* Netanyahu Ahead of Holocaust Remembrance Day: 'Jews Will Never, Ever Again Be Defenseless' Ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu drew a comparison between the Holocaust and Iran's nuclear program.
* Don't rehabilitate anti-Semitism, Rivlin warns as European, world leaders fly in In interview with Times of Israel ahead of major Auschwitz commemoration, president says world must guarantee Jews can live full, free Jewish lives: 'We will never settle for less'.
* Defense Minister Naftali Bennett: 'We're fighting for the Land of Israel' Bennett responds to comments by PA premier: 'We will settle this land and apply sovereignty to it.'
* "The Muslims have the absolute right" to the Western Wall - PA denial of Jewish history persists A filler between programs on official PA TV taught Palestinian viewers that the most holy site for Jews - the Western Wall - belongs only to Muslims.
* The Killing of Soleimani Will Not Stop Iranian Aggression The killing by the US of Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani will not temper Tehran's intention to continue its aggressive regional policy, either directly or through its proxy organizations.
* Iran warns that 'freedom fighters' worldwide will avenge Soleimani's killing 'Our enemy understands no language but force & therefore, we should stand against them strongly,' Ghaani said.
* Israel, United Kingdom building 'new strategic relationship' The Brexit referendum and ensuing uncertainty has seemingly not dampened the trading spirit, with Israel becoming the first country to sign a post-Brexit continuity trade agreement with the UK.
* Top Italian Politician: If I Win Elections, I will Recognize Jerusalem. Is He Opening to Messiah at the Gate of Rome? Italian politician Matteo Salvini said in an interview that if his party wins in the next elections, he intends to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
* Russia and Turkey have one goal over Libya - undermining Europe's influence While the US and Arab states might be at the table too, Moscow and Ankara will want the EU to have as little as possible to do with any resolution to the conflict in the country.
* Who will monitor a Libya cease-fire? The EU's top diplomat has hailed the Berlin talks on Libya as a major success for German foreign policy.