Saturday, July 13, 2013


* Is the Temple Mount really ours? For the last 46 years, Jews have not been allowed to pray on Temple Mount, and few Jews even visit.

* PM to push US for ‘more credible military option’ on Iran Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is reportedly to launch a new, last-ditch effort in the next few days to persuade the United States to credibly revive the military option against Iran.

* Arab-Israelis: 'We'll give our lives for Morsi' More than 2,000 people affiliated with the Israeli branch of the Islamic Movement held a pro-Morsi demonstration in the Arab town of Kafr Kanna on Saturday.

* Nablus mayor: If talks fail, Palestinians will take to streets Israel and the Palestinians are headed toward another round of street clashes if peace efforts spearheaded by US Secretary of State John Kerry fail.

* Sneak Peak: Temple Institute's Visitors' Center The Temple Institute's new Visitors' Center is preparing to open its doors.

* Iraq says Iran weapons flights to Syria cannot be stopped without West's help Iraqi FM calls on international community to enforce UN sanctions on Iran that prohibits its transfer of arms.

* Saudi Arabia warns pilgrims over coronavirus Health officials in Saudi Arabia have asked pilgrims visiting its holy sites to wear masks in crowded places to stop the spread of the MERS coronavirus.

* Thai university slammed for Hitler superhero mural The Simon Wiesenthal Center condemned Thailand's Chulalong University and its faculty Friday for displaying a mural depicting Adolf Hitler along with a group of superheroes on the wall of one of its buildings.

* Egyptian military bombards militant towns in Sinai Military attack helicopters rattle over the impoverished desert towns of northern Sinai and the sound of gunfire erupts nightly.

* Turkey redefines duties of armed forces Turkey's parliament has amended an armed forces regulation which once-powerful military leaders have held up in the past.

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