Week in Review: German Crisis Averted?, Khamenei ‘the New Hitler,’ Coming Catholic-Muslim Clash, and Much More
- False hope of a new coalition have arisen in Germany as the Social Democrats contemplate entering talks—but underlying problems remain, and Germany still has no government
- The Saudi crown prince called Iran’s supreme leader “the new Hitler,” and tensions between the countries keep rising. Can Saudi Arabia actually challenge Iran’s dominance?
- The Islamic State is threatening to blow up St. Peter’s Basilica on Christmas—and a prominent Catholic leader says John Paul ii saw visions of an Islamist invasion of Europe. These are more steps toward the prophesied clash between Catholic Europe and Muslim forces.
- We’ll also talk about Japan’s cautious support for Chinese economic initiatives—the Trump administration’s designation of North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism—the shocking extent of the drug problem in the United States—and elementary school teachers fleeing the classroom for fear of violence.
- ‘The New Hitler’
- Japanese-Chinese Rapprochement
- Classroom Violence
- Terror Attack in Egypt
- North Korea Redesignated as a State Sponsor of Terrorism
- U.S. Drug Addiction