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Daybreak: Mixed Expectations for Summit

Obama says one thing, Peres says another, and more in the news

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• The White House has “no grand expectations” about today’s planned meeting between President Barack Obama, Israeli P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu, and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. [Reuters]
• Undeterred, Israeli President Shimon Peres is “sure that Netanyahu will take these expectations to their highest.” [Haaretz]
• An editorial criticizes J Street’s decision to invite Salam Al-Marayati to a conference next month, saying the director of Muslim Public Affairs Council is anti-Israel. [Jewish Journal]
• The Young World Zionist Labor Movement has declared a campaign to express solidarity with Iranian student protesters, including a demonstration against the U.N. Assembly this week. [JPost]

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Daybreak: Mixed Expectations for Summit

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