Aaron Reich

Aaron Reich

Aaron Reich is a copy-editor and contributing writer for The Jerusalem Post, where he has worked since early 2019. He has a degree in Communications and Political Science from Bar Ilan University and is currently working on receiving a Master's Degree in History.

In the past, Aaron has worked as a research assistant at Bar Ilan University in the interdisciplinary department of social sciences, at Tel Aviv University in the Middle Eastern and African history department, and currently contributes as a researcher to the YouTube series Armchair Historian.

'Kindergarten Cop' pulled from screening for glorifying police in schools

08/06/2020

Sovereignty Movement heads ask Yankelevich, Blue and White for support

08/06/2020

JVP's Erel Margalit extends Israel's offer to aid Beirut through Macron

08/06/2020

Internet usage in Israel spikes amid coronavirus pandemic, study finds

08/06/2020

Latvian Jewish org. urges parliament to push property restitution forward

08/06/2020
THE UNICORN Rarity displays a Black Lives Matter sign.

Nazis infiltrate ‘My Little Pony’ fandom

08/07/2020
Pelephone

Pelephone announces launch of 5G network

08/05/2020

Talmudic scholar Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz hospitalized, in critical condition

08/04/2020
A bear cools off from the summer heat with a froze

North Carolina bear marked with 'Trump 2020' sticker

08/04/2020
INDIAN PRIME MINISTER Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meet last year.

India could face Israel-style protests against PM due to coronavirus

08/04/2020
Protestors burn a US flag

Iranian professor calls for burning US flags in solidarity with protesters

08/04/2020
Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn reacts at a launch event for the Labour party

Corbyn's local Labour Party to debate rejecting IHRA antisemitism meaning

08/04/2020

140 new olim from France arrive at Ben-Gurion Airport

08/04/2020

Scientists team up to save endangered 'scrotum frog'

08/02/2020

Rashida Tlaib joins Detroit protesters, slams federal agents in the city

08/02/2020

Brain parasite spread from cats rarely gets humans sick – here's why

07/30/2020

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