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Daybreak: Palestinian UN Bid to Pass

A few more countries jump ship, signaling landslide ahead

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• Germany has changed course, saying it will abstain instead of vote against the Palestinian initiative for a status upgrade at the United Nations. The Czech Republic may follow its lead. [Haaretz]

• Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert also endorsed the Palestinian bid saying that the request “is congruent with the basic concept of the two-state solution.” [Daily Beast]

• A few Republican members of the United States Senate introduce measures to penalize the Palestinians, the United Nations, and any country that votes for the measure. [JTA]

• United States officials are considering broader intervention in Syrian civil war as the rebels may have reached a turning point. [NYT]

• Three words for the winter ahead: Southern Chili Cholent. The newest entry in the ‘Not Your Bubbe’s Recipe’ Series. [Jewcy]

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Plumbline says:

Joel 3:14-16……..

14 Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of decision!

For the day of the Lord is near in the valley of decision.

15 The sun and moon will grow dark,

And the stars will diminish their brightness.

16 The Lord also will roar from Zion,

And utter His voice from Jerusalem;

The heavens and earth will shake;

But the Lord will be a shelter for His people,

And the strength of the children of Israel.

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Daybreak: Palestinian UN Bid to Pass

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