The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of March 24

French-language TV captured Muslim woman ripping an Israeli flag at Brussels memorial, NGO B'tselem caught an IDF soldier shooting subdued terrorist, Jordan to put cameras on Temple Mount, and more.

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1. A French-language television station captured footage of a woman wearing a hijab ripping up an Israeli flag at a makeshift memorial for the victims of Tuesday’s bombings in Brussels.
Read more: VIDEO: Muslim woman rips up Israeli flag at Brussels makeshift memorial
2. A video clip filmed by the human rights NGO B’Tselem on Thursday shows an IDF soldier shooting a subdued Palestinian assailant in the head in Hebron.
Read more: VIDEO: IDF probes soldier who shot dead a subdued Palestinian terrorist
3. Jordan on Thursday made it clear to the Palestinian Authority that it was determined to go ahead with its plan to install security cameras at the Temple Mount despite differences between the two sides.
Read more: Jordanian FM to Abbas: Cameras to be installed on Temple in coming days
4. Two Palestinian assailants stabbed and wounded an IDF soldier at a checkpoint by the Tel Reumeida neighborhood of Hebron on Thursday morning.
Read more: Two Palestinian terrorists stab, wound IDF soldier in attack near Hebron
5. PURIM SPECIAL: Could Likud MK and scandal- magnet Boren Kazan be the next Vice President of the United States? Leading Republican candidate Donald Trump seems to think so.
Read more: JRoast Purim spoof: Trump taps Boren Kazan as running mate
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