* ANALYSIS: What's Behind the Crisis Over the Temple Mount? On Tuesday, Israeli police finally decided to close the Temple Mount in Jerusalem after a Muslim terrorist threw a firebomb at a station of the Border Police near the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
* Israel launches airstrikes on 'terror sites in Gaza' after attack on Tel Aviv, military says The Israeli military early Friday announced it had launched airstrikes on "terror sites in Gaza," a retaliatory move after rockets blamed on the militant group Hamas were fired on Tel Aviv.
* Rockets on Tel Aviv: 6 Short Comments The event: Two rockets fired from Gaza in Tel Aviv. No one was hurt.
* Christchurch shootings: 49 dead in New Zealand mosque attacks Forty-nine people have been killed and at least 20 wounded in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, in the nation's deadliest attack.
* Erdogan says New Zealand attack shows growing hostility to Islam Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday condemned the deadly attack on two mosques in New Zealand, saying it illustrated the growing hostility towards Islam "idly" watched by the world.
* U.N. Human Rights Council Set to Condemn Israel for Golan 'Occupation' It is one of five anti-Israel resolutions the UNHRC is set to debate on Monday and will vote on toward the end of the week.
* US 'linguistics' have changed the status of the occupied Golan Heights The US State Department released its annual human rights report on Wednesday referring to the 'Israeli-occupied' Golan Heights as 'Israeli-controlled'.
* Britain Votes To Delay Brexit After Chaotic Week In Parliament. Here's What That Means As earthquakes go in recent British politics, this one was the largest. Across three successive evenings, lawmakers handed down three scathing defeats to Prime Minister Theresa May.
* Israel vs. its Enemies in Europe Ireland's Senate recently voted to support organizations, many headed by terrorists, in imposing a boycott on Israel, the only democracy in the Middle East.
* Rocket fire on Tel Aviv pushes Gaza to center stage in Israel's elections Until now, candidates traded accusations of corruption, racism and incompetence, but mostly ignored the volatile situation in the Hamas-run Strip. That changed on Thursday night.