13-year old Palestinian boy is killed by Israeli soldiers during a clash in the occupiedWest Bank. (AP/New York Times/Ma’an/PNN/JTA/Ha’aretz)
Pres. Abbas vows to keep peace in Gaza until the end of 2015. (Ma’an/Ha’aretz/Jerusalem Post)
Sec. Kerry calls for a resumption of the Israel-Palestinian peace process. (AFP/Ha’aretz)
Israeli ministers criticize Kerry for tying the rise of ISIS to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. (Ha’aretz/Jerusalem Post)
The PLO will reportedly submit a draft resolution to the UNSC demanding the end of Israel's occupation by the end of October. (Ma’an/Ha’aretz/Times of Israel)
Spain will soon hold a vote on the recognition of the State of Palestine. (Ha’aretz/Times of Israel/Jerusalem Post)
An American official says the Middle East Quartet will meet in Brussels next week. (Reuters)
Hamas organizes a march in Gaza to call attention to what it sees as threats to the Al-Asqa Mosque in Jerusalem. (Ma’an/Reuters)
A study indicates over 80% of Palestinian reporters self-censor. (Times of Israel)
Kurdish fighters are sharing information with the US-led coalition to coordinate strikes against ISIS extremists in the Syrian border town of Kobani. (AP)
The city of Kobani is the key to US strategy against ISIS. (AP/New York Times)
For the first time the State Department holds direct talks with the embattled Syrian Kurds. (Reuters)
The US is reportedly searching for credible allies on the ground in Syria. (AP)
Iraqi pilots who have reportedly joined ISIS in Syria are training members of the group to fly in three captured fighter jets. (Reuters)
Britain may use a medieval law dating to 1351 to charge citizens with treason if they go to fight with ISIS. (Reuters)
Turkey fails in its effort to join the UN Security Council. (AP)
Abdallah Schleifer says the Gaza reconstruction conference in Cairo reasserted Pres. Sisi’s regional role. (Al Arabiya)
Ben Caspit looks at Kerry’s three Israel-Palestine diplomatic options. (Al-Monitor) 
Shlomi Eldar asks if Israel has accepted the new Palestinian unity government. (Al-Monitor)
Asmaa al-Ghoul looks at what it’s like to be a fighter for Hamas. (Al-Monitor)
H.A. Hellyer says Alan Duncan’s speech on Israel is significant for the UK. (The National)
The New York Times asks experts if nations should recognize the State of Palestine. (New York Times)
The Jordan Times says sooner or later the US-led coalition against ISIS will have to deploy ground troops. (Jordan Times)
Alan Philps says if the US wants to defeat ISIS, it must start talking to Iran. (The National)
The National says Gen. Haftar exemplifies Libya’s failed hopes. (The National)
Sinem Cengiz says Turkey is challenged on multiple fronts. (Al Arabiya)
Amir Taheri says Iran is playing a dangerous game in Yemen. (Asharq al-Awsat)

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