Daybreak: Clinton Rejects Iran Deadlines
Plus Mass. rabbis and Jewish organizations weigh in on assisted suicide
● Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been criticized by Israeli officials after she rejected the idea of setting deadlines for dealing with Iran and its nuclear program. [Bloomberg]
● A ballot initiative in Massachusetts on the issue of assisted suicide has put religious leaders and organizations in the spotlight. [Globe]
● New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver will be investigated for his alleged role in facilitating a taxpayer-funded settlement for the reported misconduct of another assemblyman. [NYDN]
● Hackers from several different countries attacked the Jewish Agency website over the weekend. [INN]
● A Jerusalem Post reporter chronicles a meeting between survivors of the Holocaust and the bombing of Hiroshima. [Twitter]
Plus Estonian paper apologizes for making ad featuring death camps images
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