Fundamentally Freund: A Maccabean solution for the Gaza Strip
Just as the Hanukka candles that we kindle each night stand ramrod straight, giving off light in defiance of their surroundings, so too must Israel.
By MICHAEL FREUND
From self-hate to self-affection
Self-hatred speaks to an inner dissatisfaction with one’s nation and its values.
By NAPHTALI HOFF
‘A most sly and devious Cat’
By ALEX KLINEBERG
The swinging of the pendulum
Let us catch that spark which can kindle a world, a people, a person, thereby illuminating the causes in which we are involved.
By DAVID GEFFEN
The modern-day miracle of Israel
The grace of God is present here in this land, and what the Israeli people are continuing to share with the brotherhood of man across the globe is nothing short of a modern-day miracle.
By ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS
FOR ZION'S SAKE: Europe doesn't care about dead Jews
They want Israel to give the Palestinians what they believe the Palestinians deserve, even if unaccompanied by a termination of violence on the part of the Palestinians.
By Daniel Tauber
Poll dancing and wishful thinking
If Kahlon succeeds at pulling the wool over the eyes of voters who have an aversion to Netanyahu but see no alternative on the horizon, he will become the kingmaker of the upcoming elections.
By RUTHIE BLUM
REALITY CHECK: Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett’s vision for the future is truly disturbing
The reality behind Bennett’s playacting is deadly serious, and provides one of the most dangerous threats to Israel’s future as a Jewish and democratic state.
By JEFF BARAK
Letters to the editor: Dec. 22, 2014
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
THINK ABOUT IT: The case for realistic pragmatism
It isn’t just the make-up of the next government that is important, but who will stand at its head. Hopefully it will be someone who is motivated by the desire to find solutions to serious problems.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
The rabbinate’s animosity toward Christianity
International acceptance and global Jewish support for Israel as both a Jewish and democratic state must be founded upon respect for all faiths and an embrace of Jewish diversity.
By URI REGEV
Hanukka: Religious freedom in a unified Jerusalem
Readers should be shocked at Hanukka’s centrality in the Jewish world today, both in Israel and the Diaspora. How did this transformation even take place?
By ELI KAVON
By JPost Editorial
December 21: Cuba and Pollard
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Terra incognita: Jihadist Islamism: Our generation’s challenge
9/11 was not the first Islamist terror attack of its kind.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
People with special needs are a natural resource
Firstly, we must learn to listen to them – to their insights, life lessons and the ways they’ve learned to survive in this hard world.
By RAFI FEUERSTEIN
Pakistan’s open wound
The Taliban slaughtered 133 pupils and nine staff members.
By JPost Editorial
Harvard’s president stops an anti-Israel boycott against SodaStream
Even the president and provost were unaware of the divisive decision until they read about it in Harvard's school newspaper.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
Opinion: The US is no longer in Israel’s pocket
Deputy Knesset speaker: Israel is living on borrowed time.
By NACHMAN SHAI
Know Comment: International condemnations - Nu, so what!
Fret not over vacuous resolutions that ceremoniously pronounce upon Palestinian political rights.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
From autonomy to sovereignty: The Oslo Agreements and Palestinian statehood
Although Abbas’s demand for statehood is an abrogation of the Oslo Agreements, thus releasing Israel from its contractual obligations, the government of Israel seems unwilling.
By MOSHE DANN
Better energy: Eight goals for the next energy minister
Spread the innovation Israeli water and green energy technologies and strategies are some of the best in the world.
By YOSEF I. ABRAMOWITZ
UNRWA – a different perspective
UNRWA spokesman in op-ed says body welcomes legitimate discussions, as well as critical reviews, with stakeholders, including members of the media – such as 'The Jerusalem Post.'
By CHRIS GUNNESS
Yael's corner: True candles in the darkness
By YAEL ECKSTEIN
Over the last 66 years, the children of Israel have really outdone themselves.
By LIOR AKERMAN
‘Something rotten in the state of Denmark?’
It is that not Israel is being judged by criteria different to those applied to the region’s gory tyrannies, but that it is being judged by standards different to those that the EU judges itself.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
My Word: Seen, heard, ignored and the absurd
It was a week of moral outrages.
By LIAT COLLINS
The light of faith and courage of the heart
When we look at the story of the festival of Hanukka, we cannot help but wonder.
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
Dry Bones: Keeping the flame alive
After doing the Dry Bones cartoons for more than 40 years, I’m ready for the next step.
By YAAKOV KIRSCHEN
Sinai Today: Rededicating the Temple within
Hanukka presents an opportunity to reflect on the last 12 months, during which Israel and world Jewry have experienced traumatic times.
By RABBI WARREN GOLDSTEIN