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Jerold S. Auerbach is the author of 12 books, most recently, Print to Fit: The New York Times, Zionism, and Israel (1896-2016).

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September 21, 2020 5:13 am
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Thomas Friedman’s Folly

JNS.org - Thomas Friedman, the New York Times pontificator on the Middle East, and especially Israel, could not resist. In a column titled “The Love...

December 24, 2019 7:50 am
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The Holy Land in the 19th Century

JNS.org - Following his journey through Sinai, Scottish artist David Roberts arrived in southern Palestine in 1839. After visiting Hebron, Roberts arrived in Jerusalem, the...

Culture

South African Song Paying Tribute to Jerusalem Sparks Viral Dance Challenge

An upbeat gospel-inspired tune from South Africa that pays tribute to the city...

Chassidic Singer to Help Raise Awareness of COVID-19 in Religious Communities

JNS.org - The Trump administration has recruited a Chassidic singer to help raise...

Features

Young Global Jewry at Forefront of Fight Against COVID-19

Masa Israel Journey, a leader in immersive international experiences in Israel founded by the Jewish Agency and government of Israel,...

Checking in on COVID-19 and Jewish Seniors

JNS.org - As America’s battle with the novel coronavirus has raged on, America’s Jewish community has suffered its share of...

Celebrating the Banai Family and the History of Israel in Jerusalem

JNS.org - Museums are in crisis all over the world due to the...

World

Google Pledges to Return ‘More Helpful’ Results After Search fo...

Tech giant Google responded delicately over the weekend after outrage erupted following the revelation that a search on the platform...

Israel

Israelis Brace for Stringent Holiday Lockdown as Daily Tally of Corona Case...

JNS.org - Israelis braced for a strict nationwide lockdown imposed by the government on Friday in an attempt to curb...

Middle East

Palestinians Say Egyptian Fire Killed Two Gaza Fishermen

The bodies of two Palestinian fishermen who Palestinian officials say were shot dead by Egyptian naval forces were returned to Gaza on Saturday, the territory's ruling Islamist group Hamas said. The...

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