Prophecy News Watch - November 3, 2022

Around the World
North Korea Fires Missiles Toward South
North Korea has fired at least 23 missiles toward South Korea, the most ever in a single day, prompting the South to launch its rockets while issuing rare air raid warnings.
China condemns deployment of US B-52s to Australia
China has condemned reported US plans to deploy as many as six B-52 bombers to northern Australia as part of a plan to build maintenance facilities and parking places for the bombers at Royal Australian Air Force Base Tindal, the Washington Times reports.
US forces now on the ground in Ukraine
U.S. military personnel are now on the ground in Ukraine, keeping track of and inspecting weapons the U.S. has shipped to Ukrainian forces, a senior defense official announced during a Pentagon background briefing on Monday. These U.S. personnel are some of the first the Pentagon has acknowledged have entered Ukraine since Russia launched its large scale invasion of the country in February.
US, Saudi Arabia: ‘Iran Attacks Imminent’
Iran has ordered attacks against targets in Saudi Arabia and United States forces prompting both nations to be on high alert, several sources said Tuesday.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Benjamin Netanyahu faces balancing act after Israel election comeback
Netanyahu has pledged to build on the achievement of his last term in office, the Abraham Accords with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, that opened the way for a possible normalization of relations with other Arab countries.

Inside the United States
Florida’s new election crimes office flags left-wing, ballot-harvesting operation in Orlando
Florida’s newly created Office of Election Crimes and Security is requesting a criminal investigation into charges of ballot harvesting in Orlando, a Democratic stronghold in the critical swing state.
U.S. Interest Rates Rise Amid Soaring Inflation
U.S. interest rates rose again Wednesday in a sign that soaring inflation is hard to control in the world’s largest economy.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules incorrectly dated mail-in ballots cannot be counted
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that state election officials should not count mail-in and absentee ballots that arrive in undated or incorrectly dated envelopes, the Washington Times reports. Just days before the November 8 midterm elections, the Pennsylvania court’s decision is an important win for Republicans who filed suit in October to ensure incorrectly dated mail-in ballots are not counted, the Times noted.

Christian News
US Christian organization delivers 225,000 children’s Bibles to North Macedonia
A Texas-based Christian organization has this year delivered 225,000 Children and Teen Bibles to North Macedonia, an eastern European country that was part of the former communist federation of Yugoslavia and where Bibles are still hard to come by.

Worthy Watch
True the Vote Founders Arrested After Chaotic Texas Court Hearing
The founders of the group True the Vote are now behind bars after being found in contempt of court for refusing to name people who gave it information concerning a company that provides software used in elections.

Worthy Insights
CIA director urged Bolsonaro to stop doubting Brazil’s voting system
The CIA director William Burns urged Jair Bolsonaro to stop questioning his country’s voting system, it has been claimed, amid growing fears the Brazilian president might refuse to accept defeat in this year’s election.
Leaked Documents Outline DHS’s Plans to Police Disinformation
The Department of Homeland Security is quietly broadening its efforts to curb speech it considers dangerous, an investigation by The Intercept has found. Years of internal DHS memos, emails, and documents — obtained via leaks and an ongoing lawsuit, as well as public documents — illustrate an expansive effort by the agency to influence tech platforms.
Elon Musk Leads Celebrities Attending Heidi Klum’s Halloween Party
Taking a break from being the new "Chief Twit" at Twitter, Elon Musk attended Heidi Klum's famous Halloween party, alongside a number of celebrities.