* Minister of Internal Security proud of Temple Mount 'revolution' Min. Gilad Erdan notes rise in number of visitors - including Jews - to the Temple Mount.
* Turkey says will not cut off trade ties to Iran at behest of others Turkey will not cut off trade ties with Iran at the behest of other countries, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Friday, after the United States told countries to cut all imports of Iranian oil.
* What do European governments want from the EU Summit? The EU summit on Thursday and Friday will discuss a number of pressing issues, including migration, economics, security and Brexit.
* IDF: Israel Will Not Open Borders to Syrians, Humanitarian Aid to Continue Some 45,000 Syrians have fled to the borders of Jordan and Israel amid heavy regime offensive.
* What is the U.S. Position on the Golan? So can Congress be used to pressure the Trump administration to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan? That depends on whether the administration is willing to listen on the issue.
* The Middle East's first natural history museum is designed like Noah's Ark TEL AVIV, Israel - When visitors enter the Middle East's first natural history museum here next week, they'll spot a dramatic re-creation of the Great Bird Migration, when a half-billion birds make a stopover in Israel's Hula Valley en route from Europe to Africa.
* Turkey doesn't see positive steps with EU while Austria has presidency: minister Turkey does not believe positive steps will be taken with the European Union while Austria holds the presidency of the bloc this year, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Friday, reflecting tensions between Ankara and Vienna.
* Hundreds pray at tomb of Prophet Joshua Jews pray under heavy security at tomb of biblical prophet who conquered the Land of Israel.
* Netanyahu applauds Tehran protests, says Iran sanctions bearing fruit Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says mass anti-government demonstrations in Iran prove that international economic pressure against the Islamic Republic is working.
* Prince William's visit a PR coup for Israel, with some royal pain amid the gain The future UK monarch's historic trip boosted Israel's international legitimacy, but also underlined the world's ongoing discomfort with Jewish sovereignty throughout Jerusalem.