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Daybreak: U.S. May Recognize Syrian Rebels

Plus U.S. may recognize Syrian opposition

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• For the second straight day the Syrian regime cut the country’s internet as rebels make gains on the ground in the civil war. There are reports that the United States may make moves to recognize the Syrian opposition. [NYT]

• Following the United Nations vote, the pro-Israel lobby AIPAC is calling for a review of ties between the United States and the Palestinian Authority. [JTA]

• A few of the leaders of Israel’s social protests from last summer are running for Knesset and seem poised to make the cut. [Forward]

• Former NBC Entertainment President Jeff Zucker has been named President of CNN.[WaPo]

• Rapper Nas is headed to the 92Y in January. [92Y]

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