The Top 8 Headlines You Might Have Missed / Haaretz Newsline, February 3

From Abbas calling for an American-led NATO presence in a future Palestinian state, to Israeli spearheading an initiative to help get the world's poorest online, Haaretz brings you the top 8 headlines you might have missed.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas proposed an American-led NATO presence in a future Palestinian state, saying that an Israeli military presence and settlements in the West Bank could be gradually removed for up to 5 years - a departure from the three years he had previously proposed - after a peace agreement is signed. 

Israel has offered Turkey $20 million in compensation for the families of the nine Turkish nationals killed and to those wounded during the Gaza flotilla raid, in hopes of Turkish laws voiding legal action against Israeli soldiers and normalizing ties between the two countries. 

Teacher Adam Verete, who has been at the center of an affair involving his potential firing over controversial leftist views, had harsh words for Education minister Shay Piron, likening Piron's approach of avoiding "cultural land mines" to that in George Orwell's novel "1984." 

The IDF and the Haredim community have been holding secret talks over contentious legislation that calls for the induction of Haredi men, according to leaked information that has been dubbed "Haredi WikiLeaks" and is apparently being used to undermine Lithuanian leader Rabbi Shteinman.  

Two Palestinian teens say they were shot, beaten and attacked by police dogs for nothing, disputing Border Police claims that they were about to throw a bomb. 

Two men were killed after an explosion occurred in the car they were driving in Petah Tikva, with police suspecting the incident was either a criminal score-settling or a related "work incident."  

One in five native-born Israelis said that new immigrants have a "negative" effect on local culture, a new poll shows, with the success of absorption depending on where the immigrants came from. 

Ran Makavy, CEO of the first Israeli startup acquired by Facebook, is now spearheading an initiative to help get the world's poorest online