Daily Jewce: No Israeli Spies In NZ, No Hand Holding At The San Francisco Jewish Museum, And More
By Jewcy Staff / July 20, 2011
In the news today: the difference between boycott laws in the US and Israel, you apparently can’t hold hands at the Jewish Museum in SF if you’re a lesbian couple, and more. Read More
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- You’d have to imagine that if you’re gay, and you want to hold hands with your partner, the last place you’d have to worry about doing that would be a Gertrude Stein exhibit at a Jewish Museum in San Francisco. Right?
- The New Zealand prime minister is denying reports that Israeli spies were in his country during the devastating earthquake last February.