K.S. Rajan (24 Oct 2011)
"report by Joel Rosenberg"

Washington, D.C., October 21, 2011) -- Disturbing new details on Iran's nuclear weapons program have emerged this week. I've posted them on the blog. Two are particularly worth noting. First, Iran now has enough enriched uranium to build at least four nuclear warheads. Second, a sobering new report finds that despite numerous technical hurdles, Iran is well on its way to building nuclear warheads.

Washington is doing precious little to neutralize Iran, but two NATO states are speaking out on the growing Iran threat.

* "We must not be distracted from it by the momentous events of the Arab Spring. We must not ignore the steadily more urgent threat of Iran's nuclear program," said British Foreign Secretary William Hague on Tuesday during a tour of North African countries. "I think this [Iran nuclear] issue will become more urgent over the next year."

* "We have no quarrel with the Iranian people, but the regime in Tehran represents probably the most significant threat in the world to global peace and security," said Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper last week after the revelations about the Iranian plot to launch terrorist attacks in Washington, D.C.

I've been encouraged by the public interest in the Iran threat and "The Tehran Initiative." I've been doing about 12 to 14 media interviews a day all week, some of them 30 minutes to an hour in length. Full details and links to all the latest stories are posted on the blog.

A reminder that "The Gathering Storm" event will be broadcast to churches and home fellowship groups that have registered at www.joelrosenberg.com.

* Please pray that many will become better informed about the threats facing America, Israel and the Church in light of Bible prophecy.

* Please pray that many will be moved by the Scriptures and the power of the Holy Spirit to pursue lives of more holiness and more impact for the Gospel, here in the U.S., around the world, and especially in the Middle East and North Africa as a result of the simulcast