Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman

Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman is news editor and head of online content and strategy for The Jerusalem Post.

Palestinians look on as Israeli police set up a checkpoint in the Arab east Jerusalem neighbourhood

Arab society in ‘state of emergency’

Nazi flag flown in Canada.

Hate crimes down in Canada, but majority motivated by religion - report

WILL THE bonds with the Diaspora break?

Israelis are ‘ignorant' of world Jewry and its concerns - new survey


Do boycotts mentioned by Ilhan Omar compare to BDS movement? -analysis

Cancer cells [illustrative]

Breakthrough pancreatic cancer treatment phase III trial opens in Israel

Nick Langworthy at the Western Wall

AOC in Congress leads to antisemitism in NY: State Republican cmte. chair

Relivion, patented by Netanya-based Neurolief is an Israeli device that stops migraine pain

Israeli team's electronic migraine relief band scores European approval

Former governor Mike Huckabee in Jerusalem

Huckabee: U.S. is best served with Netanyahu as prime minister

COPIES OF ‘Israel Hayom’ and ‘Yediot Aharonot’ are displayed in Ashkelon l

Is hatred of the media linked to government mistrust? - analysis

Miriam (R) and Neryah (L) look up at their baby in an August photograph

Defense Ministry admits it owes NIS 65m. to up security in settlements

District court of Nazareth

Afula to open its parks to Arabs, non-residents in 2 days, court rules

Democratic U.S. congressional candidate Rashida Tlaib reacts after appearing after midterm elections

Rashida Tlaib compares 'racist' Israel to 19th-century US segregation

A sign in front of an Afula park says the area is open to local residents only

Adalah legal team: Afula banning Arabs from public parks

Shoppers in Columbus Circle Whole Foods during a blackout due to widespread power outages in the Man

New York power outage attributed to manhole fire, says mayor

Greek Patriarch Theophilus III delivers a speech and prayer to reclaim leased property sold to Jews

Patriarch calls for day of prayer to reclaim Old City bldgs. sold to Jews

A 3D-printed logo for Twitter is seen in this illustrative picture

Twitter updates its rules against hateful conduct to include religion


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