* The Battle for the Temple Mount That Took Place This Jerusalem Day A battle was fought on the Temple Mount on Sunday morning between Palestinians who resorted to violence and the Israeli police who stood firm, protecting the rights of Jews to visit their holiest site on a special day.
* Fatah calls for violence in order to prevent the Jerusalem Day Parade to the Western Wall Fatah calls to come to the Damascus Gate of the Old City at 5:00 p.m., the exact same time at which the traditional flag parade will pass the spot on its way to the Western Wall.
* At the UN, the battle for Jerusalem is eternally waged - Analysis At the United Nations, the diplomatic battle for a united Jerusalem is eternally waged on almost a monthly basis, whether it is in UN forums in Geneva, Paris or the UN headquarters in New York.
* The Prospect of an Iran-Israel Escalation The recent rise in military tensions in the Persian Gulf between the US and Iran introduces a heightened possibility that Iran will activate proxies against Israel.
* Smotrich: Israel will be governed as in the days of King David and King Solomon "Why is a state of law in which the person who determines the laws is Aharon Barak, and small group of people who were not elected, ok?" he asked.
* Tens of thousands join Flag March to mark unification of Jerusalem Annual parade wends through Muslim Quarter of Old City; Waqf reports several Palestinians arrested, dozens injured in clashes with police on Temple Mount.
* A Call to Slaughter Jews at Toronto's Al Quds Day March Khaybar - (or Khaibar) is an oasis lying about 95 miles (150 km) north of Medina (ancient Yathrib), Saudi Arabia.
* Israeli politics likely to delay key part of Trump admin's peace plan President Trump said on Sunday he is unhappy that Israel will be embroiled in a new election campaign, as his administration prepares to launch its long-awaited Israeli-Palestinian peace plan - the full release of which will likely now be delayed.
* Making Sense of the European Elections The election results reflect a generational shift and suggest that European politics increasingly will be dominated by ideological clashes over two competing mega-issues: the fight against climate change championed by the pro-EU globalists; and the opposition to mass migration and multiculturalism led by the anti-EU national populists.
* The Miraculous Story of How Hebron Was Taken 52 Years ago without Firing a Single Shot While the holiday of "Jerusalem Day" was marked with great fanfare on Sunday, June 2nd, today marks the 52nd anniversary of "Hebron Day" when the IDF liberated Judaism's second holiest city in a thrilling military conquest.