Peggy Cidor

Peggy Cidor

Peggy Cidor was born in Tunisia, made aliya in 1962 and grew up in Ashdod. After her army duty, she studied Philosophy and Biblical Studies at The Hebrew University. Between 1974 and 1995 she worked at the IBA, first at Kol Israel and then at the TV first channel, as documentary researcher and journalist. For the last 15 years, she has been a writer on social affairs and a correspondent for municipal affairs -- first in the local Hebrew press and since 2003 for The Jerusalem Post weekly local supplement (In Jerusalem). Cidor also writes for The Jerusalem Report on culture and Jerusalem affairs. She is a widower and mother to three boys.

Email: peggy@netvision.net.il
AN ANNUAL falafel celebration helps David Dugo Leitner commemorate his mother and his survival

Jerusalem Affairs: Peggy Cidor's round-up

01/23/2020
Jerusalem black swan

Jerusalem black swan

01/10/2020
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs

Jerusalem affairs: Peggy Cidor's round-up

12/27/2019
Beit Hakerem controversy

Are haredi residents spreading into Beit Hakerem?

12/27/2019
HITORERUT CITY councilman Elad Malka

Jerusalem traffic and its myriad of problems, who's at fault?

12/19/2019
Moshe Lion, 2019.

Jerusalem affairs: Peggy Cidor’s round-up

12/12/2019
DEPUTY MAYOR Eliezer Rauchberger, head of the powerful local planning and construction committee.

A strong man at Jerusalem's Safra Square

12/12/2019
WHO SHOULD head the haredi education administration?  (Pictured: Geula neighborhood

Jerusalem politics: Expect the unexpected

12/04/2019
medical

Turkish delight in the Jewish Quarter

12/04/2019
SOMEONE AT Safra Square seems, ‘sof sof,’ to have realized that pupils need more time in the educati

Jerusalem round-up by Peggy Cidor

12/04/2019
knesset

Jerusalem affairs: Kaf-Tet b’November

11/29/2019

Jerusalem politics: The voice of the opposition

11/29/2019
SATMAR GRAND RABBI Zalman Teitelbaum

Jerusalem honored by the Satmar Rebbe

11/20/2019
SAFRA SQUARE is cracking down on delinquent dog owners.

Jerusalem affairs round-up

11/20/2019
MOSHE LION celebrates his victory in the 2018 mayoral election.

Moshe Lion marks first year as mayor of Jerusalem

11/20/2019
Pisgat Zeev residents: not in favor of home for aged

Jerusalem affairs: Peggy Cidor’s round-up

11/14/2019

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