* The Return of the Brown Shirts in Germany The "Brown Shirt Faction" in Germany is the tip of the iceberg of the return of violent neo-Nazi extremism, despite a ban on Nazism.
* Israel refuses to tell US its Iran intentions Israel has refused to reassure President Barack Obama that it would warn him in advance of any pre-emptive strike on Iran's nuclear capabilities, raising fears that it may be planning a go-it-alone attack as early as next summer.
* Was Israel Behind a Deadly Explosion at an Iranian Missile Base? Israeli newspapers on Sunday were thick with innuendo, the front pages of the three largest dailies dominated by variations on the headline "Mysterious Explosion in Iranian Missile Base."
* Tony Blair: Euro collapse would be catastrophic Former prime minister Tony Blair has told the BBC the collapse of the euro would be "catastrophic" - and Europe must get behind it.
* Gaza Terrorists May Be Planning to Down Airliners Israel is speeding up on-board missile defense systems in light of fears that Gaza terrorists have obtained anti-aircraft missiles.
* Iran subsidizing the conversion of Palestinians to Shi'ites Palestinians have been quietly converting from Sunni to Shi'a Islam.
* Israel's giant UAV becomes operational Dubbed 'world's most advanced UAV' and weighing five tons, Eitan unmanned aerial vehicle to begin operations in several months
* New Bible museum to be built in Jerusalem "It's absurd that in the land of the Bible, there is no center dedicated to it," said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
* Europol wants to host EU cyber crime center The EU's joint policy body, Europol, is angling to host a new European cyber crime center, with the European Commission due next year to decide where to put its new defense against the threat.
* Jordan's King Abdullah: If I were Syrian president, I would resign Abdullah tells the BBC that Assad should respond to months-long protest against his regime and make sure his successor has the "ability to change the status quo".