ONLINEIsraeli/American Jewish Affairs After the Elections

Top Pick January 9, 2022 Free
Josef Federman (Courtesy photo: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)

Join us as Joe Federman, AP bureau chief supervising coverage of Israel and the Palestinian territories, gives a balanced view on the state of affairs between our countries as viewed from an independent journalist based in Israel after the elections in both the U.S. and Israel.

Our speaker grew up in Westborough and made his first trip to Israel in 1983 on a NFTY tour, a decision he is pretty sure his mother now regrets. He went to Clark University in Worcester and has a master’s in international affairs and Middle East studies from Columbia University. He has worked for the Associated Press in Charleston, West Virginia, and New York City, in addition to spending four years at The Wall Street Journal. He returned to the Associated Press in Jerusalem in 2003 and has been there ever since. He has gone on assignments to Rome, the Hague, London, Cairo, Beirut, Amman and across Israel and the Palestinian territories. Currently, he is the news director for the Associated Press in Jerusalem, overseeing coverage of Israel, the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and Jordan.

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