"Behind every red line there is a marker pen that will make a new red line under it."--Maariv's senior political commentator Ben Caspit on Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's speech at the UN.
- 30-year-old Canadian-Israeli woman jailed by IDF for 'draft evasion' - Yana Gorelik, who left Israel at age 17 and was recently arrested while visiting to attend a wedding, reaches plea agreement with IDF prosecutor. (Haaretz+)
- New settlement erected in Har Homa - Right-wing youth recently erected a tent on the hill next to the back entrance of the neighborhood in order to put a foothold on the land. On the walls is spray-painted: "The Negev - for the Jews," "Jewish Pisgat Zeev" and "Temple Mount." (Yedioth Jerusalem supplement, p. 42)
- Hagai Amir to Meretz leader Zahava Gal-On: I'm sorry if you were offended - One day earlier a discussion raged on the Facebook page of the Hagai, the recently-released-from-jail brother of Rabin's murderer, asking whether he would assist in Rabin's murder again he answered, "We would have done it two years earlier. He also said affirmed he was proud of what the murder 'contributed.' When asked whether he thought Gal-On should be murdered, he said 'no.' (NRG Hebrew)
- Competing memorial demos vie for right to be 'real' Rabin rally - The 'alternative' rally wants political messaging that goes beyond the late PM, while the 'traditional' rally insists they are political enough. (Haaretz+)
- Syria tells rebels on mobile phones: 'Game over' - Following the slaying of 305 Syrians, Assad's government mass-texted rebels on cell phones, warning them that the 'Game was over,' urging them to surrender their weapons. (Agencies, Ynet)
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