The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 6
From Economy Minister Bennett claiming that flawed U.S. decisions have endangered the security of Israel, to the Red Cross deciding to stop providing emergency tents to Palestinians in the Jordan Valley, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Flawed U.S. decisions have endangered the security of Israel, Economy Minister Naftali Bennett said, telling Israel Radio that only Israel can defend itself against terror and other threats.
The Red Cross has stopped providing emergency tents to Palestinians living in the Jordan Valley whose homes have been demolished by Israel, after learning that the IDF methodically keeps tents from arriving at their destination.
Arab Knesset members blast coalition chairman MK Yariv Levin's bill, which they claim seeks to divide the Christian and Muslim communities and discriminate against the Muslims.
An army psychiatrist is under investigation for telling a suicidal soldier that it was okay that he wanted to die because military service is about killing and being killed.
Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein has ordered legal authorities to freeze the criminal proceedings against Daphni Leef, with Leef's attorney saying that the social protest leader won't accept anything short of canceling the indictment.
The State Comptroller blasted the state for neglecting restitution of Jewish property left behind when Jews emigrated from Arab states after 1948. The report puts the combined value of the lost assets at "a few billion dollars."
Gital Dodelson, the famous "chained" woman featured on the front page of the New York Post, said she had finally received a get, or religious writ of divorce, from her husband.
Coca-Cola moves to burst SodaStream's bubble, buying a $1.25 billion stake in Green Mountain, which is launching home soda machines.
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