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Sundown: The Centrifuges Are A-Spinnin’

Plus National Front attack in France, Kaddish for the Fogels, and more

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• Former U.S. ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk thinks “conflict inevitable” among Israel, Iran, and the United States. [NYT]

• In France, a Socialist politician and his partner, a television broadcaster, were attacked by National Front supporters shouting anti-Semitic slogans. [EJPress]

• It’s the Fogels’ yahrzeit. [JTA]

• Introducing PORC, a D.C. food truck becoming a restaurant. [DCist+]

• J Street landed former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert as their keynote speaker. [JTA]

• David Simon speaks—in Baltimore! Judaism is explicitly absent, implicitly rampant. [David Klion]

The Book of Mormon Purim parody you’ve been waiting for.

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George One says:

No one in the naïve West seems to understand that all Iran wants by playing hot and cold is to gain time while it is rushing as fast as possible to obtain the nuclear weapon.

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Sundown: The Centrifuges Are A-Spinnin’

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