The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 5
From a proposed bill calling for the annexation of all West Bank settlements, to the arrival of two Danish, female anteaters, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
A proposed bill calling for the annexation of all West Bank settlements and barring the government from restricting settlement construction due to diplomatic considerations will be discussed by the Ministerial Committee for Legislation.
Two Israeli combat pilots were jailed for five days for storing maps and other classified information on their smartphones, Army Radio reported, with Air force officials saying the incident underscores the security risk posed by mobile technology.
The High Court of Justice froze $2.8 million in yeshiva funding for Haredi draft-dodgers to put an end to the Knesset's foot-dragging in enacting new legislation on drafting ultra-Orthodox yeshiva.
A group of rabbis warned U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to cease mediation or face divine retribution, warning that his actions were "a declaration of war against the Creator and Ruler of the universe."
Susan Rice tweets that the U.S. administration is mad as hell and not going to take it anymore, with the stream of insults hurled at Secretary of State John Kerry reflecting peace process jitters.
Zionist emissaries employed abroad, including hundreds sent overseas by Jewish Agency and Jewish National Fund, are now entitled to vote in future elections, the Knesset decided.
Cancer is responsible for one in four Israeli deaths, the Israel Cancer Association reported, although there has been an 18% drop in cases of the disease registered over the last generation, along with a rise in the survival rate.
Two female anteaters, a female and her young daughter, joined a lone male anteater at Ramat Gan's safari park from Denmark.
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