Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
He is survived by his wife Linda, and two daughters and grandchildren.
Past editors-in-chief recall special moments and special people they encountered that exemplify the breadth and scope of the paper’s mission, which remains as unwavering today as it was in 1932.
In a country as politicized as Israel, this has not always been easy...
I was 20 years old, new to Israel, and spoke very little Hebrew.
How did the Post perform during that time? Magnificently, I’d say.
We all recall the recent 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, but we do not remember often what came immediately after it.
Upon hearing of the attack, I wrote a short reflection and hopped on a bus to deliver it to the editors in Romema.
A paper whose influence outstrips its circulation
Is Jerusalem united? Let me throw a bucket of icy water over those of our politicians who are in denial.