President Rivlin pays respects to late Singapore PM Lee Kuan Yew
Likud negotiator says Bayit Yehudi central to any coalition
Unity threat looms over coalition talks
New education minister will have to hit the books
Health Ministry: Watch those eggs
Elusive answer to length of Saturn’s day reached with TAU, Weizmann team
Yad Sarah prints large-font Haggada
Science, Technology and Space Ministry names Arab chemical engineer its deputy chief scientist
Eco Wave Power to establish its first Chinese power station
Watch: Technion students recreate Passover story with robots
Noble Energy walks away from Ruth C exploration license
Cyber Chief: 8% of ministry budgets should go to cyber security
Texas artists exhibit in Israel
The man behind ‘The Missing Picture’
Concert Review: Mark Lanegan
The blizzard is over
Scuffling Maccabi must dig deep on road at group leader Real
Preview: Unbeaten Israel in for tough tests at home
Similar starting lineup expected for Israel
Ga’ash teams up with Cigar for 9-hole event
IDF passes reform to W. Bank laws dealing with Palestinians
Serry: Time to replace 242 with new ‘peace architecture’
Dalya Lemkus’ terrorist murderer sentenced to 2 life prison terms
Terror attack thwarted after bomb found near Hebron's Cave of the Patriarchs
Amnesty International charges Palestinians with war crimes during Gaza conflict
French company quits Jerusalem cable car project
German party’s petition to recognize Palestinian state ‘won’t pass’
Spain close to granting citizenship to relatives of Jews expelled in 1492
Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein urges Jews to kick anti-Semites ‘in the ass’
Reporter's Notebook: In Mariupol, a war only minutes away
Lauder criticizes US efforts against ‘new anti-Semitism’ in Europe
Turkey unveils Great Synagogue as Jewish population fades
Golan Heights residents arrested on suspicion of spying for Syria
Palestinian Authority announces support for Arab coalition against Yemen rebels
Rouhani writes letter to Obama, phones world leaders in diplomatic offensive
Saudi Arabian military action in Yemen kept quiet from US until last minute
Analysis: Sunni-Shi’ite wars going global
Into the Fray: It’s Arab enmity – not Arab ethnicity
My Word: Safe and unsound
Parting Shot: Tentative steps
Restarting the US-Israel relationship depends on Palestinians too
Column One: Managing Obama’s war against Israel
The blood libel Haggada
The turning point
Travel tech start-ups
On wings of carbon
Veterans: On target
Fusing modern and traditional in the kitchen
Book Review: Perceptive Haggada
Hot off the Arab press
On the field and in court
Happily Eva After: Times, they are a-interestin’
Music and the mamaloshen
What’s the catch?
Kayaking for gold on the Kinneret
Palestine – words matter but their meaning matters more
A nuclear deal with Iran – would it stick?
When words matter and when they don't
Countering Iran and IS – Muslims take action
’מְלָגוֹת ‘צוּק אֵיתָן
כּוּלָם רוֹצִים לִחְיוֹת
יִשְׂרָאֵל בְּמַבָּט פָּנוֹרָמִי
Getting a young start
A culinary festival starring the women next door
Global girl power
Apartheid South Africa: Israel edition
Sa'ar says national unity government is 'still on the table'
Israeli parties prepare legislative demands for Netanyahu's new coalition
With full term possible, Netanyahu may outlast Ben-Gurion (and Obama)
Arab sector turnout for recent elections reached 63.5%, polling data shows
Joubran: Polls have to include parties that don’t pass threshold
Unconvincing ISIS video shows Assyrian captive converting to Islam
'Those who hate Jews hate Christians': A closer look at US Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz
WATCH: Pope Francis receives a pizz-a Naples cuisine
Top 10 must do experiences over Easter and Passover in the Holy Land
The hidden anti-Semitism in European church art
Green Leadership Conference in Hamalachim-Shahariya Forest
Scenic Lookout in Memory of Lt-Gen. Amnon Lipkin Shahak
Following in the Footsteps of Meir Har-Zion
Celebrating the 100th Birthday Anniversary of Sculptor Ahiam Shoshany
French Students Get to Know the Real Israel
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
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
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
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
The Burstein Brothers: 3 Oleh Siblings in the IDF
5 Tips to Land a Job in Israel
Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
5 Strategies for Finding Your Professional Place in Israel
PetBNB:An Olah’s Unusual Canine Startup
36 Hours in Southern Israel
Food Shopping In Israel
How Women Can Have it All in Israel
The Eisenberg’s Long Journey Home
Why Retirees are Thriving in Israel
Thanks to Aliyah video
6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
Starting Over in Israel
VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
Sovev Tel Aviv, Israel’s Largest Biking Event
Running Through Color
Formula 1 Racecars Zip Through Jerusalem
Make yourself at home… in Israel
NBN Announces Bonei Zion Prize Recipients for 2015
NefeshB’Nefesh Provides Services to Bnot Sherut
How Doctors Are Impacting Israel’s South
Over 1,000 IDF 'lone soldiers' attend personal errand day in Tel Aviv
03.27.2015 | 7 Nisan, 5775
Decision made ‘to avoid any political interpretations.’
By RINA BASSIST
A look at the parties' positions on how to solve the Palestinian issue.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
ACRI demands immediate investigation by attorney general into allegations.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Abbas publicly declares that the election does not interest him, but the assessment in the Israeli security apparatus is that the Palestinian leadership is hoping for political change on March 17.
By NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA
No injuries reported in either incident, say police.
Experience the holidays through a unique historic and biblical lens.
By ELISA MOED/TRAVELUJAH
Advertising watchdog says ad misleads consumers into thinking Old City a part of Israel.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The parties negotiating the two-state solution have been talking at cross purposes without first agreeing on the meaning of the terms they are using.
By DAVID SINGER
Established three years ago, B’Shutaf, a local cooperative, has opened a store in the Clal Center.
By PEGGY CIDOR
News briefs from around the city.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Peggy Cidor's round-up of city affairs.
The relationship between the mayor and the far-right city councillor is deteriorating.
The reopening of Gazelle Valley as a nature spot in a sea of urban development is the culmination of a decades-long legal battle.
By BARRY DAVIS
If Knesset seats were determined according to the results in the capital, things would look a little different.
By IN JERUSALEM STAFF
The True Jeruz collective stakes its claim as the new generation of Jerusalem hip-hop.
By GAVRIEL FISKE
Two institutions, the unusual French baron who built them, and the extraordinary people running them.
By AVIVA BAR-AM
In a city where few people agree on any issue, the marathon brought about a beautiful sense of unity.
By ARIEL COHEN
The management of the Rav Chen Cinema in the Talpiot Industrial Zone is hosting a special screening of Still Alice.
At 800 meters above sea level, Arnona’s selling points are its topography, rural ambience and location.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
The municipality is launching festivals such as Starter and Sheon Horef to liven up the cultural scene and boost small businesses, but is it enough to keep young people in the capital?
A tour of the legislature is a great opportunity to take a better look at the heart of Israel’s democracy.
By NAAMA BARAK
Two runners’ groups aim to help people with PTSD face their problems, not run away from them.
By ALLON SINAI
Jerusalemites Shoshana Ben-David and Israel Haas try to bring together young people from across the city through sports and dialogue.
Do MKs who live in the city take care of Jerusalem’s needs? ‘In Jerusalem’ interviewed eight candidates to find out.
Over the past year and a half, Jerusalem received more than $60 million for projects throughout the capital.
What will happen to the Yerushalmim party after Rachel Azaria goes to the Knesset?
In addition to music and food, Jerusalem in general and the Old City in particular have undergone significant renovations over the past year.
By MEITAL SHARABI
By TRACEY SHIPLEY,JUDITH POSNER
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
Naomi Perl created a music school for ultra-Orthodox girls and launched a program that gives haredi men and women the tools to improve their leadership skills.
AKIM-Jerusalem’s annual trek is a great opportunity to raise money for a good cause, take in some beautiful sights and meet new people.
How the gender gap is playing out in Jerusalem’s public life.
Judith Margolis’s exhibition at Miklat Le’omanut, a gallery in a haredi neighborhood, draws on her secular background and her later religious life.
By DAVID STROMBERG
The famous hymn describes the Jewish people's longing to return to Jerusalem.
Opinions vary as the ancient city readies itself for upcoming elections.
Netanyahu says he’s confident of victory; Herzog: PM has failed and admits it.
By GIL HOFFMAN
NGO Gesher video shows candidates complimenting politicians on opposite side of the spectrum.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Final meetings planned by Jerusalem Municipality and Interior Ministry canceled at last minute.
Meni Naftali, former house manager of the prime minister’s residence, is seeking hundreds of thousands of shekels for alleged poor treatment and failure to pay him for overtime hours.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
This is the second world scientific conference that the ministry is organizing with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Avner, though a kind and gentle soul, was fire and brimstone behind a microphone, a proud defender of Jewish values and the Jewish people.
Like the Talmud version of the program, those studying in the Daf Yomi B’halacha initiative complete their study program every seven years as well.
By JEREMY SHARON
"All those who voted for Bibi, do me a favor, don’t cry when your children die in the next stupid [IDF] operation,” victim of attack posted on his Facebook page one day prior.
By BEN HARTMAN
Among the politicians who paid their respects were President Reuven Rivlin, Minister of Culture and Sport Limor Livnat, and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat.
By HANNAH BROWN
Defendant is also indicted for separate counts of throwing Molotov cocktails, firecrackers and stones at IDF soldiers near a West Bank checkpoint during the summer Gaza War.
Tadesse Dabi crosses finish line in 2:18:20h; some 25,000 runners from 60 different countries participate in race around the capital.
Suspect confesses to throwing firebombs and rocks at security forces.
The Jerusalem Marathon is considered more difficult than than in usually hotter Tel Aviv race.
Sporadic violence continues blight the capital.
Winners will be announced on Tuesday morning.
Doctors managed to remove little metal bell that disconnected from child's Purim costume and entered his gastrointestinal system.
Kibbutz Tzuba offers an escape from the confines of urban life – experience the area’s beautiful green lungs, fruity wines and bucolic views.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
'Jerusalem Post' photographer Marc Israel Sellem was on hand to capture the colorful images.
The suspect has been identified by authorities as Mohammed Mahmoud Abdel Razek Salaima.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Jerusalem Mayor Barkat urges citizens to continue celebrating despite car ramming attack that injured 5.
Mayor Nir Barkat says threatened stoppage of services to the capital’s most vulnerable population is unacceptable.
"We don’t want our children to go to the army anymore," says participant.
"They are not only traitors to the country, but to Judaism," says observer.
Cross-section of Israelis agreed that the consequences are favorable to making a deal with Tehran that could imperil the country’s already tenuous security.
Security services prohibit non-Muslims from praying or engaging in other forms of worship on the site, claiming such activity triggers Palestinian violence.
“We were able to translate the love of Jerusalem worldwide into contributions of hundreds of millions of shekels for the city.”
Jerusalem under snow is a cipher erased.
By HAIM WATZMAN
Whoever wins the election, the Jerusalem issue needs to be defused.
By MOSHE MAOZ
The Israel Museum celebrtes fifty years.
The ‘Magazine’ sits down with the first woman to become secretary-general of the Knesset.
By STEPHANIE GRANOT
Readers comment on previous issues of the 'Magazine.'
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A start-up comes to the aid of long-suffering motorists who have felt the long arm of the law while struggling to find parking.
By BUZZY GORDON
Some tweets describe Abla Fahita ad as "puppet porn."
The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says at least four of the six crew were taken hostage.
Generally speaking, the most generous of philanthropists are people who have done extremely well in business.
The Jerusalem Academy presents its program of Spring Dance.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
Opera singers promoted the upcoming Opera festival in the Old City by surprising people at the outdoor market.
The Mahaneh Yehuda market, established at the end of the 19th century, is the heart of Jerusalem and an important site in modern Jerusalem history.
By JOANNA SHEBSON
Yudele has carved out a name for itself in Jerusalem.
By SHAWN RODGERS
Mahol Shalem brings local children’s shows into the global spotlight.
The kosher family-owned sandwich shop Michi is nestled in Jerusalem’s Maheneh Yehuda market.
By SARAH LEVI
Dining in style at the King David Hotel’s La Régence.
By DEBBIE KANDEL
The Moroccan/Algerian eatery takes you on a genuine culinary journey.
By DAVID BRINN
The annual Sounds of the Old City festival opens this week.
The Jerusalem Cinematheque gives viewers something to think about at Cinema and Brain Week.
The collaborating Israel Brass Octet sounded well-rehearsed and impressive, but tended to overshadow the choir’s voices.
By URY EPPSTEIN