The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, January 28
From ex-army chief recommending an 85 percent withdrawal from the West Bank to Oxfam being asked to drop Scarlett Johansson over her SodaStream role, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Former Military Intelligence chief Amos Yadlin recommended that in case of a collapse in the Palestinian peace talks, Israel withdraw from 85 percent of the West Bank, maintaining that unilateral action is preferable to the status quo.
Speaking at the Tel Aviv University, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said that from a security standpoint, the Palestinian Authority is not a responsible neighbor on which Israel can rely.
The Education Ministry intends to keep Arab teachers out of religious Jewish schools, with critics charging that the policy encourages growing extremism in Orthodox public system.
Voicing his wish for a Jewish Jaffa, a U.S. born contractor is advancing plans for a Jewish-only residential project in the midst of Jaffa.
Dozens of Knesset members who traveled to Poland for the International Holocaust Remembrance Day were stranded in Poland due to a plane malfunction.
A British Mandate-era arms cache, that is believed to have been concealed soon after Israel was established was found buried beneath Kibbutz Mesilot, in the Beit She'an Valley.
The national committee of the Palestinian BDS demanded Oxfam drop Scarlett Johansson over her SodaStream role and "vocal support for illegal Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian territory."
And Israeli-U.S firm Stratasys unveiled the first 3D printer to combine a range of colors with rigid, flexible and transparent materials.