Thursday, March 21, 2019


Amid Temple Mount tensions, Jordan king calls Jerusalem 'a red line' Abdullah says kingdom has 'duty' to protect religious sites in city following closure of contested Gate of Mercy compound.

ANALYSIS: How Iran is Preparing for War With Israel Iranian leaders are very outspoken about their plans with Israel and have repeatedly warned that the 'Zionist project' or the Zionist 'cancer tumor' will be erased very soon.

Jordanian king vows to protect Jerusalem holy sites Jordan's King Abdullah II is vowing to keep protecting Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, calling it a "red line" for his country.

Peace Plan Now: 'Deal of the Century' Should be Revealed Before April Elections Co-founders of the Israeli NGO Blue White Future explain that a balanced peace plan could offer hope to both Israelis and Palestinians.

Sanhedrin Calls on Israel's Greatest Enemy to Follow Tradition and Build Third Temple The nascent Sanhedrin has turned a dispute between the Israeli Prime Minister and the Iranian Foreign Minister into an opportunity to invite Israel's greatest enemy to help build the Third Temple.

Purim Supermoon: Countdown to Messiah After reading the Book of Esther for the holiday of Purim on Wednesday evening, Jews leaving the synagogue will be greeted by the sight of a supermoon overhead, a phenomenon to which some rabbinic experts ascribe great import.

Brexit: Theresa May 'hopes' UK will leave EU with a deal Theresa May has said she "sincerely hopes" the UK will leave the EU with a deal and she is still "working on" ensuring Parliament's agreement.

Macron says no-deal Brexit if British MPs reject May's plan again The UK will have to leave the EU with "no deal" if the British MPs reject the EU-backed accord once again, the French President Emmanuel Macron has warned.

Pompeo, in Israel, says Hezbollah putting Lebanon at risk U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday described the heavily armed Hezbollah group as a risk to their fellow Lebanese and conferred with Israel about the Iranian-backed militia ahead of a trip to Beirut.

Dead seas: How a water crisis in Jordan could threaten Middle East peace Jordan, one of the world's driest countries, is in desperate need of water, or the region's security and vital peace deals are on the line, Bel Trew reports in the fourth part of her Water Wars series.