Jodi Rudoren

New York Times

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Jerusalem Bureau Chief and former Education Editor for the New York Times

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For the first time in years, Israeli authorities blocked access today to one of Jerusalem’s contested holy sites — called the “Temple Mount” by Jews and the “Noble Sanctuary” by…

Israel Closes Holy Site as Tensions Mount in Jerusalem

For the first time in years, Israeli authorities blocked access today to one of Jerusalem’s contested holy sites — called the “Temple Mount” by Jews and the “Noble Sanctuary” by…

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A Social Media War

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Airstrikes in Israel

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