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Jewish journalist was killed due to mistaken identity in Kansas City shooting

Aviva Okeson-Haberman, 24, was hit by a bullet that her neighbor claims was meant for her, in a murder attempt by her ex-boyfriend. "I told the police in March someone was going to die."

Seeing the news in Israel from the outside - opinion

How many more rockets, riots, elections and stampedes can someone endure?

06/05/2021
A newsstand in Manhattan outfitted with ‘Fake News’ headlines was a stunt by ‘Columbia Journalism'

Stand up for true liberalism or bow down to fascism - opinion

No progress ever stems from lies, violence and cowardice. What elevates and what destroys is the question that every generation has faced, and right now we are allowing the destroyers free rein.

By KAREN LEHRMAN BLOCH
06/05/2021

Palestinian journalist detained after calling Abbas at home

A Palestinian journalist from Ramallah said that PA media outlets have refused to publish anything about Najjar’s case out of fear of being punished by the Palestinian security forces.

Future looks gloomy for journalists working in Middle East

On International Press Day, observed on May 3, recently released 2021 World Press Freedom Index finds Mideast journalists subject to arrest, attack, work ban, and other forms of judicial harassment.

By MOHAMMAD AL-KASIM/THE MEDIA LINE
03/05/2021
Greer Fay Cashman

Jerusalem Post journalist receives B'nai B'rith Lifetime Achievement Award

Cashman has written for the 'Post' for over 45 years, and "has made an invaluable contribution to the Israel-Diaspora relationship through her ongoing coverage."

97-year-old Jerusalem Post columnist holds record as world’s oldest journalist

Other journalists might have retired. Bingham did not. The experience, he said, made him "realize this is a very ageist country"

By SAM SOKOL/JTA
29/04/2021

Stray bullet kills Jewish reporter for NPR affiliate in Kansas City

24-year-old Aviva Okeson-Haberman was about to start a new job covering social services and criminal justice.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
26/04/2021
Yehuda Meshi Zahav, Chairman Israel's Zaka rescue unit poses for a picture outside his mother shiva,

After day of debates, Channel 12 report on Meshi-Zahav will air

The network was in the midst of preparing an investigative program for the Thursday night news about the sexual assault allegations facing Meshi-Zahav when the news broke of his attempted suicide.

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