In other news, Sedrot was hit by 22 rockets that terrorists fired from Gaza.
Obermann slams Dobbs over ADL comment
MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann slammed CNN's Lou Dobbs for his attack on the Anti-Defamation League.
On his television program "Countdown" Thursday, Olbermann gave his daily "worst person in the world" award to Dobbs for comments earlier in the week in which the CNN host called the ADL "a joke."
In an exchange on "Lou Dobbs Tonight" on Monday, Janet Murguia, a Latino civil rights activist, cited ADL research into extremist groups whose representatives Dobbs had featured on his show, and then she described the league as a respected voice.
"Not by me," Dobbs replied, "It's a joke."
Neither Dobbs nor the ADL has yet to respond to JTA's request for comment.
Right-wingers want Olmert ousted as prime minister.
Israeli and American right-wingers are ready to pay at least $1 million to anyone who produces evidence of a scandal that would force Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to resign, Israel's Channel 2 reported.
The television report included a conversation between an unnamed businessman and a private investigator hired to garner the information, according to The Jerusalem Post.