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Authorities are Checking 'Al-Qaeda' Threats in New York and Berlin (Second Coming Watch #64)

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Authorities are Checking 'Al-Qaeda' Threats in New York and Berlin. According to Israel National News, authorities in New York and Berlin are investigating threats made on websites associated with Islamist radicals promising to conduct attacks in both cities. Officials in New York said that it was possible that the threats were genuine, although they were also investigating the possibility that the threats were a prank. Meanwhile, In Berlin, officials said that the threats probably did emanate from Al-Qaeda associated groups, who are demanding the release of a terrorist being held in a German prison.

Netanyahu speaks on rocket fired from Egypt. According to the Jerusalem Post, Netanyahu vowed to strike at those who attack Israel and said the Jewish state can never stop fighting terrorism. He also stated that the Sinai had become a 'terror zone' which is something that Israel is "dealing with." Meanwhile, Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Israeli Defense Forces were "studying the incident and will strike the people who fired on Eilat and attempted to harm Israeli citizens. There will be no compromises."

The Bible says in Zechariah 2:8, "For thus saith the LORD of hosts; After the glory hath he sent me unto the nations which spoiled you: for he that toucheth you toucheth the apple of his eye."

Nigeria is on alert for Potential Easter Attacks. According to the Daily Star, Nigerian authorities have boosted security for this weekend's Easter commemorations, fearing extremists will use the Christian holiday to carry out further attacks. Meanwhile, soldiers killed three suspected members of Islamist group Boko Haram in a shootout in the city of Kano on Tuesday night. Boko Haram has previously targeted Christians in attacks, including a Christmas bombing at a church outside the capital which killed at least 44 people.