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Daybreak: Clinton Pushes Peace Process

Plus Britain wants to skirt a part of the Iran embargo, and more in the news

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Secretary of State Clinton yesterday.(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

• On a phone call, Secretary of State Clinton implored Prime Minister Netanyahu to use his new, massive coalition to make a real push on the peace process. [Haaretz]

• Apparently under pressure of maritime insurers, most of which are based there, Britain is pushing for an exemption to the EU’s impending oil embargo whereby insurers could still back ships containing Iranian oil (and bound for, say, China). Remember the good old days, when an embargo was actually an embargo? [NYT]

• In the second part of its big investigation, the Times finds the Brooklyn district attorney is especially lenient when it comes to allegations of sexual abuse from Hasidic communities. [NYT]

• The Israeli cabinet complained that a Supreme Court ruling to dismantle the Ulpana neighborhood in the Beit El settlement made the issue prohibitively difficult to resolve. Well, not if you just follow the court’s order. [Haaretz]

• Hamas’ prime minister in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh, said his group would not retaliate against Israel if Israel attacked Iran’s nuclear facilities. [Reuters]

• Yet the Pakistani journalist Ahmed Rashid argues that retaliation would come, in the form of Shia groups spread throughout the region that might target Israeli, U.S., or Western targets in their own countries. [Haaretz]

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Daybreak: Clinton Pushes Peace Process

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