Japan refusing to give up nuclear bomb-making material; Weapons sent from Israel to Iran intercepted (Second Coming Watch Update #479)

According to Reuters, China said on Monday that it was "extremely concerned" by a report that Japan has resisted returning to the United States more than 660 lbs of mostly weapons-grade plutonium, the latest dispute between the two Asian neighbors.

According to The Times of Israel, an upcoming Knesset debate on “the loss of Israeli sovereignty on the Temple Mount” has raised hackles in the the Jordanian parliament, where lawmakers consider custodianship of the holy site part of their duty.

According to JTA and the Times of Israel, Greek authorities intercepted arms shipments apparently sent by one or more Israelis and intended for Iran, in violation of international sanctions.

According to Reuters, UN investigators said on Monday that North Korean security chiefs and possibly even Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un himself should face international justice for ordering systematic torture, starvation and killings comparable to Nazi-era atrocities.

According to Fox News, North Korea’s aging Yongbyon nuclear power plant will probably not lead to a nuclear catastrophe, despite an alarming report calling it the next Chernobyl — but the danger posed by the world’s aging reactors is real nonetheless.

Revelation 22:12-13 // G. Campbell Morgan

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