* Trump and Netanyahu confirm US-Israel military coordination against threatened Iranian attack The Trump-Netanyahu conversation on Sunday night, Dec. 1, finalized the arrangements for military coordination against Iran that were set up during recent US generals' talks in visits to Israel, DEBKAfile reports.
* IRGC commander: Our missiles are aimed at 21 US bases IRGC commander says Iran can launch 20,000 missiles per day, is prepared for "the greatest war against the greatest enemy."
* Iraqi protesters again set fire to Iranian consulate For the second time in less than a week, anti-government protesters set fire to Iranian consulate in Najaf.
* Amazon pulls Auschwitz-themed Christmas ornaments Amazon has withdrawn a range of "Christmas ornaments" displaying images of a former concentration camp that sellers had posted on its website.
* 'Antisemitic' Belgian carnival to mock Jews again, gives up UNESCO status The mayor of Aalst Christoph D'Haese said that city officials "have had it a bit with the grotesque complaints" and it is "unavoidable" that Jews will be mocked again in the 2020 edition.
* Turkey says new Russian missile deal to happen before too long Moscow hopes to seal a deal to supply Turkey with more S-400 missile systems in the first half of next year.
* Turkey is trying to take over the Mediterranean, through Libya Turkey says a new deal with Libya has "proven its capabilities to the world in a manner that is compatible with international law but also signaled its future intentions in the region."
* Inside the plans to renovate the Tomb of the Patriarchs complex Documents acquired by Arutz Sheva show Defense Ministry's plans to add elevator, bridge to Tomb complex, make site wheelchair accessible.
* In possible breakthrough, molecule destroys pancreatic cancer cells in mice PJ34, a stroke therapy, is seen to offer 'great potential' for causing the aggressive tumor, as well as others, to self-destruct in humans, Tel Aviv University researchers say.
* Ancient mosaics discovered in Golan strengthen claims of Jewish presence Mechael Osband from the University of Haifa said that the findings date back to the third century CE and very little information from that period is available on the Jewish presence in the Golan.