jerusalem post opinion

Ya’acov Heruti, one of Israel’s first anonymous soldiers

The ‘Magazine’ gets the lowdown on the former LEHI operative, today 93, who almost assassinated the British foreign secretary in 1948

CONVICTED CHILD molester Jerry Sandusky (center), a coach at Penn State University, arrives at a Pen
Malcom Gladwell on reading people

Unlike in his previous works, however, the places Gladwell goes in his Talking to Strangers are foreboding and dark

By JEFFREY B. KOBRIN
13/02/2020
Is it all in my head?

If you were to have told me a year and a half ago that my chronic stomach pain was all in my head, I would have picked up the nearest stick and shown you what “all in your head” really feels like.

21/06/2019
Letters
May 13, 2019: Block that deal

Jerusalem Post readers have their say

A woman writes.
Reflections: My writing life

I wanted to be up there with the stars, stringing beautiful words together, like a necklace of jewels that glittered and enchanted

Fundamentally Freund: How to double the aliyah rate to Israel

Aliyah has always been the lifeblood of the nation, so it is essential that steps be taken to significantly boost the rate of immigration, as this will ensure that the country continues to prosper.

Testing the boundaries of Ebola response

The current outbreak clearly poses an immediate threat to people in the region, but it is not obvious that it poses an immediate danger to people worldwide.

By MICHAEL EDWARD WALSH
28/11/2018
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