At the G20 Summit in Pittsburgh, United States President Obama accused Iran of hiding another nuclear weapons plant at Qom.
1I will sing of mercy and judgment; to you, Yahvah, I will sing.
2I will behave myself wisely in a perfect way. When will you come to me? I will walk in my house with a perfect heart.
3I will set no wicked thing before my eyes; I hate the doers of evil, they will not come near to me.
4A perverse heart will depart from me; I will not know evil.
5He who accuses his neighbor falsely I will destroy; with him who has a high look and a proud heart, I will not eat.
6My eyes will be on the faithful of the land, that they may live with me; he who walks in a perfect way will serve me.
7He who works deceit will not live in my house; he who tells lies will not tarry in my sight.
8In the early morning, I will silence all the wicked of the land; and I will destroy all the doers of iniquity from the city of Yahvah.
The Iranians have been accused of building materials for nuclear weapons for many years. The Israelis have been threatening a bombing raid on Iran to put a stop to it.
On this date the leaders of the top economies of the world were meeting in Pittsburgh for the G20 Summit.
World leaders where gathered in Pittsburgh for a G-20 summit. The news was expected to be economic, but instead Obama walked out with news that Iran was building a secret plant in Qom, a hide-out south of Tehrah. Reports indicated that President Bush had briefed Obama on this facility before Obama came to office, so it wasn't quite so secret. The timing of the announcement had to be for Obama's political purposes, including perhaps keeping the press from reporting on the G-20 summit.
The timing of the announcement is a few hours earlier in the day than theoretical.
Verse 1 opens with singing, or calling out, on the subject of mercy and judgement. The tone of the announcement was one of judgement, on the way this was an illegal building. The President was very careful to not hint at any planned military strikes on the facility.
The text of this Psalm hinges on verse 5, on the topic of falsely accusing a neighbor. This verse hints that this may be a false accusation.