Q&A: Why no war can stop David Broza's music
In a wide-ranging interview, veteran Israeli singer tells Premium Zone why he hasn't lost sight of the hope he spread with his first song 'Yiheyeh Tov' (It will be okay).
By TAMARA ZIEVE
This week in history: Savage battles rage through Jordan
Premium special: A glimpse into historical moments in Israeli news from this week in 'The Jerusalem Post' front covers.
By CAROLINE FRANK
Tikkun olam in Hebrew
The spiritual longing for a more just and beautiful world
has always been the soul of Judaism
By MICHA ODENHEIMER
Report from the battlefield
A new book presents evidence that Israeli women’s liberty is being threatened by deepening religious extremism
By JANICE WEIZMAN
Report from the battlefild
A new book presents evidence that Israeli women’s liberty is being threatened by deepening religious extremism.
By JANICE WEIZMAN
Comfort from calvin
Comfort from calvin
By HAIM WATZMAN
The Final Curtain
Movie mogul Menahem Golan’s career had a resonating
impact on Israeli cinema
By MICHAL LEVERTOV
Atop Mt. Intel
David Perlmutter, who rose to become the most senior Israeli corporate executive, shares his insights on implementing radical innovation at very big companies.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
The human cost of war
Steven Sotloff freelanced for The Jerusalem Report from Mideast hot spots, finally meeting a tragic death in Syria, a country he cared for deeply.
By ILAN EVYATAR
A school for sick kids breaks educational ground
By ANDREW FRIEDMAN
Sino-Indian ties: Need for patience
Beijing is said to have realized recently that the ongoing Islamist terrorist attacks against it are being inspired, funded and militarily aided by the same sources as those against India.
By JAGDISH N SINGH
Radicalized, trained and battle-hardened,homegrown Western jihadis are becoming a growing threat
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
The GUNS OF AUGUST
Inside the Kurdish-Islamic State war
By JONATHAN SPYER
ISRAEL'S LONG ARM
The Navy’s new submarines provide vital second strike capability.
By YOSSI MELMAN
A house divided against itself
Can the prime minister’s quarrelsome coalition endure, given the sharp differences between its right and the center left?
By LESLIE SUSSER
A deplorable decision
The government remains committed to building settlements rather than peace.
By YARIV OPPENHEIMER
Is Abbas serious?
The Palestinian leader’s threats to go to the ICC are misguided, self-deluding and fraught with non-sequiturs.
By ALAN BAKER
A legal right and a moral imperative
Israel holds legal title to all land that is not privately owned in Judea and Samaria.
By ODED REVIVI
Some good news from the Gaza front
When landlords no longer want to rent to Hamas, being a terrorist starts looking less attractive.
By EVELYN GORDON
Does moderate Islam exist?
Until the leading Islamic scholars provide a peaceful theology that clearly contradicts the violent views of the IS, the existence of a “moderate Islam” must be questioned.
By TAWFIK HAMID
Hot off the Arab press
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East.
By COMPILED BY THE MEDIA LINE
Chicken BBQ, American style
Actually, you don’t need a barbecue to enjoy barbecue sauce. My mother used to prepare tasty ‘barbecued chicken’ by baking chicken pieces in a bright red barbecue sauce in the oven.
By FAYE LEVY AND YAKIR LEVY
Matrimony made easier
If you're planning on getting married or being a wedding guest any time soon, make note of these made-in-Israel digital services.
By PATRICIA CARMEL
As sweet as honey
The House of Bees and Honey at Kibbutz Yad Mordechai is home to more than 5,000 beehives, making it the largest apiary in all of Israel.
By MEITAL SHARABI
The making of a bachelor pad in Tel Aviv
Sometimes the most unusual designs come from mom.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
Taking refuge amid the Golan vines
Fleeing to the North (but not too far North) is the thing to do for those looking for some postwar escapism.
By NOA AMOUYAL
The Israeli art world could not possibly work without Facebook.
By BARRY DAVIS
A journalistic rite of passage
Visiting reporters learn about conflict at the source.
By DAVID BRINN
Veterans: Catching the curveballs of life
Naomi Baum has perfected stability – from marriage to work,war to disease.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Book Review: Confronting Israel’s apartheid accusers
A journalist who witnessed segregation in South Africa seeks to show Israel has little in common with the country he grew up in.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN