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Sundown: U.S. Tsk-Tsks East J’lem Building

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There were limited clashes in East Jerusalem today.(Gali Tibbon/AFP/Getty Images)

• The United States has formally expressed disappointment at Israeli approval for new building in Jerusalem, on the grounds that it “hinders the efforts to resume” direct talks. [Laura Rozen]

• Nextbook Press author Rebecca Newberger Goldstein raves over Nicole Krauss’s new novel Great House. [NYT Book Review]

• Another Nextbook Press author (and Tablet Magazine contributor) Ilan Stavans thinks you should go see Nora’s Will, a new film centering around a Mexican Jewish Seder. [Forward]

• Another Tablet Magazine contributor, Michelle Goldberg, upbraids the Anti-Defamation League for unfairly painting legitimate critics of Israel with the anti-Israel brush. [The Daily Beast]

• Famed and pioneering Columbia Law School Professor Louis Henkin died at 92. [CLS]

• Great pitcher Rube Marquard was not a Jew. But he was buried in a Jewish cemetery with his Jewish wife. [Kaplan’s Korner] Which is my way of reminding you to watch the Philadelphia Phillies’ Roy Halladay take on the San Francisco Giants’ Tim Lincecum tomorrow night in the National League Championship Series.

Sheila Broflovski, the most ostentatiously Jewish character on South Park, has a confession to make: She’s from New Jersey.

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Has anyone noticed that the ADL consistently betrays its mission under the leadership(?) of Abe Foxman? When will the ADL revert to being the highly respected organization it once was?

Utterly written content , thanks for selective information .

this is so great. really like it!

William Blake~ It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.

Two of a trade can never agree. – Spanish Proverb

Feel like im losing unnecessary weight in this extreme heat sheeesh!

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Sundown: U.S. Tsk-Tsks East J’lem Building

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