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Sundown: U.S. Accuses Lebanon of Provocation

Plus Hitch’s cancer diary, and more

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• After initially taking a neutral stance on yesterday’s skirmish, the U.S. State Department has condemned Lebanon’s “totally unjustified and deliberate” attack on Israeli soldiers. [Ynet]

• The Arab world’s opinion of President Obama has decreased sharply in the past year, according to a new Saban Center poll. [Laura Rozen]

• Why Israel was not behind the attempt on Ahmadinejad’s life: An argument for the Iranian president’s dialectical utility. [JPost]

• Tablet Magazine contributor Christopher Hitchens writes about his cancer and chemotherapy. [VF]

• The tastefully named Marc Jacobs is designing a new plus-size line, leading Margarita Korol to hope that “zaftig is the new black.” [Jewcy]

• James Besser reads the tea leaves and predicts that the American Jewish Congress truly is on its way out. [Political Insider]

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TheDevilCanDance says:

“Tablet Magazine contributor Christopher Hitchens”.

Wow, that’s a monument of irony. The same Hitchens?, that opportunistic sack of droppings who defended holocaust denier & British historian David Irving, and who invited for diner in his own house, holocaust denier Robert Faurrisson.

You can say what you want about Hitch as a person. But the fact is that he is an enemy of Israel.

rykart says:

MaxS says:
Aug 5, 2010 at 12:47 AM

“You can say what you want about Hitch as a person. But the fact is that he is an enemy of Israel.”

Which only goes to show that there’s some good to be found in anyone.

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