* Saudi Prince Muhammad is on eve of accession, plans war on Iran, with Israeli attack on Hizballah The next Saudi King Crown Prince Muhammad and Israel agree that Iran is the biggest threat to the region, but Israel's top soldier rules out initiating an attack on Hizballah.
* Report: Saudi Crown Prince will 'crush' Hezbollah with Israel British newspaper reports Saudi King Salman will step down next week and announce his son as his successor.
* Sanhedrin/Mount Zion Group Prepares Oil for Temple Menorah, Fulfilling Amos Prophecy on Jewish Land In preparation for the Third Temple, the nascent Sanhedrin and the United Temple Movement (UTM) under the auspices of the Mount Zion Association annually prepares olive oil that is ritually pure and ready for use in the Temple.
* 'ISIS has lost 95% of its caliphate' Head of international coalition fighting jihadist group says it has lost 95% of its self-proclaimed "caliphate" in Iraq and Syria.
* Forty years after Sadat visit, Egyptian-Israeli peace faces uncertain future It was on November 19, 1977 that Sadat stunned the world by visiting Jerusalem.
* Joint Declaration calls on US to demand Palestinians recognize Jewish State "The primary obstacle to ending the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is the near century of Palestinian rejectionism of the right of self-determination for the Jewish People".
* Iraqi forces recapture final IS-controlled town, Rawa Iraqi forces say they have recaptured Rawa, the last town in the country controlled by so-called Islamic State.
* 'We won't accept Iranian presence on our border' Ambassador Danon meets UNDOF commander as Iran expands its control in the region.
* Purchase of Russian S-400 system creates issues for Turkey's use of F-35 - top US Air Force official Turkey's purchase of the Russian S-400 anti-aircraft missile system is a "significant concern," a top US Air Force official said, adding that it could affect Ankara's operation of F-35 jets, some 100 of which Turkey is planning to buy.
* Arrested Saudi royals must cough up 70% of their wealth in exchange for freedom - report Riyadh seems to have found the way to curb the budget deficit caused by lower oil prices.