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Sundown: Bibi Cancels Copenhagen Trip

Plus fairweather friends of the Jews, Jews do Christmas, and more

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• Citing the high cost to taxpayers due to his extensive security detail, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled his planned trip to the U.N. climate change summit in Copenhagen. [Haaretz]
• A right-wing chain letter beams over the Jews’ achievements … as a way of putting down those of Muslims. [The Awl]
• The ten best Christmas albums by Jews (or, in Harry Connick, Jr.’s case, half-Jews). [Jewcy]
• Denmark’s 2000-member Jewish community fears it will essentially cease to exist in the near future. [JTA]
• And check out Israeli President Shimon Peres’s new YouTube channel. YouTube’s founder flew to Israel for the launch. [Forward]

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Sundown: Bibi Cancels Copenhagen Trip

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