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Sundown: Obama Condemns Settlements

Plus Weisz and Aronofsky call it quits, and more

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The formerly happy couple in September.(Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

• “That kind of activity is never helpful,” President Obama said in Indonesia of the East Jerusalem building announcement. “Each of these incremental steps can end up breaking trust.” Netanyahu sniped back. More tomorrow. [NYT]

• Political dissension and varying scandals have led to a worrying decrease in the IDF’s prestige. [WP]

• A profile of San Francisco-raised Sally Oren, the wife of the Israeli ambassador. [Washington Diplomat]

• Some important inside-Jewish-charity baseball news, as the Joint Distribution Committee and the Jewish Agency decide to beat their swords into plowshares. [The Fundermentalist]

• Actress Rachel Weisz and director Darren Aronofsky are headed for Splitsville. This somehow feels important. [Jezebel]

• Michael Goldfarb (not the former McCain adviser), whose book Emancipation is excellent, is speaking at the Manhattan JCC this week and next. [Manhattan JCC]

In case you still haven’t seen this middle school trick play …

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Sundown: Obama Condemns Settlements

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