Saturday, November 01, 2014


* Yehudah Glick, shot in Jerusalem, works for Jews' right to pray on Temple Mount Rabbi Yehudah Glick, who was shot and seriously hurt outside Jerusalem's Menachem Begin Heritage Center Wednesday night, has worked tirelessly in recent years to restore the right of Jews to worship on Jerusalem's Temple Mount in preparation for the arrival of the messiah and the building of a third Holy Temple.

* Haniyeh: We'll Fight Israel Over Temple Mount Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh on Friday declared that his organization will fight Israel and will not allow it to do as it pleases on the Temple Mount.

* MK Tibi: 'Jews Have No Right To Pray on Temple Mount' As violence in Jerusalem rages on and the fear of Arab riots has placed security forces on high alert, MK Ahmed Tibi (United Arab List) told Channel 2 in an interview to be broadcast Friday night that "the Jews have no right to pray at the site of the Al-Aqsa Mosque."

* Islamic State: Militants kill 50 from Iraqi Anbar tribe Militants from Islamic State (IS) have killed at least 50 members of an Iraqi tribe in western Anbar province, officials and tribal leaders say.

* Diplomacy: Back to square one on Jordanian-Israeli relations Marking the 20th anniversary of the peace treaty with Jordan, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon this week talked about the importance of the "strategic alliance" between Israel and the Hashemite Kingdom.

* 'Iran not answering questions on possible military aspects of nuclear program' Iran has stopped answering the UN nuclear watchdog's questions about its suspected past efforts to design nuclear weapons.

* How Hezbollah indoctrinates preschoolers to embrace 'resistance' against Israel Hezbollah, the Shi'ite terrorist organization in Lebanon, wastes little time in raising the next generation of jihadists determined to fight Israel.

* Security official: Jerusalem rioting could persist for weeks, even months As police prepared Friday for possible violent disturbances in Jerusalem," a senior security official estimated that rioting in the capital could continue for several more weeks, if not months.

* 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.

* Diplomacy: Cool European Winds Maltese Foreign Minister George Vella came to Israel this week for four days of talks, and not many people took notice.