"Would you have sex with an Arab?" --Question put to Israeli barhoppers and turned into a film.
- International panel denounces decision to close Ben-Gurion politics department - Committee members, who urged changes at BGU, wonder why Israel's Council for Higher Education decided to take extreme measures and close the department, while it ignored similar criticism of Bar-Ilan University. (Haaretz+ and Israel Hayom)
- Jerusalem: Haredim hurl stones at activists, journalists - Four Be Free Israel activists arrive in Mea Shearim to document women's exclusion. Yedioth Ahronoth photographer lightly injured by stones. (Ynet)
- French, Swiss investigators to visit West Bank for Arafat death probe - The French team is conducting a criminal investigation into the death at the request of Arafat's widow; the PA invited the Swiss team to examine Arafat's remains. (Haaretz)
- Reform, Conservative leaders aim to counterbalance ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel's Knesset - Leaders of Reform and Conservative movements in Israel to compete for places on existing parties' slates ahead of next Knesset election. (Haaretz+)
- Barca invites 3 Palestinians after boycott - Following uproar over complementary ticket to former Israeli captive Gilad Shalit, Catalan football club invites footballer who was jailed in Israel, president of Palestinian Football Union and PA ambassador to October 7 match against Real Madrid. (Agencies, Ynet)
- United against Israel - "It's our duty to protect the region against the terror policy of the government of Israel," said Turkish Prime Minister Tayyep Erdogan at his party's conference Sunday. In the audience were guests of honor Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and Hamas Politburo Chief Khaled Mashaal. (Yedioth, p. 4)
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