* PA insists Yehuda Glick 'burst' into Temple Mount PA news agency accuses Yehuda Glick and other 'settlers' of 'provocative break' into Temple Mount compound.
* Nearly half of Israelis in the south don't feel safe New survey shows 42% of Israelis living in southern Israel don't have a nearby bomb shelter.
* Amnesty International: at least 208' killed in Iranian protests Philip Luther, Amnesty's research and advocacy head for the Middle East, called the number of deaths 'evidence that Iran's security forces went on a horrific killing spree'.
* IRGC: 'Great Satan' US, 'Zionist' Israel behind protests in Iran It is one of the first major comments in which Iran directly blamed Israel.
* Jordan holds military maneuver simulating war with Israel Drill takes place just mere weeks after Jordanian King Abdullah II announces Israeli-Jordanian relations at 'its worst state ever'.
* Iran arrests group planning unrest at Tehran universities During the recent protests, the group had planned to draw students off the campus of Tehran University to create unrest, a ministry statement said. It gave no further details.
* IDF commander warns: Israel racing to stay ahead of increasingly sophisticated enemies The chief of the IAF Air Defense Division warned on Monday that the systems that protect Israel's skies are not perfect and countries and terrorist organizations can penetrate them, Israel Hayom reported.
* Shooters target church in Burkina Faso On Sunday, unidentified shooters attacked a protestant church in eastern Burkina Faso, near the country's border with Niger.
* Pressed repeatedly, UK's Corbyn finally says sorry for anti-Semitism in Labour Reluctantly apologizing to Jewish community over his handling of anti-Semitism, party leader in TV interview then says he has dealt with the issue and other parties also affected.
* Hebron's Cave of the Patriarchs to undergo major renovation The Israeli plan is moving forward despite "the objections of the Jordanian-based Islamic trust, which co-manages the site along with the Israeli rabbinate," says Arutz 7.