The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of May 23

London airport mulls plans to adopt Israeli 'ring of steel' security regime, Netanyahu calls on French PM to hold direct Israeli-Palestinian talks in Paris, 'Son of Hamas' wows Jpost Conference.

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1. Amid warnings of a fresh campaign of ISIS terror attacks, Heathrow Airport in London is reportedly considering the implementation of a new security mechanism that is employed at Israel's Ben-Gurion Airport.
Read more: London airport mulls plans to adopt Israeli 'ring of steel' security regime
2. France should hold direct Israeli and Palestinian talks at its June 3 parley in Paris on the frozen peace process, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told his French counterpart when the two met in Jerusalem on Monday afternoon.
Read more: Netanyahu to French PM: Hold direct Israeli-Palestinian talks in Paris without preconditions
3.Mosab Hassan Yousef – the “Green Prince” – who worked as an Israeli spy, said “the Jewish nation is dear to me and when I see nations fighting against the Jewish people it hurts me.”
Read more: 'Son of Hamas' tells Jerusalem Post conference: Islam is the problem 
4. Hamas announced on Sunday that they will begin executing criminals in public in the Gaza Strip, according to AFP.
Read more:  Hamas to publicly execute criminals in Gaza
5. A female Palestinian attempted to stab an Israeli security officer at a checkpoint north of Jerusalem in Ras Bidu on Monday, according to initial reports.
Read more:  Palestinian woman attempts to stab Israeli officer at Jerusalem checkpoint