News roundup of the past few days:
Iran's Vice President Makes an Anti-Semitic Speech. -Iran's vice president Mohammad-Reza Rahimi delivered a baldly anti-Semitic speech on Tuesday at an international anti-drug conference in Tehran, saying that the Talmud, a central text of Judaism, was responsible for the spread of illegal drugs around the world. European diplomats in attendance expressed shock. Even Iranian participants privately wondered at their government's motive for allowing such a speech.
Two Iranians Face Hanging Over Drinking-Two Iranians have been sentenced to death for "persistent consumption of alcohol," which is in violation of the Islamic Republic's laws, Ynet learned Wednesday.
Hamas terrorist convicted of killing 46 Israelis-Ibrahim Hamed, a former commander of Hamas' Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades in the West Bank, was convicted of 46 counts of murder Wednesday. The Ofer Military court also found him guilty of four counts of accessory to murder and four counts of attempted murder.
But of course the Huffington Post never misses an article about you know what.