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By: Jeremy Glick
Apparently Douglas Adams got it wrong about which species is smarter than we are.

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Current News on the Middle East

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

Greatest Threat to Israel? The High Court
Nobel Laureate Professor Yisrael Aumann says High Court 'corrupt', poses danger to Israel's democratic fabric.

Jerusalem Stabbing Classified as Terror Attack - Not a 'Fight'
Police correct initial false claim that Arab stabbing of Jewish students in Old City was 'fight between two parties.'

Pope Supports 'Dialogue' With ISIS - Which is Trying to Kill Him
ISIS is targeting Pope Francis for assassination he says dialogue 'almost impossible' but 'my door is always open.'

President Rivlin Bashes 'Jewish State Law'
Despite holding supposedly non-political position, Rivlin opposes bill claiming 'democracy is Jewish' and denying contradiction of the two.

Live: Hareidi Leaders Mark Seven Days Since Synagogue Massacre
Leading hareidi rabbis headline event marking the end of the 'shiva' period for victims of Har Nof massacre with prayers, words of Torah.

Pulitzer Winner, NYU President Talk 'Baseball and God'
Yeshiva University hosts unique conversation with columnist George Will and university president John Sexton.

Is it Too Late to Stop Iran?
Senior US Congressman says Obama admin 'playing into the hands of the Iranians' in nuclear talks - but insists Congress can fight back.

Report Reveals US Schools Whitewashing Hamas, PA
Parents group demands answers after report shows Newton, MA public schools alter Hamas and PA charters, accept Israel's destruction.

PA Warps Arab Terror Attacks to be 'Israeli Attacks'
Abbas's PA TV twists four recent attacks while whitewashing terrorism of 'martyrs,' presents synagogue massacre pics as of Arab victims.

Turkish MP Submits Bill to Define Israel as a 'Terrorist State'
Turkish parliament to debate a bill, proposed by far-right MP, which would define Israel as a 'terrorist state'.

Current World Events - BBC News

BBC World News

BBC World News

Messi breaks Champions League record
Barcelona's Lionel Messi becomes the Champions League's all-time top scorer by scoring against Apoel Nicosia.

NI golf resort plan 'has foundered'
Plans for a £100m golf resort near the Giant's Causeway in County Antrim have foundered, according to informed sources.

Business group attacks £25m pay deal
A pay package proposed for the new head of gas giant BG Group is branded "excessive and inflammatory" by the Institute of Directors.

Many dead in twin Nigeria blasts
Two female suicide bombers blow themselves up at a crowded market in the northern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, killing 78 people, hospital staff say.

Rigby killer studied in west Wales
One of two men who murdered Fusilier Lee Rigby in London last year studied at an Islamic college in west Wales, a report finds.

Masked man in acid 'revenge attack'
A woman whose 80-year-old former lover is accused of a revenge attack against her tells a court a masked attacker threw acid in her face.

Ferguson jury process is 'broken'
Lawyers for Michael Brown's family say the process that cleared a police officer who shot dead the teenager in Ferguson is "broken" and "unfair".

VIDEO: David Mellor recorded in taxi row
Former cabinet minister David Mellor is secretly recorded having a heated row and swearing at a taxi driver, a tabloid newspaper reports.

VIDEO: Cat survives shotgun attack
A cat suffered two broken legs and was blasted at least twice with a shotgun, a veterinary practice in Cornwall says.

VIDEO: Murder of Lee Rigby 'not preventable'
The murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby could not have been prevented by the intelligence agencies, according to a parliamentary inquiry.

PM warns net firms after Rigby murder
David Cameron says internet companies must act on terrorist material, after it emerges one of Lee Rigby's killers spoke on Facebook about wanting to murder a soldier.

Dairy industry in 'desperate state'
The dairy industry is in a desperate state, a government committee hears.

VIDEO: Fury turns to violence in Ferguson
The US town of Ferguson has seen rioting and looting after a jury decided not to bring charges over the killing of a black teenager.

Girl died after stem cell transplant
A problem with the freezing of stem cells may have contributed to the death of a 12-year-old girl with cancer, a coroner rules.

Web 'predator' murdered schoolboy
An "internet predator" admits stabbing to death a 14-year-old boy after meeting him online.

AUDIO: Tesco writes apology poem to students
Two students who wrote a poem complaining to Tesco say they were "very impressed" to receive a reply - in verse.

Simmons hopes Hughes shares his fate
Former West Indies batsman Phil Simmons hopes Phil Hughes is as lucky as he was with his recovery from a serious head injury.

Cairo building collapse kills 17
Rescue teams are searching for survivors in the rubble of a block of flats that collapsed in Egypt's capital Cairo, killing at least 17 people.

England's Finn a doubt for first ODI
England bowler Steven Finn could miss England's first one-day international against Sri Lanka with a groin injury.

'100 suggestions' to chair abuse probe
More than 100 names have been suggested to chair an inquiry into historic child abuse, the top civil servant at the Home Office tells MPs.

Raqqa air strikes 'kill dozens'
At least 36 civilians have been killed in air strikes by Syrian government warplanes on the Islamic State-held northern city of Raqqa, activists say.

'Caring and doting' father beat baby
A "caring and doting" father broken his daughter's neck and damaged her spine after shaking her, swinging her by the legs and sitting on her, a court hears.

New centre of the sporting world?
How and why Qatar, Dubai and Abu Dhabi have launched a land grab of sporting events unmatched anywhere in the world.

VIDEO: 'I'll never stop missing my Breck'
Lorin LaFave, whose 14-year-old son, Breck Bednar, was stabbed to death by an "internet predator", says she is lost and heartbroken.

Plastic bag protest in Ivory Coast
Police in Ivory Coast fire tear gas and use batons to disperse crowds protesting about a ban on plastic bags used to carry water.

Tax relief threat to private schools
A future Labour government would require private schools to "earn" business rate relief by helping out state schools - or lose it, the party will warn.

Tesco 'gifts for boys' sign removed
A complaint from a seven-year-old girl prompts Tesco to remove a sign which referred to a superhero alarm clock as a "gift for a boy".

MSP's tears over C. diff deaths
An MSP who campaigned on behalf of patients whose deaths were linked to a hospital infection breaks down as she said justice has not been done.

Colombia rebels release two soldiers
Colombia's Farc rebels release two soldiers taken hostage earlier this month, a first step towards resuming peace talks.

Facebook hosted Rigby murder chat
Facebook hosted a conversation by one of Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers in which he said he wanted to kill a soldier, five months before the attack, the BBC learns.

Adams 'sorry for offensive remark'
Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams apologises for using what he acknowledges was an offensive term at a public meeting but denies claims that it was aimed at "all unionists".

Crime at lowest level in 40 years
The level of recorded crime in Scotland has reached its lowest level in 40 years, but sex crimes have risen.

The problem with freezing stem cells
What went wrong with a cancer treatment that should have healed rather than harmed.

S Leone Ebola workers dump bodies
Burial workers in the Sierra Leonean city of Kenema dump bodies in public in protest at non-payment of allowances for handling Ebola victims.

Pope Francis hits out at 'bureaucratic' Europe
Many MEPs were surprised at how trenchant the Pope's criticisms were, after he directly addressed them on the current malaise in Europe.

France puts Russian warship on hold
France suspends "until further notice" the delivery of a helicopter carrier to the Russian navy because of continuing violence in eastern Ukraine.

Hamilton's 48 hours as a champion
Late nights and tikka masalas - my 48 hours as F1 champion

Top Thai policeman 'defamed royals'
A third senior police officer in Thailand is charged with insulting the monarchy, bribery and corruption as part of a major investigation.

Bangladesh 'Hajj critic' is arrested
A senior Bangladeshi politician who criticised the annual Hajj pilgrimage made by Muslims to Mecca is arrested in Dhaka for insulting Islam.

Tougher time with Rosberg - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton says team-mate Nico Rosberg has been more difficult to work with this season than Fernando Alonso in 2007.

Players to get support over Hughes
Players who witnessed batsman Phil Hughes suffering a serious head injury in Sydney will be given counselling.

Eurozone 'persistent stagnation' risk
The eurozone may be stuck in an enduring period of no growth, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development says.

Captain Kirk not trekking to Cheshire
Star Trek legend William Shatner denies rumours he will boldly go to switch on the Christmas lights in a Cheshire town.

Tech firms criticised by Rigby report
Facebook, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo are accused of not doing enough to prevent attacks, following a review into Fusilier Lee Rigby's murder.

VIDEO: Hughes critical after being hit by ball
Australia batsman Phil Hughes is in a critical condition after being hit by a ball at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

VIDEO: Extreme adventurers adopt plucky dog
A team of Swedish extreme adventurers on a 10-day race through the Amazon rainforest have adopted a stray dog who started following them around after they fed him.

In pictures: Ruling sparks rioting in US town of Ferguson
Night of unrest follows a jury's decision

Pope complains of 'haggard' Europe
Pope Francis warns that Europe appears "somewhat elderly" and less and less a protagonist, in a speech to EU politicians in Strasbourg.

VIDEO: Editor: It looks crazy, but in fact it's not
The UK's newest newspaper was launched on Monday and The National is taking a pro-Scottish independence line.

Hughes injury a reminder of cricket's dangers
Hughes injury a reminder of cricket's dangers

Wilshaw says schools not 'too white'
Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw has said it is "nonsense" to claim that schools would be criticised by inspectors for being "too white".

VIDEO: Underwear protest by Mexican farmers
Mexican farmers hold a protest wearing just underpants and a photograph to protest against alleged abuse of power.

AUDIO: Songwriters' bad science lyrics
Blue Peter Scientist Steve Mould is given the task of looking at some of the worst offenders.

VIDEO: Mellor 'an idiot' over cabbie comments
A former Sun editor says David Mellor "is an absolute ocean-going idiot" over his comments to a London cabbie.

Gravity map traces ocean circulation
Scientists use gravity data to produce what they say is the most accurate space view yet of global ocean currents and the speed at which they move.

Day in pictures: 25 November 2014
24 hours of news images: 25 November

French dad loses adoption fight
A French appeal court refuses to allow a father to take custody of his biological son, who was given up for adoption by his mother.

Mortgage approvals fall by 16%
The number of mortgages being granted by Britain's banks falls by 16% over the last year, according to banking industry body, the BBA.

VIDEO: Olly Murs to work with childhood hero
Five years ago, Olly Murs was an X-Factor hopeful, but four albums and a lot of hard work later, he has been working with one of his childhood heroes.

From smart to shove: A brief history of the shirtfront
A brief history of an Australian word

How terror bill will expand powers
This week's counter-terrorism bill will expand minister's powers - and face accusations of injustice.

AUDIO: Student 'hacks' £100,000 microscope
A PhD student from Brunel University London has saved himself £100,000 by 'hacking' his own kit. Adam Lynch created his own inverted microscope by adapting a cheap instrument he bought online.

VIDEO: 'Tense' in Dewani trial courtroom
Jon Kay reports from the courtroom in Cape Town, as South African prosecutors try to persuade a judge not to drop the murder case against British businessman Shrien Dewani.

Twitter exec in direct message gaffe
Top Twitter boss accidentally tweets a private message about acquiring a company.

Why Nick Drake is not the patron saint of the miserable
Why Nick Drake is not the patron saint of the miserable

E-cigarette 'lure' might be baseless
The concern e-cigarettes are a gateway to smoking might be unfounded, data suggests.

Argentina Top Gear lands festive slot
The controversial Top Gear special that has prompted complaints from Argentine diplomats will air at Christmas, the BBC announces.

More Bill Cosby shows cancelled in US
Two more Bill Cosby shows are axed as the veteran comedian continues to face allegations of sexual assault.

VIDEO: 'Rosberg battle psychological warfare'
World champion Lewis Hamilton tells BBC Breakfast that his title battle with Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg became "psychological warfare".

The housing market is cooling - Nationwide
UK’s largest mutual says market is now more cautious, and it is happy to lend to over 40s.

VIDEO: The unlikely city with 446 bridges
The unlikely city that claims it has the most in the world

'Class war on private schools' and Mellor's 'rant'
A mixed bag of headlines in Tuesday's press, sees two papers focusing on Labour's plans to remove tax breaks from private schools that do not partner state counterparts.

The strange world of the 'head shop'
Why are cannabis pipes openly for sale on the High Street?

Olly Murs: 'Look who's winning now'
Is it time to take Olly Murs seriously?

John Simpson: Could the world return to the 1980s?
Is the world set to return to the 1980s?

VIDEO: Meet Robo farmers Mantis and Ladybird
From weed detecting to a robotic dairy - the tech that could help farmers be more efficient

The mysterious disappearance of a celebrity preacher
What happened to the founder of the Foursquare Church?

VIDEO: 'End of life care needs more effort'
Professor Atul Gawande of Harvard University on why more effort needs to be made to improve the last stage in people's lives.

VIDEO: New life of grime for ex-police dog
A nine-stone former police dog has swapped a life of catching criminals to one of sniffing out drains blocked with fat, oil and grease.

US defence secretary to step down
Chuck Hagel has resigned as US defence secretary after less than two years in the post, following a series of meetings with President Barack Obama.

Have any prices fallen faster than singles?
Bob Geldof says the price of a single has fallen 72% in the past 30 years.

Day in pictures: 24 November 2014
24 hours of news images: 24 November

VIDEO: Catch it like Beckham
Odell Beckham Jr's stunning one-handed catch for a touchdown for the New York Giants in the NFL sets social media alight.

How can a baby survive in a storm drain?
A newborn baby is receiving treatment after surviving for up to five days in a drain in Sydney, Australia. How did it manage to keep going?

Peru probes 500 sea lion deaths
Peru's environmental police launch an investigation into the deaths of some 500 sea lions found on a northern beach.

Ex-Washington Mayor Marion Barry dies
Marion Barry, a four-term Democratic mayor of Washington DC mayor who won re-election after a drug arrest, dies at 78.

The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas
The dangerous beauty of the Himalayas

Week in pictures: 15-21 November 2014
The best news photos from around the world

Day in pictures: 21 November 2014
24 hours of news images: 21 November

Picture power: Bird flu
The story behind the picture

In pictures: Snow chaos in north-eastern US
Snowstorm hits north-east of the United States

VIDEO: Liaison Committee
MPs question Prime Minister David Cameron.
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