Yael's corner: Through the eyes of a deeper truth
By YAEL ECKSTEIN
The new battle for the Golan
Israel’s supreme interest is to expand the period of time between conflicts and not to narrow it; there is no need to display on every occasion our ability to reap destruction.
By NACHMAN SHAI
And the world is silent
Atrocities are being committed throughout the Middle East.
By LIOR AKERMAN
Column One: Iran - Unafraid and undeterred
Israel’s January 18 strike on Iranian and Hezbollah commanders in Syria showed Israel’s strategy wisdom and independent capacity.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Know comment: Experience versus experiment
Israelis want Netanyahu and Ya’alon’s vigilance, not the unpredictability of Herzog and Livni.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Into the fray: The demise of Israeli patriotism?
The Israeli political discourse has been afflicted by pronouncements that could have easily been drawn from the Orwellian lexicons of 1984.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
My word: Time warp trouble
That so-called ‘atomic clocks’ are keeping more accurate time than the rotation of Earth, necessitating a ‘leap second,’ worries me a lot less than Iran’s atomic plans and ticking time bomb.
By LIAT COLLINS
International Holocaust Remembrance Day was commemorated this week.
By Mati WAGNER
70 years later: Universal lessons for our time
The world commemorated the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz this week.
By IRWIN COTLER
Politics: The insider’s guide for the politically perplexed
A look at how the parties made out in the quest to draft the best lists possible, before the election finally shifts to policies and platforms – one hopes.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Behind the lines: A major victory – but hard to replicate
Kurdish liberation of Kobani does not signal in any way the beginning of the end for ISIS.
By JONATHAN SPYER
The last line of defense
The ‘Post’ tours the West Bank checkpoints that are meant to keep terrorists out, while causing a minimum of disruption to the fabric of life of Palestinians.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
January 30: 70 years
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Strength in restraint
How prepared are we for a northern version of Operation Protective Edge?
By JPost Editorial
Consider This: My Parisian family
A shudder went down my spine when I read that Amedy Coulibaly had a map in his pocket pointing to all the Jewish schools in Paris.
By NAOMI RAGEN
A Fresh Perspective: Getting down to elections - Defining Zionism
The elites use their power to promote destructive policies which endanger the existence of the State of Israel. Of course, they do so in the name of great principles, such as Zionism or democracy.
By DAN ILLOUZ
Police and Thieves: The murder of a witness – a cause for outrage
By BEN HARTMAN
Grumpy Old Man: By any name you please
Call it what you want, but ‘Speechgate’ was born of foolishness and arrogance. Even reversing it will leave major damage.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
Out There: The changing of the bulbs
These days, its not that easy changing a bulb.
By HERB KEINON
By JPost Editorial
Opening the door to Judaism's big tent
That question is not “who is a Jew,” but rather “what does it mean to be Jewish.”
By ELIE WIESEL
The US-Israel relationship: Senate retreat on the Iran sanctions
Israel is an important factor, but not the primary reason for this legislation.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
The Jewish future: Beyond Right and Left
A hallmark of modernity for Jews has been a vigorous embrace of politics.
By ELI KAVON
Letters to the Editor: January 29
We cannot blame only our prime minister for overblown, shaky, rattling and rolling relations with somewhat lame-duck foreign administrations.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Investing in professional development of agency staff members
There are enormous financial and human resource pressures on voluntary organizations today.
By STEPHEN G. DONSHIK
Hands off Sarah Netanyahu!
True, Israel is like a family, dysfunctional in our own way. But, dear family, let’s not say Sarah and mean Bibi.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
Cry, Argentina, cry
All of you, come to Israel. They try to kill Jews here, too – but the price is much higher.
By GILAD SHARON
Encountering Peace: The Peace Bridge
No one is deluded enough to believe that the Arab parties running on a single list means that there is real unity among them.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Israel’s crossroads: The Zionist Camp or Netanyahu’s Titanic
The Right’s “strategy” of ignoring the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and internal cleavages within Israeli society has done infinitely more harm than good.
By NOAH ARBIT
What the PM must say
Why should Netanyahu bother addressing Congress? Does he still have a purpose in going there? I believe he absolutely does.
By SHERWIN POMERANTZ