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Jonathan flew to Israel on a private jet, accompanied by an entourage of some 20 Nigerian political and religious leaders.
By HERB KEINON
Following the arrest of an Iran-backed terrorist cell plotting to launch attacks on Israeli and American targets, security expert Dr. Ely Karmon says Iran setting up sleeper cells in Nigeria.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Security forces arrest three members of an Iranian-linked terror cell allegedly planning to launch attack against Israelis.
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Scores killed in Christmas Day bombings; Israel to provide Nigerian authorities with medical supplies to treat the injured.
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“If negotiations are done publicly, it becomes an ongoing press conference,” Peres says.
Instead of trying to persuade Israelis that Palestinians are ready for statehood, PA President Abbas tries to convince UNSC members.
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Agreement signed by Agriculture Minister Yair Shamir and his Nigerian counterpart, will focus on bolstering food security.
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An Israeli company is teaching African countries agricultural techniques and building greenhouses to increase food production.
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For over a year now, Israel has been increasingly preoccupied with the terror network building up throughout Africa.
By RINA BASSIST, JPOST CORRESPONDENT
Video: Sunday Olasanmi is one of 16 African students learning at Hebrew University to improve the public health of their home countries.
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In anticipation of the tree planting ceremony, the group gathered in the shade of the trees, singing melodies from their home country, moving gracefully to the gentle rhythms of the joyous tunes. They sang of faith and laughter and gave thanks to God for bringing them to the Holy Land.
Nearly 700 kidnap victims have been freed from Boko Haram's stronghold in the northeastern Sambisa Forest since Tuesday.
"They opened fire on them and killed many people," witness to the attack said.
Attack occurred in Kano; Muslim leader of city has called on people to resist the Sunni jihadist movement.
Nigeria's government has reached a deal with Islamic militant group Boko Haram for a cease-fire and the release of around 200 girls kidnapped six months ago from a school.
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Netanyahu to Nigerian president: "We are ready to help in finding the girls and fighting the cruel terrorism inflicted on you."
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan said on Friday he believed the girls were still in his country.
Suspected Hezbollah members claim to have been interrogated by the Mossad in Nigeria following arrest.
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Three Lebanese men captured in Nigeria with a massive weapons cache branded terrorists, will face serious charges.
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UK foreign secretary says British hostage abducted along with six others by an Islamist group "act of cold-blooded murder."
The captain, chief engineer and second engineer were abducted on Monday when gunmen boarded the Malaysia-flagged Armada Tuah 22.
Gunmen suspected of link to Islamists Boko Haram open fire on Nigerian troop convoy killing two and wounding eight.
Dana Air flight carrying 147 people crashes into densely populated area; no word on casualties.
Security forces at a road block nearby said the bomber forced his car through the checkpoint and drove into the church in Yalwa.
After relative lull, Boko Haram attacks have surged in the past few days; group seeking to establish Islamic caliphate in Africa's most populous nation whose 160 million people are split roughly evenly between Muslims and Christians.
Series of explosions shakes Gombe town; Islamist sect suspected to be behind attacks.
Taliban-inspired Nigerian Islamist group killed over 250 people in 2012 alone, says Human Right Watch.
Emergency services say they don't have enough ambulances to evacuate the dead, wounded.
Security sources suspect local Islamist sect or al-Qaida's N.African arm; Ban Ki-moon condemns attack, says death toll will be considerable.
Attackers throw 3 sets of explosives from motorbikes at drinking spot, military sources say; group wants strict Shari'a law in Nigeria.
Nigerian authorities claim Muslim extremists may have planted the bomb that was detonated at army barracks; no one has yet claimed responsibility.
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'Nigerian Taliban' wages war against government as it assassinates police, local leaders and engineers a massive prison break.
Mottaki claims shipment issue has been settled; Nigerian FM says Iranian counterpart allowed security officials to interview shipment organizers.
Internal documents state conclusion that Teheran sent arms discovered last month; Nigerian security service believes politicians imported arms.
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Confirmation comes after Israeli officials accuse Teheran of attempting to smuggle shipment including rockets into Gaza through Africa.
Rockets, mortars found in 13 containers.
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Rifle rounds, rockets, grenades and possibly rocket launchers found at Appa Port; report: Weapons were sent from Iran to Gaza.
Dual car bombings kill 12 in Nigeria; former terrorist leader arrested in Johannesburg in connection with attacks.
By HERB KEINON AND ASSOCIATED PRESS
Following arrest of three suspects allegedly plotting to launch attacks against Israeli and American citizens in Nigeria, Iran's deputy foreign minister says allegations "made up" as result of ill will of two countries' enemies.
Last week, at a Likud faction meeting, Netanyahu already alluded to the likelihood of Hamas possessing anti-aircraft missiles.
Transfers are reviewed to determine "consistency with US policy interests," US officials tell 'Post.'
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A health worker from Nigeria hospitalized on suspicion of having contracted the deadly Ebola virus tests negative for the disease, released from quarantine.
Shaare Zedek Medical Center treating Nigerian health worker in isolation after admission to hospital with high fever.
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The French-born Gavron says the project combines her passion for Africa with the mystery of rediscovering Judaism.
Gathering at South African University of KwaZulu-Natal focuses on African tribes who claim to have Jewish origins.
By RINA BASSIST SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
Nigerian Ambassador to Israel David Oladipo Obasa says the state of relations between our countries is good, ‘but we are striving to take it higher’
By MICHAEL FREUND
Washington must pay attention to the growing sectarian violence that is ripping the country.
By TIMOTHY SPANGLER
Widespread discontent in Africa’s most populous nation may lead to region-wide revolution.
By JAY RADZINSKI
Why I support Nigeria’s football team.
By AKIN AYAJI
It is quite nice that, for the most part, the passions, anger, exhilaration and disappointment of sports stay in the arena.
By AKIN AJAYI
There’s a tendency to use one’s pet prejudice as a tool to simplify complicated circumstances – such as the tent cities in Israel and the riots in London.
By AKIN AJAY
For the first time, the Israeli Opera will put on, at its home base at the Performing Arts Center in Tel Aviv, the results of a cross-sector synergy with communities from Tirat Carmel and Netivot.
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A Nigerian government spokesman: “Israel has been a crucial and loyal ally in our fight against Boko Haram. It is a sad reality that Israel has a great deal of experience confronting terrorism.”
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
2012 was not an easy year for non-Muslims living under Islamic rule.
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Statement says Teheran won't elaborate on military-grade weaponry, which included 107mm rockets, seized in Nigeria.
BBC survey measures public opinion on 22 countries, places Israel in company of North Korea, ahead of only Iran, Pakistan.
It is time for all religions and nationalities to agree that our children are our treasures – not our targets.
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The real conversation we need to have is about what sorts of communities and educations give rise to attacks such as ‘Price Tag.’
By DANIEL GORDIS
There is a popular tradition among the Igbo, whose traditional homeland is in southeastern Nigeria, that they are descendants of the tribes of Israel.
By SHAI AFSAI
Terra Incognita: Nigeria launches offensive against Islamists, US voices support for security forces to protect civilians by all means.
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It is important that commitments to fighting extremist, especially Salafist, groups in Africa bear fruit and that they are extended.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
In his speech on Libya, the US president added the "spirit of 1776" terminology to his argument, but the real question is whether "freedom" is really what these particular revolutionaries are seeking.
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Scores killed in Christmas Day bombings; Fears rising that Boko Haram Islamists trying to ignite civil war.