The Jerusalem Post announced Wednesday that Yaakov Katz, an advisor to right-wing Education Minister Naftali Bennett, will take over as editor-in-chief, replacing veteran editor Steven Linde.
Two of Israel’s top retired generals told the Jerusalem Post conference how they resisted military action against Iran. J.J. Goldberg reports that the explanation drew howls of outrage from right-wingers who believe attacking Tehran is the only way to protect the Jewish state.
It shouldn’t have surprised anyone that Jack Lew was treated with such disdain at the Jerusalem Post conference. J.J. Goldberg writes that the behevior of the far right-wing crowd is even wearing thin on supporters of Benjamin Netanyahu.
Jack Lew getting heckled was only one of the weirdest things to happen at the Jerusalem Post conference in New York, writes Yael Even Or. Here are four other moments you might have missed.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew was booed as he laid out a detailed defense of the Iran nuclear deal at The Jerusalem Post’s annual conference in New York.
There are conflicting reports out of Cairo about talks for a Gaza truce deal. J.J. Goldberg says Hamas has softened some demands and Tzipi Livni is getting involved for Israel.
A Jerusalem court approved the sale of the daily Hebrew newspaper Maariv to The Jerusalem Post.
Should Israelis be allowed to enter the U.S. without a visa? In its latest editorial, the Jerusalem Post says yes. Anna Momigliano argues that’s absurd.
The battle over Israel is heating up at usually bucolic Vassar College, with ‘raw’ displays of rage tinged with racial resentment directed against Jewish students, writes J.J. Goldberg.
The White House on Tuesday said it was “deeply disappointed” that Saudi Arabia had denied a visa to a U.S. citizen working for Israeli newspaper The Jerusalem Post to cover President Barack Obama’s trip to the kingdom later this week.