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Daybreak: Hezbollah Says ‘Game On’ in Syria

Plus the (slightly) shared origins of the ADL and KKK

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• Dexter Filkins writes ominously on Hezbollah’s public commitment to aiding Bashar Assad in Syria. [TNY]

• What do the Anti-Defamation League and the Ku Klux Klan have in common? Don’t answer unless you know. Both organizations were born out of a Memorial Day murder that took place 100 years ago. [ToI]

• Ray Takeyh opines on how Americans should approach any intervention in Syria. In short: Go big or stay home. [NYT]

• Gustav Niebuhr reviews Naomi Schaefer Riley’s new book on American intermarriage. A really great read. [NYT]

• Jewcy is hot on the trail of Lil Dicky, a smart new Jewish rapper whose lyrics you may not want to share with your loved ones. [Jewcy]

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Daybreak: Hezbollah Says ‘Game On’ in Syria

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