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About Jared
I have been a working journalist for over 8 years, and have varied experiences in all facets of reporting, be it beat reporting, geopolitical analyses and features, in addition to arts reviews. I am based in Warsaw, and continue to accept freelance assignments. In May 2019, I published my novella, 'Reckless Abandon.' It has extended distribution, and is being sold at bookshops, record stores, and museum gift shops. It is also available to borrow at various libraries worldwide.
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White House slams ‘heartbreaking’ anti-Israel protest of Nova massacre exhibit in NYC

11 Jun 2024  |  qoshe.com
The White House condemned an anti-Israel protest in New York City, describing it as 'heartbreaking' and inappropriate for US streets. The protest involved banners of terror groups and was criticized by a Biden aide. The article also mentions Congress's biggest Israel critics.

Victims Of Hamas’ Terror Assaults Continue To Speak Out: QJL Exclusive

07 Jan 2024  |  www.queensjewishlink.com
A detailed investigation reveals the extent of sexual violence weaponized by Hamas during the October 7 terror assault on Israel, with survivor testimonies and evidence collected by Israel's top national police unit. Victims and survivors, including Chaya, Mia Schem, Agam Goldstein Almog, and Doron Katz Asher, share their harrowing experiences and the psychological impact of the attacks. The Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Metiv Israel Psychodrama Center are involved in supporting the victims. A symbolic hourglass representing the plight of remaining hostages will be displayed in New York City. No hostages have been released since late November.

Young Israeli Leaders Find Historical Parallels of Shoah And October 7 Terror Assault

23 Dec 2023  |  www.queensjewishlink.com
In response to the October 7 Hamas terror assault, which resulted in significant loss of life and hostages, Israeli citizens have united in defense and support of their nation. Over 1,000 civil initiatives have emerged, with nearly half the population engaging in volunteer efforts. Adi Rabinowitz Bedein and Hila Bar, two Israeli leaders, share their personal experiences and efforts to support their communities. Adi emphasizes the importance of Holocaust education in combating anti-Semitism, while Hila focuses on providing emotional and material support to those affected. Both highlight the resilience and collective strength of the Israeli people in the face of adversity.

Chief Rabbi of Poland Stresses: ‘Unity Is Our Secret Weapon’

30 Nov 2023  |  The Jewish Link
Following a severe terror attack in Israel, Chief Rabbi of Poland Michael Schudrich organized a public prayer for peace in Warsaw, emphasizing the importance of unity as a strength for the Jewish community. Rabbi Schudrich, who has served in Poland since 2000 with the support of Ronald Lauder, president of the World Jewish Congress, highlighted the Jewish community's struggle to maintain its identity and preserve its history. The prayer event, which took place under the Sigismund Column in Warsaw, was attended by dignitaries including Israeli Ambassador Yaakov Livne and U.S. Ambassador Mark Brzezinski. Rabbi Schudrich stressed the need for unity in the face of terror and the importance of speaking out against barbarism. He also discussed the personal impact of the conflict, with family and friends serving in the military. The rise of antisemitism and the importance of countering hate through truth and social media were also addressed. The article was written by Jared Feldschreiber, a freelance reporter based in Warsaw.

Israeli Women’s Entrepreneurial Spirit Resonates Profoundly After Oct. 7 Terror Assault

07 Oct 2023  |  Jewish Journal
The article highlights the significant impact of the Oct. 7 terror attacks on Israel's tech industry, emphasizing the challenges faced by entrepreneurs and businesses. Key figures like Sigal Gafni, Karina Rubinstein, and Viktoria Kanar share their experiences and the adaptive measures their companies are taking. The tech sector, particularly cybersecurity, is heavily affected, with many employees called up for military duty and companies fortifying security. The narrative underscores the resilience and innovative spirit of Israeli entrepreneurs amidst adversity.

Architect and craftsman Amir Rozei flourishes in Eretz Israel

20 May 2023  |  www.jpost.com
Amir Rozei, an Israeli architect and craftsman with Central European roots, has built a distinguished career, including an internship at Studio Libeskind in New York. His work, deeply influenced by his family's history and the Holocaust, is showcased in the 'Eretz Israel Collection,' reflecting Israel's cultural and political diversity. Rozei's designs, praised for their functionality and aesthetic appeal, are exhibited in various galleries, including the Tapuz Gallery in Jerusalem and the Umm el-Fahm Art Gallery.

Kindertransport anniversary shines a light on survivors

15 Mar 2023  |  www.jpost.com
The 85th anniversary of the Kindertransport, which saved nearly 10,000 Jewish children by bringing them to the UK, is marked by reflections on its legacy and memory. Dr. Amy Williams, a Postdoctoral Fellow, co-authored a transnational study on the Kindertransport's representation in museums and memorials. She and her mentor, Prof. Bill Niven, discuss the evolution of its memory from institutional to personal narratives. Frank Meisler's sculptures and cultural works like 'One Life' highlight the Kindertransport's impact. Williams emphasizes the importance of personal stories from survivors, underscoring the complexity of the Kindertransport as both rescue and family separation.

QJL Exclusive: Queens Jewish Native & Oscar Nominee Jesse Eisenberg Honors His Polish-Jewish Ancestry In ‘A Real Pain’

27 Jan 2023  |  www.queensjewishlink.com
Jesse Eisenberg, a Queens native and Oscar nominee, honors his Polish-Jewish ancestry in his film 'A Real Pain,' which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was acquired by Searchlight Pictures for $10 million. The film, set in Poland, explores personal and historical trauma through the story of two cousins on a heritage tour. Eisenberg's deep connection to his heritage and his family's history in Poland is evident in the film, which was shot on location in various Polish cities. The film will be released in theaters and on Hulu under the Disney umbrella.

Lublin’s Sorrowful Jewish Past Afflicts It To the Present Day

13 Jun 2022  |  centraleuropeanaffairs.com
Lublin, Poland, once a vibrant center of Jewish life, suffered greatly during the Holocaust with the decimation of its Jewish community. Efforts are now being made to educate about and revitalize Jewish culture in the city. The historical building of Rabbi Meir Shapiro's Rabbinical Academy, now Hotel Ilan, serves as a symbol of this revival. Recent commemorations and educational initiatives, such as the distribution of the book 'As If We Had Never Existed' by the Warsaw Ghetto Museum, aim to preserve the memory of the Jewish community and its contributions to Polish society.

Poland’s Brave Response to Russia’s War

10 Mar 2022  |  centraleuropeanaffairs.com
Poland has been actively supporting Ukraine in response to Russia's invasion, with citizens and organizations like Ukraine House in Warsaw aiding refugees. Volunteers provide assistance with accommodations and employment, while individuals like Iryna G. and Artem Vivdych contribute through coordination and NGO work. Protests in Warsaw call for NATO to 'close the skies' to Russian attacks, a move rejected by NATO members. The U.S. also declined Poland's offer to transfer MiG-29 jets to Ukraine. Polina M., a Ukrainian refugee, shared her harrowing journey to Poland and her husband's efforts as a medic in Kharkiv.

Putin's Russia Made to Help Lukashenko's Regime Survive

26 Nov 2021  |  centraleuropeanaffairs.com
Dr. Agnieszka Bryc, in an interview with CEA Magazine, discusses the migrant crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border, describing it as a hybrid war instigated by Belarus with Russia's indirect involvement. She suggests that the EU and NATO can counter this aggression through sanctions, border closures, and non-recognition of Lukashenko's regime. Bryc criticizes Poland's domestic-focused ruling party, Law and Justice (PiS), for its handling of the crisis and its reluctance to seek European aid. She also touches on the potential future crises in the Black Sea region and the limited effectiveness of BRICS in supporting Belarus. The interview highlights the complex interplay between domestic politics, international diplomacy, and security in the face of authoritarian threats.

Slovenia Revels In Olympic Basketball Glory

05 Aug 2021  |  centraleuropeanaffairs.com
Slovenia's national basketball team is one victory away from the Olympic finals in Tokyo, with the USA already waiting for an opponent. The team's success is largely attributed to Luka Dončič, who has led Slovenia to an undefeated streak in international play. Slovenia has won four medals at the Tokyo Olympics, a significant achievement for a country with only two million inhabitants. Dr. Simona Kustec, Slovenia’s Minister of Education, Science and Sport, expressed pride in the athletes and highlighted the importance of sports for national spirit and unity. Slovenia is also bidding to host future sports events, including the Women EuroBasket in 2023 and the Division 1 World Hockey Championships in 2022.

Athletic Prowess of Kobe Bryant Remembered

27 Jan 2020  |  community.thriveglobal.com
Kobe Bryant is remembered for his exceptional talent and influence in basketball, being compared to Michael Jordan and celebrated for his achievements, including 18 All Star games, 5 championships, and Finals' MVPs. Personal experiences, such as witnessing his dedication to practice and listening to sports radio discussions about his skills, highlight his unique approach to the game and life. His legacy was honored by the Maccabi Tel Aviv organization before a game in Tel Aviv.

Sea of Shadows: New Eco Documentary Serves to Save Endangered Species & Curb Cartels

02 Jul 2019  |  community.thriveglobal.com
National Geographic hosted the screening of 'Sea of Shadows' at the AFI Docs Festival, a film that won the Audience Award at Sundance and has been shown at the United Nations. The documentary, executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way, is directed by Richard Ladkani and focuses on the plight of the endangered vaquita whale in the Sea of Cortez, which is threatened by illegal fishing and Mexican cartels. The film features undercover investigators, environmentalists, journalists, and the Mexican navy in their efforts to save the vaquita and expose the black market for totoaba bladders. It also highlights the work of VaquitaCPR and Earth League International in their conservation efforts. The film aims to drive governmental policy change and curb environmental injustice.

Ukraine eyes options after collapse of INF Treaty

07 Feb 2019  |  kyivpost.com
The suspension of Russia's obligations under the INF Treaty and the planned U.S. withdrawal have reawakened fears of a nuclear arms race in Europe. The treaty's collapse has significant security implications for Ukraine, potentially allowing it to develop missiles with ranges previously prohibited. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has indicated Ukraine's readiness to respond to new challenges, including the development of missile defenses. The development of Ukraine's short-range anti-ship cruise missile, Neptun, is not covered by the INF Treaty, and with the treaty's collapse, Ukraine may pursue longer-range missiles. The situation also presents a challenge for Russia, which could be drawn into an arms race it cannot afford.

Humanitarian groups provide assistance to those affected by Donbas war

23 May 2018  |  www.jpost.com
Humanitarian organizations, including the HALO Trust and the Danish Demining Group, are actively providing assistance to civilians affected by the ongoing conflict in the Donbas region of Ukraine. These groups focus on mine removal, risk education, and various forms of aid to protect and support displaced individuals. Despite funding challenges, their efforts continue to bring hope and practical help to those impacted by the war. The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission reports significant civilian casualties and stresses the need for zero civilian casualties. Local and international collaboration remains crucial in addressing the humanitarian crisis.

And When I Die, I Won’t Stay Dead: a review of the Bob Kaufman documentary

09 Feb 2018  |  Empty Mirror
Billy Woodberry's documentary, 'And When I Die, I Won’t Stay Dead,' chronicles the life and legacy of Beat poet Bob Kaufman. The film explores Kaufman's influential poetry, his tumultuous life, and his impact on the Beat Generation. Featuring interviews with contemporaries and scholars, the documentary highlights Kaufman's struggles with political justice, personal trauma, and his unique contribution to the jazz poetry genre. The film is praised for its authentic portrayal and artistic vision, capturing the essence of Kaufman's revolutionary spirit and enduring influence.

I have been a working journalist for over 8 years, and have varied experiences in all facets of reporting, be it beat reporting, geopolitical analyses and features, in addition to arts reviews. I am based in Warsaw, and continue to accept freelance assignments. In May 2019, I published my novella, 'Reckless Abandon.' It has extended distribution, and is being sold at bookshops, record stores, and museum gift shops. It is also available to borrow at various libraries worldwide.

I have been a working journalist for over 8 years, and have varied experiences in all facets of reporting, be it beat reporting, geopolitical analyses and features, in addition to arts reviews. I am based in Warsaw, and continue to accept freelance assignments. Most of these articles here are features pertinent to my versatility as a writer, but mostly related to diplomatic and security analyses.

Still Boomin’ In Spite of It All: How Russia Seeks to Rebrand Its Image

20 Jul 2017  |  huffpost.com
Russia is actively working to rebrand its image as a modern, forward-leaning country with advancements in technology and trade. Hosting events like the BRICS summit and the Moscow Urban Forum, Russia aims to attract investment and cooperation, despite Western sanctions over actions such as the annexation of Crimea. Russian officials highlight positive aspects for further investment, while analysts discuss the Kremlin's media tactics and the mixed success of Russia's rebranding efforts.

Danish foreign minister set to 'reopen dialogue' with Russia

21 Aug 2015  |  upi.com
Denmark's Foreign Minister Kristian Jensen intends to reopen political dialogue with Russia, responding to a request for a top-level meeting. The move aims to influence issues such as the situation in Ukraine and cooperation in the Baltic Sea. The decision has faced criticism from former foreign minister Martin Liegaard and ministry spokesman Nick Haekkerup. Denmark and Russia have competing claims over the North Pole, with both submitting bids to the United Nations. Russia has also warned Denmark of becoming a nuclear target if it joins NATO's missile defense system.

Russian-U.S. space partnership stays on track

01 Apr 2014  |  rbth.com
Despite recent tensions in Russian-U.S. diplomatic relations, their partnership in space exploration remains strong. Both nations rely on each other for successful space missions, as evidenced by the history of collaboration since the space race era. The International Space Station serves as a current example of this cooperation, with both countries contributing to its operation and research. NASA's future plans may reduce dependence on Russia for space travel, but for now, the partnership is mutually beneficial for peaceful space exploration.

Money Laundering Charges Stymie Momentum For Bitcoin Currency As It Seeks Legitimacy In Financial World

17 Feb 2014  |  lawyerherald.com
Florida authorities charged three men with using Bitcoin for money laundering, potentially impacting the cryptocurrency's legitimacy. The decentralized nature of Bitcoin facilitates such illicit transactions. Regulatory bodies like FinCEN have issued guidance, but specific laws are lacking. High-profile cases, including the arrest of BitInstant CEO Charlie Shrem and the indictment of Ross Ulbricht, highlight the risks associated with Bitcoin's secrecy. Despite these issues, Bitcoin remains a powerful alternative to traditional payment methods.

Full of Sound and Fury: Unmasking Hassan Rouhani's True Intentions

09 Oct 2013  |  HuffPost
Despite hopes that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani might be a moderate leader, skepticism remains about his true intentions. Protests at the United Nations highlighted distrust towards Iran's charm offensive, believed to be a response to economic sanctions rather than genuine negotiation over the nuclear program. Rouhani has set preconditions for talks with the U.S., while protesters, including Iranian emigres, accuse the regime of severe human rights violations.

Fighting for Press Freedom in Russia

08 Sep 2013  |  PEN America
The article highlights the ongoing struggle for press freedom in Russia, focusing on the legal battles faced by journalists like Stanislav Dmitrievskiy and Oksana Chelysheva. Their book, 'The Tribunal For Chechnya,' exposes human rights abuses during the Chechen conflict and has faced attempts by Russian authorities to ban it. The article underscores the broader issue of press censorship in Russia, with organizations like the PEN American Center advocating for free speech. The narrative also touches on the personal risks and challenges faced by journalists in the region.

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