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Sundown: Clashes in Egypt Continue

Plus Adelson will continue to give and Kadima is depleted

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Clashes in Egypt Continue(NBC)

• Protesters at a sit-in against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi clashed with Morsi supporters at the presidential palace in Cairo. A number of journalists have reportedly been attacked by members of the Muslim Brotherhood. [NYT]

• Sheldon Adelson has pledged to continue pledging money to future campaigns despite his bad luck in the 2012 election cycle. [NYMag]

Haval! Two-thirds of the Kadima Party’s 28 members have defected to other parties ahead of the Israeli elections. [JTA]

• Women in Britain may get the right to chair synagogue boards at Orthodox shuls. Some rabbis in London are not thrilled. [Times of Israel]

• Adam Scolof looks at the life of Dave Brubuck and the Jewish themes in his music. [JTA]

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herbcaen says:

Egypt has the government it deserves. So does Syria. Good luck with that

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Sundown: Clashes in Egypt Continue

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