* 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.