• Iceland’s parliament passed a resolution recognizing a Palestinian state with 1967 borders. [AP/Reuters]

• It’s looking like the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party will win Egypt’s first post-Mubarak democratic election, reports Tablet contributor Eric Trager from Cairo. [The New Republic]

• Israeli airline El Al has instituted an ambassadors program, which has (attractive) flight attendants meeting with the public during their time in the U.S. between flights. [JTA]

• Jeffrey Goldberg argues that along with liberty, the Arab Spring has brought about an increase in anti-Semitism in countries like Libya, Syria, and Egypt. [Bloomberg]

• Alice Herz-Sommer, the oldest known Holocaust survivor, turned 108 on Nov. 25. Happy Birthday! [JTA]

• Natalie Portman finally gets her own stamp. [Jewcy]