The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of February 22

Anti-Israel ad campaign hits London Underground, Roger Waters says artists afraid to denounce Israeli policies, transgender IDF soldier recounts transition and more.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 22, 2016 16:59
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1. Advertisements attacking Israel were splashed across London's underground tube network on Monday as the annual "Israel Apartheid Week" began.
 Read more: London Underground trains splashed with anti-Israel ads for Israel Apartheid Week

2. Roger Waters says that musicians are afraid of denouncing Israel over its policies as they relate to the Palestinians because they see the backlash that he has absorbed over his support for the BDS movement.
Read more: 'Musicians won't dare criticize Israel out of fear for their careers'

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3. A rash of suicides has hit Gaza and many citizens blame Hamas, claiming that the movement is disconnected from the reality in the Strip.
Read more: Suicide wave hits Gaza Strip in light of citizens' gloomy day-to-day life

4. Netanyahu says that the bill to expel MKs for bad behavior mirrors similar laws in other countries and is only considered non-democratic now that Israel wants to implement the legislation.
Read more: Netanyahu: Other democratic countries allow expulsion of Parliament members



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