Peggy Cidor

Peggy Cidor

Peggy Cidor was born in Tunisia, made aliya in 1962 and grew up in Ashdod. After her army duty, she studied Philosophy and Biblical Studies at The Hebrew University. Between 1974 and 1995 she worked at the IBA, first at Kol Israel and then at the TV first channel, as documentary researcher and journalist. For the last 15 years, she has been a writer on social affairs and a correspondent for municipal affairs -- first in the local Hebrew press and since 2003 for The Jerusalem Post weekly local supplement (In Jerusalem). Cidor also writes for The Jerusalem Report on culture and Jerusalem affairs. She is a widower and mother to three boys.


Ethiopian Jews and the yearning for Jerusalem

OFER BERKOVITCH: From obscurity to credibility.

From the opposition bench: An interview with Hitorerut's Ofer Berkovitch

MAYOR MOSHE LION (center) and MK Ze’ev Elkin (second from left) cut the ribbon at the opening of a r

Mayor Moshe Lion talks Jerusalem Day to 'In Jerusalem'


The Holy City: Jerusalem by the numbers


Calling for a new ethos after coronavirus

MUSLIM WOMEN pray in the Old City on May 1, during Ramadan.

Coronavirus and the story of Arab sector at east Jerusalem

RABBI CHAIM KANIEVSKY ‘learns about the outside world through his assistants.’

Emerging from the coronavirus pandemic with God’s help

‘IT IS harder for a woman to build her own independent business from scratch.’

Women-run businesses: Another price of the coronavirus

DEPUTY MAYOR Fleur Hassan-Nahoum: ‘There are things in this crisis that we can change now.’

An interview with Jerusalem Deputy Mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum

THE MOVEMENT for Quality Government was barred from projecting a political message on the Old City w

This week in Jerusalem: End of game

A Mahane Yehuda worker is arrested during a protest by merchants due to the prolonged closure of it.

The mutiny at Jerusalem's Mahaneh Yehuda shuk: When will it fully reopen?


Haredim and Arabs react to the corona crisis


The lockdown saga: Haredim are the question

Magen David Adom medical team members, wearing protective gear, are handling a Coronavirus test from

This Week In Jerusalem: Lockdown in the holy city


Interview with Moshe Lion: The mayor faces the coronavirus threat

SAFRA SQUARE has become the headquarters of Jerusalem’s battle against the virus.

How has the coronavirus pandemic made Jerusalemites’ lives more difficult?


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