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Sundown: The Talks Must Go On

Plus Rosenfels can’t catch a break, and more

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Sage Rosenfels against the Seahawks over the weekend.(Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

• Prime Minister Netanyahu’s office vowed that the killers of four Israeli settlers “will pay,” though this week’s direct talks will go on as planned. [Ynet]

• Mayor Bloomberg opposed a state investigation into Park51’s funding: “I think it’s a terrible precedent. You don’t want them investigating donations to religious organizations.” [City Room]

• There’s a lot of tension between the Israeli government and private companies/investors over the new natural gas fields. [WSJ]

• The Emergency Committee for Israel-J Street spat continues. Only in August, folks. [Ben Smith/Ben Smith]

• Despite Jewish QB Sage Rosenfels’s awesome preseason play, Coach Brad Childress insists that mediocre Tarvaris Jackson will be the Minnesota Vikings’s second-string snap-taker. (#4 is starting.) [AP/NYT]

• Popular indie band LCD Soundsystem is getting Facebook wall-spammed because of its plans to play a Tel Aviv gig. [Negev Rock City]

Here’s my favorite LCD Soundsystem song, “North American Scum.”

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Bozo Charif says:

First time hearing LCD Soundsystem. They really stink. Kind of a lower level, later day Talking Heads without the clever lyrics or musical talent. I read about them in Rolling Stone. the only thing positive ai can say is that it’s not “Hip-Hop” or Ke$ha. Yechh!

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