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Israeli journalist Ari Shavit apologizes for ‘misunderstanding’ in response to reporter’s sexual assault account

Israeli journalist Ari Shavit apologizes for ‘misunderstanding’ in response to reporter’s sexual assault account

"Today I understand, with sorrow, that I completely misunderstood our interaction in that meeting," the Haaretz columnist wrote of his meeting with Danielle Berrin.

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Curt Schilling at his induction into the Phillies "Wall of Fame" at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia on August 2, 2013. (Hunter Martin/Getty Images)

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Israel & Middle East

Danielle Berrin

Reporter for US Jewish newspaper says she was sexually assaulted by eminent Israeli journalist

Danielle Berrin did not name the journalist in her column published on the cover of the Los Angeles Jewish Journal, which is circulating in the Israeli media and on social media.

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