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 Spokesman’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.Email Jeremy at

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