Friday, October 16, 2015


Security Council to hold emergency talks on Jerusalem violence UN body to meet at Jordan's request; PA envoy calls situation 'very explosive' urges the Council to take action. 

PA Tries to Claim Western Wall at UNESCO Proposal, likely to pass due to Muslim majority, would have Kotel renamed Buraq Plaza and made part of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Fatah's armed wing calls for more attacks against Israel Al-Aksa Martyrs Brigades posts call for more violence on its Twitter account.

WATCH: Threatening enemies, Iran shows off secret ballistic missiles Weapons 'across provinces and cities' are 'stationed and ready,' says commander of Revolutionary Guard's aerospace branch.

Photos: Social media and Palestinian incitement during terror wave Palestinian Facebook post: There is nothing greater than a knife penetrating the heads of the Jews.

Joseph's Tomb set ablaze by Palestinian rioters Hundreds of Palestinian rioters attempted to set fire to the Joseph's Tomb compound in Nablus on Friday morning, according to reports by Israel radio.

Migrant crisis: EU backs Turkey action plan EU states have backed an action plan with Turkey, which it is hoped will ease the flow of migrants to Europe. 

Syria Death Toll Tops a Quarter Million Staggering death toll of civil war includes at least 74,426 civilians, and among them 12,517 children and 8,062 women.

Kerry warns Abbas against inciting violence Secretary of state says Palestinians 'need to understand' that 'no amount of frustration is appropriate to license any violence.'

EU leaders reach minimal agreement on Syria EU leaders meeting in Brussels on Thursday (15 October) agreed that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad bears "the greatest responsibility" for the conflict deaths and the displacement of refugees. The leaders also agreed to "express concern" at Russia's military involvement in Syria.

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