Prophecy News Watch - January 12, 2023

Around the World
‘Dangerous Threat to Freedom’: WHO Committee Wants Worldwide Vaccine Passports
A key committee of the World Health Organization is moving ahead with plans to demand vaccine passports for global travel.
Iran To Station Warships in Panama Canal
Iran's navy is set to station warships for the first time in the Panama Canal, a critical trade route in America's backyard that has never before seen an Iranian military presence.
Knife Attack At Paris Train Station; 6 Injured
Officials say at least six people have been injured in a knife attack at one of the world’s busiest train stations in Paris, France.
‘Russian Mercenaries Take Ukrainian Town’; Britons Missing
Russian mercenaries say they have retaken a contested Ukrainian town in the first Russian military victory in months after Moscow suffered significant setbacks.
Brazil Court Orders Arrests Over Congress Attacks
Two top Brazilian security officials faced detention Tuesday after a senior judge on Brazil’s Supreme Court ordered their arrests over attacks on key government buildings.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Report: Iran steps up air defense deployment in Syria in bid to curb Israeli strikes
Iran has invested millions of dollars in an effort to ramp up the deployment of an advanced air defense network in Syria, amid repeated attempts by Israel to target Iranian sites and shipments of weapons to its regional proxies, according to a Tuesday report.
Israel: Law may be changed to allow only those with at least one Jewish parent to immigrate
Israel’s new government is considering a drastic change to the country’s 1950 Law of Return that would allow only children of at least one Jewish parent to ‘make Aliyah’ and immigrate to Israel, i24 News reports.
Israel will fight to prevent Iran from building military base on its northern border, Netanyahu says
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned that the Israeli government will resist any effort by Iran to establish a military base along Israel’s border with Syria and Lebanon, i24 News reports.

Inside the United States
American Heart Association Publishes Study Confirming mRNA Vaccines ‘May Contribute to Myocarditis’
An American Heart Association Journal has published a study confirming that mRNA-based vaccines can cause myocarditis in certain adolescents and young adults.
Thousands of Flights Canceled/Delayed After FAA Computer Outage
More than 8,500 flights were delayed Tuesday, and at least 1,200 flights were canceled after a Federal Aviation Administration computer failure.
House Republicans pass first pro-life measures in post-Roe era
The new House Republican majority launched its pro-life legislative agenda on Wednesday, passing measures protecting infants born alive during an abortion and condemning recent attacks on anti-abortion facilities and churches that provide aid to pregnant women.
FBI reveals it uses CIA and NSA to spy on Americans
The FBI revealed how the bureau uses the CIA and National Security Agency to probe the private lives of Americans without a warrant in its updated rulebook, which is the first version made public since the Obama administration.
Dems overwhelmingly oppose bill requiring medical care for babies born alive after botched abortions
The House of Representatives on Wednesday passed the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act to require medical care for babies who survived failed abortion attempts, with 210 Democrats opposing the measure.
California: Massive winter storms kill 17, churches on standby to help
Seventeen people were killed as a series of severe winter storms lashed California over the past week: churches have been on standby to help those affected by flooding, mudslides, and power outages, CBN News reports.

Christian News
Uganda: Evangelist murdered by Islamic terrorists after leading Muslims to Christ
An evangelist who led 100 Muslims to Christ following his own recent conversion was murdered by Islamic terrorists who slit his throat after a Christianity v Islam debate in eastern Uganda earlier this month, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.