Friday, October 31, 2014


Security official: Jerusalem rioting could persist for weeks, even months Relative quiet pervades Friday morning as Temple Mount reopens; police remain on high alert in capital.

Abbas's 'Day of Rage' Fizzles on Temple Mount Arab rioters shoot fireworks and try to storm Temple Mount before being repulsed, in what looks to be 'day of rain' instead.

MK Tibi: 'Jews Have No Right To Pray on Temple Mount' At the peak of tension in Jerusalem, Arab MK attacks Jews for praying on the Temple Mount, proclaiming it holy only for Muslims.

Jordan Threatens to Revoke Peace Treaty Over Temple Mount Jordanian minister blames Netanyahu for 'not keeping promise' of discriminatory status quo on Temple Mount, drafts plan against 'breaches.'

Police on high alert in Jerusalem after Fatah calls for 'day of rage' Israel Police decide to reopen Temple Mount after closing it for first time in 14 years; entrance will be limited to men over 50 and women; Fatah calls on Palestinians to "defend Aksa Mosque."

France denies warship delivery, as Russian bombers skirt EU airspace France's controversial warship deal with Russia is hitting the headlines again, with a cacophony of statements and denials after a Russian minister published a French invitation to the hand-over ceremony.

Friend and colleagues describe Glick as quiet, dignified and dedicated to the cause Glick was "totally nonviolent, despite the violence directed toward him at the Temple Mount."

In wake of shooting, sides spar over future of Temple Mount access Violence should not prompt changes to status quo at incendiary site, says left-wing researcher, who was invited by Yehudah Glick to speak at conference where assassination attempt took place .

Kerry Reiterates Call to Reopen Temple Mount to Muslims In a statement, Secretary of State condemns shooting of Yehuda Glick but also calls 'to maintain the status quo.'

Latvian Nazi Musical Stirs Jewish Outrage The Jewish community of Latvia has come out in protest of the musical 'glorifying' Nazi Herbert Cukurs, known as the 'Butcher of Riga'.