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Thursday, September 20, 2018
 
PA hasn’t yet paid family of terrorist who killed Fuld, but they’ll be eligible
By Adam Rasgon
Official denies Israel TV report that claimed the Jabarin family already received an advance, but says there’s no secret ‘about our support for our prisoners’
 
Palestinian attempts Yom Kippur stabbing in Jerusalem, is killed — police
By TOI staff and AFP
Cops say assailant knocked a Jewish man to the ground, ran at them with sharp object, outside the Old City just after start of fast day
 
Palestinians say 2 killed in fresh Gaza border clash
By Agencies and TOI staff
 
Paramedics treat over 1,700 people on Yom Kippur, help deliver 7 babies
By TOI staff
First responders called to help 174 women in labor during fast, provide treatment to 228 cyclists, skateboarders, and rollerbladers
 
Trump offers blessings to Jewish people for Yom Kippur
By TOI staff
 
Israel airstrike left Syria arms warehouse in ruins, satellite images show
By TOI staff and Agencies
Syrian soldiers reportedly arrested in connection with downed spy plane; IAF commander to fly to Moscow to present the findings of Israel’s investigation into the incident
 
Putin absolves Israel in downing of spy plane, but warns PM: Don’t let it recur
By Agencies and TOI staff
 
U of Michigan prof. who refused to write Israel letter denies anti-Semitism
By Eric Cortellessa and JTA
But pro-Israel group charges that John Cheney-Lippold’s decision to rescind recommendation offer to student who wants to study in Israel is an unacceptable double standard
 
How a Himalayan Chabad house’s wildly popular rabbi almost became a Tibetan monk
By Nadine Wojakovski
After a near-death experience while studying at a Buddhist monastery, Dror Shaul returned to Judaism — and India — setting up an outreach center for 20,000 travelers a year
 
Trump’s new adviser on Iran seeks a nuclear ‘treaty,’ not a ‘personal agreement’
By TOI staff and Agencies
State Department’s Brian Hook says regime leaders don’t want to talk, ‘and we respect that.’ But if it remains the case, sanctions will be followed by ‘stronger measures’
 
Kim agrees to dismantle nuke site if US takes steps too; Trump hails progress
By Eric Talmadge and Foster Klug
 
Macron to meet Trump, Iran’s Rouhani at UN in New York
By AFP and TOI staff
 
Tom Friedman urges Abbas, US Arab allies to say yes to plan with 2 key criteria
By TOI staff
NYT columnist: Palestinians should promise backing for deal that offers demilitarized state, some E. J’lem rule; Israel must choose between separation, losing its Jewish democracy
 
Thousands protest UN job cuts in Gaza, as border violence escalates
By Agencies and TOI staff
 
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By JTA
 
And the winner is... / Emmy director wins a second time — with on-air proposal
By AFP
 
Wisconsin inmate charged with mailing threats to local JCC from jail
By JTA
 
Watchdog says Israeli spyware use is wider than previously thought
By AP and TOI staff
 
Stepping Up / Cleveland Browns sign Jewish kicker Greg Joseph
By Ed Carroll
 
Hungary’s Holocaust museum triggers bitter conflict between Jewish groups
By Cnaan Liphshiz
 
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