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Sundown: The Ground Zero Anne Frank Center

Plus R.I.P. Labor, R.I.P. Weinglass, and more

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Leonard Weinglass.(Wikipedia)

• There are plans for an Anne Frank museum across the street from the Ground Zero Islamic center. What a curious life. [NY Post/Vos Iz Neias?]

• One of the Labor Party’s most prominent legislators wonders if Israel’s founding party’s days are numbered. [LAT]

• Leonard Weinglass, the attorney for the Chicago 7, Daniel Ellsberg, and other defendants associated with progressive causes, died at 77. [NYT]

• Jeff Goldberg’s condemnation of the Knesset J Street hearings is well worth your time if you haven’t seen it yet. [Goldblog]

• Andrew Silow-Carroll makes a fair point about the biased marketing of Miral, all considerations of the film aside. [JustASC]

• Liz and Israel: A love story. [WP]

The trailer for the Woodman’s next movie, set in Paris, just dropped.

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And Andrew Sullivan takes the opportunity to accuse Jackson Diehl of dual loyalty to Israel over the editorial on Obama referred to earlier.

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Sundown: The Ground Zero Anne Frank Center

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