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Sundown: Scissor Sister

No blood libel from Moore, Aussie Heebsters, and a High Holi-dog

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• Following a shortage of certified circumcision practitioners, and in a time of controversy about the procedure, Dr. Karen Jaffe has become the first female mohel, or mohelet, in the state of Ohio. [Cleveland.com]
• Jews down under can now enjoy their own recently launched edition of Heeb magazine, and the “No shrimp on this barbie” t-shirts that will inevitably follow. [JTA]
• The verdict is in: Israelis are gaga for Inglourious Basterds. [Haaretz]
• Check out this cute video of a dog responding to the shofar with his own tekiah gedolah; one commenter suggests that “with a little ingenuity,” the ram’s horn “can be made into marijuana smoking device.” [AV Club]
• No need to fear a Michael Moore exposé on Jewish Christ-killers; the director says the nuns at his Catholic school “wanted to make it clear that the Jews had nothing to do with putting Jesus up on the cross.” [NYT]

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Sundown: Scissor Sister

No blood libel from Moore, Aussie Heebsters, and a High Holi-dog

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