Stories We Are Looking At Today: November 25, 2015

Story 1: Secretary of State John Kerry, who once served in Vietnam, is in Ramallah: He says, the USA is committed to Palestinian statehood

He spoke to the press after meeting with Abbas. Kerry said he is in the region at Obama’s request, ‘to see what we can do to try to help’

This is beyond pathetic. As we have said over and over again, Abbas is not a partner for peace. He continually stirs up his own people to violence, has denied the Holocaust, and will not condemn the constant terrorist attacks and murders of Israelis.

This makes the USA look all the more weak. Sign 5 of our “14 signs of the end” is no superpower in the “last days” which can, or will, help Israel in the Ezekiel 38 invasion.

Story 2: Obama: Convening Climate Conference Sends A Power Rebuke To ISIS

This is certainly a head-scratcher! Of course, the President has said that the biggest problem in the world today is “climate change.” I’m sure this will really terrify ISIS!

This is further indication of the decline of the USA. Indeed, we are a laughingstock!

Story 3: Putin Putting More Military Assets In the Middle East

In response to the Turkish shooting down of the Russian jet yesterday, where one of the pilots was killed, Putin will now bring in more military assets in the area.

This is in keeping with what we have been reporting in the last couple of weeks. Russia is continuing a military build up in Syria and Iraq. It will eventually be used for the invasion spoken of in Ezekiel 38,39.

We will continue to document the growth of Russia and Iran as they place “boots on the ground” in an effort to solidify their claim to being the “sheriff” in the region. Again, the US is nowhere to be found.


Don Stewart is an internationally recognized Christian apologist and speaker. He graduated cum laude from Talbot Theological Seminary and the International Seminar in Theology and Law in Strasbourg, France, as well as from Biola University. Don is also a best-selling and award-winning author/co-author of over seventy books. [ read more ]


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