Column One: Managing Obama’s war against Israel
Our current situation is unpleasant. But it isn’t the end of the world.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
March 27: Spy vs spy
What I cannot understand is the capitulation to an enemy that chants “Death to America” at every opportunity.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Yemen as a symptom
The loss of Yemen as a US partner gives the al-Qaida offshoot more room to plot and train.
By JPost Editorial
Parshat Tzav: Distinguishing between the important and the unimportant
We must be careful not to fulfill mitzvot externally, and be able to distinguish between the important and the unimportant.
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
J Street U’s ‘March on Hillel’
J Street U students have repeatedly lambasted the donors who care that their money is spent on genuinely pro-Israel events.
By DANIEL MAEL
Sinai Today: Heaven’s ambassador
Learning from the life of Yehuda Avner.
By WARREN GOLDSTEIN
Yael's Corner: Welcoming a flight to freedom
The Land of Israel is the Jewish homeland, and each time a Jewish person comes home, this land is more complete.
By YAEL ECKSTEIN
We need electoral reform now
Only a strong, stable government can stand up to the gangster-like union leaders and carry out true and lasting policy change.
By LIOR AKERMAN
Preventing runaway Palestinian statehood
Netanyahu is completely within the consensual tradition of all Israeli leaders in insisting on a performance-based peace process.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
The rising tide of anti-Semitism
There is a hatred growing throughout Europe that is causing Jews to wonder if they should leave.
By RONALD S. LAUDER
Restarting the US-Israel relationship depends on the Palestinians too
If real positive Palestinian change would occur, that would generate the greatest impact for change on the Israeli side.
By ABRAHAM FOXMAN
The Start-up Nation ventures into Jewish EdTech
The writer says utilizing technology will help reach Jewish students who can’t afford a formal Jewish education.
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
A Fresh Perspective: Campaign report card
By DAN ILLOUZ
Police and Thieves: Public Security Ministry - Always the bridesmaid
If the Likud and other parties in the coalition believe actions speak louder than words, a great place to start would be with the Public Security Ministry.
By BEN HARTMAN
Grumpy Old Man: Flip, flop and fly
Bibi can deny he’s a racist. Maybe he isn’t. But he’d better come to down to where there’s more oxygen if he doesn’t want to sound like one.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
Out There: After the flood
Like so many others, I’m relieved the 2015 elections are over.
By HERB KEINON
Kippot against hate
On Saturday night, at a South African nightclub, three Jewish teenagers wearing kippot were physically assaulted and verbally abused by three thugs.
By JPost Editorial
No change at all
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The myth of the ‘Wandering Jew’
The myth of the Wandering Jew is precisely that: a myth.
By ELI KAVON
Olim are the key to the future
One-third of Katzrin’s proud residents are olim from the Former Soviet Union – veteran olim and new olim, just like me.
By DMITRY APARTSEV
Following the defeat of Islamic State in Iraq: Growing Iranian dominance
Islamic State has aroused many forces against it, both Arab and non-Arab, but primarily the latter.
By YOEL GUZANSKY
Gaining light, not darkness, from a tragedy
According to the 2012 New York Jewish Population study, 32 percent of the New York area’s 1.54 million Jews – or some 492,800 people – identify as Orthodox.
By ELI VERSCHLEISER
Brainwashed in Berlin
At a book opening in Jerusalem to promote his recently translated Catch the Jew, Tuvia Tenenbom spoke about how he came to write his book.
By MOSHE DANN
British prudence – a wise teddy bear
An individual’s life and actions are the products of the personality and qualities he was born with, his upbringing, and the circumstances, experiences and events he has undergone.
By GILAD SHARON
Media comment: Don’t let the media judge itself
Ominously, the opinion polls seemed to reflect more the opinions of media personalities, executives and editors as well as the owners of media outlets than those of the man in the street.
By YISRAEL MEDAD,ELI POLLAK
The 2015 elections and Israeli governance
In the coming days, reams of commentary will try to explain the Israeli election results, focusing on who won, who lost, and why.
By YOHANAN PLESNER
Washington watch: US Jews, Israel drifting apart
The gap between Israel and American Jewry widened dramatically in the wake of the Israeli elections, which laid bare tensions that have been building steadily.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Encountering peace: Palestinians – get over it and recognize the Jewish nation state
By GERSHON BASKIN
Is Obama strong-arming Netanyahu into unity deal with the left?
Following the Likud’s decisive victory in last week’s elections, Netanyahu will soon be tasked by Israel’s president with forming a coalition government.
By AARON KLEIN
Netanyahu’s ‘not on my watch’
The reasons for this ongoing debacle should be crystal clear to anyone with an open and unprejudiced mind.
By ZALMAN SHOVAL