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Daybreak: NATO Talks Syria

Plus, Leef arrest prompts more arrests, President-elect Mohamed Morsi, and more in the news

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Israeli policemen detain tent protest initiator Daphni Leef during a renewed social justice demonstration in Rothschild boulevard, in of Tel Aviv, on June 22, 2012. Her arrest sparked renewed demonstrations.(AFP PHOTO/RONI SCHUTZER )

Tel Aviv police arrested 89 demonstrators after thousands protested the arrest and reportedly injury of Daphne Leef, a leader of last summer’s social protests. [Haaretz]

After Syria downed a Turkish jet fighter, Turkey is holding emergency talks with NATO over a possible response. Meanwhile, more high-ranking Syrian officers have reportedly defected. [NYT]

Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood is officially Egypt’s president-elect. [NYT]

Unfortunately, an Iranian news agency is reporting that Morsi hope to restore ties with Tehran to create “balance” in the region and “review” the Camp David accords. [Haaretz/Reuters]

The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles canceled a scheduled speech by the odious Pamela Geller. She is not happy about it. Aw. [JTA]

The hunt for the missing Guma Aguiar has been called off. [JTA]

Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood is officially Egypt’s president-elect. [NYT]

Unfortunately, an Iranian news agency is reporting that Morsi hope to restore ties with Tehran to create “balance” in the region and “review” the Camp David accords. [Haaretz/Reuters]

Vladimir Putin is in Israel to discuss putting the moon in a headlock, and maybe a little bit about Iran’s nuclear program and Syria. [Haaretz]

Thousands of Haredi protested in Jerusalem against Haredi serving in the military and civil service. [JPost]

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gemel says:

Here is a different take on the Geller matter:

http://www.algemeiner.com/2012/06/25/la-jewish-federation-cancels-event-citing-muslim-threats/

LA Jewish Federation Cancels Event Citing Muslim Threats
……”Citing security concerns that the building might be stormed by Muslim activists, the Federation informed the Zionist Organization of America – which was hosting the event – that the speech would be called off”…..

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