The Jerusalem Report

The Jerusalem Report is an editorially independent biweekly newsmagazine that offers original journalism from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. Founded in 1990, The Jerusalem Report consistently aims to bridge the gaps between Israel and the Diaspora, and honestly assess Israel's relations with its Arab neighbors.

Speak No Evil - a coronavirus message
Galya Levy during her service in the IDF
In memory of Galya Levy
COVID-19: Not solely a public health issue
COVID-19: Not solely a public health issue
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Haredi residents of Jerusalem’s Geula neighborhood
Grounds for optimism about the ultra-Orthodox
By RABBI ITZCHAK ADLERSTEIN
The Messiah Chronicles:  Book 1 Have you seen the signs? Rivka Sarah Horowitz 210 pages; $19.99
If the Messiah came today, would people really believe it?
By RIKKI ROSE
Dorice Horenstein, Israeli-born educator and author
The four relationships everyone should live through- Moments of the heart
By ERIC EDWARD BROWN
A Tale of Love and Destiny Barry Shaw  Createspace Independent, 2018 342 pages; $12.99
A tale of love and destiny- Sarah Aaronsohn's tale
By KAY WILSON
The Holocaust Lover Matt Nesvisky Published independently 2018 397 pages; $12
The Holocuast Lover-a historical novel in two volumes
By ILAN CHAIM
Bernard Josephs worked for The Jerusalem Post in the 1980s
An appreciation- Journalist Bernard Josephs:
Prof. Roberta Rosenthal Kwall is a law professor at DePaul University in Chicago and also teaches at IDC college in Herzliya
Remix Judaism - strengthening connections to teachings of Jewish tradition
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Students take a breather from practice, relaxing on the stairs
How music changed my life
By SIMONE COHEN SCOTT
Café Ariel in Krakow with a menu advertising non-kosher Jewish dishes and a Klezmer concert
Why I have no regrets about visiting Poland
By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
Meirav Marziano, a house mother at the SOS Nedarim children’s village in Arad, prepares lunch for the six children she under her care
SOS Children’s Villages - The NGO providing hope to at-risk youth
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
An image of Pluto captured by the New Horizons spacecraft in 2015
The next stage of space exploration- Pluto
Legendary photographer David Rubinger with his iconic camera
Remembering David Rubinger- witness to an Era
By RUTH CORMAN
President Reuven Rivlin pets a koala bear at the Taronga Zoo wildlife hospital in Sydney on February 23, during an official visit to Australia
Rivlin greatest test will be in the aftermath of the elections
Letters
Letters to the Editor February 28, 2020:
A team of archaeologists, led by Prof. Yosef Garfinkel of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Institute of Archaeology and Prof. Michael Hasel at Southern Adventist University in Tennessee, revealed extensive ruins of a Canaanite temple dating
14 Days: CANAANITE TEMPLE
Boris Yeltsin gestures as he addresses a crowd in Moscow on March 28, 1993. Yeltsin died in 2007 at the age of 76.
The virtues of an honest leader
By MARVIN RAPP
Lord John Dalberg-Acton (1834-1902)
Is it time for a change in Israeli leadership?
Blue and White leader Benny Gantz: Can he beat Netanyahu?
Will there be a fourth elections?
By MARK WEISS
Seated, from left to right, are Prof. Elyakim Rubinstein, Diaspora Affairs Minister  Tzipi Hotovely, President Reuven Rivlin and Shira Ruderman in front of other guest speakers at the forum on February 19
From the editor- Widening the discourse
Pastors Larry and Tiz Huch
Pastors Larry and Tiz Huch believe their mission is to support Israel
Patpong memories
Jewish World: Thai sex-workers, Austrian-Jewish memories - and art
By TIBOR KRAUSZ
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson and opposition Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn walk through the Commons Members Lobby in Parliament, London, Britain, October 14, 2019
London calling: After Corbyn lost, what is the future of UK Jews?
Israel’s James Bond
Israel’s James Bond - How an Iraqi-born Jew became an Israeli hero
Masada and Jewish heroism:  A new perspective
Masada and Jewish heroism: A new perspective
George Orwell Big
Orwell’s evolving views on Jews
By RAYMOND S. SOLOMON
Rooted Cosmopolitans:  Jews and Human Rights  in the Twentieth Century
Jews and human rights
Netanyahu, Rivlin and Gantz holding hands
New Year – new beginnings
By ALIYA BENITA LEVIN
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