Nebraska Father Told Daughter Died In Car Crash, Later Learns She’s Alive
When Hannah Wadiso’s father was told she died in a car crash, he broke down in tears and hit his knees in prayer. Then something miraculous happened! Just a few hours after hearing their daughter died in a car crash, Hannah Wadiso’s family received a call saying she was in the hospital in critical condition. “Amen, hallelujah, thank you, Jesus, this is a chance,” Hannah’s father replied. The error occurred due to mistaken identity. Hannah has a long road of recovery ahead of her and her parents are balancing caring for her and their other child who has special needs. Read more about this miracle here.
The Ex-Wife Of Well-Known Iranian American Pastor Alleges Franklin Graham Counseled Her To Return To Abusive Husband
Franklin Graham has disputed charges made against him by Naghmeh Panahi, ex-wife of Iranian American Pastor, Saeed Abedini. Panahi claims Graham encouraged her to undergo counseling and return to her husband after being told that her husband abused her. She says the evangelist said to her, “There is nothing the two of you face, Naghmeh, that God can’t fix, if the two of you want it.” Graham’s spokesperson added, “Graham does not intend to address any other comments made by Abedini or his estranged wife but will continue to pray for them.” Read more of Panahi’s claims here.
Israel And Turkey Work Together To Foil Terrorist Plot
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Monday that Israeli and Turkish security officials have worked together to foil terrorist attacks on Israelis in Turkey. “The operational efforts alongside Turkish security forces have borne fruit,” Bennett said. “In recent days, in a joint Israeli-Turkish effort, we thwarted a number of attacks and a number of terrorists were arrested on Turkish soil.” Senior Israeli leaders have sounded a series of warnings since last week that Iran is trying to carry out terror attacks against Israelis on Turkish soil. Read more about the planned attacks here.
Newly Discovered Fossil Shows Dinosaurs Had Belly Buttons
Paleontologists have discovered the oldest belly button known to science. It belongs to a Psittacosaurus, a member of the horned dinosaurs Ceratopsia, in a fossil uncovered in China. The belly button does not come from an umbilical cord, as it does with mammals, but from the yolk sac of the egg-laying creature. The Psittacosaurus umbilical scar is similar to that of an adult alligator and is the first example of one in a non-avian dinosaur that predates the Cenozoic period, 66 million years ago. Scientists from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and international colleagues in Argentina and the U.S. used a high-tech laser imaging technology to make the discovery. Read more about the fossil here.