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Israel, Saudis working jointly on Iran strike (Second Coming Watch Update #429)

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1. According to The Times of Israel, Israel is working on coordinating plans for a possible military strike with Saudi Arabia, with Riyadh prepared to provide tactical support to Jerusalem. The two countries have both united in worry that the West may come to terms with Iran, easing sanctions and allowing the Islamic Republic to continue its nuclear program.

2. According to Haaretz, French President Hollande (OH-LAHD) arrived Sunday in Tel Aviv on his first official visit as head of state to Israel, which has welcomed Paris’ tough stance in talks with Iran over its nuclear program. 

3. According to Newsmax, American-Jewish commentator Ben Stein has said that President Barack Obama's "deeply naive" premise that Iran would suddenly end its nuclear activities in exchange for an easing of sanctions that have crippled its economy for five years would make the "annihilation" of Jews possible. 

4. According to Israel National News, a video offering a rare look at the Al Qaeda-linked rebel groups operating in Syria offers some of the most compelling evidence yet of the involvement of western citizens in the country's ongoing civil war. 

5. According to Israel National News, President Shimon Peres is warning that if Iran manages to build an atomic bomb, other countries in the Middle East could follow suit. 

The Bible says in Acts 3:20-21: "And he shall send Jesus Christ, which before was preached unto you:  Whom the heaven must receive until the times of restitution of all things, which God hath spoken by the mouth of all his holy prophets since the world began."
  
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