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Sundown: Senator Mort Zuckerman?

Plus Palestinian Na’vi, the archaeological is political, and more

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• Billionaire media and real estate mogul Mortimer Zuckerman is considering a run for Kirsten Gillibrand’s U.S. Senate seat from New York. Though a Democrat, he would probably run as a Republican or independent. The owner of the New York Daily News, Zuckerman is a major pro-Israel activist; he used to chair the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. [NYT]

• How a right-wing settlers group has used an archaeological dispute to solidify Jewish presence in an area of East Jerusalem. [Time]

• Check out this excerpt from Farm 54, a new graphic novel about growing up in rural 1970s Israel. [Words Without Borders]

• No way we can top this headline: ‘Man Broke Into Synagogue Dressed Up in the Rabbi’s Clothes and Stole Booze.’ [CBS 12/Vos Iz Neias?]

• Police in the Jewish areas of the West Bank receive “abusive” calls from Palestinians. 30,000 to 40,000 of them. Per month. [JPost]

• Palestinians protesting the West Bank settlement barrier have taken to painting themselves blue in reference to Na’vi, the cruelly colonized creatures in the movie Avatar. [AP/HuffPo]

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Sundown: Senator Mort Zuckerman?

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