Danny Rubinstein

Danny Rubinstein was born in Jerusalem. He received his B.A. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1961, majoring in Middle Eastern studies and sociology. From 1967 he was a journalist for the Davar newspaper and since 1990 has been a member of the editorial board of Haaretz and a regular columnist. He also teaches a course on the Israel-Palestine conflict at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

Among his writings are The People of Nowhere (1991), The Mystery of Arafat (1995) and Camp David 2000 (2002).

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Hanna Zemer

In 1970 Hanna Zemer was chosen as the Israeli newspaper Davar’s editor-in-chief, the highest position held by a woman in Israeli media and politics at the time. Throughout her career she won prizes and praise for her journalism and leadership.


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