Liberman likens EU to Nazis in light of reported plan to label settlement products
For first time in weeks, Netanyahu, Bennett meet for coalition talks
How will the latest anti-boycott law ruling affect BDS?
Meet the New MK: Yaron Mazuz
MDA still helps unify next generations of families 70 years after Holocaust
Jerusalem plans international multi-institution fertility and genetics center for city
Weizmann Institute researchers regenerate heart cells in mice
Chief scientist says startups boom but fail to grow into mature companies
Jerusalem Mayor Barkat lauds haredi startups
Plan to prevent collapse of seafront cliffs gets green light
How was the moon formed? Israeli researchers shed new light on subject
Concert review: Paganini of Mandolin
Dudu Fisher recalls the family that saved his own in the Holocaust
Unfinished musical business
Primus, Casablancas join rock festival
Banin’s Hapoel Haifa faces crucial relegation clash at Acre
Mac TA in big hole after Fenerbahce thrashing
Israel’s Shatilov favored for another podium finish at Euros
Familiar feeling of pressure for Maccabi Tel Aviv
Bombshell report: Former army chief suspected of leaking state secrets
IDF officer discharged for leaking security information
WATCH: Palestinian boy steals Israeli flag in Jerusalem neighborhood
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Senior Hamas official calls to abduct Israelis
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French PM calls hatred of Jews 'insufferable', pledges 107 mil Euro against anti-Semitism
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Obama says will sign bill allowing Congress to review Iran deal
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04.18.2015 | 29 Nisan, 5775
According to senior diplomatic officials in New York, the US may work to raise discussion of the Saudi peace plan after the new Israeli government is sworn in.
By SHLOMO SHAMIR/MAARIV ONLINE
Netanyahu has sought to walk back comments made before the election campaign that a Palestinian state would not be established on his watch.
Over 1,000 Israeli companies operate in the US, employing over 100,000 employees in over 40 states.
By NIV ELIS
Previously the President has refrained from speaking of religion, but during the Easter prayer breakfast, he listed Christianity as a strong influence in his life.
By ARIEL COHEN
"Together we must stand against bigotry and hatred in all their forms."
In extensive meetings with some of the most powerful Jewish organizations in the country, the president hopes to get support for landmark deal.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
As Hillary Clinton launches her second run for the White House, Hollywood Democrats appear ready to deliver a far more unified front than greeted her last campaign.
US president extends holiday greeting before hosting annual White House Seder.
"My problem is President Obama seems to be making a deal that is very problematic with that Haman, and at the same time leaving Israel without a protector,” Riskin says.
President Obama has announced he is going back to the drawing board.
By DAVID SINGER
It is extremely concerning that the idea of supporting Assad, however peripherally, seems to be infiltrating mainstream political thinking in parts of Europe.
By NEVILLE TELLER
As presumptive Democratic nominee enters race, campaign for the White House in 2016 begins in earnest.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Speaking to reporters later, Obama made plain the two countries would still have their differences.
What can we believe in a world of spin and manipulation?
By YOSSI MELMAN
Michele Bachmann said on Wednesday that Obama was “a deranged pilot flying his entire nation into the rocks” by seeking an accord with the Islamic Republic.
Candidate calls to “do an Eichmann” on US President Barack Obama
By JERRY LEWIS
People who were polled were most concerned about threats related to potential terror attacks
Top US diplomat Kerry heads to Switzerland to continue talks with the Iranians on reaching a deal to contain their disputed nuclear program.
Obama extends executive order originally signed in March 1995.
Senator takes overt swipes at senior administration officials involved in negotiations.
US President talks exclusively to Reuters at White House.
If a miracle happens and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu completes his entire next term in office, the next election would be held on November 5, 2019.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The president views Netanyahu as a force disrupting what he sees as a chance for a lasting legacy – a deal to remove Iran’s nuclear threat.
By HERB KEINON
Senior US officials were caught by a genuine sense of surprise with word of Isaac Herzog's trouncing.
DC signals displeasure with comments on two states; Obama expected to call in coming days.
After surprising win, Netanyahu's first call should be to the White House
Clearly the result that many of Obama's supporters had hoped for - a repudiation by Israeli voters of Netanyahu's hard-line approach - was not to be.
Campaigner said that voters should remember that "Hussein Obama" is in the White House and only a strong Likud can stand up to him.
US actor says "those who believe that deal-making is the solution to what Israel faces are as wrong as Neville Chamberlain believing he made a peace deal with Hitler."
Source tells Fox that an investigation is underway into US State Department's funding of the OneVoice organization.
Reports indicate the US is planning a major diplomatic push after the Israeli elections this month.
A new poll conducted by Bloomberg news finds that a partisan shift may represent a watershed moment for American and Israeli relations.
Top US negotiator with Iran, Wendy Sherman, says US wants to ensure that it will take Iran at least ten years to get the materials necessary to create one nuclear bomb.
By DANA SOMBERG/MAARIV HASHAVUA
A battle of words between the two leaders offers insight on Iranian nuclear talks.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
There are numerous commonalities between the illegal migrants crises that the US and Israel are experiencing.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Obama warned Republican lawmakers not to "prejudge" the agreement or "try to use a procedural argument essentially to screw up the possibility of a deal."
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Netanyahu has set the Israeli government on a path of continued confrontation with the United States that President Barack Obama now seems eager to take on.
By NOGA TARNOPOLSKY,REUTERS
"Israel shares the view that upon the expiration of the nuclear agreement with Iran, the latter's breakout time to achieve nuclear weapons will be zero,” Netanyahu said.
Nuclear deal "leaves the pre-eminent terrorist state of our time with a vast nuclear infrastructure," PM tells NBC.
By HERB KEINON,TOVAH LAZAROFF
The White House said Obama called Netanyahu to discuss the agreement reached with Iran to limit its nuclear program.
The US president says progress on the nuclear front does not diminish concerns about "Iran's sponsorship of terrorism and threats towards Israel,"
The Congress members issued the demand last week at a meeting with deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes, Politico reported Sunday.
Recent events between Obama and Netanyahu have exposed a widening rift between the two leaders.
Shlomo Riskin of Efrat says Obama disrespectful to Netanyahu, Israel, 'future of world.'
By GREER FAY CASHMAN,JEREMY SHARON
According to officials in the US and Israel, Ron Dermer's standing in the White House is so tarnished that he is practically "persona non grata."
The Obama administration's role during the Israeli election was allegedly larger than reported in the US.
Loan guarantees serve both as an emergency stop-gap for a crisis and a means of lowering Israel's borrowing costs.
Cruz receives extended applause after criticizing Obama's relationship with Israel.
Some in Jerusalem viewed White House threats of 'reassessing' ties as a way of putting Israel on the defensive, US House Speaker Boehner to visit Israel.
Days after Netanyahu's victory, US President Obama calls him.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,MICHAEL WILNER
After Netanyahu seems to backtrack on his original remarks, White House press secretary says PM's statement during election campaign call into question his commitment to the pursuit of peace.
Obama administration signals patience with Netanyahu running out.
"Shift in policy" from prevention to containment of a nuclear Iran, Netanyahu says; Obama talks of urgency to reach a deal this month.
"It was the State of the Union Address the Republicans wanted, delivered by a leader they wished they had."
By NOA AMOUYAL
New York Times calls Netanyahu's speech "political theater" while the Washington Post says he should be taken seriously by Obama.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,NOA AMOUYAL
The president was absent from the prime minister's address.
Prime minister makes address to Congress despite opposition from the White House; says days are over when Jews remain passive in face of genocidal enemy.
By MICHAEL WILNER,HERB KEINON
Defending controversial address to Congress, PM says days are over when Jews remain silent in face of annihilation threats.
Since the White House said on Tuesday that Obama would sign the bill, it has sought to reassure anxious negotiating partners.
White House spokesperson says "significant steps" had been taken by Republican members to make the bill a bipartisan measure.
In response to the agreement between Obama and Congress, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham stated that Iran will not allow US domestic politics to derail nuclear negotiations.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee is scheduled to debate and vote on Tuesday afternoon on the measure put forward by Senator Bob Corker.
BESA Center’s Efraim Inbar tells ‘Post’: ‘US-Israel relations are on a collision course’ because US doesn’t have will to act against Iran.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
"Even a guy with the title 'Supreme Leader' has to be concerned about his own constituencies," Obama said.
Obama told 'The New York Times' that the greatest security threat for the Sunni Muslim Gulf was not Shi'ite Iran but poor governance and extremism at home.
The former top diplomats said that the framework agreement with Iran effectively concedes any option of using military force to compel Iranian compliance.
The bill would require Obama to submit the final agreement to Congress and prohibits him from suspending, waiving, or otherwise reducing congressional sanctions for 60 days.
"We are absolutely convinced we can do it again," Obama said of the international sanctions, which have crippled Iran's economy.
"We want Iran not to have nuclear weapons because we can't bank on the regime changing," Obama says.
Case involves compensation for victims of the 1983 Lebanon US Marine Corps barracks bombing.
"This deal denies Iran the plutonium necessary to build a bomb. It shuts down Iran's path to a bomb using enriched uranium," he said.
Obama reiterates the United States' "enduring commitment to work with partners to address Iran's destabilizing activities in the region."
Diplomatic officials in Israel slam the framework agreement saying it will not lead to nuclear capabilities for peaceful purposes, but rather for war.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,HERB KEINON
Obama has been reviewing military aid to Egypt since 2013 when the Egyptian army ousted former president Mohamed Morsi.
PM points out elements "apparently" in nuclear deal that Obama said last year are things that Iran does not need in order to have a peaceful program.
Rift appears between France and the United States over the wisdom of a deadline.
Fox News reported that Senate panel is probing OneVoice organization's funding of V15.
In an interview with Vice News, the president said that the letter was "close to unprecedented."
Monday's open letter to Iran's leaders, signed by 47 Republican senators, sparked a political firestorm.
"In thirty-six years in the United States Senate, I cannot recall another instance in which Senators wrote directly to advise another country," the vice president said.
The subtext of the GOP letter to the Iranians is: Think twice before signing a deal with a lame-duck president.
Group of 47 senators says any agreement not approved by Congress is a mere executive agreement that can be revoked.
When asked whether Iran’s nuclear program could be stopped with diplomacy, 53% said no, 27% said yes and 20% said they did not know.
Iranian FM: Tehran will not accept "excessive" and "unacceptable" demands; says Iran will continue nuclear talks with P5+1.
Daily Show host's "Oy Voted" segment pokes fun at recent Israeli election.
A presidential duty to defend and even reconcile Islam.
By DAVID PARSONS
As long as there is such a highly polarized political atmosphere in Washington, a rational decision-making process will be impossible to maintain.
By JPost Editorial
Great leadership is grounded on clear values.
By GHANEM M. NUSEIBEH,ELI EPSTEIN
It is not merely that the US is deterred by North Korea, and therefore is willing to humiliate and endanger South Korea to avoid having to contend with Pyongyang.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Wittingly or not, Obama had cast himself in the role of the ineffectual Officer Krupke whom the street-wise juvenile delinquents seek to impress with their hard-luck spoof.
By SARAH HONIG
Obama’s accolades are misplaced.