Times of Israel

· Clashes erupt at Temple Mount as Muslim worshipers return to site
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
Thousands of Palestinians enter compound site after 12-day boycott; dozens said injured in riots

· Raoul Wallenberg’s family sues Russia’s security service
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
Relatives want FSB to open KGB archives over Swedish diplomat’s disappearance in 1945 after saving tens of thousands of Jews

· Iran successfully launches satellite-carrying rocket — report
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
US has previously warned that technology in Thursday’s test could be used to develop long-range missiles

· Temple Mount crisis saw PM failing under pressure and showed Abbas ready to go to war
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
Israeli sovereignty on the Temple Mount has clear limits. The dismal events of the past weeks underline that is smarter not to try to cross them

· Al-Jazeera rejects Netanyahu’s call for closure of Jerusalem office
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
Qatar-owned station denies it foments violence, says it will use all legal measures to prevent Israel from shuttering its bureau

· N. Korea nixes beer fest, unveils new brew
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
Kim Jong Il tells state-run brewery ‘as a socialist country we must provide the people with the best beer in the world’

· The storm before the calm
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
Temple Mount tensions look headed for resolution on Thursday, but papers are a souvenir from Abbas’s attempt to puff up his chest and turn protests into points

· Anti-Semitic incidents hit record high in UK
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
Watchdog counts 767 cases in first half of 2017, the highest six-month figure since monitoring began in 1984

· Two states for two peoples
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
Israel stands by its historic connection to the land, despite Palestinian lies that are so brazen they make the world blase

· Saudis say they urged Trump to sort out Temple Mount spat
Posted on Thursday July 27, 2017
King Salman stressed to US president the importance of enabling unfettered Muslim prayer at the site, royal court announces


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