A little late, but... the New York Times has a run down of all the rich Jews queuing up to buy The Jerusalem Post – or, as it calls it, that “Small but Special Israeli Daily.”
In the lead: Can West, owned by Canada’s Asper family. (Safe but boring)
Close behind: Chaim Saban, the Israeli-American half-owner of Fox Family Worldwide and producer of the Power Rangers. (“Take that, Ha’aretz!”)
In with an outside chance (not really): The UK’s Jewish Chronicle. (Not even worth commenting on.)
Least likely: former Israeli MK and convicted criminal, Shmuel Flatto-Sharon.
"People read it all over the world," Mr. Flatto-Sharon said, "and it's important it stays patriotic. That's worth a couple of cents." (Convicted criminal? A couple of cents? By the sound of things, already in line with the management philosophy of the Post’s current owners, Hollinger. Perhaps in with an outside chance after all).