The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 26
From right wing MKs accusing Kerry of coercing Israel into bad deal to the opening of Jerusalem's controversial new cinema complex, Haaretz brings you the top 8 stories you might have missed.
Hezbollah threatened to attack Israel in retaliation for an alleged Israeli air strike that hit one of its bases near the Lebanon-Syria border, with Time Magazine reporting that the destroyed weapons were more dangerous than almost all missiles
Accusing Kerry of coercing Israel into a terrible deal, far right Israeli lawmakers assailed ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro at a tense meeting.
Jordan lawmakers voted to expel Israel's ambassador over the Temple Mount debate.
Israeli sexual assault hotlines received about 40,000 calls in 2012, Association of Rape Crisis Centers has reported, with minors constituting over 60% of the victims.
Hasidic Brooklynite men are paying big bucks for hairier faces, with plastic surgeons in New York saying they're seeing an increase in the number of men paying up to $7,000 facial hair transplants.
Republican leader Eric Cantor recalled his trip to Auschwitz when railing against the 'hollow rhetoric' of Obama's foreign policy.
Yesh Atid on Tuesday accused Netanyahu and Ayelet Shaked of a joint attempt to void the draft reform bill of meaning, only three weeks before it is brought before the Knesset for a vote.
And four workers at Tnuva's Beit She'an slaughterhouse face charges following animal abuse charges; But executives, senior managers, veterinarians were all let off the hook.