* Activist: Regain the Sovereignty of the Temple Mount Rabbi Yehuda Glick, spokesman for the Jewish Temple organizations reiterated on Monday the call to establish an official commission of inquiry into Friday's events on the Temple Mount.
* Gantz: Syrian Rebels May Target Israel Next IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz warned on Monday that rebel terror groups fighting against Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad may target Israel next.
* US Spy Chief Warns of Cyber Danger and North Korea Threat US spy chief James Clapper on Tuesday warned that America faced a growing threat of a crippling cyber attack and voiced alarm over North Korea's recent "belligerent" rhetoric.
* 'Killing Jews Is Worship' Ad Campaign Rolled Out On SF Muni Buses A controversy has been re-ignited this week as ten new ads go up on San Francisco Muni buses containing quotes used by terrorists.
* Rome conclave: Cardinals begin voting for new Pope The 115 cardinal-electors were locked in the chapel after swearing an oath of secrecy.
* Iraqi who tried to topple Saddam statue regrets it Kadom al-Jabouri, who became famous 10 years ago for trying to topple a statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad with a sledgehammer, now tells the British Observer he regrets that the dictator was ousted because of the chaos that followed.
* Israel's Iron Dome: Doubts over success rate A leading US expert on missile defence has raised doubts about the efficacy of Israel's Iron Dome defence system.
* US Slaps Sanctions on North Korea's Primary Trade Bank The United States on Monday slapped sanctions on North Korea's primary foreign exchange bank as it bids to force the isolated nation to abandon its nuclear program.
* Defense Ministry to set up new cyber center The Ministry of Defense will set up a new cyber body to support Israeli defense industries in coping with cyber threats.
* Syria, China, Iran: 'Enemies of the Internet' Syria, China, Iran, Bahrain and Vietnam are flagrantly spying online.