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Daybreak: Soldier Killed Near Gaza Border

Plus Obama’s bold cyberwar campaign, and more in the news

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A Gaza border skirmish this morning.(David Buimovitch/AFP/GettyImages)

• An IDF soldier was killed by a Palestinian who slipped through the Gaza border undetected. Israel responded with air fire. Could be a bumpy weekend. [NYT]

• President Obama massively expanded “Olympic Games,” the codeword for the U.S. cyberweapons program, creating with Israel the extremely aggressive virus known as Stuxnet. Blockbuster piece. [NYT]

• Top diplomats Secretary of State Clinton and U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice increasingly focused their rhetorical ire on Russia for abetting Syria’s Assad regime. [LAT]

• The remains of 91 Palestinians buried in Israel, usually after they had launched terrorist attacks, were returned to the Palestinian Authority in a goodwill gesture designed to get back to the negotiating table. [NYT]

• A Kadima Knesset member basically called for the housing of left-wing activists in, um, camps. [Haaretz]

• There have now been reports of three mass killings in Syria this week. [NYT]

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emunadate says:

Can we expect peace in the middle east?  
http://emunadate.blogspot.co.il/2010/11/blog-post.html

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