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Posts Tagged: Joseph Kahn

November 19, 2013 3:13 pm
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New York Times Admits to Bad Photo Choice for Story About Murdered Israeli Soldier

The New York Times on Tuesday admitted to a "poor choice" after receiving heavy criticism for publishing a photo of a weeping Palestinian woman as...

November 18, 2013 9:01 pm
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NY Times Features Photo of Perpetrator’s Family for Story on Murder of IDF Soldier

JNS.org - The New York Times was criticized by the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA) for leading with an...

November 28, 2012 4:19 pm
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New York Times Jerusalem Bureau Chief Jodi Rudoren Assigned Editor for Her Social Media Posts

Following a number of controversial Facebook and Twitter postings made by New York Times Jerusalem Bureau Chief Jodi Rudoren, the iconic newspaper has assigned an editor...

Features

Israeli Program Helps Aspiring High-Tech Entrepreneurs

JNS.org - As a teenager, Asher Dale created a phone application called “Three Good Things -- A Happiness Journal.” The app sends...

From Start-Up Nation to Ramp-Up Nation: Israel’s New Approach to Innovation

JNS.org - Dan Senor and Saul Singer’s 2009 book, Start-Up Nation: The Story of...

Hamas’ Promise to End Terror Is Seen as ‘Highly Unlikely’

JNS.org - Under the new unity deal brokered last week between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) ruling Fatah party, Hamas...

World

Leading Neo-Nazi Urges Supporters to Target Jewish, Black Institutions Near...

The head of a leading neo-Nazi website is encouraging people who are unable to attend white supremacist Richard Spencer's talk at the University...

Israel

Israeli Reps Exit Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly After Muslim Harassmen...

JNS.org - In the wake of Israel announcing its withdrawal from United Nations cultural body UNESCO due to anti-Israel bias, Israeli...

Middle East

Kurds Flee Homes in Northern Iraq as Iraqi Forces Take Control

Thousands of Kurdish civilians fled their homes in northern Iraq on Wednesday, fearing harassment by government forces and Shiite militias who have taken control of a vast swath of territory from...

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