Headlines June 5: Jerusalem Day, 2-state Security Proposal, India’s Bnei Menashe

Mayor Barkat says contested Jerusalem Day march in Old City ‘appropriate’
[The Jerusalem Post]


Israel on Friday announced a series of gestures to relax restrictions on the movement of Palestinian Arabs during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
[Arutz Sheva]


Arabs were involved in 59 percent of the murders in Israel in 2015, almost three times their share in the population (21 percent)


Israel will spend 8.1 millions shekels, or about 2 million dollars, to bring more than 712 members of India’s Bnei Menashe community to Israel this year.


Former Israeli and US security and diplomacy officials have presented two proposals for achieving a two-state solution, based on systems that they say would satisfy Israel’s security needs in the West Bank while providing Palestinians the sovereignty they require.
[The Jerusalem Post]