Naomi Zeveloff


I Spent 18 Hours In Tel Aviv's Bus Station

By Naomi Zeveloff

I Spent 18 Hours In Tel Aviv's Bus Station
For many, Tel Aviv’s Central Bus Station is a reviled symbol of decay. In 18 hours, Naomi Zeveloff found a metaphor for everything bad about Israel —  and good, too.Read More


4 Stories from Zochrot Truth Commission On 1948

By Naomi Zeveloff

Palestinians mark the anniversary of the 1948 Nakba or ‘Day of Catastrophe’ / Getty Images Read More


The Iconic Mideast Photo That Isn't Fake

By Naomi Zeveloff

Debbi Cooper’s 1988 photo of an Israeli and a Palestinian actually features an Israeli and a Palestinian. Read More


Iconic Mideast Photo Is a Fake — and Heartbreaking One at That

By Naomi Zeveloff

Iconic Mideast Photo Is a Fake — and Heartbreaking One at That
Ricki Rosen’s 1993 photograph of an Israeli boy and a Palestinian friend is one of the most inspiring images from the conflict. Too bad it’s a heartbreaking fake.Read More


Will Renewed Terror Stifle Jerusalem's Secular Renaissance?

By Naomi Zeveloff

Will Renewed Terror Stifle Jerusalem's Secular Renaissance?
Jerusalem has gotten a cultural makeover in recent years. But with the return of terrorist violence to the area, some worry the hard-won revival will fade away.Read More



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