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JPost.com's most popular NEWS articles for the week of April 24 - April 30: 1) Top White House posts go to Jews 2) Egypt looks for clues among Dahab carnage 3) Sweden: IAF participation a dealbreaker 4) Hamas weighs Saudi initiative 5) Israeli satellite to spy on Iran JPost.com's most popular OPINION and FEATURE articles for the week of April 24 - April 30: 1) Rebbe's death splits Satmar community 2) Column One: Israel's new war 3) At the top of her game after only 5 months in Israel 4) Defense Minister Amir Peretz? 5) Editorial: Thwarting slavery Previous weeks

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