* Zehut's Feiglin says he wants to build Third Temple right away Chairman of far-right party, which is enjoying growing popularity, is a longtime advocate of Jews' rights on Temple Mount and has called for increased Israeli control over site.
* Report: Hamas, Islamic Jihad order end to Gaza border attacks Haniyeh says 'no reason' why Hamas cannot discuss prisoner swap, likely involving fallen IDF soldiers, captive civilians; Hamas boss hints that Egypt-mediated talks with Israel progressing well.
* Analysis: Netanyahu Meets Putin Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin tomorrow, April 4th, in Moscow for talks on regional conflicts. The two leaders have spoken on the phone in the past few days to discuss Israel's concerns over Russia's approach to Iran's military buildup in Syria.
* Israel's far-right PM candidate seeks to annex Gaza, West Bank With six days to go before Israel's general election, attention is focused on the battle for re-election by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
* ANALYSIS: Why the world got Israel's Golan sovereignty all wrong Israel and the US agree that the transfer of the plateau is no longer negotiable due to the changed situation in Syria.
* Should Israel Seize the Gaza Strip? In 2005, Israel left the rest of the Gaza Strip. Israel therefore has already captured and ruled the Gaza Strip twice. The third time is not likely to be a charm.
* Cultural obstacles are the real barriers to Israeli-Palestinian peace "The attacks on civilians, breaking their arms, and beating them, constitute humiliation, disgrace, and injustice," Nasser Al-Laham, the editor-in-chief of the Palestinian Authority's Maan News Agency, said about Palestinian rule in the territories.
* Israeli elections and the coming of Moshiach Ancient Temple discoveries, Red Heifers, and the Golan Heights.
* China's Han Superstate: The New Third Reich China's ruler, Xi Jinping, demands that the five recognized religions - official recognition is a control mechanism - "Sinicize."
* NATO at 70: Why NATO and the EU must work hand in hand After Brexit, eighty percent of NATO's spending will be delivered by non-EU countries.