Prophecy News Watch - November 28, 2022

Around the World
Protests Spread In China, Threatening Rulers
Protests in China against the communist government's strict COVID-19 measures had spread throughout the country Monday in the biggest challenge for Xi Jinping since becoming president in 2013.
Hungary Delaying NATO Expansion Seeks Israel’s Defense
Hungary’s controversial prime minister says his country will only consider ratifying NATO military alliance membership of Finland and Sweden next year.
Build the wall? Finland plans border fence with Russia as NATO membership looms
It’s shaping up to be far less imposing than the Berlin Wall and not nearly as politically divisive as President Trump’s coveted barrier between the U.S. and Mexico, but Finland’s planned border fence with Russia looks to be a major geopolitical statement.
Iran protests: UN Human Rights Council votes to investigate regime’s violent response
The U.N. voted to commence an investigation into Iran’s crackdown on nationwide protests over the past two months.
Report: Iran developing missiles that could eliminate obstacles to delivering nuke
Iran has reportedly been developing large cruise missiles that could potentially “eliminate many of the obstacles” toward delivering a nuclear bomb.
Beijing adds new quarantine centers, as daily COVID cases break records across China
Residents of some parts of China’s capital were emptying supermarket shelves and overwhelming delivery apps Friday as the city government ordered faster construction of COVID-19 quarantine centers and field hospitals.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Netanyahu walks political and diplomatic tightrope as he forms coalition
Israel’s presumed prime minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu is working to form a government amid political and diplomatic challenges.

Inside the United States
Respect for Marriage Act pending in Senate is raising constitutional concerns
Several groups argue the Respect for Marriage Act (ROMA) currently before the U.S. Senate is unconstitutional, and if enacted, will eventually be struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin pushes for new mental health agenda after mass shootings
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is proposing a new agenda on mental health priorities following two mass shootings that left roughly 10 people dead.
Biden admin scrambles to track $20B in Ukraine aid as House Republicans warn of audits
President Biden's administration is scrambling to track the nearly $20 billion in military aid it has sent to Ukraine as Republicans warn of impending audits when they take control of the House in January.