Samuel Thrope

Samuel Thrope

Samuel Thrope is the Deputy Managing Editor of the Jerusalem Post website. Born and raised in Arlington, Massachusetts, Thrope earned his PhD at the University of California, Berkeley, and has taught at the Hebrew University. He has written for BBC News, Haaretz, Israel Story, the Nation, and Tablet. His translation of Jalal Al-e Ahmad’s The Israeli Republic was published in 2017 by Restless Books.
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vaccine syringe

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Birthright Israel participants show their love for Israel

Over 3,500 Americans and Canadians immigrated in 2018

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a weekly cabinet meeting, December 23rd, 2018

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Jerusalem Chords Bridge

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Louis Farrakhan

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Entrance to the Emergency Trauma Center at Allegheny General Hospital

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People watch S-300 air defense missile systems launching missiles

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In commemoration of Elie Wiesel, Jewish leaders gather in his hometown

Arab-Israeli poet Dareen Tatour poses for a picture.

Israeli-Arab poet Dareen Tatour released from prison

National security advisor John Bolton at press conference at King David

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