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Islamic State gaining support in Africa and Asia, Interpol warns

Friday May 29, 2015
As militants throughout Middle East swear fealty to the jihadists, risk of greater conflict grows, organization says

Shabbat-observant UK woman wins $25k from firm that wouldn’t hire her

Friday May 29, 2015
Aurelie Fhima was rejected by Manchester company because she couldn’t work Saturdays

Canada may strip jihadists of citizenship

Friday May 29, 2015
New law aimed at Islamic State recruits allows Ottawa to revoke rights of those convicted of taking arms against nation

US drops Cuba from terror blacklist in landmark move

Friday May 29, 2015
State Department signs off on decision after Congressional opponents fail to muster necessary votes for veto

Ex-Shas guru’s daughter: Haredi women might end up veiled

Friday May 29, 2015
Adina Bar Shalom voices concern at exclusion of women from ultra-Orthodox life; cites father’s outrage at pixelated family photo

Italy rescues 3,300 migrants at sea, 17 dead

Friday May 29, 2015
Coast Guard receives distress calls from 17 vessels on Mediterranean, saves thousands with help of German, Irish navies

Palestinians said to use snake against IDF

Friday May 29, 2015
Soldiers in village near Ramallah find serpent tied by tail to concrete block; fortunately it wasn’t poisonous

IAEA not sure all nuclear material in Iran is for ‘peaceful activities’

Friday May 29, 2015
UN agency says lack of cooperation from Tehran has stalled its investigations; completed probe is central to nuclear deal

PM hails diplomatic victory as FIFA thwarts Palestinian suspension bid

Friday May 29, 2015
Israel’s football chief credits FIFA executives for backing compromise plan; Likud MK calls failed Palestinian move an ‘own goal’

Post-WWII, Jews were ‘used as pawns’ by world superpowers

Friday May 29, 2015
In a new book, Prof. Dan Stone argues that, for Jews, the liberation of the camps lasted years and shaped the post-war order

Miami Beach rabbi charged with molesting 11-year-old girl

Friday May 29, 2015
Steve Karro denies wrongdoing, tells police touching was for ‘cleansing’ purposes because child exhibited ‘negative energy’

Lebanese held in Cyprus tied to Hezbollah plot to target Jews, Israelis

Friday May 29, 2015
Two tons of material containing chemical that can be used as an explosive among weaponry found at 26-year-old’s home

Despite corruption scandal, Blatter elected FIFA boss for fifth term

Friday May 29, 2015
Jordanian challenger concedes; two FIFA vice presidents and an executive committee member in custody as votes are counted

Suicide bomber strikes Shiite mosque in Saudi, killing 4

Friday May 29, 2015
Second attack in 2 weeks targeting religious minority in port city of Dammam; Islamic State claims last week’s bombing

UK government investigates Belz rabbis’ ban on women drivers

Friday May 29, 2015
Minister calls ruling ‘unacceptable in modern Britain'; children driven to school by their mothers in north London community face expulsion

Hollande warns of resurgent anti-Semitism

Friday May 29, 2015
At WWII event, French president likens jihadist attacks in Paris to Nazi-era hatred

Rivlin, security chiefs top Israel’s approval ratings

Friday May 29, 2015
President is most popular, with 72% satisfaction; Netanyahu climbs eight points to 46% since since similar survey in November

SlutWalkers take to the streets of Jerusalem

Friday May 29, 2015
Showing lots of skin, several hundred marchers protest perceived rape culture and victim blaming in capital’s city center

US court ruling opens door to lawsuit against BDS

Friday May 29, 2015
Washington State justices reverse 2012 decision protecting food co-op from being sued over its boycott of Israeli products

Israeli recognition, at last, for Jews who fought the Nazis

Friday May 29, 2015
Death camp stories are well-known in the Jewish state, but the odysseys of Jewish soldiers are less well chronicled. A new museum aims to change that

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