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Rotem the sand cat gives birth to a litter of 3 kittens, bolstering numbers for rare species once believed extinct in Israel

By Avi Lewis 19 August 2015

A cat once considered extinct in Israel is now making a comeback.
Rotem, a sand cat at the Ramat Gan Safari, gave birth three weeks ago to three kittens who were seen frolicking beside their mother Tuesday to the delight of visitors at the park.
Workers at the Safari were surprised by the birth, as Rotem lost her partner Sela one year ago, and the relationship between her and her new Swedish-born companion, Kalahri, was well — all claws.
Even though the two felines seemed disinterested in each other, caretakers decided to give love a chance. Rotem and Kalahri were left in the same room to spend nights together, during which they were unobserved; workers at the zoo had no idea if mating was taking place.

Caretakers later discerned that Rotem was pregnant, but had no way of calculating a date for the birth. The trio popped out three weeks ago.
Sand cats, the only cats able to survive in total deserts, used to roam the Holy Land in the Jordan River valley and surrounding areas in Africa and Asia, but today exist mostly in captivity. They have been listed as near-threatened because of their small population worldwide and declining numbers — only 200 survive in European zoos. Efforts are being made for conservation.

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Leave, You Are All Killers!” Protesters Storm Multiple Government Ministries In Beirut

Tyler Durden 08August2020 –

The expected protests and riots have broken out in Beirut at the end of a week in which families mourned the over 150 killed in Tuesday’s blast centered on the port, which it’s now been revealed was the result of years of negligence by authorities who allowed 2,750 metric tons of ammonium nitrate to be unsafely stored right alongside a large stash of impounded fireworks.

Like the years-long banking crisis, the government is seen as directly responsible for this week’s epic tragedy, also given the lengthy paper trail showing multiple officials and entities begged the government to do something about the explosive substance stored so near a densely populated area.

But Lebanese now taking to the streets this weekend could care less about the fine points buck passing among the political class as now a tsunami of rage is being unleashed, additionally as the economy is in shambles with record unemployment.

On Saturday local TV stations showed footage of thousands of protesters occupying at least four government ministry buildings in downtown Beirut.

An estimated ten thousand clashed with police, which reportedly involved shots fired, in mayhem that also left at least one police officer dead.

And Reuters reports that the country’s banking sector remains target of the people’s rage:

“Lebanese protesters stormed government ministries in Beirut and trashed the offices of the Association of Lebanese Banks on Saturday, TV footage showed, as shots were fired in growing protests over this week’s devastating explosion,” according to the report.

Martyr’s Square on Saturday, via AFP.

Already the growing number of injuries are an indicator of just how fierce this round of protests promises to be:

The Red Cross said it had treated 117 people for injuries on the scene while another 55 were taken to hospital. A fire broke out in central Martyrs’ Square.

Dozens of protesters broke into the foreign ministry where they burnt a framed portrait of President Michel Aoun, representative for many of a political class that has ruled Lebanon for decades and that they say is to blame for its deep political and economic crises.

It appears that going into the night the ministries now “taken over” the protesters include the Foreign Affairs, Environment, and Energy ministry buildings, as well as the Ministry of Economy.

Chants of “the people want the fall of the regime” as well as the burning of portraits of top Lebanese leaders and politicians, such as of President Michel Aoun could be observed during mass demonstrations at Martyr’s Square.

Omar-Fares-tweet-8August2020-Beirut erupts

Omar-Fares-tweet-8August2020-Beirut erupts

Responding to the pressure and popular anger, Prime Minister Hassan Diab called for early parliamentary elections and a two month transition period.“We cannot get out of this crisis without early parliamentary elections,” Diab said in a televised address.

Reuters describes further of Saturday’s mayhem in the streets:


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