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Sundown: Who Leaked the Palestine Papers?

Plus another Marty Peretz profile, and more

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Admittedly, there are some cool pictures in the Peretz profile.(NYT Magazine)

• Even as the Palestinian Authority formally rejects the Palestine Papers’ validity, it is also looking into who may have sold and/or leaked them. Former Fatah security commander and rival of the current leadership Muhammad Dahlan is suspected. [JPost]

• Ad copywriter Phyllis K. Robinson died at 89. She came up with the immortal slogan, “You don’t have to be Jewish to love Levy’s Real Jewish Rye.” [The Awl]

• The world asked for another profile of Marty Peretz in winter (and in Israel), and the call was answered. [NYT Magazine]

• An interesting take on the Palestine Papers from Matt Duss. [Wonk Room]

• Peru became the eighth South American country to recognize the state of Palestine along the 1967 borders. [Reuters/Haaretz]

• Tel Aviv! Dolphins! [Haaretz]

This day is taking way too long.

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Joshua says:

Paul is dead, man. Miss him, miss him, MISS HIM!!!

If the Palestinians are furiously denying that they made the concessions alleged in these documents, of what import is it that they said something privately? It validates Marc’s point that the Israelis are justifiably skeptical of verbal commitments.

Alana Newhouse says:

I told you to leave the office.


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