Prophecy News Watch - June 22, 2022

Around the World
Hamas, Syria to restore ties after 10-year dispute
Hamas – the Palestinian Islamist ruling group of the Gaza Strip – will restore ties with Syria after a decade-long dispute over President Bashar al-Assad’s crackdown on a revolt against his rule.
IAEA report says Iran stepping up uranium enrichment at underground Fordo site
Iran is stepping up uranium enrichment at its underground Fordo nuclear site, according to a confidential International Atomic Energy Agency report seen by the Reuters news agency on Monday.
Dozens Of Chinese Jets Enter Taiwan Air Defense Zone
Dozens of Chinese military aircraft entered Taiwan’s air defense zone Tuesday, prompting the island to scramble jets to halt China’s third-largest incursion this year, Taipei said.
Iran: “The train has not derailed” on nuclear deal talks “despite” US actions
The Iranian regime said Monday that, although the US imposed new sanctions on it last week, the “train has still not derailed” in its stalled talks with world powers about restoring the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.
Lithuania Halting Russian Goods As War Escalates
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine appeared close to escalating into a broader military conflict Tuesday after nearby Lithuania blocked shipments of Russian goods subject to European Union sanctions.
Journalist Sells Nobel Medal For $103 Million To Help Ukraine
The Russian editor-in-chief of independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta has auctioned off his Nobel Peace Prize medal for $103.5 million to help Ukraine’s child refugees.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Israel keeping US out of loop on alleged covert attacks in Iran
Israel is keeping the US in the dark as it steps up alleged covert operations against Iran’s nuclear program, according to a report Tuesday.
Officials unveil ‘Israeli Guard’ riot police unit to handle internal unrest
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and top law enforcement officials on Tuesday announced the formation of a national guard police unit that would be activated in emergencies, citing lessons learned from ethnic unrest amid a war last year.
Netanyahu has week to find majority, prevent Israeli elections
With the dramatic announcement on Monday evening by coalition leaders Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid of their intention to dissolve Israel’s government, the nation began bracing itself for its fifth round of elections in three years. A proposed date of Oct. 25 has already been set. However, elections could still be avoided if opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu succeeds in forming a government before the Knesset is dissolved. Can he do it?

Inside the United States
Yellowstone Flooding Rebuild Could Take Years, Cost Billions
Floodwater this week wiped out numerous bridges, washed out kilometers of roads and closed the park as it approached peak tourist season during its 150th anniversary celebration. Nearby communities were swamped, and hundreds of homes flooded as the Yellowstone River and its tributaries raged.
Supreme Court overturns ban preventing religious schools from receiving state funding
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned Maine’s ban on state tuition assistance to students attending religious schools in an education case that could have big implications for schools around the country.
Texas Could Vote to Secede From U.S. in 2023 as GOP Pushes for Referendum
Texas Republicans are pushing for a referendum to decide whether the state should secede from the U.S.

Christian News
Sudan: Christian leaders arrested for singing worship songs
Two Christian leaders in Omdurman, Sudan were arrested last week for singing worship songs during their church service, the Christian Post (CP) reports. While the situation for Sudanese Christians somewhat improved following the 2019 ousting of Islamic dictator Omar al-Bashir, it has worsened again since the subsequent Islamic military coup of 2021.
India: Hindu nationalist police severely beat up pastor
Hindu nationalist police officers in India’s Uttar Pradesh state severely beat up a pastor after arresting him for singing a hymn on the roof of his home during a family devotional in April, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.
US Prison Ministry celebrates over 250 baptisms in Denver jail
The God Behind Bars US Christian prison ministry has been celebrating the recent baptisms of 265 inmates at the Denver Women's Correctional Facility, with many of the women accepting Christ as their Savior and being baptized there and then, CBN News reports.

Worthy Watch
Biden: “There’s gonna be another pandemic.”
“We need more money to plan for the second pandemic. There’s going to be another pandemic,” President Joe Biden stated.
Moderna reveals human trials for combined COVID-19 and flu vaccine expected within months
In an exclusive interview with Sydney's Channel9 news, Moderna's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Paul Burton announced that human trials of a new vaccine that would combat COVID-19 and the flu are expected within months.
Gov. DeSantis on mRNA Vaccines for Babies
"The other countries in Europe that are going in a different direction, similar to the direction Florida has gone, they have been right on COVID way more than Fauci and his crew have been throughout this whole thing. Remember, these are people in Washington that rejected the idea of natural immunity," stated Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Worthy Insights
Worthy Insights
Police Report Proves Plainclothes Electronic Surveillance Unit Members Were Embedded Among Jan. 6 Protesters
While there is growing speculation that federal agents and Capitol Police were involved in instigating acts of violence during the Jan. 6, 2021 protests and recording responses for the purposes of entrapment, evidence now proves that “plainclothes” members of a special Electronic Surveillance Unit (ESU) were embedded among the protesters for the purposes of conducting video surveillance. Evidence also points to a day of security deficiencies and police provocation for the purpose of entrapment.
10,000 Flights Delayed Over Holiday Weekend As Aviation Chaos Concerns White Hous
Flight tracking website FlightAware shows more than 10,000 flights were delayed or canceled nationwide between Friday and Sunday due to pilot shortages and bad weather, which comes days after top airline executives spoke with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about how to resolve flight disruptions.
The Billionaire Family Pushing Synthetic Sex Identities (SSI)
One of the most powerful yet unremarked-upon drivers of our current wars over definitions of gender is a concerted push by members of one of the richest families in the United States to transition Americans from a dimorphic definition of sex to the broad acceptance and propagation of synthetic sex identities (SSI).
Saudi Leader Visits Egypt, Jordan, and Turkey meanwhile Hamas leader visits Hezbollah
Hamas head Ismail Haniyeh arrived in Beirut on Tuesday afternoon leading a delegation from the terrorist movement to visit Hezbollah. Meanwhile, Saudi Leader MBS is meeting leaders in Egypt, Jordan, and Turkey over the next few weeks.
‘Natural Immunity Wins Again’: Study Demonstrates Infection-Derived Immunity Likely Superior to COVID Vaccines
A new study published by the New England Journal of Medicine on June 9 found that protection from COVID-19 via natural immunity was superior to that of two doses of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine after the same amount of time elapsed among uninfected people.
Democrat congressman’s staffer caught defacing posters in Capitol complex, but DOJ won’t prosecute
Capitol Police caught Massachusetts Democrat Rep. Jake Auchincloss’s chief of staff defacing posters outside the Capitol complex office of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and referred him for criminal charges, but the same U.S. Attorney's office that pursued the Jan. 6 defendants declined to approve an arrest warrant, according to police documents and interviews.