* In a First: Israel Fires Two David Sling Interceptor Missiles The Syrian rockets landed in Syria. Israel suffered no damage or injuries from the rockets.
* Israel rebuffs Russian offer to keep Iranian forces from Golan: official Israel rebuffed on Monday a new Russian offer to keep Iranian forces in Syria away from the Golan Heights ceasefire line, an Israeli official said, complicating Moscow's bid to stabilize the country as the civil war there wanes.
* ANALYSIS: Israel in Crisis Mode as Assad Regime Forces Reach Golan Border While the Israeli army was busy saving the lives of 800 members of the Syrian rescue organization "White Helmets" this weekend, the Russian-Iranian-backed Assad regime forces mercilessly pounded the last pockets of resistance in the Yarmouk Basin.
* Iran's Rouhani Warns Trump: War with Iran 'Is the Mother of all Wars' U.S. President Donald Trump was warned Sunday not to pursue hostile policies against Tehran, because "America should know... war with Iran is the mother of all wars."
* Putin's top officials sent to Jerusalem after DEBKAfile disclosed his rift with Netanyahu. Israeli David's Wand in first operation Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Chief of Staff Gen. Valery Gerasimov were sent urgently to Israel on Monday, July 23 over the Putin-Netanyahu rift that was exclusively disclosed by DEBKAfile.
* Over 1,000 Jews ascend Temple Mount Hundreds of Jews arrive this morning to Temple Mount for Tisha B'Av fast. 9 detained by police.
* Is evidence of Temple's destruction being destroyed by a bid for Jewish unity? Archaeologist Prof. Dan Bahat files a High Court petition to stop Western Wall construction.
* Jordan condemns Jewish visitors to Temple Mount Jordan issues official condemnation against mass Jewish visit to Jerusalem holy site.
* Brexit: What would a 'no deal' look like? "No deal" can be a confusing term in the Brexit debate because there are, in fact, several potential deals waiting to be done.
* Award Winning Archaeologist: Smashed Idols Show Biblical Jerusalem Was Religious Archeologists in Jerusalem say they have uncovered evidence from the Temple Mount that appears to corroborate large sections of the Bible's description of religious practice in the ancient city.