The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 25
From Israeli jets attacking Hezbollah targets to the passing of a controversial bill slammed for dividing Israel's Arab population, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.
Israeli warplanes attacked Hezbollah targets, according to the Lebanese national news agency, with Israeli officials refusing to comment on the reports.
More than a dozen people were injured in clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police at Jerusalem's Temple Mount, with lawmakers preparing to debate Israeli sovereignty over the holy site.
The Knesset passed a controversial bill distinguishing between Muslim and Christian Arab citizens, with critics slamming the law as an effort to "divide and conquer" the Israeli Arab population.
Five people were hurt after a fragmentation grenade was hurled at a currency exchange in Petah Tikva.
Police suspect a key witness in the 2009 shooting at a Tel Aviv gay youth center lied during his testimony, a law enforcement official said.
Firebombs were thrown at a synagogue and community center in Zaporozhye, according to a blog of the Chabad movement, in the first violence against Ukraine's Jewish community.
In Germany, more than 60 percent of anti-Semitic hate mail comes from educated Germans, with only 3 percent coming from ultranationalists, a new study shows.
And sales at Israel's big malls were down by 17% in the first half of February due to the unusually warm winter weather.
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