Monday, August 05, 2013


Report: State funds groups that advocate building Third Temple Army Radio: Temple Institute backed by Education, Culture Ministries.

Edelstein: 'Peace Talks' May Cause Violence Trying to resolve all of the problems will result in a wave of unrest and international pressure, predicts Knesset speaker.

Dempsey in Israel to Talk About Syria and Iran Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff arrives in Israel to discuss issues such as Syria and a possible Israeli strike in Iran.

EXCLUSIVE: What to expect from Iran's new leader On August 3rd, Iran's notorious former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad officially left office, paving the way for Hassan Rouhani, considered by many as a ray of hope for the West, Israel included.

Obama 'Leaking Info on Israeli Strikes in Syria' Leaks reflect 'resentment' toward Israel within the U.S. intelligence community, reports World Tribune.

Report: US, EU, Arab envoys in Egypt visit jailed Brotherhood leader Visits are part of mediation efforts to end bloody conflict.

Tunisians come out in show of force for Islamist-led government Tens of thousands push back against protests of secular opposition.

U.S. extends embassy closings; warnings renew debate over NSA data collection The closing of U.S. embassies in 21 predominantly Muslim countries and a broad caution about travel during August that the State Department issued on Friday touched off debate Sunday over the National Security Agency's sweeping data collection programs.

Israel, US have vastly different takes on Iran's Rouhani inauguration Washington ready to talk, while Jerusalem is warning that regime goal remains development of nukes.

Syria's war splits nation into 3 distinct regions Regime forces, rebels and Kurds each control territories, boasting their own flags, security agencies and judicial systems.