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Charles Levinson

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Email: c***@***.com
Local Address: Israel
Wall Street Journal
200 Liberty Street
New York, New York 10281
United States

Company Description: The Wall Street Journal is the world's leading business publication with more than two million subscribers and is the largest U.S. newspaper by total paid...   more

Employment History


  • UC San Diego
  • Lowell High School
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Today's Wall Street Journal ... [cached]
Today's Wall Street Journal includes an article by WSJ Israel bureau chief Charles Levinson titled, Israel's Foes Embrace New Resistance Tactics. THe article basically says that Hamas and others have figured out that more peaceful, "non-violence, in the tradition of the American civil rights movement would be far more effective... there is more to gain by getting Israel to draw international condemnation through itrs own use of force, rather than by attacking the country. It's bizarre, but using what reminds one of Orwellian double-speak, the WSJ quotes Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev, "People who are provoking violence are using peaceful protest as a cover. Googling the article author, thinking the article was a bit pro-Israel point of view, I found that he is villified by one Israel supporting website that celebrated with joy, the murder of the nine on board the Mavi Marmara aid ship.
Iraq : World Defense Review of military affairs and foreign policy news, 14 Aug 2006 [cached]
Christian Science Monitor, 17 Apr 06, by Charles Levinson
Christian Science Monitor, 30 Mar 06, by Charles Levinson
Christian Science Monitor, 06 Feb 06, by Charles LevinsonSunni tribes turn against jihadis'Sheikh Osama al-Jadaan, head of the influential Karabila tribe in Sunni Arab-dominated western Iraq, is more politician than traditional sheikh these days.He's given up his dishdasha and Arab headdress for a pinstripe suit with a silk handkerchief in his breast pocket.'
Christian Science Monitor, 30 Jan 06, by Charles Levinson
Christian Science Monitor, 12 Jan 06, by Charles Levinson
Iraq's 'terps' face suspicion from both sides |, 12 Sept 2004 [cached]
Iraq's 'terps' face suspicion from both sides
The US has isolated its Iraqi interpreters, worried they could be working with insurgents.
By Charles Levinson | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor
MOSUL, IRAQ - He's known at the US military base here as Roger, from the radio lingo used in old American war movies that he watched to learn English.
Like the other Iraqi interpreters working with the Americans, he is certain that if his identity were revealed he would be killed.
To protect his family he visits them only once a year, even though they live just minutes away, and his friends think he works for a cable TV company overseas.Roger's concern for his and his family's well-being is not overblown.Interpreters here - known by US troops as "terps" - estimate that in Mosul alone 50 to 60 of their colleagues have been murdered by insurgents.
By Charles Levinson, TBS ..., 2 July 2008 [cached]
By Charles Levinson, TBS Contributing Editor
Charles Levinson is a freelance journalist who writes for The Christian Science Monitor, The San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, Dallas Morning News and The Guardian.He is a TBS contributing editor and the former news editor of Cairo magazine.
By Charles Levinson - ..., 13 Nov 2008 [cached]
By Charles Levinson - USA Today
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