Eritrea Releases 10 Christian Prisoners

Eritrea has released a further 10 Christians from one of its notorious prison facilities bringing the total to nearly 80 freed believers since September, Worthy News learned.

Saudi Arabia may acquire nuclear weapons if Iran does

Saudi Arabia has announced it will consider obtaining nuclear weapons if Iran acquires them, the Times of Israel reports. The Saudi Minister for foreign affairs Adel al-Jubeir made the announcement during a recent interview with the German news agency DPA.

Arabs states draw closer to Israel to counter defiant Turkey, Iran

The decision by three Arab states to make peace with Israel can be credited both to efforts by the White House under US President Donald Trump administration and the recognition by these Sunni states that doing so would bolster their security against ongoing threats from Turkey and Iran.

Archaeologists find 1,000 year-old coins in Jerusalem

Israeli archaeologists have unearthed a jar containing 1,000-year-old coins in the Old City of Jerusalem, CBN News reports. Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) inspector Yevgenia Kapil made the discovery during preliminary digging for a Western Wall elevator installation in October.

Eritrea Detains Dozens Of Christians

Dozens of Christians have been detained in Eritrea in the latest government crackdown on devoted believers, advocacy representatives said Friday.

U.S.-led Forces Attack Islamic State in Syria

U.S.-led coalition forces have reportedly hit back against an Islamic State cell in Syria. They captured a midlevel leader linked to increasing attacks by the terror group in the Deir el-Zour countryside, the Voice of America (VOA) network said Thursday.

Peace plan arriving at twelve noon on Tuesday

The US administration of President Donald Trump will release its ‘Deal of the Century’ peace plan at twelve noon on Tuesday, in a move that has received surprising approbation from both leftist Israeli opposition leader Benny Gantz and Sunni Arab states Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.

Erdogan extends his reach into Libya, some think to restore Ottoman Empire

In what many observers see as an effort to exert substantial control over the Mediterranean in view of restoring the former glory of the Ottoman Caliphate, Turkey has begun sending Syrian mercenaries to Libya to bolster the UN-backed government there against General Khalifa Haftar and his rebels.

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