Iran executed ISIS members involved in 2017 Terrorist Attacks against Tehran

The Iranian authorities have carried out the death sentences of 8 ISIS members of the terrorist group involved in the 2017 deadly attacks in the Iranian capital of Tehran.

Iran’s Supreme Court confirmed the death sentences on June 11, 2018. On June 7, 2017, a group of four people dressed in women’s clothes opened fire in the Iranian parliament’s building, which was followed by an explosion.

A separate terrorist attack targeted the Mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini. The two attacks claimed the lives of nearly 20 people and wounded dozens of others.

Almasdar / ABC Flash Point Terrorist News 2018.

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Yemen fires Ballistic Missile @ Saudi Industrial Complex

The Houthi liberation forces in Yemen fired a ballistic missile into southern Saudi Arabia last night, targeting one of the kingdom’s industrial areas.

A Houthi rocket battalion fired a Badr-1 ballistic missile at the Jizan Industrial City. In addition to targeting southern Saudi Arabia, the Houthi forces also fired a ballistic missile @ the UAE-backed (Colombian mercenaries) troops deployed in western Yemen.

Yemen is a strategically located @ a very important location, because all Saudi oil shipments passes by the tortured Arab country on its way to Europe and Asia.

The UAE-backed troops were operating near the coast, under the protection of Western warships. Yemen has been turned into a human battlefield since 2015.

The UN provides the evil entities with the needed political cover up in order to continue the genocide against unarmed Arab civilians in Yemen. 

Almasdar / ABC Flash Point Invasion News 2018.

Cosmic Radiation Blasting Towards Earth on Inter Galactic Winds

A Star System containing Two Gigantic Suns is blasting Cosmic Rays into Space and NASA scientists have found that the radiation is making its way towards Earth on Inter Galactic winds.

High-energy observations in the sprawling southern constellation of Carina had puzzled scientists for some time. But now a NASA orbital telescope has helped pin the energy source on Eta Carinae, a double-star system around 7,500 light years away from Earth.

It is already known that rays with energies greater than 1 billion electron volts are sprayed into our solar system. However, the erratic movement of the energy and sheer size of the great expanse previously made it difficult to locate some of the sources.

Colliding stellar winds within Eta Carinae, which is surrounded by an hourglass dust nebula, have now been confirmed as a reason for the energy patterns in the region.

 

Using the NuStar telescope, NASA was able to collect data on violent shock waves from colliding winds that result in cosmic rays, some of which have been seen to bounce off the Earth’s magnetic field.

Launched in 2012, the NuStar orbiter has been used to map selected regions of space and act as a census for collapsed stars.

The telescope has also been tasked with investigating mysterious black holes, and last year documented the ‘energy eating’ phenomena in the Milky Way.

RT.com / ABC Flash Point Cosmic News 2018.