Sohrab Ahmari is an Iranian-American author and journalist at the Wall Street Journal. He is harsh critic of Iran, anti-Semitism, and anti-Zionism all over the world.
Gil Cohen-Magen is a photojournalist whose images have been published on the front pages of many of the world’s leading publications. His presentation images from the most violent scenes of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the closed world of ultra-Orthodox Hassidim.
Alan Dershowitz is an attorney, Harvard law professor, author, advocate for Israel and civil rights.
Gil Hoffman is an incredible journalist for The Jerusalem Post. Whole-hearted Israel advocate, Hoffman loves talking about Israel and educating others about the wonderful aspects of the country. Hoffman is extremely influential and has interviewed almost every major political figure including former Prime Ministers Peres, Barak, Sharon, and current Prime Minister Netanyahu.
David Horovitz is the founding editor of The Times of Israel. Before launching The Times of Israel, David Horovitz was the editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post.
Avi Issacharoff is the Middle East Affairs Correspondent for Haaretz Newspaper, the Hebrew parallel to the International Herald Tribune, and an analyst for leading radio and television shows in Israel. Issacharoff has won the "Israel Public Radio Best Reporter" award for the years 2001-2002.
Jeff Jacoby has been an op-ed columnist for The Boston Globe since February 1994. He occasionally writes about the bond and shared values between the United States and Israel, and current issues in the Middle East.
Yaakov Katz is the military correspondent and defense analyst for The Jerusalem Post, Israel’s leading English daily and the Israel correspondent for the London-based Jane’s Defense Weekly.
Herb Keinon has been working as the diplomatic correspondent at The Jerusalem Post since 2000, and working there since 1985. He is responsible for covering the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister, and often traveled with the Prime Minister on his trips abroad.
Matt Lebovic works for both Combined Jewish Philanthropies and Times of Israel
Melanie Phillips is a British journalist and author who writes an influential column about political and social issues for the Daily Mail. She has been a columnist since 1987 and a blogger since 2003.
Jonathan Rosenblum is the director, spokesperson, and founder of Jewish Media Resources, an Israeli based media organization devoted to furthering an understanding of Haredi Jewish society.
Jacob Shrybman is a former combat soldier in the Golani Brigade of the Israel Defense Forces. While in the IDF, he served on the Gaza Strip border, the Egyptian border, and in the West Bank city of Hebron. Before his IDF service he was the Assistant Director of the Sderot Media Center.
Bret Stephens is the Wall Street Journal's Deputy Editorial Page Editor (International) and the paper's principal columnist on foreign affairs. He was the Editor-in-Chief of the Jerusalem Post.
Khaled Abu Toameh
Khaled Abu Toameh is an award-winning Israeli-Arab journalist who has been covering Palestinian affairs for more than 25 years.
Liz Wahl, 28, is an American journalist. She was born to a Filipino mother and an American father of Hungarian descent, and grew up in Connecticut. Wahl recently quit her job during a live broadcast as a correspondent at RT, Russia's state-sponsored English language news network.
Ben-Dror Yemini became the opinion editor of the daily newspaper Ma'ariv in 2003 and presents about the "industry of lies". Prior to that he worked as the spokesman for the Ministry of Immigration and Absorption.