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Israel says it 'won't rest until Iran drops uranium enrichment' (Second Coming Watch Update #137)

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Israel says it 'won't rest until Iran drops uranium enrichment'. According to the Jerusalem Post, Strategic Affairs Minister Moshe Ya'alon said that Israel will not rest until Iran gives up its uranium enrichment program. While speaking at a conference in northern Israel, he said, "One way or another, the nuclear program must be stopped, and not necessarily by war. That would be the last move."

New book on prophecy says the antichrist may arise from the Middle East. New York Times bestselling author Joel Richardson steps into the debate surrounding the identity of the antichrist with his new book, Mideast Beast: The Scriptural Case for an Islamic Antichrist. According to a book review published on World Net Daily, "The author shows that he has a firm grasp on the core of Bible prophecy teaching and makes some compelling observations with regard to traditional understandings." His theory has met with strong resistance by two divergent groups: Muslims (of course), and teachers of Bible prophecy, many of whom are invested in an Antichrist of European heritage. The book was released on July 5th and retails for $25.95

There are rumors that Muslims are demanding that 20 churches in Indonesia be shut down. According to the Jakarta Globe, Indonesian Home Affairs Minister Gam-a-wan Fau-zi said he was disheartened by "rumored" demands to close 20 churches in Aceh, explaining that local residents need to accept that Indonesia is a pluralistic nation with more than one recognized religion. The minister was responding to a report that residents of the conservative Islamic province have demanded the closure of 20 churches. Last month, 16 storefront churches were shut down in the Aceh Sing-kil district amid demands from local Muslim groups. Fau-zi warned Aceh residents to resist religious intolerance.
 

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