* Lebanon's Aoun: Israel will bear 'consequences' of any attack Lebanon and Hezbollah last month accused Israel of launching a drone strike on its Beirut stronghold.
* PA: Netanyahu "invaded" and "defiled" Hebron - it's an "obvious war" The Palestinian Authority continues to incite violence. Following yesterday's visit by Israeli leaders to Hebron, the PA is now saying that Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's presence there was an act of "obvious war" and that he "defiled" the city.
* PA Threatens New Intifada Over Netanyahu Pilgrimage to Hebron The Palestinian Authority's (PA) "endowments and religious affairs ministry" warns of the severity of a situation whereby the "Ibrahimi Mosque" (the Arabic name of the Cave of the Patriarchs) in Hebron will be visited by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday.
* Netanyahu says Jews will remain in Hebron 'forever' 'This official state ceremony in Hebron,' Edelstein concluded, 'is a step toward annexation'.
* Palestinian Professor: Bible Lied About Jewish Temple on Temple Mount, No Archaeological Proof The head of the Department of History and Archaeology at the Islamic University of Gaza, Dr. Ghassan Weshah told Felesteen, a Gazan news service, in an interview this week that there was no archaeological evidence of a Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount.
* Burning Man Festival Art Exhibit: Dolls on Pink Crosses and Barbie Auschwitz Monday was the last day of the ten-day Burning Man Festival held in the Nevada Desert.
* Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Johnson started the photo opportunity by saying that he wanted to discuss the two-state solution, while Netanyahu singled out Iran as the main subject of the meeting.
* Israel's New Existential Challenge The creation of an Iranian military/terrorist axis along Israel's northern and southern borders, comprising Syria, Hezbollah, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad, lays the groundwork for the long-term multi-frontal attrition of the Jewish state.
* Police probing MP's post with Bible verses as 'anti-LGBT hate speech' in Finland scandal Finnish authorities are investigating a Christian MP and former interior minister over her Facebook post that included verses from the Bible, which police say may amount to an "attack" on the LGBT community.
* Ukraine's Nazis: Who are they, why are they so influential - and why have media ignored them? A recent festival in Kiev proudly displayed Nazi symbols and even advertised "White Pride" - yet received almost no attention from Western media, who still steadfastly pretend there are no Nazis in Ukraine, neo- or otherwise.