The United States will send more warships to Asia. According to Reuters, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta gave the first details of a new U.S. military strategy saying that the United States will shift a majority of its warships to the Asia-Pacific region by 2020. Fleshing out details of a strategic pivot to Asia announced in January, Panetta said the United States would reposition its Navy fleet so 60 percent of its battleships would be assigned there, up from about 50 percent now, while maintaining six aircraft carriers in the region.
Arab believers risk death to share their faith. According to CBN News, many Muslims throughout the Middle East are coming to Christ through signs and wonders like those performed by Paul and Barnabas in the Book of Acts. One evangelist named Rasim shares his faith in mosques, handing out Bibles and praying with those who are sick. He says that it is hard to be a Christian in a Muslim-dominated society, especially in Egypt where Christians were murdered in the streets earlier this year near the city of Luxor. Despite the risks, some bold Middle Eastern Christians feel compelled to share their faith with Muslims and other people. One evangelist stated, "Of course living for Christ in Iraq is not easy for anybody. But despite this difficult situation the salvation of souls is taking place in big numbers among masses in Iraq."
New report says that President Obama has ordered cyberattacks on Iran. According to the AFP, U.S. President Barack Obama accelerated cyberattacks on Iran's nuclear program and expanded the assault even after the Stuxnet virus accidentally escaped in 2010. The operation, begun under president George W. Bush and codenamed "Olympic Games," is the first known sustained US cyberattack ever launched on another country, and used malicious code developed with Israel.
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