I'm more worried about the war in Israel and it's ramifications. Looks to be possibly the war mentioned in Psalm 83 of the Bible. This means Lebanon and Jordan will join the fight. Likely ending with the prophesy in Isaiah 17 of Damascus being destroyed by fire in one night (probably nuked by the description). Then we have Zechariah 9 mentioning the king of Gaza being killed, the Palestinians resorting to canabalism, and Jews will be looking for the return of Christ. Part of the prophesy was fulfilled over 2000 years ago. They may end up receiving the Antichrist instead. Then there's Isaiah 11:14-16 which describes this war as well but adds the drying up of the Euphrates River and the Gulf of Aqaba. That leads to Revelation 9:13-21 and Ezekiel 38. These passages discuss the Russian and Iranian invasion of Israel with an army of 200 million mounted troops. The Euphrates River is dried up right before the battle of Armageddon.
When the Palestinian protesters are yelling "from the River to the sea", they are saying they want to drive the Israelis all into the ocean and kill them via genocide. It does scare me that we have terrorist cells in the U.S. from Iran planning their next attacks and still have open borders. It scares me that sanctions were eased allowing our oil money to go to Iran. It scares me that all the weapons lost in Afghanistan and some sold on the black market meant for Ukraine might be getting used by Hamas or smuggled across the U.S. border to use against us while our leaders are trying to marginalize our second amendment rights. It scares me that I can't trust my own government to be on the side of it's citizens when they're actions yell treason.
I grew up Catholic. Altar boy, Catholic grade and high school, so I was exposed to these types of scare tactics to ensure compliance. I just looked up each of those Bible verses to refresh my memory, and they are so vague and subject to any interpretation someone wants to fit their purposes, that it truly amazes me that people try to extrapolate them into current times and give them complete validity.
Never mind the fact that the Bible was made without tape recorders to capture actual words of Jesus and other religious figures. You only have to play the game of telephone to see how faulty and distorted people's memories are. Compilations were made in the next few hundreds of years from the most popular and internally consistent stories (later called gospels), and all other "gospel stories" were ignored or destroyed...then many revisions were done over the next 1700 years by spiritual and political leaders, and at some point everyone was instructed that you MUST accept that the Bible is the literal word of God.
Despite my skepticism, I do believe in God/Higher Power, and do think that at the very least, organized religion plays a useful role in inculcating morality and being a better human being. There are of course those who pervert their religion like these Islamic terrorists and the Papal Crusades that have nothing to do with religion or God.