Pres. Abbas is due to meet Pres. Obama at the UN tomorrow. (PNN)

Donor nations will also meet on Tuesday to discuss the Palestinian economic crisis. (PNN)

Analysts think Middle East diplomatic breakthroughs are possible at this year's UN meeting. (Jerusalem Post)

US Amb. to the UN Power meets with Jewish-American leaders ahead of the UN meeting. (Jerusalem Post)

PM Netanyahu warns the US that Iranian overtures are a trap. (New York Times)

Israel feels challenged by Pres. Rouhani. (AP)

Israelis mourn two occupation soldiers slain in the West Bank. (New York Times/Xinhua)

DM Ya’alon orders an emergency meeting after the sniper killing of an Israeli occupation soldier andblames the Oslo agreements. (Xinhua/Jerusalem Post)

Netanyahu allows settlers to reoccupy a home in response to the killing, and vows "strengthen" settlement in Hebron. (Xinhua/Washington Post/Ma'an)

The Israeli left and right wings are split on reaction to the killing of Israeli soldiers. (Times of Israel)

Some Israelis call for an end to peace talks with Palestinians following the killing of two Israeli soldiers. (Washington Post)

The PA says Israel's policies are threatening the peace process. (Ma'an)

Hamas officials say Palestinians are on the verge of a third intifada. (YNet)

Jews are pressing for more religious rights in holy places in occupied East Jerusalem. (New York Times)

The UN complains that Israel is obstructing aid to Palestinians in the Jordan Valley. (PNN)

Israeli occupation forces are accused of roughing up European diplomats to prevent the delivery of aid to Palestinians. (The National)

Israel says European accounts of the seizure of aid to Palestinians by Israeli forces are "one-sided."(Xinhua)

Construction in Gaza is increasing after Israel has eased aspects of its blockade. (Xinhua)

Students and staff clash at Birzeit university following tuition hikes. (Ma'an)

Syrian Druze living in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights apparently remain loyal to Pres. Assad. (Christian Science Monitor)

Israel's already deep ties to Kenya are strengthened by its involvement in responding to the deadly mall attack by terrorists. (The National/Ha'aretz)

Israeli forces may have been involved in responding to the Kenya mall attack. (YNet/JTA)

Willem-Gert Aldershoff and Michel Waelbroeck insist EU settlement guidelines don't victimize Israel or threaten peace. (Ha'aretz)

Amos Harel says Israel believes Hamas won't hesitate to attack it again, despite its growing isolation. (Ha'aretz)

Zvi Mazel says Hamas is found itself increasingly alone and isolated. (Jerusalem Post)

Ha'aretz says deputy DM Danon is a loose cannon harming national interests with reckless statements. (Ha'aretz)

The Jerusalem Post blames the killing of an Israeli soldier on prisoner swaps with the Palestinians. (Jerusalem Post)

Avi Issacharoff says the prison exchange involving Gilad Shalit set the stage for the killing of an Israeli soldier. (Times of Israel)

David Horovitz blames Palestinian incitement for the killings. (Times of Israel)

Douglas Bloomfield says the parties need to quit stalling and get serious about a peace deal. (Jerusalem Post)

Assaf David says the failure of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations could threaten Israel's relations with Jordan. (Tablet)

Julie Pace says Obama will focus on Iran Syria and Israel at the UN. (Times of Israel)

The National says the Kenya mall attack shows the weakness, not the strength of Al Shabab. (The National)

Hussein Ibish looks at the apparent slow-motion development of a fully independent Kurdish state. (The National)

Oded Raanan says Israel sees new and dangerous threats emerging from Syria. (The Daily Star)

Anthony Cordesman says the Syrian conflict is likely to continue for quite a while. (CNN)

Abdullah Iskandar says both the US and Iran need to find a way out of their confrontation. (Al Hayat)

Raghida Dergham says Arab states need a strategy to counter American "backtracking" on Syria and Iran. (Al Hayat)

Hassan Barari says Israel is intimidated by Iran's professions of "heroic flexibility." (Arab News)

Matt Lerner says Palestinian refugees in Lebanon cannot be ignored. (Daily Beast/Open Zion)

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