* Want peace? Stop hateful incitement of Palestinian youth Almost every facet of Palestinian life has been engaged to spread hateful messages against Jews and Israel - including the indoctrination of Palestinian children. Opinion.
* Abbas draws up list of demands for negotiations with Israel Note that the list contains no hint of any concessions to Israel in return for all this. The assumption is that Israel will concede everything, and in return, the “Palestinians” will not wage jihad.
* How Palestinian Leaders Are Deceiving Americans The Palestinian Authority does not want the world to know that it has a law that prohibits the sale of property to the Israeli "enemy."
* Jordan Is Now an Ally of the Islamic Republic of Iran The King of Jordan has apparently reached the conclusion that opening the door to the extremist Shiite regime in Iran will save his country from its many crises.
* A 'wobble' in the moon's orbit could result in record flooding in the 2030s, new study finds The entire US coastline is in for a one-two punch from the lunar cycle and climate change.
* Government report can't explain UFOs, but offers no evidence of aliens Out of 144 encounters with mysterious aircraft, 143 are literally unidentifiable, according to a newly released report to Congress.
* In meetings with Lapid, EU expresses eagerness to improve Israel ties Most nations back resumption of key annual forum for first time since 2012; Egypt also displays interest in boosting bilateral relations.
* Turkish and Israeli presidents talk in rare phone call Turkey’s Erdogan and new Israeli President Herzog speak on phone in sign of possible thaw after years of strained ties between the two countries.
* China Wants to Serve as ‘Mediator’ in Afghanistan Conflict China wants to serve as “a mediator, or a ‘guarantor of security'” on the Afghanistan issue, China’s state-run Global Times reported on Sunday, in response to the Taliban’s growing dominance of most of the country.
* After G7 Pledge, EU Seeks to Rival China's 'Belt and Road' With Own Infrastructure Plan European Union foreign ministers agreed on Monday to launch a global infrastructure plan linking Europe to the world, its latest step after deals with India and Japan and a similar pledge by the Group of Seven richest democracies.