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Israel's biggest daily newspaper is boasting a new international correspondent - Madonna.

The Material Girl's byline is on the front page of yesterday's issue of Yediot Ahronot with an excerpt from her upcoming article headlined: "How My Life Changed."

The paper translated her words into Hebrew. Madonna's full article is to be published tomorrow.

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Madonna isn't Jewish but she has adopted the Hebrew name of Esther and studies Jewish mysticism.

In her article, the 50-year-old entertainer describes her religious awakening almost 14 years ago, saying she realized fame and fortune were not the end but the beginning.

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