* Again, Is "Palestine" Really Part of Syria? "Considered Palestine a constitutive part of Syria."
* Trump's peace plan for two Palestinian states kicked off by fuel trucks for Gaza Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu won praise from US special ME negotiator Jason Greenblatt for letting the Qatar-funded fuel trucks go through to the Gaza Strip on Oct 9.
* How Palestinians Lie to Europeans In the eyes of Hamas and its supporters, it is fine for Palestinians to throw explosive devices and firebombs at soldiers, but it is completely unacceptable for the soldiers to defend themselves.
* Meet the Assads: Jeremy Bowen reveals how Syria's 'dangerous dynasty' swept to power The BBC's Middle East editor traces the origins of President Bashar al-Assad's brutal ruling family ahead of a new series, A Dangerous Dynasty: House of Assad.
* IDF Presents: What it takes to be a great leader What does it take to become a great leader? Current and past chiefs of the IDF General Staff give their answers.
* How trouble in Europe might trigger a global debt crisis Richard Harris says the EU has more to lose than the UK in the Brexit battle, for Britain's departure might mean the beginning of the end of European federalism.
* Italy Puts Itself on a Collision Course With E.U. Leadership Populist political parties have made big gains in a number of European countries in recent years, but Italy is the first large euro-zone economy where a government openly hostile to the E.U. has taken charge.
* Brexit aside, British troops test ability to reinforce Europe British troops disembarked in the Netherlands on Wednesday en route to Norway to test NATO's ability to move personnel and armor quickly across Europe, an exercise officers said showed London's commitment to European security after Brexit.
* The Stakes Are High for a Museum in the Holy Land A museum in Jerusalem addresses skeptics who doubt the historicity of Jesus of Nazareth.
* Tony Blair sees 50-50 chance of another Brexit referendum Former British leader Tony Blair said there was a 50-50 chance of another Brexit referendum as Prime Minister Theresa May will be unlikely to secure a parliamentary majority for any divorce deal.