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Daybreak: Anger After Tel Aviv Shooting

Hate, corruption, and history

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• A gunman opened fire on a Tel Aviv gay community center on Saturday night, killing two and wounding at least five others; demonstrations against the hate crime have erupted throughout the nation. [JTA]
• Israeli police are pushing for the indictment of Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on charges of fraud and corruption. [WPost]
• Lieberman says he will resign if he’s indicted. [Haaretz]
• America’s oldest synagogue, the Touro Synagogue in Rhode Island, has opened a visitor center celebrating its over 250 years of history. [AP]

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Daybreak: Anger After Tel Aviv Shooting

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