* Rouhani says ‘Israel can never feel safe’ as thousands in Iran mark Quds Day Protesters burn Trump effigies, chant 'Death to Israel, America' in annual pro-Palestinian events across the Islamic republic.
* What Kim Is Column: Summits won't change the nature of the North Korean tyranny.
* Iran’s move toward uranium enrichment is message to EU to stand up to US, but it might be too late Iran’s move to get ready to enrich uranium is an attempt to send a message to Europe, encouraging it to resist US pressure to abandon the nuclear deal, experts told RT.
* Hamas: Riots will continue until Jerusalem is liberated Hamas leader Haniyeh says “March of Return” protests will continue until Jerusalem is liberated and the Gaza blockade ends.
* Where is our Temple? Are We Still Living with the Spies? As we pray at the Western Wall and gaze up at the Temple Mount, we cannot help but wonder why there is no Holy Temple today.
* Signs of Judaism Erased From Cave of Patriarchs for Ramadan On Thursday night, Joshua Wander, a resident of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem went to the Cave of the Patriarchs, Judaism’s second holiest site, and was shocked to see that all vestiges of Judaism or Hebrew were removed, leaving him to pray in what he described as “essentially and ostensibly a Mosque.”
* Palestinians: "Burn the Jews!" The Palestinians, who have been sending flaming kites from the Gaza Strip into Israel the past few weeks, say that their real goal is to "burn the Jews" and destroy Israel.
* Nasrallah: 'The Whole World Can Not Remove Us From Syria' When speaking to Israel, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said that if Israel will continue the occupation a great war will come.
* Iran marks International Quds Day Iranians poured into the streets in large numbers in different cities across the country to mark International Quds Day, which falls on the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan.
* Quarter Of A Million People Celebrate Tel Aviv’s 20Th Pride Parade The LGBTQ community celebrates three historic milestones: 10 years to the founding of the Gay Center in Tel Aviv, 20 years to Tel Aviv’s first Pride and 70 Years of Israeli Independence.