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Volume 45, Number 3
  
14 July 2017
Greg Kandra




Israeli forces take additional security measures after police killed three men who opened fire in Jerusalem’s Old City on 14 July. (photo: Mahmoud Ibrahem/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Attack near Jerusalem’s Temple Mount (The Jerusalem Post) Three terrorists opened fire on a group of policemen near Lions’ Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City on Friday morning, killing two Israeli police officers and injuring two more before the attackers were killed by police. The slain officers are Hail Stawi, 30, from Maghar and Kamil Shanan, 22, from Hurfeish both in northern Israel. Officer Shanan was the son of former Israeli Druze Knesset member Shakib Shanan…

Son of Copt killed in Egypt plans to donate funds to build a mosque and church (Fides) Young Coptic Michael Atef Munir, son of one of the victims of the massacre of the Coptic pilgrims killed on 26 May in a jihadist ambush, announced he wants to donate the money that the Egyptian government set aside for the relatives of the victims of terrorism to a mosque and a church in the province of Minya…

Syrians make a new life in Mexico (The Guardian) Hassan is one of 10 young Syrians in Mexico thanks to Project Habesha — a small not-for-profit organization arranging university scholarships for youngsters whose education has been disrupted by the war…

Christian birth rates falling in India (New Indian Express) Sustaining the upward growth rate of Muslim population in the state, the recent Vital statistics Report published by the Director of Panchayats is pointing at a steep climb in birth rate among the Muslim community. While Muslims, who constitute a quarter of the population, have attained the birth rate almost equal to that of the majority Hindu community, the Christian community’s birth rate has fallen…



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