* Palestinians Blame Israel for Jerusalem Violence Arab riots and attacks on Jews and Jewish property have been on the rise in Jerusalem for months.
* Jerusalem eternal capital of Palestinian state, says PA's Hamdallah at Temple Mount Hamdallah accused Israel of working toward "Judaizing" Jerusalem and the Aqsa Mosque.
* At Knesset Opening Session, Netanyahu Draws Israel's Red Lines PM vows that Israel will not yield on 3 issues: Jerusalem, Temple Mount, and a Palestinian state without 'mutual recognition.'
* Netanyahu approves over 1,000 new housing units in east Jerusalem 600 units to be constructed in Ramot Shlomo and another 660 to be built in Har Homa, says PMO official.
* PA on east Jerusalem building: Such unilateral acts will lead to an explosion Senior Fatah official Rajoub suggests that the violence seen in Gaza over the summer could repeat itself in the West Bank if Netanyahu continues with such pronouncements.
* Two decades after making peace with Israel, Jordan finds little to celebrate Even as security and economic cooperation flourish, Hashemite kingdom's media looks back at 20 years of peace with anger and frustration .
* Under siege, Egypt looks for allies Sisi was confident he could depend on America's assistance to fight the threat of terror.
* Jordan: 'Settlement' Construction Endangers Peace Agreement Jordanian ambassador says that continued Israeli construction in Judea and Samaria would jeopardize peace agreement.
* French Jews Turn to Krav Maga in Battle Against Anti-Semitism Martial arts program aimed specifically at French Jews to train them, mentally and physically, to fight frequent attacks.
* Palestinian PM visits Temple Mount amid unrest Rami Hamdallah vows "there will not be a Palestinian state without East Jerusalem as its capital," after he and other PA officials receive permission from Netanyahu to tour holy site.
* Pro-Western bloc wins Ukraine elections Ukraine exit polls show a strong win by pro-Western parties, a snub to the far-right, and a surprisingly good result for elements of the former regime.