* Pence: We're proud to stand with Israel US Vice President reiterates Washington's support for Israel following meeting between Trump and Netanyahu.
* Iran says Israel will 'regret' further attacks on Syria The secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council has said Israel will be sorry if it continues to attack Syria's army and its allies.
* European Parliament Committee Votes to Freeze 15M to PA Over Inciting Textbooks "There was only a vision of one state from the river to the sea, which is not EU policy," IMPACT-se CEO Marcus Sheff said.
* What Is the Right Strategy with Hamas: Make Concessions or Fight? What should the strategy regarding Hamas be -make concessions or initiate a fourth round of fighting?
* 25 years after Oslo, PA and Fatah still don't recognize Israel PA Minister of Education with map of "Palestine" that erases all of Israel.
* Jerusalem's new high-speed train starts regular trips to Ben Gurion Airport Line runs every 30 minutes for 21-minute journey - free for first 90 days but travelers must purchase online voucher in advance.
* Report: Britain Slated to Outlaw the Entire Terrorist Entity Hezbollah Britain banned Hezbollah's military wing in 2008 because the Lebanese militia attacked UK soldiers in Iraq.
* Left Turn: Corbyn Promises Immediate Recognition of Palestinian State if Labour Elected A newly elected UK Labour government will immediately recognize the Palestinian state, party leader Jeremy Corbyn promised on Wednesday.
* Brexit Bulletin: Planning for Failure With just a nervous few weeks left before the U.K. and the European Union hope to strike a deal, both sides have been thinking about what happens if the deadlock can't be broken.
* Editorial: Calling Iran What It Is On September 20, 2001, speaking to a joint session of Congress, President George W. Bush famously articulated the key component of what would later be called the Bush Doctrine: "From this day forward," the president said, "any nation that continues to harbor or support terrorism will be regarded by the United States as a hostile regime."