Yaakov Katz

Yaakov Katz is The Jerusalem Post's editor-in-chief. He previously served for close to a decade as the paper's military reporter and defense analyst. He is the author of "Shadow Strike: Inside Israel's Secret Mission to Eliminate Syrian Nuclear Power" and co-author of two books: "Weapon Wizards - How Israel Became a High-Tech Military Superpower" and "Israel vs. Iran - The Shadow War".

In 2012-2013 he was a fellow at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University and was a faculty member at Harvard's Extension School where he taught an advanced course in journalism.
Donald Trump Pittsburgh

Editor's Notes: Don’t let the antisemites win

 Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch is the senior rabbi of Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in New York City.

Reforming the Reform movement

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the opening session of the Knesset, October 15, 2018

Editor's Notes: Stop the negative election campaigns

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking to reporters, October 9, 2018

Will Trump's peace plan make economic progress before final status deal?

Celebrating Sukkot in Jerusalem

Editor's Notes: Defining a nation


Can Israel stop Russia’s delivery of the S-300 to Syria?

Israelis watching the IAF Independence Day show on the Tel Aviv beach

Editor's Notes: Time to stop the reruns

 Yasser Arafat peace white house bill clinton yitzchak rabin

EDITOR’S NOTES: Breaking the cycle

An Israeli mobile artillery unit fires during a combined forces drill in Shizafon military base

Analysis: IDF’s new missile corps will revolutionize how Israel wages war

Gadi Eisenkot

Time for a transparent IDF

TRAVELERS WAIT in line at Ben-Gurion International Airport. Let critics come to Israel and see this

Editor's Notes: Politics at our borders

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the cabinet meeting July 29, 2018

Meet the Druze general leading the Nation State Law fight

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at a weekly cabinet meeting in May 2018.

Netanyahu sows division again: It’s ‘us or them’

THE NEWLY built settlement of Amihai seen from the vinyards of Meshek Achiya just north of the Shilo

With Trump, why isn’t Netanyahu building more settlements?

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish youths study religious texts at a synagogue in Jerusalem April 7, 2011.

Editor's Notes: Time for a Halachic revolution


Editor's Notes: Moving the goalpost: The much-anticipated U.S. peace plan


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