Prophecy News Watch - September 7, 2022

Around the World
Nuclear deal with Iran off the table for time being, US has indicated to Israel
A new nuclear deal between Iran and world powers is off the table and will not be signed in the foreseeable future, The Times of Israel’s sister site Zman Yisrael has learned. This is the message that was conveyed to Prime Minister Yair Lapid in his recent conversations with US President Joe Biden and other administration officials.
Suspect In Canada Mass Killings Found Dead; Other Attacker Still Running
One of the two men suspected of carrying out a massacre within an indigenous community in western Canada has been found dead, police confirmed.
Britain’s New PM Liz Truss Facing Unrest
Liz Truss became Britain’s prime minister on Tuesday after Queen Elizabeth II asked her to form a government as the nation faces its biggest challenges in years.
Europe’s Largest Nuclear Power Plant Of Grid As Fire Raises Concerns
Authorities say a fire caused by shelling has forced the staff of Europe's largest nuclear plant in Ukraine to disconnect from the nation's power grid. It showed that risks remained at the plant despite the presence of United Nations experts, with Kyiv warning of a possible nuclear disaster.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Lapid: Israel will act as it “sees fit” to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear bomb
As the Vienna talks on reviving the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) Iran nuclear agreement appear to have faltered yet again, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid warned Tuesday that Israel will act as it sees fit to thwart Iranian efforts to obtain a nuclear bomb, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.
IDF publishes 2002 intelligence document warning of Syria’s nuclear aspirations
The Israel Defense Forces have published a previously secret intelligence document from 2002, in which the Military Intelligence Directorate warned Syria may be seeking to launch a military nuclear program, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.
Alleged Israeli airstrikes target Syrian airports for second time in week
Alleged Israeli airstrikes targeted the Aleppo and Deir al Zor airports in northern Syria on Tuesday night, according to Syrian state news agency SANA.

Inside the United States
Senate Democrats Could Link Same-Sex Marriage, Gov’t Funding Bills: Source
Democratic leadership in the U.S. Senate could add language protecting gay marriage rights to a stopgap bill to keep the federal government funded in a bid to increase pressure on Republicans to support it, a Democratic source said on Tuesday.
Tropical Storm Earl expected to become hurricane
Tropical Storm Earl is expected to become a hurricane later this week.
Mass Shootings Sweep Democrat-Run Cities During Labor Day Weekend
At least 11 mass shootings have occurred across mostly Democrat-run cities nationwide during Labor Day weekend so far, killing at least 15 people, according to Gun Violence Archive.

Christian News
Ireland: Christian teacher jailed for contempt of court following school row over transgender pronouns
A Christian teacher in Ireland has been jailed for contempt of court after being suspended from the school he taught at for refusing to address a transgender student by their preferred pronoun, Christian Today (CT) reports.
Somali pastor violently attacked by father-in-law for leaving Islam
A Somali pastor sustained severe injuries when his Somali father-in-law violently assaulted him last month for refusing to return to Islam, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. Somalis believe they are born Muslim, and anyone who leaves Islam can be charged with apostasy and sentenced to death.