Washington chapter disbands as anger at leaders over Farrakhan and 'anti-LGBTQism' grows
- European UN Security Council members urge Trump peace plan befitting of international law (Haaretz)
- U.S. judge agrees to delay sentencing for Trump adviser Flynn, status report due March 13 (Reuters)
- Russia, Iran and Turkey say new Syria constitution body to meet early next year (AP)
- Media freedom group RSF records increase in journalists killed and imprisoned worldwide (AP)
- Israeli army probes claim that July warning missiles killed two Gazan teens (DPA)
Lawyer of Texas Speech Pathologist Fired for Refusing to Pledge Not to Boycott Israel Claims Free Speech Infringed
Bahia Amawi’s lawyer tells Haaretz anti-boycott ban in Lone Star State could affect ‘anyone, a fireman, a policeman, a teacher. The law is prohibiting political speech – and that’s a problem’
'Arguably you sold your country out,' federal judge said of Flynn lying to the FBI
The potential for further unrest remains high, including in countries that escaped civil war after the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings, such as Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt.
Walker calls David Icke's 'And the Truth Shall Set You Free,' deemed too anti-Semitic to release by Icke's own publisher, 'a curious person's dream come true'
Since submitting its first entry – and winning its first nomination — for 'Sallah' in 1964, Israel has made the short list of top nominees 10 times, without ever bringing the Oscar home