Two pictures I found in my social media today. The first was taken on Agripas street in Jerusalem. The second was taken near the Al-Aqsa mosque, also in Jerusalem.
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Ami Kaufman was chief night editor for Haaretz, for the prominent Israeli financial daily Calcalist, and correspondent on Israeli affairs for 93.6 RAM FM, a joint Palestinian-Israel radio station. His interest in food and cooking led to culinary studies at the “Israeli CIA” (Tadmor, Herzliya) and a brief stint in the restaurant business.
He is a 2013 World Press Institute fellow.
His work has appeared in The Guardian, Haaretz, The Daily Beast, The Forward, The Huffington Post, El Espectador, The Jerusalem Post, The Jerusalem Report and more.
Born in Tel Aviv, Ami lives in Bat Yam with his wife and two daughters.
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@yiftahc @lisang to be honest, the hasbara issue bothers me less (semantics). More interested in reply to my earlier comparison to ferguson
@yiftahc @lisang @LTCPeterLerner @nsheizaf @972mag yes and no. Hasbara is also an official government term, used by diplomats as yourself
@yiftahc @lisang @LTCPeterLerner @nsheizaf @972mag she didn't use the word 'valid' or 'invalid', you did. She just said 'hasbara'. :)
RT @nsheizaf: Wow:@IDFSpokesperson taking side in internal Israeli politics, more bluntly than ever @LTCPeterLerner https://t.co/cwZdy4my91