Mohammed Nabulsi's paper trail has been catching up with him, which is making it difficult for Jewish settlers and their state patrons to take over East Jerusalem homes.
--In a great piece of reportage, Haaretz's Jerusalem affairs correspondent Nir Hasson reveals how one Palestinian man ruined the lives of so many.
- Hamas says it will not go to war for Iran (Ynet)
- Turkey objects to Israel's attendance at NATO summit—Two major Jewish organizations, the Anti-Defamation League and American Jewish Committee, send letters to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressing their concern and asking to find a way to circumvent the Turkish veto (Haaretz)
- Following Obama, ministers and MKs consider single-sex marriages (Haaretz)
- Egypt debate: Israel enemy or adversary?—Egyptian presidential hopefuls Amr Moussa, Abdel Moneim Abol Fotouh trade barbs, but agree: Israel treaty must be reviewed. (Ynet)
- High Court confronts religious panel over ban on female attorneys—Muslim woman petitions High Court of Justice after Sharia courts refuse her request for female arbitrator. (Haaretz)
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