Prophecy News Watch - September 2, 2022

Around the World
Brain tumors vanish in mice after Israeli study finds and destroys ‘power source’
An Israeli study has eliminated glioblastoma, the most deadly brain tumors, in mice by identifying and destroying their “power source.”
UN nuclear agency completes first tour of besieged nuclear power plant, will establish ‘continued presence’
The United Nations nuclear agency completed its first tour of the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in southern Ukraine on Thursday and will stay at the Russian-occupied facility amid nearby fighting.
China Threatens To Destroy Musk’s Satellites
China’s military is investigating how to destroy billionaire Elon Musk's satellite system, Worthy News monitored Thursday.
Hungary Signs Russian Gas Deal Despite EU Objections
In defiance of European Union policies, Hungary signed a deal with Russia to increase natural gas deliveries.
Netherlands Mourns 7 After Truck Hits Barbecue Gathering
The Dutch royal family and prime minister have expressed shock and sorrow after a truck drove off a dike and slammed into a community barbecue, killing seven, including an unborn child.
Iran is progressing its advanced uranium enrichment program, UN nuclear watchdog says
The United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has reported that Iran is upgrading its advanced uranium enrichment program and is now using state-of-the-art IR-6 centrifuges installed at the underground Fuel Enrichment Plant (FEP) in Natanz, the Jewish News Syndicate (JNS) reports.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
US: Hezbollah’s amassing of weapons on Israel’s northern border must stop
Hezbollah must stop amassing weapons on Israel’s northern border, the US’s Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations, Richard Mills, told the UN Security Council in New York on Wednesday, after it voted to renew the mandate of the organization’s peacekeepers in southern Lebanon.
Hezbollah to increase forces in Syria over fear of Israeli attacks
Lebanon-based terror group Hezbollah has reportedly increased its forces in Syria due to fear of Israeli attacks, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) stated on Thursday morning.
Satellite image shows damage to Aleppo airport after reported Israeli raid
A satellite image taken Thursday showed damage at the Aleppo International Airport in northern Syria, in an airstrike attributed to Israel the previous night.

Inside the United States
CDC signs off on reformulated COVID-19 booster
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention endorsed Thursday the reformulated COVID-19 booster shots authorized by U.S. regulators one day prior, clearing the way for people to seek another shot before a potential winter surge.
‘Indiana Supreme Court Just Protected all Religious Institutions to Be Free from Government Interference’
In 2017, Joshua Payne-Elliott, who taught at Cathedral Catholic High School in Indianapolis, entered a same-sex union in violation of both his employment agreement and Catholic teaching. After an extensive period of dialogue between the high school and the archdiocese, it was made clear to Cathedral that it needed to require teachers to uphold Church teaching to remain affiliated with the Catholic Church.
SCOTUS Justice Sotomayor rejects NYC detective’s request to block COVID-19 vaccine mandate
A New York City Police Department detective may yet lose his job for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine after US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Monday rejected his request for an emergency injunction that would prevent the city from firing him, the Associated Press reports.

Christian News
Mozambique: Christians in danger as Islamic terror insurgency continues
Christians in Mozambique live in danger as al-Shabaab ISIS-affiliated Islamic insurgents continue to wreak terror, now causing the total number of internally displaced people (IDPs) in the country to rise by 80,000, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports.
Uganda: Three former imams face death threats after conversion to Christianity
Three former imams who converted to Christianity in Uganda are in hiding as members of their local Muslim community have threatened to kill them, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports. ICC has helped to provide food for the families of the three new converts, Tamir, Salomon, and Michael. The former imams’ full names and locations have been withheld for security reasons.