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Daybreak: Poll Shows Support for Two States

Plus more fuel for the theory that Adolf Hitler escaped Berlin for Argentina

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• Despite the Israeli electorate’s much ballyhooed rightward lurch, a recent poll shows that 67% of Israel’s support a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the 1967 borders. [Times of Israel]

• A new documentary by two Israelis attempts to shed light on the alternative theory that Adolf Hitler escaped Germany after World War II and supposedly lived in Argentina until his death in 1965. [JPost]

• Dr. Rita Levi-Montalcini, who won a Nobel Prize in 1986, died over the weekend at age 103. Levi-Montalcini, whose roots as an Italian Jew went all the way back to the Roman Empire, was a pivotal figure in developing the medical world’s understanding of neural development and growth during disease. [NYT]

• Hillary Clinton was hospitalized on Sunday with a blood clot. Clinton suffered a concussion earlier this month. [LAT]

• The Times reports on what has been a momentous year for gay parents in Israel, notably the popularity of a new sitcom featuring gay couples as parents. [NYT]

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I believe is two state solution is fantastic. There is Israel about 20% of Palestine and there is Jordan with 80% of Palestine. The perfect Palestinian state

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Daybreak: Poll Shows Support for Two States

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