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Sundown: Mini-Rebellion in Kadima

Plus Peres visits his new BFF Canada, and more

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Shaul Mofaz yesterday.(Gali Tibbon/AFP/GettyImages)

• There’s some unrest among Kadima officials over party leader Shaul Mofaz’ joining the government. The head of the party council resigned; three party MKs did not vote for the deal. [JPost]

• President Peres is on a state visit to Canada, which if you’ve been paying attention you know has become a big friend to Israel of late. [JTA]

• David Horowitz responds to Akiva Gottlieb’s profile in Tablet Magazine last week. [Front Page]

• Catching up with the Zuckerbergs, family of Mark. His father is a dentist! Wait, why am I acting like I’m shocked by that? [NY Mag]

• Berkowitz was denied parole for the sixth time. Next up: lucky number seven. [AP/Vos Iz Neias?]

• Do you want to win some delicious smoked fish for Mother’s Day? Enter our contest! [Tablet Magazine]

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gemel says:

David Horowitz’s response is cogent and to the point. 
In fairness, it behooves Tablet to actually publish it or feature it in a more prominent position, and maybe with a response by Gottlieb .


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Sundown: Mini-Rebellion in Kadima

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