Asaf Siniver (TC) : The attack on a Jerusalem synagogue in which four Jewish worshippers were killed and eight were injured has sparked new fears that fighting between Israel and Palestinian could flare up once more.
The attack, by two Palestinians carrying meat cleavers and a gun, has the potential to kick off fresh religious confrontation and a third intifada.
An Egyptian woman died of the bird flu on Tuesday, marking the second casualty the virus claimed in two days, Egypt' al-Ahram state-owned newspaper reported.
The 30-year-old reportedly contracted the virus after coming into contact with affected birds, the Ministry of Health said in a statement quoted by the daily.
She was form the province of Minya south of Cairo, the statement added that she had sought treatment but her condition had already escalated.
She died in a hospital in the southern city of Assiut.
Separately, a 19-year-old woman died of bird flu on Monday in Assiut, Reuters news agency reported.
The violence against Jews by Muslims and their leftist goons, so prevalent in Eurabia (Europe and UK), has come to America. Everywhere there is Muslim immigration, the pattern is the same.
A gang of anti-Semitic thugs roughed up a Jewish man and his wife on the Upper East Side on Monday evening before fleeing in cars flying Palestinian flags, police sources told The Post. Two cars and multiple motorcycles pulled up to the couple on East 63rd Street near Third Avenue just after 8 p.m., and the assailants began yelling "anti-Jewish statements," the sources said. One of the goons threw a water bottle that hit the wife, and the 27-year-old husband was punched in the side of his head when he came to her defense, according to law enforcement sources. (NYP)
A firestorm of outrage has erupted in a small Massachusetts town over a a local government agency' proposal to ban all sales of tobacco and nicotine products.
According to the New York Times, local residents are infuriated with a plan by the local Board of Health that would make Westminster - a town of 7,400 - the first county in the nation to prohibit the sales of cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars and chewing tobacco.
"It' un-American," resident Rick Sparrow, 48, told the Times.
That sentiment was echoed by several others.
"They're just taking away everyday freedoms, little by little," Nate Johnson, 32, told the newspaper. "This isn't about tobacco, it' about control."
"This isn't about tobacco, it' about control."
ERUSALEM (USA Today) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to "respond harshly" after five people - three of them U.S.-born rabbis - were killed in a synagogue Tuesday by two Palestinians wielding meat cleavers, an ax and a gun.
The incident was the latest violent event in the tense city where relations between Arabs and Jews have been deteriorating for weeks over a contested shrine holy to both Jews and Muslims.
India has quarantined a man who was cured in Liberia of Ebola but showed traces of the disease in his semen samples after arriving in the country.
The 26-year-old Indian national showed a certificate during mandatory screening at Delhi airport on November 10 to show he had successfully undergone treatment for the virus, according to the country's health ministry.
He was quarantined at the airport as a precaution and his blood tested negative for Ebola. But his semen was subsequently tested on Monday and was found positive for the disease, it said.
"The person concerned is a treated and cured case of Ebola Virus Disease," the ministry said.