Dress up as a Jew in Ukraine, French assailants with hammers, Tel Aviv residents ranked among top 10 most beautiful, militants offer camels for Obama's head and more, in this week's hits from around the world.
Israel Hayom Staff
A restaurant invites its patrons to 'come and dress like an Orthodox Jew' in the city of Lviv, where the UEFA EURO 2012 games are being held.
To help diners get into character, the restaurant hands out hats with peyot attached and encourage its customers to "haggle" over the price of the meals.
"By patronizing these restaurants, football fans will be unwittingly supporting the most extreme and
dangerous elements of Ukrainian society," says Nazi-hunter Dr. Ephraim Zuroff.
A suspect is now in custody following a violent hammer attack on Jewish youths in France last week.
A young man of about 20 turned himself in to French police, after three Jews wearing skullcaps were attacked by about 10 apparently Muslim assailants. This incident was the latest act of violence perpetrated against France's Jewish community. In March, a shooting at a school in the town of Toulouse claimed the lives of four Jews, three of them children.
An Orthodox Jew, weeks away from becoming a New York City police officer, is dropped from police academy for refusing to shave his beard.
Canadian school children studying Persian discover that their textbooks define Jews as "the sons of apes."
Readers of the online travel guide Travelers Digest have ranked Tel Aviv men as number 10 in their Best-Looking Men list, and Tel Aviv women as number 7 in its companion list for women.
Militants offer 10 camels for Obama's head.
According to CNN, a Somali militant group, whose leaders are among the most wanted terrorists on the globe, is offering 10 camels as bounty for the leader of the free world. Two camels are offered for any information on the whereabouts of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.