How does a foreign correspondent cope with the burden of reporting on suicide bombings, riots and political failures in the Middle East? An atheist living in Jerusalem, Irris Makler looks at human stories on all sides of conflict. In her new book 'Hope Street, Jerusalem' she writes about these stories and how friendship in the form of fellow journalists, people on the street, and a certain canine help her through the daily grind.

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