The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of September 4

How crystal meth fueled Hitler's conquest of Europe, German teachers’ union urges total boycott of Israel, Topless British model groomed to be ISIS bride, and more.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 4, 2016 17:25
1 minute read.
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1. Nazi Germany's armed forces carried out their "Blitzkrieg" tactic in the invasions of France and Poland during World War II fulled by methamphetamine-based drugs, according to a German book soon to be published in English.
Read more: Breaking blitzkrieg: How crystal meth fueled Hitler's conquest of Europe

2. The teachers union in the city of Oldenburg published an article in its September paper calling for a complete boycott of the Jewish state, sparking criticism from Israel’s embassy, German teachers and pro-Israel activists, as well as the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
Read more: German teachers’ union urges total boycott of Israel

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3. For the first time since the 2014 Gaza war, and in some ways the first time in decades, a major international body and Israel seem about to take cooperation on war crimes issues to a new level.
Read more: A historic turning point for Israel and the ICC

4. Israeli voice emotion analytics start-up Beyond Verbal has raised $3 million as part of a Series A round, led by China's KuangChi Science Limited, a member of the Kuang-Chi group.
Read more: Israeli start-up that can detect Trump's emotions gets $3m. funding boost

5. An ex-page three topless model was being groomed online to become a bride for an Islamic State jihadist, according to British media.
Read more: From topless model to ISIS bride




 

 

 



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