* IDF: Next Gaza war will be short but deal 'massive blow' to Hamas The military completes largest drill since Operation Protective Edge.
* The Palestinians Continue to Reject Any Settlement with Israel The "Deal of the Century" and the Bahrain conference show that Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States, like other Islamic countries, have no real reason to oppose either normal relations with Israel or a settlement aimed at improving the lives of the Palestinians.
* Hamas says it does not oppose a state along the 1967 borders Hamas politburo Chief Ismail Haniyeh said Hamas does not oppose the creation of a Palestinian state along the 1967 borders in a gradual manner, but Hamas insists on not recognizing Israel, stressing that the Palestinian resistance has missiles that can hit any target in Israel.
* Jared Kushner arrives in Israel after meeting Jordan king on US peace plan Kushner is currently visiting the region and expected to visit five more countries, including Israel.
* Pro-Third Temple Politician: Prepare for War Responding to reports of an upcoming Israeli-Arab Peace summit hosted by the Trump administration, former MK Moshe Feiglin said that the result of this initiative will be a war.
* Iran missile sites Mapped: Tehran's war capability revealed amid tensions with West Iran's missile tests last week have sent shockwaves through the Western world over the state and capability of their secretive ballistic missile sites.
* Only the EU can ease US-Iran tensions To many observers, Europe's performance in defusing the crisis between Iran and the United States has been an embarrassing display of inept diplomacy and further evidence of European weakness.
* Palestine, Jordan boost economic ties A joint Palestinian-Jordanian team of customs administrations, in coordination with the Ministries of Industry, Economy and Transport of both countries, is set to begin consultations over the coming days and weeks to discuss details of the establishment of a logistics zone for trade exchange between the two sides.
* Israel backs West Bank homes for settlers and Palestinians Israel has approved the construction of 6,000 new homes for Jewish settlers and 700 homes for Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
* Did Abbas just ditch Oslo? Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's surprise visit to Jordan and meeting with King Abdullah II on July 24 telegraphed that an important decision was about to be made.