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Israeli, Celtic Fans Scuffle at Match, Team Faces Sanctions

Israeli, Celtic Fans Scuffle at Match, Team Faces Sanctions

Today’s Top Stories 1. HaPoel Beer Sheva lost to Celtic 5-2 in the Champions League qualifying round last night, but things were ugly around Glasgow’s Celtic Park before the match. Israel HaYom reports that police had to escort Israelis to their seats after they were attacked by Celtic fans. Celtic may face sanctions from the

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Labour’s ‘Whitewash for Peerages’ Scandal Roils UK Jews

Today’s Top Stories *** Breaking news *** As this roundup was published, breaking reports of Israeli police searching for a Palestinian terror suspect in northern Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan. 1. It turns out that Shami Chakrabarti, whose report on anti-Semitism in the Labour party suppressed information, was nominated for a peerage by party leader

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University Curriculum Claims Israel Harvests Palestinian Organs

Today’s Top Stories 1. The Palestinians are pushing for UN Security Council action over advancing Israeli plans to build 770 homes in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Gilo. The plans aren’t newThe project got initial approval in 2012 but was put on hold for political and bureaucratic reasons. 2. Yikes! A German university course curriculum claims

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Germany: Iran Illegally Seeking Nuke, Missile Tech

Today’s Top Stories 1. According to German intelligence reports seen by the Jerusalem Post, Iran’s seeking illegal nuclear and missile technology, as well as its biological and chemical warfare capabilities. State Department spokesman John Kirby struggled to answer reporters’ questions about the matter. Kirby then said that living up to the nuclear deal means not

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Terror Links Behind Anti-Israel “Activist” Groups

Today’s Top Stories 1. Where do anti-Israel organizations get their funding? Brett Stephens of the Wall Street Journal exposes links to terror organizations behind SJP (Students for Justice in Palestine) and other “BDS” related organizations. Alternate link here. 2. Some Israelis visit the Temple Mount on Passover, and Israel works to avoid sparking tensions. This week Jordan has been weighing in on

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Nasrallah: Rockets on Haifa Chemical Facility Would Be Nuclear-Like

Today’s Top Stories 1. Israeli police apologized for detaining Washington Post reporter William Booth yesterday while he was interviewing people at Damascus Gate: The police defended the initial detention, but apologized for any distress caused. “The clarification [of what happened] was required in light of the information given to the officers, which turned out to

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Kerry Admits Iranian Sanctions Relief Will Benefit Terror Groups

Today’s Top Stories 1. The Palestinian Authority threw its support behind Morocco and its occupation of Western Sahara. One man’s “occupation” is another man’s “territorial integrity,” as the Morocco World News explains: The Palestinian position with regards to the Sahara comes as a rebuttal to the attempts made by Algeria and the Polisario in recent years

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Israeli Ire as UN Watchdog Ends Probe of Iranian Nukes

Today’s Top Stories 1. The International Atomic Energy Agency decided to end its probe of Iran’s past nuclear activities, paving the way for the implementation of the nuclear accord and the beginning of sanctions relief. See Wall St. Journal coverage via (Google News) and Reuters. In Jerusalem, Israeli officials denounced the watchdog’s decision as “political, not

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Stormy Visit Shaping Up for Bibi in London

Today’s Top Stories 1. Prime Minister Netanyahu arrived in London, for what’s already shaping up to be a stormy two-day visit. Around 300 Palestinian supporters demonstrated outside 10 Downing Street, and a petition calling for Netanyahu’s arrest for so-called “war crimes” has garnered 107,000 signatures. More at Reuters and the Financial Times (click via Google News). 2. Israel re-opened its embassy

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