Prophecy News Watch - December 1, 2022

Around the World
Chinese military’s future warfare will aspire to ‘information dominance,’ Pentagon warns
The Chinese military will wage large-scale information warfare in a future conflict using cyber, electronic and conventional attacks to achieve “information dominance,” according to new details of Beijing‘s growing military capabilities outlined in the Pentagon’s latest annual report on the Chinese military.
Jailed Belarus Opposition Leader Hospitalized
A prominent Belarusian opposition leader serving an 11-year prison sentence for helping organize anti-government protests was in stable condition Wednesday after being rushed to hospital, her family and allies say.
US and NATO states “scramble” to restock weapons supplies while sending military aid to Ukraine
The United States and NATO countries are in the midst of a “mad scramble” to restock their own weapons arsenals while continuing to give phenomenal amounts of military aid to Ukraine to fight Russia, the New York Times reported Saturday,

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Netanyahu: Iran nuclear deal is ‘probably dead’; protests reveal that regime is ‘really weak’
Recent actions from the Iranian government have been very telling about the state of the country's leadership and may have ended the possibility of a new nuclear deal, according to former and likely future Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Palestinian envoy tells UN ‘we’re at the end of the road’ for 2-state solution
The Palestinian envoy to the UN warned the General Assembly on Wednesday that the two-state solution was at imminent risk during a plenary meeting on the conflict marking 75 years since the UN’s partition plan for Israel and the Palestinians.
UN to mark ‘Nakba Day’ – Israel’s establishment as catastrophe
The UN General Assembly voted Wednesday afternoon in favor of holding a commemorative event in honor of the 75th “Nakba Day,” the Palestinian name for Israel’s establishment, which translates to “catastrophe.”

Inside the United States
Senate Prays Before Legalizing Gay Marriage: ‘Lord, Give Us the Grace to Stay on the Road of Virtuous and Godly Living’
Dr. Barry Black, the chaplain of the U.S. Senate, was called to the podium at the front of the chamber on Nov. 28 to say a prayer, as is the customary practice before the Senate begins its daily sessions.
Court Decides Air Force ‘Wrongly’ Dismisses Religious Exemption Requests From Unvaxxed Airmen
An Ohio court Tuesday upheld a legal pause on separations for airmen who have requested religious exemptions to the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine after finding that the Air Force “wrongly” relied on overly broad reasoning to turn down the waivers.
House Committee Now Has Six Years of Trump’s Tax Returns
A U.S. House of Representatives committee has obtained Donald Trump's tax returns, following a years-long court fight with the Republican former president who accused the Democratic-led panel of being politically motivated, CNN reported on Wednesday.
House, Senate negotiators agree to add $45B to Biden’s defense budget
An emerging compromise on annual defense policy legislation will endorse a $45 billion increase to President Joe Biden’s defense spending plans, according to four people familiar with the negotiations.
San Francisco approves plan to allow police robots to use deadly force in emergency situations
San Francisco leaders voted to allow the city’s police department to use potentially lethal robots in emergency situations.
‘Treatment Of Alzheimer’s Possible,’ Drug Trial Shows
Results of a new experimental drug show that treatment of Alzheimer's - the most common form of dementia - is possible, experts say.

Christian News
Iraq: Christian families are leaving in droves
The Chaldean Patriarchate has issued a statement attesting that Iraqi Christians are leaving their country in droves due to compelling sociological and political factors, which include discrimination, Agenzia Fides reports. The Christians of Iraq make up one of the oldest continuous Christian communities in the world; there are an estimated 500,000 Christians still in the country.
Indonesian churches organize disaster relief after Java earthquake
A group of Indonesian Christian churches and organizations rushed to assist their countrymen in the wake of a powerful and deadly earthquake that hit Indonesia’s Java island last week, Christianity Today (CT) reports.
LGBTQ group vandalizes Focus on the Family sign after gay bar mass shooting: “Their blood is on your hands”
A group claiming to represent the LGBTQ community has admitted responsibility for writing “THEIR BLOOD IS ON YOUR HANDS” on a sign belonging to the Focus on the Family Christian ministry headquarters in Colorado Springs following the recent deadly mass shooting at the local Club Q gay bar, the Christian Post (CP) reports.