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is JTA's copy editor. Prior to joining JTA in 2006, he served 15 years as the assistant managing editor at The New York Jewish Week. He also has worked as a reporter and editor in news and sports for daily and weekly newspapers in New Jersey.

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  • Israeli Jews back non-Orthodox conversions, poll finds

    Nearly two-thirds of Israeli Jews believe that non-Orthodox converts to Judaism should be considered Jewish, a new Israeli government survey reveals.

  • ADL rips Pink Floyd’s Waters on ‘anti-Semitic’ imagery

    The Anti-Defamation League slammed Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters for using what the organization says is anti-Semitic imagery.

  • Bibi backs away from Lieberman population exchange plan

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Office distanced itself from the foreign minister’s plan that would transfer Israeli Arab towns to a future Palestinian state in exchange for annexing Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

  • Debra Berger, founder of Project Interchange, dies

    Debra Berger, the founder of Project Interchange that sent influential leaders to Israel, has died.

  • Israeli economy surprises with pace of growth

    Israeli economic growth unexpectedly accelerated to its fastest pace in more than two years.

  • Israeli takes gold after Irani withdraws

    An Israeli won a gold medal in the Youth Olympic Games when his Iranian opponent withdrew before the finals, citing injury.

  • Israel will reject preconditions for talks

    Israel said it will reject any preconditions set forth by the Quartet of Middle East peace negotiators on resuming direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians.

  • Israel No. 8, U.S. 14th among happiest countries

    Israel was tied for eighth among the happiest countries in the world, according to a new survey.

  • Hackers hit Buchenwald website

    Hackers replaced a list of Buchenwald victims with far-right slogans and links to Holocaust denial sites, officials at the concentration camp’s memorial said.

  • Arab man appeals sentence for rape by deception

    An Arab man convicted in a Jerusalem court of rape by deception after posing as a Jew has appealed his sentence to Israel’s Supreme Court.