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Daybreak: Iran Sanctions Bite, But Not Enough

Plus new Israeli government to be sworn in today

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• The Washington Post reports on the belief among U.S. and European officials that will sanctions are impacting the Iranian economy, they haven’t forced Iran to change its behavior with regard to its nuclear program. [WaPo]

• The final details of the coalition negotiations were ironed out on Saturday night, paving the way for the installation of the new Israeli government today. [ToI]

• Barbra Streisand, who is slated to star at Shimon Peres’ 90th birthday in June, will also perform at two stadium concerts during her trip to Israel. [JTA]

• A petition calling for the release of convicted American spy Jonathan Pollard now has more than 175,000 signatures. [NYT]

• Wine, text study, arts, Judaism. Just another night in the life of a Jewcy writer. [Jewcy]

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HannaH43 says:

Iran will get nuclear weapons, then Saudi Arabia will get nuclear weapons, and probably Egypt, interesting Mideast Don’t you think all because of American weakness said

herbcaen says:

I think the next round of biting sanctions might be a ban on pistachioes grown around Shiraz, or Caspian sturgeon. That will definitely bring Iran to its knees

ajweberman says:

We are on the way to a nuclear Holocaust, we are on the eve of destruction


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