The Top 8 Headlines You Might Have Missed / Haaretz Newsline, May 22

From Israel announcing new gun-control rules as a result of the Be'er Sheva bank shooting, to an Israeli blogger getting arrested for urging citizens to rise up against the government over the economy, check out the top 8 headlines you might have missed.

Germany now supports including Hezbollah's militant wing on the European Union's list of terrorist organizations- they are now expected to help the U.K., the Netherlands and other EU members to promote the issue.

New information revealed that at the peak of the attack in the Bank Hapoalim branch in Be’er Sheva that left four people dead on Monday an Israel Police officer on the scene fired into the bathroom stall where the attacker, Itamar Alon, was holding a woman hostage. Israel announced new gun-control rules as a result of the bank shooting, aimed at tightening licensing and preventing workplace guns from getting into homes.

The Supreme Court orders Israel's AG to explain the law allowing the state to confiscate "absentee" property, a ruling which critics say allows the state to appropriate land and buildings belonging to Palestinian residents at the edge of Jerusalem.

A Bedouin mother is among five suspects arrested over her two daughters' murders while their father remains at large. The girls, 3 and 5, were found strangled to death; after their father allegedly threatened to hurt them.

The resignation of Israel's treasury budget chief, Gal Hershkovitz, may portend a wave of exits of top treasury officials. Finance Ministry officials attribute this resignation to freshman minister Yair Lapid.

All 105 federal Liberal MPs and senators in Australia join the London Declaration on Combating Anti-Semitism, pledging to combat global anti-Semitism.

The family-owned Streit's Matzo factory on the Lower East Side has been feeding Americans since the 1920s. A crowdsourcing campaign is underway to complete a movie that tells its story..