* Jordan Outraged After Israeli Minister Calls for new Temple Mount Status Quo A spokesman for the Jordanian Foreign Ministry warned on Tuesday that a change of the status quo on the Temple Mount would have serious consequences.
* Minister says Temple Mount status quo should be changed so Jews can pray there Gilad Erdan stresses new arrangement should come from 'diplomatic agreements and not by force'; draws criticism from Jordan.
* Hamas to 'shower' Israeli cities with missiles Group's leader Yayha Sinwar vows to defeat IDF troops in the event of another war.
* Iran-US tensions erupt as Tehran issues Trump terrifying warning - 'every empire will end War fears have been reignited after Iran issued US President Donald Trump with a terrifying warning, claiming "every empire will end" amid ongoing tension between Tehran and Washington.
* Muslim Unity Key to Ending Israeli Tyranny against Palestine: Zarif Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has called on the Muslim world to unite against the Israeli regime's tyranny against Palestinians, preventing Tel Aviv and Washington from imposing the "Humiliation of the Century" on Palestine.
* Hamas threatens to rain barrages of 'hundreds' of rockets on Israel The leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, Yahya Sinwar, said on Tuesday that during the next round of fighting between Israel and Hamas the terrorist organization would rain "hundreds of rockets" on the Jewish state at a time.
* Israeli MKs: Two-State Solution 'Far More Dangerous' than BDS Twenty-one Knesset members cosigned a letter to members of the U.S. Congress on Monday, thanking them for the recent resolution rejecting the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, but warning them that the resolution's endorsement of a two-state solution is "far more dangerous for Israel" than boycott efforts.
* Russia lets Iranian-Hizballah forces redeploy opposite Syrian-Israel border Exclusive: Deep apprehension in Israel over a Russian U-turn, which is letting small Iranian Al Qods and Hizballah units regain former positions 10-15km from the Israeli and Jordanian borders.
* A Turkish-Kurdish war in Syria is still possible The recently concluded US-Turkey agreement has delayed but not precluded a conflict in northeast Syria.
* Jordan halts filming of movie that suggests Jews had a historical presence there Director of 'Jaber' rejects 'childish' claim that fictional caper showing boy who discovers Hebrew writing on rock in Petra will lead Israel to stake claim to ancient city.