Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774

Amishai Gottlieb

Multimedia Reporter
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Israel's newest batch of immigrants spend their first week in the Jewish state completing late night marches, krav maga sessions and pre-army training.
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Two Philadelphians living in Israel must factor the Gaza conflict into their plans for starting new families.
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Israelis living by the Gazan border are enduring in the face of rockets, tunnels and a tough economy.
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Six locals were joined by a few hundred fellow immigrants when they were received at the airport by recently sworn-in Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.
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The protesters, members of Jewish Voice for Peace, were issued citations and escorted out of the building in handcuffs.
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Profile

Amishai Gottlieb, a Mt. Airy native, joined the Jewish Exponent as a multimedia reporter in January 2014.

He made aliyah in 2006 and served as a paratrooper in the IDF. After his army service Amishai worked as a breaking news editor for the Jerusalem Post and he completed his B.A. in English Literature at Bar Ilan University in 2013.

He moved back to the Philadelphia area in November 2013.

Contact

215-832-0774

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