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In Tel Aviv, it’s Super Bowl Early Monday Morning

Monday February 2, 2015
American ex-pats and Israelis gather to watch football’s championship game, including at one Yesh Atid-sponsored event

Spanish parties strike pact against jihadism

Monday February 2, 2015
Politicians across the spectrum introduce legislation aimed at fighting Islamic extremism in wake of Paris attacks

Head of UN Gaza inquiry quits, cites Israel’s bias claims

Monday February 2, 2015
William Schabas, who was paid $1,300 by PLO, complains of ‘malicious attacks,’ says he doesn’t want Israeli allegations to taint commission’s reputation

Nobel laureate Martin Karplus’ photos on show in country he fled

Monday February 2, 2015
The chemist left Austria as a boy with his parents. After winning the Nobel, the country graciously invited him back

Norway banishes ‘hate preacher’ to remote village

Monday February 2, 2015
Mullah Krekar co-founded radical Islamist group Ansar al-Islam, but he maintains he has not been involved since 2002

Soldier who ran into Gaza tunnel to save comrade cited for heroism

Monday February 2, 2015
Sixty-seven medals handed out to soldiers for outstanding service during 50-day conflict with Hamas-led fighters

Egypt set to free second Al-Jazeera journalist

Monday February 2, 2015
Mohamed Fahmy’s release ‘imminent,’ Canadian foreign minister says, day after Australian Peter Greste let go

British imams meet French Muslims, Jews in solidarity trip

Monday February 2, 2015
After terror attack, group of Islamic leaders calls for sides to share experiences to work through difficult times

Hamas supporters in Gaza march against Egyptian ban

Monday February 2, 2015
Hundreds of demonstrators in Strip denounce Cairo for accusing Palestinian group of involvement in ‘terrorist operations’

Columnist, 98, calls time after 50 years

Monday February 2, 2015
Cleveland Jewish News writer Violet Spevack believed to have published longest continuous weekly column in the US

Man and teenage boy killed in drive-by shooting

Monday February 2, 2015
Mukhtar Muhammad Watad, 23, and Ahmad Hamad Watad, 17, shot to death in apparent underworld assassination

Ukraine run by ‘miserable Jews,’ says rebel chief

Monday February 2, 2015
Leader of the Donetsk People’s Republic calls for ‘Cossacks’ to take back country from pro-Western leaders

Likud again ahead of Zionist Camp in new poll

Monday February 2, 2015
Ruling party receives 25 seats, while Labor-Hatnua union gets 23; Jewish Home drops to 14, Yesh Atid falls to 9

McCain: Obama and Netanyahu have worst relationship ever

Monday February 2, 2015
Senator says US president had ‘very unrealistic expectations’ about cooperation with Israel on peace process

Israel’s hospitals overflowing with patients

Monday February 2, 2015
Intensive care unit at Tel Hashomer Hospital reaches 350% occupancy rate; some wait up to 10 hours before receiving treatment

Settlers, protesters scuffle as president makes rare Hebron visit

Monday February 2, 2015
Rivlin calls for national unity while inaugurating new museum in memory of 1929 massacre victims in flashpoint West Bank city

Comptroller to release report on spending at prime minister’s residence

Monday February 2, 2015
Yosef Shapira’s investigation regarding alleged misappropriation of state funds by Netanyahu family will be published February 17

Swastikas found on Vienna mosque before anti-Islam march

Monday February 2, 2015
First demonstration in Austrian capital planned by PEGIDA, which campaigns against Muslim immigration to Europe

German woman, 93, under investigation for role as SS guard

Monday February 2, 2015
Hilde Michnia allegedly participated in guarding a Nazi death march during which 1,400 women died

Fifth Masada opera festival announced

Monday February 2, 2015
Israeli Opera plans June performances of ‘Tosca’ and ‘Carmina Burana’

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