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As a columnist and the Jerusalem correspondent for The Jerusalem Post, Daniel K. Eisenbud has been on the front lines of Jerusalem's civil war for over six years. Daniel covers multiple daily breaking news developments in the capital, including: terrorist attacks; rioting; police and Shin Bet activities; crime; protests; political developments; Palestinian affairs in East Jerusalem; home demolitions; criminal courts; religious affairs; archeological discoveries; and cultural developments.

He is a regular contributor and analyst for Sky World News in London, and has been asked to appear on a breadth of popular news programs throughout the world, including Fox News, MSNBC, BBC, CBS Radio, Canada’s CTV, and Al Jazeera, among others.


He has lectured about Jerusalem in several countries, including Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, and Israel.

Daniel’s column, “Eisenbud’s Odyssey,” (originally entitled “A (Not So) Innocent Abroad” as an homage to his literary hero Mark Twain) is far-reaching and diverse. It covers subjects ranging from political commentary, cultural criticism, diplomatic relations, media analysis, human interest, and general-humor pieces.

His columns have been syndicated and translated in Russia, China, India, Africa, South America, Europe, the United States, Canada, Iraq, Afghanistan and North Korea.

He is a multiple award-winning editor from Hearst Magazines and Dow Jones, former New York City Government spokesperson under Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, and former US police and criminal courts daily newspaper reporter.

Daniel is the proud grandson of two Holocaust survivors. He made aliyah from New York City at age 37 without a friend or family member in the country to honor his grandmother, Carola Iserowski Greenspan, the sole survivor of a once thriving family from Poland murdered during the Shoah for being Jewish.


After being absorbed at a kibbutz in the Negev Desert in July of 2010 for six months with immigrants from across the globe to learn Hebrew and acclimate to his new country, Daniel moved to Jerusalem to work at The Jerusalem Post, where he went on to become an internationally read and respected columnist and reporter. 

Daniel holds a B.A. in Communication and History from Boston University, and an M.A. in Journalism from New York University. He lives in Jerusalem.