Elsewhere: Commentary editor’s exit, snow from space, ‘Schindler’s List’ anniversary


Commentary editor’s abrupt exit: After some boos from audience members, Commentary editor John Podhoretz stormed out of a panel discussion titled “What does it mean to be pro-Israel in America today?” (N.Y. Magazine)

When profs single out Israel: Members of the American Studies Association may paint their Israel boycott as a matter of upholding human rights, but Jeffrey Goldberg doesn’t expect them to target other countries anytime soon. (Bloomberg View)

Snow brings peace: The snowstorm brought a measure of peace to the Palestinians, Jewish settlers and Israeli soldiers in the West Bank, writes Nahum Barnea. (Ynet)

Snow from space: Satellite photos show snow covering parts of Israel and neighboring countries. (Washington Post)

Hugh Nissenson passes: Novelist Hugh Nissenson, a critical favorite who explored themes related to religion and history, died at 80. (N.Y. Times)

‘Schindler’s List’ at 20: For the 20th anniversary of the release of Steven Spielberg’s Holocaust film, here are 25 trivia tidbits about the movie. (Moviefone)

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