The top 8 headlines you might have missed / Haaretz Newsline, September 23
From three Israeli accused of aiding Hamas in kidnapping African migrants, to Israel's deputy Supreme Court president denouncing the government for legitimizing illegal West Bank outposts, Haaretz brings you today's top headlines you might have missed.
Three Israeli men have been accused of aiding Hamas in kidnapping African migrants, by serving as money couriers to transfer what is estimated at tens of thousands of dollars in funds to Hamas organizations in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.
According to a Sunday Times report, Iran's Revolutionary Guard discovered a spying device disguised as a rock at the underground nuclear enrichment plant called Fordow, while on patrol last month to check terminals connecting data and telephone links.
Analyzing France's far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen's proposal to ban wearing of skullcaps in public, Anshel Pfeffer argues that Jews are collateral damage in a far-right campaign against Islam.
Israel's Deputy Supreme Court President Miriam Naor lambasted the government over its method of legitimizing illegal West Bank outposts slated for demolition, taking particular issue with the state practice that allows settlers to purchase just small portions of the land in the areas intended for legitimization.
The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards goes live on Sunday, with an impressive list of Jewish nominees, including Mayim Bialik, Larry David and Lena Dunham, who is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as Hannah Horvath on the HBO series "Girls."
A woman from East Jerusalem attempted to stab an Israeli police officer, in what police believe was a response to the anti-Islam film that has angered the Muslim world in recent weeks.
Following Egypt's repeated calls for changes in troop limits in Sinai, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Israel will not agree to reevaluate its 1979 peace agreement with Egypt amid growing insecurity along the states' shared border.
Khaled Diab writes that the so-called 'culture clash' between Islam and the West is being deliberately ramped up by Pax Americana’s cheerleaders who prefer this familiar narrative to the more complex reality of a clash of interests between Western and Muslim state.