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Sundown: Turkish Jews Call for Calm

Plus the IDF targets Bar Refaeli, and more

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• The main Jewish interest group in Turkey warned that further tensions with Israel could increase anti-Semitism there. [Ynet]
• The Israeli military is urging a boycott of products endorsed by supermodel Bar Refaeli, due to her alleged draft-dodging—she married and immediately divorced, avoiding mandatory service. So maybe try to do without Passionata lingerie? [Arutz Sheva]
• Do you want to listen to a Yiddish-language cover of the Britney Spears song “Three”? Of course you do. [The Safeword is “Gemara”]
• 7,000 surviving victims of Nazi train transports have sued the German state rail company for compensation should it follow through on plans to expand routes to Polish lines. [Times of London/Vos Iz Neias?]
• Israeli police detained the editor of an English- and Arabic-language, West Bank-based news wire, and have threatened him with expulsion. They accuse him of entering Israel illegally. [Guardian]

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Sundown: Turkish Jews Call for Calm

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