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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

N. Korea declares 2015 year of unification, boosts readiness for all-out war: Seoul

Prophecy Sign:  Wars and Rumors of Wars

Prophecy indicates that there will be much warfare during the last days which will intensify during the dark days of the Tribulation.  Peace will be taken from all the world and all the current simmering feuds will burst into flames of war.

Then another horse came out, a fiery red one. Its rider was given power to take peace from the earth and to make people kill each other. To him was given a large sword. Revelation 6:4 NIV

N. Korea declares 2015 year of unification, boosts readiness for all-out war: Seoul
With a goal to achieve national reunification in 2015, North Korea has geared up for all-out wars by conducting tactical training and boosting its attack capabilities, Seoul's defense ministry said Tuesday. "After declaring 2015 the year of completing unification, North Korea has been prepared for full-scale wars," the ministry said in a report presented to the National Assembly for an annual audit of state agencies. The communist country has ratcheted up tensions on the Korean Peninsula by firing off a series of rockets this year, though it has made peace offensives toward the South recently. Last week, Pyongyang sent key aides to its leader Kim Jong-un to the western port city of Incheon and sat down for talks with Seoul's high-ranking officials to agree upon holding another high-level inter-Korean meeting later this month or early November.

Warships of rival Koreas exchange warning shots

India and Pakistan Clash Over Kashmir After Peace Talks Falter
Hope for long-term peace unraveled after India called off a round of talks last month. Tens of thousands of villagers have fled their homes in Kashmir amid some of the worst violence between India and Pakistan since a 2003 cease-fire agreement. Shelling from both sides that began on Friday has killed at least nine civilians, Reuters reports. Both sides have accused each other of starting the clashes, which coincide with the Eid al-Adha festival for Muslims in both countries.
The two countries have fought three wars over the disputed region, and Muslim separatists have targeted Indian forces since 1989.

3,000 ISIS fighters reportedly cross into Iraq as Kurdish forces prepare to fight
Three thousand Islamic State fighters have crossed over into Iraq from Syria, the Anbar Provincial Council reports from western Iraq. However, while desperate for outside help other than airstrikes, Kurdish forces are readying for battle. “We received intelligence information indicating that 3,000 militants of the ISIS group had crossed the borders with Syria and arrived in Anbar through al-Mosul city,” council leader Sabah Karhoot said Monday, IraqiNews reported. Karhoot added that “elements of the group possess powerful and heavy weapons, those it had previously seized in the region,” and has reportedly called on the Iraqi government to send reinforcements and arms to help repel the terrorist group and regain control of the province.

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