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Sundown: East J’lem Building Draws Ire

Plus Koch on Perry, the TriBeCa SuKaAh, and more

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The new construction site, today.(Menahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images)

• The Israeli announcement of the construction of 1100 new homes in an East Jerusalem neighborhood prompted condemnations from the Palestinians and strong chastisement from Secretary of State Clinton. [WP]

• Note to John Mearsheimer: when you’ve lost Andrew Sullivan … [The Daily Dish]

• Koch elaborates on his endorsement. He spoke with President Obama last week: “I said to him: ‘Mr. President, that’s the one guy [Gov. Perry] you won’t have to worry about. Jews will never vote for anyone who doesn’t believe in evolution.’” [NYT City Room]

• Jason Gay chats with Scroll hero Larry Merchant. [WSJ]

• All about the TriBeCa SuKaAh. [NYT City Room]

• Why putting the Dead Sea Scrolls online is more than just neat, but actually really important and useful. [Wired Cloudline]

President Obama wishes us a happy new year. Spoiler: Israel comes up!

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i have tried to get used to it, but I hate the new scroll.

I miss being able to actually scroll down. Now I read half as many articles because the initial title (instead of the first paragraph) doesn’t seem worth the click to just have to click back to find another article.

looks nice, but can we go back to having all the buttons go to the same big long blog page?

…and no “God bless America”? How unpatriotic.

Have to agree, this scroll redesign was a mistake.


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Sundown: East J’lem Building Draws Ire

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