Donald Neff

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Donald Neff is an American journalist. He spent 16 years in service for Time Magazine, and is a former Time Magazine Bureau Chief in Israel.[citation needed] He also worked for the Washington Star.

Last name changed from "Schnepf". According to email sent to John Neff Mon 4/25/2011 2:50 PM from David Neff: "I am not really a Neff/Naf. My great-grandfather was born a Schnepf in Lancaster County, PA, and at some point changed his name to Neff, a common enough name there".


Presently he writes mainly for the London-based Middle East International and the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, and is the author of several books.


In 1980 he received the O.P.C.'s Mary Hemingway Award for best magazine reporting from abroad.[1]

Published work[edit]


  1. ^ "A Letter from the Publisher". Time. 1980-05-12. Retrieved 2010-05-01.