* Netanyahu: Yes to peace, no to dividing Jerusalem On Jerusalem Day, Netanyahu pledges to never abandon Kotel or cut ties to Temple Mount.
* Six Day Miracle From gaining strategic depth in the north and south to taking back the holiest sites in Judaism from Jordanian control, the generals who led the battles describe how this war was won against all odds.
* Netanyahu heads to Moscow for fourth Putin parley in a year PM and Russian president to discuss security cooperation in Syria, mark 25 years since establishment of bilateral ties.
* Muslims mark start of Ramadan, many under cloud of war More than a billion Muslims observed the start of Ramadan on Monday but in the besieged cities of Syria and Iraq residents struggled to mark the holy month.
* Abbas: 'The Bible says we were here before Abraham' PA head exposed claiming 'Palestinians invented an alphabet here 6,000 years ago' - as his adviser claims 5,000 years of 'history.'
* This is the fastest-growing language in American homes Arabic is the fastest-growing language in American households - and that's leading the US Census Bureau to explore the tricky task of adjusting its questionnaires to - accommodate the language's right-to-left script.
* Exclusive: As Iran's oil exports surge, international tankers help ship its fuel More than 25 European and Asian-owned supertankers are shipping Iranian oil, data seen by Reuters shows, allowing Tehran to ramp up exports much faster than analysts had expected following the lifting of sanctions in January.
* Nearly 100,000 affirm the Jerusalem Covenant NGO presents MK Glick with signatures of the Covenant affirming Jerusalem is the eternal Biblical capital of the Jews.
* Attack kills 5 Jordan intelligence agents at Palestinian camp Security forces launch investigation into incident at Baqaa refugee camp, north of Amman.
* How One Rabbi Single-Handedly Captured the Holy City of Hebron Many know the story of Rabbi Shlomo Goren arriving at the Western Wall flanked by IDF troops in the 1967 Six Day War on the 28th of Iyyar in the Hebrew calendar.