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Sundown: Knesset to consider ‘Jewish State’ bill

Plus, an NBA player goes to Maccabi, Goldberg’s worries, and more

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• A bill brought to the Knesset that would recognize Israel as a Jewish state has 42 of the 61 votes needed to be signed into law. Most controversially, the bill would declare Hebrew the country’s official language, while Arabic would have a “special status.” [JTA]

• The (very scary) things Tablet contributer (and soon-to-be blogger) Jeff Goldberg worries about. [Bloomberg]

• Today in 1944, Ruth Gruber arrived in New York Harbor with the thousand Jewish immigrants she was allowed to escort from Europe to the U.S. [Jewish Women's Archive]

• Novelist Richard Powers meditates on Berlin, where The Producers is performed in the same theater Hitler once had a box at. [Design Observer]

• Mark Zuckerberg’s sister Randi has resigned from Facebook to start a media firm called RtoZ Media. Like! [All Things D]

• Help us welcome New Jersey Net (and former L.A. Laker) Jordan Farmar to Maccabi Tel Aviv. Say hi to Scheyer for me. [LA Times]

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Sundown: Knesset to consider ‘Jewish State’ bill

Plus, an NBA player goes to Maccabi, Goldberg’s worries, and more

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