* 148 Nations Disavow Jewish Ties to Jerusalem, Temple Mount "The international community must stop participating in such a blatant denial of history. You must not permit these blatant attempts to delegitimize Israel," Furman said.
* Hamas Not Enamored By Pending Condemnation At The UN This Thursday, November 6th, a United States resolution will be put to the vote in the UN General Assembly condemning Hamas rocket attacks on Israel and calling for an end to violence.
* Pakistani PM: 'There Is No Mention of Jesus in History' Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan recently remarked that, while the life of Islam's Muhammad "is part of history," there is no "mention" of Jesus in human history, the Times of Israel (TOI) reported on Friday.
* The UN Wants to be Our World Government By 2030 In the 1960s, an informed but naive undergraduate, I was walking across the campus of the University of Pennsylvania with the Chairman of the Chemistry Department, Prof. Charles C. Price.
* George H.W. Bush: Farewell to a Friend of Israel George H.W. (Herbert Walker) Bush, who served as 41st President of the United States, passed away late on Friday at the age of 94.
* Iran's multiple-warhead Khorramshahr test and Israel's reported Syria assault - new stage in Mid East missile war It was a Khorramshahr medium-range ballistic missile that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo last Saturday condemned Iran for testing, DEBKAfile reveals.
* Political Divisions in Germany Have Implications for the Middle East The decline of bipartisan political centrism in Germany portends significant changes, not only for the country itself but for other countries as well.
* Here's what happens next in Brexit Members of Parliament will approve or reject Theresa May's Brexit deal on Tuesday, December 11.
* Why Iran Funds Palestinian Terrorists The message that Iran is sending to Palestinian families is: "If you want money and a good life, send your children to die on the border with Israel."
* Vatican renews call for 2-state solution to Mideast conflict The Vatican has reaffirmed its longstanding call for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict following a visit by Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, as the U.S. says it is preparing to present its long-awaited peace plan.