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• The European Jewish Congress has a new office in Brussels to serve as a lobby to the European Union; it’s devoted to, among other things, the lofty goal of “reconciliation between the three great monotheistic religions.” [JPost]
• Israeli P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu enigmatically told Spanish P.M. Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, “We solved the matter of the settlements with the Americans.” [Haaretz]
• A Thai billboard advertising a wax museum with the slogan “Hitler is not dead” and a huge image of the Führer has been covered up. [AP]
• A Hungarian parliament member suspects a Jewish conspiracy to take over his country, where “rumors of a mass Jewish return to Hungary have been floating around … for some time.” He also claims students in Jerusalem are taught in Hungarian. [Haaretz]
• Richard Goldstone writes about the Jewish motivation behind his controversial report. [JPost]

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