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Jonathan Freedland
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    (February 25, 1967- )
    Born in United Kingdom
    Author and columnist
    Political and literature correspondent for the British newspaper 'The Guardian'
    Contributed as a columnist to 'The Washington Post,' 'The Los Angeles Times,' 'The New York Times,' 'Salon' 'Harper's' and 'Politico'
    Published several thriller novels under the pen name Sam Bourne
    He followed his father Michael's footsteps in becoming a journalist.
    He contributed to the British tabloid 'Daily Mirror.'
    He describes his views on Israel as 'Freedland Zionism' (this meant that Jewish occupation “the 45-year long occupation is jeopardizing the founding Zionist goal of a Jewish, democratic state).
    His first thriller novel 'The Righteous Men' received scathing reviews.
    He can be a deadpan snarker at times.
    He was awarded the David Watt Prize for Journalism in 2008.
    In 1992, he was awarded Laurence Stern fellowship from 'The Washington Post.'
    Despite the scathing reviews, 'The Righteous Men' became a runaway bestseller in the UK.
    In the media, he has also contributed to PBS, MSNBC, and BBC.
    He is good friends with fellow liberal columnist Michael Kinsley.

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