JPost.com's most popular articles: May 15-21

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JPost.com's most popular NEWS articles for the week of May 15 - May 21: 1) Plot to down El Al jet in Geneva foiled 2) Iran denies religious dress code law 3) US to Israel: Don't request funds for convergence 4) Ex-PA paymaster: Arafat used aid to buy weapons 5) US fumes as Iraq backs Israel boycott JPost.com's most popular OPINION and FEATURE articles for the week of May 15 - May 21: 1) The Region: Why bail Hamas out? 2) Jewish fraternity rejected again from Dartmouth College 3) Derfner: Who's living an incomplete Jewish life? 4) Editorial: The elephant in the room 5) 'Smile at someone and you get killed' Previous weeks

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