Building bridges

Upon hearing of the attack, I wrote a short reflection and hopped on a bus to deliver it to the editors in Romema.

By CARL SCHRAG
November 29, 2017 18:46
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Carl Schrag, editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post in 2000.

Carl Schrag, editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post in 2000.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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I always knew I’d be drawn to The Jerusalem Post, but the impetus for my first visit to the newsroom, in September 1986, was tragedy – a terrorist attack in the Neve Shalom Synagogue in Istanbul, where I’d visited a few weeks earlier.

Upon hearing of the attack, I wrote a short reflection and hopped on a bus to deliver it to the editors in Romema.

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