* Online graphic warns of al-Qaida return to NYC A mock movie poster warns al-Qaida wants to return to New York City, but authorities say there's no evidence of an actual threat.
* Israeli-US Air, Naval Forces Train for Energy War Israeli, Greek and U.S. forces are in the midst of a drill in preparation for a possible war over Israel's huge off-shore gas discoveries.
* Muslim Book Calling for World Domination Sold in Canada After it was revealed that a book advising Muslim men how to abuse and control their wives is being sold in a Toronto bookstore, The Toronto Sun newspaper has exposed that there are other controversial Muslim books being sold in Canadian stores.
* '4th year in power is no small achievement' Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a special press conference Tuesday, summing up his government's three year in power.
* New Arab Book Furthering Anti-Semitic Blood Libels A new book, entitled Jewish Hostility Towards Christ and Christians and written in Arabic by Assad Azzouni, has been gaining much Jordanian media publicity.
* UN peacekeeping advance team due in Syria in 2 days An advance team from the UN peacekeeping department is expected in Damascus within 48 hours to discuss deployment of observers to monitor a ceasefire in Syria.
* Moses was a Muslim who led Muslims in Exodus from Egypt, says PA university lecturer on PA TV A Palestinian university lecturer taught during a recent Palestinian Authority TV program on religion that Moses, a Muslim, brought "the Muslims of the Children of Israel out of Egypt."
* Cabinet hears 300 would die in Iran strike In the event of an Iranian attack on Israel, less than 300 people would be killed during three weeks of non-stop fighting.
* Hague: Palestinian Authority Has No Standing The Prosecutor for the International Criminal Court in The Hague announced Tuesday that he rejected a complaint filed by the PA against Israel for alleged war crimes during "Operation Cast Lead" in Gaza in 2009.
* Gov't set to meet over Hebron settler home eviction Right wing politicians said they expected Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to authorize the controversial presence of 15 Jewish families in a newly purchased Hebron building in a Palestinian neighborhood.