* Temple Harp Project: Returning the Music of Messiah to the World The Temple of Solomon was filled with the music of 4,000 harps and a remarkable couple have been on a lifelong journey to return that music in time for the Third Temple.
* Why Israel Needs the Nation-State Law Much has been published against the new Israeli Basic Law: Israel as the Nation-State of the Jewish People.
* Abbas's Responsibility for Gaza Crisis In a letter to the UN Secretary-General, Mahmoud Abbas's Foreign Ministry accused Israel of committing "crimes" against Palestinians civilians, especially in the Gaza Strip, and renewed the call for providing "international protection" for the Palestinians.
* With Abbas sidelined, Israeli-Palestinian conflict enters new territory Palestinian Authority boss appears increasingly marginalized, portending a possible change in the longstanding dynamics of the peace process.
* Hamas: The goal is to 'liberate' Jerusalem Hamas terror group says main goal of conflict with Israel is to 'liberate Palestine ' - Jerusalem and Al-Aqsa Mosque first and foremost.
* After decade building freeze, flagship settlement to grow by 65% Six years after PM vowed to build 300 new homes to replace 30 demolished in Samaria town, Beit El to get 650 new housing units.
* EU diplomats expect delay in Brexit deal beyond October target European Union leaders are likely to have to hold an emergency summit in November to consider any Brexit agreement struck with Britain, missing an informal deadline the previous month, diplomats in Brussels said.
* China's Path to Global Hegemony: Latest Target Is Syria China reportedly intends to build a railway through Iran and Turkey into Syria.
* Netanyahu avoids the tough questions in first-of-a-kind Instagram Q&A PM says no settlements will be evacuated, calls Indian president a 'close friend' and says he sleeps 7 hours a night, but ignores hot potatoes on Gaza, graft probes.
* Muslims at haj blame Arab disunity for Jerusalem embassy move Muslims at the annual haj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia criticized what they described as discordant Arab leaders for failing to block President Donald Trump's decision to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem after he recognized the city as Israel's capital.