Iran is at an unprecedented “low point” due to actions carried out by Israel and the US, but it has not stopped investing in its nuclear project, OC IDF Intelligence Maj.-Gen. Tamir Heiman said this week.
Netanyahu was boasting about a new drug developed by Prof. Nadir Arber, director of the research project on developing an anti-coronavirus drug, with whom he had just met, together with Dr. Sharon Shapiro, director of the lab in which the drug is being tested, and Prof. Ronni Gamzu, director of Ichilov Hospital and former corona czar.
Iran will build nuclear weapons if Tehran’s demands regarding economic sanctions are not met, according to a top government official.
The Senate Tuesday convened for the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump and will begin with a debate and vote on whether it is constitutional to try to convict an ex-president.
Haitian President Jovenel Moise has retired three Supreme Court justices, two days after announcing a foiled coup attempt.
The Israel Defense Forces does not anticipate the outbreak of a large-scale war in the coming year, but does expect that Hezbollah and other terror groups will likely initiate more limited rounds of violence, according to its annual intelligence assessment.
A new census shows that the number of Protestants in Mexico now exceeds 10 percent of the predominantly Catholic population, Christianity Today reports. Mexico has historically been dominated by the Catholic Church and ranks as one of the most strongly Catholic countries in Latin America.
The government of Eritrea has released 70 Christians who had been in prison for between two to twelve years without trial, International Christian Concern reports. However, rights advocates do not believe this action by the military dictatorship signals a change in its abusive stance toward Evangelical Christians.
The American Humanist Association (AHA) has threatened court action unless city council officials in Aberdeen, Maryland stop opening meetings with Christian prayer, the Christian Post reports.
Hindu nationalists carried out another attack on Christians in southern India on January 31, International Christian Concern reports. Six of the twenty-eight Christians who were injured in the attack in the Ramnagara District of Karnataka required hospital treatment.