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Top-Reads, Issues on JR Online during 2016
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Top-Reads, Issues on JR Online during 2016, by searching on the site for “top-reads 2014” or “top-reads 2015”. RIGHT: The generic banners, the stories are published What do you think the top reads of 2016 are? Just as a teaser, . The All-Time top reads and topics - representing over 30,000 stories that have been posted in just, : Eleven of the top 35 stories were on the BOBROFF FUGITIVE SAGA. Five were on the arrest, extradition and trial of RABBI ELIEZER BERLAND. Four of the 35 top stories were about men refusing
Jewish Report's 2014 Hit Parade
Every year-end, SAJR Online publishes stories and issues that were our users’ TOP-READS over the past 12 months. This popular feature is embraced especially by those readers and users, maybe now at leisure, who didn’t manage to follow them with the depth or breadth they may have wanted to during the year.
Jewish Report's 2014 Hit Parade, to our search bar and type in “SAJR TOP-READS 2014” (with the inverted commas – parentheses, by using Google Search typing in “SAJR TOP-READS 2014”. Join 9 000 subscribers in 178 countries SAJR
Best of the best - Top 35 reads of 2016
As always, not unlike other media houses, The SA Jewish Report Online published the stories most read during the year. Today, we publish the full list of the 35 stories that our readers read most during 2016. The year turned out more one of issues than of individual stories – with eleven of the Top-35 most read stories on the ongoing saga of father-and-son fugitive lawyers Ronald and Darren Bobroff. Every one of the Top-35 include links to the original stories...
Best of the best - Top 35 reads of 2016, reads in the 2016 series: Top-Reads, Issues on JR Online during 2016 The Top-35 reads of 2016 with links Related reads from prior years: Top-Reads 2014 Top-Reads 2015 , RIGHT: The 2016 Top-Reads series will be represented for the first time with a colour, , All-Time Top-Reads as well as some of our favourite writes. The information extracted is from, read – the Sunday Times’ Rich Lists from 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. As the annual publication
Top-reads and issues on JR Online in 2015
As Jewish Report Online did to the delight of users last year-end, the website will again be publishing the stories and issues that were our users’ choice by virtue of being the most read stories or issues over the past 12 months. The series will start later this week and there will be two to three published each week until late January. They will all be filed for easy access by users. What would you think were the top reads of 2015? And of all time? Read on to find out...
Top-reads and issues on JR Online in 2015, can simply CLICK HERE: SAJR TOP-READS 2014 to read all of last year’s stories. And, from later this week, you will be able to use the search bar and type in “SAJR TOP-READS 2015, The “Top-reads” feature proved to be a very popular last year and - from the wonderful feedback we, of articles and issues, they will also be available by using Google Search typing in “SAJR TOP-READS, THE SYDNEY FRANKEL STORY; and ANTI-SEMITE GETS HIS COMEUPPANCE FROM ELECTORATE. Top reads
Rabbinical Pimpernel is back in South Africa
Rabbi Eliezer Berland is back in South Africa and he - and several hundred of his followers - are said to have been living in Midrand between Johannesburg and Pretoria for the past month. While various reports suggest the leader of the Shuvu Bonim Breslov Chassidic sect - wanted in Israel - and his followers have settled in this country, having arrived before Rosh Hashanah, it has been established that they were here by no later than erev Yom Kippur. At least four local rabbis have confirmed this to Jewish Report.
to “own” the story of the year? Read all about it and links to other stories in our "2014 Top Reads" series. Click to read: HOW ARE WE CRACKED THE TOP STORY OF 2014 Rabbi Berland - who twice narrowly
Two biggies next week in Top Reads series
Every year-end, SA Jewish Report Online publishes stories & issues that our users liked best over the past 12 months.
Two biggies next week in Top Reads series, , there is an opt-out clause every week too. Stories in this series of Top Reads 2014: JEWISH REPORT'S 2014 HIT PARADE= How it works and how to find, share and follow the series SHALOM, TATA, WE
Bev Goldman
October 2014 Full story Top Ten Zionist reads around, | Sep 24, 2014 Top Zionist reads from around the globe for the week ending, Zionist Federation A bakers' dozen top reads from Bev, 12 Top reads to kick off 2015 by Jewish Report, -picked for JR readers Full story Last of 2014 - 7 great reads for New Year
Botched bris led to 2015's most viral story
The most viral story of the year had 1 229 reads within 24 hours of its November 11 publication (and 2 199 in the week) and was also retold by international Jewish publications and the Sunday Times in South Africa. “Bris findings leave unanswered questions” was about the outcome of a commission of inquiry following a serious injury to a local baby at his brith milah in Sandton in June 2014.
HAD 11,736 READS 22 Dec 2015:TOP-READS AND ISSUES ON JR ONLINE IN 2015 , into the botched bris in 2014, “which resulted in injury to the baby,” Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein and Rosh, months after the original report, Botched bris leads to investigation in July 2014 – which was also, . Related reads in the series: 06 Jan 2016: BOTCHED BRIS LED TO 2015's MOST VIRAL READ 04 Jan 2016: 2015’s TOP NEWSMAKER DIGS IN AND OPENS UP 01 Jan 2016: SHABBOS PROJECT, 3 STEPS
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Bev Goldman’s top Zionist Opinion & Analysis reads
From: Zionism is here to stay by Amos Yadlin and Uri Sadot; Givat Haviva and the pursuit of a shared society by Mohammad Darawshe; Strategic follow in the framework agreement with Iran by Gen. Yaacov Amidror; and Remembering the genocides of the 20th Century by Raz Segal – to When did America forget that it’s America? By Natan Sharansky; Netanyahu must wake up to the new reality by Nahum Barnea; Obama’s unforgiveable betrayal by Mortimer Zuckerman; and Israel as a Nazi state: Major Holocaust inversion in Europe by Manfred Gerstenfeld.
Bev Goldman’s top Zionist Opinion & Analysis reads, SA's doyen of Zionist communication and education writing picks eight top reads from around the world over the past seven days. 1. Zionism is here to stay Amos Yadlin and Uri Sadot, inFocus, the happiest in the world, and our society, as exemplified in the summer 2014 skirmish with Hamas in Gaza, Mohammad Darawshe, Fathom, Autumn 2014 Mohammad Darawshe, the Co-Executive Director of the Givat Haviva Institute, spoke to a Fathom Forum in September 2014 about how to tackle the inequality





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