Liberman: Gaza rockets are response to EU decision to remove Hamas from terror blacklist
Finance Committee approves funding for settlements despite objections by leftist politicians
Deputy A-G refuses to investigate Bennett for alleged Gaza war leak
Netanyahu promises to ‘vigorously’ oppose Palestinian moves at UN
Planting seeds for peace and health
'We have weak civil servants'
Health funds took in 9% more from supplementary health insurance in 2013
Ministry axes costly safe-sex video clip
WATCH: Israeli company develops smartphone for disabled
Tech Talk: Haredim in hi-tech
Watch out! You are being followed in the supermarket
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv among 14 cities to receive Bloomberg grants
Audience participation required
Dreidel challenge puts new spin on breaking a Guinness World Record
Jerusalem’s Bloomfield Science Museum lights up during Hanukka
Gentrified in Jaffa
Yellow-and-blue makes it seven straight
Mac TA cruises past Mac PT to cut gap from first place
Israel women’s basketball icon Liron Cohen retires
Glushko and Sela triumph for second straight year
Murder-suicide suspected after police find woman, husband dead in Rishon
Arab parties now close to a united list, MK says
Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick to run in Likud primaries
Lapid warns Netanyahu would cancel Haredi-IDF legislation
Hardline national-religious rabbis come out in support of Yishai’s new party
Tekuma: The cult of Orit Struck?
Syrian state media unveils IDF drone allegedly 'shot down'
Hamas conducts rocket tests in Gaza, drawing the attention of the Israeli military
IDF arrests knife-wielding Palestinian at West Bank checkpoint
Livni: The world listens to me
Price tag perpetrators sentenced to unprecedented 30 months in prison
Czech Jews protest invitation of Putin to Holocaust memorial
Jewish Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's son assaulted and robbed
A journey to Saskatchewan’s Jewish past
The Jewish roots of podcast sensation 'Serial'
PHOTO GALLERY: Jews, dignitaries worldwide mark third night of Hanukkah
WATCH: Palestinian cleric says husbands must know password for wives' Facebook accounts
Latest report on Mossad’s ‘Hezbollah spy’ says he gave up details of Burgas bombing
Syria says it shot down an Israeli drone near Golan
Price tag for Middle East chaos: $35 billion
Israel acknowledges upside of diplomacy with Iran, Obama says
The modern-day miracle of Israel
FOR ZION'S SAKE: Europe doesn't care about dead Jews
Poll dancing and wishful thinking
REALITY CHECK: Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett’s vision for the future is truly disturbing
Letters to the editor: Dec. 22, 2014
The last war but one
Why Fitch’s A+ gets a D
A love song for Jerusalem, sung in two genders
Grapevine: An international ‘Marriage’
This Week in Jerusalem: Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs
View from the hill
Three Ladies, Three Lattes: Shabbat peace
Happily Eva After: The one in which I acted the turkey
Where the blind lead the sighted
Grapevine: Celebrating in sign
Campaign jockeying reveals growing cracks in haredi walls
Turkey and the Islamic State
Abandoning the diplomatic battlefield to our enemies
Ignoring strategic reality
A song for Kislev: 'Sea of Sheaves'
שְתִיקָתוֹ שֶל בָּרוּך
שָרִים מִקוֹל הַלֵב
The miraculous oil of the olive
‘The peace process is like rock and roll – it is never going to die’
A smiling survivor
La droite s'effrite
L'union fait la force
Hanin Zoabi persiste et signe
La conférence du JPost
L'Andalousie séfarade, sur le chemin du retour
La cuisine juive dans l'espace et le temps
Les bougies de Safed
Transmuer la terreur en lumière
Autopsie d'une fuite de pétrole
L’éléphant blanc de Tel-Aviv
La violence dans les communautés juives orthodoxes : venir à bout du tabou
Affaires de femmes ?
Comment Abbas tire avantage de la mort d’Abou Ein
Frappes en Syrie, Damas accuse Tsahal
Al-Sissi n’est pas Moubarak
Le temps joue en faveur de Téhéran
Ciblés parce que juifs
Procès Lee Zeitouni : suite et fin
Peu d’espoir pour Pollard
Le prochain bras de fer entre Israël et les Etats-Unis
WATCH: Jerusalem Latin Patriarch leads mass in Gaza ahead of Christmas
Christmas in the Holy Land: Pilgrims and the Virgin Mary
Government halts Christmas Day conversions in India
Jewish influence on Christmas music
Hijabs, kippot and Santa hats: The Haifa Festival of Festivals
The Moshav Movement Honors KKL-JNF
KKL-JNF at the Diplomatic Conference
New Bike Single in Lahav Forest in the Negev
40,000 Cranes at the Winter Bird Festival
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
JNF USA Doctors Mission Connects to a Healthy Israel
KKL Brazil Holds Annual Gala Dinner in São Paulo
JNF Toronto Negev Dinner 2014 Honors Dr. Max Glassman
Israel Today and Tomorrow: KKL France Mission Visits Israel
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
12.22.2014 | 30 Kislev, 5775
So far, only seven permanent members have thus far announced their intention to vote in favor of the proposed resolution.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Shin Bet, Border Police and Jerusalem officers seize suspects’ computers and mobile devices.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Interior Ministry to deport wife and three children of Arab killer, destroy east Jerusalem home
"Oh Allah, hasten the establishment of the state of the Islamic Caliphate," Sheik Omar Abu Sara says.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal blames the prime minister for recent Palestinian violence by "turning a national fight into a religious one."
The suspect's vehicle lost control and crashed into an electric pole.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,JPOST.COM STAFF
President Rivlin meets with Mideast Quartet envoy Tony Blair in Jerusalem.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
"Al Arab Al Yawm" reports Jordan has called on Netanyahu's government to maintain status quo in capital.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
“Police units quickly arrived at the scene and apprehended the two suspects while they were riding their bikes toward east Jerusalem.”
"We are like brothers and sisters here; [Extremists] won’t change that."
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Christians represented more than half (53%) of all incoming tourists to Israel in 2014.
By ARIEL COHEN
Senior officials, including President Rivlin, former president Peres to address annual conference in Jerusalem, which will tackle political and security issues.
By DAVID BRINN
While there are many fine dining establishments across Israel, if you get to know the traditional street foods, you’ll eat like a local.
By AMY SPIRO
An appreciation of ‘Jerusalem Post’ founder Gershon Agron on the 120th anniversary of his birth
By ALEXANDER ZVIELLI
An innovative staging of Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro will be presented at the Gerard Behar Center on December 29.
A look at local stories from the capital.
By PEGGY CIDOR
French Hill is a quiet, clean neighborhood with bicycle trails, parks and a new community center.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Those celebrating Christmas in Jerusalem can take a tour through the Old City’s Christian Quarter.
By AVIVA BAR-AM
Have haredim adopted a new form of protest against Shabbat desecration – friendliness?
A career acceleration program for immigrants with strong educational backgrounds is coming to Jerusalem.
By LISA SAMIN
The Jewish Film Festival serves up culinary movies and workshops.
By BARRY DAVIS
SOME OF the Cinema City store owners are complaining that business is very slow and that people go to the complex just to see movies and not to do shopping.
The city is seeing a change in the residential trends of its Arab population.
A conference seeks to use comedy as a social tool.
By EITAN AROM
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
There are plenty of Hanukka-themed events to enjoy during the day as well.
By JOANNA SHEBSON
Cave walks, sparkling springs and a wealth of historical sites can be found a short drive from Jerusalem.
Kiryat Hayovel residents are planning a cooperative bar-café to answer the locals’ needs for leisure spots.
Trying doughnuts from all over town can be tiring, so ‘In Jerusalem’ has done the legwork for you.
News briefs from around Jerusalem.
Light in place of fire is distressed about the spike in attacks, but not discouraged.
There is still work to be done in cleaning up the Building Permits Department, but the new procedures Mayor Nir Barkat introduced last month are a step in the right direction.
After decades of excavations, the Kishle and moat are now accessible to the public.
By CARL HOFFMAN
Family members are not helping her get the expulsion order canceled, but groups affiliated with Fatah and Hamas in the city have shown a different attitude.
A fire fueled by hate unites a determined community in the Pat neighborhood.
Plunging oil prices have far-reaching implications for the global economy, the Middle East and the Jewish state.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
The two parties may sit together in the Knesset, but their ideologies are not exactly aligned.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Erdan says coming "election will be between those who want to give up land...and those who are willing to take risks only for a lasting peace with those who recognize a Jewish state."
Survey finds Kahlon, Sa'ar preferred for March 17 election; Herzog even with PM.
Israelis will not be the only ones trying to influence the outcome of elections that will surely impact the region and beyond.
By HERB KEINON
NIS 70 m. complex scheduled to be completed in October 2016, will provide 400 beds.
The attendees registered so far are currently living in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, Australia, France, Switzerland and Sweden.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Jerusalem will receive $850,000 and Tel Aviv $650,000 in order to innovate the cities through government programs.
By NIV ELIS
Chairman Bentzi Gupstein and nine other activists from the group were arrested following a 10-month-long police investigation.
"The Sturgeon Queens" - Detailing the 100-year history of iconic Lower East Side eatery Russ and Daughters – is coming this week to the Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival
They may not help you decide who to vote for in the elections, but their shows will surely provide some relief from the non-stop campaigning that will have saturated our consciousness by then.
Shin Bet says that the suspects from the Lehava group, who range in age from 18-22, confessed to the attack against the Hebrew-Arabic school, but attorneys say confession coerced.
Jerusalem mayor says at Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Conference that capital must remain a untied city and never be divided.
The brigade's exercise examined a wide range of responses to threats like kidnapping soldiers from hitchhiking posts.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
200 select candidates attend job fair.
By JEREMY SHARON
In exclusive interview, Jerusalem mayor discusses terrorism, security, the Temple Mount and deporting terrorists’ families.
On Tuesday, Maccabi Haifa visits Ironi Nahariya.
By ALLON SINAI
Palestinian gas station workers allegedly attacked by 2 Israelis, victims’ families say, extra police units continue patrols throughout capital
60-year-old east Jerusalem resident was struck by car used to kill Border Police officer, yeshiva student and wound 13 others at light rail stop in November.
Funds to be allocated toward improving neighborhood’s infrastructure, according to municipality.
Despite conflict and fury, Israelis and Palestinians join together.
Allowing hospitals to purchase the much needed machines was Yael German's last move before she resigned as Health Minister.
A festive December at the Jerusalem Cinematheque.
By HANNAH BROWN
Hapoel beats Partizan in Belgrade for its 2nd Eurocup win, ensuring it still has something to play for.
Jerusalem will be crossing its fingers and praying for a Ploiesti loss to Bandirma on Wednesday, which would hand Hapoel a lifeline ahead of next week’s meeting against the Romanians.
Public security minister expects his Yisrael Beytenu party to increase its mandate in new elections.
By BEN HARTMAN
In 2014 construction began on 3,006 apartments, report says
Foreign minister calls for a new government that could work together to overcome a myriad of challenges facing.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,GIL HOFFMAN
Jewish suspect attacks Arab taxi driver with pepper spray in capital.
Prime minister calls for government stability amid ongoing coalition crisis.
As authorities carry on investigating the incident, politicians speak out, calling to condemn extremists.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Yiscah Smith’s multiple entries to, and exits from, Israel echo the Jewish people’s cycle of exile and redemption
By Rivkah Lambert Adler
Making a creative home in Israel.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
Judaism allows for vegetarian diets. This means Jews have a choice as to whether to be vegetarian or not. Since we have a choice, shouldn’t it be based on the highest Jewish values?
By JPost Editorial
Having miraculously survived a late-October assassination attempt, Temple Mount activist Yehudah Glick and his supporters are upbeat, and stronger than ever in his status as an ‘extremist’ – of faith
By ORIT ARFA
This is neither a political column, nor one on religion; it is a psychology column.
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
The Shlomo brothers offer the Bar MasterZ physical fitness group free of charge, in hopes calisthenics will take the place of alcohol and violence among riled-up Jerusalem youth
By ET GAR LEFKOVITS
Sixty-seven years ago the United Nations General Assembly adopted a partition plan to separate Palestine into separate Jewish and Arab states.
By CAROLINE FRANK
A roundup of local stories that made headlines this week.
By COMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
From the Umayyad period to the days of the Second Temple, these trails will take you through history.
By ITSIK MAROM
Now in its 11th year, Local Testimony has become the most important exhibition in the field of photojournalism in Israel.
Footage captured at the site shows a large group of Arabs chanting pro-Hamas slogans.
The threat of Islamic State has compelled Israel to foster unlikely alliances, or “frenemies,” IDF Planning Directorate head, Maj.-Gen. Nimrod Shefer tell Post’s Diplomatic Conference.
By NOA AMOUYAL
“They were amazing children and they didn’t believe that they could break free of this cycle."
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
The America Israel Cultural Foundation marked its 75th anniversary in New York.
By MAYA SHWAYDER
The Dialogues of Plato deal with the most fundamental ethical and moral issues affecting human conduct.
By SHLOMO RISKIN
The American Colony Hotel serves up a feast for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
By JONATHAN GILAD
Why does this story – replete with sex, intrigue and moral outrage against the wrong party – find its place in the midst of the Joseph story?
At Papagaya, meat lovers can have their fill of fillet – and then some.
The Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival opens this week.
Upgrade your trusted recipes.
By NERIA BARR
All the best things to over the weekend.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
It is that not Israel is being judged by criteria different to those applied to the region’s gory tyrannies, but that it is being judged by standards different to those that the EU judges itself.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
The sad and shocking result of the massacre is now known to everyone.
By RAFI FEUERSTEIN
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