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Daybreak: Boy Inspires Mine Campaign

Plus Alan ♥ Salam, and more in the news

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Daniel Yuval, 11, who lost his leg to a mine.(NYT)

• The story of an 11-year-old Israeli boy whose leg was blown off in the Golan has Israel considering clearing many of its hundreds of thousands of land mines. [NYT]

• Russian and Syrian leaders hinted at nuclear cooperation, alarming the United States and Israel. [Haaretz]

• Israeli business is about to experience a shake-up: Because the country was reclassified from “emerging market” to “developed market”—an honor, really—many businesses need to find new investors. [WSJ]

• Prime Minister Salam Fayyad continues to be most people’s favorite Palestinian: After a meeting in Ramallah, Alan Dershowitz called him “probably the best [peace partner] that Israel has ever had.” [JPost]

• Like Zeppo Marx, Shavuot isn’t flashy, but it’s more or less as important and brilliant as its better-known siblings. [Forward]

• A program designed to encourage Haredi men to enlist in the Israeli military is expected to net 1000 volunteers this year, as opposed to 40 just three years ago. [Arutz Sheva]

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