Israel Shtime

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Israel Shtime
Type Weekly
Publisher Mapam
Editor David Shtokfish
Political alignment Labour Zionism
Language Yiddish language
Ceased publication 1997
Headquarters Tel Aviv
OCLC number 36354271

Israel Shtime (Yiddish: ישראל שטימע‎, 'Israel Voice') was a Yiddish language newspaper published from Tel Aviv.[1] It was an organ of the Mapam party.[2] David Shtokfish was the founder of the newspaper, and served as its editor until the end.[3] Initially it was a weekly newspaper, but was converted into a fortnightly and later into a monthly publication.[3] Israel Shtime was closed down in October 1997, after 41 years of publishing.[3]

References

  1. ^ Newspaper press directory. Benn. 1966. p. 871. 
  2. ^ Jacob Kabakoff (1 September 1987). Jewish Book Annual: 1988-1989, 5749. Jewish Book Council. p. 158. ISBN 978-0-914820-15-4. 
  3. ^ a b c St. Louis Dispatch. YIDDISH PAPER IN JERUSALEM CLOSES UP SHOP
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