* Trump got it right on Jerusalem On December 6, 2017, President Donald Trump made history. In a bold and courageous decision, he proclaimed what many knew in their hearts: that Jerusalem is the capital of the State of Israel.
* New elections: Who is most likely to gain - and who will lose? Liberman likely to lose two seats, while Netanyahu poised to gain seats in new elections even after indictment decision, says pollster.
* FM: I hope Corbyn loses British election due to 'whole wave of anti-Semitism' Israel Katz says no talks in Jerusalem over prospect of Labour leader winning on Dec. 12 or future of intelligence and security ties with Britain should vehemently pro-Palestinian MP, who has pledged to tighten arms sales to Israel, become prime minister.
* France, Germany, UK: Iran has nuclear-capable missiles France, Germany and the United Kingdom say Iran defied UN call by developing nuclear-capable ballistic missiles.
* Trump may send 14,000 troops to Middle East as Iran threat grows: report The Trump administration is weighing significantly increasing the US military presence in the Middle East to counter Iran by deploying more warships, military hardware and as many as 14,000 additional troops, according to a report.
* IDF’s 215th Division drills for war with Hezbollah Hundreds of troops and reservists participated in a tactical drill in the Jordan Valley.
* Europeans rap Iran for working on nuclear-capable missiles Ambassadors urge UN chief to probe Tehran's inconsistencies with Security Council resolution endorsing 2015 nuclear deal, citing footage posted on social media in April of previously unseen flight test of new Shahab-3 medium-range ballistic missile variant.
* Israeli elections to be held on February 25 at the earliest By law, if the Knesset is dispersed automatically on Wednesday night when the deadline to form a government passes, election would be held on March 10.
* Why Iran has erupted into protest Hundreds of people have died in widespread unrest following fuel price hikes.
* Iran waging ‘shadow war,’ seeding Iraq with short-range missiles that could strike Jerusalem, US troops “Tehran is engaged in a shadow war, striking at countries in the Middle East but thinly disguising the origin of those attacks to reduce the chance of provoking a response,” say the sources.