Jewish newspaper


Jewish newspaper

A Jewish newspaper refers to a newspaper created by or for Jews.

List of Jewish newspapers

Australia

* "Australian Jewish News"

Canada

* "Canadian Jewish News"
* "The Jewish Post & News"
* "The Jewish Tribune (Canada)"

Germany

* "Jüdische Zeitung"

Israel

Romania

* "Új Kelet"

Russia

* "Birobidzhaner Shtern"

Turkey

* "Şalom"

Ukraine

* "Kol Mevasser (periodical)"

United Kingdom

* "Hamodia"
* "The Jewish Chronicle"
* "Jewish Telegraph"
* "Jewish Tribune (UK)"

United States

* "The American Israelite" (Cincinnati, Ohio)
* "The Atlanta Jewish Times"
* "Baltimore Jewish Times"
* "Der Blatt"
* "The Detroit Jewish News"
* "Five Towns Jewish Times"
* "Florida Jewish News"
* "The Forward"
* "Freie Arbeiter Stimme"
* "Hamodia"
* "Hatsofe B'Erez Hachadosho"
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* "The Jewish Advocate"
* "The Jewish Chronicle"
* "The Jewish Chronicle of Pittsburgh"
* "The Jewish Exponent"
* "Jewish Herald-Voice"
* "The Jewish Journal (Boston North)"
* "The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles"
* "Jewish Ledger"
* "The Jewish Observer (Los Angeles)"
* "Jewish Post of New York"
* "The Jewish Press"
* "Jewish Standard"
* "Jewish Telegraphic Agency"
* "The Jewish Week"
* "JTNews"
* "The New Standard"
* "Philadelphia Jewish Voice"
* "The St. Louis Jewish Light"
* "Texas Jewish Post"
* "Washington Jewish Week"
* "Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle"
* "Yated Ne'eman (United States)"
* "Der Yid"


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