"That's not (the Mossad's) style."
--Muhammed Hifawi, member of the Palestinian Coordination Committees in Syria on the manner Hamas agent Kamal Anaja was murdered.*
- It was too brutal an assassination to be Mossad" - Muhammed Hifawi, member of the Palestinian Coordination Committees in Syria told AFP that the assassins interrogated Hamas agent Kamal Anaja using torture, cut off his head and set his apartment on fire. "That's not (the Mossad's) style," he said.(Yedioth, p. 2)
- Report: Police intelligence told to target Israeli Arabs joining social protests - Unlike the directives about Jewish demonstrators, which focus on rioters and anarchists, a directive issued to intelligence officers does not specify which type of Arab demonstrators police should watch out for. (Haaretz)
- Israel using 'unconscionable practices' on Palestinian minors - UK media reports British government raising concerns over treatment of Palestinian children in Israeli detention; Foreign Office-backed delegation: Youngsters dragged from beds, blindfolded, bound. (Ynet)
- PA and Israel negotiate over Palestinian water shortage - Head of Palestinian Water Authority says Israel wants to increase price of the water it supplies to the PA from NIS 2.60 for one cubic liter to NIS 3.70. (Israel Hayom)
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