It brings me great pleasure to introduce this issue on the 90th anniversary of The Jerusalem Post’s founding.
I wrote the following story in March 17, 2005. After it ran in the Post, I learned that hundreds of additional hungry families had received Shabbat food as a result.
In this issue we bring you, dear readers, into a robust conversation at the very heart of the Jewish world, with perspectives from leading thinkers who share their views about this crucial question.
Shelbia posed for the magazine's August issue in Bulgaria.
Much of the publication’s work comes from olim, but anyone is welcome to submit work in English.
Working together with co-editor Mindy Aber Barad Golembo, the magazine was launched that evening at the Pomeranz book store
Remembering ‘Magazine’ contributor and beloved friend Maxine Liptzen Dorot, who passed away suddenly in early October. To know her was to love her.
In an apology to readers issued on Thursday, the magazine said the ad was accepted 'without proper vetting' and that it would return the money it had been paid to run it.
A Palestinian school magazine includes references to “the giant Israeli murder machine” and “the Israeli monster,” and accuses Israel of behaving like Nazis.
Time Out's section on the Israeli city refers to it as the "city that never sleeps."