Ahmet Davutoğlu of Turkey warns Israel not to repeat its "flotilla mistake".
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu calls on all of Turkey's political parties to work together on a new constitution to replace the 1982 constitution written during the military junta of 1980-1983. The document has been amended 17 times revising 113 of the 177 articles.
Israel destroys the homes of three Palestinian terrorists. Rassen and Udai abu-Jamal who committed the 2014 Jerusalem synagogue attack and Moatez Hijazi who committed the excavator rampage in Jerusalem during the 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict.
Benjamin Netanyahu vows for a heavy response and blames recent incitement by Palestinian leaders as Fatah officially condemns the attack while Hamas and Islamic Jihad praise it and call for more similar attacks.
Rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah sign a unity deal, calling for the foundation of a single government in the Gaza Strip and Palestinian Authority-controlled areas of the West Bank, presidential and legislative elections in a year, and the release of prisoners.
The Methodist Church of Great Britain votes in Portsmouth to boycott Israeli-produced goods and services from the West Bank because of what it termed Israel's "illegal occupation of Palestinian lands".