Daily Jewce: Israel Unpopular, North African Revolution Hip Hop, Weinstein’s Mistake And Much More
By Jewcy Staff / March 7, 2011
In the news today: Israel has something in common with Iran and North Korea, North African hip hop, a new novel stirs up some great debate on religion, a Hollywood Jew’s big oops and much more. Read More
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- What does Israel have in common with Iran and North Korea? People don’t like them.
- North African hip hop artists from Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Algeria who have emerged as voices of recent uprisings and calls for protest. Here’s a mixtape.
- Justin Taylor’s debut novel, The Gospel of Anarchy, creates some discussion about God being an autocrat.
- Harvey Weinstein almost bought the rights to The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. But didn’t. Oops.