'EU concerned over Likud proposals to weaken Israel's judiciary'
Liberman lashes out at South Africa after Israel denies visa to Communist minister
Coalition deals waiting for Kahlon approval
Meet the New MK: Likud’s Naguise wants to set an example for youth from Ethiopia
Avoid preventable accidents during festivities
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Hamza Magamseh was arrested in October 2014 for traveling to Syria to join Islamic State, where he spent 10 days at a training camp.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,BEN HARTMAN
Strongly-worded statement from the PA Foreign Ministry says Liberman “poses threat to humanity.”
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,LAHAV HARKOV
MK Ahmed Tibi calls Yisrael Beytenu chairman "Jewish ISIS."
By LAHAV HARKOV
Tamer Nafar of hip-hop group DAM waited 24 hours before revealing that his photo was staged.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Man from Kfar Yasif in North arrested upon returning to Ben-Gurion Airport, Shin Bet announces; indicted for joining Jabhat al-Nusra.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
"We are like brothers and sisters here; [Extremists] won’t change that."
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Talab Abu Arar of the Ra’am – United Arab List faction made the remarks at a rally in front of dozens of people in the Beduin town of Rahat.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Efraim Halevy says Israel should be wary of strengthening of Islamic State terrorists in Jordan and Gaza, but biggest danger could potentially come from Israeli-Arabs volunteering for group.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Nafa traveled to Syria in 2007 where he met with Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine official Talal Naji; Likud MK Regev: Zoabi is next.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
FM accuses Zoabi, Zehalka, Sarsur of treason and supporting terror after they took part in rally for Hamas in northern Israel.
Arab businesses started feeling the pinch in June, during the search for three kidnapped Israeli teenagers, who later were discovered murdered.
By NIV ELIS
Through July 29, employers will be able to apply for a subsidy covering up to 27.5 percent of the wage costs of underrepresented employees.
Christians who identify with the ancient people can decide to register as Arameans instead of Arabs.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Palestinians should not negotiate or coordinate security with Israel, Balad MK writes in Hamas publication.
PM says what is needed now is to act “with composure and responsibly," and not with “militancy or rashness.”
By HERB KEINON
There will be no peace until "Zionist hegemony" comes to an end, Balad MK Jamal Zahalka says.
Cette fois, la Cour suprême n’a pas pris sa défense. Les juges ont été choqués par la haine de ses propos et ont confirmé son exclusion de la Knesset pour 6 mois.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN,SYLVIE BERGER
Among 6th to 8th graders, fully 20 percent admitted to having smoked a water pipe at least once.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The municipality is taking steps to improve educational services in the Arab sector, but the gaps are still wide, and in the meantime the vacuum is being filled by the Wakf.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Nearly a year into his second term, Mayor Nir Barkat is confident he can deal with violence in Jerusalem, and satisfied he is bolstering the capital’s economy and promoting coexistence.
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
Mayor Nir Barkat and his adviser for the Arab population have done away with the small talk and decided to take action to improve conditions in east Jerusalem, but trust between the sides is difficult to build.
The violence in east Jerusalem might have been triggered by the murder of Muhammad Abu Khdeir and the Gaza offensive, but trouble has been brewing for a long time.
Stories about the first Arab to head Jerusalem's Rotary Club is installed and renovations at the former prime minister's residence.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Rioting struck the capital particularly hard this week in Shuafat, severely damaging the light rail line as residents violently protested the murder of a local teen.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Tag Meir activists visited the Abu Khdeir family’s mourning tent to convey a message of solidarity, but the atmosphere was uneasy.
East Jerusalem Arabs interviewed blame police for violence and claim asymmetry in the treatment of rioters from the east and west.
What motivates the violent right-wing reaction witnessed over the past 10 days in response to the discovery of the bodies of the Jewish teens?
By SAM SOKOL
A tour of the city’s Jewish and Arab neighborhoods reveals the complex issues facing the capital.
By NAAMA BARAK
Joint List spokesman compares ISIS to Zionism; Zionist Union candidate boycotts panel due to participation of Kahanist Knesset candidate Baruch Marzel.
By JEREMY SHARON,LAHAV HARKOV
Liberman: Just as Hamas was outlawed in Egypt today, this is how we need to outlaw these extremist factors and take their Israeli citizenship and remove them from Israel.
Arab alliance will get more than 12 seats, he says.
Now that each party has guaranteed seats in the next Knesset, it can be expected that ideological and personal differences will break it apart.
According to Liberman, a poll sponsored by Yisrael Beytenu showed it will get eight seats in the next Knesset, and his goal is 16.
Netanyahu said on Monday he regretted offending the country’s Arabs during a rallying call on Election Day last week.
A few years ago, the ministry’s deputy chief scientist was an Israeli Arab from the North.
"He humiliated and hurt 20 percent of Israel's citizens all in the name of his re-election drive," the Zionist Union leader said.
Family of Jerusalem teen killed by Islamic State says he was seduced by lies.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The campaign includes running conferences for Arab students in colleges; media outreach; and work on a new poll that will identify the messages that would encourage the most turnout.
Poll finds that a majority of Arabs are afraid to walk around in Jewish areas, and vice versa.
The Israeli youth from Nazareth left Israel two months ago for either Syria or Iraq and recently made contact with his family again from a Turkish hospital.
The report says that Operation Protective Edge exposed the country's racism as well as its socioeconomic inequalities.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Seven youths from town of Fureidis, near Zichron Yaakov, arrested for allegedly intending to harm police officers for nationalistic reasons after police shooting of Arab man in North.
By BEN HARTMAN
After posting about Zidan Saif's funeral on Facebook, Ariela Sternbach received pledges from several anonymous donors to pay for a charter bus to the funeral.
By JEREMY SHARON
Economy Minister Naftali Bennett and MK Dov Lipman joined prayer-goers one day after five were killed there by terrorists on Tuesday.
Medical personnel say dozens are suffering from shrapnel wounds and lacerations, leading to suspicion that a fragmentation grenade was thrown during the brawl.
Rioting continued on Sunday in Kafr Kana in northern Israel, following the killing of a local man Friday night by police; 20 arrested; protests at universities.
By BEN HARTMAN,TOVAH LAZAROFF,DOV LIEBER,YONAH JEREMY BOB
Premier spoke in the aftermath of Saturday’s violent riots by Israeli Arabs in the Lower Galilee near the village of Kafr Kana.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Restoring security to Jerusalem requires ‘zero tolerance’ approach of former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani, Deputy Transportation Minister Hotovely says during tour.
MKs on the Right said the police officer's response was justified, while some on the left called it murder.
Shalom Aharon Ba’adani, 17, dies of wounds from terrorist attack; rioting continues in east Jerusalem.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,JPOST.COM STAFF
The young man, 22-year-old Khir Hamdan, died of his wounds.
By LAHAV HARKOV,BEN HARTMAN
Residents of Jerusalem's Isawiya neighborhood and their supporters express frustration at increasing unrest and police presence.
NGO seeks to promote integration of 10,000 from sector in tech jobs by 2020.
Limor Livnat says she plans to take action to exclude Bnei Sakhnin from Israeli Premiere League after ceremony for donor, Azmi Bishara - suspected of passing info to Lebanese terrorists.
Othman Abdal-Kian, an Israeli Beduin served residency at Barzilai Medical Center in Ashkelon before deciding to join terrorist organization; reports he was killed in fighting.
Israeli authorities received a report on Sunday from a man from the Galilee town of Yafia who traveled with three of his friends to Turkey for holiday.
By NOAM AMIR
Neighbors who witnessed the fight allege that the argument was over the hot-button issue of selling homes to Jews in the predominantly-Arab neighborhood.
As the line grew, physical altercations ensued, prompting Eilat police to arrive at the scene and restore order.
Shamir said “We need to take the Beduin and start to take them out of the desert a bit" while speaking about improving the community's standard of living.
Umm al-Fahm resident Ahmed Shurbaji, 23, went to Syria through Turkey, receiving weapons training among the ranks of the Islamic State.
Protesters singled out the unidentified educator over the lack of services offered to students at the all-boys school
"The Jerusalem Post" spoke with residents of the city who appeared upset and complained about the lack of security.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
Legislation is meant to strengthen state's commitment to equality between Jews and Arabs.
Last year over 4,000 students applied for the scholarship program with many more students expected to apply this round.
By LIDAR GRAVE-LAZI
Court rules that group opposing intermarriage can protest wedding at a distance of 200 meters from the Rishon Lezion wedding hall.
Students of the medical school are some of the country’s best and brightest citizens, be they Christian Arab, Muslim or Jew – serving as a model of coexistence.
By QANTA AHMED
A gala celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Batsheva Dance Company was held in Tel Aviv.
The program will encourage Arab students to pursue graduate and postgraduate studies, and aid integration into the Israeli labor market.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Joint List: PA has no partner for peace on the Israeli side; Danon: They should be helping the people who voted for them.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,LAHAV HARKOV
The plan increases efficiency and removes bureaucracy for the authority that regulates the social-economic development of the Beduin community.
Nazareth man's pickup truck was nearly identical to the truck of person who two others were trying to kill by placing a car bomb.
‘They come out late at night and shoot bullets into the air, throw Molotov cocktails at cars and rocks at homes, and it’s sad because there are very good people here,’ says Jewish local.
Arrests of Arab demonstrators continue; Negev District commander says police will not allow acts of violence.
The appeal, filed by Adalah, asked the Nazareth District Court to overturn the decision of the Nazareth Juvenile Court extending the minors’ detention.
FM Avigdor Liberman says Israeli Arabs who rioted Friday belong in prison; Meretz chairwoman accuses FM of promoting hate between Jews and Arabs.
Arab rioters believe boy killed by Israelis as revenge for 3 Israeli teens; police clarify motive for crime has yet to be determined.
Hundreds of Israeli Arabs angry over Israel's military operations in the West Bank and Gaza burned tires and staged a demonstration near Umm al-Fahm junction on Route 65.
By LAHAV HARKOV,Ariel Ben Solomon
Welfare and social services minister said nearly half of murdered Israelis are Arabs despite the fact they make up around 20 percent of the population.
Event organizer: “We came here today to say we’re against violence and against terror."
By ELIZABETH LEVI
Study of matriculation tests shows scores improved, quality of assessment stayed the same.
According to the report, only six percent of east Jerusalem children attend public preschools, despite being entitled to a free education.
There was a 10 percent increase in the amount of people who identify as Israeli-Arab rather than Palestinian.
Yousef Haj Yihya, the principal of Amal Taibe High School, was killed in cold blood last month by an assailant.
The protest turned violent after the crowd obstructed traffic and resisted police orders to keep off the roads.
By AVIVA LOEB,JACOB GOLDSTEIN,LIA KAMANA
When we consider curtailing free speech, it is imperative that we take into consideration exactly what is at stake.
By JPost Editorial
Yes, we did deteriorate so much that our democracy is in danger. Israel is in danger.
By URI SAVIR
While all should be supportive of any commitment to lowering racism and discrimination, this new populist enterprise should be seen in its wider context.
By SHIMON OHAYON
UNRWA has never been impartial. Its interest in self-preservation rules out fairness. Its existence hinges on keeping the flames of conflict burning.
Please do not say “We do not negotiate with terrorists.” Israel does that all the time. Always too late, always after loss of too many human lives.
By ABED L. AZAB
By NOHAD ALI
For a change, let’s keep an ear to the ground and take notice of the approaching disaster. If we don’t deal with it now, the situation will just get worse.
By NACHMAN SHAI
By tossing aside weakness and indecision, and laying down some clear redlines, the government can contain the current outbreak of violence.
By MICHAEL FREUND