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Western nations closer to attack on Syria (Second Coming Watch Update #382)

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1. According to The Times of Israel, Days after the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad allegedly carried out a chemical attack in a Damascus suburb that killed hundreds of people, Western nations and their Arab allies are actively planning a military strike.

2. According to Ynet News, a member of the Syrian Ba'ath national council Halef al-Muftah, until recently the Syrian propaganda minister's aide, said on Monday that Damascus views Israel as "behind the aggression and therefore it will come under fire" should Syria be attacked by the United States.

3. According to the Scientific American, a new study has found that the U.S. electrical system is on the verge of collapse. A new mathematical look at spatial networks states that, at any given moment, the national grid is just a couple of nodes away from abrupt, unpredictable failure.

4. According to the Christian Science Monitor, After a deadly car bomb attack in southern Beirut last week, Hezbollah finds itself in a position similar to that of its enemies in Israel and the West in the post-9/11 era – trying to maintain security without causing too much disruption to people’s lives.

5. According to the Times of Israel and the Associated Press, Clashes between Palestinians and IDF soldiers resumed on Monday afternoon in the West Bank refugee camp of Qalandiya, north of Jerusalem, following a funeral for three Palestinians who were killed in a confrontation with Israeli Border Police there earlier in the day.

The Bible says in Revelation 1:7: "Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen."

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