Monday, November 03, 2014


Netanyahu: World is silent as Abbas feeds flames at Temple Mount Prime minister is responding to Mahmoud Abbas' letter to the family of Yehuda Glick's suspected shooter.

World Trade Center open for business More than 13 years after the original towers were destroyed in the 9/11 attacks, New York's World Trade Center has re-opened for business.

FAITH SCHOOLS COULD FACE CLOSURE IF THEY DON'T PROMOTE GAY RIGHTS British faith schools are to be forced to teach equality and respect for gay rights or face closure, in a move backed by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan.

Who is Yehuda Glick, and Why Was He Shot? A Palestinian Arab terrorist last week shot and nearly killed Rabbi Yehuda Glick following a presentation at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center in Jerusalem.

Arab League warns of Jerusalem 'red line' Deputy chief warns Israel that 'touching Jerusalem will lead to results with untold consequences,' calling on Arab nations, int'l community to 'put a stop' to Israel's 'violations' in East Jerusalem.

Moving Up: Israel Now 38th Best Country to Live in for 2014 Israel moves up on 'Global Prosperity Index,' to 38th worldwide in 2014; very high scores for economy, health, and education.

'Yehuda Glick Likely Will Return to Full Function' After fourth surgery, Jewish prayer rights activist showing 'progressive improvement,' likely will be woken up soon.

Netanyahu Holds Secret Meeting with Abdullah over Temple Mount Kuwaiti paper says PM met Jordanian king and told him he may block Jews from entering Temple Mount.

Syrian opposition coaxing Islamists away from Israel border Recently unified under new leadership, Free Syrian Army said persuading Al-Nusra combatants to fight Assad closer to Damascus

EU and UN reject 'farcical' east Ukraine vote The EU, the UN, and Nato have rejected the outcome of 'so-called elections' in Ukraine rebel zones, but Russia and a handful of fringe MEPs gave their stamp of approval.