Daybreak: Sara Netanyahu Nixes Coalition Deal?
Plus Jewish Indian food for Passover
• Rumors abound this morning about a sudden eleventh hour hold-up in the finalizing of the Israeli coalition. According to Army Radio, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife Sara is demanding that both Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid and Jewish Home leader Naftali Bennett be denied the post of Deputy Prime Minister. Likud’s negotiator has denied this. [ToI]
• As conservatives gear up for CPAC, the Washington Post gives us a list of things to look for, you know, if you’re looking at all. [WaPo]
• The U.S. embassy is denying that it is boycotting the settlements in its decision to not invite students from Ariel University to President Obama’s speech in Jerusalem next week. [JTA]
• Joan Nathan treks to India to study Jewish food and drops in with a Passover recipe that will blow the minds of your fellow sedergoers. [NYT]
• Artist Barbara Bloom chats with the Times about her last project: curating a wide collection of Judaica in a new Jewish Museum exhibition. [NYT]