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Daybreak: Iran’s Vanishing Act

Plus General Grant returns to the White House, and more in the news

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• More evidence that Iran is trying to destroy evidence. [Haaretz]

• The White House reception for Jewish Heritage Month was last night. The president’s speech cited General Order no. 11 to discuss groups petitioning the government. More on this later. [JTA]

• After the Houla massacre, the word “Bosnia” is increasingly being thrown around. There is still no plan in sight. [NYT]

• Ehud Barak suggested that “an interim agreement, maybe even unilateral action” on borders and a peace agreement might be necessary. He’s the most senior government official to suggest bypassing negotiations. [NYT]

• Jonathan Tobin demolishes the Israeli government’s half-hearted recognition of Reform and Conservative rabbis. +1. [Commentary/Contentions]

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Daybreak: Iran’s Vanishing Act

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