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Daybreak: Overdue Justice for Daniel Pearl?

Plus U.S. chides UN Human Rights Council for excessive focus on Israel

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• Qari Abdul Hayee, the alleged leader of the terrorist group responsible for the abduction and killing of Daniel Pearl in 2002, has reportedly been arrested in Karachi. [PerthNow]

• U.S. delegates at a UN Human Rights Council meeting refused to participate in a meeting about Israeli settlements yesterday and slammed the group’s “disproportionate” focus on Israel. [JTA]

• Jeffrey Goldberg, who himself is secretly Jordanian, sat down with Jordan’s King Abdullah II and spoke about Jordan’s precarious perch in the middle of the Arab Spring. [Atlantic]

• Judy Kuhn performs ‘Loving You’ from Sondheim’s musical “Passion,” which is currently in revival. [NYT]

• Aly Raisman finished in second place in the season’s first night of ‘Dancing With the Stars.’ I didn’t watch it. Seriously. I was busy. [THR]

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Daniel Pearl was careless and made a grave error by going alone, unprotected, into enemy territory so to speak. With his experience, he should have used more common sense and understood the danger of trusting those he spoke to. I am amazed that a person of his experience could have erred so drastically. Unfortunately, he paid for his stupid mistakes.

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Daybreak: Overdue Justice for Daniel Pearl?

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