Daniel Estrin is NPR's international correspondent in Jerusalem.
Since joining NPR in 2017, he has reported from Israel, Gaza, the West Bank, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates. He has chronicled the Trump Administration's policies that have shaped the region, and told stories of everyday life for Israelis and Palestinians. He has also uncovered tales of ancient manuscripts, secret agents and forbidden travel.
He and his team were awarded an Edward R. Murrow award for a 2019 report challenging the U.S. military's account about its raid against ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Estrin has reported from the Middle East for over a decade, including seven years with the Associated Press. His reporting has taken him to Britain, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Jordan, Russia and Ukraine. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The New Republic, PRI's The World and other media.
- Conflict Between Israelis and Palestinians Continue In Jerusalem
- Israeli-Palestinian Clashes Escalate In Ramadan Night Violence At Al-Aqsa Mosque
- Israel Turns To A Centrist Politician To Try Building A New Coalition
- Netanyahu Opponent, Yair Lapid, Given 4 Weeks To Form New Government In Israel
- Dozens Crushed To Death, Scores Injured In Stampede At Israeli Religious Festival
- Dozens Killed, Injured In Stampede At Religious Festival In Northern Israel
- Grim Picture Emerges After Stampede At Religious Festival In Israel
- Palestinian Authority Postpones Parliamentary Elections
- Palestinian President May Postpone Election
- Israel Accused Of 'Apartheid' Crimes By Human Rights Watch
- Ramadan Violence: Israeli Police Clash With Palestinians In Jerusalem
- Religious Leaders Had To Fight Disinformation To Get Their Communities Vaccinated