Tuesday, August 28, 2012


* 'The Government Doesn't Care About the Temple Mount' The government of Israel does not care about the Temple Mount, attorney Yisrael Caspi alleged Tuesday during a meeting of the State Control Committee.

* Liberman invites Morsi to visit Jerusalem if he is 'serious' about peace Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman expressed hopes Tuesday that new Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi would visit Israel.

* Yasser Arafat: France 'opens murder inquiry' His family launched a case last month over claims that he was poisoned with polonium-210, a radioactive element.

* The most fateful decision of all Hear that frantic whispering noise beneath the hum of the air-conditioners in this sweltering Israeli summer? That's the sound of many Israeli insiders repeating over and over and over: Don't do it. Don't do it. Don't do it..

* DNC Proceeds With 2-Hour Islamic 'Jumah' Prayers After Rejecting Cardinal's Blessing (And You Won't Believe Who's Invited) The Democratic National Committee is raising a number of eyebrows after choosing to proceed with hosting Islamic "Jumah" prayers for two hours on the Friday of its convention.

* Experts: Big radiation risk unlikely in Iran strike Any Israeli attacks on Iran's nuclear facilities are unlikely to cause a Fukushima-scale disaster unless a Russian-built reactor is destroyed.

* Curiosity rover's intriguing geological find The Mars rover Curiosity is indulging in a flurry of multimedia activity ahead of its science mission proper.

* Egypt allows Iranian warship through Suez despite U.S. objection Egypt has again allowed an Iranian Navy ship to pass the Suez Canal toward Syria.

* Muslims Plan 3-Day Jumah Event to Pressure Democratic Convention Approximately 20,000 Muslims are expected to attend a three-day event called "Jumah at the DNC."

* PRC runs terror academy The Gaza Strip's terror power struggle features three key players: Hamas, Islamic Jihad and the Popular Resistance Committees (PRC).