* Syria vows to 'liberate' the Golan Syrian government responds to Trump, says Golan Heights will remain "Syrian and Arab".
* IDF braces for violent protests in north after US recognizes Golan sovereignty Israeli military and police ready for tensions on both sides of border with Syria after Trump’s declaration of Israel’s sovereignty over the plateau on Thursday
* Jordan’s king warns Israel: ‘Jerusalem is a red line’ In the wake of recent tensions on the Temple Mount, King Abdullah II of Jordan said, “To me, Jerusalem is a red line, and all my people are with me.”
* Pompeo Wants Israel ‘Wide-Eyed and Awake to the Threats Posed by China’ Secretary of State Mike Pompeo cautioned Israelis about the dangers of doing business with China, ranging from debt colonialism to technology theft and espionage, in an interview with Israeli correspondent Barak Ravid on Thursday.
* Guide to the Perplexed: End of Days and Purim On Wednesday evening, Jews around the world will begin celebrating Purim, one of the most joyous yet intentionally inexplicable holidays of the Hebrew calendar.
* ANALYSIS: How Iran is Preparing for War With Israel Iranian leaders are very outspoken about their plans with Israel and have repeatedly warned that the ‘Zionist project’ or the Zionist ‘cancer tumor’ will be erased very soon.
* POMPEO: Trump possibly sent from God to ‘Help save the Jewish people’ He continued that “the work that our administration’s done to make sure that this democracy in the Middle East, that this Jewish state, remains,” and he is “confident that the Lord is at work here.
* UNRHC voted 26-16 against Israel's 'occupation' of the Golan Heights The prescheduled vote, come just one day after the US President Donald Trump said the United States would recognize Israeli sovereignty on the Golan.
* There's only one logical way forward for Britain and Brexit Display at the Perhaps the best one can hope for this coming week in the United Kingdom, in light of a slightly extended Brexit deadline to April 12, is something akin to a failed suicide.
* My Europe: The dangerous 'Balkanization' of the EU In today's European Union, bickering local elites rely on the support of global powers. Europe has been torn apart by competing factions, warns Ivaylo Ditchev, a cultural anthropologist from Bulgaria.