The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of April 7

Pro-Palestinian protesters disrupted a speech by Nir Barkat at California university, Trump vodka may not be so Kosher for Passover, Barry Manilow announces Israel tour and more.

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1. Dozens of pro-Palestinian protesters on Wednesday barged into a public lecture by Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat at
San Francisco State University, shouting slogans and attempting to prevent him from speaking.
Read more: Watch: Anti-Israel protesters crash Jerusalem mayor Barkat's speech in San Francisco
2. The Jerusalem Post has learned, however, that some bottles of Trump Vodka currently on the shelves are not kosher for Passover, despite being labeled as such.
Read more: Exclusive: Some Trump Vodka, popular as kosher for Passover spirit, may not be kosher
3. According to the report, the terrorist organization invests hundreds of thousands of dollars each month in the digging activities, paying each operative engaged in the process some 300 to 400 dollars a month.
Read more:  Report: Hamas taps over 1,000 terror operatives to dig Gaza tunnels
4. A 92-year-old man who survived seven different German concentration camps participated in a Reddit 'Ask Me Anything' question and answer session, detailing his harrowing near-death to liberation story.
Read more:  Holocaust survivor's Reddit AMA forum describing hellish life in Nazi camps goes viral

5. Grammy award winning singer-songwriter and producer Barry Manilow announced on Wendesday that he is planning to perform in Israel in June of 2016.
Read more: Barry Manilow to bring the Copacabana to Israel