Elsewhere: Hamas leaders skinny-dipping?, Jon Stewart wrong on Gaza, Brussels shooter’s story


Do Hamas leaders skinny-dip?: In this selection of clips from recent Egyptian TV broadcasts, Egyptian commentators slam Hamas leaders for their purported stupidity and sybaritic lifestyle, including swimming at nude beaches. (MEMRI)

Jon Stewart: Wrong on Gaza: The “Daily Show” host misrepresented the conflict between Israel and Hamas, David Horovitz writes. (Times of Israel)

The Gazan who saved me:  Nimrod Nir — the stepson of Israeli Cabinet member Silvan Shalom — writes about the time a Palestinian man from Gaza saved his life in a Tel Aviv suburb. (N.Y. Times)

Brussels shooter’s story: Marc Weitzmann examines the background of Mehdi Nemmouche, the French-born man accused of shooting several people outside the Brussels Jewish museum. (Tablet)

Synagogue’s mosaic legend: A mosaic discovered in an excavation of a fifth-century synagogue in northern Israel may shed light on the relationship between Christians and Jews at that time. (Fox News)

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