Analysis: Revenge and Israel's coalition crisis
Ya'alon: After Gaza war decisions, 'I can still look at myself in the mirror'
Coalition talks go down to the wire as Bayit Yehudi demands Justice Ministry
Likud-Shas deal to transfer rabbinical courts to Religious Services Ministry evokes criticism
Jerusalem to build film and television complex to attract international productions
Dionne Warwick knows the way to Tel Aviv
‘The Bank Hapoalim Affair’ Smuggled out of Afghanistan, Ido Michaeli’s carpet is now on exhibit
Fans lash out at Lauryn Hill: 'You succumbed to the Jew-haters'
Elliot remains in form to capture Ga’ash title
Sinai Says: Gilboa/Galil’s looming demotion spells end of an era in Israeli hoops
FIFA Congress to discuss Palestinian proposal to suspend Israel
Gilboa/Galil seals relegation fate with Holon loss; Herzliya upsets Jerusalem
NGO for Druse warriors holds launch in capital
Olmert: I knew one of the soldiers captured by Hezbollah in 2006 was killed
High Court ruling paves way for demolition of unauthorized Palestinian village
Case closed in police killing of Kafr Kana man
Security forces uncover weapons cache during Hebron security raid
Danish-Palestinian group to continue campaign against settlements after ads removed from city buses
Shabbat microphones catching on among orthodox despite taboos
Israeli-American chef brings hummus and shakshuka to the city of gumbo and crawfish
Sharansky calls for improvements in Ethiopians’ lives
Holocaust survivor advocate Menachem Rosensaft honored by Hebrew Union College
ISIS fighter tweets: Two of our brothers just opened fire at Texas art exhibition
Why are Germans so quick to remove Israeli flags?
Iran, world powers struggle to overcome divisions in nuclear talks
Hezbollah says will attack Nusra Front inside Syria
Hezbollah clashes with al-Qaida-linked group on Lebanon-Syria border
Beauty and the beast: 'Satanic' hairstyle banned in Iran
Nasrallah: Downfall of Assad would mean fall of Hezbollah
State Comptroller unveils scathing report on the Health Ministry
Israeli researchers get grant to develop robots to help the elderly
Finalist to compete in Britain’s FameLab competition will be chosen on Thursday
Teva still targets Mylan despite rejection
State comptroller slams Environment Ministry’s air pollution monitoring deficiencies
Comptroller: Mission to provide food for all people has become major challenge of humanity
Giant watermelon among canned food sculptures on display in Park Ra'anana
SolarEdge to provide inverter technology for Tesla’s solar-powered Powerwall battery
Tech Talk: Discover the secret springs in the Judean Hills
Israeli company lends surveillance technology to US defense and security
Middle school, high school students take home prizes for innovations in food loss prevention
Your Taxes: Lawyers, accountants get ready for KYC
Business mogul arrested by Justice Ministry in police-attorney corruption case
Iran: A critical historical juncture, nothing less
Say it ain’t so, Bibi: A Zionist critique of the coalition cave-in
No such thing as ‘Jewish architecture’
The mystery of Etan Patz will never end
Where’s the fire? A pitch for Lag Ba’omer
The People and the Book: Conditional covenant
Book Review: 'God Laughed'
Book Review: The Yishuv’s unlikely guardian angel
Fireflies: An ode to Niot
Book Review: 'To the Gates of Jerusalem'
Book Review: 'The Liberation of the Camps: The End of the Holocaust and Its Aftermath'
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Grapevine: Focus on education
Loving Jerusalem to death
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This week in Jerusalem
Grapevine: ESRA branches out to Yokne’am
Happily Eva After: We shall overcome…the fear
To the land that I will show you
Henna in Hadera
Using a straw man to attack Supreme Court reforms
Britain’s General Election and Israel-Palestine
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Sharon’s ghost returns to haunt Obama
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Jerusalemites of note
Holocaust Remembrance Day: What’s in a name?
With new coalition, Israel has prominent place on Hispanic Evangelical agenda
ISIS Crucifies Three Brothers in Libya
Pope says everyone is a sinner; warns not to be hypocritical
Nepalese Church group provides relief after disaster
Pope Francis calls gender wage gap 'pure scandal!'
New Occupational Therapy Room and Garden for the Galilee Medical Center
Landscaping Absorption Centers with Ethiopian Immigrants
Holocaust Day Ceremony Honoring the Heroism of Jewish Rescuers
Pedaling Along the Tel Aviv Shore
Chinese Ambassador Visits the Israel-China Friendship Fores
Expo 2015: Italian Journalists Tour the Arava
President of Lombardy Tours Israel Prior to Milan Expo
French Students Get to Know the Real Israel
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
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Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
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JNF Ontario Community Mission Tours the Western Negev
Celebrating 50 Years of German-Israeli Diplomatic Relations
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
How One Oleh is Helping to Transform the Way People Drink Water
From Think Tank to Environmental Consultant
Award Winning Designer Launches Career as Wedding Dressmaker
Outdoor Fitness Israel: An Innovative Fitness Program Developed By UK Olim
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Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
5 Strategies for Finding Your Professional Place in Israel
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The Eisenberg’s Long Journey Home
Why Retirees are Thriving in Israel
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6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
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WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
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“We did not do everything we could to avoid civilian casualties," said Breaking the Silence founder Yehudal Shaul.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Visitors discuss agriculture concerns with security official.
By SHARON UDASIN
Originally, the trip to the region was meant to include visits to both Israel, Gaza and the West Bank in an effort to mediate stalled Palestinian unity negotiations.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Hamas gunmen trained for the operation in which they would infiltrate Kibbutz Kerem Shalom, slaughter a number of civilians, and take a number of others alive as hostages.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
According to Israel Radio, Deif is seeking to procure more armaments and funding for Hamas.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,YAAKOV LAPPIN
The defining issue in the case is whether the UN report will view the IDF’s targeting principles and investigations of its own soldiers as reasonable.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Risk created by the hiding of weapons at UN premises being used as emergency shelters.
21-year-old Bar Rahav, a Combat Engineering Corps second lieutenant, was killed in Gaza last summer.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
First introduced in last summer’s Gaza conflict, Israeli UAV is harbinger of drones’ growing role.
No injuries were reported and it was not immediately clear what caused the explosion.
Some supplies and funds are flowing into Gaza but lack of donor funding and internal Palestinian conflicts delays Gaza reconstruction.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Materials intercepted could be used to weld rocket fins, create explosives.
In the aftermath of Operation Protective Edge, international donors pledged billions of dollars in aid to help rebuild Gaza.
Senior Hamas official claims Palestinian Authority leader refuses to share power.
Mosque preachers sought on Friday to raise worshipers’ awareness to “centrist ideology.”
Senior Hamas official says group does not conduct any negotiations with Israel; “We negotiate with the occupation only through the rifle.”
Defense Ministry security guards found a number of infrared cameras, communication devices, and remote control security cameras.
Iran backing Shi'ite forces in region, seeks foothold in Middle East at expense of Sunni regimes.
Dar’ar Abu Sisi convicted of involvement in developing Hamas’ homemade inventory of rockets and mortars.
Israel has refused to cooperate with the commission of inquiry, likening the probe to a kangaroo court.
United Nations Human Rights Council to convene again on Israeli violations in Gaza and West Bank.
Third report on Gaza War reveals new details on IDF precautions to avoid civilian casualties, weapons strategy, military tactics.
Israel had refused to cooperate with the probe, which it has charged is akin to a Kangaroo court, whose verdict was written even before the investigation began.
Palestinian and United Nations officials said 130,000 houses had either been destroyed or damaged in the fighting.
The UNHRC’s Commission of Inquiry into the 2014 Gaza Conflict was expected to deliver its report to the UNHRC on March 23rd, toward the end of UN Human Rights Council’s month long.
By HERB KEINON,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Walla report claims Hamas recently sent a series of messages to Israel indicating interest in a long-term cease-fire lasting several years.
By HERB KEINON,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Citing security concerns, Israel keeps a naval blockade on Gaza, which is ruled by the Islamist Hamas movement.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
A spokesperson said the game is meant to "concretize" the idea of defending the land as a natural right and not as terrorism and to leave in the minds of the players the idea of the Palestinian hero.
By DOV LIEBER
Marwan Issa told a gathering Gaza City that Hamas continues to manufacture rockets and forge alliances with whoever can assist its cause.
Six months on from Operation Protective Edge, insecurity, trauma and mourning linger in Gaza border communities.
By BEN HARTMAN
Gaza needs more than 800,000 truckloads of building materials to repair infrastructure damaged in the 2014 war with Israel, Oxfam says.
COGAT increases quota for Gazan merchants traveling to West Bank, eases travel restrictions, and expands agricultural exports.
Defense minister says Palestinian Authority preferred to try and sue Israel before the ICC than take responsibility in coastal enclave.
Blair called on Hamas to clarify if they are Palestinian nationalist movement or broader Islamic one with regional designs
By HERB KEINON
The capture occurred on January 19, when the boat, carrying liquid fiberglass and three Gazan residents, was intercepted by the navy.
At Just Security, Opiniojuris, Lawfareblog and other blogs, serious thinkers and even major policy-makers are weighing in.
The man hailed by defenders as a world-class jurist didn’t think that having been paid to provide a legal briefing for the PLO might constitute a conflict of interest.
Former OC Southern Command Maj.-Gen. (res.) Yoav Galant, the number two candidate on Koolanu list, slams gov't handling of last summer's war with Hamas.
NGO Monitor: False chorus against IDF; Discrepancies between report, Amnesty’s account
Donor conference pledges fail to reach the Strip.
During a recent debate on Hamas in Gaza in the British House of Commons, there were more pro-Israel MPs contributing than usual.
By JERRY LEWIS
If Iran wants to be treated like a normal country, let it act like a normal country.
By DAVID SINGER
The Egyptian president's war on terror in Sinai is a daily reminder of why Israel shouldn’t leave the West Bank.
By EVELYN GORDON
Zionist Union official Facebook page: "The worse Bibi does in the polls, the more he lies."
By GIDEON GOREN
Zionist Union leader Isaac Herzog sharply criticized Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's handling of Operation Protective Edge.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Defense minister addresses hot-button issues of lawfare, BDS and general efforts to delegitimize Israel.
Kfar Kana resident allegedly transferred large funds from Hamas in Gaza to Hamas in the West Bank, ignored warnings from Shin Bet.
M339 shell has become the principal munition for Merkava tanks.
While Ban condemned the deaths in harsh terms and laid responsibility at Israel’s feet, the report did not accuse Israel of war crimes.
Security forces searching for remnants of projectile; no injuries reported.
The president is proud of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state – a nation for all its citizens.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
116 people, 72 of them in Protective Edge, were killed in past year.
Authorities at the border crossing uncover electric motors, allegedly headed for terrorist group, hidden inside refrigerators, washing machines being delivered on an Israeli truck.
The complaints by 26 Americans on flights which were redirected or cancelled or were present at the airport on July 22 when most American and international airlines cancelled their flights.
The affair was under a gag order imposed by military censorship.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,ARIEL ZILBER
Members of the Dragon artillery battalion, Sky Rider drone unit receive citations from Southern Command chief for exemplary actions during summer conflict
Lessons learned by the Daily Mail: 1. There are no dams in southern Israel with which to intentionally flood Gaza; 2. Nablus and Jenin are not "two of Gaza's major West Bank cities."
The majority vote on the appeal of Faouzi Ramilat was carried by Supreme Court President Miriam Naor and Justice Noam Sohlberg against a dissenting vote by Justice Yoram Danziger.
The army said the assets seized in the raids enabled Hamas to "strengthen its grip on the territory" in the Palestinian territories.
Herzog also said that it was "preferable" for Iran's nuclear ambitions to be shelved "by way of an international agreement."
Proceedings could lead to first indictments since announcement of ICC war crimes probe.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,YONAH JEREMY BOB
The UN commission has concluded collecting evidence, and is scheduled to present its conclusions to the UNHRC on March 23.
By HERB KEINON,LAHAV HARKOV
A decorated paratrooper – and immigrant from Venezuela – who rescued his comrades while under fire tells his story.
The Korean ‘protected zones’ model could serve as a creative solution for the Gazan powder keg.
By KOBI MICHAEL
From a sniper rifle to paintbrushes, Daniel Wein finds emotional rehabilitation after taking a shot in Gaza war.
By BARRY DAVIS
Kshaun Bayhesain had promised his wife that when he returned from Gaza last summer, he would fix up their garden. Three young IDF orphans took it upon themselves to fulfill his promise.
By ZUR THON
Jerusalem Post readers weigh in on previous issues of the 'Magazine.'
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Hamas has been clamping down on fringe Islamist movements in the Gaza strip, arresting members of Salafist groups and keeping tabs of others throughout the coastal enclave.
A group calling itself the Salafist Trend say its members are being tortured and monitored by the terrorist organization.
Third mission for the "lifting of Gaza blockade" expected this summer; Organizers remain mum on details.
Hamas security forces break up demonstration calling for end to Hamas-Fatah rift.
Palestinian Authority ministers were dispatched to Hamas-controlled Strip as part of effort to solve salary dispute.
Users on the popular social media site took advantage of April Fools Day to point out the myriad problems in the Middle East.
Rabea Darduna, a father of six from northern Gaza, said he sold the iron-and-brick doorway of his destroyed house to a local man who offered him 700 shekels ($175) for it.
Gaza has been struck with bombings and shootings that have targeted both Hamas and Fatah members in the strip.
Israel imported its first fruit and vegetables from the Gaza Strip in almost eight years, partially easing blockade maintained since the Islamist group Hamas seized control.
A small workshop in Gaza city keeps a fading jewellery business running by recycling old gold jewellery.
While water experts and environmental activists are widely praising Israel’s decision, many argue the increase is simply not enough.
"Development opportunities are everywhere" and there is "plenty of scope for refurbishment," the subtitles say.
Western governments sought to advance a United Nations Security Council resolution that would confer upon the Ramallah administration a mandate to rule Gaza.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
"Do you feel any national responsibility toward the Palestinians and their cause?” Fatah spokesman asks Hamas.
Arab League Secretary-General Nabil Elarabi said on Sunday that the dispute between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority was hindering efforts to reconstruct the Gaza Strip.
“Four months after the Cairo Conference, donors have yet to fulfill the vast majority of their pledges,” says UN under secretary for political affairs.
The ‘Post’ spends a day with the soldiers of the Desert Blaze Battalion, as they prepare to defend the Gaza periphery from attack by Hamas
Them suspects are being interrogated in connection with recent attacks targeting top Fatah and PA security officials in Ramallah.
The attack was the second of its kind against a senior Fatah official in less than 24 hours.
Senior Hamas official says a number of suspects have been arrested in connection with alleged scheme.
10 Palestinian terror factions claim their fight is only with Israel, and that they don't intervene in internal affairs of Arab countries.
Hamas, who control the Gaza Strip, said its "security forces have launched an investigation to find who is behind this attack," the report said.
Protective Edge, keep his memory alive through the things he loved best.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
This week: Some of my writings, and the predictions/prescriptions made in them.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
Schabas has now suddenly resigned after the exposure of his consulting job with the PLO.
By GERALD STEINBERG