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Sundown: Jam Their Radar!

Plus Grosz’ gross provenance, matzah graffiti, and more

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• Introducing … electronic warfare. Specifically Israel’s against Iran. [The Daily Beast]

• A dispute over works by artist George Grosz is revealing the role a German Jewish dealer played in reselling “degenerate” art confiscated by the Nazis in the United States. [ArtNews]

• A compelling editorial on what the debate over an Avodah alumni Israel trip reveals about the Jewish community. [New Voices]

• “I happen to teach a course at Columbia called The Law of Genocide and was born in a DP camp, so I think my insights into Hitler’s work have a great deal of validity.” [NYT]

• A French novelist has fictionalized Dominique Strauss-Kahn and then gone all Jew-hatey on him. [French Politics]

• The great matzah prankster strikes on the Lower East Side! [Bowery Boogie]

Israel: where extinct frogs return! People forget that when this first came out, it was the most ingenious commercial ever.

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I encourage everyone to read the New Voices article Marc links to–it’s absolutely hilarious. Apparently, the People’s Front for Judea is deeply saddened that the divisive fanatics in the Judean People’s Front are condemning them as halfhearted sellouts…

Both factions front a farce…

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Sundown: Jam Their Radar!

Plus Grosz’ gross provenance, matzah graffiti, and more

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