Tzur Shezaf

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Tzur Shezaf in Giv'atayim Theater, Israel

Tsur Shezaf (born 1959 in Jerusalem; Hebrew: צור שיזף‎) is an Israeli travel-book writer, journalist and novelist.

Shezaf is currently a journalist for Ynet and was previously an editor for Masa Aher an Israeli geographical magazine between 1990 and 1999. As a journalist, Shezaf has been on special assignments throughout Asia and North Africa with Masa Aher, Yedioth Ahronoth, Channel 10 and Channel 1 television. Some of his recent work has also been in photojournalism.

Shezaf ran as a candidate with the Greens Party (Hayerukim) in the 2003 elections for the 16th Knesset,[1] but his party won no seats in parliament.



  • The wife of the lost Pilot (2011)
  • The Happy Man (2007)
  • Storm Is a Calm Place For Us (2000)
  • Love on the Divide (1998)
  • The Red Buddha (1995)
  • The Dancer (1992)
  • Panther Trap (1988)

Travel Books[edit]

  • End of the road- Death of a Country, a critical travel in Israel (2007)
  • Shanti Shanti Balagan, An Israeli travel in India (2004)
  • The Panamericana A journey in Central America (2001)
  • Witchcraft in Huncabmba (1997)
  • The Road to Happiness - A Journey in Deserts (1994)
  • The Silk Road, Crossing Asia from Istanbul to Beijing (1992)
  • The Sea Book - A Journey Along the Israeli Shoreline (1991)

Travel Guides[edit]

See also[edit]

List of Hebrew language authors

External links[edit]