Kerry, Saeb Erekat to discuss 'way forward' in Washington
Swedish FM: We hope Israeli ambassador will return
Army detects rocket launch from Gaza
Intermittent clashes dot tense quiet in Jerusalem
Security official: Jerusalem rioting could persist for weeks, even months
Israeli right-wingers launch campaign of incitement against Rivlin
Ya'alon comes to Rivlin's defense, slams 'harsh language' aimed at president
Sweden says relations with Israel excellent, despite recalling of ambassador
SodaStream to relocate its sole West Bank factory
104% increase seen in children’s deaths from drowning this year
Rx for Readers: Shining bright from the water pipe
Hadassah union chief blasts management
Health minister launches pilot for mammographies from age 40 and not 50
Energy Ministry must implement, enforce energy-saving policies, report reveals
Shapira: Transportation national plan, updates of railway system necessary
Knesset plenary passes bill eliminating free plastic bags in first reading
Five scientific balloons to launch simultaneously Wednesday in Israel, Europe
Tel Aviv U. launches fuel substitutes accelerator
Vietnam to host Israeli film festival in celebration of 20 years of diplomatic ties
Bringing jazz home
A happy cello fellow
More than nine lives
Beitar held by Netanya at Teddy Stadium, Hapoel Tel Aviv wins
Mac TA back on track with win in Berlin
Mekel released from Mavs, awaits to learn fate
Kerry phones Netanyahu to apologize over 'chickenshit' slur
US Jewish groups join opposition to Ya’alon bus separation proposal
EXCLUSIVE: Israel to provide aid to displaced Ukrainian Jews
This land is our land
Jewish Agency board of governors feuds with Eckstein
‘It all emanated from Poland’
How Hezbollah indoctrinates preschoolers to embrace 'resistance' against Israel
Iran: West should look into capital punishment
WATCH: US jets prepare to fight Islamic State in Syria, Iraq
Senior army source: Western rush to work with radical Shi'ites to fight Islamic State a 'mistake,'
Noble Prize winner Malala Yousafzai reportedly donating $50,000 to Gaza schools
Letters to the editor: Oct. 31, 2014
‘They have driven me out today, so I cannot have a share in the Lord’s possession’
Standing up to intimidation
Into the Fray: And I quote…
My Word: Headlines and bottom lines
Bellow’s Broadway blunder
A storm in a pudding cup
The ‘Israelis’ of Uganda
Hot off the Arab press
Pumpkin with Mediterranean panache
The taste of the desert
Confronting cancer Part 1
Project manager by day, world champion weightlifter by night
Grapevine: Maskit at Mamilla
This week in Jerusalem
It’s a lot more than Greek to her
Astrology for the week of October 31, 2014
Wading Through Widowhood: Back to work
Mixing and matching
The high poverty rate and other Israeli myths
Green Lines and Red Lines
Is Israel safer Than America?
Sacrificing for a dignified life on Earth: Israel, justice and human redemption
A song for Cheshvan: 'The Eucalyptus Grove'
הָאַרְכִיוֹן שֶל רוֹמַן וִישְנִיָאק
Coming of age?
Growing pains: the children of trauma
Grapevine: Synagogue spirit
Indian vs Pakistani cuisine
A potent musical force
Keeping it fresh
In the mood for oud
Pampered into peace of mind
Sheba : rééducation high-tech pour les soldats de Tsahal
Des Arabes israéliens rejoignent l’Etat islamique
Vers une 3e intifada ?
Un pied dans le monde du travail israélien
Huster dans la peau du père d’Anne Frank
Ce vieux pays résolument moderne
1909-1942 : onze femmes, un destin
Depuis 30 ans, Haïfa fait son cinéma
La nouvelle mode ? Le radicalisme
Egypte : cherche alliés désespérément…
Netanyahou sort les griffes pour Jérusalem
Coalition américaine contre l’Etat islamique : quel rôle pour les pays arabes ?
Il est temps de changer de partenaire
David Azrieli, 1922-2014
Dimanche 13 juillet
Deux familles, une histoire
Coalition : gare aux dérapages !
Une gauche en perte de repères
Bennett : le vent en poupe
Et tu choisiras la vie
An Israeli Halloween
While threats to Israel surge, so does Christian Zionism, says CUFI’s Hagee
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan in Jerusalem on private pilgrimage, meets Netanyahu
Church in east Jerusalem besieged by chronic attacks, harassment
Bethlehem Bible College – purveyor of anti-Israel propaganda
Free Schach Distribution in Honor of Sukkot
Covenant of Brothers, Covenant of Life
Celebrating the New Year in KKL-JNF Parks and Forests
International Cleanup Day in Ashkelon
Central America Celebrates Independence at the Rabin Center
European Parliament Member Bastiaan Belder Tours the Negev
KKL-JNF Helps Chile Deal with the Gall Wasp Pest
KKL-JNF and Fair Planet in Ethiopia–Seeds of Hope
Cleanup Day Activities in Central Israel
International Cleanup Day: Cleaning Together in Northern Israel
Care of the Forests Continues Even in a Sabbatical Year
Nevatim Celebrates 60 Years and Dedicates a New Reservoir
A Successful Annual Fundraising Event for KKL Milan
Der Wienerwald in Israel - The Vienna Woods in Israel
AFTER DAYS OF WAR, GIVING KIDS A CHANCE TO BE KIDS
European Leadership Conference 2014 - Brussels, Belgium
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
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“It’s times like this that the whole Middle East conflict hits home,” says resident of mixed Jerusalem neighborhood.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The city’s politicians agree: Third intifada is a foregone conclusion.
Hamdallah accused Israel of working toward "Judaizing" Jerusalem and the Aqsa Mosque.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,HERB KEINON,DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Senior Fatah official Rajoub suggests that the violence seen in Gaza over the summer could repeat itself in the West Bank if Netanyahu continues with such pronouncements.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The driver, Abdel Rahman al-Shaludi, is seen in the video giving a speech honoring Marwan Kawasme and Amar Abu Aysha.
According to Channel 2, Uri Ariel is considering moving to a new residence in the City of David, a neighborhood near the Old City .
By LAHAV HARKOV
After US censures Israel for plans to build 2,610 new units in Givat Hamatos, beyond the Green Line, Barkat says the construction is essential; Netanyahu: US should learn the facts first.
Palestinians believe area should be part of their future state.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Latest detentions brings total to over 700 since July, including 50 in September.
Report contradicts police claim of Sunuqrut’s death; four arrested for attempted firebombing of French Hill gas station.
"I don’t remember a time since the last intifada that there’s been so much tension," says Meretz city councilman Meir Margalit.
Dig, produced by Hatufim creator Gideon Raff, will premiere on USA Network in the fall of 2014.
Jerusalem is a city full of diverse areas, many of which often have been regarded by buyers as less desirable.
By RAPHI BLOCH
The violence of the past 24 hours was captured by a Reuters photographer on the scene in Shuafat.
Man linked to Hamas intentionally cut gas pipes in Armon Hantziv neighborhood in attempt to harm Jews.
Following Islamic outcry, Australian FM says Canberra's position is “consistent with relevant UN resolution adopted over many years."
By HERB KEINON
Diplomats from countries including Indonesia, Egypt and Saudi Arabia protest over Canberra's decision to stop referring to east Jerusalem as "occupied."
On anniversary of city's reunification, PA rejects Netanyahu comments that Jerusalem will forever remain undivided capital of Israel.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Jerusalem mayor says capital's Arab population is coming to realization that they are better off in an undivided Jerusalem ruled by Israel.
By MAYA SHWAYDER
One resolution calls for boycott of West Bank settlements, Jewish east Jerusalem; Israel not represented due to Foreign Ministry strike.
Ashton "deeply concerned" by building permit announcement for 558 new housing units in east Jerusalem; US opposes "unilateral action."
Erekat calls visit in coordination with the Israeli foreign ministry an "attempt to legitimize Israel’s occupation policies."
PM says settlement construction must be done wisely.
By HERB KEINON AND LAHAV HARKOV
PM freezes E1 plans, so as not to deflect attention from Iran.
By HERB KEINON, TOVAH LAZAROFF
Netanyahu says current stir over settlement construction plans is an “attempt to create an artificial crisis.”
By HERB KEINON AND TOVAH LAZAROFF
Gov't to okay tenders for 1,500 housing units over Green Line.
Mohammad Shtayyeh to 'Financial Times': PA petitioning countries to "withdraw investment or freeze activities”.
Margalit: Park was a political ploy to prevent Palestinian construction efforts and build a Jewish settlement one day.
Talks to continue in Brussels Thursday as sides look for solution that would allow Israel to participate in Horizon 2020 project.
United Nation’s Relief and Works Agency condemned Israel for killing UN man during Monday riot; Foreign Ministry not happy.
Margalit condemns decision as "counterproductive, poorly timed."
US secretary of state: US, Abbas knew Israel would announce new construction, views settlements as "illegitimate."
By MICHAEL WILNER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Israeli officials say some 80 prisoners will be freed in stages, insist J'lem hasn't agreed to pre-1967 lines as baseline of talks.
Refusal to recognize the State of Israel by all 57 member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has materially contributed to the 130 years old Jewish-Arab conflict remaining unresolved.
By DAVID SINGER
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Last Thursday night’s riot looked like a post-apocalyptic battle.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Because of its relatively low prices, the neighborhood is home to many
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
"'Occupied East Jerusalem' is a term freighted with pejorative implications, which is neither appropriate nor useful," says Australian FM.
In response to the recent anti-Israel directives of the European Union, Israel Allies Foundation announces new director.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Police: Aerial surveillance units slated to prevent violence in flashpoint neighborhoods recently riddled with rioting.
600 units to be constructed in Ramot Shlomo and another 660 to be built in Har Homa, says PMO official.
By HERB KEINON,LAHAV HARKOV
Police on the scene used crowd-dispersal methods in a bid to quell the unrest.
Border Police and regular police personnel are conducting searches of the vicinity.
New strategy to use rapid-response unit, more observation points, says police.
Rivlin: Our capital cannot be a city in which the building is done in secret, or whereby moving into apartments is done in the dead of night.
Netanyahu discovered by the time he headed back on Thursday that even with all his considerable rhetorical skills, he was unable to control the message.
State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the step would also send a "troubling message" if the Israeli government proceeded with tenders and construction.
New measure allows for Israeli government to pay damages caused by hate crimes. 254201
Several Palestinians arrested for throwing rocks at police following procession
Amid violent protests across east Jerusalem neighborhoods, official says quiet likely to resume in capital.
Father of 16-year-old claims boy was shot in the head by sponge bullet during riot, police claim teen was shot in leg, fell on head while attempting to flee.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,JPOST.COM STAFF
Wael Kawasame, 43, is suspected of helping organize kidnapping of yeshiva students, securing funding from Hamas to buy weapons for chief suspects.
By BEN HARTMAN
Despite ongoing violence in the Arab quarters of the capital, observers do not believe this indicates the start of an intifada-like uprising.
By ANDREW FRIEDMAN
A Jerusalem-based secular yeshiva ushers in a different take on Jewish identity and Israeli culture.
By LAUREN SIRT
Tens of thousands of Palestinians to participate in a processions, celebrations and cultural evenings to mark Eid al-Fitr.
Police respond to multiple disturbances involving Molotov cocktails, firecrackers and rock throwing.
Victims beaten unconscious Friday night, allegedly by Jewish mob; police say more arrests expected as investigation progresses.
Tag Meir, an anti-racism organization, is arranging to have over 600 Israelis visit the family’s mourning tent in Shuafat.
In a special Knesset session honoring Jerusalem Day, the premier marveled at the development and growth of the capital.
The prime minister marked Jerusalem Day at the Mercaz Harav Yeshiva, where a terror attack took place in 2008.
According to the report, only six percent of east Jerusalem children attend public preschools, despite being entitled to a free education.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
European diplomats say the three buildings that were destroyed were "partially funded" by the EU.
Mt. Scopus park a ‘political ploy’ in response to prisoner release, says NGO leader.
"We can’t enable rock terror, which has already become too routine in parts of the capital," says Lion after east Jerusalem attack.
Graffiti found at site reads: "Gentiles in Israel are enemies"; vandals caused similar damage in neighborhood last year.
Men planned to enter Bayit Vagan wedding hall in haredi dress, carry out shooting attack with mini Uzi guns.
By Yonah Jeremy Bob
Construction of ‘Kedem Compound’ will destroy ancient relics, contribute to ‘Judaization’ of e. J'lem, group argues.
Following High Court decision to reject appeal, Israel releases 26 prisoners after midnight: 18 to West Bank, 5 to east Jerusalem and 3 to Gaza; PA President Abbas vows not to rest until "all prisoners are in their homes."
By BEN HARTMAN, HERB KEINON, REUTERS
"This is not about politics, it’s a matter of our lives," says demonstrator. "Have Jews not shed enough blood?"
Police investigate whether dummy explosives were warning of retaliation; child released from hospital after extensive testing.
How one teacher's initiative transformed the Ahmed Sameh school from severely neglected to a flourishing educational institute.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
"As long as the occupation exists, events like this will happen," says victim Daniel Seidemann following weekend east Jerusalem assault.
Men allegedly threatened to Jewish business owner if he testified against them in tax-evasion trial.
At least three detained after rioters threw rocks at police, and officers were forced to use stun grenades on crowd.
Residents say the 1.8 kilometer highway will cut Beit Safafa into sections.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Current portfolio head calls it ‘sour grapes,’ says candidate tried to get party to join coalition.
Marking 13 years to the second Palestinian intifada, clashes ensues in West Bank, Jerusalem and Gaza border.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Police clash with protesters in Jerusalem, Gaza, West Bank.
Justices may retroactively legalize post-’67 confiscations, arguing that undoing past actions would open up a “pandora’s box.”
NGO: In spite of High Court ruling, only 150 finished in 5 years; Municipality: We’ve built 400
Israel Land Fund will evict Shamasna family after years of legal battles; permitted to stay 18 months.
High Court may still demand personal appearance of Weinstein.
National park in primarily Arab neighborhood of Silwan is owned by right-wing Jewish group aiming to strengthen Jewish ties to J'lem.
The figure includes all demographics including ultra-orthodox and east Jerusalem communities.
By SHARON UDASIN
Police evacuate worshipers after disturbances between visitors.
Police come under attack, lightly wounded in Silwan neighborhood after pursuing two Arab youths seen lighting car on fire.
Defense Ministry recognizes Muhammed Abu Khdeir as victim of hostile action; Indor: "Will his name be on Mount Herzl? Are they stupid?"
By LAHAV HARKOV,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Palestinian big lies seem to be gaining more, not less, steam.
By NAOMI RAGEN
There are many voices in the Palestinian community who greeted riots with an outpouring of support and hoped it would lead to a national uprising.
Arabs in the PA and Gaza who commit crimes against Jews are lauded by all but a tiny minority.
By RUTHIE BLUM
Perhaps the capital's most formidable challenge is the integration of Arab residents, who make up 37 percent of the population.
By JPost Editorial
Israel has the ability to “cut to the chase” and to understand that in order to protect its own interests the best thing to do is to find the path toward agreement
By GERSHON BASKIN
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has been under heavy fire from left-wing opponents, often rightfully so, for his settlement building in the West Bank and east Jerusalem.
By AARON MAGID
Economic growth and hopes for prosperity are important, perhaps even essential, but not enough to bring us peace.
Perhaps the time has come for Egypt and Israel to rethink these arrangements in an effort to confront the challenges emanating from Sinai.
By JPOST EDITORIAL