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JPost.com's most popular NEWS articles for the week of May 1 - May 7: 1) Israel is a target, Iran warns US 2) Report: More Jews in Israel than in any other country 3) 5 Palestinians held for murder of child 4) A. B. Yehoshua sparks uproar in US 5) Israel fumes as Sweden grants visa JPost.com's most popular OPINION and FEATURE articles for the week of May 1 - May 7: 1) Analysis: PA on verge of bankruptcy, civil war 2) For the sake of righteous women 3) The Region: Hamas can't even fake moderation 4) Nation mourns its fallen soldiers, victims of terror 5) Our World: Germany's honored guest Previous weeks

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