Nuevo Mundo Israelita (NMI) is a Jewish newspaper published weekly in Caracas, Venezuela. Founded in 1943 by Moisés Sananes with the name "El Mundo Israelita". In 1973, the main Venezuelan Jewish institutions decided to merge it with the monthly "Unión" and the magazines "Maguén" and "Menorá" to create a new institutional and official weekly, "Nuevo Mundo Israelita". It is distributed freely to the Venezuelan Jewish community, and also to journalists and intellectuals in the Venezuelan society. It publishes articles written by its own journalists and collaborators, opinion notes, community news and articles of religious interest. Also employs or translates into Spanish articles originally published in other international Jewish media including , Haaretz, The Jerusalem Post, The Times of Is

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  • Nuevo Mundo Israelita (NMI) is a Jewish newspaper published weekly in Caracas, Venezuela. Founded in 1943 by Moisés Sananes with the name "El Mundo Israelita". In 1973, the main Venezuelan Jewish institutions decided to merge it with the monthly "Unión" and the magazines "Maguén" and "Menorá" to create a new institutional and official weekly, "Nuevo Mundo Israelita". It is distributed freely to the Venezuelan Jewish community, and also to journalists and intellectuals in the Venezuelan society. It publishes articles written by its own journalists and collaborators, opinion notes, community news and articles of religious interest. Also employs or translates into Spanish articles originally published in other international Jewish media including , Haaretz, The Jerusalem Post, The Times of Israel, Israel Hayom, , , Yediot Aharonot, etc. In March 2016, its webpage (), launched in 2003, was thoroughly modernized. Since 2009, Nuevo Mundo Israelita has a Twitter account (@mundoisraelita). The editors of Nuevo Mundo Israelita have been:Alberto Bierman (1973–76),Pablo Goldstein (1976–81 and 1984–86),Priscilla Abecasis (1981–84),Judith Crosignani (1984),Isaac Nahón (1986–87 and 1988–89),Oro Jalfón (1987–88),Néstor Garrido (1989–90),Estrellita Chocrón (1991–96),Francís Rosales (1996–99),Gustavo Arnstein (2000–08),Jacqueline Goldberg (2008–11) andSami Rozenbaum (2011–present), NMI includes sometimes a section in Judaeo-Spanish language with articles from , Şalom, Aki Yerushalayim and . (en)
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  • Nuevo Mundo Israelita (NMI) is a Jewish newspaper published weekly in Caracas, Venezuela. Founded in 1943 by Moisés Sananes with the name "El Mundo Israelita". In 1973, the main Venezuelan Jewish institutions decided to merge it with the monthly "Unión" and the magazines "Maguén" and "Menorá" to create a new institutional and official weekly, "Nuevo Mundo Israelita". It is distributed freely to the Venezuelan Jewish community, and also to journalists and intellectuals in the Venezuelan society. It publishes articles written by its own journalists and collaborators, opinion notes, community news and articles of religious interest. Also employs or translates into Spanish articles originally published in other international Jewish media including , Haaretz, The Jerusalem Post, The Times of Is (en)
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