The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of April 3

Star of David engravings at archaeological site cause stir in Egypt, IAF disturbed by rise in the ballistic missile threat, suspected terror stabbing in central Israel, and more.

JPost top 5 logo (photo credit: JPOST STAFF)
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(photo credit: JPOST STAFF)
1. Egypt has recently been witnessing a great commotion following the archeological discovery of two Star of David engravings in an ancient Temple in the southern city of Aswan.
Read more: Star of David found engraved into an ancient Temple arouses bustle in Egypt
2. The Israel Air Force is "highly disturbed" by the drastic rise in the threat of ballistic missiles to Israel, and the ongoing Middle Eastern arms race, a senior air force official said on Sunday.
Read more:  IAF 'very disturbed by significant rise in ballistic threat'
3. Anti-Israel activists who belong to the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement (BDS) vandalized signs promoting an official Israeli exhibit in Paris on Sunday.
Read more:  BDS activists vandalize ad for 'Open a Door to Israel' Paris exhibit
4. Offensive social media posts about Jews and Israel have forced the former mayor of an English city to resign from the UK Labor party, The Jewish Chronicle reported Saturday.
Read more:  Former UK Labor mayor forced to resign from party after anti-Semitic row
5. A woman from Kafr Kassem stabbed and lightly wounded a 30-year-old Israeli woman in Rosh Ha'ayin before she was overpowered and disarmed by a security guard and two civilians who rushed to the scene.
Read more: Kfar Kassem woman arrested for suspected stabbing attack in Rosh Ha'ayin