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Sundown: Gleeful Glenn Beck on Broadway

Plus, Just Cyberwar, Israeli Rhinos and more

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Glenn Beck attends the 45th annual CMA Awards. November 9, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Image)

• In possibly the most terrifying attack on Jewish culture in decades, Glenn Beck wants to break into musical theatre. [Jezebel]

• An Apple Store employee in Georgia refused to sell an iPad to an American citizen speaking Farsi, citing sanctions again Iran. [wsbtv]

• A Hebrew-language charter school will open in Harlem. [JTA]

• Israel’s crackdown on human trafficking has greatly improved, allowing it to reach tier 1 for the first time on trafficking compliance. [Times of Israel]

• In an e-mail exchange with a progressive Rabbi, Bill Donahue of the far-right Catholic League warned Jews not to make an enemy of “Catholic Friends” (read: Bill Donahue), since we “have so few of them.” He misattributed the sentiment to Ed Koch, who has denied he ever said it. [buzzfeed]

• Thomas Aquinas eat your heart out: Considering just cyberwarfare. [The Atlantic]

• Rare white rhino born at Tel Aviv Zoo! Its name is Terkel! If this birthing video is NSFW in your office at the Michigan House of Representatives, quit your job. [HuffPo]

But I guess it’s for everyone these days.

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