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Daybreak: Don’t Mention The Weapons

Plus, Harvard Holocaust denial and Sharansky on that ad

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• Iran’s five-page proposal for holding negotiations with the United States makes no mention of its nuclear weapons program. [ProPublica]
• Egypt and Jordan, which have peace deals with Israel, joined their colleagues in the Arab League in announcing they will not normalize diplomatic ties with Israel until the Palestinian Authority is offered an acceptable final-status agreement. [Arutz Sheva]
The Harvard Crimson published an ad questioning whether the Holocaust happened; the error was the result of “a logistical failure and not a philosophical one,” according to the editor. [JPost]
• Natan Sharansky, once Israel’s minister of diaspora affairs, called the Masa “lost” ad about intermarriage an instance of “Israeli insensitivity to the sensibilities of U.S. Jews.” [Haaretz]

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Meticulous attention is given to detail that includes hand-finished mountings

Samuel Butler~ When you have told anyone you have left him a legacy the only decent thing to do is to die at once.

If you can read this, you are in phaser range.

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Daybreak: Don’t Mention The Weapons

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