"After Assad goes, we'll talk on Facebook."
--Captain Shirin Sheli tells what one of the wounded Syrians she treated said to her upon being released from the secret IDF medical facility.
- Israel pledges to raze settler structures built on Palestinian land with forged deeds - The buildings, to be torn down by March, are part of a stone enclosure on the slopes of the Givat Ze'ev settlements, on the lands of the village of Jib. (Haaretz+)
- Israel, U.S. carry out joint missile test in the Mediterranean - Russia had detected the launch of two ballistic 'objects' toward the sea, Russian media reported earlier; U.S. Navy earlier denied having any involvement in the launch. (Haaretz)
- Italy donates 60 million euros to Palestinian Authority - The Italian government announced Wednesday that it will donate 60 million euros to the Palestinian Authority over a three-year period. (Maan)
- Joyriding Palestinian car thieves alarm Ben-Gurion Airport - Stolen truck broke through perimeter barrier and only stopped when its tires were shot out by a guard. Police suspect Palestinians lost their way. (Haaretz+ and Ynet)
- Officer who hit Danish protester to leave IDF - Lt. Col. Shalom Eisner, the deputy commander of the Jordan Valley Brigade who was caught on tape hitting a left-wing Danish protester with his rifle in April 2012, strikes a plea bargain involving two months of community service and his resignation. (Israel Hayom)
- Police to resume using tasers gradually, under tighter restrictions - Order caps two-week suspension of officers’ use of controversial stun guns, which came after cops used them repeatedly on man who did not resist arrest. (Haaretz+ and Ynet)
- WATCH: Israel Hayom editors review the Top 5 political flops of 5773 - The Israel Hayom English editors' panel discusses the top political blunders of the last Jewish year, including the muddy Chief Rabbinate race, Finance Minister Yair Lapid's repeated flubs, the Israeli Embassy in Ireland playing foul twice, and more. (Israel Hayom)
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