* Netanyahu: Iran Uses Hezbollah to Control Lebanon The Times of Israel reports: Iran controls the new Lebanese government via its proxy Hezbollah group, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday, in his first public comments on the government formed in Beirut last week.
* Iran Poses a Growing Threat to Europe Addressing Iran's policies of terrorism and political assassinations require combined action from the United States and the European Union.
* Iran Unveils Cruise Missile Neither Israel Nor US Can Intercept On Saturday, during celebrations marking the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, Iran state television announced their military had successfully tested the new Hoveizeh surface-to-surface cruise missile.
* The Menace of Waves of Infectious Diseases Waves of infectious diseases struck Israel and other countries in 2018, causing considerable concern.
* Pope in historic UAE visit urges faith leaders to reject war Pope Francis urged religious leaders to work together to reject war as he opened the first papal visit to the Arabian Peninsula, the birthplace of Islam, with a strong denunciation of violence committed in God's name.
* Jews Complain: The Rabbis are Sounding Like Christians! Rabbis generally do not speak out against abortion, at least not like Christians. But New York's terrible new law allowing abortion up to the moment of birth has stirred at least two of the largest rabbinical councils in the US to come out with public statements on the controversial issue.
* Rabbis Praise Tolerance at UAE Interfaith Conference Pope and Grand Imam of Al-Azhar meet in Abu Dhabi as 700 religious leaders gather for Conference of Human Fraternity.
* The Pope's Stubborn Silence on the Persecution of Christians Unfortunately, Pope Francis's stance on Islam seems to be coming from a fantasy world.
* Brexit is a revolt against a German-run European super-state Led by an appallingly incompetent German management, the European Union will most probably come out terminally fractured after next May's parliamentary elections.
* ISIS brutality leading some Syrian Muslims to convert to Christianity A new Christian church in Kobani, a city along the Syrian-Turkish border, is attracting converts who have seen and experienced brutality at the hands of the militant group ISIS.