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Israeli Art Student’s Poster Of Netanyahu With Noose Prompts Police Probe

TEL AVIV – An Israeli art student who exhibited posters featuring Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with a noose and the word “Rope,” surrounding another poster of assassinated prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, was investigated for incitement by Jerusalem police on Tuesday evening.

Netanyahu with Noose, Bezalel Student artwork Photo: Facebook

Jerusalem Chief Rabbi’s Comments Calling LGBT ‘Abomination’ Sparks Firestorm

TEL AVIV – Comments made by Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem Shlomo Amar that the LGBT community is “a cult of abomination” and gays can be punished by the death penalty according to Jewish law has prompted a firestorm in which police complaints of incitement have been filed against Amar and members of Knesset are calling for his immediate removal.

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Israeli Ministers Publicize Facebook Bill to Remove ‘Terror Posts’

TEL AVIV – Following a $1 billion class-action suit filed against Facebook by American victims of Hamas terror, Israel’s Justice Minister and Public Security Minister presented to the Knesset an unprecedented bill for the forced removal of terror-inciting content from social media platforms.

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