* Iranian air chief: 'We're ready for the decisive war that will destroy Israel' IDF says attack on Hermon with Iranian rocket, which prompted Israeli airstrikes on Iranian installations, was planned 'months ago' and approved by Syria.
* Netanyahu to Soleimani: We Will Not Stop Fighting as Long as I Lead "As long as I am prime minister, we will not stop fighting against them," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted.
* Netanyahu: Israel's Crushing Fist Will Reach Any Place "Let our enemies who seek to destroy us know that Israel's crushing fist will reach all those who seek our harm, and we will hold them accountable," Netanyahu said.
* Russia says 'arbitrary' Israeli air strikes on Syria must stop Russia said on Wednesday that Israel should stop carrying out what Moscow called arbitrary air strikes on Syria, days after the Israeli air force targeted what Israel said were Iranian forces there.
* Changing of the Guards: Kohavi Assumes Highest Position in the IDF, Declaring Goals and Vision On January 14, Maj. Gen. Aviv Kohavi assumed the IDF's highest position as Chief of the General Staff.
* Syria Threatens to Bomb Ben Gurion Airport Syria's ambassador to the UN on Tuesday told the world body that his nation (presumably with the help of its Iranian allies) would attack Ben Gurion International Airport if Israel didn't stop bombing targets in the war-torn country.
* Israel's open war on Iran: Why Israel went public with its war on Iran ANALYSIS: It is not the elections, but the facts on the ground that have Israel revealing its war on Iran.
* Austrian Chancellor Tells Malaysian Premier: Anti-Semitism Is 'Unacceptable' During a 40-minute meeting in Vienna on Monday, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz told Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad that anti-Semitism is "unacceptable."
* Italy's Salvini hopes Macron's support dwindles at EU elections Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said on Wednesday he hoped the French people would not choose President Emmanuel Macron's party in European parliament elections later this year, drawing a sharp response from officials in Paris.
* 'A clear message from Israel to Iran' Prof. Efraim Inbar believes the Israeli attacks in Syria will continue. "Our duty is to prevent Iranian establishment in Syria."