Arab Israeli Conflict
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Realistically, passing the bill is not going to kill the Internet, and defeating it is not going to cost millions of jobs.
Israel’s local Wikimedia affiliate, one of 47 around the world, is leading in several exciting new initiatives.
Les notions de vie privée et d’intimité paraissent de plus en plus menacées
An empty bottle and an old scar should remain signposts toward a dream rather than bookends to a dreadful saga.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
A garbled article on a prominent Israeli anchorwoman raises questions about Wikipedia.
By YAKIR FELDMAN
Jimmy Wales says “it’s wonderful that in the democracy here, people have the right to go out and express their opinion."
By BEN HARTMAN
Introduction for the first Young Middle Eastern Leaders column for ‘The Jerusalem Post’
By KHALED A. AL JASER
It’s time to ask the question through another lens to ensure Israel isn’t a partisan issue in US.
By CAMERON S. BROWN
Most people are fundamentally decent, and we’re now in an era where people can communicate with each other much more effectively than ever before. That, says the online encyclopedia pioneer, gives Israelis a real opportunity for very personal ambassadorship.
By DAVID HOROVITZ
Taking away tax exemptions for their first three years here, as the Treasury intends to do, will only cause news networks to move elsewhere, like Ramallah or Amman.
By DOMINIC WAGHORN
In an email leaked Friday by Wikileaks Brad Marshall, the DNC’s chief financial officer suggested that the party should “get someone to ask” about “his” religious beliefs, The Intercept reported.
Protesting US legislation its says harms Internet freedom, Wikipedia shuts down for a day; Google supports the cause, Twitter calls it "silly."
By REUTERS AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Wikipedia founder says art, social connections, spread of information under speedy transformation.
By KAROLYN COORSH
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