* Israeli air strikes in Syria. Reprisal threatened The Israeli military said its fighter jets had struck several targets in Syria early Friday, March 17, and were back in Israeli-controlled airspace, when Syria launched several anti-aircraft missiles toward the Israeli jets.
* Are the Hard Leftists Aligned with Radical Islamists? The leftist media and other American liberals insist on portraying President Trump's position as a fight against Islam and Muslims.
* ISIS Could Eradicate Christians From Middle East Christians living in areas controlled by the Islamic State continue to be killed en masse by the radical Muslim group, threatening their existence in the region.
* Temple Mount Conflict Proves Islamic "Replacement Theology" Seeks to Usurp All Religions The conflict over the Temple Mount is a clear manifestation of Islamic replacement theology, a noted archaeologist told the Knesset on Wednesday.
* Rex Tillerson on North Korea: Military action 'an option' The US has said its policy of "strategic patience" with North Korea is over and suggested it might decide to take pre-emptive military action.
* Arrow Defense System Intercepts Syrian Missile Fired at IAF Fighter Jet The Israel Air Force strikes targets in Syria; Rocket alert sirens sound in Jordan Valley.
* Merkel and Trump begin key talks at White House German Chancellor Angela Merkel is visiting the White House for a key summit with President Donald Trump.
* Iranian pilgrims 'to attend Hajj again' after Saudi rift Saudi Arabia says Iranian citizens will attend this year's annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, after missing last year's event following a bitter rift between Riyadh and Tehran.
* 'After School Satan Club' Received Fast-Tracked Tax-Exempt Status from IRS Documents obtained by Judicial Watch show the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) fast-tracked tax-exempt status for an "After School Satan Club" in Tacoma, Washington, while the federal agency was discovered to be either denying conservative and Christian groups the same status or making them wait for years.
* Turkey could send 15k refugees a month to Europe to 'blow its mind' -interior minister Turkey's interior minister says Ankara could send 15,000 refugees a month to Europe, to "blow its mind."