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The Jerusalem Post is a centrist broadsheet newspaper based in Jerusalem, founded in 1932 during the British Mandate of Palestine by Gershon Agron as The Palestine Post. In 1950, it changed its name to The Jerusalem Post. In 2004, the paper was bought by Mirkaei Tikshoret, a diversified Israeli media firm controlled by investor Eli Azur. In April 2014, Azur acquired the newspaper Maariv.Source
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Personal info of 6m. Israelis leaked after Likud uploads voter info

Personal info of 6m. Israelis leaked after Likud uploads voter info

Log OutThe Authority for Defending Privacy issued a statement Monday night that it had opened a probe into the actions of multiple parties involved in the Likud’s leak of the personal information of close to 6.5 million Israeli voters.The statement said that the authority would probe both the Likud officials responsible and third parties hired by the party, who had obligations to protect the personal data. In addition, the statement said that violators of the law could potentially face criminal or civil penalties depending on their actions.The personal information of 6,453,254 Israelis was...

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February 11, 2020
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Personal info of 6m. Israelis leaked after Likud uploads voter info

Personal info of 6m. Israelis leaked after Likud uploads voter info

Log OutThe Authority for Defending Privacy issued a statement Monday night that it had opened a probe into the actions of multiple parties involved in the Likud’s leak of the personal information of close to 6.5 million Israeli voters.The statement said that the authority would probe both the Likud officials responsible and third parties hired by the party, who had obligations to protect the personal data. In addition, the statement said that violators of the law could potentially face criminal or civil penalties depending on their actions.The personal information of 6,453,254 Israelis was...

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February 11, 2020
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How a pro-Palestinian American reporter changed his views on Israel

How a pro-Palestinian American reporter changed his views on Israel

Log OutIN THE summer of 2015, just three days after I moved to Israel for a year-and-a-half stint freelance reporting in the region, I wrote down my feelings about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A friend of mine in New York had mentioned that it would be interesting to see if living in Israel would change the way I felt. My friend probably suspected that things would look differently from the front-row seat, so to speak.Boy was he right. Before I moved to Jerusalem, I was very pro-Palestinian. Almost everyone I knew was. I grew up Protestant in a quaint, politically correct New England...

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February 24, 2020
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PMW report slams Palestinian Authority for using child soldiers

PMW report slams Palestinian Authority for using child soldiers

Log OutThe ’s systematic incitement in school textbooks, television broadcasts, active recruitment and payment to terrorists’ after-the-crime serves to weaponize its child population into soldiers, says a new NGO report obtained exclusively by The Jerusalem Post.While other Israeli groups have also worked on this issue, ’s (PMW) Sunday report is unique in tracing the PA’s recruitment step-by-step to explain why a substantial number of Palestinian minors end up arrested by Israel. Contrary to conventional global media wisdom that the Israeli occupation is causing innocent Palestinian minors...

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February 24, 2020
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On Election Day: IDF thwarts a sniper attack near the Syrian border

On Election Day: IDF thwarts a sniper attack near the Syrian border

Log OutThe IDF thwarted a sniper attack in the Golan Heights on Monday, striking a vehicle near the border.“IDF forces identified an attempted sniper attack in the northern Golan Heights and acted to thwart it, striking the vehicle involved in the attempt,” the army said. Syria’s SANA state news agency reported that the vehicle struck was a civilian car in the city of Quneitra, while opposition reports said the car was carrying militiamen loyal to the Assad regime.The thwarted attack came as thousands of Israelis headed to the polls.“Even on Election Day, our enemies are trying to hurt us,...

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March 2, 2020
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12 Israelis diagnosed with coronavirus, among them an IDF soldier

12 Israelis diagnosed with coronavirus, among them an IDF soldier

Log OutThere are now 12 Israelis who have been diagnosed with in Israel, the Health Ministry reported. Two were diagnosed on Monday and three on Sunday.The latest cases were reported by a resident of Ramat Gan, who returned from Italy on February 25, and a resident of Ashdod, who returned from Italy the next day. Two of Sunday’s patients also caught the virus abroad. They returned from Italy on El Al flight LY290 on February 27. Both people are reportedly showing light symptoms of COVID-19.All the patients and those who were on the flights with them have entered .A third person that was...

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March 2, 2020
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Polish MP says pogroms were good for Jews, assisted natural selection

Polish MP says pogroms were good for Jews, assisted natural selection

Log OutPogroms against Jews benefited the Jewish people because they winnowed out the weak through natural selection, according to a member of the Polish parliament.Janusz Korwin-Mikke, a leading member of a coalition of far-right parties called , made his remarks on a Polish Polsat TV news program last Thursday about the effects of the coronavirus epidemic. There was an upside to the coronavirus because it is eradicating the weak through natural selection and improving humanity’s gene pool, he said.Korwin-Mikke tried to prove his point by citingMurderous pogroms against Jews in Europe had...

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March 5, 2020
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Anti-Netanyahu bill has majority support with Liberman vote

Anti-Netanyahu bill has majority support with Liberman vote

Log OutPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suffered a blow on Thursday afernoon when Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman endorsed Blue and White leader Benny Gantz's efforts to pass a law that would prevent an indicted MK from forming a government.Liberman's endorsement gave the bill a majority, with the support of all 62 MKs who are not in Netanyahu's right-wing bloc. Liberman said he would also back term limits for prime ministers. Netanyahu responded on Twitter, asking Liberman: "Are you just a liar who cannot be trusted, or do you have hidden motives?"In the tweet, Netanyahu included...

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March 5, 2020
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Homosexuals in Iran are having sex reassignment surgery to avoid executio

Homosexuals in Iran are having sex reassignment surgery to avoid executio

Log OutLife for gay men in Iran continues to be a psychological nightmare. In the Islamic Republic, homosexuality is illegal and punishments usually range anywhere from torture to public executions.The Iranian regime's treatment of transexuals, however, seems on the surface to be a different matter altogether.. Transsexuality was legalized in Iran in 1987 and the country has the second-highest number of sex reassignment surgeries (SRSs) per year, second only to Thailand.However, in an interview with the British Sun newspaper, Iranian-born activist Shadi Amin claimed that the reason for this...

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March 10, 2020
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Rise of far Right not the main source of antisemitism in Europe – study

Rise of far Right not the main source of antisemitism in Europe – study

Log OutThe rise of the far Right in Western Europe is not the primary source of antisemitism in the region in recent years, a study from the World Zionist Organization’s Institute for Zionist Strategies found.“The rise of the extreme right and antisemitism: Three European case studies” focuses on , England and Germany, which have the largest Jewish populations on the continent, examining whether there is a correlation between the deterioration in those communities’ security and the rise of far-right parties. The Institute for Zionist Strategies is a nonpartisan research institution...

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February 11, 2020
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