Monday Morning News Briefs from Eretz Yisrael


An Israeli who mistakenly entered PA-occupied Tulkarem was escorted out unharmed on Sunday afternoon.

**33,000 Toyotas have been recalled by Toyota Israel as part of the international company recall.

**100 dayanim from around the country are taking part in a four-day conference in the Kinar Hotel in Tiveria. The kenos began on Sunday.

**20 people were injured Sunday afternoon when a truck and private vehicle collided on Rt. 40 near Kibbutz Chafetz Chaim. The injured were listed in light and moderate condition.

**A NIS 900 million class action suit was filed on Sunday against the Clalit, Leumit and Maccabi Kupot Cholim HMOs alleging 30% of physicians presented as ‘specialists’ in various fields are not board certified specialists in those fields.

**Officials in the office of Deputy Foreign Minister Ayalon announced Ayalon did not apologize to the Saudi prince as reported, and anyone attending the conference or viewing the film footage can clearly see that was the case.

**4 Thai workers lost their appeal in court to stop their deportation for illegally hunting partridges for food.

**Firefighters on Sunday afternoon broke into a Tel Aviv nursery school on King George St. to extricate a 3-y/o forgotten and locked in at the end of classes.

**34th yahrzeit of Rabbi Isser Yehuda Unterman z”l, a former chief rabbi of Israel and chief rabbi of Tel Aviv.

**IDF soldiers taking part in counter-terrorism operations throughout Yehuda and Shomron apprehended ten suspects on Sunday night.

(Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)