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Sundown: Salam Fayyad’s Exit Interview

Plus a recipe for shakshuka

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(Adam Chandler)

• Former Texas Longhorn (and former Palestinian Prime Minister) Salam Fayyad spoke with Roger Cohen about his tenure as prime minister, his efforts to build institutions in the West Bank, and his frustrations with Palestinian and Israeli leadership. [NYT]

• Shakshuka. It will save your morning and ruin your afternoon. Here’s a recipe with feta! [NYT]

• Lilit Marcus has a lovely essay on visiting Berlin for the first time. [Forward]

• Samuel Freedman writes about the rural town of Elkader, Iowa, which is named for a [NYT]

• A march of far-right activists fascists may take place in Budapest on the eve of the World Jewish Congress conference. A Hungarian court gave its approval. [JTA]

In honor of the dedication of Adam Yauch Park in Brooklyn, some parting music for the weekend:

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Sundown: Salam Fayyad’s Exit Interview

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