* Iran Targets Netanyahu Children for Assassination Iran is encouraging its terror allies to pursue the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's children by publishing personal information about them, including photographs of the kids lined up in crosshairs, and declaring, "We must await the hunt of Hezbollah."
* HOW TO LOSE FRIENDS AND EMPOWER RADICALS: THE PEACE PRIZE PRESIDENT'S MORE DANGEROUS WORLD Since 2008, the world has become a significantly more dangerous place.
* Arab official: Hamas may join Hezbollah to attack Israel Senior intelligence official assesses Gaza rulers likely to allow rocket fire on Israel if Lebanese group chooses to escalate situation in north.
* Obama's Israel Problem The Obama administration, after days of mounting tension, signaled on Wednesday how angry it is with Israel that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accepted Republican leaders' invitation to address Congress on Iran without consulting the White House.
* Russia warns West support for Kiev could lead to 'catastrophe' Russia's envoy to the European security watchdog OSCE urged the United States and Europe on Thursday to stop supporting the "party of war" in Ukraine and warned "catastrophe" could result, Interfax news agency reported.
* Hezbollah 'sends anti-escalation message' to Israel Israel says it has received a message from Lebanese militant group Hezbollah saying it does not want a further escalation after border clashes on Wednesday that killed three people.
* Would Moses retweet that? 929 project brings new media approach to learning a chapter of the Bible every day, aimed at both religious and secular communities.
* BOKO HARAM RELEASES NEW PHOTOS OF CHILD SOLDIER TRAINING CAMPS Photos have emerged on social media purportedly showing a Boko Haram-held child soldier indoctrination/training camp.
* Gorbachev: US dragging Russia into new Cold War, which might grow into armed conflict Mikhail Gorbachev has accused the US of dragging Russia into a new Cold War. The former Soviet president fears the chill in relations could eventually spur an armed conflict.
* Greek government will seek 'common ground' - EU's Schulz European Parliament President Martin Schulz has said the new Greek government will seek "common ground" with its European partners as it tries to renegotiate its financial bailout.