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News Nosh 5.7.20

APN's daily news review from Israel - Thursday May 7, 2020

Number of the day: 28

Percentage of Jewish respondents who think Israel should annex territories in the West Bank, even if annexation will harm relations with Jordan, according to poll found that more Israelis care about peace with Jordan than annexation.*

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News Nosh 5.6.20

APN's daily news review from Israel - Wednesday May 6, 2020


You Must Be Kidding: 

In the Israeli Health Ministry's first ad campaign in Arabic for country's Arab population,  the illustrations looked as if they were directed at the citizens of Saudi Arabia, sparking an emotional uproar among the Arab community. The ads were removed immediately.*

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News Nosh 5.5.20

APN's daily news review from Israel
Tuesday May 05, 2020
 
Quote of the day:
“Nothing less than organized terrorism.”
--The Israeli human rights organization Yesh Din, which provided support for the Palestinian victims of Jewish terror attacks, said that the racist nationalist attacks, which have been casually dubbed “price tag” attacks, are now officially Jewish terror, after being called as such by the judge this week.*

Numbers of the day:**
Israeli public trust in Knesset: 22%
Israeli public trust in High Court of Justice: 46% (40% don't trust)
Israeli public support for petitions to High Court challenging Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's authority to form a government while standing trial for alleged corruption: 50%
Israeli public trust in IDF: 81%
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News Nosh 5.4.20

APN's daily news review from Israel - Monday May 4, 2020

Quote of the day:

“There is no justice (for Palestinians) in the (Israeli) courts. Anyone who tells you otherwise there is a liar. I can be arrested for months for a traffic violation, but they (who murdered my wife) have all been released, even though their trial is not over. Nothing has happened for months.”
--Yacoub Rabi, whose wife Aisha, 49, was murdered by settler youth who threw rocks at her car, speaks in an interview about his life since the murder.*

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News Nosh 5.3.20

APN's daily news review from Israel - Sunday May 3, 2020

 Quote of the day:

"We're at the dawn of a new era.”
--Daoud Siyam, a social activist from the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan, hopes that the positive treatment by Jerusalem's right-wing mayor, Moshe Leon, to help Palestinian Jerusalemites facing the corona crisis will not end with a vaccine.*

You Must Be Kidding: 
Justice Ido Droyan-Gamliel of the Lod district court has ruled to allow a young settler suspected of killing a Palestinian woman after throwing a five pound rock at her car, killing her, to return to his home, despite objections by the Shin Bet security service and state prosecutors. His DNA was found on the rock.**

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News Nosh 4.30.20

APN's daily news review from Israel - Thursday April 30, 2020


You Must Be Kidding: 
"...We have one day in a year to remember our fallen soldiers! And you destroy it with a ‘memorial’ to Palestinian terrorists! EU is an enemy of Israel, and an enemy to all European Christian countries!.."
--Yair, the son of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, wrote on Twitter that European Union support for the peaceful joint Israeli-Palestinian memorial ceremony for Israel’s Memorial Day made the EU Israel's enemy and he expressed his hope that for the end of the EU and that European countries would be 'Christian.'**

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News Nosh 4.28.20

APN's daily news review from Israel - Tuesday April 28, 2020

Quotes of the day:
“I want to convey to Israeli society and the world a message stemming from my deep, bleeding wound: This conflict has taken victims from all of us, and it does not distinguish between combatants and civilians, between men and women, between adults and children. So I say to you: Enough hatred and resentment. Let’s live in peace and love because we [Palestinians], just like you, love life and are doing our best just to get by.”
--Yakoub Rabi, whose wife Aisha was killed in 2018 by a settler teen, said in a speech at the Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day Ceremony Monday night.*

"What is threatening to many members of the Israeli public about the (joint) Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day Ceremony, even in its virtual format this year, is not only the cooperation with the 'enemy.' While on an overt level the ceremony arouses harsh opposition because of the standing shoulder to shoulder alongside bereaved Palestinian parents and siblings: In the public subconscious the ceremony is frightening because it challenges the necessity of death. By its very nature, the ceremony undermines the official effort to provide a series of justifications for death, in order to alleviate the pain somewhat, so that death will be acceptable. And of course that helps to prepare the ground for a continuation of the occupation and the fighting."
--Yaki Sagi, a clinical psychologist, writes in Haaretz.**

"Where is the Shin Bet when you need it, where are the police and the security forces? Who will protect us from the tens of thousands of ticking bombs that will be found at the foot of our children's rooms and bedrooms? For 20 years we were scared to death of them, 20 years we were warned about them, since the Second Intifada we have not allowed them to stay here (overnight) and suddenly the danger was gone and with it, the ban on staying overnight in Israel."
--Gideon Levy writes about how corona changed Israelis' perception of Palestinians - even if for a short time.***

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News Nosh 4.27.20

APN's daily news review from Israel - Tuesday April 27, 2020

Quote of the day:

"There will come a day when both Israeli-Arabs and ultra-Orthodox Jews will feel that they can play a full part in this connection. Whether they want it or not, Israel is a part of them."
--Top Yedioth political commentator, Nahum Barnea, writes about Memorial Day and Independence Day, which together express the partnership of the fate that invites us to live here, "for good and for bad."*

You Must Be Kidding: 
“Arieh is a robust man of action and I have no doubt he will continue to contribute much to all residents of Jerusalem in his role as deputy mayor
—Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Leon said regarding his plan to get city council’s approval to appoint right-wing settler activist Arieh King as his deputy. King is best known for settling Jews in East Jerusalem and evicting Palestinian families from the city's Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.**

Breaking News:
Report: 7 killed in Israeli attack in Syria that targeted Iran, Hezbollah

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News Nosh 4.26.20

APN's Daily News Review from Israel - Sunday April 26, 2020


Quotes of the Day:


“But someone should have told us about Gideon’s victims and about Daoud who fought the Palmachnik Dudu. Someone should have told us about their just cause, alongside our own, about the bitter fate we had in store for them and imposed on them.”
—Haaretz commentator Gideon Levy examines Israeli society’s understanding of the Nakba by looking at the fate of the village which was destroyed in part by the soldier after whom he was named.**

“(Coronavirus) will not prevent us from fulfilling the significant human need to come together, Israelis and Palestinians, to remember and remind others of our loved ones, and to say once more that a just peace is the key to a better future for us all – an even stronger message today in a time when people in Israel, Palestine and all over the world are standing together against a joint threat.”
—Yonatan Gher, Israeli co-executive director of Combatants for Peace said about the annual Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day ceremony being held Monday live online.**

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News Nosh 4.23.20

APN's daily news review from Israel
Thursday April 23, 2020

Number of the day: 75

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