Deadly Mosque Airstrike In Idlib, Syria Blamed On US Navy

[US admits Syria airstrike that killed 46 but denies targeting mosque ]

Conflicting claims on a U.S. role in deadly airstrike near mosque in Syria



Aftermath of airstrike at mosque in Jenneh area in northern Syria on March 17, 2017; attack killed dozens



BEIRUT — An airstrike at a mosque in a rebel-held area of northern Syria on Thursday killed at least 35 people, first responders and activists said.

The Syrian Civil Defense, volunteer paramedics known as the White Helmets, said first responders were racing to the scene after the airstrike in the Jeeneh area, near the rebel-held province of Idlib. It said at least 35 people were killed.

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 46 people were killed, mainly civilians.

Bilal Abdul Kareem, an American journalist with close links to militant Islam groups in Syria, is reporting that he is at the mosque. He put the death toll at 56.

The Reuters news agency reports that the powerful Syrian rebel group Ahrar al-Sham said Friday the U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) was behind the mosque attack.

U.S. officials say the strike killed dozens of militants and they’re investigating reports that civilians were killed. U.S. Army Maj. Josh Jacques, a U.S. Central Command spokesman, said the U.S. did not target or strike a mosque.

“We targeted an al Qaeda gathering across the street from a mosque. The mosque does not appear to be damaged following the strike,” said U.S. Army Maj. Josh Jacques, a U.S. Central Command spokesman. “We are aware of the reports of civilian casualties and we are looking into it.”

The U.S. Central Command based in Tampa, Florida, said separately that U.S. forces killed “several terrorists” in a strike at an al Qaeda meeting place in Idlib. It said in a statement that Idlib has been a significant safe haven for al Qaeda in recent years. The U.S. has struck dozens of locations in northwestern Syria in the past, targeting al Qaeda-linked militants.

Col. John J. Thomas, a spokesman for the U.S. Central Command, told CBS News correspondent David Martin there was a mosque across the street from the building the U.S. hit on March 16. He said post-strike photos show two craters and half the target building destroyed, with the small mosque across the street still standing.

However other reports indicate the building may have been a newer annex to the old mosque.










The Pentagon released this image of a March 16 airstrike in al-Jinah, Syria. In the center is the building struck in the airstrake, which the Navy says was the site of an al Qaeda senior leader meeting. The Navy says they deliberately did not target the mosque at the left edge of the photo, and the area was extensively surveilled prior to the strike.–Pentagon

[If the mosque is the building at the top left of the photo, then one end of that building obviously caught the blast debris, as evidenced by the black patch extending from the bomb craters to the building.–ed. ]

Jeeneh is in the western Aleppo countryside which, along with Idlib, is home to hundreds of thousands of Syrians displaced by fighting in other areas.

Russian and Syrian aircraft are known to operate in the opposition-held region.

The airstrike on the mosque came a day after suicide attacks in the capital, Damascus, killed at least 30 people on the sixth anniversary of the start of the Syrian conflict.

The civil war has killed about 400,000 people, wounded more than a million and displaced half the country’s population.