Erdan: Government must express its sovereignty in Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem
Israel to world leaders: Urge Palestinian Authority to stop incitement
Opposition parties not joining coalition despite terror
MK Oren Hazan sues Channel 2 reporter for libel
Fasten your seat belts!
Blues Brothers and Booker T. Jones to calm frazzled Israeli nerves
Israeli designers shine at NYC Bridal Week
Concert Review: Dudu Fisher and Colin Schachat
Hap TA, Rishon get league campaigns off to promising starts
Belgian miracle needed for blue-and-white
Strong 6th for Israeli golfer Beck at Symetra Tour IOA Classic
Israeli surfers still hoping to compete in Oman
Settlers plan to drive protest convoy to Jerusalem Tuesday
Analysis: A capital on edge
Joint List’s Odeh calls on Arabs to mobilize for successful strike Tuesday
Suspect in ramming, stabbing attack: It was a ‘car accident’
Four terrorist attacks rock Jerusalem over 12 hours
Safed chief rabbi: Destroy enemy to deter attacks
Israeli students attacked with firebomb in Manhattan
Yesh Atid, Shas Lawmakers working to dissuade divorce refusal in the Diaspora
Jewish cemetery in Poland dug up in quest for gold, says NGO
Yemenite government to Jews: Convert or leave Yemen
Ohio to pass anti-BDS law
Washington Post reporter Rezaian convicted, Iran news agency says
Iran tests new precision-guided ballistic missile
Sources: US warns governments, bankers Iran sanctions still in place
Khamenei bans Iran from negotiations with US
'ISIS is prime suspect in Turkey bombings that killed 97'
Iraqi air force: We hit convoy of ISIS leader Baghdadi
ISIS vs. al-Qaida: Zawahiri says Baghdadi is not the leader of the Muslim world
'ISIS militants blow up ancient Arch of Triumph in Palmyra'
Pope Francis prays for Turkey following Ankara bombings
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Hadassah fights BRCA with decorated bras
Barzilai gets medical administration degree recognition
How to cope with holiday’s excess calories and winter’s illnesses
Adam Teva V’Din demands broad energy efficiency program
Antitrust Authority eases restrictions on search for additional natural gas fields
Cabinet approves plan to transfer KKL-JNF funds to ministry
Still too soon to determine production potential of Golan Heights oil
Israelis compete to dream up car of the future in TA hackathon
Israeli parking app, coming to a university near you
Tech talk: Battle Hacks are back
Facebook pegs Israeli satellite to provide African Internet
'Secret Tel Aviv' in the time of stabbing attacks
Jerusalem's King David Hotel prepares for Indian president's visit
Grapevine: Mission Accomplished
This week in 60 seconds: Terror hits Israel
Grapevine: Labor of love
ISIS – the international ‘whitewasher’
Dismantling the Oslo Accords also dismantles Israeli-PA cooperation
Hope amid the storm in Tel Aviv
Kahlon, keep recruitment in our hands
Borderline views: Border tourism in Israel, Korea, Germany and India
Who is a hero?
The diplomacy profession
Coexistence in a cone
2016 Budget: Not just numbers
The good doctor’s advice
Courage, rabbis, courage!
Fresh cooking tips from France
Meandering along the Rhine River, soaking up the rich Jewish heritage
Food does grow on trees
A treasure trove of historical posters
Is your dog Jewish?
Ironic Mother Earth
Neighborhood Watch: Regenerating Safed
Cancer Chronicles: Side effects
Feeling uneasy at the moment?
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אֲנִי בְּחוֹפֶש, תִסְתַדְרוּ לְבַד
Living in a shoebox
Building health in Rwanda
‘The Sabbath is on Saturday not Sunday’
Born to dance
American Dreams Gone Awry
New York Nu York: The Call of Comic Con
Israel is bleeding
Open Letter to NYT: Manipulating Temple Mount History to Further PA Propaganda?
Honoring Zakarpatia-Transkarpathia Jewry in Ben Shemen Forest
North American Fallen Remembered at AACI Memorial Forest
Inauguration of the Masonic Forest Square in Jerusalem
Free Schach Distribution in KKL-JNF Forests
greenXchange at EXPO Milano
First Tree after Shmita Year Planted by Bavarian Agriculture Minister
Prime Minister of Lithuania Plants Tree in Jerusalem
KKL-JNF International Expo Mission to Milan
Agriculture Festival at Hula Lake Park
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Got Water Problems?
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
Melinda and Chelsea: The Inspiring Story of Aliyah Across the Ages
An Olah Reports From Nepal
How One Oleh is Helping to Transform the Way People Drink Water
From Think Tank to Environmental Consultant
Why People Love Volunteering in Israel
How Natalie Edwards Built a Successful Career in Israel’s Startup Industry
5 Tips to Land a Job in Israel
Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
Where Are They Now? The Olim of the July 2014 Charter Flight
36 Hours in Southern Israel
Food Shopping In Israel
How Women Can Have it All in Israel
Why Retirees are Thriving in Israel
Thanks to Aliyah video
6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
Starting Over in Israel
Spotted on Social: Moshe Somers’ Activity List
Sam Eisenberg: From Nativ to Aliyah
WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
5 Ways that Olim Kick Back
WATCH: Highlights of 221 Olim Landing on the July 2015 Charter Flight
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Make yourself at home… in Israel
10.13.2015 | 30 Tishri, 5776
Jerusalem residents express fear, while shop owners lament record-low sales as violence spikes.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Umm el-Fahm resident denies partaking in violence just outside of Hadera on Sunday evening.
By BEN HARTMAN
This appears to be a case of a terrorist having the intentions, but not the capability, of pulling off a major attack.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
In terms of terrorist attacks, Sau noted that most of the assaults have been carried out by lone wolves against ultra-Orthodox Jews and police officers.
Fatah leaders reportedly demanding that their representatives be given a green light to participate in the funerals of the Palestinian assailants killed by the IDF.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
"Racist attacks on Arab Israeli citizens comprise a dangerous slide, from criminal violence and the murder of Israelis and Palestinians, into the relations between Jewish and Arab citizens."
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The Shin Bet official said that most of the attacks have been carried out by individuals who are not connected to any organized terrorist group.
By HERB KEINON
The IDF is investigating the incident.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Earlier on Saturday, Israeli security forces on Saturday shot dead two Palestinians aged 12 and 15 in protests along Gaza's border fence, Palestinian medics said.
The Prime Minister's Office issued a statement on Saturday saying that it had authorized the deployment of an additional 16 companies of Border Police reservists.
An army spokeswoman said the protesters, in an Israeli-declared no-go security zone by the border, were hurling burning tires and stones towards the soldiers.
A suspected terrorist stabbed two Border Police officers, with a third being seriously wounded by friendly fire.
"When an incident takes place, the terrorists are shot dead, and our people aren't," the defense minister told Channel 2. "That's what's important."
The two events had distinct flavors.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
In the clip, police officers and security guards are seen aiming their weapons at the woman, who had pulled out a knife and refused repeated instructions to place it on the ground.
By ARIK BENDER,NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA
According to the report, Israeli security heads are trying to figure out ways to adequately cope with "lone wolf" attackers.
Elsewhere in the West Bank, four Palestinians and two Border Police officers sustained wounds during a series of violent clashes.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Minutes earlier, the woman attempted to stab a soldier at the bus station.
An Israeli military spokeswoman said around 200 Palestinians massed at the border fence in northern Gaza, throwing rocks and rolling burning tires toward troops stationed on the other side.
By REUTERS,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Follow the latest updates on the escalation of violence in Israel and the West Bank.
B’Tselem stated that 11 people, including seven children, lost their home - most of them did not live in the units that were slated for demolition.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
One could be forgiven for thinking that Netanyahu is just waiting for this wave of terrorism to pass.
By NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA
Zahalka defies Temple Mount ban for MKs: "Netanyahu has no authority here."
By LAHAV HARKOV
The premier's decree is an apparent attempt to de-escalate tensions, particularly as it relates to events on Temple Mount.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Victim shoots assailant in second attack at Old City site in 5 days; Firebomb arsenal seized by police in A-Tur.
Rabbi Nehemia Lavi, 41, and Aharon Benita, 22, were both laid to rest on Sunday afternoon at the Har Menuchot cemetery in the capital.
By JEREMY SHARON
The decision was made at the conclusion of an emergency cabinet meeting in Jerusalem.
By DANA SOMBERG,HERB KEINON
Eight Israelis who accidentally entered Area A of the West Bank in recent days have been returned to Israel by PA security forces – a sign that coordination is continuing.
Security negotiations continue over release of Isawiya man’s body who was killed by police after stabbing 15-year-old Israeli.
A rocket warning siren went off in recent minutes in the Sha'ar Hanegev region near the Gaza Strip on Sunday.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Police restrict access to Jerusalem's Old City in response to terrorist attacks.
The IDF has deployed four battalions to the West Bank to take part in searches for the terror cell, and respond to the deteriorating security situation.
Assailant killed by police after stabbing rampage and shooting wildly into crowd of tourists, Woman in critical condition
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,LAHAV HARKOV
"What is taking place at al-Aksa mosque is a crime against the entire Islamic world," the Turkish president told Al-Jazeera.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
In a 15-minute interview, the former premier also offered implicit criticism of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's attitude toward his Palestinian counterpart, Mahmoud Abbas.
Palestinian eyewitnesses told the local press that the boy was shot by Jewish settlers who drove by the town and opened fire with a gun, wounding him in the stomach.
NGO petitions High Court, noting that conservation would lead to dramatic economic, environmental benefits.
By SHARON UDASIN
The decision comes at a time when the natural gas sector’s fate in Israel still remains uncertain.
The final terms of the deal approved on Sunday, however, are considerably different from the most recently proposed version, particularly with regard to the NIS 190m. portion of the funds.
SpaceIL hits milestone, rockets ahead of competition in Google race.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Dr. Norbert Schwake is on a mission of one at Nazareth’s German military cemetery, a fascinating site that is rich in history but relatively unknown.
By GIL ZOHAR
The lovingly delivered story of Holocaust survivor Leah Weisz, written by her Nepalese caretaker Lila Shubedi.
By LILA SHUBEDI
A visit to the Old City two days after the brutal stabbing that pierced the holiday joy.
By DAVID BRINN
Wright said that African-Americans, Native Americans and Palestinians have suffered under the "three-headed demon" of "racism, militarism and capitalism."
Knesset works on increasing penalties for acts of terrorism; MK Zahalka removed from meeting
The prize committee will be composed of leading figures from business and the military.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Report states record keeping was deficient in 49% of such frozen cases.
Whether this will persuade Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahuto take appropriate action remains to be seen.
Suggestion is a rare compromise idea which could ease official concerns by only letting a government-approved lawyer review all classified information.
Largely due to the very stringent firearms regulations in Israel, a large, prospering black market has developed in the country.
Previously, a minor could be sent to jail or the parents could be fined, but the new legislation would allow both penalties simultaneously.
By LAHAV HARKOV,YONAH JEREMY BOB
The indictment said that Deri had received permission to fire rubber bullets to disperse crowds throwing rocks.
Many of the changes will be overseen by a committee whose members will be at least half Ethiopian.
By SAM SOKOL
Among the departments most gravely hit by voluntary early retirement of human resources was the IBA English News that lost all of its permanent staff with the exception of two people.
There’s a country to run, not just to defend, and there will be other issues the Knesset will have to address in the next six months.
The party most seriously resisting implementing the bill is Likud, where no minister or deputy minister has agreed to quit the Knesset in favor of the next name on the party's list.
By GIL HOFFMAN
If approved, allotted vacation time to be upped from 10 to 12 days per year.
Increased interest comes as Israeli politicians and security officials have called on the public to increase their awareness.
Meretz chief called for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to negotiate with the Palestinians instead of "managing the conflict."
‘We feel like a sinking ship,’ says veteran broadcaster David Ze’ev.
Kerry told Netanyahu that Washington was aware that Israel had no intention of changing the status quo in Jerusalem's holy places.
The White House is "deeply concerned" by the terror wave, a senior official told the 'Post' earlier in the week.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Dennis Ross has advised Republican and Democratic presidents, including Democratic President Barack Obama.
Nisman was found dead in his apartment earlier this year, only hours before he was due to testify to Congress.
By SAM SOKOL,SAM SOKOL
The fuels produced through Keasling’s technologies have already been used in both buses and airplanes, according to the Prime Minister’s Office.
In the clips the woman can be seen with her clothes off engaging in sex acts with a series of men while a number of people in the crowd cheer her and the men on.
Maj.-Gen. Eyal Zamir replaced Maj.-Gen. Sami Turgerman during a ceremony at IDF headquarters in Tel Aviv.
Police Chief Asst.-Ch: “we will continue to fight a merciless war against organized crime.”
Aside from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Givatayim is now the only other city to have joined the project.
Odeh: I do not put red lines on the Arab Palestinian nation in their struggle against occupation.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,LAHAV HARKOV
Beitar goalkeeper Boris Kleyman ensured his team left with the three points after saving a penalty from Firas Mugrabi in the 73rd minute.
By ALLON SINAI,BEN HARTMAN
Husband-and-wife film team Sergio Castellitto and Margaret Mazzantini speak to the ‘Post’ about their latest romantic drama.
By HANNAH BROWN
Prime minister tells US television that the two governments must now work to contain Iranian aggression in the region.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The October 6 event will also kick-start a fundraising effort to establish a children’s hospital outfit at Wolfson Hospital in Holon.
By BARRY DAVIS
A guest at this year’s Haifa Film Festival, acclaimed Iranian director Mohsen Makhmalbaf talks about making movies and changing the world.
Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel said that the wave of terror against "Jews who are only guilty of being Jewish" is growing.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,LAHAV HARKOV
In an interview with "CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS," Netanyahu did not join the United States and other NATO nations in criticizing Russia's taking military action in Syria.
In an interview with Channel 2, Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked said that while "the army was trying," the results have been unsatisfactory.
AMIT’s new Gogya Center trains teachers for today’s digital students.
By ANAV SILVERMAN
Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein discusses the threat facing Christians in the Middle East and the world.
By RUTH JUDAH
Tourism has its ups and downs: Safed became “unfashionable.”
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
A New Dawn in the Negev launches Rahat’s revolutionary music program for the Beduin community.
By ARIEL HENDELMAN
“The City of Beverly Hills will reaffirm to the world that we cherish the State of Israel and everything it stands for,” says mayor.
Israel has eagerly embraced the trend of subscription boxes.
By KEREN PREISKEL
IDF orphans come together in Succot camp.
By COMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
Israeli Ambassador Alon Roth-Snir told the United Nations' First Committee that "Iran remains the most significant threat to the security of the Middle East and beyond."
The reason for the ban on negotiations, Khamenei said, is that Washington "took any chance to infiltrate" Iran during the nuclear talks, which concluded in July.
Jerusalemites do not appreciate what the settlers have done in terms of limiting their freedom of movement and raising the noise level to a deafening crescendo.
I was born in Hebron in 1993, and have lived there since. The old city of Hebron is also breathtaking.
By HAYAT AL-HAKIM
Our enemies, of course, regard all of this country as disputed territory, or “Israel improper.”
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Spanish Ambassador Fernando Carderera finds new discoveries in Israel’s history.
While men at the Western Wall lifted up Torah scrolls, read from the sacred text and rejoiced in their festival, women were unable to share in the joyful celebrations.
By DAVID BARHOOM
This incident underscores the essence of Israel’s struggle.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Our leadership must effect total war to eliminate our enemies, at minimal cost to our own life and limb.
Perhaps all Jewish history is a lesson in the futility of struggling for an idea.
By DANIEL TAUBER
Less than one-third of his speech dealt with the lack of a peace agreement with the Palestinians.
This has become the provocative staple of his parliamentary activity, bankrolled by the Jewish state’s taxpayers.
This en passant swipe at Culture Minister Miri Regev is out of place and uncalled for. It is gutter journalism.