* Netanyahu blames Mideast conflict on refusal to recognize Jewish state In address at Bar-Ilan University, PM says lasting peace only possible if Palestinian leadership acknowledges Jewish sovereignty
* 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.
* China tells US to avoid debt crisis for sake of global economy A senior Chinese official has warned that the "clock is ticking" to avoid a US default that could hurt China's interests and the global economy.
* 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.
* As Putin's global popularity soars, Georgia's outgoing president warns of a new 'Soviet Union' Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili has been notorious for his criticism of Vladimir Putin's Russia.
* Officials: Target in Somalia was 'Foreign Fighter Commander' The U.S. raid in Somalia on Saturday reportedly targeted a Kenyan of Somali origin known by the name Ikrima, say officials.
* Are CNN's Iran Reports Biased, Inept, or Corrupt? Al-Jazeera bought access to US public opinion when it purchased Current TV from Al Gore, but it faces stiff competition from CNN when it comes to misleading viewers about the Middle East.
* Analysis: Upsurge in West Bank violence is unmistakable warning Rise in Palestinian attacks shows W. Bank embers are smoldering.
* US commando raids: Kerry defends al-Liby capture US Secretary of State John Kerry has defended the capture of an alleged al-Qaeda leader, Anas al-Liby, calling him a "legal and appropriate target".