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Remnants of war become art in Gaza

Thursday October 2, 2014
For residents, repurposed shells and ordinance become a way of moving on after this summer’s hostilities with Israel

On Jerusalem’s light rail, anxiety trumps coexistence

Thursday October 2, 2014
Passengers on both sides of the national divide report a heightened sense of insecurity since the summer’s hostilities

US general says Syria rebel training could ‘take years’

Thursday October 2, 2014
John Allen warns that the international effort to defeat Islamic State will be slow, ‘we have to manage our expectations’

Moroccan soccer fans cheer Islamic State

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Supporters of Casablanca team Raja Club Athletic chant ‘Let’s go on Jihad!’

Anti-Islam group sues NYC after ‘Killing Jews’ ads rejected

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Authorities say bus banners by organization fighting ‘Islam’s hatred of Jews’ would encourage violence

The enemy of his enemy is a client

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Senator Norm Coleman is working with long-time adversaries the Saudis against Iran’s nuclear ambitions

Kerry plans peace talks under Arab auspices — report

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Secretary working on new Israeli-Palestinian initiative for direct, intensive negotiations, Channel 10 reports

Fliers posted at UC Santa Barbara blame Jews for 9/11

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Students and university staff remove placards which decried a global Zionist conspiracy

Jewish teen helps youth protect hearing — and pass it on

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Near-deaf college student Samantha Vinik teaches children that lowering the volume on their iPads and locking it can prevent hearing loss

US-Israel ties in crisis over East Jerusalem building plans

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Implying that Netanyahu’s talk of peace is insincere, Washington warns new project will ‘distance Israel from closest allies'; PM says he rejects US criticism

Prosecutor to seek death penalty in Oklahoma beheading

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Alton Nolen, who had recently converted to Islam, was reportedly enraged after being suspended from work

Netanyahu seeks new paths to a Palestinian state he’s not sure he wants

Wednesday October 1, 2014
He called on Obama to help engage the Arab world in peace efforts, but would the PM ever actually sign off on a State of Palestine?

London bus service probes driver’s response to anti-Semitism

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Spokesman apologizes after driver failed to act when a passenger threatened to ‘burn Jews’

US Secret Service chief quits due to security lapses

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Julia Pierson resigns after several breaches revealed surrounding Obama’s safety

Car explodes at Atlantic City synagogue, arson suspected

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Police discover flaming vehicle outside Congregation Rodef Sholom on Saturday morning

Has the IS crisis pushed CIA into bed with Hezbollah?

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Lebanese terror group and US indirectly cooperating in fight against jihadists in Syria, Newsweek reports

US warns East Jerusalem housing plans will ‘distance Israel from even its closest allies’

Wednesday October 1, 2014
In strikingly bitter language, White House and State Department say move ‘will poison atmosphere,’ call into question Israel’s commitment to peace

US plans Patriot missile sale to Saudi Arabia

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Arms deal comes after fighters from Gulf state took part in air campaign against Islamic State group

Liberman pans Palestinian UN statehood bid

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Foreign minister says ‘taunting’ move was orchestrated by Abbas in order to resolve internal Palestinian conflict

In first since 2007, 500 Gazans to visit Jerusalem for holiday

Wednesday October 1, 2014
Palestinian official says Israel grants 3-day permits to residents of coastal enclave over the age of 60 for Eid al-Adha

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