My Word: Headlines and bottom lines
The news is what you see and what you don’t get to see, and why you do or don’t get to see it.
By LIAT COLLINS
Revisiting the peace process: Jordan-Israeli relations
Over the last year, we have heard much about the possibility of a long and just peace between Israel and Palestine.
By HRH PRINCE EL HASSAN BIN TALAL
As I See It: The academic intifada
The global demonization of Israel and the Jewish people is gathering terrifying pace and ferocity, not least on university campuses.
By MELANIE PHILLIPS
The POSTman Knocks Twice: Statesmen and politicians - Why we mourn Yitzhak Rabin
For the people who place peace above land, it is mourning both the man and a lost opportunity.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
On chicken droppings and lame duck Obama’s plans for Israel
Israel is likely to be a prime victim of Obama’s last-stand aggressive foreign policies.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Jerusalem: Between Ferguson and Damascus
Do we act like our neighbors in Damascus and Cairo, meeting protests and violence with escalations of violence? Or do we act like America, where excessive force is considered a grave offense?
By BARRY LEFF
Another Tack: Zissel means sweetie
No squawk was raised anywhere about the fact that Abbas’s Fatah movement officially exalted Zissel’s murderer as a ‘heroic martyr.’
By SARAH HONIG
Parshat Lech Lecha: Possessiveness – the character of a Sodomite
The Sodomites preferred not receiving help if only not to be obligated to give anything to anyone else.
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
Restoring relationship with US is vital interest to Israel
It is vital to restore the dialogue between Washington and Jerusalem in order to return to joint strategic planning.
By DANNY AYALON
Bibi needs to mend Israel-US ties
Netanyahu should initiate a gesture of reconciliation, perhaps a phone call, or maybe a special envoy to Washington, to appease the angry ones there.
By NACHMAN SHAI
Column One: Being safe while isolated
Yehudah Glick has spent the better part of the last 20 years championing the right of Jews to pray on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Consider This: Countering the big lie
Palestinian big lies seem to be gaining more, not less, steam.
By NAOMI RAGEN
In Plain Language: Heroes and villains
Whenever I get depressed or disenchanted by the state of Jewish affairs, I throw some cold water over my face and look in the direction of some of the amazing people within our Jewish community.
By STEWART WEISS
The Human Spirit: BRCA on my mind
The testing for BRCA, a simple blood test, was the easy part; contemplating the result had huge ramifications.
By BARBARA SOFER
This Normal Life: Trekking memories from Nepal
Throughout our trip to Nepal... I imagined I might return someday to do the full circuit... After what happened earlier this month, would I still entertain the possibility?
By BRIAN BLUM
Out There: ‘Moving units’ in ‘The Oval’
Ever notice that businesspeople – say the guys selling air conditioners – never talk about selling air conditioners, but rather about “moving units”?
By HERB KEINON
Media Comment: The legacy of Communications Minister Erdan
Upon becoming minister, Erdan identified a number of actions which could affect large parts of the population.
By YISRAEL MEDAD,ELI POLLAK
Washington Watch: Voters, politicians prove Mencken right
The happiest outcome of this election will be an end to the tsunami of emails, phone calls, flyers and attack ads.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Encountering Peace: No tango going on at all
By GERSHON BASKIN
October 29, 2014: Bibi and Barack
Readers respond to the Jerusalem Post's latest articles.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The trial of Malala
I, too, am a Malala, and I, too, am a servant of Education.
By RASHIDUL BARI
Congress must stand against a deal with Iran
The US must be clear and unequivocal: there will be no reductions in sanctions without verified steps to show that Tehran is abandoning, not just freezing, its nuclear weapons program.
By TED POE
Candidly Speaking: Obama is seeking a confrontation with Israel
We will not be denied the right to construct homes in our capital or in the major settlement blocs, which will remain within Israel.
By ISI LEIBLER
The return of the NINA signs: No Israelis need apply
For Israeli professors or employees of an Israeli institution of higher learning, the American Studies Association has decided that “No Israelis Need Apply” to attend their annual conference.
By PAUL MILLER
Conflict over Israel’s cuisine
The toxic menu at Conflict Kitchen leaves a bitter taste on the palate of pursuers of peace.
By SKIP GRINBERG/GREGG ROMAN
By any means necessary: What Ehud Olmert can teach Obama about Syria
The fight with IS is requiring more and more manpower and airpower – and these demands will not let up anytime soon.
By BRYAN SCHONFELD/JOSHUA R. FATTAL
Her crime was self-defense. She struck down an attacker as he tried to rape her when she was still a teenager in 2007.
By JPost Editorial
Noah's vineyard and the burden of destiny
Noah is a tragic figure. Noah is a hero. Noah, ultimately, is human.
By ELI KAVON
Letters to the editor: October 29
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A role for covert action against Islamic State
The introduction of covert action operations could buy time for the next administration.
By ANDRÉ LE GALLO