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Only signed copy of US recognition of ‘State of Israel’ can be yours for $300G

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A rare document signed by the president of the United States recognizing the Jewish State of Israel is up for sale, days ahead of Israeli Independence Day.

Before any other nation, President Harry S. Truman issued the historic statement recognizing “the new State of Israel” dated May 14, 1948. But he didn’t sign the official document until many years later.

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Truman had a signed photocopy made after Zecharia Sitchin, chairman of the American-Israel Pavilion at the New York World’s Fair held from 1964-65, discussed with the president the “regretful fact” the official document of recognition wasn’t signed. The Democratic president signed it then and there and left it in the care of Sitchin, displayed at the Pavilion. It was also displayed at the Israeli Embassy in Washington and at a Zionist Organization of America event.

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U.S. President Harry S. Truman was the first world leader to recognize the state of Israel in 1948, but he didn’t sign the official statement until years later. It is now for sale. (Raab Collection)

“Statement by the President,” the recognition reads. “This government has been informed that a Jewish state has been proclaimed in Palestine, and recognition has been requested the provisional government thereof. The United States recognizes the provision government as the de facto authority of the new State of Israel.” Signed: “Harry S Truman, a photostat copy, signed 11/27/65.”

That rare document is now up for sale – not auction – from the Raab Collection for $300,000.

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“It is unique,” Nathan Raab, principal at the Raab Collection, told Fox News, “the only signed final of the great document we have found in existence and a crucial link between the United States and the founding of Israel, the Jewish state.”

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U.S. President Harry S. Truman was the first world leader to recognize the state of Israel in 1948, but he didn’t sign the official statement until years later. It is now for sale. (Raab Collection)

Truman signed the draft of the statement, which is displayed at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., but the only official statement signed is now up for grabs after Raab obtained it from the Sitchin descendants.

It comes with the display plaque at the New York World’s Fair, the program for the National Park Service Exhibition listing it, the letter from Israeli government requesting its loan, and the letter from its owner describing its provenance.

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The sale comes as Israel is set to celebrate its 71st year of independence next week.

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Lawsuit seeks release of Boy Scout sexual abuse files

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A New Jersey man who says he was abused by a Boy Scouts troop leader in the 1980s is suing to force the organization to release long-secret files containing the names of volunteers who were banned or considered risks for child sexual abuse.

Attorneys for retired police officer Richard Halvorson filed the suit late Monday.

The troop leader was suspended in 1987. The attorneys said he also worked as a schoolteacher and may have worked for another youth scouting organization.

The Boy Scouts have kept the files for decades. About 5,000 have been made public as a result of court action, but others remain confidential.

A Boy Scouts of America spokesman said in an email Tuesday that the organization supports the creation of a national registry of suspected abusers.

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US weighs designating Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group

The White House says President Donald Trump is working with his national security team on perhaps designating the Muslim Brotherhood a foreign terrorist organization.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says Trump is consulting with Mideast leaders who share his concern about the group. She says the designation is working its way through the “internal process.”

The Muslim Brotherhood is an Islamist movement with followers across the Middle East. Some only espouse the group’s hardline political views, while others support violence. That makes any designation hard to enforce. It also could further strain U.S. relations with Turkey. The president of Turkey’s political party is an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway told reporters Tuesday that a designation wouldn’t create any diplomatic complications for the administration.

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2 Tennessee sixth graders charged with plot to shoot up school, officials say

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Two Tennessee sixth graders were charged with conspiracy to commit murder after investigators discovered a hand-drawn map and plans to shoot faculty and students, authorities said.

Cumberland County school and law enforcement officials said in a news release Monday that the two students planned to bring weapons and hide them in the locker room until the last day of school. Investigators discovered a hand-drawn map.

The press release stated investigators discovered no weapons in searches of both students’ homes. Officials began investigating after a South Cumberland Elementary school resource officer heard a rumor of a possible “hit list.”

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“Our first and most important responsibility is to ensure the safety of our students and staff,” Janet Graham, the school’s director, said in a news release. “It was determined that at no time during the investigation students or staff were believed to be in any immediate danger.”

The two students, whose names were not made public because they are juveniles, were arrested Friday and held in Cumberland County Juvenile Detention Facility as they await a juvenile court hearing.

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“We take any threat to students and school faculty very seriously and we will respond, investigate and take swift appropriate action to manage each threat,” Casey Cox, the Cumberland County sheriff, said in a statement.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Marines could be ending longtime policy of separating male, female recruits during boot camp

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The only service branch of the U.S. armed forces that separates its male and female recruits during boot camp could be ditching that practice as soon as next year.

Lt. Gen. David Berger, the general nominated to lead the Marine Corps, made the announcement Tuesday during a Senate confirmation hearing.

“I talked to the commandant this morning about it and… I said, ‘We have to look at this for perhaps next year,’ and he said, ‘Absolutely,'” Berger said, according to Military.com. “I think it’s a discussion that he and I will have — and the Marine Corps will have.”

The website says those in favor of the change have argued that separating the two genders during training creates instant divisions and has led to tensions among male and female Marines in recent years.

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Marines with the mixed-gender India Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island in South Carolina. (Cpl. Vivien Alstad/Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island)

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Advocates for maintaining the status quo say it ensures that recruits don’t get distracted while forming bonds with their drill instructors.

The Marines appeared to test the proposed changes earlier this year when a mixed-gender training battalion – the first of its kind, comprised of one female platoon and five male platoons – graduated from boot camp at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island in South Carolina.

Outside of the recruits being housed in different living quarters, the training regimen remained the same.

“Combining platoons into a single company this training cycle offered an initial opportunity to assess some opportunities, challenges, outcomes and achievements in training, logistics and resources,” Jessica Hanley, a spokeswoman with the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, told Military.com.

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Berger has said that training class performed “very well.”

“The statistics… for this company were the same as every other company — a few areas higher, a few areas lower — but it went great,” he said, according to Military.com.

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Former Iowa softball standout, 25, killed by apparent stray bullet; police investigate possible illegal hunter

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A hunter’s bullet may have accidentally struck and killed a woman and star college athlete as she was driving on an Iowa highway in the middle of the night over the weekend.

Police said the bullet shattered the driver’s window of 25-year-old Micalla Rettinger’s car Sunday on Highway 218 in Waterloo, striking her in the neck and killing her.

The bullet also struck her boyfriend Adam Kimball, 32, in the face, wounding him, according to police and the Des Moines Register.

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A third person in the car was not hurt.

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Micalla Rettinger, 25, was struck by a bullet and killed as she was driving on an Iowa highway early Sunday with her boyfriend and a third person. (University of Northern Iowa)

Investigators have ruled out road rage as the motive in Rettinger’s death.

“That was one of the first things we looked into, is to whether these people were involved in a dispute or something that had occurred earlier,” Waterloo Police Maj. Joe Leibold said, according to KWWL-TV.

“The passenger said there was nothing like that,” he said. “They simply left work and drove here. There wasn’t a lot of traffic. So there wasn’t they cut something off, nothing that occurred to the passenger in the vehicle. They simply left work and driving home, there was nothing unusual nothing that got their attention.”

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Because the shooting occurred around 2:30 a.m., one theory is the shooter could be a person who was hunting illegally, the station reported.

Police on Monday appealed to the public for help in “locating any person who may be involved in shooting or hunting (legal or illegal) in the area of the Cedar River between the Highway 218 Bridge and the Conger Ave Bridge.”

The appeal also included owners of trail/surveillance cameras.

KWWL reported that it was also possible that the bullet could have come from someone randomly shooting a weapon.

Rettinger graduated from the University of Northern Iowa where she was a member of the softball team, earning conference honors in her junior and senior year.

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“Sunday morning, we lost a member of the Panther family. We are devastated to learn of the senseless death of Micalla Rettinger,” Director of Athletics David Harris said. “This news is heartbreaking to our softball team, UNI Athletics and the entire campus.”

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Suspect’s parents, uncle among 7 killed in Tennessee, authorities say

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A suspect’s parents and uncle were among the seven people found dead in two homes in rural Tennessee, authorities said.

Michael Cummins, 25, was arrested Saturday about a mile from one of the two crime scenes in rural Sumner County. He was shot and wounded while being taken into custody after authorities spotted him in a creek bed.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation identified the dead as the suspect’s parents, David Carl Cummins, 51; Clara Jane Cummins, 45; and his uncle Charles Edward Hosale, 45.

The other victims were identified as Rachel Dawn McGlothlin-Pee, 43; whose relationship to Cummins wasn’t clear; her daughter Sapphire McGlothlin-Pee, 12; and Rachel’s mother, Marsha Elizabeth Nuckols, 64. Another victim, Shirley B. Fehrle, 69; was found in a separate home. Cummins allegedly stole a Kia from Shirley Fehrle, his neighbor and one of the victims, citing an arrest affidavit, the Tennessean reported.

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An eighth victim, a relative of Cummins, survived and was said to be in critical condition, according to ABC News.

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Michael Cummins, 25, was arrested on Saturday after investigators found several bodies in two separate homes in Westmoreland, Tennessee. (Tennessee Bureau of Investigation)

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Cummins has a lengthy criminal record and had multiple court-ordered requests in the past to undergo mental health checks.

A warrant for the suspect’s arrest was being prepared by a probation officer a day before several people were found dead, the Tennessean reported. Arrest warrants for Cummins were filed Monday on a charge of criminal homicide for at least one of the deceased and a charge of theft of property over $10,000.

It was not immediately clear what type of weapon was used.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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White Dallas cop who killed black neighbor after mistakenly entering his apartment told 911: ‘I’m going to lose my job’

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The white Dallas cop who mistakenly entered her black neighbor’s apartment in September, and killed him, thinking he was an intruder in her own home, told emergency dispatchers “I’m going to lose my job,” in a 911 call after the shooting occurred.

Amber Guyger, who was charged with manslaughter after the shooting on Sept. 6, 2018 can also be heard saying “I thought it was my apartment” 20 times during the nearly 6-minute phone recording obtained by ABC affiliate in Dallas, WFAA.

Guyger, who had been with the Dallas Police Department for four years before she was fired after the incident, lived in the same apartment complex as the 26-year-old victim, Botham Jean. Their apartments were on separate floors vertical to each other.

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This file photo provided by the Mesquite Police Department shows Amber Guyger, taken Friday, Nov. 30, 2018. The former Dallas police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man in his own home told a 911 dispatcher “I thought it was my apartment” nearly 20 times as she waited for emergency responders to arrive.  (Mesquite Police Department via AP)

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“I’m an off duty officer. I thought I was in my apartment and I shot a guy thinking he was, thinking it was my apartment,” she says in the call.

The attorney representing Jean’s family, Daryl Washington, told Fox News on Tuesday, the phone call confirmed “what we’ve known all the time.”

“At no time did she feel she was in danger or anyone else was in danger,” said Washington of Guyger, pointing to the fact that she never mentioned in the phone call that she believed Jean possessed a firearm or that he had charged at her in any way.

Washington also pointed out that Guyger seemed more upset over losing her job than shooting Jean.

“Even if she made an honest mistake, that would not be your first thought,” he said.

At 9:59 p.m. Guyger allegedly parked on the fourth floor of the Southside Flats apartment complex by accident, even though her apartment is located on the third floor. She then entered Jean’s apartment through the partially ajar front door and drew her handgun when she noticed “a large silhouette” in the apartment, according to the police arrest warrant affidavit that recounted Guyger’s version of events. Jean ignored her verbal commands and she shot at him twice, hitting him once, fatally, in the torso.

“I thought it was my apartment. I thought it was apartment. I could have sworn I parked on the third floor,” Guyger can be heard saying in the 911 call.

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In this Sept. 21, 2017, file photo provided by Harding University in Searcy, Ark., Botham Jean leads worship at a university presidential reception in Dallas. Jean was shot and killed in his home in September 2018 by his neighbor, Amber Guyger, a Dallas police officer returning home from work who mistook his apartment for her own. (Jeff Montgomery/Harding University via AP, File)

The former officer’s blood was drawn at the scene of the shooting to test for drugs and alcohol although the results have not been released.

“I’m so tired,” Guyger said in the phone call, seeming confused as to how she ended up in the wrong apartment.

“Oh my god. I’m done. I didn’t mean to. I didn’t mean to. I didn’t mean to. I’m sorry,” she said, seemingly to Jean, who was born and raised on the Caribbean Island of St. Lucia.

“Unfortunately, there is an underlying fear of African American males,” Washington said. “Police officers shoot first ask questions later.”

Guyger was investigated at least nine times for her conduct prior to the fatal shooting in September, but all of those cases were dropped, including another instance where she shot and wounded a man during a police stop in May 2017.

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Her trial involving Jean is set to start on Monday, Aug. 12.

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New York Times issues correction for op-ed calling Jesus ‘Palestinian,’ not Jewish

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The New York Times, which apologized yesterday for running “anti-Semitic propaganda” against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Trump, issued a correction about an article alleging Jesus was Palestinian and not Jewish.

The op-ed, titled “As a Black Child in Los Angeles, I Couldn’t Understand Why Jesus Had Blue Eyes,” read: “Jesus, born in Bethlehem, was most likely a Palestinian man with dark skin.” The New York Times issued the correction one week after it ran the story and received a barrage of criticism.

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“Because of an editing error, an article last Saturday referred incorrectly to Jesus’s background,” the Times wrote. “While he lived in an area that later came to be known as Palestine, Jesus was a Jew who was born in Bethlehem.”

It was changed to: “But Jesus, a Jew born in Bethlehem, presumably had the complexion of a Middle Eastern man.”

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The New York Times issued a correction for an op-ed that pushed the notion Jesus was Palestinian and not Jewish, in the midst of apologizing for publishing anti-Semitic cartoons. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)

Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate and director of Global Social Action Agenda at the Simon Wiesenthal Center, accused the NYT of “fake news” and said they are trying to “rewrite” history.

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Then on Sunday, the Times said it was deeply sorry for publishing an anti-Semitic cartoon depicting Netanyahu as a dog on a leash held by a blind Trump. The paper blamed the error on a “single editor” and promised “significant changes” in its decision-making process in the wake of the embarrassment.

Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, called the image “anti-Semitic propaganda of the most vile sort.”

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“It’s propaganda, pure and simple,” Greenblatt told “America’s Newsroom” Monday. “It looked like it was lifted from Der Stermer or something that would be printed in the Islamic Republic of Iran. It doesn’t belong in any mainstream American publication. Certainly not the New York Times.”

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He added: “The man who murdered Lori Kaye in San Diego County on Saturday, he was influenced, we know from his manifesto, by this idea of Jewish control, Jewish manipulation, exactly the kind of image that the New York Times printed just a few hours earlier.”

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Mother says daughter was bitten more than 25 times at Arizona daycare

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An Arizona mother is demanding answers after she said her 15-month-old daughter came home from a daycare facility with multiple bite marks on her body.

Alice Martin says her daughter was fussier than usual after a day at Tucson’s Creative Beginnings Preschool about two months ago.

When Martin went to give her a bath later, she noticed the child’s back and shoulders were covered with what appeared to be bite marks.

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“At first, I was like, ‘Are those really bite marks?’” Martin told KOLD News 13. “And then, my brain kinda stopped thinking and I started crying. There’s over 25-plus, it’s hard to tell. 25 would be the minimum that the police officer and I discussed.”

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The Arizona Department of Health Services released a statement to Fox News: “The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) is investigating the incident at Creative Beginnings Daycare and working with law enforcement. The investigation is not completed and ADHS cannot comment on pending investigations.”

Martin told KOLD News 13 she is worried that if no action is taken, then what happened to her daughter could happen to another child.

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“It’s been two months with, as far as I know, no repercussions, and there’s very unlikely to be any for the daycare,” Martin said.

Creative Beginnings Preschool declined to comment when contacted by Fox News.

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