* Is Iran behind Lebanon rocket fire – and is this the new normal? We may see more rocket fire from Lebanon in the next months and years ascribed to Palestinian groups in order to give Hezbollah and Iran plausible deniability.
Tuesday, July 20, 2021
* Israeli artillery responds to rocket fire from Lebanon. IDF air strikes over Syria The new Israeli government faces its first round of northern border unrest, Early Tuesday, July 20, IDF artillery struck Lebanon in response to twin rocket fire – just four hours after Syria reported IDF air strikes.
* Arabs Warn Biden: The War on Terrorism is not Over The Arabs are saying that the Americans are mistaken if they think that the war on terrorism will end with the withdrawal of the US troops from Afghanistan.
* Lapid pressed, Bennett folded: The political drama around Temple Mount worship The PM wanted to make history, but regional and political realities intervened, and the alternate PM stepped in to defuse the crisis.
* Israel: Islamic party says Temple Mount is ‘solely the property of Muslims, and no one else has any right to it’ The Ra’am Party, which is part of Israel’s current governing coalition, has claimed that “the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in its 144 dunams, is solely the property of Muslims, and no one else has any right to it.”
* 100,000 Muslims promise to give their lives for Al Aqsa Muslims arriving at Temple Mount to mark Eid al-Adha chant anti-Israel slogans, promise to 'sacrifice their lives' for Al Aqsa Mosque.
* Abdullah seeks to revive two-state solution, bury 'Jordan is Palestine' Jordan wants to end talks of turning the kingdom into a Palestinian state and instead be center stage in regional developments.
* No Nuclear Weapons, No Israel? The nuclear deterrent isn't necessarily critical to Israel’s survival.
* Ra’am party shows its true colors The Islamist party is trying to have it both ways by working to better Israeli Arabs’ lives while also embracing Hamas-style radicalism.Op-ed.
* Pew survey shows majority of Catholics don't believe in 'Real Presence' A new study about the level of Catholic belief in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist showed that a majority of Catholics do not believe that the bread and wine used at Mass become the body and blood of Christ.
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