Tovah Lazaroff

Tovah Lazaroff is the Deputy Managing Editor of The Jerusalem Post, where she has worked as a correspondent since 2000. Her expertise includes: settlements, diplomacy, the United Nations, hostage swaps, the southern and northern borders under fire, and terror victims.

Before arriving in Israel in April 2000, Tovah spent eight years as a local reporter in the Boston area, where she earned 12 awards from the New England Press Association and seven from the Massachusetts Press Association for her work.

She has a BA in history from Brandeis University and is a native of Brookline, Massachusetts.

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres addresses the opening of the UNGA

147 nations call to halt ‘aid’ to Israeli settlements


UN official condemns doubling of Israeli aerial violations over Lebanon


Hebron Palestinians claim rock-throwing Jews injured toddler

Star of David painted on a house as part of a 'price tag' attack

Price tag attacks reported in four Palestinian villages with torched cars

European ambassadors to the United Nations Security Council (L-R) Jurgen Schulz, German Deputy Ambas

Settlements are illegal, 14 UNSC members tell an isolated U.S.

A worker fixes the damage to a building from an Israeli attack in Damascus, Syria November 20, 2019.

Russia upset over Israel’s aerial strikes on Syria, its envoy tells UNSC


Palestinians welcome Canada’s UN support for self-determination

A general view shows the Israeli settlement of Beitar Illit in the West Bank April 7, 2019

U.S. counters BDS, UN, with claim Israeli settlements legal - analysis

Mike Pompeo Benjamin Netanyahu

Netanyahu approves Jordan Valley annexation bill after U.S. changes policy

Netanyahu meets with settler leaders in Gush Etzion after the US stated that settlements are not ill

Netanyahu: U.S. legalization of Israeli settlements will stand test of time


EU to Trump: settlements are illegal

Israeli flag

Right demands West Bank Annexation, Left says it's still occupation

An Israeli settlement next to a Beduin camp in the West Bank.

Land Authority publishes tender for first ever Ma’aleh Adumim hotel

Benjamin Netanyahu and IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi in Tel Aviv on Tuesday

Netanyahu won’t transfer terrorists' bodies to Gaza until MIAs returned

Tourists look at the Dome of the Rock, located in Jerusalem's Old City on the compound known to Musl

154 U.N. nations call Temple Mount solely by Muslim name Haram al-Sharif


Netanyahu: Israel has not changed Gaza policy, will strike enemies


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