Posts Tagged ‘spanish’

Israeli Soccer Player in Spanish League Dedicates Goal to 45 Mount Meron Victims

Shon Weissman gesturing with his hands 4 and 5 during Sunday’s match. Photo: Screenshot. Israeli soccer player Shon Weissman, who plays for the Spanish team Real Valladolid, dedicated his goal during a game on Sunday to the 45 people who died in the Mount Meron tragedy on April 30. Real Valladolid went up against Real […]

Spanish police bust pharmacy worker accused of selling fake Covid-19 test results

A pharmacy employee suspected of providing fake negative Covid-19 test certificates to travelers has been detained by Spanish police. The suspect is said to have operated his own travel agency to help market the phony documents. The 24-year-old man, who was arrested in El Ejido, in southern Spain, allegedly asked for €130 ($156) for each […]

Spanish police arrest ‘terrorist’ trio suspected of encouraging attacks against France over Charlie Hebdo Mohammed cartoons

Police in Spain have arrested three people on suspicion of encouraging terrorist attacks against France after the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo republished cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed in September last year. The EU’s law enforcement agency Europol said on Thursday it had helped Spanish police smash the so-called “terrorist cell” in the southern city of […]

Spanish minister receives package with bloodied knife ahead of election after fellow politicians get death threats and bullets

Someone sent a package with a knife to a Spanish minister, the government has confirmed. The incident came after several politicians received letters with death threats ahead of a regional election. Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism Reyes Maroto received a package containing what appeared to be a bloodied knife, the government confirmed on Monday. […]

Spanish chocolatiers present replica of Picasso’s ‘Guernica’

Euskal Gozogileak (Basque Confectioners) association members exhibit a life-size chocolate version of Picasso’s painting “Guernica” in the Spanish Basque town of Guernica. The 7.70m x 3.50m chocolate replica made by around 40 confectioners is been exhibited in the town to commemorate the 85th anniversary of the 1937 bombing raid of the small Basque town by […]

Spanish man ARRESTED for ‘infecting 22 people’ with Covid-19 after reportedly telling co-workers he would give them the virus

Spanish police have detained a man who allegedly showed up to work and hit the gym while displaying coronavirus symptoms instead of going into quarantine. Police say he infected a total of 22 people, many by proxy. The National Police launched an investigation at the end of January after learning that an outbreak in a […]

How Experimental Military Vaccines Killed Millions During 1918 Spanish Flu

History tells us that the Spanish Flu in 1918 killed between 50-100 million people. It was considered as the most horrifying disease by medical and pharmaceutical sources. It is a wartime myth still being perpetuated to coverup the experimental military vaccines which killed millions during the Spanish Flu. Eleanor McBean, PhD, N.D., the author of […]

The Curious Red and Black Inscriptions Found at Spanish Roman Quarry

The Roman quarry of El Mèdol , located in modern-day Tarragona (Tarraco in ancient times) in Catalonia is literally a man-made marvel. This limestone quarry was used by the Romans to build the city center of ancient Tarraco and other major Roman monuments in the area. Virtually, at the center of the Roman quarry lies the […]

Did Vaccines Cause Spanish Flu Deaths? (1918)

A pandemic is an efficient way to get rid of “useless eaters” without destroying property.  The influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 infected 500 million people, 20% of the world’s population, and killed over 60 million people. This is roughly three times as many people as were killed and maimed in World War One and is comparable to […]

Catherine of Aragon: The Spanish Queen of England

Catherine of Aragon was the first wife of the infamous King Henry VIII. Known for her failure to produce a male heir, she was the mother of Mary, later Mary the Queen of Scots. Catherine would spend most of her life away from her family in Spain, only to be cruelly separated from her daughter […]

New Kind of Neolithic Age Human Burial Ritual Found in Spanish Cave

All societies, ancient and modern, lay a great deal of emphasis on how their dead should be buried. In a cave in southern Spain, researchers have discovered the extent to which Middle-Neolithic-age societies practiced burials and associated rituals, and the findings are far from pretty. Two Neolithic age skulls, between 6,550 and 6,800 years ago, […]

On This Day: Alhambra Decree begins tragic expulsion of Spanish Jewry

March 31, 1492 marked a tragic day for Spanish Jewry, when the infamous Alhambra Decree declared the expulsion of all Jews from Spain. While explorer Christopher Columbus set out to “sail the ocean blue,” the Jews of Spain were packing their things and fleeing for their lives. “The counsel and advice of prelates, great noblemen […]

Two former Spanish prime ministers to testify at slush fund trial

Former Spanish prime ministers Mariano Rajoy and José Maria Aznar will testify as witnesses on Wednesday at a trial over an alleged party slush fund. Both Rajoy and Aznar will answer questions from the National Court of Justice via video conference. The trial focuses on an alleged system of parallel bookkeeping by the right-wing People’s […]

Bacteria Caused Most Deaths in 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic

Bacteria Caused Most Deaths in 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic Implications for Future Pandemic Planning The majority of deaths during the influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 were not caused by the influenza virus acting alone, report researchers from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health. Instead, most victims […]

The Bolshevik Disease: Today’s Scamdemic is Just a Repeat of the 1918 Spanish Flu

There are far too many “coincidences” for this to be an accident. The judeo-Bolsheviks rolled out the same play book as they did 100 years ago to achieve their objectives. WorldTruth link Share now! Source 00 Hits: 0

EU’s top court rules Spanish fooball clubs received illegal state aid

The EU top court has ruled that Spanish tax laws unfairly benefit some of the country’s top football clubs. A verdict handed out by the European Court of Justice stated the government had given illegal state aid to four of its major clubs, including FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. Spanish law allows the clubs to […]

Ahoy there! Spanish researchers find remains of Francis Drake’s Armada

He is the hero who defeated the Spanish Armada after, supposedly, finishing off a game of bowls. Now researchers have uncovered a less glorious side to Sir Francis Drake: the remains of a fleet which he led that suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of the Spanish. In 1589, a year after Philip II […]

‘I don’t regret anything’: Leader of failed Spanish coup remains unrepentant 40 years on from putsch

T he leader of Spain’s failed army coup has said he does not regret anything and claimed the country is in a dire state as it marks the 40th anniversary of the infamous putsch. Antonio Tejero stormed the Spanish parliament with 200 armed guards as MPs were voting on a new government, firing assault rifles […]

Spanish police fire rubber bullets after Barcelona protest demanding rapper’s release descends into riots (VIDEOS)

Clashes erupted between protesters and riot police during demonstrations in Catalonia against the arrest of rapper Pablo Hasel, convicted for calling the former Spanish king a thief, with cops in Barcelona firing rubber bullets. Hasel, whose real name is Pablo Rivadulla Duro, was arrested earlier on Tuesday after barricading himself inside the University of Lleida […]

Islamic Tower Found “In” Roman Villa On A Spanish Beach

Researchers in Spain have unearthed the foundations of a rustic Roman residential seaside villa at Guardamar, like none other ever discovered. Why is it so unique? Well, this one had the later addition of its very own Islamic tower and mosque! Translated literally, “Guardamar” means “guardian of the sea.” Located at the mouth of the […]

Spanish Medical Institutions Speak Out Against Approval of Euthanasia Law

(Evangelical Focus) — During the period prior to the approval of the euthanasia law by the Spanish Parliament, several institutions, such as the Spanish Evangelical Alliance or the Spanish Bioethics Committee, expressed their public assessment of the regulations. After the law was ratified on Dec. 17, more voices have continued to speak out about its […]

Spanish Court Exonerates BDS Activists Who Forced Reggae Festival’s Boycott of ‘Zionist Artist’ Matisyahu of Antisemitism Charges

Palestinian flags fly as US Jewish musician Matisyahu performs on stage during the Rototom Sunsplash festival in Benicassim, August 23, 2015. Reuters/Heino Kalis A court in Spain on Monday dismissed charges of antisemitism against a group of activists whose anti-Zionist campaign against US Jewish hip hop artist Matisyahu forced the temporary cancellation of the performer’s […]

Author Highlights the Horrors – and Hope – in the Spanish Inquisition in New Novel

For Gil Troy’s review of “The Poetry of Secrets,” click here. In 2016, author Cambria Gordon, her husband and their youngest child left Los Angeles to take a yearlong sabbatical in Madrid. She fell in love with Spain and became fascinated with the history of the Jewish people there, traveling to the old communities where […]

Three die in Spanish storm, troops deployed to help those stranded by snow

Three people died in Spain as Storm Filomena caused travel chaos across the country, blanketing Madrid in the heaviest snowfall in decades and troops being mobilized to rescue trapped motorists.Rescue services reached 1,500 people trapped in cars, while skiers glided down Gran Via, normally one of the busiest streets in the capital. Other Madrid residents […]

Brexit: Spanish people working in Gibraltar cautiously optimistic after last-minute Schengen deal

Despite Brexit, the number of EU citizens, many of them Spanish, who work in Gibraltar has grown from 12,000 to 14,000 in the last four years. But uncertainty about the future rules governing the border between Gibraltar and the neighbouring Spanish city of La Línea reared its head in recent weeks. Cross-border workers breathed a […]

Graffiti reading ‘murdering Jews we will hang you’ painted at Spanish Jewish cemetery

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Pedro Sanchez: Spanish PM self-isolating days after having lunch with Macron

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez will quarantine until 24 December after French President Emmanuel Macron tested positive for Covid-19, his office said in a statement on Thursday.  Mr Sánchez and Mr Macron met on Monday in Paris.  The Élysée Palace released a statement saying that Mr Macron had taken a test as soon as the […]

Evangelicals Analyze the Missional Consciousness of Spanish Churches

Photo Credit: Time2/Wikipedia (Evangelical Focus) — The Lausanne movement in Spain has just published the report “The Missionality of the Evangelical Churches in Spain,” authored by five members of its steering committee: Ron Anderson, Eliseo Casal, Jaume Llenas, Jim Memory and Francisco Mira. Memory pointed out that the national Lausanne network “has taken on the […]

Spanish PM: Spain to begin vaccination program in January

Spain will begin a comprehensive coronavirus vaccination program in January and expects to have covered a substantial part of the population within six months, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Sunday. He said Spain and Germany were the first European Union countries to have a complete vaccination plan in place. “The campaign will start in […]

Spanish dance schools protest coronavirus restrictions

Hundreds of dancers gathered in Barcelona on Monday to protest virus restrictions that have closed dance school across the northeast region of Spain. Wearing black attire, the flamenco, salsa, ballet, tap and even hip-hop dancers sat on the square in front of the Catalan regional government building and broke out into different dances demanding that […]

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