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Sundown: Liam Neeson’s Autograph Sold Separately

Plus the Jewish harmonica player, and more

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Sacha Baron Cohen earlier this year.(Charley Gallay/Getty Images for PCA)

• Schindler’s List—like, Oskar Schindler’s actual list—is on-sale for $2.2 million. [Page Six]

• The European Union formally condemned Israel’s “settlement activities” and requested a full freeze (and a top E.U. diplomat bewailed the Gaza blockade in an op-ed). [JTA]

• A top Hamas official criticized the launching of rockets from Gaza into Israel, saying it distracts from and even lends justification to Israeli building in East Jerusalem. He suggested they’re being launched by groups seeking to undermine Hamas. [Ynet]

• The famed harmonica in movies such as Shane and High Noon? Those parts were played by Jerry Adler, a Baltimore-born Jew who recently died at 91. Incredibly, the one even more famous harmonica player from that era was also a Jew: Adler’s brother, Larry. [NYT]

• Sacha Baron Cohen and longtime girlfriend Isla Fisher—who converted to Cohen’s Judaism several years ago—were married in a Jewish ceremony in Paris. [JTA]

• A Seder, with robots:

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Sundown: Liam Neeson’s Autograph Sold Separately

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