The ‘Magazine’ looks back at 2015

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December 31, 2015 03:05

Here we’ve assembled an array of insightful essays by senior editors and reporters that tackle these complex issues.

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Jerusalem Post Magazine recaps 2015.

Jerusalem Post Magazine recaps 2015.. (photo credit:JERUSALEM POST)

As a tumultuous and unpredictable 2015 draws to a close, a special edition of The Jerusalem Post Magazine on Friday will recap the biggest stories of the year.

Post Editor-in-Chief Steve Linde spotlights the major events covered in the pages of the Post, including the Iran deal, the release of Jonathan Pollard, the “knife intifada” and the exhaustive debate on natural gas.

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Chief photographer Marc Israel Sellem shares a photo essay giving readers a personal glimpse behind some of the best images the newspaper published this year.

It wasn’t easy capturing the chaos that has governed much of 2015: indiscriminate stabbings along our streets, acts of terrorism by Islamic State and anti-Semitism running rampant throughout Europe. Here we’ve assembled an array of insightful essays by senior editors and reporters that tackle these complex issues.

In addition to interviews with Joint List head Ayman Odeh and Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations executive vice chairman Malcolm Hoenlein, the Magazine examines the diversity of Israeli society with an interview with Cleveland Cavaliers coach David Blatt and a feature by Allyn Fisher-Ilan depicting how the vegan craze has captured the hearts (and stomachs) of Jews, Arabs, health nuts and environmental activists alike.

We hope you enjoy our assessment of 2015 and wish you a peaceful 2016.

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