Daily Jewce: Flotilla Commission, France Honoring Anti-Semitic Writer, Smuggling iPhones Into Israel And More
By Jewcy Staff / January 24, 2011
Today’s news: An Israeli commission on the flotilla indecent of May 2010, reaches a conclusion, should France honor an anti-Semite and the lady who tried to smuggle iPhones into Israel…in her socks. Read More
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- At The Washington Post: An Israeli commission of inquiry into a deadly raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla in May concluded Sunday that the Israeli navy acted in accordance with international law when it intercepted the ships in international waters, and that Israel’s blockade of the Palestinian territory is legal.
- At Time: Should France honor Louis-Ferdinand Céline, even though he was a huge anti-Semite? Our guess: they probably will.
- At Haaretz: Did you hear the one about the woman in her 60s who tried to smuggle 44 iPhones into Ben-Gurion International Airport, her stockings?