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305. Iran Prepares for Possible War with U.S.

This issue looks at the dark legacy of Wannsee, Israel’s aid to the Palestinians, Iran’s preparations for war against U.S., help needed to save Pastor Youcef’s life, The Muslim Brotherhood’s advance in Egypt, U.S. Commando Units in the Persian Gulf, the oil embargo against Iran, and the merger of terrorist groups against Israel.


The Dark Legacy of Wannsee
Front Page Jerusalem reports: Last Friday, January 20th, marked the 70th anniversary of a very historic event which very few people know about. On that date in 1942, a group of top Nazi leaders gathered at a lakeside villa outside Berlin and plotted the “Final Solution of the Jewish Question.”¬† The Wannsee Conference was the key moment when the Nazi leadership set in motion a plan for exterminating all the Jews of Europe. Learn more. Click here for more insight and background.
Israel Continues to Help Palestinians despite Politics
David Zauber reports: Despite political tensions that at times threaten to boil over, cooperation between Israel and the Palestinians in the field of medicine continues to advance. Nearly 115,000 Palestinian patients were treated at Israeli hospitals in 2011, and over 100 Palestinian doctors interned at Israeli hospitals. “Every year more patients are sent to Israeli hospitals,” said Civil Administration Health Coordinator, Mrs. Dalia Bassa. “We hope to train Palestinian doctors and improve Palestinian medicine, strengthening cooperation. Health is a separate issue, Israeli and Palestinian doctors are friends, making medicine a bridge for peace.” In related news, the IDF reported on Friday that during the month of December, 4,373 trucks carrying 139,678 tons of goods including food, medicine, construction material, clothing and other goods entered the Gaza Strip from Israel through the Kerem Shalom crossing.


Iran Preparing for Possible War with U.S.
WorldNetDaily reports: Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has held several secret meetings with his economic and military advisers in recent days to prepare for the possibility of war with the United States. Sources report the preparations are to include the execution of those Iranians who oppose the regime. Khamenei has been heard to say that the coming of the last Islamic Messiah, the Shiites’ 12th Imam Mahdi, is near and that specific actions need to be taken to protect the Islamic regime for upcoming events. Read more.
Pastor Youcef again Refuses to Recant-Faces Death
Jordan Sekulow reports: Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani is facing new pressure to recant his faith in Jesus Christ.  Sources in Iran have reported to us that an Iranian judge is once again telling him to deny Christ or he will be executed. He is still alive today because of international pressure on Iran Рpeople worldwide raising their voices, demanding that his life be spared. We need to keep that pressure on, and the ACLJ is launching a new initiative. Read what you can do to help.
News from the Jerusalem Prayer Team
After three rounds of elections in Egypt to choose a new Parliament, the various radical Islamist groups control about three-fourths of the seats in the body. Mohamed Saad el-Katatni, secretary-general of the Freedom and Justice Party, the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, was chosen as the speaker in a vote during the parliament’s first session on Monday.
The U.S. military for the first time has publicly confirmed that there is an elite commando team working in the Persian Gulf region to deal with the threats posed by Iran. According to a spokesman for the U.S. Special Operations Command, this is a team of “highly trained personnel that excel in uncertain environments” and are specifically tasked with confronting “irregular threats.”
EU initiates Oil Sanctions of Iran
The Israel Project reports: The new EU oil sanctions on Iran will hit the Islamic Republic hard, but will not have a long term affect on oil prices and supply to the West, a former energy consultant to the World Bank said. The sanctions, approved earlier this week, will be a $20 billion dollar blow to the Iranian economy, which is highly reliant on oil export income. “It is going to affect the Iranian economy drastically,” said Dr. Amit Mor, an Israeli energy expert specializing in national energy planning. Read more.
Gaza’s Terror Groups Negotiating Merger
The Israel Project reports: Hamas is working to merge with the terrorist Islamic Jihad organization, according to Hamas’ co-founder Mahmoud Zahar. He said the merger would allow the two groups to run in Palestinian elections, expected to be held in May, the Iranian Fars News Agency reported. A merger of the two could mean the death of the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, as both groups are committed to Israel’s destruction and replacing it with an Islamic Palestinian state. Zahar called the merger “a political and religious must,” the report stated. Read more.


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