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Sundown: Bomb Plot Fallout Continues

Plus Godard and the Jews, and more in the news

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Director Jean-Luc Godard.(New Wave Film)

• Two hundred Jewish community leaders were briefed by an FBI representative. [JTA]

• Contributing editor Jeffrey Goldberg continues to doubt official explanations that the bombs were intended for the planes rather than the synagogues. [Jeffrey Goldberg]

• Richard Brody, Jean-Luc Godard’s biographer (and a Jewish film critic), rebukes charges that the honorary Oscar recipient is an anti-Semite. [The Front Row]

• Lonely Planet ranked Tel Aviv the third best city in the world. Second place went to Tangiers, Morocco; first place went to Los Angeles New York. [JTA]

• Todd Gitlin explains why the rise of the Tea Party is not good for the Jews. [Haaretz]

• Follow David Frum’s Halloween-origins theory closely, and his premise becomes clear: Gays are the new Jews. Sounds about right. [CNN]

You can vote however you like. You can also not vote—but if you don’t, then you don’t get to complain about the results. And complaining about the results is the best part.

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Jan Lapter says:

Great kids but how come only one white boy among them? In Atlanta USA?

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