Naomi Zeveloff


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


Bloody Synagogue Attack Shatters Calm in Tranquil West Jerusalem

By Naomi Zeveloff

Bloody Synagogue Attack Shatters Calm in Tranquil West Jerusalem
Four Jews were killed as they prayed in a tranquil Jerusalem neighborhood far from the volatile Green Line. Does the attack signal a dangerous new stage in the violence?Read More


Of Olives, Politics and Palestinians

By Naomi Zeveloff

Of Olives, Politics and Palestinians
There’s a Palestinian saying that good friends are like the oil in the olive — inseparable unless they’re squeezed. Well, this is the season Fawzi Mohammad feels the squeeze.Read More


Can Internship Program Build High-Tech Bridge Between Israel and Palestinians?

By Naomi Zeveloff

Can Internship Program Build High-Tech Bridge Between Israel and Palestinians?
A new internship program places Palestinian techies with Israeli companies. Does it boost the West Bank’s burgeoning tech scene — or normalize the occupation?Read More


Sex, Molotov Cocktails and a Roof That Doesn't Leak in Jerusalem's Restive Mixed Neighborhood

By Naomi Zeveloff

Sex, Molotov Cocktails and a Roof That Doesn't Leak in Jerusalem's Restive Mixed Neighborhood
Helicopters whir, stun grenades thud and the German aid worker upstairs is having fun. Naomi Zeveloff explains why she’s not getting much sleep in Jerusalem’s only mixed neighborhood.Read More



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