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"You'd be surprised to realize how much power you have under your hands," says one expert in public diplomacy.
Antitrust Authority says it is doing its best to make decision soon; employees say more complex cases have been approved more quickly.
Makor Rishon editor: "If we do not get approval by Thursday night ... the paper will die and become a corpse."
Dedicated letter writer Toby Willig reflects on 31 years of reading ‘The Jerusalem Post’.
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
The newspaper published articles against haredi men enlisting into the IDF.
By JEREMY SHARON
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,ELIYAHU KAMISHER,UDI SHAHAM
Some of Israel’s leading literary and political figures worked as journalists for the daily.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The plan is an expansion on the lessons and activities conducted at the opening of the school year in the aftermath of Operation Protective Edge
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
A divided Knesset approves bill targeting pro-Netanyahu newspaper in preliminary vote; MK Cabel: Paper is PM's attack dog, trying to kill off other media; Steinitz: Bill violates free speech.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The legislation defines a free daily newspaper as one that is given out without payment six days a week, and applies only to the four newspapers with the highest circulation.
The case against Netanyahu hinges on whether he attempted as a ‘businessman’ to prevent or minimize competition in the communications market.
By SHANI BROWN
Islamist tabloid "Falasteen", Arabic for Palestine, returns to the West Bank three days after Hamas allowed a leading West Bank daily to be sold in Gaza.
The swine image is reminiscent of antisemitic memes used against Jews throughout history. Just recently, a Hamas-affiliated scholar said, “Allah has transformed Jews into pigs and apes.”
By JPOST EDITORIAL
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