"I have no anger or resentment towards Superland, it is a symbol of what is happening in the country."--Jalal Toche, Arab school principal from Jaffa, who revealed the segregation of Jewish and Arab youth at Superland amusement park.
- Arab taxi driver attacked by Jewish teens - Jerusalem resident picked up two teens who allegedly threatened him with a knife to his neck; police looking into nationalistic motives; 'they were really close to slitting my throat,' victim says. (Ynet)
- Palestinian source: "Even over the last few days they tried to convince Salaam Fayyad not to resign" - In Washington and the EU, they saw the resigning Palestinian prime minister as an important source ahead of the renewal of negotiations with Israel. (Maariv, p. 8/NRG Hebrew)
- Baghdad warns Israel against penetrating its airspace - Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Hussain al-Shahristani warned Israel not to penetrate Iraqi airspace to attack Iran. He added that if Israel does, there would be consequences. (Ynet)
- Israel's defense minister: Hezbollah moving elite fighters into Syria - Moshe Ya'alon says Israel will not intervene in Syria as long as its security interests do not come under threat, and that he estimates the Russian S-300 systems will not be delivered to Assad's forces before 2014. He said Assad controls only 40% of Syrian territory. (Haaretz and Ynet)
- Yesh Atid seeks to safeguard no-confidence motions - Lapid's party counters Yisrael Beiteinu's governance bill with own proposal, but supports raising electoral threshold to 4%. (Ynet)
- Israel allows Gaza residents to visit jailed relatives - Ninety-eight adults and 19 children visited 48 prisoners, their relatives detained in Israel's Nafha prison on Monday. It was the largest group from Gaza allowed to visit prisoners since Israel resumed family visits in July 2012 after a five-year ban. (Maan)
- Obama signs executive order imposing harsher sanctions against Iran - New U.S. sanctions levied on foreign financial institutions that conduct or facilitate significant transactions in the Iranian rial currency and against people who do business with Iran's auto sector. (Agencies, Haaretz)
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