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Arson attack on Israeli football club that signed Muslim players
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(Reuters) – A suspected arson attack damaged the main club house of Israeli Premier League side Beitar Jerusalem on Friday, a day after four fans were charged in court in connection with racist incitement against the team’s recruitment of Muslim players, police said.




Mosque torched near Ramallah
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Suspected ‘price tag’ act in village of Jaba: ‘War has begun’ and ‘Pay the price’ spray-painted on mosque two weeks before scheduled evacuation of Beit El’s Ulpana neighborhood. Netanyahu, Barak condemn ‘irresponsible’ act.




Netanyahu backs law to ban loudspeakers at mosques
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By Barak Ravid

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday voiced support for a law that would ban mosques from using loudspeaker systems to call people to prayer.




The Ground Zero Synagogue
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Imagine a place where Muslims were the victims, not the perpetrators, of the worst terrorist massacre in recent memory. Imagine, for example, that the killer was Jewish and that in the wake of his attack, on the very ground from which he had plotted it, Jews built a synagogue.




Rabbi Menachem Froman and 20 Settlers Replace Burned Qurans
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“This visit is to say that although there are people who oppose peace, he who opposes peace is opposed to God,” said Rabbi Menachem Froman, a well-known peace activist and one of a handful of settlers who went to Beit Fajjar to show solidarity with their Muslim neighbors.