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Sundown: Goldstone Gets Human Rights Prize

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• Richard Goldstone, author of the controversial U.N. report on the 2009 Gaza War, won the Stockholm Human Rights Award. [ynet]
• A new trend in Israel is to infuse sufganiyot, or Hanukkah donuts, with vodka. One hard sufganiyah costs a little more than $1, and contains as much alcohol as a beer. What a bargain! [ynet]
• Though fewer of them are violent, anti-Semitic incidents in Australia have reached record levels. [The Jewish Community Online]
• Gov. Jack Markell of Delaware, who is Jewish, was named the head of the Democratic Governors Association. [Capital J]
• Designer Jonathan Adler goes shopping for stylish Hanukkiahs. [NYT]
• Tootsie Rolls are now kosher. [Jewish Journal]

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Sundown: Goldstone Gets Human Rights Prize

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