JC printing in Israel

October 30, 2008

From this week, the Jewish Chronicle is being printed locally in Israel for fast distribution in the country each week.

The JC will be available on Sundays along with the Jerusalem Post. The arrangement is designed to make it easy and convenient for Israelis and other residents to enjoy the world's oldest Jewish newspaper.

JC editor David Rowan said: "We are delighted to be partnering with the Jerusalem Post, a terrific and influential newspaper, and look forward to welcoming many new readers in Israel."

The service is available exclusively to all current Jerusalem Post subscribers. To find out more or become a subscriber to the Jerusalem Post and Jewish Chronicle, call *2423 if calling in Israel or 0800 328 0536 if calling from within the UK.


Last updated: 6:09pm, October 30 2008



Wed, 11/05/2008 - 17:40

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at last i was in israel over Suckas and Yom Kipper and i missed the JC. i went to Geula in Jerusalem were their is a shop that sells ever News paper nearly.
even the Jewish Tibune and the English Hamodia but the JC was not their.
thanks for the JC to be printed in the holy land