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Haggai Hoberman Wikipedia
Haggai Hoberman (Hebrew: חגי הוברמן; b. 24 Nisan 1959) is an Israeli journalist and author.
Hoberman grew up in Haifa and his military service was with the Nahal brigade in Kfar Etzion. Subsequent to completing his army service, he continued to live in the village and worked as a welder in the Amgazit factory. In 1984, after Netzarim was established, he moved to that kibbutz and lived there for three years until his marriage after which he moved to Bnei Darom. He began his journalistic career with the Zra'im journal from Bnei Akiva. Later, he began work as the night editor at HaTzofe, and then the settlement affairs correspondent for fourteen years. In 2007, after HaTzofe had been bought out, he became the military affairs correspondent for Makor Rishon.