Listen guys, you're taking a good product and wrecking it.
The problem is not the content. You have plenty of excellent content and many fine journalists and writers.
The problem is that your website is so heavily laden with code and various pop-ups that it is exceedingly difficult to read from a home computer or private lap-top. What is the point of going to the Jerusalem Post if the screen is going to constantly freeze-up?
I will not access that excellent content because you have made it too damn difficult for me to do so.
I will not read the Jerusalem Post if doing so is little more than an exercise in frustration, which is precisely what it is.
Look at the Times of Israel. Leaving content aside, the browsing and reading experience is much, much better. It's not even close. The TOI is user-friendly while the Jerusalem Post is anything but.
You guys need to figure a way to trim back the excessive code so that people without high-speed corporate internet connections can read your material without it turning into a major hassle.
Let me know when you do.