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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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  • Steer clear of Murdoch

    To the Editor: Rupert Murdoch lost his legitimacy, and his publications are tainted and have been tainted for some time, fabricating news to their liking. Israel and its advocates need to establish a media presence that is not associated with allies of extremists associated with propaganda and creating their own news. We do not want…

  • Bibi, Zuckerberg, Giffords make Time’s list of most influential

    Benjamin Netanyahu, Mark Zuckerberg and Gabrielle Giffords are among Time magazine’s list of the most influential people of the year.

  • First Hillel hoops tourney tipping off at Maryland

    Men’s and women’s teams from 20 colleges will compete in the inaugural National Hillel Basketball Tournament at the University of Maryland.

  • Rehabbed Foreman returning to ring

    Former boxing champion Yuri Foreman will return to the ring March 12 after rehabilitating from knee surgery.

  • Race for the Cure: Painting the Wall pink

    In case you were wondering why the walls of the Old City were pink on Monday night: Israel is marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a week of activities sponsored by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.

  • Protesters disrupt JNF conference

    More than a dozen anti-Israel protesters disrupted a presentation at the Jewish National Fund’s conference in Atlanta.

  • 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.