The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of August 15

Hacked Soros emails reveal plans to fight Israel's 'racist' policies, disappointed Tel Aviv concert-goers file class-action suit against Sia, Jordan's King Abdullah vows to fight Israeli 'extremism.'

The Jerusalem Post's top stories of the day
1. Hacked emails show that the Open Society Foundations, led by George Soros, has as an objective “challenging Israel’s racist and anti-democratic policies” in international forums, in part by questioning Israel’s reputation as a democracy.
Read more:  Hacked Soros e-mails reveal plans to fight Israel's 'racist' policies
2. Australian pop sensation Sia's highly-anticipated performance in Tel Aviv last week apparently led many concert-goers to feel that the "Cheap Thrills" singer had left them with just that.
Read more: Disappointed Tel Aviv concert-goers file class-action suit against Sia
3. King Abdullah of Jordan vowed to fight against "repeated violations and attacks carried out by Israel and extremist groups," in an interview to the Jordanian Ad-Dustour daily on Monday.
Read more: Jordan's King Abdullah vows to fight Israeli 'extremism' at Temple Mount
4. The Israeli public is gradually maturing and is less and less holding its breath when Hezbollah’s secretary-general delivers his inflammatory speeches.
Read more: Analysis: The truth about Hezbollah
5. "Terrorists or other hostile forces" could possibly capture dozens of US nuclear weapons housed in a Turkish air base near the Syria border, AFP cited a Washington-based think tank as warning Monday.
Read more: Report: 'Terrorists' could seize US nuclear weapons from Turkish base