The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, May 12
From opposition leader Shelly Yacimovich meeting with Palestinian President Abbas in Ramallah, to the estimated 10,000 people who took to Tel Aviv's streets to protest austerity measures on Saturday night, check out the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Israeli opposition leader Shelly Yacimovich met with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah on Sunday and stated her support for a two-state solution, contingent on the security of Israeli citizens.
The Finance Ministry's budget reveals that Israel has set up a new diplomatic mission in one of the Persian Gulf States, adding to the 11 established worldwide between 2010 and 2012.
Turkish authorities have detained nine citizens connected to the car bombings that killed 46 people Sunday in a Turkish border town, blaming . Leaders in Damascus denied involvement against claims that Assad loyalists were responsible.
Prime Minister Netanyahu trying to thwart transfer of surface-to-air missiles from Russia to Syria, following the recent airstrikes against Syria, raising concerns that struggles will renew in the Golan Heights, with Hezbollah, which will bring into play "game-changing weapons" and Russia, who will step in to aid Syria with S-300 missiles.
An estimated 10,000 people took to the streets of Tel Aviv Saturday to protest Finance Minister Yair Lapid's budget cuts out of concern that they will harm the working man and stifle the weak sectors.
An open letter to Naftali Bennett on ultra-orthodoxy, Jewish pluralism and the Women of the Wall, by Allison Kaplan Sommer.
The IDF intentionally crashed its own Heron-class UAV into the sea on Saturday night following an engine malfunction and out of fear that control might be lost and fall over populated areas.
Facebook is working out the final terms for buying the Israeli startup Waze, at a company value of $ibillion, following media reports of the deal a week ago.