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East Jerusalem teen attacked Border Police officer stationed at Damascus Gate with kitchen knife.
The incident began when an IDF lookout position spotted two Palestinian hurling rocks near the security fence located north of Jenin, in the area of Arake village.
Jordanian think tank: No fear of Islamic State in kingdom.
The country has not become a hub of anti-Israel terrorism, but the newly-re-elected President Bouteflika is neither an Anwar Sadat nor a King Hussein.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
In video, female student seen walking through campus as men whistle and shout at her; dean says girl to blame for "unconventional" attire.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Turkish prime minister Erdogan is seemingly having difficulty staying disciplined, and is moving to take control of the state at a pace that recalls similar actions by former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,Ariel Ben Solomon
“The Spy,” aired on the Al-Hayat TV channel, implies that Israel's Intelligence Agency, Mossad, is behind the Arab unrest.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
“I expressed my point of view in Arabic. I did not use any violent words or threats” accused tells 'The Post'.
MK Levin: ‘For 60 years the state treated all minorities as one homogeneous group, and it was a mistake.’
Eventually, short-term desperation overwhelms long-term fears of punishment or death.
By AHMED CHARAI
By SHIRLEY LE PENNE
Bouteflika is one of the last of the old men in the region. He was born in 1937 when Algeria was under French colonial rule.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
As the Arab upheaval’s worst war winds down, the rehabilitation process of the century’s most prolific mass murderer is under way.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
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