Nadav Shragai

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Nadav Shragai is an Israeli author and journalist. He worked as a reporter for Israeli newspaper Haaretz starting in 1983 and retired in 2009. Today he continues to write as an author and academic, publishing a number of books on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.[1][2] In 1995 his book Temple of Dispute about the Temple Mount was published by Keter Publishing House.[2]

Recent Publications[edit]

Shragai is a repeat contributor to the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, publishing a variety of articles on Israeli security issues, international law and related topics.

A sampling of Shragai's work:

  • Understanding Israeli Interests in the E1 Area: Contiguity, Security, and Jerusalem[3]
  • The Al-Aksa Is in Danger Libel: The History of a Lie[4]

Interesting Facts[edit]

Right before dying, former Israeli general Uzi Narkiss related to Shragai how Shlomo Goren, the former Chief Rabbi of Israel, tried to convince him to blow up the Mosque of Omar.[5]

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