Iran vote delayed to avoid influencing Israel's election, senator says
Peres on Netanyahu speech: When the US president tells you not to come to US, you don't go
Rivlin addresses UN at Holocaust memorial
Obama: Netanyahu meeting before Israel election 'inappropriate'
Health Scan: Genetic mutation affects ovaries
New Worlds: Complex metal pieces ‘printed’ at Technion
It takes a village
Wolf Prizes in the sciences and arts presented to nine North Americans
The science behind online charitable giving
Israeli, Palestinian agriculture officials cooperate to curb bird flu spread
Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a start-up
Presenting: A cross between a pomelo and an orange and other novel Israeli produce varieties
Delving into the ‘Night’
Kelis bringing a taste of 'Food' to Israel - but no milkshakes, please
A taste of Barcelona in Tel Aviv
Steamrolling Maccabi TA makes hard work of Gilboa
Haifa in dire straits after Mac PT defeat
Israman an inspirational experience for all involved
Kiryat Shmona held by Sakhnin, remains in 2nd place
Cruz: Probe if State Dept. funds used in Israeli elections
Likud likens V15 activity to past corruption allegations against Herzog
Hostilities in North give Likud boost in latest 'Jerusalem Post' poll
26 parties submit final lists for election
Yachad and Otzma end furious row and unite electoral lists
Masked Arab teen arrested in A-Tur for attacking police with arsenal of firecrackers
Palestinian who threw firebombs shot dead, army says
'Israel knew about the Gaza tunnel threat but did nothing about it'
Nasrallah confirms Hezbollah, Iran bolstering presence along Golan border
Liberman: Israel's policy toward Hezbollah spurring terror from Lebanon, Syria
German judge convicts man for shouting ‘Death to Zionists’ at march
BBC to investigate presenter’s Israel questions at Paris protest march
Lithuanian Jews, Zuroff spar over Holocaust research center
Portugal okays law of return for Sephardic Jews
Nightmare for Italian Jewish leader and TV crew after being locked inside Auschwitz
Analysis: Iran’s human rights failure
ISIS executes second Japanese hostage
Experts see family competition behind Saudi king succession struggle
Hamas no longer accepts Egypt as Israel mediator, source close to group says
Islamic State seizes oil facility in north Iraq, 15 workers missing
When news is not really news
Letters: February 1
It couldn’t happen today
Iran’s nuclear program is a threat
A drive for justice
Xin Chào, Vietnam
Hating Jews for Allah
Book Review: Telling his own story
Book Review: An Israeli ambassador, aboveboard
Hot off the Arab press
Middle Eastern date desserts for Tu Bishvat
This week in Jerusalem
Wading Through Widowhood: The power of life
Coming full circle
Grapevine: Campaigning in many tongues
Wading through widowhood
A feast for the senses
What’s really at stake in this election: unilateral pullout from West Bank
Iran and Hezbollah – an explosive combination
Striking terror targets in Syria - Israel's rights under int'l law
Anti-Semitism and the battle against Jihad
A song for Shvat: 'Song of the grasses'
אַתְ לְבַדֵך תָבִינִי
Giving Beit Shemesh children a helping hand
18 recommendations that could determine Israel’s fate before the ICC
Happily Eva After: Ushering in 2015 the Eva way
Netanyahou sous le feu des critiques
Questions à Tzipi Livni
La violence refait surface
La liste de Herzog
Commémoration du 70e anniversaire de la libération du camp d’Auschwitz
Les mots valent mieux que la violence
Coexistence festive à Haïfa
Festival du film juif de Jérusalem, que la lumière soit !
Chocs, cheikhs et schiste
Une démocratie tronquée
Hautement qualifiés, fortement motivés
2014, un excellent cru pour l'aliya
Israël VS Hezbollah
Unis contre la terreur islamique
Le califat : rêve ou cauchemar pour l’islam ?
Comment Abbas tire avantage de la mort d’Abou Ein
Qui a tué Alberto Nisman ?
L’antisémitisme à la tribune des Nations unies
Islamophobie et antisémitisme : une comparaison problématique
Le 11 septembre français ?
Obama dismisses Muslim faith claims, says he is devout Christian
On first official visit to US, Rivlin addresses black Christian leaders in Brooklyn
In shadow of Paris attacks, UK faith leaders sign anti-hate declaration
Pope Francis calls for Christian Unity
Birth control ban doesn't mean breed 'like rabbits,' Pope says
JNF Canada Staff Mission Visits Projects for Disadvantaged Youth
Friends of JNF Australia Visit Negev Communities
International Dental Convention Participants Tour the Negev with KKL-JNF
Holiday Cheer as KKL-JNF Distributes Christmas Trees
Serbian PM Plants a Tree in the Grove of Nations
Sharing and Learning - German Forestry Students Intern with KKL-JNF
Israel and Finland Connect through the Environment
KKL-JNF Experts Visit China for Future Environmental Collaborations
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
Nigerian Forestry Delegation Sees KKL-JNF Desert Afforestation First-hand
In his Footsteps: Heritage Excursions in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
WMC 2015 Closing Evening Reception
Living on the Edge in the Gaza Periphery
Former UN Ambassador Dan Gillerman at WMC 2015
WMC 2015 Opening Reception at Beit Hatfutsot
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
02.01.2015 | 12 Shevat, 5775
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.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Hezbollah working to turn reality in north to that which prevails in south Lebanon, Liberman says.
PLO chief negotiator calls on international community to ban settlement products.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The ‘Post’ tours the West Bank checkpoints that are meant to keep terrorists out, while causing a minimum of disruption to the fabric of life of Palestinians.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
“Whoever is behind today’s attack will pay the full price,” premier said during consultations with defense chiefs.
Targeted vehicles were two kilometers away from the Lebanese border.
At least seven IDF soldiers were injured in the attack which took place just before noon in the Mt. Dov region.
More than $5 billion in aid raised for Palestinians following operation Protective Edge.
The study, which examined over 10,000 Israeli start-ups founded between 1999 and 2014, found that 46% had closed and were no longer active.
By NIV ELIS
Some 7,000 Jews left France for Israel last year, more than twice as many as in 2013.
Survey finds that while many Germans would prefer not to discuss Holocaust, they are willing to compare Israeli policies toward Palestinians today with those of Nazi regime.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Sur fond d’augmentation des attaques antisémites, les dirigeants mondiaux réaffirment leur engagement dans la lutte contre toute forme de racisme
By MAYA SHWAYDER
A busy week of informative visits to current and potential projects provided members of the JNF Canada staff with a
Rabbi Rimon, a prolific author of many halachic works, is the founder and chairman of the Halacha Education Center, located in Alon Shvut in Gush Etzion
By BATSHEVA POMERANTZ
The Rakefet Child Development Center, which treats more children than any other local facility, is in danger of closure.
By BARRY DAVIS
US lawmakers propose PM move speech to joint session of Congress until after Israel election on March 17.
By MICHAEL WILNER
German Left Party deputy loses case.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL,ALEX FEUERHERDT
Users who tried to enter Facebook and Instagram were denied access on Tuesday morning.
‘If someone told me that these countries would become enemies, I would recommend he see a doctor.’
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,REUTERS
Last week, the Zionist Union was ahead of the Likud by two seats, and two weeks ago the lead was three.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Political parties made last-minute tweaks to their lists Thursday.
By LAHAV HARKOV,JEREMY SHARON
Opposition to Eli Yishai's new party to Otzma was partly driven by the position of Rabbi Tzvi Tau.
By JEREMY SHARON
"I did not expect the public outcry that arose from my joining politics," Ohana says.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The 11th slot on the list will go to Dr. Anat Berko, world-renowned terrorism expert who teaches at the Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center's Lauder School of Government.
When the Green Leaf Party eventually gave in its list, calls of "good luck" could be heard from the press area.
General from Meretz joins as Mofaz retires.
Otzma is asking for another spot for one of its representatives in the top six places on the list.
The idea for the study surfaced when Dr. de Vries was asked to treat two POI patients, daughters of two sets of Israeli-Arab parents who were related to each other.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Treatment of children with chronic diseases is a complex, grueling task for parents, medical staff and community services.
Gal-On calls for probe of Netanyahu and wife pocketing public money before returning it.
The tenders envisage construction in a number of locations, including near the flashpoint West Bank city of Hebron, and several enclaves in the highly sensitive Jerusalem area.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Jerusalem says apparent deal in the works would leave Iran a 'nuclear threshold state,' according to Channel 10.
Presidents visits families of Staff-Sgt. Dor Chaim Nini and Maj. Yochai Kalangel.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Defense minister urges Israelis to visit Golan, Hermon
By HERB KEINON
New tenders are for projects in the following West Bank settlements: 156 in Elkana, 114 homes in Geva Binyamin (Adam), 102 in Kiryat Araba and 78 in Alfei Menashe.
Senior IDF officials don't believe long-term exchange of blows will come to an end, irrespective of short-term lulls in violence.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,JPOST.COM STAFF
Peres criticizes Netanyahu for agreeing to address Congress.
By MOSHE ARENSTEIN
Counterintuitive limits increase donations, says give2gether CEO Arnon Shafir.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Beersheba has won just one of its past four matches and dropped eight points behind first-place Maccabi Tel Aviv after last weekend’s 1-0 defeat to Maccabi Haifa.
By ALLON SINAI
Maccabi moved tied with Real atop Top 16 Group E at 4-1.
Petr Vabrousek of the Czech Republic guaranteed on Wednesday he would win Israman Negev Eilat for a third straight year this Friday.
By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
Hezbollah victims Major Yochai Kalangel, 25, and St.-Sgt. Dor Haim Nini, 20 were buried on Thursday.
Nine outstanding North Americans in the sciences and the arts were on Thursday night awarded five Wolf Prizes.
Police chief's comments come in the wake of a series of scandals involving senior police commanders accused of sexual misconduct.
By BEN HARTMAN
Judge calls suit "baseless," orders family to reimburse Elad Foundation for legal fees.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Israeli Agriculture Ministry meet with Palestinian counterparts for information exchange regarding ongoing avian flu cases.
By SHARON UDASIN
Authorities detain 30 yeshiva students during the raid at the famous Ponovezh Yeshiva amid reported feud between rival groups.
FM warns that ignoring strike that killed 2 soldiers Wednesday would support a situation in which the Shi'ite terror group can strengthen arms capacity.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Antitrust Authority, gas companies meet behind closed doors; S&P: Regulatory uncertainty could ultimately hurt country’s credit rating.
By SHARON UDASIN,NIV ELIS
The Knesset Christian Allies Caucus and Israeli Tourism Ministry will honor Dr. Myles Munroe at their ninth annual “Night to Honor Our Christian Allies.”
The reports note a range of “severe” defects, including defective management, improper appointments of persons with personal connections to managers.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
S&P: Regulatory uncertainty could ultimately hurt Israel's credit rating.
A documentary of long-lost footage (some of it shot by renowned director Alfred Hitchcock) chronicles the Allied forces’ efforts to document the atrocities of the concentration camps.
By NOA AMOUYAL
The new study published on Tuesday also revealed attitudes within the national-religious community on a variety of issues such as settlements and rabbinic influence on national policy.
American singer-songwriter and chef will give Israel a taste of her 6th and latest album during performance in Herzliya in early February.
‘Corn Island’ is quiet but rewarding.
By HANNAH BROWN
Military sources say drilling being carried out in response to request by local residents; add that no underground passageways have yet been located.
English born Landau was a diplomatic correspondent for the 'Post' and also founded the English version of Haaretz.
Babies and small children are involved in choking incidents when small pieces of hard food gets lodged in the trachea.
Last year, Yad Sarah lend out 303,000 pieces of equipment to keep the elderly, lonely, injured and sick at home rather than be hospitalized.
Researchers at Israel's Volcani Institute show off their new produce varieties to eager chefs.
By AMY SPIRO
The company already has over 10 million US users, who have sent over 500 million videos
On those cold Tel Aviv nights, Brenner’s twists on traditional winter dishes will leave guests feeling warm, cozy and most importantly, sugar high.
By ARIEL COHEN
Justice Ministry Police Investigations Department head Uri Carmel spoke out on the issue.
Pyongyang responded angrily to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's remarks to the visiting Japanese premier last week.
The newest drone unit in the ground forces went into action during Operation Protective Edge over Gaza last summer.
Israel buys 40% of its oil from Azerbaijan.
Gail Hareven discusses her latest novel ‘Lies, First Person’ and the emotional cost of confronting evil.
By DAVID STROMBERG
Vietnamese want to learn the Israeli ‘secret sauce’ of technology-intensive entrepreneurship.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Terrorist attacks raise the dilemma of how much Israel should be involved in protecting Jewish communities overseas.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Israel’s broadest-ever corruption scandal is threatening to sink the Yisrael Beytenu leader and his political project just when its Promised Land was in sight.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
If such a joint list is established, it could be a model for a divided and torn Arab region.
By MUSTAFA KABHA
Labor’s Herzog seems to have the edge over the Likud incumbent in the upcoming election battle.
By LESLIE SUSSER
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East.
By COMPILED BY THE MEDIA LINE
Henrietta Szold first described Tu Bishvat in 1909 as the ‘Palestinian children’s arbor day.’
By DAVID GEFFEN
Jerusalem Post readers weigh in on previous issues of the 'Magazine.'
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
An excerpt from a new book on the country’s woodlands in honor of Tu Bishvat, the Jewish New Year for the Trees.
By ALON TAL
Sami Farag was the first photographer in Israel to woo celebrities, touch up pictures for matchmakers and succeed in developing film overnight.
By YEHUDA SHARONI
Khabbaz is a small oilfield 20 km southwest of Kirkuk with a maximum production capacity of 15,000 barrels per day.
Army decides to deploy special forces to the northern Sinai following attacks that killed dozens.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA,REUTERS
Washington Post report says senior Iranian general could also have been killed in joint operation but, the operatives did not have "legal authority to kill him."
According to Channel 10, anonymous Israeli officials claimed the president "has given the Iranians 80 percent of what they want" out of the negotiations.
UNIFIL says working with all parties, urging "maximum restraint" to prevent further escalation.
State Department warns against escalation of situation after IAF strike in retaliation for rockets launch into Golan from Syria.
Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian says Iran told the US that the " Zionist regime should await the consequences of their act."
Development marks a dramatic turn of events for a bill that, just two weeks ago, had the potential to garner 67 votes.
Islamic State spokesman: “What lies ahead will be worse…and more bitter"; Czech president compares ISIS threat to Nazi one in 1930s at a Holocaust commemoration forum.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Netanyahu's apprehensions about a bad agreement are unfounded, since it doesn't appear that Washington is showing signs of capitulating, at least not at this stage.
Survivors, especially those arriving in Israel, often found themselves in awkward and psychologically difficult situations.
By RENÉE LEVINE MELAMMED
“Miriam, the prophetess, Aaron’s sister, took a timbrel in her hand, and all the women came out after her with timbrels and with dances” (Exodus 15:20).
By SHLOMO RISKIN
With almost every kind of environment in such a small area, Israel’s landscape packs a punch.
By HENRY ROSENBLOOM
According to earlier local reports, Handler is in Israel for a fundraiser supporting Sheba Medical Center’s Tal Center for Integrative Oncology.
Israel’s supreme interest is to expand the period of time between conflicts and not to narrow it; there is no need to display on every occasion our ability to reap destruction.
By NACHMAN SHAI
Israel’s January 18 strike on Iranian and Hezbollah commanders in Syria showed Israel’s strategy wisdom and independent capacity.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK