Joel Rosenberg Headed to Eastern Europe to Monitor Russia, Ukraine

Jeff and Paula Thompson meet with soldiers near Avdiivka, near Donetsk. They are on high alert now.

With Putin poised to invade Ukraine this week, he could ignite the biggest land war in Europe since WWII – I’m heading to Eastern Europe to cover the crisis.  (with permission from All Israel News. Story by Joel Rosenberg)

FRANKFURT—The Bible warns of “wars and rumors of war” in the last days.

Most major wars in the last 75 years or so have taken place in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

But I can report that rumors of imminent war are rife here in Europe.

At the moment, I’m on my way to Eastern Europe to cover the escalating crisis. I’ll also be a keynote speaker at a conference being held in the Estonian Parliament in the capital of Tallinn, a mere 2.5-hour drive from the Russian border.  For now, let me give you the latest developments.

U.S. intelligence says Russia is now fully ready to invade Ukraine – and could strike as early as Wednesday.  Europe thus suddenly finds itself on the verge of the biggest land war since World War II.  One intelligence estimate indicates upwards of 50,000 deaths could result.

Hundreds of thousands of refugees could also be created from such a war.

“The U.S. intelligence briefing included specific reference to next Wednesday, Feb. 16, as a start date for the ground invasion,” three officials – based in Washington, London and Ukraine – told Politico.

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SOURCE: Assist News Service, Jeff Thompson