Elsewhere: Reassuring America’s allies, Mumbai anniversary, blacksmith’s Hanukkah stamp


On Iran, buying time: The Iran deal appears to have bought some time, but it remains to be seen whether a final accord can be negotiated, writes Jeffrey Goldberg. (Bloomberg View)

Reassuring America’s allies: The United States should upgrade its commitments to its Middle Eastern allies’ security, writes Steven L. Spiegel. (International N.Y. Times)

Moshe Holtzberg’s loss: Five years after terrorists murdered his mother and father in Mumbai, 7-year-old Moshe Holtzberg keeps his parents in his prayers. (Indo-Asian News Service)

Repaying a good deed: During the Bosnian war, an Israeli family arranged the rescue of a Muslim family who sheltered their forebears during the Holocaust. (Toronto Star)

A blacksmith’s Hanukkah contribution: A menorah made by a Vermont blacksmith is being featured on this year’s Hanukkah stamp. (Rutland Herald)

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