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Sundown: The Bike Battle Moves to Copenhagen

Plus getting out of Gaza, Yad Vashem’s names, and more

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• Waiting for New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg when he arrives in Copenhagen for the U.N. climate talks will be protesters from Brooklyn angry about a supposedly green politician taking an anti-bike lane stance. [Vos Iz Neias]
• A new trend has been detected, of Gaza Palestinians faking cancer in order to gain passage out of the Strip. [Haaretz]
• The British government is now advising supermarkets on how to distinguish between West Bank produce grown on Palestinian land and that on settler land, in order to more easily facilitate boycotts. [Guardian]
• Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust museum, has redoubled efforts to register all of Hitler’s Jewish victims. So far, it has approximately 3.6 million names. [Washington Times]
• Former Seagram’s head Charles Bronfman relates how he resisted entreaties to invest with Bernard Madoff. [Jewish Chronicle]

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Sundown: The Bike Battle Moves to Copenhagen

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