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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
 
In new scandal, Netanyahu aide suspected of offering AG post to judge to let PM’s wife off hook
By Michael Bachner and TOI staff
Nir Hefetz, reportedly in talks to turn state witness in Bezeq probe, denies he offered the top legal position to Hila Gerstel in exchange for closing case against Sara Netanyahu
 
Analysis / Two words could protect PM from police indictment recommendation in Bezeq probe
By Raoul Wootliff
 
Police: Suspects in Bezeq probe ‘blatantly’ tried to obstruct it
By Raoul Wootliff and TOI staff
 
Linked to Netanyahu probe, Lapid forced to explain his friendship with Milchan
By Marissa Newman
 
Dragged before Knesset panel, top cop accuses suspects of leaks in PM probes
By Raoul Wootliff
Roni Alsheich defends his claim that 'powerful figures' collected information about officers investigating Netanyahu, says attack on police damages public trust
 
Top cop rips into ‘criminals’ who ‘damage public trust in police’
By Raoul Wootliff
 
Top officials, executives revealed as arrested suspects in Bezeq graft probe
By TOI staff
 
Likud MK compares Netanyahu investigations to Rabin assassination
By Michael Bachner
 
Nearly 200 civilians dead in Syria rebel enclave as tragedy unfolds
By Abdulmonam Eassa
UN warns situation in Eastern Ghouta 'spiraling out of control,' as 57 children are killed in bloodiest bombardments in four years
 
Iran threatens to ‘level Tel Aviv,’ kill Netanyahu if Israel attacks
By Michael Bachner
Senior Iranian official dismisses PM's 'unwise' speech, in which he brandished an Iranian drone and threatened military action
 
Lebanese army chief vows to confront ‘Israeli aggression,’ no matter the cost
By TOI staff and Agencies
 
Russia knocks Iran over vow to destroy Israel
By Alexander Fulbright
 
Misjudgment, not negligence, behind downing of F-16 – report
By Sue Surkes
 
When our woman in Havana asked Fidel Castro to the synagogue Hanukkah party
By David Horovitz
 
Live updates
Abbas to address Security Council session on Israel-Palestinian conflict
By Alexander Fulbright
Ahead of speech, top Palestinian diplomat says PA chief will unveil new peace plan and slam US over Jerusalem recognition
 
Top Ops
 
Judy Freedman
I teach my Israeli grandkids English on Skype
The 10 rules of my program, TINGLE: The Israeli Next Generation Learns English, and why it's worth doing
 
Binyomin Yudin
Heroes at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High
We become the best version of ourselves when we push past the instinct for self-preservation and act to save others
 
Howard Feldman
Why do American children want each other dead?
The debate over gun control misses the more important question of what motivates deadly violence
 
Calev Michael Myers
A Nobel Prize for BDS? Why not an Oscar for ISIS?
The boycott movement is anti-Peace, anti-Semitic, and, yes, anti-Palestinian: just ask Rashid
 
Iran has 10 military bases in Syria, two near Israel border — analyst
By Michael Bachner
Up to 20,000 fighters trained by Tehran are in country, now focused on Israel, after neutralizing IS threat, NY Times reports
 
UN chief warns Israel-Hezbollah war would be ‘worst nightmare’
By TOI staff
 
Defense minister warns Gazans not to riot along security fence
By Judah Ari Gross
Liberman says Hamas is exploiting desperate Palestinians for terrorist purposes; also calls for diplomatic solution to dispute with Lebanon
 
Protesters throw shoes, rip flags during visit to Gaza by Qatar envoy
By Khaled Abu Toameh
 
High Court delays returning terrorists’ bodies until new hearing
By TOI staff
 
After IED attack, Israel warns Gazans of more severe response to protests
By Judah Ari Gross
 
Drawing fire
Snubbed by EU, Israeli cartoons slamming Iran to be displayed in Brussels
By Michael Bachner
European Parliament vetoes exhibition focusing on human rights violations in Islamic Republic as 'too controversial'
 
Head start
Israeli researchers grow ‘mini-brain’ in a test tube
By Sue Surkes
Weizmann Institute's study of brain wrinkling opens way for future research into disorders such as microcephaly, epilepsy and schizophrenia
 
Casting doubt over peace prospects, US envoy says settlers staying put — report
By Michael Bachner and Tamar Pileggi
In closed meeting with visiting US Jewish leaders, David Friedman says eviction of settlements would spark civil war; hosts and US embassy say words taken out of context
 
Abbas to urge alternative to US as peace mediator in UN speech
By AFP and TOI staff
 
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By Michael Bachner
Jose Padilha casts Yoni Netanyahu in less-than-heroic light, tells story from terrorists' perspective in movie likely to spark controversy
 
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By JTA
 
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By Elissa Einhorn
 
Security forces raze outpost built in memory of terror victims
By Jacob Magid
 
Netanyahu asks visiting NFL players to be ‘gladiators’ for Israel
By Judah Ari Gross and Jacob Magid
 
Polish FM: Jews denounced Poles who hid them during Holocaust
By Sue Surkes
 
Miss Camaraderie / Rapper Azealia Banks bringing tunes and ‘tude to Tel Aviv in May
By Jessica Steinberg
 
Deadline passes, but Israel takes no action to deport African asylum seekers
By Melanie Lidman
 
F-16 navigator downed in Syria strike returns to the skies
By Judah Ari Gross
 
Knesset okays law allowing for exhuming graves of Yemenite children
By Marissa Newman
 
Bill will empower police to seize mosque loudspeakers – report
By Sue Surkes
 
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