'When the prime minister seems like he is literally hugging Trump, that goes beyond diplomatic relationships.'
- House Democratic leader Pelosi says intel panel chief Nunes should recuse himself (Reuters)
- U.S. envoy to UN Haley at AIPAC: Days of Israel bashing are over (Haaretz)
- At least 11 killed in suicide bombing, gun attack in Yemen (Reuters)
- U.K. police: No evidence London attacker was associated with ISIS, Al-Qaida (Reuters)
- U.S., Britain, France, others skip UN nuclear weapons ban treaty talks (Reuters)
- Netanyahu: Israel committed to working with Trump to achieve peace with Palestinians (Haaretz)
- Marine Le Pen: I will quit office in France rejects eurozone exit (AP)
- Russian opposition leader jailed for disobeying cop at Sunday's protest (Reuters)
- More than 1,500 children killed in Yemen since March 2016, UN says (dpa)
- President Rivlin rejects pardon request from former prime minister Olmert (Haaretz)
- Sudan's al-Bashir to attend Arab League summit in Jordan despite ICC warrant (AP)
- 22 ultra-Orthodox Jews arrested, suspected of sex crimes against women, minors (Haaretz)
- Palestinian tries to stab soldiers at West Bank Huwwarah junction (Haaretz)
- 25-year-old Nazareth resident indicted for transferring funds to ISIS (Haaretz)
- Hamas relaxes restrictions on those wishing to move from Gaza to West Bank (Haaretz)
Awareness of sex crimes has risen in ultra-Orthodox communities in recent years, but new affair shows community is still sticking by its traditional methods of dealing with offenders.
Small protest countered by university students, who hold up signs reading ' Love your neighbor as yourself.'
Virtually all programs spearheaded by Religious Service Ministry's Jewish Identity Administration involve Orthodox partners, petitioners claim.
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The UN says Israel's West Bank justice system, which tries Palestinians exclusively and has reported an almost 100% conviction rate, violates international law. This is what I saw.
Cross-dressing was a big draw for urbane Egyptians a century ago: Diva Umm Kulthum dressed as a boy in early performances, while Qasim Amin encouraged women to dress and behave like men in order to satisfy their male partners.