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Current News about the Middle East from Arutz Sheva

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Two wounded in car attack east of Jerusalem
Arab terrorist wounds two soldiers in the Kfar Adumim area - less than a week after his brother conducted similar attack at same exact site.

Thousands attend memorial for Ezra Schwartz
Netanyahu opens special memorial ceremony for slain yeshiva student, who was 'on a mission to love the people of Israel.'

Filipino ISIS gang clashes with army
Eight members of a criminal group that pledged loyalty to ISIS shot dead in gun battle in southern Philippines.

Former top PA official: PA 'no different' than Hamas
Top Abbas rival Mohammed Dahlan blasts PA for security coordination with Israel, says Hamas 'no different' for conducting indirect talks.

Why ISIS survives: Airstrike sirens, tunnels
Sneak peek inside ISIS capital reveals why international bombing campaigns have yet to cripple the jihadists, and how they exert their rule.

Erdogan praises terror wave as Palestinian 'noble fight'
Turkish President expresses full support for the latest Palestinian Arab terror wave against Israel.

PA: No to calm in exchange for economic relief
PA warns Netanyahu is planning to 'change the basis of the peace process from a political settlement to a security calm.'

Cameron: We can't wait until an attack happens here
British Prime Minister argues his case to MPs for Britain to join air strikes on ISIS targets in Syria.

Terrorism in Europe: How to act against it?
Michael Fragin tries to explore how to deal with increasing terrorism in Europe after the attack on France.

Saudi Arabia threatens Twitter user with lawsuit
Saudi Arabia threatens to sue Twitter user who said a death sentence handed down to a poet was 'ISIS-like'.

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Livingstone: Blair to blame for 7/7
Former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone is criticised for suggesting Tony Blair was to blame for the deaths of 52 people in the 7/7 London bombings in 2005.

China's stock market drops more than 5%
China's Shanghai Composite share index closes down by more than 5% after several major brokerage firms announce they are under investigation.

Quiz of the week's news
What's Taylor Swift been accused of endangering?

Gun attack 'was attempt to kill police'
A gun attack on a police patrol car in west Belfast, in which up to eight shots were fired, is being treated as attempted murder.

Corbyn faces threat of resignations
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is facing the threat of resignations from his shadow cabinet amid a split over his opposition to UK air strikes in Syria.

Space rocket debris found off Scilly
A large chunk of an American space rocket is found in the sea off the Isles of Scilly.

VIDEO: Exploded SpaceX rocket 'found in UK'
Maritime and Coastguard Agency find what they believe is a Nasa rocket which blew up moments after take-off in June.

Shops hope for record Black Friday
UK retailers are embarking on the Black Friday shopping phenomenon, with analysts predicting record online sales.

Minister to make fracking decision
The decision to allow shale gas drilling - or fracking - in Lancashire will be made directly by the government, it has emerged.

Turkey seeks to calm Russia plane row
The Turkish prime minister vows to "work with Russia and our allies to calm tensions" after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane.

Commonwealth unit to tackle terrorism
A Commonwealth unit to target the "scourge" of extremism is being set up, with Prime Minister David Cameron pledging £5m to help fund it.

Labour 'at war' and migration fears
Labour's internal "war" over whether to support air strikes in Syria features on several front pages, while other papers focus on record migration figures.

'Dangerous' lakes in Everest glacier
Lakes that have been forming near Mount Everest could threaten settlements downstream if they overflow.

France to honour Paris attack victims
France is set to hold a national memorial service to remember the 130 people who died in the Paris attacks two weeks ago.

Amateur photographers capture golden age of motor racing
Amateur photographs of the stars and cars in action and in the pits during Grand Prix of the past.

Why do people act the way they do on Black Friday?
The psychological secret of Black Friday

From postie to Serjeant at Arms
Former postman Lawrence Ward reflects on his time as Parliament's security chief - the tights, the mace, the snobbery and dealing with unruly MPs like John McDonnell.

Trump denies mocking disabled reporter
Republican presidential contender Donald Trump denies mocking a disabled reporter during a campaign address this week.

Abuse inquiry 'to name institutions'
Justice Lowell Goddard is set to name the first institutions to be investigated as part of the independent inquiry into child abuse in England and Wales.

Religious education 'needs overhaul'
Religious education in England's schools needs a total overhaul to bring the subject into the 21st Century, argues a report.

Multiple-birth care 'postcode lottery'
Women expecting twins or triplets are experiencing poor antenatal care in some areas of England, a report suggests.

Talking therapy 'eases dental phobia'
People with a dental phobia are more likely to undergo treatment without sedation if they have had Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), research suggests.

A&E waiting times 'getting worse'
Waiting times in A&E departments across the UK are worsening as pressures grow in hospitals, figures suggest.

VIDEO: Cabbie discovers beauty on the backseat
The cabbie who takes portraits of his passengers

Support for climate deal 'declines'
A public opinion survey suggests that support for strong action on climate change has declined since 2009.

Online chatting at work gets the thumbs up from bosses
Do social media apps spell the end for work emails?

Is bashing Belgium over Paris attacks justified?
Are claims of a 'failed state' after Paris attacks justified?

Why don't women become truckers?
Why don't more women become lorry drivers?

London Ambulance Service 'inadequate'
London's ambulance service is rated as inadequate and should be placed in special measures, England's chief inspector of hospitals says.

Jack Garratt wins Brits Critics' Choice
Jack Garratt wins the Brits Critics' Choice prize, awarded to music newcomers due to release their first album in the coming year.

Lord Coe ends association with Nike
IAAF president Lord Coe ends his 38-year ambassadorial role with American sportswear giant Nike.

VIDEO: Redmayne becomes The Danish Girl
The Danish Girl, a film about a transgender pioneer, is the movie no-one would fund as the topic was not seen to be commercially viable.

Scots women reach Euro curling final
Scotland's women will meet Russia in the gold-medal match at the European Curling Championships in Denmark.

VIDEO: Salah Abdeslam 'phoned people for lift'
A friend of one of the main suspects still being hunted by police after the Paris attacks has said Salah Abdeslam phoned people in Brussels following the attacks and asked them to drive to get him.

VIDEO: Does UK action in Syria make military sense?
As David Cameron says launching UK air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria will make Britain safer, the BBC's John Simpson reports on the arguments for and against the stance.

Liverpool 2-1 Bordeaux
Liverpool reach the Europa League's last 32 with one game to spare after coming from behind to beat Bordeaux.

Murray and Edmund lead Davis Cup bid
Great Britain hope Kyle Edmund can spring a surprise in Belgium and set the visitors up for a first Davis Cup victory since 1936.

VIDEO: Students protest at Hopkins debate
Students angry that former TV Apprentice contestant Katie Hopkins was speaking at a Brunel University debate have walked out in protest.

VIDEO: Celebrities grill Murray brothers
Brothers Andy and Jamie Murray tackle questions from sporting celebrities before the Davis Cup final against Belgium.

VIDEO: Will Black Friday chaos repeat itself?
As retailers around England prepare for Black Friday, will they see a repeat of last year's scenes?

Number of untaxed UK vehicles doubles
The number of vehicles without road tax - Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) - doubled to 560,000 after the paper tax disc was abolished in October 2014.

'Very significant' cuts still to come
"Very significant" government spending cuts will be imposed before the next general election, the Institute for Fiscal Studies think tank warns.

What is the UK doing about Syria?
11 key questions on what the UK should do about Syria

One in five children obese in Year 6
One in 10 children was obese at the start of primary school in England last year but one in five was obese by the end, according to new figures.

Pirate makes film to avoid being sued
A convicted Czech software pirate agrees to make an anti-piracy film in order to avoid being sued by the firms whose software he pirated.

Adele announces first tour since 2011
Adele is to embark on a UK and European arena tour next year - her first tour for five years.

What is the Little Red Book?
What exactly is the Little Red Book?

The truth about Facebook quizzes
Much press attention has been devoted to a Facebook quiz which asked for large swathes of data in return for a word cloud of your most used words, but do we really need to worry?

Does the UK have a problem with whiplash?
Why does the UK have so many whiplash cases?

Julia Margaret Cameron at the V&A
The V&A marks the bicentenary of Julia Margaret Cameron's birth

VIDEO: Afghan rapper escaped child marriage
The BBC speaks to Sonita Alizadeh, who started rapping after she was nearly sold as a bride by her family.

Tax changes in the pipeline
Our tax affairs will be organised digitally in the future, Chancellor George Osborne says, but it does not mean it is getting any simpler. So what are the changes?

Do terrorists really think they're going to win?
The history of terrorism has much to teach about what drives the current wave of radicals.

The trouble with saying you don't want children
When Holly Brockwell spoke to the BBC about her decision not to have children, the abuse she received was so extreme she deactivated her Twitter account.
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