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Daybreak: The End Seems Nigh for Assad

Plus a highly-sought Nazi war criminal is captured

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• A brazen attack in Damascus kills the Syrian Defense Minister Daoud Rajiha and Assef Shawkat, Syrian intelligence chief and Assad’s brother-in-law. [BBC]

• Laszlo Csatary, most wanted Nazi war criminal, has been arrested in Hungary. [BBC]

• Huma Abedin, deputy chief of state for Hillary Clinton (and Anthony Weiner’s wife), stands by her man in People. [People]

• Former Laker and Maccabi Tel Aviv semi-Jew/semi-baller, Jordan Farmar will play basketball in Turkey. [JTA]

• Our favorite Kabbalist Madonna is being sued for flashing an image of Marine Le Pen with a swastika on her forehead at a concert in Paris. [Jewcy]

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“A brazen attack in Damascus…”

Click the link and what do you find:

“Three men at the heart of President Assad’s defence team have died in a suicide bombing, Syrian state TV says.”

Now wait a minute, last I heard suicide bombers were “homicide bombers” and “terrorists”. Since when is blowing yourself up brazen? It sure wasn’t described that way when the tactic was used against Israeli targets. Would we call the attack brazen if Israeli ministers were assassinated?

Who knew Tablet was staffed by far-left jihadist sympathizers. Do you sleep with a stuffed bin Laden doll, too?

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