Anas Abu Da’abes was detained for three days after writing two satirical Facebook posts before state prosecutors determined that police mistranslated his posts, meant to criticize those who supported arsonists.
State Comptroller Joseph Shapira is poised to say that Netanyahu did not sufficiently stress Hamas’ tunnel threat, but the prime minister will strive to keep details from getting out.
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The committee submitted its recommendations to Interior Minister Arye Deri, who is expected to consult with the mayors of the two cities before announcing a decision.
Awani Ziadat allegedly confessed to his sister that he had strangled his wife, Ahlam, and buried her body.
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Israel reportedly attacked Hezbollah-bound arms convoys in Syria, under the watchful eye of Russia's advanced radar and air-defense missiles.
The consistent rise in sea temperatures due to climate change is regarded as the main factor in the disappearance of marine species.
When Shmuel Yosef Agnon was evacuated to the Jerusalem home of the famed kabbalist Gershom Scholem during the War of Independence, he found a letter that would make every Airbnb host proud.
Abbas achieves major goals at Fatah conference by forcing main rival Dahlan and his supporters out of the movement.
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