"Hagit, you're dead."
-- Hate slogans spray-painted at the home of Peace Now Settlement Watch Director Hagit Ofran.
- Peace Now activist's home vandalized for the third time in a year - Death threats spray-painted on stairwell in Hagit Ofran's building; police have yet to arrest perpetrators of two previous incidents. (Haaretz) (Ynet)
- Palestinian journalists balk at strip search - Arab newspaper reporters trying to cover Clinton news conference say Israeli, foreign journalists not asked to drop pants. (Ynet)
- Palestinians to revive bid for UN recognition - A top Palestinian official says Palestinians will ask the U.N. General Assembly to recognize Palestine as observer state. Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat says timing of the request to be decided next week by the Arab League. (Israel Hayom)
- Anat Kam appeals prison sentence - Former reporter serving 4.5 jail sentence for stealing secret IDF documents to petition Supreme Court to mitigate her punishment; says she should be treated as journalist Uri Blau has. (Ynet)
- Culture Ministry to award NIS 25,000 to (far-right-wing organization) Im Tirtzu for short film - Watch the video that won the Culture Ministry's 'Zion U' short video competition. (Haaretz)
- Palestinian falls to his death after allegedly selling land to Israelis - Palestinian man in PA custody dies on Sunday after mysterious fall. Family members believe 49-year-old Osama Mansour may have been pushed • Palestinians who sell land to Israelis face the death penalty. (Israel Hayom)
- Jewish judge named head of U.K. Supreme Court - Lord Neuberger's appointment as the U.K.'s most senior judge was confirmed on Thursday, according to a Jewish Chronicle report. (Haaretz)
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