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Sundown: Peace Now?

Plus Grayson’s back, trouble in Moscow, and more

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Former Rep. Grayson in 2009.(Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

• Apparently the thing that proximately doomed last night’s Quartet meeting to not even producing a statement was the question of whether to require the Palestinians to recognize Israel as the Jewish state. [Haaretz]

• Gideon Rachman on why the time is simply not ripe for the peace process. [Financial Times]

• Peace Now, which previously had never advocated a boycott, today called for one in response to the anti-boycott law. (Got all that?) [JPost]

• Outspokenly liberal former Rep. Alan Grayson, Democrat of Florida, is running again. [Ben Smith]

• Anti-Semitism envoy Hannah Rosenthal fights an uphill effort to get Arab countries to change their filthy textbooks. [JTA/Forward]

• A Moscow synagogue was firebombed, although the bombs, fortunately, didn’t actually go off. [JTA]

Jerusalem, in Imax! Well, once you go see it in theaters.

Jerusalem | Filmed in Imax 3D from JerusalemGiantScreen on Vimeo.

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Sundown: Peace Now?

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