Elsewhere: Liberman’s softer side, Harper’s Israel appeal, Jamaica’s Jewish dead


Avigdor Liberman’s softer side: After being acquitted in a corruption case, Israel’s foreign minister works to improve his image. (N.Y. Times)

Winning Canada’s Jews: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s strong pro-Israel stance has brought about a political shift among his country’s Jews. (Globe and Mail)

Selling Congress on Iran diplomacy: The Obama administration should collaborate more with Congress on Iran negotiations, writes Ray Takeyh. (Politico)

Jamaican Jewry’s buried past: Volunteers survey the island nation’s Jewish burial grounds. (Daily Beast)

Boston shul reunion: Descendants of the founder’s of Boston’s historic Vilna Shul gather for a reunion. (Boston Globe)

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