* New video explores Jewish right to the Temple Mount Featuring historian Sir Martin Gilbert, the short film is a reaction to modern Muslim attempts to minimize the Jewish connection to Jerusalem.
* 'J'lem shouldn't be capital of Palestinian state' Lapid to NYT: I won't obstruct settlements' "natural expansion"; J'lem should stay in Israeli hands, according to 1967 lines.
* Syria training advanced missiles on Tel Aviv - report Damascus has put Tishreen rockets on standby to retaliate if Israeli planes hit again, Sunday Times claims.
* Despite secrecy, interest builds around mysterious First Temple find outside Bethlehem A 2,800-year-old pillar discovered by a tour guide under a Palestinian orchard points to major construction dating from Biblical times. So why isn't it being excavated?
* Anonymous 'gold bugs' to hack oil, national sites The international group wants to replace dollars with precious metals, and will be attacking a dozen countries, including Israel, to make its point.
* Intertwined fates: The Lebanon-Syria-Iran axis Jerusalem has drawn red lines over the proliferation of strategic arms to Hezbollah; Syria, Iran or Hezbollah could, at any time, decide to test these, even though it would endanger Assad's gains against the rebels.
* Iran dispatches warship to shadow Gulf exercises Iran has dispatched one of its newest warships to shadow the world's biggest mine-hunting exercise that has been taking place over the last few days in the Gulf.
* Big Bang: Biggest meteorite explosion rocks the moon NASA scientists have recorded the biggest observed meteorite impact on the moon, with an explosion equal to 5 tons of TNT. The event is part of 'lunar meteor showers' observed by astronauts of the moon exploration program.
* Al-Qaeda's Syrian wing takes over the oilfields once belonging to Assad Al-Qaeda's Syrian wing is helping to finance its activities by selling the product of oilfields that once helped to prop up the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
* Army denies it prefers 'devil' Assad to 'demon' rebels London Times report that Israel wants Syria dictator to remain in power is 'unfounded,' IDF spokesman says.