JPost.com's most popular articles: Feb. 27 - March 5

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JPost.com's most popular NEWS articles for the week of February 27 - March 5: 1) Exclusive: Dubai ports firm enforces Israel boycott 2) Hagee, Falwell deny endorsing 'dual covenant' 3) Arrow can block 'any Iranian missile' 4) Nazareth: Tense calm after attack, riots 5) Palestinians nab al-Qaida operative JPost.com's most popular OPINION and FEATURE articles for the week of February 27 - March 5: 1) 'Koran permit, must acquit' 2) Once powerful Arab boycott largely reduced to 'lip service' 3) Eye of the Storm: Teheran writes the script, the US follows it 4) Christians under cover 5) The personal allure of religion Previous weeks

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