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Monday News Briefs from Eretz Yisrael


Price Tag graffiti and punctured car tires in the Arab village of Yasouf near Yishuv Tapuach in Shomron.


A mother and daughter perished in a Tel Aviv fire in their apartment on Arlozorov Street, apparently caused by a night lamp that fell onto a blanket.


Dozens of Arabs are blocking Route 60, the Gush Etzion-Hebron Road in the area of Efrat, protested the continued administrative arrests and incarceration of Arabs by Israel. They are demanding the release of prisoners by Israel.


During the search of a Kafr Kana home in the Galil area, police found a Kalashnikov assault rifle, ammunition and 1 million NIS in cash. The owner was taken into custody.


Ron Nachman, founder and lifetime mayor of Ariel in Shomron was awarded the Israel Prize for Lifetime Achievement posthumously.


Tel Aviv District police arrested a gynecologist who allegedly fabricated patient diagnosis to compel them to have private surgery from which he earned handsome sums. Police have already documented 10 complaints in which surgery may have been performed unnecessarily.


At the opening session of his fraud trial on Sunday, MK Avigdor Lieberman denied charges against him, insisting he was not involved in the appointment of Ze’ev Ben-Aryeh as ambassador to Belarus.


In light of the increase in dairy products, Meretz leader MK Zahava Gal-On is proposing a law that will remove the 17% value added tax from basic food items.

(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)

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