I’m not an NFL player, but as a non-terrorist who happens to be a Jew, let me say that this is hogwash. It’s yellow journalism without any of the flair. Instead of Waksman asking why Aboushi deserves to be employed by the Jets, I think we should ask Yahoo! why they would publish a piece that accuses an NFL player of anti-Semitism without one solitary quote or piece of actual evidence. This is worse than your typical “keep your politics out of my sports” hit piece. It’s slander.
The grisly reality of eight days of war has seared itself in Nader Basioni’s mind. Since an Israeli air strike slammed into a nearby field on November 15, his nightmares replay in graphic detail how a fleck of metal from that explosion tore through the family home and decapitated his nine-year-old brother, Fares, who was sleeping in the same room.
“His head was gone except for a piece of skin of his face,” Nader, 14, recalled on Friday at his home in Beit Hanoun in the Gaza Strip.
"I’m afraid to sleep because I see him in my dreams. It’s the same thing over and over - Fares is gone. He’s dead."
The first in a perhaps continuing series
Israel/Egypt: Gunmen kill six in Israel in attack near Egypt border
Syria: via @Reuters: “The United States is certain that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is “on his way out,” - senior U.S. official”
Money and Markets
Markets taking again, down over 500 at one point today
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