Saturday, July 24, 2021

Amir Tsarfati: Mideast Review - Unrest, Instability And Devastation

MIDEAST REVIEW w/ Amir Tsarfati: Unrest, Instability & Devastation

While the unrest is beginning to calm in South Africa, the scale of the violence and destruction continues to be discovered. Meanwhile, in Cuba the protests remain as so many there are without hope for their futures, particularly among the younger generations. Last Friday, we held a special prayer meeting for these two countries. Please continue to lift them up before the Lord.

In other non-Middle East news, the massive floods in Germany and western Europe have caused widespread devastation. More than 170 people have died and hundreds more are missing. Some of the visuals of nature’s fury are overwhelming. The people of the affected regions will need much prayer as they seek to dig themselves out of the mud and rubble.

As we move to the eastern end of the Mediterranean, we see Lebanon continuing their downhill slide. Over 55% of the nation is living below the poverty line thanks to the corruption and governmental interference by Hezbollah. To add even more instability, former prime minister and current prime minister-designate Saad al-Hariri, has stepped down claiming that he and President Michel Aoun will never see eye-to-eye. With the departure of this son of former Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri, who was assassinated 16 years ago by Hezbollah, goes much of the hope for a separation from the terrorist organization’s stranglehold on the government. The current situation is unsustainable.

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