Elsewhere: Iran crunch time, Uri Avnery at 90, Lou Reed’s Jewishness


Government-funded Hebrew school: The Florida Hebrew charter network started by former congressman Peter Deutsch received more than $10 million in public funds last school year. (Broward Bulldog)

Israeli maverick at 90: As he marks a major life milestone, veteran peace activist Uri Avnery expresses hope for a two-state solution. (Christian Science Monitor)

Crunch time on Iran: Negotiations should be given a chance, but the time when Israel would have to act to stop Iran’s nuclear push may be drawing near, says former Israeli defense-intelligence chief Amos Yadlin in an interview. (New Republic)

Israel’s center holds: Most Israelis support a two-state solution but don’t trust the Palestinians, writes Yossi Klein Halevi. (L.A. Times)

Lou Reed’s Jewishness: J.J. Goldberg reviews the coverage of the late rocker’s Jewish identity and takes issue with some of it. (Forward)

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