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
December 19: Looking for logic
Has anyone a logical answer?
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Whitening the list
The EU removed Hamas from the terror blacklist this week.
By JPost Editorial
Here and There: The elections merry-go-round... and its consequential fallout
There can be no doubt that the current electoral system we ‘enjoy’ in Israel will continue to provide governments that simply cannot govern.
By BRENDA KATTEN
The paradox of who is a Jew
There is total pandemonium when only the ideal reigns, while the realistic and the workable are ignored.
By NATHAN LOPES CARDOZO
Crime: The campaign issue that won’t be
The police had an atrocious year, as mafia wars raged and the organization was racked by
By BEN HARTMAN
Grumpy Old Man: Misconnect controllable
It might not have been the flight from hell, but a recent attempt to make it home from the
US was surely a taste of airline purgatory.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
A Fresh Perspective: Simply put - The Right does good, the Left does bad
The Right is still trying to fix the various economic problems that plague Israel due to the socialist policies with which leftists have led the country since its inception.
By DAN ILLOUZ
Time for a Center-Left government
Since Ehud Barak’s short, tumultuous rule in the late 1990s, Israel has had one Likud prime minister after another.
By ADI BEN-YEHEZKEL
Obama's Cuba 'lovefest': A real move to check Russia?
Alarmingly, the Russians in recent months have been using Cuba to build up a menacing Cold War-era presence at America’s doorstep.
By AARON KLEIN
Obama’s tin ear
Jonathan Pollard is being severely punished for deeds he never committed.
By KENNETH LASSON
The unholy coalition of radical Islam and social Leftists in Europe
What began as a submission to the Arab embargo has resulted in more than 40 years of non-stop incitement, propaganda and constant condemnation of Israel.
By MATAN ASHER
BBC’s world without terror
The term “terrorist” is perceived by the BBC to be too loaded; Its reporters resort to more neutral terms, even when the brutality involved in the violent crime against innocent civilians is obscene.
By RAPHAEL COHEN-ALMAGOR
Facing new opportunities in Europe?
Israel should aspire to cooperate with the political parties which are truly committed to the liberal-democratic tradition
By YEHUDA BEN-HUR
Washington Watch: Herding cats
The next two years are likely to be as unproductive as the past two.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Israel: Theocratic republic, ethnic democracy or modern secular nation-state?
Why does the term “Jewish democratic state” evoke such mental distress and emotional discomfort for some?
By JOSE V. CIPRUT
Encountering Peace: The missed opportunities
Olmert and Abbas agree that with another few months’ time, they would have reached an agreement.
By GERSHON BASKIN
December 18, 2014: More is less
Readers respond to the latest 'Jerusalem Post' articles.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Media Comment: Did the media single out Netanyahu?
Our observations during the past 20 years support the conclusion that the Israeli media has a distinct preference for the left-wing camp.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
‘Labriut’ – To health!
A common measure of a population’s health is its average life expectancy and “good health” is a much more holistic concept than the simple notion of life or death.
By LIORA BOWERS
Can America win a war against radical Islam when it refuses to even identify its enemy?
Dr. Jasser and the AIFD are trying to lead the fight against the Muslim Brotherhood and its network of American Islamist organizations and mosques, which seek to control organized Islam in America.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
There are too many working poor; In 2013, 5.7 percent of families living under the poverty line were families in which both parents work.
By JPost Editorial