The Top 8 Headlines You Might Have Missed / Haaretz Newsline, December 8

From Peres stating Iran is not an enemy, to a robo-frog mimicking courtship rituals; Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.

Israeli President Shimon Peres said Israel does not view Iran as an "enemy," and that he is willing to meet with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rohani. 

Inspectors from the UN nuclear watchdog began a rare visit to an Iranian heavy water production plant, where plans for commissioning a plutonium reactor have been suspended.

Despite international sanctions on Tehran, German firms have sold billions of euros worth of goods to Iran in 2012. One company has sold equipment used in nuclear plants. 

Yesh Atid party leader and Finance Minister, Yair Lapid, states that the deadlock in talks between Israel and Palestine imperils the government's stability, and vows to do everything in his power to prevent the negotiations' failure. 

Cabinet nixed two gay-rights bills to outlaw discrimination based on sexual orientation and to enshrine mortgage equality in law.

Israel has refused to allow Gaza to use a new container scanner donated by the Netherlands.

The Defense Ministry is seeking a budget increase of 3 billion shekels ($853 million) to purchase four missile boats from Germany for the protection of offshore natural gas fields. 

Robo-Frog Romeo, a brainchild of American biologists Ryan Taylor and Michael Ryan, solved the riddles of the tungara toad's courtship rituals, showing once again: it's not the meat, it's the motion.