Jerusalem Denial Complex

Dispense with pieties about the city of the pious ...
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2 suspects in Hawaii vacation rental home killing in custody

HONOLULU (AP) — A man and woman remained in custody Friday after they were arrested on suspicion of killing a ...
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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe: Boris Johnson set for talks in Iran

The UK foreign secretary will raise 'grave concerns' about the jailing of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe ...
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U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren: Trump’s Jerusalem move hinders Mideast peace

Warren tells Reform Jews: Two-state solution is best hope for peace between Israel, Palestinians ...
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With Jerusalem move, Trump boosts Palestinian reconciliation efforts

Visiting Gaza, Palestinian PM Hamdallah thanked Hamas for maintaining security in the Strip and said 'Palestinian reconciliation is our choice ...
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Priest gets life sentence in cold-case murder of Texas beauty queen

A retired Catholic priest convicted of murdering a former beauty queen who came to him for confession was sentenced to ...
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Professors warn of Iran educational take over

Photo: Elad Gershgoren

Haifa University President Amos Shapira presented Netanyahu with data that shows the Iranians were investing more in higher education than Israel; now, following the decision to cut NIS 263 million from higher education, university leaders decided to fight back; ‘After all, Iran’s bomb is not built by the farmers working in the field,’ Shapira warns.

EU urges Israel to show ‘zero tolerance for settler violence’

A member of the Israeli security forces inspects a Palestinian house that was set on fire by Jewish settlers in the West Bank village of Duma on July 31, 2015The EU urged Israel Friday to show "zero tolerance" for settler violence after an arson attack blamed on settlers in the occupied West Bank left a Palestinian toddler dead. "The Israeli authorities should … take resolute measures to protect the local population. "The cold-blooded killing of Palestinian toddler Ali Dawabsha, presumably by extremist settlers … highlights the urgent need for a political solution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict," it added.


Exclusive: Walkout at Taliban leadership meeting raises specter of split

Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, Taliban militants' new leader, is seen in this undated handout photographBy Jibran Ahmad PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – At the Taliban meeting this week where Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour was named as the Islamist militant group's new head, several senior figures in the movement, including the son and brother of late leader Mullah Omar, walked out in protest. The display of dissent within the group's secretive core is the clearest sign yet of the challenge Mansour faces in uniting a group already split over whether to pursue peace talks with the Afghan government and facing a new, external threat, Islamic State. Rifts in the Taliban leadership could widen after confirmation this week of the death of elusive founder Omar.


Britain’s Cameron calls emergency meeting over Calais migrant crisis

A migrant from Rwanda, who gave his name as Alex, aged 35 and is the father of two children, stands on an overpass as he watches a train pass on tracks below in CalaisBy Andrew Osborn LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister David Cameron convened a meeting of his government's emergency response committee to discuss what more it could do to tackle a spike in attempts by migrant to enter Britain illegally via the Channel Tunnel from France. Cameron is under growing pressure to deter the migrants, many of whom have traveled from Africa and the Middle East, after repeated disruption to cross-Channel passenger and freight traffic, which has become front page news. Cameron will chair the meeting of the committee, known as Cobra, later on Friday after calls from some politicians to mobilize the British army to reinforce border controls.