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# Israeli

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# Ronald McDonald
Controversial 'McJesus' sculpture causes outrage and protests by Israeli Christians
Hundreds of Christians have called for the for the removal of the sculpture.
# protection
Israeli firm selling bulletproof backpacks in US in wake of Parkland school massacre
Nikolas Cruz allegedly killed 17 people on 14 February in his former high school in Parkland, Florida.
# Har Adar
Palestinian gunman kills three Israeli guards at West Bank settlement
The incident comes nearly two years after a wave of unrest broke out.
# Outrage
Israeli activists taunt Palestinian hunger strikers by having barbecue outside prison
“The idea was to break them, make them hungry,” said a spokesperson for the group.
# Tel Aviv
Two dead and five injured after gunman opens fire in Israel
Police units are searching Tel Aviv for the suspect.
# Israel
Palestinian toddler burned to death in 'settler' arson attack
The attack happened yesterday and also critically wounded the toddler’s parents and brother.
# our horse in the race
An almost-Irish candidate could be set to become the next Prime Minister of Israel
Polls have opened in more than 10,000 stations around the country.
# ten hours
Video shows Jewish journalist spat at and insulted as he walks through Paris
The video was filmed in a similar fashion to the popular “10 hours of walking in NYC as…” videos to show what Jews living in Paris face.
# Palestine
Israel won't let Gerry Adams into Gaza
The Sinn Féin president was denied access by Israeli authorities.
# Two-State Solution
Sweden to recognise a new Palestinian state
It has not been confirmed if parliamentary approval is needed.
TDs and Senators will meet the Israeli and Palestinian ambassadors today
Expect some very pointed questions…
# Allegations
Amnesty accuses Israeli army of "deliberate attacks" on Gaza health workers
The organisation says that it has received “harrowing descriptions” of the “utterly impossible situation”.
# love is love
Penguins living together at Israeli Zoo discovered to be 'lesbians'
Staff had assumed Suki and Chupchikoni were a male and female pair.
# Peace
Explainer: What do the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks mean?
The talks are due to last up until the middle of next year so let’s have a look at the progress so far.
# Gaza
Eamon Gilmore calls for end to Gaza violence
Israel agreed to suspend its offensive in the Gaza Strip while the Egyptian Prime Minister paid a visit to the area but they did not respect the temporary lull and killed a further two people.
# Bulgaria
Iran 'says it is not involved in Bulgarian bombing'
Iran’s state TV is rejecting accusations of Tehran’s involvement in the bombing, which killed seven yesterday.
# Middle East
US criticised over failure to condemn settlement construction in Palestine
Diplomats have condemned the lack of progress toward a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Column: Why peace has eluded the Middle East
Dr David Abrahamson feels the portrayal of the Israeli-Palestinian impasse is imperfect – and that neighbouring Arab countries have fostered the hope of a Palestinian state by refusing to absorb refugees.
# Israel
Israel retaliates with strikes on Gaza, six reported dead
A total of four attacks are reported to have been carried out near the southern Israeli city of Eilat, while a later air strike has killed the chief of a Palestinian faction.
# Ezra Nawi
Michael D Higgins says previous support for Ezra Nawi was a "human rights issue"
Higgins and Senator Mark Daly “did not know” of Norris ex-partner’s rape conviction when they backed David Norris in a 2009 Oireachtas Joint Committee motion for support of Nawi in Israeli defence forces’ attack claim.
# Gaza
Protest ship headed for Gaza but how will Israel react?
A protest ship, carrying no aid, is headed for the Hamas-run territory. Israel has said it will stop any attempt to breach its sea blockade of Gaza.
# Gaza Flotilla
Minister questions need for Gaza flotilla
Alan Shatter said the aid mission was a political protest.
# Animal Antics
Jewish court 'did not condemn dog to death' by stoning
Reports of the ruling by an ultra-orthodox Jewish church have been dismissed by court.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Saturday
In today’s Fix: Irish woman dies in Australian road accident; Adams calls for united Ireland; Ireland’s social network obsession; Norris targets the quilters; and Niland’s Wimbledon dream.
# Animal Antics
Dog condemned to death by stoning
Judges in Israel thought the dog was a reincarnation of a deceased, cursed lawyer.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Sunday
In today’s Fix: The head of the IMF charged with attempted rape; Arrests aboard a Ryanair flight to Dublin; Tragedy strikes Waterford communion celebration; Violence on the Israeli/Syrian border; and Enda on the Queen’s impending visit.
# Israel
Arab wins reprieve against 'deception rape'
18 months to appeal his sentence
# Facebook
Facebook Group entitled 'Jewish Invasion of Midleton' condemned
The Jerusalem Post has said the group could be construed as anti-Semitic.
# Facebook
Is the word 'Palestinian' too offensive for Facebook?
A Palestinian refugee support group finds it can’t use its name in a page title.