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.

Har HaMenuchot cemetery, Jerusalem

Religious Services Ministry makes burial fees transparent for first time

Malka Leifer is brought to court last week

Court orders state psychiatrist to be bypassed on Leifer review panel


Yisrael Beytenu submits raft of legislation on religion and state issues

Yehuda Fried (C), lawyer of Malka Leifer, speaks to a state prosecutor (L) after a court session at

Leifer to remain in prison until Supreme Court ruling on house arrest appeal

Ronnie Peterson

Ronnie Peterson's burial shows difficulties with civil burial in Israel

File photo: Divorce.

Country’s longest divorce refuser walks free from prison

Malka Leifer, a former Australian school principal who is wanted in Australia on suspicion of sexual

Alleged pedophile Malka Leifer sent to house arrest pending mental evaluation


Alternative High Holiday events and services ‘rising in popularity’

Egged bus

Rabbis to condemn Shabbat public transport in Ramat Gan this weekend

The British Library, London

Rare Jewish texts showcased in British Library online collection


UTJ’s 8th placed candidate likely to enter to the 22nd Knesset


Ultra-Orthodox voters for non-ultra-Orthodox parties declines

Benny Gantz, chairman of the Blue and White party, places a hand on the Western Wall

Blue and White fail to attract support from religious-Zionist community


Labour’s lady who opposes Corbyn: MP Dame Louise Ellman

Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, Rabbi of the Western Wall, poses for a photo in front of the holy site

Women of the Wall reach out to Rabbi Rabinowitz… who doesn’t reply


Liberman doubles down, won’t sit with ultra-Orthodox, ‘messianics,’ Arabs


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