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Daybreak: Quartet Quarteting

Plus Assad regime’s toll now nearly 3,000, and more in the news

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• The Mideast Quartet meets Sunday in Brussels to try to jump-start talks. [AP/Haaretz]

• The mosque-burning this week is testing the loyalty of Israeli Bedouin Arabs to Israeli Jews. [NYT]

• According to the United Nations, the Assad regime has killed at least 2900 since mid-March in the course of putting down the uprising. [NYT]

• Boy, people are really into the whole Jews-returning-to-Libya angle. [WP On Faith]

• Susan G. Komen for the Cure is accused of denying that certain (likely carcinogenic) plastics are in facts carcinogenic while taking money from groups that depend on them. [Forward Sisterhood]

• President Carter said President Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize all but compels him to back the Palestinians’ U.N. membership bid. [Reuters/Haaretz]

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George One says:

I hesitate to display in public my opinion on former Presidnt Carter. He is a menace not only to Israel but to the world.

Does any other newspaper besides Haaretz pay attention to Jimmy Carter? Is news content in Haaretz news or editorializing? Someone perhaps can answer these questions.


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Daybreak: Quartet Quarteting

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