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Change of editors at +972 Magazine

Dear Readers,

Noa Yachot, who has been our managing editor for the last year and a half, is leaving her position at +972 Magazine and going to work for the American Civil Liberties Union. During her time with us, Noa helped bring the site to a new level of professionalism, introduce new fields of coverage, increase the site’s readership and launch new projects. We all thank her for her dedicated work and her commitment to the site. Noa will remain part of the +972 collective.

Noa will be replaced by editor and blogger Mike Omer-Man, who previously worked as the editor of the Jerusalem Post’s website.

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    1. Ayla

      thank you for everything, Noa!

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    2. Max Schindler

      Mazel tov, Noa. Best of luck!

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    3. Palestinian

      Shukran Noa , good luck

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