Arab States Sever Qatar Ties Over Terrorism and Flights Are Suspended

Five arab states; Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, and the UAE (United Arab Emerates) are severing diplomatic, land, sea and air relations with Qatar because of its support of terrorism.

As a result of diplomatic tensions in the Middle East, both Etihad and Emerates Airways have suspended all flights to and from Doha, the capital of Qatar until further notice. According to Emirates Airlines, the suspension which is at the instance of the United Arab Emirates Government, will take effect on the morning of 6 June 2017 and will continue until further notice.

The last flight (EK847) leaving Dubai for Doha will depart at 02:30 a.m. on 6 June, 2017, and the last flight (EK848) leaving Doha for Dubai will depart at 03:50 a.m. on 6 June, 2017. These last flights promise to be both sober and stressful as passengers, no doubt, will ponder the possibility of terrorist retaliation.

In addition, Etihad Airways will suspend all flights to and from Doha as of June 5th, 2017 until further notice.  According to the airline, the last flight from Abu Dhabi to Doha (EY391) will depart at 9:35 p.m. on June 5th, 2017 and the last flight from Doha to Abu Dhabi (EY398) will depart 10:50 p.m. on June 5th, 2017.

Additional airlines, including Saudi Arabian Airlines, EgyptAir, Flydubai, and Air Arabia,  have either already suspended flights to Doha or planning to do so.

It is about time that the arab states take some action towards global peace and the elimination of terrorism. This action comes after a series of terrorist attacks which has resulted in citizens around the world demanding political leaders put an end to ISIS terrorist activity. Leaders across the developed world are taking strong positions and planning more drastic measures to deal with terrorism and ISIS in particular.

With so much brutality, the peaceful citizens of the world have had enough and the politicians know it.

Woman Stranded on Crane in Toronto’s Gay Village Has Become Today’s Mystery

Sometime in the middle of the night of April 26, 2017 a woman appeared atop of a crane box high above a parkette in Toronto’s Gay Village Neighbourhood.

Speculation is running wild as Torontonians try to understand how this woman mysteriously appaeared atop this crane and why she was there.

Taxpayers across the city are wondering who is going to foot the bill that at a minimum will be thousands of dollars, but with the disruption in the area, can be as much as tens, or even hundreds of thousands of dollars.

It is a scene reminiscent from ‘Leave it to Beaver’, when Beaver gets stuck in the cup sign above the building and has to be rescued. However, it is possible that this mystery person may be arrested and/or charged.


The woman has been ‘rescued’. It took hours, but rescue workers were able to figure out how to best bring the stranded woman back to ground. A seasoned rescuer secured a harness around the woman and tied her to his front torsal. It took a few minutes for the lowering.

The mysterious woman stranded atop a Toronto Crane

Once on the ground, the woman was surrounded with paramedics, firefighters and fully uniformed police officers. It looked like she was handcuffed and taken away to the ambulance. She will likely be charged with ‘public mischief’ at the very least.

There is still no information about how and why she appeared on this crane overnight. Resident’s across the city are wondering who this woman is.  Do you know who she is?

It is important to figure out how she did it because of the risk, liability and insurance concerns to the crane owners and operators.

There is also concern that with the large number of mammoth cranes in Toronto (more than any other city in North America), that they may be used by terrorists. Just what security measures are being taken to protect these cranes from unauthorized access?

Stay tuned for details as we update this post.

It has been revealed that the young woman is 23 year old Marisa Lazo. Lazo now faces 6 charges in Toronto court. Further details and some very clear footage and pics of Lazo