Headlines: Meir Ettinger to Be Freed, Illegal Arab Buildings Demolished, 900 Million NIS to Bedouins

In Headlines by Gavriel Dan

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Right-wing Jewish activist, Meir Ettinger, imprisoned for months without charge won’t have his detention extended and will be freed in two weeks.
[Arutz Sheva]

 

Police oversee demolition of two illegal Arab buildings in Jerusalem Walls National Park in City of David.
[Arutz Sheva]

 

France agreed to delay the May 30th launch of its new Israeli-Palestinian peace initiative until some time this summer to allow for the US to attend.
[The Jerusalem Post]

 

Despite promises, Israel continues to return the bodies of terrorists killed during attacks, including terrorists who resided inside of Israel.
[Arutz Sheva]

 

A ministerial committee, headed by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and charged with handling government policy vis-à-vis the country’s Arab population, approved a massive spending plan targeting the Bedouin sector to the tune of 900 million shekels.
[Arutz Sheva]

 

A spokesman for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has denied that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas offered to begin secret, direct talks with Israel aimed at bringing about a two-state solution.
[Times of Israel]

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