Letters to the Editor: January 25
The Jerusalem Post should be the last paper on Earth that uses euphemisms like “Palestinian terrorist.”
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Canada's embassy belongs in Jerusalem
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government has unquestionably become the Jewish state’s most steadfast and outspoken ally.
By CHARLES BYBELEZER
The case against ICC's investigation of Israel
It is telling that Hamas has expressed satisfaction with the decision of the ICC to open an investigation of Israel’s military action during the recent war in Gaza.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
Parting shot: Facebook friends
How should you respond when a Facebook friend reveals that he’s dying? I couldn’t, and I didn’t.
By DAVID BRINN
Column one: Iran, Obama, Boehner and Netanyahu
The role of an Israeli leader is to adopt the policies that protect Israel, even when they are unpopular at the White House.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
The creation of a nation
The formation of the Jewish nation was utterly different from the creation of all other nations.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
Vetoes and morals
Obama’s argument in favor of “unity” with the other P5+1 members might make some tactical sense, but it hardly carries any moral weight.
By JPost Editorial
Some legal truths about the Palestinian ICC exercise
The court is new and has yet to establish itself as a viable and impartial juridical body.
By ALAN BAKER
Stop Obama from papering over the threat from Iran
Obama has essentially conceded an Iranian right to a nuclear enrichment program and to the centrifuge infrastructure for such.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
As I see it: The unsettling ICC gambit
The Jews are entitled to settle in the disputed territories: entitled legally, historically and morally.
By MELANIE PHILLIPS
Good Palestinians, evil Israelis
There is no relevant context, no real cause and effect – only Israeli brutality.
By REUVEN BEN-SHALOM
My word: Sorry, we won
What would the late father of Israeli satire Ephraim Kishon make of the situation in the world today?
By LIAT COLLINS
December 23: We’re bullies
Unequal, selective enforcement of laws and codes makes us bullies, hypocrites and demagogues.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Another Tack: Zionism and etrogism
Herzog got off on a flimsy technicality arising from inordinately generous legal interpretations which we may be forgiven for perceiving as a whitewash.
By SARAH HONIG
Islam: Religion, violence and modernity: An ongoing war
Dedicated to those who were murdered in Paris.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
CNN guest: Radical Norwegians and Buddhists present similar danger to Islamic terror
The time has come for my Muslim brothers and sisters to take back their faith from the killers who are hijacking it.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
A time for action
Jewish communities across the continent are at the breaking-point, as a result of the almost daily attacks and threats.
By MOSHE KANTOR
Parshat Bo: Children of Abraham must join hearts and hands
‘The Lord said to Moses: Stretch forth your hand toward the heavens, and there shall be darkness upon the land of Egypt, and darkness will be tangible…’ (Exodus 10:21)
By SHLOMO RISKIN
The Human Spirit: ‘Je suis Hyper Cacher’
The horror scene in Hyper Cacher continues to be eclipsed by the Charlie Hebdo massacre, a sidebar in the cause of protecting freedom of expression.
By BARBARA SOFER
Singing the song of Shabbat and unity in Beit Shemesh
From violence to election controversy, the suburban town nestled in the Judean Hills southwest of Jerusalem is likely most-known for unrest in Israel.
By YEHOSHUA (GENE) KWALWASSER
Reflections: Aliya: A matter of choice
It must be admitted that there is something ingenuous about telling people to come to Israel
because they will be safe here when we have all seen that there is no less terror here than in France.
By REUVEN HAMMER
In Plain Language: Return of the native
While the reign of Napoleon, and the Emancipation, brought official acceptance and recognition of Jews and Judaism, the general French public retained much of its anti-Semitism.
By STEWART WEISS
This Normal Life: Roman vs Jewish law
In the Roman legal tradition... laws would be considered ‘divine’ if they were grounded in reason
and the ‘natural’ world. Such laws would be rational, universal, eternal, unwritten and unchanging.
By BRIAN BLUM
Paris attacks underline foreign jihadist threat
There remain unanswered questions about whether the Paris terrorists were merely potentially inspired by AQAP and/or IS, or if either group played a role in the attacks.
By ANDREW HAMMOND
Islamophobia and anti-Semitism in France: A problematic comparison
Many journalists reacting to the recent terror attacks in France have argued that Islamist terrorism in France did not grow in a vacuum.
By JOSEPH VOIGNAC
French aliya: Romance vs reality
In the face of these threats, French Jews are following the classic response patterns.
By PINCHAS LANDAU
Encountering peace: The choices we must make
If he remains in power, Netanyahu will lead Israel into international sanctions and increasing boycotts.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Washington watch: Kicking around the Jerusalem football
Sen. Ted Cruz is trying to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Media comment: The media take us for a walk
Our media should be ashamed of itself.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
January 22: Says it all
Isi Leibler says it all in his outstanding column.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR