No armchair politician

When he moved here, Jay Shultz was disturbed by the lack of Anglo-friendly events in Tel Aviv and decided to take action. He initiated a number of projects, and today, with a following of thousands, hopes to add cosmopolitan flair to the city.

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March 1, 2012 16:54
Jay Shultz with former CIA director James Woolsey

Jay Shultz with former CIA director James Woolsey 521. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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