News Nosh: June 22, 2018

APN's daily news review from Israel
Friday June 22, 2018
 
Quote of the Day #1:
“What was once whispered about behind closed doors, people are no longer ashamed to say out in the open.”
--Raghad Jaraisy, director of Arab minority rights at the Association for Civil Rights in Israel, said incidents of racism against Arab citizens of Israel have changed in Israeli society - now even politicians aren’t ashamed to make racist statements against Arabs.

Quote of the Day #2:
"Dozens of families in Israel still do not know that their children will be buried during the summer...In the course of the upcoming war in the south our sons and daughters will die for nothing, but from the point of view of the right-wing government, Hamas is a gift that does not stop giving. On one side is desperation, on the other side is folly."
--Maariv senior political commentator, Ben Caspit, writes about the war he fears Israel will have against Gaza.

Front Page:
Haaretz
Yedioth Ahronoth
  • State of Israel vs. Sara Netanyahu - indictment
  • Who is protecting you // Nahum Barnea on the Netanyahu family and all their confidants, who are now suspected of corruption
  • Who, I’ll pay? // Sima Kadmon writes the only reason for the indictment is Sara’s stinginess
  • The requirements for a compromise // Tovah Tzimuki writes the case will end with a compromise if Sara admits to guilt in most of the charges
  • Special to Yedioth: A week in Gaza - The desperate people - Youth in the streets of Gaza tell of their lack of hope - “Before, the goal was freedom, now it’s survival,” on the anger - “The Arab world doesn’t care about us,” and on the protest - “The kites are a message - we can’t win, but Israel can’t either”
  • Messi on the way home - Jerusalem Syndrome: Argentina lost 3:0 to Croatia. Is this what happens to those who cancel their visit to the Wailing Wall?
  • Green army - This is how marijuana conquered the IDF
  • Dr. Gonen and Mr. Segev - New revelations on the troubles with spying for Iran of the former minister
  • Erdogan and I - The Israeli singer who has Turkey excited
Maariv Weekend (Hebrew links only)
  • State of Israel vs. Sara Netanyahu - indictment
  • In Israel, they fear that the US will establish a consulate in E. Jerusalem
  • Not just recognition of the capital of Israel: According to assessments, Trump’s peace plan will include representation for the Palestinians over the Green Line
  • Cry for him, Argentina (Photo of Messi)
  • Murder attempt in Yavneh - Pregnant woman and a man injured from shooting
  • Emergency meeting in the Ministry of Finance - to find ways to stop the increasing costs in the economy
  • On Gaza: The Gaza catch // Ben Caspit; Without a policy // Avi Benayahu; Everything is burning // Alon Ben-David; The good war // Tal Lev-Ram; Open skies // Yossi Melman
  • Gaza case opens: This is how we missed the opportunity to be rid of Gaza Strip
  • The next job: MK Herzog will be appointed Chairman of the Jewish Agency
  • Mystery: Who wrote the song that prophesied the Gonen Segev affair
Israel Hayom
  • Prime Minister’s Residences case: Indictment against Sara Netanyahu and Ezra Seidoff
  • “Take 8000 shekels and say that the IDF killed the baby”
  • Mundial 2018 - The humiliation (Photo of Messi)
  • The shotoer broke into the yard - 27-year-old and pregnant 24-year-old in serious condition
  • New life - After his brother was murdered in the massacre in Migdal and he was injured, Natan Atia now has a sister
  • Not shutting up - As a religious girl, Yael Nagler was sexually attacked and was silent. Today she helps people in her situation
  • The spies’ sin: Senior member of the Intel community talk about Gonen Segev - and the likeliness that he is not alone

 
News Summary:
Sara Netanyahu was charged with fraud, Israel suspects another war this summer with the Gaza Strip (and Yedioth shares the feelings of young Gazans in a magazine cover article) and former Labor party chief, Isaac Herzog, will be the new chairman of the Jewish Agency making top stories in today’s Hebrew newspapers. Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu meets today with the Trump Administration envoys to the Middle East.


 
Prepared for APN by Orly Halpern, independent freelance journalist based in Jerusalem.
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