Yom Kippur Means Having to Say You're Sorry: Most Newsworthy Apologies of the Jewish Year

In time for the Days of Awe, Haaretz highlights some of the most notable apologies of the past year.

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There was the Israeli prime minister who, in a desperate moment, tried to incite racism against Arab voters. There was the Harvard law student who made public reference to a prominent Israeli politician’s body...