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Daybreak: Mission Control

Plus Oscar winners to be deported, and more in the news

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• Yemen’s embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh has suggested a “control center” in Tel Aviv is fomenting protests in Arab States. [Haaretz]

• After visiting the Holocaust Museum yesterday, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon linked the swift UN sanctions against Libya with a rededication to fight genocide. [UN]

• Iranians will take to the streets today to protest the incarceration of opposition leaders. [Bloomberg]

• Meanwhile, the U.S. has begun moving warships closer to Libya for a possible military campaign against Col. Gaddafi’s forces, while NATO is engaging in soul searching over imposing a no-fly zone over the North African country. [NYT]

• Made easier thanks to a Bush era deal that removed Libya’s huge cache of nuclear materials. [NYT]

• A day after police demolished three buildings in an illegal settlement at Havat Gilad, settlers attacked a Palestinian village in retaliation. [Haaretz]

• 120 Israeli schoolchildren featured in the Oscar winning documentary “Strangers No More” will most likely be deported in coming weeks. [NYT]

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T/Ramat-Gan/Israel says:

I suggest to the Voelkische-Beobachter/New-York-Edition to report about what happens in it backyard and the way Obama is deporating hundreds-of-thousands of Illegals from the USA instead of meddling with Israel’s immigration policy.

shavit says:

T: (1) how is it meddling to link an article? (2) are you kidding? Israel asks for support from the diaspora … do you expect that support to be blind? (3) you recognize that you in fact are meddling by coming on to an American website and attempting to tell the editors what to publish, right? do you see the irony there?

oh and (4) … I’m an Israeli as well (and yes, an american too). You and I should be shaking our heads together that our government is doing something so unapologetically stupid as to ignore the chance at good PR by letting these kids stay. I mean, c’mon! What’s it going to hurt?

and might as well say: (5) Obama is also toying with the idea of amnesty for the millions already here … just saying is all.

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