Freelance journalist in Jerusalem; former correspondent for McClatchy newspapers, based in Jerusalem; former Jerusalem correspondent for the Washington Post; former Jerusalem Bureau Chief for the Chicago Tribune, long-time reporter for the New York Times in its Jerusalem Bureau and media coordinator for HaMoked, an Israeli human rights organization
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