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Daybreak: Sandy Wends Its Way

Plus anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism on the European Left

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• If you’re on the Internet and reading this, then consider yourself lucky. As Hurricane Sandy makes it way up the East Coast, we urge you to stay safe and abreast of what’s happening and to bug your family with phone calls whenever possible. [NYT]

• Colin Schindler writes eloquently on the troubling resurgence of anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism on the European Left, aided in large part by a generational shift in attitudes about Jewish self-determination and the impact of immigration. [NYT]

• Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands Company is reportedly in discussions with the U.S. Justice Department to discuss a settlement as prosecutors investigate whether the company conspired to commit money laundering in case involving two high-rolling gamblers. The Justice Department indicated that an executive-level person might be indicted. [WSJ]

• The Israeli Air Force continued to respond to rocket attacks from Gaza on communities in southern Israel by striking against rocket launching sites. [JPost]

• During a month throughout which Stanley Kubrick is receiving many posthumous tributes, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has unveiled an extensive exhibition about the famous filmmaker’s career. [LAT]

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PhillipNagle says:

There is not only anti-Semitism and anti Zioniosm in the European left but also in the American left.


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Daybreak: Sandy Wends Its Way

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