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Israel Shtime

Israel Shtime
Type Weekly
Publisher Mapam
Editor David Shtokfish
Political alignment Labour Zionism
Language Yiddish language
Ceased publication 1997
Headquarters Tel Aviv
OCLC number 36354271

Israel Shtime (Mapam party.[2] David Shtokfish was the founder of the newspaper, and served as its editor until the end.[3] Initially it was a weekly newspaper, but was converted into a fortnightly and later into a monthly publication.[3] Israel Shtime was closed down in October 1997, after 41 years of publishing.[3]

References

  1. ^ Newspaper press directory. Benn. 1966. p. 871. 
  2. ^ Jacob Kabakoff (1 September 1987). Jewish Book Annual: 1988-1989, 5749. Jewish Book Council. p. 158.  
  3. ^ a b c St. Louis Dispatch. YIDDISH PAPER IN JERUSALEM CLOSES UP SHOP
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