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Daybreak: France Ready to Designate Hezbollah

Plus a wedding proposal, a tribute to a fallen activist, and news from Greece

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• A poll released in the Jewish Chronicle of London reveals that 45% of Britons want to ban want to ban ritual slaughter. Another 38% oppose circumcision. Another 60% hate Pippa Middleton’s new column. [JTA]

• Spurred the conviction of a Hezbollah member in Cyprus yesterday, the French government has reportedly announced its willingness to designate the armed wing of Hezbollah as a terrorist organization. [JTA]

• The Greeks have apparently managed to find the cause for their deep economic woes. Can you guess what–or rather who–it is? [ToI]

• A Jewish wedding proposal involving the Chicago Public Library, a children’s book written by the groom-to-be, and the element of surprise. [GalleyCat]

• Friends and colleagues of Elissa Froman honor the late social justice activist who died earlier this month. [Zeek]

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Jacob Arnon says:

“The Greeks have apparently managed to find the cause for their deep economic woes. Can you guess what–or rather who–it is? [ToI]”

What took them so long? Antisemitism in Europe is a perennial flower that never dies.

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Daybreak: France Ready to Designate Hezbollah

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