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Daybreak: Italian Parliament Honors Munich

Also Israelis scramble for gas masks as Syria destabilizes

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• The Italian Parliament held a moment of silence to honor the 11 athletes and coaches killed at the 1972 Munich Olympics. [Times of Israel]

• The Times explores the differences between the Showtime hit ‘Homeland’ and its less glossy Israeli model…meaning the one without Claire Danes in it. [NYT]

• A Birthright Israel participant from the Ukraine died in an accident on the program earlier this week, the third death in the program’s history. [JTA]

• Len Saxe, a leading Jewish demographer, says a much-ballyhooed recent population study of New York State may have overstated the Orthodox population. [Jewish Week]

• Israelis are on the hunt for gas masks as the situation in Syria deteriorates and fears of its recently-acknowledge chemical weapons arsenal. [Calgary Herald]

• Bulgarian-born Alexis Weissenberg would have been 83 today, he died in January. Here’s him suavely dropping some Chopin; watch the right hand:

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gemel says:

Interesting article and political statement by Congressional candidate Boteach:

Aref Assaf and the Scandal of Arab Leaders Silent on Syria’s Slaughter

by
Shmuley Boteach

http://www.algemeiner.com/2012/07/25/aref-assaf-and-the-scandal-of-arab-leaders-silent-on-syria%E2%80%99s-slaughter/

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