Here are the headlines from today's ZION news:
- The King of Jordan met recently with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and now the two sides are forming a crisis committee to address Israel’s control of the Temple Mount.
- The Israeli Attorney General will be charging Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife, Sara Netanyahu, with using government money for the family’s private expenses.
- Former Israeli Defense Force soldier Elor Azaria is making a last minute attempt to delay serving out his prison 18 month prison sentence after his manslaughter conviction for killing an unarmed Palestinian attacker in the West Bank who had already been neutralized.
- The White House is throwing their full support behind the Taylor Force Act, which was passed last week through the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. The bill aims to cut the portion of United States' aid to the Palestinian Authority that gets re-routed to pay the families of terrorists.
- Christopher Ruddy, CEO of Newsmax, gave his insight as to what U.S. President Donald Trump and his administration are truly thinking when it comes to Israel.
- The American ambassador to the United Nations is asking the U.N. to expand its investigation into Hezbollah in southern Lebanon. Illegal weapons continue to be funneled into Hezbollah’s hands.
- The Israeli government has announced plans to shut down Al Jazeera’s offices in Jerusalem, and now Al Jazeera is promising to go to court, claiming Israel is trying to silence freedom and independent journalism.
- Piano professor Yuval Admony spoke at the ILTV studio about the Tel-Hai international piano master class, held in the Negev desert.
- For the first time in history, Israeli health care provider Meuhedet will be subsidizing HIV medication.
- Israeli actress Gal Gadot will be featured in the iconic role in the upcoming movie “Flashpoint,” which is the first solo film for the DC Comics' character, The Flash.
- Learn a new Hebrew word every day. Today’s word is "p'santaire," written פְּסַנְתֵר, which means "piano."
- Tonight is expected to be partly cloudy but comfortable with a low of seventy-eight or twenty-six degrees Celsius. Tomorrow should be sunny and just a little warmer with a high of eighty-nine or thirty-two degrees Celsius.
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