Israeli aircraft bomb a Hamas militant base in the Gaza strip, in their first strike in Gaza since a ceasefire was declared four months ago.
Palestinian authorities declare three days of national mourning after the death of minister Ziad Abu Ein shortly after a scuffle with Israeli troops during a protest in the occupied West Bank.
Syrian television says Israel warplanes bombed targets near Damascus airport and the town of Dimas, near the border with Lebanon.
Twitter and Facebook is playing a key role in contributing to the volatile atmosphere in Israel following today's killings, with everything from cartoons to Kit-Kats being used in the propaganda war.
A rabbi with dual British-Israeli nationality is among the dead after two suspected Palestinian men entered a Jerusalem synagogue armed with axes, knives and a pistol.
A Palestinian man is shot dead by police after he rams his car into pedestrians in central Jerusalem, killing one and injuring 14.
Amid growing tension in east Jerusalem, PLO leader Mahmoud Abbas has condemned the closure of the revered al-Aqsa mosque. Meanwhile, Egypt's demolition programme in the border town of Rafah continues.
It's not surprising that Mosab Hassan Yousef's life has been turned into a film. He is the son of a Hamas founder who became a key informer for the Israelis and later converted to Christianity.