Friday, September 24, 2010


* Jordan's Abdullah: Peace talks failure will drag U.S. into new Mideast war If peace talks fail, the United States will be involved in another Middle East war.

* UN atomic agency rejects Arab-led move targeting Israel Member states of the United Nations nuclear watchdog narrowly rejected an Arab-sponsored resolution on Friday.

* Jerusalem Police remain on alert after holiday rioting Police Commissioner David Cohen on Friday decided to keep police on high alert during the coming days to ensure security for hundreds of thousands of tourists.

* Judea and Samaria Prepare to Build Jews in Judea and Samaria are preparing for the end of the construction freeze imposed on them for the past 10 months this Sunday night.

* North and South Korea on the brink of war, Russian diplomat warns North and South Korea are on the brink of war, a top Russian diplomat has warned.

* Texas weighs bid to rid schools of 'pro-Islam' books Among other complaints, the non-binding decree says some textbooks devote more lines to Islam than to Christianity and print "whitewashes" of Islamic culture.

* Gold Climbs to $1,300 on Dollar Concern; Silver at 30-Year High Gold futures rose to a record $1,300 an ounce in New York as investors sought a protection of wealth and an alternative to a weakening dollar.

* PA may not bolt talks after all when freeze ends Settlers get ready for celebrations Sunday as building resumes, promise to start constructing 2,066 housing units halted since November.

* Ahmadinejad: US behind September 11 attacks The September 11 attacks in the United States were planned by the American government in order to boost the US economy and salvage Israel, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the UN General Assembly.

* Construction Judaism: An age-old festival The most interesting succot in ancient times were those erected on the backs of camels and elephants.

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