* Liberman may recommend Gantz for PM, will support bill to disqualify Netanyahu With Yisrael Beytenu’s support, Gantz could have more MKs backing him for PM than Netanyahu; law barring indicted MK – like Netanyahu – from leading government could have majority.
* Purim Irony? Gantz Supports Jewish Prayer on Temple Mount while Netanyahu Opposes it Purim, was supposed to be a day of destruction for the Jewish people.
* Anti-Netanyahu bill has majority support with Liberman vote The Yisrael Beytenu leader's endorsement gave the bill a majority, now with the support of all 62 MKs who are not in Netanyahu's right-wing bloc.
* Jordan's PM: Peace treaty with Israel endangered due to Israel's "unilateral measures" Israel's "unilateral measures" to blame for imperiling the Israeli-Jordanian peace treaty, says Jordanian PM.
* Netanyahu on Coronavirus: ‘Israel is in best situation of all other countries’ Netanyahu said the situation was better in Israel than other countries thanks to early steps and the country’s discipline.
* Hamas’s Haniyeh meets Russian FM, thanks him for critical view of US plan Terror group says Sergey Lavrov told its chief in Moscow meeting about ‘the importance of uniting the Palestinian people’
* Russia says rebel positions in Syria's Idlib have merged with Turkish army posts Russia’s Ministry of Defence said on Wednesday that fortified rebel positions in Syria’s Idlib province had merged with Turkish observation posts, and that artillery attacks on nearby civilian areas and Russia’s air base in Syria had become daily.
* Turkey says millions of migrants may head to EU The Turkish president has warned that "millions" of migrants and refugees will soon head towards Europe.
* Iranian State Terror General Calls Chinese Coronavirus ‘Biological Warfare’ Major General Hossein Salami, the head of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), declared in remarks Thursday that Iran is “engaged in biological warfare” and will “win the war” against the Chinese coronavirus spreading worldwide.
* How Russia's Putin became the go-to man on Syria President Recep Tayip Erdogan of Turkey needs to extricate himself from a difficult situation in Syria so he heads for the one capital that matters, not Washington but Moscow.