"No person with eyes on his face and compassion in his heart would have made the decision that the two made."--Judge Haim Liran on the dumping by two Israeli policmen of an injured Palestinian man on the side of the road, where he died.
- High Court upholds legality of 'Big Brother' legislation - Law allows police to obtain communications data about any Israeli citizen from the country's Internet and mobile and landline telephone providers. (Haaretz)
- Israel's AG closes probe into authors of allegedly racist book - Investigation of two West Bank rabbis who wrote a religious text, Torat Hamelech fails to produce necessary evidence on which to base an indictment for incitement to racism and violence, AG says. (Haaretz)
- Migrant aid groups to shun Knesset session - 'These sessions are nothing but a platform to spew inciting statements against asylum seekers, activists,' they write in letter to Knesset speaker. (Ynet)
- Managers of Kafka literary estate: Israel taking 'dark' steps to seize - Attorneys' comments counter state's claim that papers belong in National Library. (Haaretz)
- Israeli climber to receive Presidential Medal of Honor - Nadav Ben-Yehuda, who rescued Turkish climber on Mt. Everest, says he's still trying to convince president's residence to reconsider idea. (Ynet)
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