Prophecy News Watch - September 6, 2022

Around the World
Somalia is facing catastrophic deadly famine, UN says
The United Nations Humanitarian Chief announced Monday that Somalia is facing a second catastrophic famine, worse than that of 2011, in which 260,000 people died, DW reports. The causes of the impending catastrophe are manifold, including four years of drought and a decade of disruption wrought by an insurgency led by the Islamic State-affiliated al-Shabab terror group.
Liz Truss Britain’s Next Prime Minister Amid Recession Fears
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss was elected Britain's next prime minister and the new leader of the Conservative Party on Monday after beating her rival in a crucial party vote, but recession fears overshadowed the election joy.
Dutch Minister Resigns Over Nitrogen Rallies
The Dutch agriculture minister resigned Monday after weeks of protests by farmers who fear for their livelihoods due to the Netherlands’ strictest nitrogen policies in Europe.
Court Deals Blow To Russian Press By Revoking Novaya Gazeta Print License
A court in Moscow has revoked the print license of the independent Novaya gazeta newspaper, which was founded in part with money from former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, less than a year after its editor in chief, Dmitry Muratov, won the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize.
Iran says it’s considering purchase of advanced Sukhoi Su-35 jets from Russia
Iran is weighing plans to buy Sukhoi Su-35 fighter jets from Russia, Air Force chief Hamid Vahedi was reported as saying by local media.
Kenya’s Supreme Court Confirms William Ruto As Presidential Winner
Kenya’s Supreme Court has ruled against candidate Raila Odinga's challenge to the outcome of last month's presidential election.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Israel, US conduct joint missile-defense exercise
The Israel Missile Defense Organization (IMDO), together with the U.S. Missile Defense Agency (MDA), the Israeli Air Defense Command, and the U.S. Air and Missile Defense Task Force carried out a joint simulation training exercise in Elbit Systems’ Battle Lab that took place in late July and focused on protecting the State of Israel from Ballistic Threats.
In signal to Iran, Israeli jets again escort US nuclear-capable bombers through region
Three Israeli F-16i fighter jets escorted two American B-52 bombers Sunday as they made their way through Israeli airspace en route to the Persian Gulf, in a show of military might to Iran.
IDF Has Arrested 1,500 Terror Operatives, ‘Lack of Governance’ By The PA in West Bank to Blame For Violence: Chief of Staff
The Israeli military arrested around 1,500 terror operatives and thwarted hundreds of attacks in the months since undertaking a major operation to stem an uptick in Palestinian violence, its chief of staff said Monday.
IDF admits ‘high possibility’ that stray Israeli bullet killed Abu Akleh
An Israeli investigation has concluded that it is impossible to determine who fired the bullet that killed a Palestinian journalist, but “there is a high possibility that Ms. (Shireen) Abu Akleh was accidentally hit by IDF gunfire.”

Inside the United States
Disney normalizes the occult, distributes animated series centering on 13-year-old daughter of Satan
Disney is advancing the normalization of satanism and demonic interaction and activity through its distribution of a new animated series on FX called “Little Demon,” Church Leaders reports. Little Demon is streamed on Hulu and centers on the 13-year-old antiChrist daughter of a woman who was impregnated by Satan.
Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan Might Cost Up to $1 Trillion
President Joe Biden's plan to erase student debt and modify payments for millions of Americans could cost as much as $1 trillion, according to budget analysts.
Judge Grants Trump Bid for Special Master in Document Search
A federal judge on Monday granted a request by former President Donald Trump’s legal team to appoint a special master to review documents seized by the FBI during a search of his Florida home last month.
California school district tries to shut down private Christian school over building concern
The Ventura Unified School District near Los Angeles, Calif., is trying to shut down Ventura County Christian School, claiming that their building is structurally unsound and unsafe.

Christian News
Nigeria: Christian man hacked to death at National Youth Service Corps headquarters
A young Christian man serving with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Nigeria’s Adamawa state was hacked to death with machetes on August 26 in what is believed to have been a targeted attack, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.