Prime Minister Netanyahu at his press conference this morning.(Moshe Milner/GPO via Getty Images)

• Prime Minister Netanyahu unveiled his plan to solve the housing crisis that has brought thousands of Israelis to the streets in recent days. [Ynet]

• President Abbas called for a meeting of the Arab League to address the Palestinian Authority’s emergency lack of funds. [JPost]

• Grand Ayatollah Khamanei appointed a mediator to help resolve all the disputes that have cropped up between himself and President Ahmadinejad. [AP/WP]

• Roger Cohen’s fairly standard column on suspected Oslo killer Anders Bering Breivik takes a big turn in the final paragraph that you’ll want to stick around for. [NYT]

• “Who does a camp for kids that’s all about politics?” Glenn Beck asked in reference to the young, innocent victims of Breivik’s massacre. “It sounds a little like, you know, the Hitler Youth.” Actually that thought only occurred to you. [Ynet]

• A group of former top Israeli military and diplomatic officials visited Washington, D.C., including the White House, pushing peace and insisting that the ’67 borders themselves are defensible. [Haaretz]