Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman

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

On January 1, 2019 Fatah posted a picture of young girls armed with assault rifles leading a Fatah m

Israeli watchdog accuses Facebook of promoting Palestinian terrorism

09/11/2019
Hebrew University researchers Yonatan Tzur and Hanna Achache at work in their lab

Can worms help women pause their biological clocks? New research

09/11/2019
Dr. David Applebaum

PA raises salary of terrorist who helped carry out Cafe Hillel attack

09/09/2019
Mishnah Seder Nezikin (Order of Damages) from the Afghan Genizah

Ancient Afghan Geniza documents to go on display for first time - view

09/09/2019
Funeral scene - descriptive

After alleged honor killing, Palestinians examine discriminatory culture

09/06/2019

Keeping pace with the school of life

09/08/2019

Messiah almost here and Orthodox Jews, Evangelicals know it, pastor says

09/04/2019
THE OU ISRAEL’S Makom Balev youth centers offer leisure-time activities and leadership programs for

An Orthodox perspective on the situation of U.S. Jews

08/31/2019

‘Center-Left voters not deterred by messages that appeal to Arab public’

08/30/2019

ICRF announces $4.3m. in cancer research grants

08/30/2019

Trump vs Gallup: Latest report shows Jews will vote Democrat

08/28/2019

Race relations plummet since Trump takes office – new survey

08/28/2019

Police arrest Arab who allegedly called for murder of Israeli cop

08/27/2019
Israel terror

16 years ago, 23 people were murdered just north of Mea Shearim

08/24/2019
People holding mobile phones are silhouetted against a backdrop projected with the Twitter logo

Twitter hashtag celebrates its bat mitzvah

08/24/2019
MedAware

Research shows Israel's MedAware can reduce prescription errors, save lives

08/22/2019

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