The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of August 11

Special envoy to the UN calls for immediate halt of aid money to Gaza, Jewish man hurt in suspected east Jerusalem terrorist stabbing, Celtic fans to greet Israeli team with Palestinian flags.

August 11, 2016 16:28
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1. All international humanitarian organizations need to immediately halt all aid money to Gaza until it can be proven that the money isn’t being squandered by Hamas, a leading Christian-Zionist said Wednesday.
Read more: Special envoy to the UN calls for immediate halt of aid money to Gaza

2. An unidentified Jewish man is in moderate condition Thursday afternoon after being stabbed by an Arab assailant with a screwdriver while walking in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of A-Tur.
Read more: Jewish man hurt in suspected east Jerusalem terrorist stabbing

3. The IDF has begun the process of seizing abandoned private Palestinian property in the West Bank, so that it can relocate the 40 settler families who live in the Amona outpost, Peace Now said on Thursday.
Read more: Israel starts to seize ‘abandoned’ Palestinian property for Amona relocation

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4. Fans of Scotland’s Celtic soccer team are planning to stage a protest against Israel when their team faces off with Hapoel Beersheba next week in the Champions League.
Read more: Celtic fans to greet Israeli team with Palestinian flags

5. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday accused US President Barack Obama of being the "founder" of extremist terrorist organization Islamic State, according to The Guardian newspaper.
Read more: Trump: 'Obama and Clinton are co-founders of ISIS'



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