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Daybreak: Guma Aguiar is missing

Plus, Reform Rabbis makes less for equal prayer, and more in the news

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Aguiar, 2009.(Wikipedia)

• Female Reform rabbis make thousands—sometimes tens of thousands—less than their male counterparts. [JTA]

Eccentric millionaire, energy CEO, Beitar Jerusalem sponsor and philanthropist Guma Aguiar is missing. His boat was found washed ashore in Fort Lauderdale. [JTA]

• Elie Wiesel’s decision to renounce a Hungarian state award was seemingly spurred by a story in the Forward by Tablet Magazine contributor James Kirchick. [Forward]

• Hamas and Israel have agreed to a ceasefire brokered by Egypt. [NYT]

• The C.I.A. may be helping allies decide which factions of the Syrian opposition receive weapons. [NYT]

• President Obama is under pressure to change tactics on Iran [NYT]

• With growing Jewish poverty, is it time to have a discussion about welfare in the Jewish world? [Forward]

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Morris Katz says:

He is literally sleeping with the fishes. Deservedly.


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