Jeff Barak

Jeff Barak

Jeff Barak is former editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post (1996-2002). After leaving the Post, he moved to London, where he was the managing editor of The Jewish Chronicle. Jeff returned to Israel in 2006 and became the editor of for a short period. Jeff currently works in the high-tech industry and contributes a regular column on political and diplomatic affairs to The Jerusalem Post

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