* Assassination Of Iranian General Soleimani 'A Game Changer,' Experts Say Expect more violence in the middle east following the assassination of Iran's most prominent and proficient General.
* How will Iran retaliate for the assassination of Qasem Suleiman? It was a strike that will shake the Middle East.
* Russian Politicians: U.S. 'Crossed the Red Line' by Killing Iran Terror Chief Top Russian diplomats and lawmakers expressed outrage and discontent at the death of Qasem Soleimani on Thursday, the head of Iran's Quds Force terror cell.
* Netanyahu: Trump 'deserves every accolade' for Soleimani death Iranian general 'was about to initiate additional attacks,' Israeli PM says.
* If conflict erupts, Iran can call on the allies Soleimani himself cultivated The Iranian general helped build a vast network of Iranian influence through the region; now Iran could mobilize them to avenge his death and dramatically expand the battlefield.
* US Mid-East bases and Israel on top alert for repercussions from Iran A US air strike at Baghdad's international airport killed Iran's Mid-East commander, the IRGC's Al Qods chief Gen. Qassem Soleimani, 62, and the Iranian-backed Iraqi PMU militia chief Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.
* Zvi Yehezkeli: 'Iran will put Israel on its list of targets' 'The US essentially eliminated Iran's president, and Israel is on the list of targets,' Channel 13 analyst warns.
* Palestinian 'Moderates' Celebrate Terror It is worth noting that the published statements made in the past few days by the Fatah group in the Gaza Strip are almost entirely consistent with the Hamas ideology [of replacing Israel with an Islamic state through violent jihad (holy war)].
* Benjamin Netanyahu asks for immunity from prosecution The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has decided to seek parliamentary immunity from prosecution over corruption charges.
* Anti-Semitic Attacks in Brooklyn Continue Unabated Two female attackers yelled anti-Semitic slurs at a Jewish man in Brooklyn, N.Y., before shoving him to the ground when he tried to film the assault, law-enforcement sources and witnesses said on Wednesday.