Prophecy News Watch - June 9, 2022

Around the World
UN Watchdog Condemns Nuclear Traces In Iran
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has condemned Iran after finding nuclear material at three undeclared sites amid concerns the Islamic nation will soon have atomic weapons.
Iran Removes Two IAEA Surveillance Cameras From Nuclear Facility
Iran removed two surveillance cameras of the International Atomic Energy Agency from one of its nuclear facilities on Wednesday, state television reported, a move that is likely to raise tensions with the UN nuclear watchdog.
FBI seizes retired general’s data, accuses him of being agent for Qatar
A retired Marine Corps general who once led U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan and later publicly backed Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign is facing scrutiny over allegations that he illegally lobbied government officials on behalf of the Persian Gulf nation of Qatar.
Massive 8.4 Earthquake Hits Russia’s Lake Baikal At Tough Time
Russian rescue services began a search operation for possible destruction or casualties after a magnitude 8.4 earthquake hit the Lake Baikal area near Russia's Irkutsk city officials said.
Developing countries face hunger due to Russian invasion of Ukraine
Developing countries like Somalia are facing famine as Russia’s blockade of Ukrainian ports prevents the distribution of grain, Sky News has reported. Ukraine exported sufficient grain to feed 400 million around the world last year, but this supply has been largely stopped since the ongoing Russian invasion.
Police Detain Driver After Crashing Car In Berlin Crowd, Killing One
German police say they have detained the driver who reportedly deliberately drove his car into students in the capital Berlin killing the teacher.
American serviceman suspected of deliberately causing blast at US base in Syria
The United States Army has announced it is investigating whether a US serviceman deliberately detonated the explosives which injured four Americans in a blast at the Green Village US base in northern Syria on April 7, the Independent UK reports.
Moscow To Annex More Territory In Ukraine
Ukraine’s strategic Kherson region, which the Russian military captured, will soon reunify with Russia, the local pro-Moscow authorities say.
Iran Train Derailment Kills Many, Injures Dozens
At least 10 people were killed and dozens injured after three train carriages derailed between the towns of Mashhad and Yazd, Iranian state media reported Wednesday.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Israel Rejects US-Brokered Peace Talks With Palestinian Authority
Israel has rejected a proposal by U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration to hold a high-level summit with the Palestinian Authority, officials said Wednesday.
Israel makes dramatic upgrades to military plans to attack Iran
In face of Iran’s continued development of a nuclear capability, the Israeli Air Force has developed a new capability to be able to fly its F-35 stealth fighter jets from Israel to the Islamic Republic without requiring mid-air refueling.
Netanyahu in talks to court MK from PM’s party in bid to end government
Opposition Leader Benjamin Netanyahu has been holding talks with a member of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's Yamina party to convince him to defect and bring about the collapse of the governing coalition, Ynet has learned on Wednesday.

Inside the United States
New York pro-life pregnancy center allegedly ‘firebombed’ by left-wing group, investigation launched
Authorities in New York launched an arson investigation after a pro-life Christian pregnancy center in Buffalo was allegedly targeted by vandals and lit on fire.
Armed Man Detained Near Conservative Judge Kavanaugh
An armed man who made threats against Brett Kavanaugh was detained early Wednesday near the conservative U.S. Supreme Court justice's Maryland home, the court confirmed.

Christian News
State Department report highlights constitutional violations of religious freedom in Nigeria
The Nigerian government has actively persecuted religion, contrary to the provision of religious freedom in Nigeria’s constitution, the US State Department found in its Annual Report on International Religious Freedom (IRF) published on June 2.
US State Department publishes annual report on worldwide religious freedom
he US Department of State has now published its 2021 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom, setting out the status of religious freedom in each country in the world, International Christian Concern (ICC reports). The USIRF report to Congress found that a number of countries with poor records on religious freedom had made significant improvements: these countries include Morocco, Taiwan and Iraq, ICC said. However, the situation is extremely severe and/or deteriorating in numerous other countries, including Pakistan and Yemen.
Pakistan Bails Mentally Challenged Christian After 3 Years In Jail
A mentally challenged Christian man has been released on bail after spending three years in a Pakistani jail on trumped-up charges of blasphemy against Islam, his lawyer told Worthy News late Tuesday.

Worthy Watch
FDA: “Significantly Elevated Risks” and “Long-Term Effects” from Vaccinations
In a June 2022 Panel, an FDA official stated, "the adjusted rate ratios are all elevated, some of them significantly elevated" for Myocarditis as a result of the mRNA vaccines. "There can be long-term, residual effects of myocarditis."
Airlines Forced to Ground Jets Without Pilots
The question must be asked, "Why is there a shortage of pilots?"
On the floor of the house, Rep. Chip Roy explains “Why we have a 2nd amendment?”
“We have a Second Amendment because we understand in this country that there are some things, inalienable rights, that you cannot justly take away from a free and equal human being," stated Rep. Chip Roy (R-Tx). He continued, "Tyrants disarm the people they intend to oppress!"
Milwaukee Brewers Promote Pride Month by Hosting a Pre-Game Drag Queen Show
The Milwaukee Brewers baseball team is hosting Pride Night Wednesday at their American Family Field, however, the main event is far from family-friendly.
Soros-Backed Investors Buy Dozens of Spanish Language Radio Stations
A group of Hispanic investors with backing from leftist billionaire George Soros have purchased 18 radio stations across 10 cities. The deal was worth roughly $60 million.

Worthy Insights
New York church invites drag queens for Pentecost service: ‘Worship is a Drag’
A church in upstate New York marked LGBT pride month by hosting a pair of drag queens at a worship service.
Methodist Church’s First Drag Queen Pastor: ‘God Is Nothing’
Last year, the United Methodist Church accepted Isaac Simmons, who regularly preaches dressed as a drag queen under the name Ms. Penny Cost, as a candidate for ordination. Since that time, Simmons, who serves as an associate pastor at Hope United Methodist Church in Bloomington, Illinois, has challenged basic theological concepts, projecting a worldview where divinity rests not in God but in queerness.
Did X-Files Predict the Future?
On a video going viral on Twitter, these X-Files snippets are from the 6th episode of their 10th season shot aired on February 22, 2016.
Healthy Young People Are Dying Suddenly and Unexpectedly
Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, or Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS), is an “umbrella term to describe unexpected deaths in young people”, usually under 40, when a post-mortem can find no obvious cause of death, according to the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).