* On the eve of voting, Netanyahu in Sochi praises cooperation with Russia Netanyahu said there is “a human bridge between Israel and Russian-speaking countries, because we have more than a million people from the former Soviet Union, and their contribution is tremendous.”
* Final polls predict a second stalemate Likud to remain largest party.
* National Security Advisor John Bolton’s Departure Celebrated by Iran Iranian officials and state media expressed great pleasure at the termination of U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton, a trenchant critic of the Iranian regime long derided by Tehran as a “warmonger.”
* Netanyahu calls emergency meeting days before election “If the Likud complaints were examined on time, Israel would not be in the current round of elections,” the Likud party stated, according to Maariv.
* US, Israel talk about mutual defense treaty – Trump The US and Israel are discussing a mutual defense treaty that would further cement the already “tremendous” alliance between the two countries, President Donald Trump has revealed.
* Taliban visits Moscow days after Trump says talks ‘dead’ A negotiating team from the Taliban arrived Friday in Russia, a representative said, just days after U.S. President Donald Trump declared dead a deal with the insurgent group in Afghanistan.
* As ISIS fades, Al Qaeda reemerging as threat, counter-terrorists warn Speakers at an Israeli conference warn of the global menace the extremist Islamic group still poses.
* Iran Ready to "Wipe the Zionist Regime off the Map" Malign behavior in the world today seems largely to be the result of people who have the power to correct what is wrong willfully looking the other way: hypocrisy.
* Jews and the Nations Invited To Celebrate The Creation Of The World This coming Sunday, September 15, former Member of Knesset Rabbi Yehudah Glick is inviting Jews and non-Jews alike to a special program through his newly established Shalom Jerusalem Foundation.
* Omar, Tlaib, and Israel’s Nonexistent Anti-Propaganda Agency The clumsy manner in which the Israeli government handled the non-visit to Israel of US Democratic Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar was not a mere mishap.