* Eligible kohanim wanted Temple Institute launches historic new program to register eligible members of priesthood, to prepare for return of service in Holy Temple.
* Abbas, Fatah openly support stabbing attacks Fatah launches internet blitz to incite against Israel, legitimizes violence against Jews as terror wave continues.
* Thugs disrupt Brussels memorial service Hundreds of thugs, some wearing balaclavas or plastic masks, pushed their way through crowds of mourners in Brussels city centre on Sunday (27 March).
* U.S. at Easter: When Christians Are Slaughtered, Look the Other Way Boko Haram, the Nigerian Islamic extremist group, has killed more people in the name of jihad than the Islamic State (ISIS), according to the findings of a new report.
* New online Bible explains Israel's right to the Land of Israel Founder of project Rabbi Tuly Weisz: We're certainly living in critical times where support for Israel is more divisive than ever and solidifying Biblical support for Israel among the Christian Zionist community is more important than ever at this moment.
* Syria civil war: Army 'steps up offensive from Palmyra' The Syrian army, backed by Russian warplanes, is reported to be continuing its offensive against so-called Islamic State (IS) after recapturing the ancient city of Palmyra on Sunday.
* ISIS 'crucifies Catholic priest on Good Friday' after kidnapping him from old people's home where four nuns were shot dead The Indian Catholic priest kidnapped by ISIS-linked terrorists in Yemen earlier this month was crucified on Good Friday, it has been claimed.
* Israel recruiting new nuclear scientists for 'national needs' Gov offers scholarships for promising grad students. Bennett: 'They will help developments in numerous fields that are better left unsaid.'
* Israel warns all citizens to leave Turkey Threat level now at "high concrete threat." Israelis advised to stay away from Turkey, those inside should leave as soon as possible.
* Turkish Hatred: When the Truth Slips Out The bomb attack in Istanbul on the morning of March 19 was the fifth similar act of terror targeting two of Turkey's biggest -- Istanbul and Ankara -- since October.