Israel Hayom reporter wins B’nai B’rith award for Diaspora reporting

Journalist Ariel Kahana receives annual prize for coverage of antisemitism in the US

Israel Hayom reporter Ariel Kahana. (Courtesy)
Israel Hayom reporter Ariel Kahana. (Courtesy)

The B’nai B’rith organization has recognized Israel Hayom reporter Ariel Kahana as its annual award winner for excellence in Diaspora reporting.

Kahana received the award on Thursday in recognition of his reporting on antisemitism in the US, Israel-Diaspora relations and the influence of the pandemic on those relations.

Yisrael Katzover of Hamodia received a certificate of merit for his reporting on Jewish communities in Arab countries.

Writer Shlomo Nakdimon received a lifetime achievement award.

The B’nai B’rith World Center Award for Journalism has recognized excellence in reporting on the Jewish Diaspora and Israel-Diaspora relations since 1992.

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