* Holocaust denial is not illegal in America, Facebook notes Zuckerberg's comments sparked concern among American Jewish organizations and prompted admonition from the German government, which reminded that Holocaust denial is against the law there.
* Mike Huckabee dons hard hat, lays bricks for new West Bank settlement homes Former Arkansas governor and Trump confidant says US president would be thrilled to see Israeli construction over the Green Line; refers to Efrat as a 'bridge to peace'.
* UK foreign secretary warns against messy EU divorce Britain's foreign secretary warned anew against a "messy divorce" with the European Union that could poison future relations as he visited Austria on Wednesday, bringing his message to the country that holds the EU's rotating presidency.
* How Popular Is Iran in Lebanon? EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Iran's hard power in Lebanon is well-known.
* Russian Envoy: Israel Agrees to Removal of Iranian Troops 85 KM from Golan New footage of Israeli strikes against Iranian targets in Syria released.
* Trump heads for summit with Rouhani. Israel caught by surprise President Donald Trump said Tuesday night July 31: "I have a feeling they'll be talking to us pretty soon. And maybe not, and that's OK too."
* Corbyn apologizes for comparing Israel to Nazis at 2010 gathering Corbyn is wrestling with accusations that his party has been tolerant of antisemitism among some of its members.
* Belgian funded PA school still named after terrorist mass murderer PA ignores Belgian demands to change name, yet Belgian funding of the PA continues unabated.
* Central African Republic: Russian journalists die in ambush Three journalists, believed to be Russians, have been killed in an ambush in the Central African Republic (CAR).
* Erodgan: US remarks show 'Evangelist, Zionist mentality' As the crisis escalates between Turkey and the US over the trial of Christian pastor Andrew Brunson, who was charged with terror offenses and accused of involvement in the 2016 military coup, Erdogan slams Trump's 'unacceptable' threat of sanctions.