Prophecy News Watch - August 1, 2022

Around the World
Thousands of protesters breach Iraq’s parliament for second time this week
Thousands of protesters have breached Iraq's parliament for a second time this week.
Ukraine Denies Killing Dozens Of Prisoners; Grain Deliveries Uncertain
Ukraine’s military has denied responsibility for an attack on a prison in separatist-held territory that Russia’s defense ministry said killed dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war.
Russian Moves Troops As Red Cross Struggles To Reach Prison
Kyiv says Moscow is moving large numbers of troops to Ukraine's south for battles against the country's forces through the newly occupied territories and Crimea. The military movements came as elsewhere in Ukraine, the government told people to evacuate ahead of an expected offensive by Russia's military there, while the Red Cross struggled to reach a prison where dozens of Ukrainian prisoners of war were killed.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Israel to Withhold $180 Million in Palestinian Tax Funds Over Terrorist Stipends
Israel’s security cabinet on Sunday voted to withhold almost $180 million from tax revenue that the country collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority (PA), to offset funds paid to families of Palestinian terrorists.
Lapid demands disbanding of antisemitic probe of Israel in letter to UN chief
In response to the antisemitic comments made by senior members of the Commission of Inquiry into Israel’s alleged “war crimes” against Palestinians, Prime Minister Yair Lapid sent a letter on Sunday to UN Secretary-General António Guterres demanding “the immediate removal of all three members of the Commission of Inquiry tasked with investigating Israel, and the disbanding of the Commission.”

Inside the United States
At least 25 dead in Kentucky flooding that ravaged Appalachia – rescues and recovery continue
At least 25 have people died in Kentucky– including four children – in the flooding caused by the torrential rains and flash floods earlier this week, Gov. Andy Beshear said Saturday.
Vicious California wildfire swells a staggering 62 times in size overnight, torching vehicles and homes
Wildfires in California and Montana have spiraled overnight, fuelled by hot and windy conditions and threatening neighborhoods and forcing evacuation orders.
Assault weapons ban passed in House of Representatives
The House of Representatives voted to pass an assault weapons ban Friday evening, with legislators narrowly approving the bill with a 217-213 vote.
Christ-Centered Pro-Life Pregnancy Center to Reopen After Major Damage from Abortion Activists’ Terror Attack
A New York pro-life medical office and pregnancy center plans to reopen its facility Monday after it was firebombed by pro-abortion radicals.

Christian News
Anglicans Drop Proposal to Reaffirm Traditional Marriage Stance
To organizers of the Anglican Communion’s Lambeth Conference, the global body has come to a point where it has to agree to disagree on same-sex marriage.
83 faith-based groups urge Senators to reject same-sex marriage bill
A coalition of 83 conservative Christian and faith-based groups have written to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, imploring Senators to oppose a bill just approved by the House that would ensure same-sex marriage remains legal if the Supreme Court reverses its 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges ruling, Christian Headlines (CH) reports.
Syria: Christians increasingly vulnerable to fraudulent property confiscation
Christians from the north-eastern region of war-torn Syria have reportedly become increasingly susceptible to fraudulent property confiscations at the hands of both Syria’s dictator Bashar al-Assad and the Kurdish Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports.
Nigeria Militants Kidnap 36 In Christian Village
Suspected Islamic fighters have kidnapped 36 people from a mainly Christian village near the city of Kaduna, in northern Nigeria, well-informed Christians said.

Worthy Watch
Dr. Fauci Tries to Rewrite History and Claims He Did Not Recommend Shutting Down the Country
Dr. Fauci claimed recently he "didn't recommend locking anything down," however, we tracked down footage from Dr. Fauci stating that he recommended to then President Trump in October of 2020, "I recommended to the president that we shut the country down."
Dutch MP Freek Jansen explains the dangers of EU’s new Digital ID
The future of mass control is being shaped in front of our eyes with the introduction of digital identity, warns Dutch MP Freek Jansen.
Fatah Trains Teens in Military Style Youth Summer Camps
In a promotional video produced by Fatah, the organization details its summer camp in Nablus, where it trains teenagers in military operations similar to Hamas-run summer camps in Gaza.
Yuval Noah Harari, “We will be beyond the God of the Bible”
Yuval Noah Harari in speaking of recent technological advancements states, "If we succeed, and there’s a very good chance we will, then very soon, we will be beyond the God of the Bible.”
UAE floods: seven found dead after wettest weather in decades
Seven people have been found dead, as authorities continued a major clean-up operation on Friday after the UAE recorded its heaviest rainfall in 30 years.
Individual Freedoms Ends With Digital ID Warns Australian Senator
Australian Senator Malcom Roberts warns, "It is only through the relentless digital stalking of citizens that the Liberal National's government can micromanage purchasing choices. Businesses are punished with tax while consumers get their credit score docked."

Worthy Insights
Saudi Arabia’s Vision of the Futuristic City of Neom
Saudi Arabia released its $1 Trillion vision of the city of Neom. The vision calls for a city that will house 9 million people that is environmentally friendly eliminating the use of cars or roads and a high-speed rail that will transport people from one end to the other in 20 minutes.
World Economic Forum calls for an end to owning private vehicles
The World Economic Forum (WEF) published a paper last week calling for the end of "wasteful" private car ownership. The WEF argued that communal sharing of cars would lessen global demands for precious metals and fossil fuels.
Florida Surgeon General Questions Vaccine Mandates
Dr. Joe Ladapo, Florida Surgeon General: “How can you force someone to take a vaccine to stop transmission when that vaccine doesn’t stop transmission?”
News engagement plummets as Americans tune out
Engagement with news content has plunged during the first half of this year compared to the first half of 2021 and in some cases has fallen below pre-pandemic levels.
Sending a message: An entire police department just resigned
Town manager Justine Jones started receiving stacks of resignation letters.
44-Year-Old Canadian Doctor Dies ‘Unexpectedly’ – Sixth Canadian Doctor to Die Within Two Weeks
Within the past two weeks, Canada has received news of six deaths of physicians, the most recent being that of Dr. Candace Nayman.