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Sundown: New Human Rights Watch Head

Plus don’t cry for A’jad, Elie Wiesel, and more

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• James Hoge, the broadly respected editor of Foreign Affairs, will become the new head of Human Rights Watch. The group has been accused in the past of an anti-Israel bias. [Laura Rozen]
• Elie Wiesel says he “would not shed a tear” if Mahmoud Ahmadinejad died. [Haaretz]
• A dispatch describes the fledgling Jewish community of [fill in the blank]. In this case, it’s [Glasgow, Scotland]. [Jewish Chronicle]
• The president of CNBC arranged for a blockbuster bar mitzvah video for his son. It features NBC anchor Brian Williams, New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, and—best of all, in our opinion—Mad Money host Jim Cramer. [Page Six]
• Najla Said—daughter of late Professor Edward—has a one-woman play, Palestine, opening Off Broadway next week. The autobiographical production details her transition from disinterested kid to politically committed woman. [NYT]
• Agudath Israel, the Orthodox Union, and other prominent American Orthodox groups are lobbying for clemency to be granted to Martin Grossman, who faces execution in Florida next Tuesday for killing a wildlife officer 25 years ago. [Vos Iz Neias?]

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Sundown: New Human Rights Watch Head

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