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Peace talks in crisis
Netanyahu loses majority for deal to extend talks with Palestinians
American mediators have been trying to broker an agreement in which Israel releases a fourth round of Palestinian prisoners.
Israeli-Palestinian negotiations continue as deadline nears
Palestinian Authority: ‘Holding our people in Israeli jails is a war crime’
Report: Thailand thwarts Hezbollah plot to attack Israeli tourists
'Bangkok Post' reports that police arrested two figures, one of whom admitted to being a Hezbollah agent.
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Jews cast doubt on origin of anti-Semitic flyers in Donetsk
The leaflets were handed out by several Balaclava clad men carrying a Russian flag.
Messianic Jews court controversy with 'Jesus in Auschwitz' video
Clip depicts Jesus bearing the cross just as he is about to be sent to the gas chambers at Auschwitz.
US releases $450 million of frozen Iranian funds, citing compliance to nuclear deal
IAEA report: Iran diluted 75 percent of its stockpile of 20 percent enriched uranium; State Department says Tehran meeting commitments.
IN PHOTOS: The Jews of Kaifeng, China hold Passover Seder
According to some, the Kaifeng Jews are the descendants of Sephardi traders who settled in China during the 8th or 9th century.
Former Iran atomic agency head tells about sabotaged material, deceiving IAEA
Israeli official says comments "should serve as a wake-up call to anyone who has any doubt about the duplicity of the Iranian regime.
Religious leaders call for peace at memorial for Kansas Jewish center shooting victims
US Attorney-General Holder says every hate crime "an affront to who we are," as three killed in Kansas shooting remembered.
Putin warns of 'abyss' on Ukraine, and in relations with US
US, Russia, European Union and Ukraine ostensibly agree on a political structure to de-escalate the crisis.
Charlie Abutbul announced as mob figure who died of gun shot wound
Underworld figure had been well-known Netanya organized crime figure for decades; police say they still don't know if Abutbul committed suicide.
Violent clashes between IDF and Palestinians break out in Hebron
Dozens of rioters angry at Israel over its failure to release prisoners from its jails throw stones at IDF soldiers.
Kerry condemns call for Jews to register in Ukrainian city
Separatists in Donetsk deny involvement in circulation of documents calling for Jews 16 and up to register at occupied government building.
Hungary and the Jews
Letter from America: Kerry’s reality-check time, questions t...
MICHAEL M. COHEN
Shabbat for everyone: Hol Hamoed Pesach, 5774
Making a case for space
Peace and indigenousness
No peace without recognition
Who succeeds Mahmoud Abbas?
Washington watch: Winds of change, or just wind?
The Hirsi Ali debacle
Analysis & Features
Yin and Yang
Plutonium in the Islamic Republic: Make-or-break issue or simply a decoy?
McQueen to Maskit: The mind behind the brand
Spiderman is Jewish, screen star tells British paper
Missouri mayor endorses suspected Kansas killer’s views
IN PICTURES: Iranian man saved from the gallows at last minute
Shin Bet arrests Israeli-Arab journalist for alleged contact with Hezbollah
21 children injured in Tel Aviv amusement park accident
Thousands congregate for Priestly Blessing at Western Wall
Israeli-Palestinian peace talks set to resume Thursday
This Week in History: Four hanged in secret at Acre
Israeli tourists injured in bus crash in Argentina
The Plaza Tshuva Group’s Park Bavli Towers Project
Bavli - the most prestigious and desirable neighborhood in Tel Aviv, is aimed at people who dream of living in the center of the city, yet still want to live close to nature and be part of ...
Holocaust commemoration scroll available online to Jews around the world
Scroll was written specifically so that the memory of Holocaust will never be forgotten, give unifying meaning to Holocaust Remembrance Day, rabbi says.
Az – the great and powerful
Who else can withhold his actions for the sake of giving all people freedom of choice?
Chabad delivers 200,000 shmura matzot to soldiers
Matzot donated baked in Kfar Chabad, and sent in packages of three to soldiers; IDF Rabbinate provides shmura matzot to any soldier who requests them.
An English oasis in Safed
By MIRIAM KRESH
The Edyth Geiger Memorial Library is both a community center and haven for book lovers in the Galilee
The new fairy-tale princess
By SARAH CHIN
‘Gangly Sister’ presents educated heroines for young girls
Dance review: Ruth Ziv-Eyal's 'Rujum'
Ruth Ziv-Eyal's dance depicts a female’s journey from one rujum to the next, crossing a river on her way.
Passover blood libels, then and now
Passover is a festival of redemption, a day when we celebrate our forefathers’ exodus from Egypt.
The other side of Carla Bruni
With the political aspect of her life behind her, France’s former first lady is back to making music, and will be bringing her show to Tel Aviv next month.
European Leadership Conference 2014 - Brussels, Belgium
The ELC 2014 Conference began on Sunday, March 30 and ended on Tuesday, April 1. The conference, which focused on facing the next decade, was thought-provoking and included discussions on youn...
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Jan Karski: An Authentic Hero
Another New York Times Op-Ed
Moses in human rights garb
Passover is the freedom from self-denigration
The Jewish Problem, Sources: Paul of Tarsus, Part 1
Peace process blame game won’t help the parties get there
Brandeis gets it right on Islam
Knesset committee public protocols lack key voting information
The Social Guard, an NGO that reports on the Knesset's activities on social issues has 12 observers at the Knesset.
Secular, religious and haredi get together in unity march
March of 400 from Ramat Gan to Bnei Brak was organized by several groups including Gesher, an NGO dedicated to greater cohesion in society.
Bus fire shuts down Road 1 for hours
The main artery from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, was shut down for hours; some 200 buses have burned through 2013.
An exhibition of historic KKL-JNF photographs on glass at the 3rd International Photography Festival, held at the Carmel Wineries in Rishon LeZion. The exhibition runs until April 19.
Environment & Technology
Leviathan gas reservoir partners bid on Cyprus gas supply project
The tender calls for the supply of between 0.7 to 0.95 billion cubic meters of natural gas annually to the Cypriot market.
Latet’s new app raises aid for needy families
The new "Emojew" app created by humanitarian aid organization Latet has already received some 7,900 donations for Passover meals.
Millions to visit nation's parks during Passover holiday
Nation's parks preparing trails and campgrounds for expected 2 million visitors during the Passover holiday week.
Health & Science
Health panel favors reform for additional insurance
Uniform supplementary health policy for country’s four health funds would cover surgery, second opinions regarding operations.
Hot dog stuck in trachea sends boy to hospital in critical condition
When paramedics arrived, the five year old was without a pulse after a piece of a hot dog became stuck in his airway.
IDF combat medics at Amdocs become United Hatzalah medics
New class of IDF combat medics mark graduation from the United Hatzalah combat medic-to-civilian emergency medical technicians’ course.
Yellow-and-blue snatches nail-biting win
Maccabi Tel Aviv comes back from double-digit deficit in closing stages to force overtime on the way to crucial win.
State Soccer Cup: Kiryat Shmona and Netanya set up cup final showdown
Kiryat Shmona claims 2-1 victory over Hapoel Beersheba to advance to State Cup final in three weeks.
ATP Tour on verge of return to Israel
For the first time in 18 years, Israel is set to host major tennis event this September.
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Kinneret watch: 1.135m from upper red line
Bennett gives 'Jpost' an inside look at the local economy
A one-on-one interview with Economy Minister Naftali Bennett about free market, hi-tech and unemployment.
Evolving from ‘start-up nation’ to ‘exit nation’
Labor MK and chairman of the Knesset Economics Committee, Prof. Avishai Braverman, talks cconomics and innovation
Globetrotters bounce into Israel
The Harlem Globetrotters, have a history of almost 90 years, during which time they have performed in over 120 cou
Passover: Becoming a Jew of the ages
Time rules our life. From the moment we are born, until our time is up – literally! – we are governed by time and
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