* 'Palestinian State' Would Leave Israel 'Indefensible' As negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority continue amid international calls for a 23rd Arab state in the Judea and Samaria (West Bank) region - which would leave Israel with the territory it held prior to the 1967 Six-Day War - familiar calls from within Israel are being heard.
* 'Puppy Bombs' Rescued from Egyptian Violence Two puppies from Egypt were rescued just moments before they were to be used by the Muslim Brotherhood in their protests as "puppy bombs" dipped in gasoline and set on fire.
* The EU-Ukraine tango on gay rights From 27 to 29 November, Vilnius will host the summit of the Eastern partnership, where Ukraine plans to sign an association agreement with the European Union.
Israel Wary of American Promises on Iran
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu walked away from Wednesday's
meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry in Rome seemingly still
unconvinced that Washington knows what it's doing.
Israeli Minister: Our Capital Cannot Be Divided
Israel's cabinet has thrown its weight behind a bill requiring a large
Knesset majority to approve a new division of Jerusalem, while Prime
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is opposed to the motion.
* 'If I divide thee O Jerusalem, I'll need 80 MKs' The Ministerial Committee for Legislation approves bill stating that the government cannot conduct negotiations with a foreign entity about the division of Jerusalem or its partial relinquishment without receiving approval of 80 Knesset members.
* Abbas Talks Peace While Hamas Calls for War Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas insists that current US-driven peace talks with Israel have not reached an impasse, as claimed by many media outlets, while at the same time the Hamas terror organization with which Abbas seeks reconciliation is calling for war against the Jews.
* IDF calls Gazans, slams Hamas Pre-recorded message in Arabic tells residents terror group spending money on tunnels instead of providing for people.
* Gaza Islamists Show Off Weapons An Islamist terror group has held a march in Gaza and uploaded a propaganda video that documents the parade and includes interviews with commanders.
* Turkey's Act of Betrayal Shocks Israel While Israel and some of its Arab neighbors are growing closer, relations between the Jewish state and its traditional Turkish allies appear to have grown increasingly hostile.
* Plan B: Central banks getting ready for financial Armageddon If the US debt-ceiling debate goes past the eleventh hour, and the default of the world's largest economy becomes a reality, leading central banks around the world are gearing up to minimize losses and keep the world economy functioning.
* Pentagon Warns To Expect 'Radical' Change In US Government Soon A highly troubling 'urgent bulletin' issued earlier today by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) states that it has received information from the Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) warning to expect a 'radical change' in the government of the United States, possibly within the next fortnight, based on information they have received from 'highly placed' sources within the Pentagon.
* Fatah praises terrorist shooter of 9 year-old After a nine-year-old girl was shot in the Israeli town of Psagot in the West Bank yesterday, the administrator of an official Fatah Facebook page praised the terrorist shooter.
* Nuclear weapons, an Islamic Revolution The ayatollah regime, focused on maintaining and spreading Islamic rule, cannot give up its nuclear program which has become the cornerstone of its policies. Without nuclear capabilities, Iran loses international influence.
Egypt: At Least 5 Dead in Cairo Clashes
At least five people were killed in Cairo on Friday, as thousands of
supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi took to the
Jewish Bride Visits the Temple Mount
On Wednesday, Rabbi Chaim Richman of the Temple Institute and others had
the great privilege of meeting a bride (kallah in Hebrew) on her