The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 28
From Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan calling Zionism a "crime against humanity," to the Knesset cafeterias planning to offer vegan and vegetarian food, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Shas will not join Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government in the future if he does not bring them in now, said the three heads of Shas, outgoing Interior Ministry Eli Yishai, Aryeh Deri and MK Ariel Atias Thursday morning.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Zionism a "crime against humanity" at a United Nations conference in Vienna Wednesday, even as efforts at reconciliation continue between Jerusalem and Ankara.
Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman is appointing a team to investigate the widespread administration of contraceptive shots to Ethiopian immigrant women, which came to light nearly three months ago.
World powers presented Iran with a new proposal Wednesday that would ease sanctions on the Islamic republic without closing the underground uranium enrichment center in Fordo, only scaling it back.
Israel Police discredited claims on Thursday that Jewish settlers were behind the burning of six Palestinian residents' cars in the West Bank village of Qusra.
Two people were killed on Thursday morning in a Rishon Letzion car explosion. Police suspect the incident was criminally motivated.
In a move toward 'sustainable food' the Knesset’s three cafeterias will soon offer vegan and vegetarian alternatives.
Yityish Aynaw, pronounced the winner of the Miss Israel beauty pageant, held on Wednesday, is the first woman of Ethiopian origin to win the prize.