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Daybreak: Holocaust Remembrance Day

Plus sanctions for Glenn Beck, and more in the news

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• The presidents of Germany and Poland are attending ceremonies at Auschwitz to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance day. [JPost]

• 400 Rabbis are marking the occasion with an ad in the Wall Street Journal calling for Rupert Murdoch to sanction Glenn Beck for “literally hundreds of on-air references to the Holocaust and Nazis when characterizing people with whom you disagree.” [WaPo]

• Lebanon’s new Hezbollah backed Prime Minister assured the US Ambassador that good ties with Washington will be maintained. [Canadian Press]

• As Egypt’s protests enter their third day, they are spreading from Cairo, and taking a toll on the country’s economy. [Haaretz]

• Meanwhile, over 10,000 protestors have taken to the streets in Yemen. [NYT]

• Tullia Zevi, leader of Italian Jewry and journalist, is dead. She was 91. [NYT]

• Daniel Bell, public intellectual, is dead. He was 91. [NYT]

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