* Christian U.S Congressmen Calls for Change in Temple Mount Status So Jews Can Pray There Freely Congressman Mike Johnson (R, IL) was among those who went up to the Temple Mount with Rabbi Yehuda Glick when the latter was arrested on the holy site for "walking too slowly" on Tuesday.
* Jordan stands firm against Trump deal despite risks to ties Now that Jordan has made its position clear on President Donald Trump's plan for peace in the Middle East, will Jordan pay a price for its stand?
* Naftali Bennett: To stop Gaza terrorism, focus on Iran and Syria "I will do everything to prevent a third Lebanon war, a 14th Protective Edge, to go to the source, to go to the same people who pay $1b. a year to Hezbollah".
* Netanyahu announces 2,200 new housing units in Jerusalem's Har Homa Givat HaMatos and Har Homa are both over the Green Line in east Jerusalem.
* First ever Iranian display of future nuclear-capable Sejjil missile The first ever footage of the Sejjil medium-range rocket designed to carry a nuclear warhead was shown on Iranian media this week.
* Turkey, Russia mull joint patrols in Syria as way to defuse tensions Moscow, Ankara said to be seeking common ground amid fighting in Idlib and Aleppo.
* What a Russian-Turkish compromise on Idlib may look like The second stage of the Russian-Turkish talks on Idlib ended in Moscow Feb. 18 with no agreement between the parties.
* Video: Iran's Salami Warns 'Impotent' Israel Now in Range of Iranian Attack All of "impotent" Israel's military positions are now within range of Iranian attack, Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commander, Major General Hossein Salami, warned Tuesday.
* Sanders Smears Israel: 'Right-Wing, Racist' The Israeli government is "right-wing and racist" and the U.S. cannot just support the Jewish state while ignoring the Palestinians, Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said Tuesday during a CNN town hall event in Las Vegas.
* Coronavirus pandemic could wipe $1.1 TRILLION off global economy - Oxford Economics China's GDP growth is expected to fall from six percent last year to 5.4 percent in 2020 due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, said the latest report by Oxford Economics.