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Rioting resumes in the capital after short lull

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Demonstrators hurl rocks, Molotov cocktails at policemen in East Jerusalem, Ma’aleh Adumim; attempt made to sabotage light rail

Salafi militant says Jordan not immune to jihadis

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Al-Qaeda linked Mohammed al-Shalabi also says fighting to ‘remove’ Israel is a priority

Brazilian public school accused of forcing Jew to say Christian prayer

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Child vowed not to return to class after incident, administration says session was voluntary

Germany arrests suspected US double-agent

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
German foreign intelligence agent accused of spying for US on parliamentary panel probing NSA surveillance

Settlers build 3 outposts in honor of slain teens

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Two sites founded in Etzion Bloc, near site of kidnapping, another in Kiryat Arba, close to where bodies were found

2 more rockets hit Sderot late Friday after IDF strikes Gaza

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
9 rockets fired Friday night; IDF bombs 3 Hamas targets as rockets fired deeper into Israel, but response remains limited

With PA leaders issuing no calls for calm, street will decide what happens next

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Mahmoud Abbas has squarely placed responsibility for Arab teen’s killing on Israeli ‘settlers,’ and is not intervening as riots continue

Supreme’s take on contraception a Pandora’s box for US Jews

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
While Orthodox groups that had joined an amicus brief backing Hobby Lobby and Conestoga praised decision on religious freedom, liberal Jews see it as a ‘minefield’

French comedian mocks Holocaust, Jewish murder victim in new show

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Months after his tour was banned because of anti-Semitism, Dieudonne poking fun at Jews again

Liberman: Ceasefire with Hamas would be ‘serious mistake’

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
FM says Israel must strike hard at terror group; Eshkol Regional Council head: ‘Restraint has its limits’

Australian man acquitted of anti-Semitic attack

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Robert Clifford, charged last October with assaulting 5 Orthodox Jews, cleared for lack of evidence

Turkey: Official told to resign for ‘drinking alcohol’

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Mustafa Celebi of the ruling AKP party seen in photos drinking with two colleagues

Tense calm returns to Jerusalem after Arab teenager’s stormy funeral

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
13 policemen, 35 demonstrators lightly injured in day of rioting surrounding burial of slain 16-year-old Muhammed Abu Khdeir

Vandals paint swastikas on road to Western Wall

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
In southern Israel, additional swastikas with ‘Death to the Jews’ vandalism discovered

Serious doubts arise on triplets named for slain teens

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Reports on NY couple’s choice are based on a single FB post, and remain unconfirmed; false photo circulates with story

What’s the deal with coding — is it dying or not?

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
New services and technologies put the power of computer programming in the hand of ‘everyman’ — or do they?

Israel hunting third Hamas operative missing since night teens were killed

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
IDF conducts several raids on Hebron home of Husam Dofsh, whose family has known ties with terror activities

Israel could become largest gas exporter in region

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Eurasia Review: A deal to sell $30 billion of natural gas to Egypt over the next 15 years would be one of the Middle East’s biggest ever

Israeli app lets you HopOn the bus, hassle free

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Waiting for inconsiderate bus passengers who can’t count could be a thing of the past with new smartphone payments

Young Israeli entrepreneurs are flocking to Germany

Times of Israel - Friday July 4, 2014
Newsweek: Grants and subsidies granted to Berlin start-ups take the edge off a difficult decision for many Israelis

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