Jeremy Sharon

Jeremy Sharon

Jeremy Sharon reports on religious affairs in Israel, covering Judaism, Christianity and Islam, as well as other minority faith groups in the country. Before joining The Jerusalem Post he worked at several think tanks and public diplomacy groups and also served in the IDF’s Spokesperson’s Unit.

In addition, Jeremy has provided commentary and analysis on Israeli diplomatic and foreign policy issues for The Guardian, LA Times, and other international newspapers. Hailing from London, England, Jeremy has a BA in History from the University of Leeds and an MA in History of International Relations from the London School of Economics.


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Haredi soldier

IDF rabbis in reserve pen modesty laws handbook for religious soldiers

Benjamin Netanyahu (left) and Scott Morrison (right)

Australian PM pressures Israel to extradite Malka Leifer

Members of the Falash Mura Jewish Ethiopian community attend a prayer service at the HaTikvah Synago

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Rabbi Shmaryahu Yossef Nissim Karlitz

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Yair Lapid, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Benny Gantz

Gantz rejects unity offer from Netanyahu

Ethiopian Falash Mura immigrants.

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Spiritual leader of the Shas party Rabbi Shalom Cohen (center), flanked by Shas party chairman and I

Shas rabbi promises afterlife to Liberman, Lapid if they join haredim


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UTJ files appeal against election results to regain 8th seat

Malka Leifer is brought to court last week

Court rules Leifer will not be released from custody


Rabbi Aviner dictates dress code for 11-year old girls

A bus travels along Hayarkon Street, Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Municipality examining free public transport system for Shabbat

Eurovision Shabbat dinner Dov Lasker, an active member of the Modern Orthodox community in Tel Aviv,

60 percent of Israelis intend to fast on Yom Kippur


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