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Sundown: Kosher Pot

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• A rabbi and his wife want to set up the first legal medical-marijuana dispensary in Washington, D.C. He believes in pot in part for religious reasons. [Washington City Paper]

• President Obama is facing a tough decision: Accede to the withdrawal of military aid from Lebanon, or don’t? (Tablet Magazine’s Lee Smith asked much the same question yesterday.) [WP]

• Does Obama have to worry more about Jews on the right abandoning him over Israel … or Jews on the left abandoning him over his political compromises? [Political Insider]

• Turns out David Yerushalmi, an Orthodox Jew who wants to criminalize being Muslim in the United States, also hates … Jews. Sounds like quite a character! [Talk to Action]

• How heart-warming: Young Israelis and Palestinians laboring side-by-side as yet more annoying Washington, D.C., summer interns. [WP]

• Israel is stocking up on gasoline for 2011. Hmm. [Negev Rock City]

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Sundown: Kosher Pot

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