Saturday, October 17, 2015


Israel Rejects Calls for International Presence on Temple Mount  Israel says international presence on the Temple Mount would be a change in the status quo and would be unacceptable. 

'France advancing plan to deploy international observers at Jerusalem's Temple Mount' 'Le Figaro' reports France drafting presidential statement on the matter; Israel says that it would never agree to such a deployment. 

Palestinian and Western Leaders: Blood on Their Hands U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has shockingly justified the latest Palestinian murder campaign in Israel. 

Turkey's Grisly Dances with the Islamic State On October 10, Turkey woke up to the worst single terror attack in its history. 

The 'intifada of knives': A fire with no fuel Analysis: Palestinians committing violence are mainly interested in being hailed as heroes online; Arab world surmises that without support from Fatah and Hamas, the 'knife intifada' won't devolve into anarchy. 

Austria: Masked Attackers Carve Swastika into Cyclist's Forehead  One man with links to neo-Nazi groups arrested after shocking, brutal attack; three other assailants still at large. 

Netanyahu and Kerry to meet in Berlin next week  Secretary of State tells PM in phone call Abbas must condemn violence outright, backs Israeli right to act against violence. 

Jordanian protesters call for end to peace treaty with Israel  Thousands demonstrate in various cities, burn Israeli flag, citing Israeli 'violations' in Jerusalem. 

'They teach kids to stab Jews at school' - claims Israel's new UN envoy  Israel's newly appointed ambassador to the UN has accused the Palestinian authorities of teaching children in schools how to more effectively stab Jews. 

Migrant crisis: Slovenia army to help police  Slovenia's army will help police deal with thousands of migrants expected to arrive from Croatia in the coming days, Prime Minister Miro Cerar says.

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