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The United States warns Israel that a strike on Iran may affect existing peace treaties. According to Israel National News, U.S. officials recently warned Israel that Egypt and Jordan could annul their peace treaties with the Jewish State if it carries out a preemptive strike against Iran. A high-level Israeli official said Washington had warned the Jewish state that Arab leaders would not be able to control an angry public backlash if Israel were to mount an attack on Iran.

A Christian school in Indonesia is being threatened with closure for not teaching Islam. According to Asia News, a private Catholic school in the world's largest Muslim majority nation is facing pressure to start teaching Islam to its nearly fourteen hundred students, despite the fact that only two of the students are Muslim. The school has received threats and has been told by the local Education Department that failure to comply could lead to the school's forced closure.

Iran admits lying to inspectors about nuclear program. According to Israel National News, Fe-rey-doun Ab-ba-si, head of Iran's Atomic Energy Agency, said in an interview with a London-based Arabic newspaper that Tehran had on occasion 'misled' International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors on a number of issues. Ab-ba-si stated: "At times we submitted false information in order to defend the nuclear facilities and our achievements. We had no choice but to mislead the IAEA and other spies."

The Bible says in Matthew 24:14: "And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come."

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