Prophecy News Watch - September 1, 2023

Around the World
US Embassy in Haiti says Americans should leave island ‘as soon as possible’
The U.S. Embassy in Haiti advised all U.S. citizens in the island nation to leave the country "as soon as possible" due to the region's deteriorating security situation.
70 Killed As Fire Hits Johannesburg Migrants Building
More than 70 people have died and scores were injured after a fire in an apartment block in South Africa's city of Johannesburg, mainly used by migrants, officials confirmed Thursday.
Canada issues travel advisory for LGBTQ Canadians traveling to US
Canada on Tuesday updated its travel advisory for Canadians visiting the United States by adding a section advising LGBTQ travelers that some American states have implemented laws that may present them with “barriers” and “risks,” the Canada Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) reports.
‘Ukraine Ready To Improve Hungarian Rights’
Hungary’s president said Tuesday that Ukraine’s leader is ready to restore language and administrative rights to ethnic Hungarians, many of whom fight and die in the Ukrainian army.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
New Findings Confirm Ancient Israelite Worship of ‘Yahweh’
Test results on a small lead amulet found in an archeological project linked to Joshua’s Altar on Mount Ebal, named after the Biblical leader has confirmed that it contains the oldest known proto-Hebraic inscription of the divine name “Yahweh” (in Hebrew יְהוָה ), sources tell Worthy News.
Iran is prompting Hezbollah to attack Israel, Defense Minister Gallant say
Israel’s Defense Minister Yoav Gallant has warned United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres that Iran is encouraging Hezbollah, its proxy in Lebanon, to attack Israel’s northern border, CBN News reports. Iran’s Islamic fundamentalist regime and the Hezbollah Lebanese terrorist organization are political and military allies, and sworn enemies of Israel.
Iran threatens Israel with “retaliation” following airstrike on Syrian airport
Iran’s Foreign Minister has threatened Israel with retaliation following an airstrike Monday on Syria’s international airport in Aleppo, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports. The Iranian Islamic fundamentalist regime has been a staunch ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad since civil war broke out in Syria in 2011.

Inside the United States
Report: Pentagon’s medical intel arm uncovered evidence suggesting COVID-19’s lab origins
Scientists at the Pentagon’s premier medical intelligence unit uncovered evidence during the COVID-19 pandemic suggesting that the outbreak of the disease was caused by a virus engineered at a now-infamous Chinese laboratory in Wuhan.
McConnell Cleared After Second Health Scare, Renews Calls for ‘Term Limits’ for Lawmakers
There are renewed concerns for some of America's most experienced political leaders after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) experienced another health scare.
CA Mom Settles for $100K in ‘Landmark Victory’ Alleging School ‘Socially Transitioned’ Daughter
A California school district has settled a lawsuit for $100,000 with a mother who alleged her daughter was socially transitioned to a new "gender identity" by school staff without informing or getting her permission.
Hurricane Idalia insurance claims estimated to cost Florida insurers $9.36B after historic landfall
Insurance claims in Flordia stemming from Hurricane Idalia, which made historic landfall over the state’s Gulf Coast as a Category 3 storm, are expected to cost billions of dollars, Reuters reports.

Christian News
Pakistan Churches Face Islamic Graffiti Attacks
Christians in several parts of Pakistan faced a new dilemma Thursday after their churches were painted with pro-Islam slogans by suspected Muslim militants, according to footage obtained by Worthy News.
Nigeria: Christians murdered, abducted in Kaduna state
Christians in Nigeria’s Kaduna state continue to face extremely violent persecution as Islamic terrorists murdered a Christian woman on August 9, shot a Baptist pastor dead on August 23, and kidnapped two Anglican brothers on August 25, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. Nigeria ranks number one in the world for the number of Christians murdered (5,014 last year) and kidnapped (4,726 last year), according to data collected by the US Open Doors International Christian advocacy organization.