Netanyahu: Israel, US discussing new security aid package unrelated to Iran deal
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Edelstein 'going crazy' over Knesset's inactivity
Shaked pushes bill to stiffen penalties against rock throwing
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FIFA ban would be a 'tsunami' for Israeli soccer, former top official says
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Rishon to face J’lem in semis, Haifa levels series with Eilat
Sela outplayed by Tsonga at French Open
IsraAID sending team to join Texas flood relief effort
If Catholic Ireland said yes – could Israel ever do the same?
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IDF to lift seizure order on yeshiva in Yitzhar settlement
Palestinians drop bid to suspend Israel from FIFA
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Snakey move: Security forces find viper placed at scene of West Bank riot
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Prince William to address London Jewish fundraiser
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Belz Hassidim ban women from driving in UK
'The Godfather' drops out of play due to writer's Nazi sympathies
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Saudi cleric's fatwa: Women only watch soccer to look at men's thighs
UN report finds continued non-compliance by Iran in nuclear probe
Agreement on punitive Iran sanctions remains elusive
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World No Tobacco Day to be marked on Sunday
Rambam Medical Center's AID seminar aims to save lives in Africa, create goodwill abroad
Environmentalists claim victory as sand mining to stop at Samar
Netanyahu on natural gas: We will not repeat mistakes of other countries
Kahlon recuses himself from gas sector
Experts call for urgent construction of wastewater treatment facilities in West Bank
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05.30.2015 | 12 Sivan, 5775
PM pans Palestinian bid to have Israel suspended from soccer's world governing body after motion is dropped; says peace only achievable through direct talks.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
According to official, if proposal sincere "it would seriously enhance Israel's diplomatic credibility."
By MICHAEL WILNER
The EU's Federica Mogherini said Thursday that bringing about a solution "is as much in Europe's interest as it is in the interest of the region."
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The international community has been skeptical with regard to Netanyahu’s commitment to a two-state solution, particularly after he made statements against it on the eve of the March 17th election.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
"Every well-run and responsible country, particularly those with sensitive security issues, check people as they enter and exit," Ya’alon said.
Netanyahu tells Blatter that ‘sport is a vehicle of goodwill.’
By ALLON SINAI
Palestinian Authority officials say they will only meet if Israel agrees to a number of preconditions
Après avoir été sacré grand prêtre de la politique, Netanyahou conduira finalement
une coalition étroite. Entouré de rivaux plus hostiles que jamais, son leadership est menacé
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
The prime minister's election day faux pas has been deliberately misconstrued by omitting its second half
By EVELYN GORDON
After religious Zionists handed him victory, he spat in their faces – proving they really do need a party of their own.
Jewish leaders and international officials convene in Jerusalem beginning tonight.
By SAM SOKOL
After finally putting together all the pieces of the puzzle, how long can Netanyahu keep his coalition together and is his government really as hawkish as it seems?
By GIL HOFFMAN
Prime minister says defense assistance package is not a “quid pro quo” for the Iranian nuclear deal
By HERB KEINON
For first time, PM announces intention to run for unprecedented fifth term.
Netanyahu invited Lapid to meet with him as part of a series of meetings with the heads of opposition factions.
The prime minister called on Sen. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana to join in applying pressure to avoid a rushed nuclear deal with Iran.
Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel responded with a thinly-veiled threat to break apart the coalition, which currently has the minimum 61 seats.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,LAHAV HARKOV
Likud MK Elkin, who lost his strategic affairs ministry to Likud no 2, Gilad Erdan, asked for the Jerusalem affairs portfolio despite PMO's agreement to work in tandem with Jerusalem's mayor, Barkat.
Ministers approve pushing off date to pass budget to November 5; opposition MKs complain government is not letting Knesset work.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Gold was once ambassador to the United Nations and currently the head of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Decision could also impact whether Ashkenazi returns as one of the most formidable figures in politics.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Israel: Peace essential precursor to arms control; UN’s Ban disappointed on failure to narrow differences
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,REUTERS
Nonetheless, Shmuli did say that any government measure that would improve the socioeconomic lot of the country’s weaker constituencies would be supported by the opposition.
In an interview with Israel Radio on Friday, Likud MK Tzachi Hanegbi was asked to comment on Obama’s comments to 'The Atlantic'.
The report, written by the Prime Minister's physician Dr. Tzvi Berkovitz, gave the Prime Minister a clean bill of health.
Decisions will also be made next week on who will chair the three Knesset committees controlled by Likud.
President says in Atlantic interview he cares so deeply about Israel that he's motivated to criticize continued settlement activity, comments from Netanyahu.
Joint List chairman Aiman Odeh: “I am coming out of a meeting with the prime minister that was not easy.”
By LAHAV HARKOV,ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,JPOST.COM STAFF
Rabbi Druckman discusses the controversy over conversion, integration of the Ethiopian immigrant community and speaks of Shavuot as the beginning of the Jewish people’s mission in the world.
By JEREMY SHARON
Joint List head sees meeting as opportunity to appeal for equal fund allocation, more access to education and larger budget for Arab municipalities.
The most powerful Jewish voice in the room.
A list of influential Jewish figures who have impacted the world last year, and have the potential to affect change in years to come.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Netanyahu replied this week in writing to questions from the Post on the occasion of being selected to lead its annual list of the world’s most influential Jews.
Erdan asked for the Foreign Ministry but instead has been offered only a bolstered Public Security portfolio
The Joint List chairman said he would appeal for an equal allocation of funds, more access to education, and a larger budget for Arab municipalities
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,GIL HOFFMAN
Tourism Minister Yariv Levin, who was given the public security portfolio, temporarily, is willing to give it to Erdan.
"There may be a peace process between Netanyahu and Silvan Shalom," Herzog said sarcastically.
Cabinet approves long list of deputy ministers.
The new government is convening in order to take its official photograph as well.
Tensions between Netanyahu and Erdan intensified Monday when the latter vowed to fight to dismantle the Bezeq Internet infrastructure monopoly.
Motion, proposed by Yesh Atid, falls by a 59-56 vote.
Zionist Union leader takes jab at PM for "waging a war on the media," after firing of Communications Ministry director.
Reform by Kulanu head Kahlon could be stymied by former interior minister.
“Only under Israeli rule will there be freedom of worship for all religions in Jerusalem,” says PM.
Netanyahu has faced criticism for appointing the hawkish Hotovely rather than MKs Tzachi Hanegbi or Avi Dichter, who both are more moderate.
Avigdor Liberman vowed not to join Netanyahu's coalition unless it committed to enacting a law requiring the death penalty for terrorists.
“It will be very difficult to maintain this coalition for the full four-and-a-half year term,” Tzachi Hanegbi said.
Gilad Erdan said, "I promise to continue to serve you faithfully as a member of Knesset from the front row. I know that job."
From bearing grudges to centralizing power, the prime minister has a reputation for making life difficult for himself.
In latest of coalition appointments, Ya'alon set to carry on post at Defense ministry and Akunis appointed to communications ministry.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,GIL HOFFMAN
The debate will continue on Wednesday morning, culminating in votes on the bill’s final readings late that night.
By GIL HOFFMAN,YONAH JEREMY BOB
PM speaks at Knesset ceremony marking 70 years since the Soviet victory over the Nazis.
Yisrael Beytenu chief Avigdor Liberman, who surprisingly refused to join Netanyahu’s coalition, was sarcastic in his opening remarks to parliament.
By ARIK BENDER,JPOST.COM STAFF
PM addresses crowd at the opening of the 5th Global Forum for Combating anti-Semitism.
Respondents believe Kahlon will fail to fix housing crisis.
"I know that you are always prepared for the next mission wherever it may be and according to the news, that chance may be upon us," PM says.
Liberman vowed to give Russian-speaking immigrants the contact information for Netanyahu and coalition chairman Ze'ev Elkin to enable them to complain.
Netanyahu pledged to place Israel on a stronger diplomatic footing while also working to bring down the cost of living.
Yesh Atid founder said that Netanyahu’s gambit to add ministerial positions in order to accommodate his coalition partners amounts to “a betrayal of the public’s trust.”
Netanyahu posted a congratulatory message to Cameron on Twitter early Friday afternoon, and called him personally on Saturday night.
Court cases, parliamentary maneuvers postpone swearing-in of next coalition.
MK adviser to ‘Post’: The majority of Druse serve in the army with many in combat units; “If we are good enough to go to war, we are good enough to be in the government.”
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Wisconsin governor is one of a slew of possible Republican candidates, and although he has not yet announced, he is polling well among Republicans.
Prime minister's wife testifies against Mani Naftali in former house manager's case of alleged poor treatment.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will begin the process of appointing the Likud’s ministers, deputy ministers and Knesset committee chairmen.
Netanyahu is expected to tackle the issue at the request of the Bayit Yehudi Party, which was the last of the Likud’s four coalition partners to finalize a deal to enter the government.
In an interview with Channel 2, Livni said that her purpose of being in politics “is not to assume any kind of ministerial position, but to pursue an ideological path.”
A cartoon by Avi Katz.
By AVI KATZ
Does the PM really want a small shaky government or would he prefer a large stable administration ostensibly committed to a two-state solution?
By LESLIE SUSSER
Readers respond to the latest 'Jerusalem Report' articles.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
This year, organizers have put transgender people, the oft-ignored last quarter of the LGBT acronym, in the center.
By FRONTLINES PODCAST
Features' Editor Noa Amouyal provides insight into the challenging process of whittling down potential candidates to 50 for this year's Shavuot holiday list.
After his election victory, Netanyahu outraged most of the country, including his own colleagues, by initially singling out the haredim and capitulating to all their demands.
By ISI LEIBLER
In an unusual and disturbing departure from the normal and accepted relationship between states, US President Barack Obama has criticized the composition of the new Israeli government.
By YEHUDIT KATSOVER AND NADIA MATAR
These dyed-in-the-wool liberal critics of Israel’s policies are actively working to rally American Jewish opinion against Israel by stepping up their condemnations of the prime minister.
By SHERWIN POMERANTZ
As if one needed any more proof of the fact that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s main concern is his own political survival, along came his onslaught on the Communications Ministry.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Last Sunday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired Communications Ministry director-general Avi Berger.
By RUTHIE BLUM
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has some explaining to do.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
He attracts large crowds to events at which he’s the guest of honor, he is still pursued by the international media and he continues to receive foreign dignitaries.
Naftali Bennett deserves a medal of honor from the Religious Zionist community.
By AVI BERKOWITZ
New governments in Israel, especially if they are not left-wing, do not receive the traditional 100 days of grace.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
Last week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a new 61-seat coalition government.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
One possible direction involves Israel and its relations with the Palestinians and the moderate Arab countries.
By ELIE PODEH
During his speech at Thursday night’s Knesset session, it became clear why Zionist Union leader Isaac Herzog failed at the ballot box in March.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The problem is a complete divide within the nation, where half the nation is on one side, and half the nation is on the other side.
As with any other celebrity-couple’s breakup, the Bibi-Yvette divorce begs analogies, none of which seems to work.
It’s hard writing about a new government when you can’t find it.
By LIAT COLLINS
The Vatican announced this week that it was poised to sign a treaty with the Palestinian political leadership.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Had just a handful more seats swung the other way in this election, the results would have been drastically different.
By STEWART WEISS
Readers respond to the latest 'Jerusalem Post' articles.
Unbelievably, Netanyahu bought the votes of the ultra-Orthodox Shas party.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
"When the quiet is violated in Gaza, Israel often responds militarily but in a limited way."
By RICHARD BELL
Each of the players extorted enough from the prime minister to enshrine himself as the hero of his base, but secured the disdain of all the others.
By DANIEL TAUBER
With regard to “Netanyahu facing Likud rebellion over portfolios” (May 8), we finally seem to have a government – but at what cost?
In every election, millions of votes go to waste as Labor voters in staunch Conservative areas, or vice versa, futilely cast their ballot with no ability to influence the final outcome.
By JEFF BARAK
On May 6, at the twelfth hour, incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was able to inform the president that he had managed to form a new coalition.
The war against real estate investors has altogether failed to deflate the real estate bubble.