The Top 8 Headlines You May Have Missed / Haaretz Newsline, June 11

From anti-Semitic graffiti at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Center to Woody Allen headlining the Jerusalem Film Festival, Haaretz sums up the headlines from Israel, the Middle East, and the Jewish World.

The Defense Ministry began setting up caravans on Monday morning for Israeli settlers slated to be evacuated from the Ulpana Hill outpost in the West Bank settlement of Beit El, after Deputy Attorney General Mike Balas waived the need for building permits, citing the "urgent and immediate military need" to put up the temporary housing as quickly as possible.

Vandals spray-painted anti-Semitic slogans at the entrance to Israel's Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Center in Jerusalem on Monday, among the slogans found were: "Hitler, thank you for the Holocaust", "If Hitler did not exist, the Zionists would have invented him", and "Zionists! You declared war on Hitler in the name of the Jewish people, you brought upon the Holocaust."

El Al Israel Airlines has begun the process of renewing its fleet of aircraft over the next two decades by signing a $2.5 billion deal to either purchase or lease future aircraft from Boeng.

Iran has denied claims by the International Atomic Energy Agency that it demolished buildings at a military base that the agency suspects was involved in nuclear testing. The UN nuclear watchdog showed satellite images last month to board member nations that indicated a cleanup at the site of the Parchin military base located southeast of Tehran.

Israel's immigration police arrested dozens of African migrants, mostly South Sudanese nationals, in Eilat and central Israel on Monday.

Tel Aviv Municipality officials announced Sunday night that starting Thursday there will be no lifeguards at half of Tel Aviv's bathing beaches, because the lifeguards are refusing to work overtime.

The draft of an economic agreement between Israel and the Vatican contains no distinction between sovereign Israel and the territories occupied in 1967. The lack of a preamble containing such a distinction is at the center of heightened tension between Palestinian Christian denomination , the PLO, and the Vatican.

Woody Allen's romantic comedy, "To Rome With Love," is scheduled to open the 29th Jerusalem Film Festival, which begins on July 5.