Sundown: Hezbollah Rejects Lebanon Bombing Probe
Plus have anti-Semitism and anti-Israel rhetoric left American college campuses?
• The FBI will participate in an international probe into the car bombing that killed Lebanese security chief Wissam al-Hassan last week in Beirut. Unsurprisingly, Hezbollah has rejected the investigation. [AP]
• A new study suggests that an overwhelming majority of college campuses in the United States (97%!) have no reports of anti-Semitism or anti-Israel initiatives. [JTA]
• Life presents a slideshow of rare color photographs of Nazi-occupied Poland taken from 1939-1940 taken by German photographer and raging Nazi Hugo Jaege. [Life]
• Scroll Editor Emeritus Marc Tracy wonders aloud about the foreign policy credentials of senior Romney adviser and Tablet profile subject Dan Senor. [TNR]
• Jewcy goes deep into the depths of the Canadian television vault to unearth an early talk show interview featuring the Jewish rap star Drake. [Jewcy]
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