Prophecy News Watch - September 9, 2022

Around the World
US Pledges Billions To Ukraine As Fighting Against Russia Intensifies
The United States says it will give nearly $2.7 billion in military aid and related assistance to war-torn Ukraine and more than a dozen neighbors and regional partners.
Russia Threatens To Halt Grain Amid Drills With China
Russian Vladimir Putin has made clear he could impose a new naval blockade in the Black Sea, blocking grain exports after he oversaw military drills with China and other nations.
President: ‘Ukraine Recapturing Lost Territories’
Ukraine's president said Wednesday that his forces recaptured several areas from Russia, but his remarks were overshadowed by reports that a British aid worker was tortured to death.
After a lifetime of preparation, Charles takes the throne
Prince Charles has been preparing for the crown his entire life. Now, at age 73, that moment has finally arrived.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth Dead At 96
Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-serving monarch, has died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, aged 96, after reigning for 70 years, the palace said.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Gas to begin flowing ‘in weeks’ from Israeli offshore gas field claimed by Lebanon
A London-listed company licensed by Israel to extract gas from a maritime field that is in part claimed by Lebanon announced Thursday that it would begin yielding output within weeks.
Covid Vaccines No Longer Needed Thanks to New Natural Israeli Antibody Treatment
A scientific breakthrough against COVID-19 has been realized by Tel Aviv University. A team of scientists from the university has demonstrated that antibodies isolated from the immune system of recovered COVID-19 patients are effective in neutralizing all known strains of the virus. This includes the Delta and the Omicron variants. This discovery may eliminate the need for repeated booster vaccinations and strengthen the immune system of populations at risk, according to the researchers.

Inside the United States
Same-Sex Marriage Agenda Could Be Lumped in with Monkeypox and Ukraine in Senate Spending Bill
Democrats and Republicans are working on a continuing resolution that would fund the government to keep it running until December.
Michigan Supreme Court puts abortion question on November ballot
Voters will determine whether to place abortion rights in the Michigan Constitution, the state Supreme Court declared Thursday, settling the issue a day before the fall ballot must be completed.
Feds reeling from new vax study, lawsuits on social media censorship and COVID stat manipulation
Public health agencies are facing perhaps the most serious threats to their control over information since the COVID-19 pandemic started, playing defense in lawsuits that have already exposed substantial federal involvement in censorship and could next uncloak alleged manipulation of data that has driven COVID policy from the start.
Oregon Bakers Return to Supreme Court Over Refusal to Bake Same-Sex Wedding Cake
Christian owners of an Oregon bakery have returned to the Supreme Court to ask the justices to hear their challenge to a lower court ruling that they discriminated against a lesbian couple.
NY Court: Christian adoption agency cannot be shut down for denying placement with same-sex, co-habiting heterosexual couples
A New York district judge ruled Tuesday that a Christian adoption agency that does not receive federal funding cannot be shut down for refusing to place children with same-sex couples and unmarried cohabitating heterosexual couples, the Christian Post (CP) reports.

Christian News
Bible is being translated into 20 Zambian languages
The Wycliffe Associates Bible translation organization has launched a major pioneering work in that it is now translating the Scriptures into 20 new languages that are native to Zambia, Africa, Christian Headlines reports.
Sinai: Coptic Christian farmers shot dead by Islamic State
A Coptic Christian farmer and his son were shot dead by Islamic State insurgents in the Sinai peninsula, Egypt, at the end of last month, Watani International reports.
Nigeria: Fulani murder six more Christians in ongoing slaughter
Fulani jihadi herdsmen are continuing their slaughter of Christians in Nigeria, murdering six Christians in Benue state on September 1, Morning Star News (MSN) reports. By the end of last year, Islamic extremists in Nigeria had murdered 43,000 Christians since 2009 according to International Christian Concern; that number has increased relentlessly in 2022.

Worthy Watch
Israel Acquires Ancient Papyrus Containing Hebrew Inscription of Biblical Name
Israel has acquired a previously unknown ancient papyrus bearing a Hebrew inscription dated to around 2,700 years ago that had long been in possession of a Montana resident, the country's antiquities authority said Wednesday.

Worthy Insights
One In Five Democrats Believe Men Can Get Pregnant: POLL
Nearly a quarter of Democrats believe men are capable of getting pregnant, according to a recent poll.