* The Islamic State calls rival al-Qaeda 'Jews of Jihad' More slander, hate and propaganda against the Jews continue to be spread by jihadists.
* IDF working 24/7 to shore up 'insufficient' defenses on Lebanese border Combat engineers put up walls, fences and create cliffs to protect Israeli communities from Hezbollah attacks.
* Palestinians celebrate terror attack in Tel Aviv, Saudis strongly condemn Following the shooting, Salma al-Jamal, a Palestinian news anchor working at Al-Jazeera TV, wrote on Twitter: "The Ramadan operation is the best answer to stories about 'peace process'."
* Navy Secretary Ray Mabus celebrates gay pride, hits 'bigots' who backed ban Navy Secretary Ray Mabus said Wednesday that pro-military activists who opposed lifting the ban on gays serving openly in the ranks are just like the bigots who fought against racial desegregation decades ago.
* Thousands flee IS Syria stronghold as coalition closes in Kurdish troops close in on Manbij, with US air support; Russian-backed Syrian fighters approach from the southwest.
* Major and Blair say an EU exit could split the UK Sir John Major and Tony Blair warned a vote to leave the EU will "jeopardise the unity" of the UK as they campaigned together in Northern Ireland.
* Bilderberg group meeting: What actually happens at the world's most secretive gathering of global elites, and who is attending? The list of the rich and powerful attending this year's Bilderberg Conference has been released - it includes bankers, prime ministers and former heads of the CIA and M16.
* IDF to send hundreds more troops into Judea and Samaria In response to deadly Tel Aviv shooting, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman tells reporters he doesn't intend to 'make do with words.'
* International coverage of TA terror attack refer to 'shooting,' but not terrorists CNN refers to Tel Aviv terrorists who killed 4 Israelis in quotation marks; BBC describes attack as 'shooting;' FOX News refers to 'Terror in Israel.'
* Public Support for the European Union Plunges Public opposition to the European Union is growing in all key member states, according to a new survey of voters in ten EU countries.