* Egyptian Anti-Aircraft Missiles Reported in Sinai Anti-aircraft missiles can only be intended for Israel's jets, because Sinai terrorists don't have aircraft.
* Joint Chiefs Chair Dempsey Says the U.S. and Israel View Iran Threat Differently: For Israel It's 'Existential' Speaking to reporters in route to Afghanistan late Sunday, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey said that even though Israeli and American military leaders see the same intelligence reports, the two countries view the Iranian nuclear threat differently.
* Al Qaida online ads seek lone wolf terrorists to 'carry out an entire jihad' Al Qaida, said to be sustaining a crisis in money and fighters, has taken to advertising for volunteers.
* Israel a 'cancerous tumor' and Middle East's biggest problem, Iranian supreme leader says Khamenei reiterates statements made by Ahmadinejad on Friday, which the international community condemned.
* Morsi and Haniyeh exchange holiday greetings, pledge mutual support Hamas leader thanks his Egyptian counterpart for support of Palestinian cause in Eid al-Fitr chat.
* Egypt to plant a million acres, settle a million citizens in Sinai Agriculture and population are Egypt's new tools to combat security woes in the peninsula.
* Toronto: Jewish Man Told Israeli Flag 'Incites Riots' A Jewish high school teacher from Toronto warned by local police that he is inciting a riot by carrying an Israeli flag.
* Iraq denies helping Iran avoid sanctions Iraq insisted on Monday that its trade with neighbouring Iran was above board, and denied reports that it was helping the Islamic republic skirt sanctions by smuggling oil and secretly moving cash.
* Deadly fighting grips Syria as UN ends mission Deadly fighting rocked the birthplace of the Syrian uprising Monday as rebels doggedly resisted a regime onslaught unleashed in the key battleground of Aleppo a month ago, activists said.
* Germany: Greece must follow through with reforms Europe's leaders are gearing up for a high-stakes week of financial diplomacy that could determine Greece's future - and the stability of the 17 countries that use the euro.