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Liberman: Yisrael Beiteinu Party to sit in opposition

Marcy Oster Liberman in an announcement on Monday said he would resign as foreign minister. ... [Link]

Copenhagen church vandalized ahead of rabbi’s lecture

Marcy Oster Bent Melchior, Denmark’s former chief rabbi, was scheduled to speak at the church on Sunday about the 70th anniversary of the county’s liberation from the Nazis. ... [Link]

U.N. peacekeepers injured on Golan by Syrian mortars

Marcy Oster The Israel Defense Forces said the shells were errant fire from the fighting between Syria’s army and the rebels as part of the country’s 4-year-old civil war. ... [Link]

Jerusalem light rail attacker shot by security guards

Marcy Oster The Palestinian man, 35, was shot in the legs while attempting to stab people with a knife on Monday morning at a light rail stop in the French Hill neighborhood, near the border of eastern and wester... [Link]

Israel issues travel warning for Tunisia in advance of Lag B’Omer ceremony

Marcy Oster The warning said recent information indicates the intention to carry out terror attack against visiting Israelis, or against Jewish communities, with an emphasis on the  Lag B’Omer commemoratio... [Link]

Merkel condemns anti-Semitism at Dachau ceremony

Marcy Oster German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned anti-Semitism during a ceremony to make 70 years since the liberation of the Nazis’ Dachau concentration camp. ... [Link]

Suburban Paris memorial to Ilan Halimi is vandalized

Marcy Oster Halimi was a 23-year-old French Jewish phone salesman who was killed in 2006 after being tortured for more than three weeks. ... [Link]

Op-Ed: What a biblical tale of rape can teach us about Baltimore riots

Avraham Bronstein The Bible records two responses to the abduction of Jacob’s daughter Dinah — one calling for justice, the other for peace — both valid but together irreconcilable, writes a Long Isla... [Link]

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