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Sundown: IAEA Head Heads to Iran

Plus drones in Israel, Chávez and the Jews, and more

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IAEA Director-General Yukiya Amano.(Eric Piermont/AFP/Getty Images)

• Of a sudden, the IAEA chief will travel to Iran Sunday to try to hash out an agreement over access to military sites. [WP]

• Two congressmen (read: New York Jews) introduced a resolution to call on the International Olympic Committee to hold a moment of silence to honor the Munich 11. [JPost]

• Will drones one day be as prevalent in the United States as they are in … Israel? [Salon]

• Leon Wieseltier on the ways in which we talk ourselves out of military intervention in Syria. [TNR]

• Beinart’s book is reviewed in the New York Review of Books, the site of his original essay. [NYRB]

• A new book explores Chávez’ anti-Semitism. [NYDN Page Views]

• Self-parody alert: left-wing British newspaper receives complaints for including the name of Israel’s national bird in a crossword puzzle. [Morning Star]

• Gilbert Gottfried reads 50 Shades of Grey. Dear God. [Jewcy]

• The peace process is dead, opines Aaron David Miller. Long live the peace process! [Al Monitor]

Shonda. [NYT]

• A new gallery in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, displays Hasidic art. [WNYC]

• Israel’s national football team played basically Little Sisters of the Poor, and got whupped. [JTA]

Delayed flight? Why not listen to some live klezmer!

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