* Israeli lawmakers look to bring all visiting foreign dignitaties onto Temple Mount For the first time, a lobbying group met in the Knesset to discuss the subject of the Temple Mount.
* Netanyahu: We made peace because we are strong Prime minister says Abraham Accords will bring economic benefits to Israel. 'Peace does not come from 'withdrawing to indefensible borders.'
* Sudan will be third Arab country to broker normalization deal with Israel US President Donald Trump announced a third US-brokered peace deal.
* Palestinians: ‘Big disaster’ if we lose Sudan They claimed that Khartoum has been facing heavy pressure and “blackmail” from the US administration in return for removing Sudan the list of state sponsors of terror.
* No Longer United Against Israel: The New Arab World The Arab states are no longer a single bloc opposing Israel but are divided into two coalitions. One is on Iran’s side; the other is against it.
* Why the UAE is looking to Israel to secure its food supplies Myriad deals between the two countries run the gamut from health tech to diamonds, though food tech and agritech are also top priorities.
* Muslims Vs Muslims on Temple Mount: 'Palestinians' blast Gulf Arabs for visiting Holy Site The ‘Palestinian’ Authority’s ruling Fatah party expressed outrage following the visit of a delegation of Arabs from the UAE on Thursday to the Temple Mount.
* Fatah: Let Jerusalem “be freed of the Jews” and prepare “the Jews’ graveyard” Abbas’ Fatah Movement recently posted a video with a song calling for Jerusalem “to be freed of the Jews.”
* EU allocates millions to groups with links to Palestinian terrorists: NGO Monitor In 2019, EU issued several grants worth total of $7 million involving Palestinian NGOs with links to PLFP.
* Russia holds joint naval drills with Egypt in Black Sea At a time of escalating regional tensions with Turkey, Egypt holds first naval joint exercises with Russia.
* Pope says homosexuals should be covered by civil union laws "What we have to create is a civil union law. That way they are legally covered. I stood up for that," he said.
* Pope Francis assures atheists: You don’t have to believe in God to go to heaven In comments likely to enhance his progressive reputation, Pope Francis has written a long, open letter to the founder of La Repubblica newspaper, Eugenio Scalfari, stating that non-believers would be forgiven by God if they followed their consciences.