On Monday a Saudi journalist confirmed on Twitter that he can now access the ‘The Jerusalem Post’ news site from there on his mobile device.
After years without reliable verification, a Saudi Arabian journalist confirmed on Monday that Saudis can now access The Jerusalem Post online from inside the Kingdom.
Flag of Saudi Arabia. – Photo: Courtesy
A reader in Saudi Arabia also wrote on Twitter on Monday that he can now access the site from there on his mobile device.
It is unclear when the Kingdom stopped censoring JPost.com, but it apparently blocked access to the site beginning in May 2013. Continue Reading »
Surprisingly cheerful, Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu sits down with the Jerusalem Post & extols policy-making based on looking at the region as it truly is, without being overly optimistic.
That must be the reason Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu appeared extremely chipper Sunday afternoon, during a 30-minute pre-Rosh Hashana interview with The Jerusalem Post.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu – Photo: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM
Just a month after Operation Protective Edge, in the midst of a percolating political crisis both within his party and in his coalition, as Iran, Islamic State and Hezbollah are either near or at the gates, one would think there would be signs of strain and fatigue on the prime minister’s face, extreme agitation in his demeanor. Continue Reading »