* It's Final: Israel's new government to be sworn in on Thursday Israel delays swearing in of unity government to Thursday, due to upcoming visit by US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo.
* Pompeo visits Israel on the day its new government is sworn in US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is to pay a short visit to Israel on May 13, ending a pause in his international travels due to coronavirus.
* EU Looks to 'Penalize' Jerusalem if Judea and Samaria Liberated The European Union's Foreign Affairs Commission is reportedly debating punitive measures against Israel should it push forward with its plans to annex parts of Judea and Samaria and the Jordan Valley in accordance with the Trump administration's Middle East peace plan.
* Is a cyber war brewing in the Middle East? In the Middle East there has been an increased role of cyber war and cyber security, much as the region is also at the forefront of experiments with new weapon systems.
* Where is the Ark of the Covenant? How holy relic could be hidden below Jerusalem The Ark of the Covenant has been lost for more than 2,000 years but one expert believes the holy relic could be lurking deep beneath Jerusalem.
* Mufti of Jerusalem warns of 'hasty' reopening of Al-Aqsa mosque It is the first time since 1967 that the third holiest site in Islam has been closed to the faithful.
* PA: Blow up Israeli civilians in Haifa and Atlit - TV song urges suicide-terror against Israel Even the Coronavirus crisis is not enough to cause the Palestinian Authority stop indoctrinating Palestinians that nothing surpasses dying as a "Martyr" while murdering Israeli civilians.
* Poll: Eastern Jerusalem Arabs say they want to be part of 'Palestine' The poll found that only 15 percent of eastern Jerusalem Arab residents surveyed said they would pick Israeli citizenship.
* Experimental drilling starts for controversial train route to Jerusalem Old City Infrastructure panel initially rejected plan to extend fast rail, approved it under pressure from Transportation Minister Smotrich; involves excavating for 2 miles under Jerusalem.
* As Nations Amass Against Israel, the IDF Troops Need God Now More than Ever In a recent interview, Defense Minister Naftali Bennett said that there's "no reason" for Iran to set up military installations in Syria noting that the Islamic Republic doesn't even share a border with them.