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Sundown: Bloody Bloody George Soros

Plus, a passive aggresive Purim and more

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• George Soros predicts the Iranian regime will be overthrown in “the bloodiest of revolutions.” [BBC]

• Meanwhile, a few organizations plan to celebrate Purim with a reading of the Megillat Esther—in front of the Iranian UN mission. [Arutz Sheva]

• The Dior fashion show went on in the wake John Galliano’s fall. [Runway]

• Speaking of which, how did our buddies at other Jewish publications respond? [Mediaite]

• How did the civil war change American Jewry? [Forward]

• Iran may be using Stuxnet against the west. [Vanity Fair]

• Prime Minister Netanyahu may move towards the center. [Haaretz]

Uprisings or Celebrities: Which stressed you more this week?

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C Hayes says:

Not sure I follow your introduction to the Soros link: ..(who no matter who you are hates your way of live)? What’s that supposed to mean and what does it have to do with the BBC link you provided? Very strange.

Why modify your line about Soros? His own criticism of others is never moderate.

Dan Klein says:

@fw if you have to explain a joke, you told it wrong.

Nice work this week.

Hello, I think your blog might be having browser compatibility issues. When I look at your blog site in Chrome, it looks fine but when opening in Internet Explorer, it has some overlapping. I just wanted to give you a quick heads up! Other then that, superb blog!

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