* German Antisemitism Commissioner warns Jews in Germany to not wear kippot "I cannot advise Jews to wear the kippot everywhere all the time in Germany," Klein told the Fuke media group.
* Editor's Notes: The "New" Defense Minister Liberman It was like any other defense minister’s visit before him – except for what Liberman was wearing.
* Iran says US troop move 'threatens international peace' "Increased US presence in our region is very dangerous and a threat to international peace and security and must be confronted," Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told the official IRNA news agency.
* Christianity CRACKDOWN: Horrifying account of 'extreme persecution' suffered in Iran A VICTIM of Christian persecution in Iran has given an account of the “extreme persecution” she suffered by Iran's theocratic regime.
* The extreme right will likely grow in the European Parliament, but don't panic (yet) The results from across the 28 countries participating will likely be too muddled to be a game-changer.
* Turkey sends weapons to Syrian rebels facing Russian-backed assault: Syrian sources Turkey has equipped an array of mainstream Syrian rebels it backs with fresh supplies of weaponry to help them try to repel a major Russian-backed assault, senior opposition officials and rebel sources said on Saturday.
* The Middle East Anti-Peace Movement Ibrahim al-Karaki, the mayor of the Jordanian city of Al-Karak, 87 miles to south of Amman, with a view to the Dead Sea, is under attack for hosting Israeli (Jewish) tourists during the Jewish Passover holiday.
* Fatah seeks reconciliation with Hamas; Hamas promises "extermination" of Israel Hamas promises Israel and its people: "slaughter, extermination, and annihilation"
* The Far Right Wants to Gut the EU, Not Kill It Rather than opting to leave the EU like the U.K., Europe’s far-right parties have instead advocated for change “from within.”
* Johnson leads race to succeed May, but he’s not the only pro-Israel would-be PM A dozen Conservative MPs are jostling to replace UK leader, and several would maintain her support for Israel. A key question is who would defeat Corbyn in the next election.