• Talks began between Western leaders and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Geneva yesterday; the United States is looking to be reassured about Iran’s nuclear program but is prepared with sanctions in case that doesn’t work out. [Reuters]
• A German court upheld a law that excludes property in housing estates from being returned to pre-Holocaust Jewish owners. [Haaretz]
• Israeli Arabs commemorate the October 2000 riots that started the second intifada with a general strike and protest marches. [Ynet]
The New York Times profiles philanthropist David M. Rubenstein, who has financed the restoration of Nazi-era Torahs. [NYT]