The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of February 24

IDF reserve officer shot and killed in midst of stabbing attack, weapons stashed in bag found at airport, Mark Zuckerberg photo gives fearful glimpse into the future, and more.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 24, 2016 17:04
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1. Capt. (Res.) Eliav Galman, 30, was killed by friendly fire, in the midst of a stabbing attack at the Gush Etzion junction in the West Bank on Wednesday afternoon.
 Read more: IDF reserves officer killed by stray fire during Palestinian knife attack

2. Security personnel at Sde Dov Airport in northern Tel Aviv detected on Wednesday weapons stashed in a bag carried by a female passenger flying to Eilat.
Read more: Weapons detected in passenger's bag at Tel Aviv airport

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3. A photograph uploaded to social media of Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg walking through an auditorium filled with people wearing virtual reality headsets has made waves on the Internet this week as people fear it is a glimpse into the future of humanity.
Read more: Our new tech overlord? Photo of Mark Zuckerberg gives eerie glimpse into the future

4. A member of the Egyptian parliament has invited the Israeli ambassador in Cairo to a dinner at his house in an unusual move that hints at normalization.
Read more: Egyptian MP invites Israeli ambassador to dinner to discuss Israeli mediation in Nile dispute

5. Five women in their twenties from the ancient Chinese Jewish community of Kaifeng are due to make aliya in late February in what will mark the first aliya of its kind in nearly seven years.
Read more: From China to Israel: 5 women from ancient Jewish community to make aliya



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