Daily Jewce: Palin’s “Blood Libel,” Portman Topless, Al-Jazeera Security Check And More
By admin / January 12, 2011
In the news today: Sarah Palin uses the term “blood libel,” but might not know what it means; Natalie Portman takes her shirt off, wondering if a comic legend is as good as everyone says and more. Read More
- At Politico: Sarah Palin released a video calling the rush to pin blame on conservatives for the Tucson shooting a “blood libel.” Does she mean that Jews are looking to use Tea Party blood for matzo? We’re confused.
- At YNet: Al-Jazeera producer and reporter Najwan Simri Diab recalls her humiliating security check before meeting with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu.
- At The Guardian: Is Robert Crumb as good a comic artist as everybody says he is? One writer doesn’t think so.