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Israel says Iran's Nuclear Program Will Soon be Strike-proof (Second Coming Watch #47)

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Israel says Iran's nuclear program will soon be strike-proof. According to the Associated Press, Israel views the threat posed by a nuclear-armed Iran with greater urgency than the rest of the world. Israel's defense minister Ehud Barak reiterated recent Israeli assessments that Iran's nuclear program is on the verge of becoming immune to disruptions by a possible military strike. The remarks are likely to fuel already rampant speculation that Israel is preparing for a strike before Iran moves most of its nuclear facilities underground and beyond the reach of a precision attack.

Drug-resistant tuberculosis is a "rapidly rising" disease among both the rich and poor. According to Reuters, rapidly rising rates of drug-resistant Tuberculosis in some of the wealthiest cities in the world, as well as across Africa and Asia, are again making history. London has been dubbed the "tuberculosis capital of Europe", and a startling recent study documenting new cases of so-called "totally drug resistant" tuberculosis in India suggests the modern-day tale of this disease could get a lot worse. Ruth McNerney, an expert on tuberculosis at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said "We can't afford this genie to get out of the bag. Because once it has, I don't know how we'll control tuberculosis."

The Bible says in Matthew 24:7 that in the last days, "nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places."

Israeli Prime Minister speaks at Christians United for Israel event in Jerusalem. According to Haaretz, Netanyahu stated that he was proud that Muslims and Christians could practice their faith freely in Israel.