What is IsraelAM?
IsraelAM is a daily email newsletter that summarizes the top Israel news stories of the day along with other interesting or newsworthy items.
Where do you get your news stories?
IsraelAM uses news stories from major Israeli and Jewish Hebrew and English news websites including:
Haaretz, Jerusalem Post, NRG.co.il, Yediot Ahronot, Maariv, Walla, Yisrael Hayom, Globes, JTA, Reuters, Associated Press, Channel 2 News, Channel 10 News, Arutz Sheva, Charedim 10
We also use major US sources like CNN, NYT, WSJ, etc.
Is your content original?
We summaries the news stories in our own words and provide links to the source articles. We do not do original reporting of the news. You can check out today’s issue here.
What is your political or ideological viewpoint?
We just report the news without injecting our own viewpoint. In the rare event that we do offer our opinion, we’ll do so in brackets or let you know in some other way that we’re doing so. We are, of course, pro-Israel.
Who reads IsraelAM?
Most of our subscribers are located in the US, with a decent number in Israel, Canada and the UK. We also have subscribers in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Mexico, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Denmark, China, Japan, Austria, Portugal, Greece, Belgium, Ireland and Saudi Arabia (can you believe that!).
According to our recent survey, most of our subscribers are Jewish, but we also have a significant number of Christians including quite a few ministers. The political leanings of our subscribers are centrist, with a decent number leaning to the right and a smaller number going left.
Who funds IsraelAM?
IsraelAM is tax exempt under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). Donors can deduct contributions to IsraelAM under IRC Section 170. We are self funded and we receive many donations from our subscribers. We would love to find a financial benefactor or sponsor to help us continue our mission of helping English speakers throughout the world stay connected to and informed about Israel. If you’d like to support our mission please click here.
Are donations to IsraelAM tax deductible?
IsraelAM is tax exempt under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). Donors can deduct contributions to IsraelAM under IRC Section 170. We accept donations online via credit card or by mail. Click here to donate.
Can I advertise on IsraelAM?
If your company product or service is related to Israel and benefits our audience, please reach out to us at email@example.com.