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Haaretz is an independent daily newspaper with a broadly liberal outlook both on domestic issues and on international affairs. The paper is perhaps best known for its Op-ed page, where its senior columnists - among them some of Israel's leading commentators and analysts - reflect on current events. Haaretz plays an important role in the shaping of public opinion and is read with care in government and decision-making circles. [English]
An editorially independent biweekly newsmagazine that offers original journalism from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. It aims to bridge the gaps between Israel and the Diaspora, and honestly assess Israel's relations with its Arab neighbors.
Maariv International, a significant Israeli news publication, is a respected source of information about Israel. Founded to serve Israelis living outside of Israel, coverage includes investigative reports, political analysis and editorials of current Israeli events, world news, culture and life. [Hebrew]
The successor publication to Jewish Ideas Daily. Their main feature is a full-length weekly essay on an issue or theme of pressing significance for Jews, Judaism, or the Jewish state. Mosaic carries over intact a second key feature of Jewish Ideas Daily: the once-a-day “Editors’ Picks” of items of Jewish concern from around the web, mostly from the politically right point of view. Formerly, all of the weekly essays were free. Now only 3 of these essays per month are free. You will need to pay for additional access. However, the “Editors’ Picks” are free. You can subscribe to daily updates.
The Southern Israelite Archive spans the years 1929-1986, including over 48,000 images. Rabbi H. Cerf Straus established the Southern Israelite as a temple bulletin in Augusta in 1925. The publication was so popular, he expanded it into a monthly newspaper. Later Straus sold the paper and it moved to Atlanta, where it began circulating state-wide and eventually throughout the South.
Tablet is a daily online magazine of Jewish news, ideas, and culture. A newspaper-magazine-blog hybrid that offers reactions to the day's news, cultural coverage, and in-depth investigations of broad trends in Jewish life.