Israeli police kill a Palestinian man who allegedly killed a Jewish activist in Jerusalem. (AP/New York Times/Ma’an/JTA)
Clashes erupt in occupied East Jerusalem between Palestinians and Israeli police following the death of the Palestinian man. (Reuters)
PM Netanyahu orders “significant increase” in police deployments in Jerusalem. (AFP/Ynet)
Pres. Abbas says Israel’s closure of the Al-Aqsa mosque is a “declaration of war.” (Ma’an/JTA/Ha’aretz)
Netanyahu and DM Ya’alon blame Abbas for inciting the shooting of the Jewish activist in Jerusalem. (Times of Israel/Jerusalem Post)
Hamas praises the shooting. (Ma’an)
Sweden recognizes the State of Palestine. (AP/Reuters/New York Times/PNN/Ha’aretz)
Abbas praises Sweden’s decision to recognize the State of Palestine. (AFP/PNN)
UK Foreign Sec. Hammond says Israeli settlement-building is intended to undermine peace. (PNN)
The UN Human Rights Committee says Israel should investigate all alleged violations committed by its forces during three recent wars in Gaza. (Reuters) 
Palestinians ask the UNSC to demand that Israel immediately reverse plans to build more Jewish settlements. (Ynet)
The White House says Israeli and US national security advisers will meet. (JTA/Ha’aretz)
Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai donates $50,000 to rebuild a UN school in Gaza. (AP/JTA/Ha’aretz)
SodaStream will close its factory in the occupied West Bank. (New York Times/JTA)
Iraqi peshmerga fighters enter the Syrian border town of Kobani through Turkey. (AP/Reuters/Washington Post)
Al-Qaeda says ISIS should rejoin the group so they can fight together against the West. (AP)
American officials say US-led airstrikes probably did not kill senior terrorist leaders in Syria. (CNN)
Human Rights Watch says ISIS killed 600 Iraqi prisoners in Mosul. (AP)
American and British officials say more foreign fighters are joining ISIS in Syria. (NBC)
The Nida Tunis party wins 85 of the 217 seats in parliament. (AP)
Egypt is seeking to avert unrest in Cairo University. (Reuters)
Elhanan Miller says the “Jerusalem Intifada’” is symptomatic of the eastern city’s political void. (Times of Israel)
Avi Issacharoff looks at the recent escalation in Jerusalem. (Times of Israel)
Ha’aretz says Israel’s mayor in Jerusalem Barkat uses paternalism to keep Palestinians in line. (Ha’aretz)
Barak Ravid says Israel’s crisis with Washington is here to stay. (Ha’aretz)
Aaron David Miller says the US-Israeli relationship isn't in crisis and it's not on the verge of failing. (CNN)
Joyce Karam looks at the recent tensions between Pres. Obama and Netanyahu. (Al Arabiya)
George Hishmeh says Netanyahu keeps on humiliating Obama. (Gulf News)
Abdul Rahman Al Rashed says Islamist parties should be banned. (Al Arabiya)
The National says defeating extremism is a universal duty. (The National)
Jamal Khashoggi says the Tunisian path of resorting to democracy is the right path. A (Al Arabiya)
Eyad Abu Shakra says Lebanon should learn from Tunisia. (Asharq al-Awsat)
The Daily Star says Lebanon has a shameful gender inequality. (Daily Star)

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