Trending Issues: WW111 Escalation

Am sorry this is out of my niche but very important because we need to pray against any form of war that is escalating between the United States of America and Iran.

According to Express online, WORLD WAR 3 fears were triggered overnight by the killing of Iran military commander General Qasem Soleimani by the hand of US forces and former President Obama Middle East adviser warned a major military escalation could result from Donald Trump’s latest move.
Gordon Philip, Special Assistant to President Obama and White House Coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa, and the Persian Gulf Region, told BBC’s Radio 4 Today Programme it could be “very easy” for tensions between the US and to escalate in a major war conflict. The overnight decision to kill General Qasem Soleimani sparked fears of across the globe and was dubbed an act of terrorism and “extremely serious” for everyone diplomatically involved.

Most of these decisions seem to be taken on a whim by the President after a phone call with a foreign leader for some other reason.

“So, it is more than fair to be concerned.”

And they’re going to find out whether the Trump administration is equally prepared to getting in a tit for tat potentially very serious escalation.” According to the source.

For both sides, this is a serious issue, because with the current activities going in Iraq at the United States embassy, it’s like Iran and Iraq are planning on retaliating as air fighters are roaming towards the west.

Am appealing to everyone reading this, even if you don’t have any interest in whatever is happening in the world, let us come together as one to pray against any form of war.

Around The World: What Do You Think Of President Trump’s Support For Teachers To Be Armed In The US? #discussion #news #trump #Christian headline

President Donald Trump says arming teachers could help stop school shootings.
Teachers with concealed guns could stop shootings “very quickly,” he said.

The proposal is supported by the NRA lobby and comes after the Valentine’s Day shooting at a Florida school that killed 17 people.

“It’s not going to be talk like it’s been in the past,” Trump said of background checks on gun buyers.

This week, President Trump welcomed about 40 students, teachers and families into the White House’s state dining room, where he listened to them discuss gun reform.

Outside the White House, hundreds of area Washington, D.C. teenagers rallied for support to arm teachers.

Andrew Pollack, whose daughter died in the Florida school shooting, told Trump that current gun laws aren’t working.
“We, as a country, failed our children,” he said.

Meanwhile, Mark Barden, whose son was killed in the 2012 school shooting in Connecticut, said he didn’t believe more guns were the answer.

“Schoolteachers have more than enough responsibilities right now, than to have to have the awesome responsibility of lethal force to take a life,” he said.

A 2013 poll by the National Education Association found that only 22 percent of teachers said they liked the idea of arming staff. Nearly 70 percent opposed the idea.