Israeli media love antisemitism

For much of the Jewish Media Summit that took place in Jerusalem this week, Jewish journalists from around the world had Israeli public figures talking at them rather than engaging with them. But on Wednesday, the final day of the summit, the journalists got to talking to each other, sharing concerns and successes and posing questions about their responsibilities as Jewish journalists.

Some of the journalists work for both Jewish and general media and have discovered that it’s not always a good idea to let it be known that they’re Jewish or that they reside in Israel.


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