Peres: Netanyahu can't feed the poor with declarations
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
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
CIA trains agents to avoid security screening at Ben-Gurion Airport, WikiLeaks document shows
Herzog-Livni joint list leading Likud, Knesset Channel poll finds
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
Erekat: Kerry didn't ask us to hold off UN bid until after Israeli election
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
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
‘Yazidi women dragged by their hair, sold into sex slavery by ISIS for $25’
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
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: Santa distributes Christmas trees to Jerusalem residents
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
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
The PA leader’s actions over the last few months – indeed, over the last few days – indicate that he is interested in keeping Netanyahu well-ensconced in power.
By HERB KEINON
Foreign minister accuses Palestinians of exerting "baseless" charges of Israeli responsibility for Ziad Abu Ein's death to "exacerbate the conflict."
Exiled leader of terrorist group blames Netanyahu for recent spike in Palestinian terror attacks on Israelis.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
President Rivlin meets with Mideast Quartet envoy Tony Blair in Jerusalem.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
"I am completely convinced that once the reasons for the violence disappears, so will the violence itself," says Margalit.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
According to the B'Tselem Human Rights group, one woman lives in the house alone.
By BEN HARTMAN
Imam of Acre's Al-Jazzar Mosque took part in an interfaith meeting following Jerusalem terror attack this week.
By BEN HARTMAN,JPOST.COM STAFF
Local chief rabbi: There shouldn’t be Christian symbols in city but there’s no need to remove tree; Israeli-Arab writer: Decorations promote pluralism.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
The Iranian Jewish community came together on November 20 for a special pilgrimage.
By HAGAI LAP
Yitzhak Eldan has used his career in diplomatic circles to make the Ambassadors’ Club a vibrant part of the international community in Israel.
By JORDYN SCHWERSKY
While regional threats remain real, Israel also has strong local allies, and the likelihood of a major security crisis in the near future remains reasonably low.
By JONATHAN SPYER
Israel’s struggle for acceptance has yet to be fully won, but its first 66 years have been more successful than the Jewish state’s first diplomats ever dreamed.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Former president Shimon Peres is settling into his new life as Citizen Peres, but he’s still intent on making his voice heard.
By DAVID BRINN
PM keeps asking other governments to do more to combat anti-Israel incitement, but his own does nothing.
By EVELYN GORDON
What do Islamist terrorists seek?
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
It’s a vital war, it’s happening now, and many of our national leaders are helping the wrong side
In fact, the only member of the cabinet who actually lives in Jerusalem is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
An Arab and a Jewish student from the school were flown to Washington for the ceremony.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Medics moved in and took away five injured people on stretchers; hostage-taker was among those killed.
Ashton Carter writes of US "deterrence and containment" of a nuclear Iran in 2008 Harvard paper; Colleague notes active role in US-Israel partnership.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Party members from Belgium’s governing coalition deny reports that it had agreed in principle to recognize Palestinian statehood.
Arab-backed resolution gains 161 yes-votes.
By MAYA SHWAYDER
The Sesame Phone is customized to the user's face and allows them to select applications and move the curser.
PM slams moves in Geneva, Luxembourg, Strasbourg, as focus on Palestinian statehood turns to New York.
15-year-old allegedly punched his teacher in the stomach, knocking him to the ground.
While Israel will be slammed in Geneva, matters could be much worse at the European Parliament, where a resolution will be voted on that calls for negotiations leading to a two-state solution.
A victory in each match meant a point for the winning club. A draw was worth a half point for each side.
By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
Greek police have said a far-left group was likely responsible for the attack.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
No reports of injuries in incident in Greek capital; police investigating circumstances of reported shooting.
By HERB KEINON,REUTERS
Palestinians hailed the unanimous decision by the organizational body of 122 nation in New York to grant as an important step in achieving their final goal of formal membership.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,HERB KEINON
The incident occurred in the Rami Levi supermarket near Maale Adumim.
"I will not tolerate this opposition from within," Netannyahu says.
World AIDS Day to be held on Monday.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Commitment was first signed in 1979 after the Iranian revolution sent shock waves of higher prices and fears about disruptions in the Mideast through oil markets.
This is not the first time that the PM's cars were stopped for dangerous driving.
Officials in Jerusalem have said that Sweden's move to recognize a Palestinian state had much to do with domestic political consideration.
The new guidelines will add Jerusalem and 41 other cities, towns and local councils to the list of areas in Israel considered “high-risk” or “high-priority.”
Hezbollah planted, detonated two bombs in the Har Dov region along the Lebanese-Israeli border in October, wounding two IDF soldiers.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
‘A small hilltop, in the middle of nowhere, in the middle of everywhere.’
By JANICE WEIZMAN
The credit rating of a country’s bonds is based on a group of experts’ opinions and they may well disagree.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Among Israeli Arabs and Palestinians few are willing to speak out against terrorism, but some are outspoken.
By ANDREW FRIEDMAN
Abbas has made a strategic decision to raise the negotiating bar too high for any Israeli leader to contemplate.
By MOSHE ELAD
Political pluralism is a laudable principle, but it’s no reason to acquiesce to the delegitimization of Israel.
By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
One percent of the Jewish community has migrated to Israel this year alone and, with many more expected to follow, some are calling for Jews to stay and fight for their place.
By BERNARD EDINGER
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East.
By COMPILED BY THE MEDIA LINE
By THE MEDIA LINE
Readers respond to the latest 'Magazine' articles.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The story of an Australian couple offered a dream job in Dubai, the Las Vegas of the Middle East – and how their dream turned into a nightmare.
By ORI GOLAN
"Being away from home for so long, every day hearing that people I knew were injured or killed, including from my own regiment. That was very hard."
The alleged spy had frustrated attacks against Israel and held a number of important positions.
SANA says a Skylark 1 drone was shot down over village of Hadar.
The Policy Research Working Paper released in December analyzes the economic effects on Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, and Lebanon, finding that Syria and Iraq have been hardest hit.
The Palestinians aren’t going to change their policy or rescind the statehood bid at the Security Council on the basis of the results of Israeli elections.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Repaired relations with Tehran could ease Hamas's financial and political isolation.
Kuwaiti newspaper says arrest of spy known as M.Sh. is seen by Hezbollah as an important achievement.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA,ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
The United States, which has a veto at the Security Council, has already indicated it finds the timeline in the Palestinian proposal unacceptable.
China has expressed concern about the rise of Islamic State in the Middle East, nervous about the effect it could have on its Xinjiang region.
Since the rise of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, human rights activists have criticized the government for its treatment of dissent in the press.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Egyptian, Jordanian leaders call to remove obstacles standing in the way of renewing the peace process, and work toward a two-state solution.
Expert on Gulf affairs to ‘Post’: US should consider removing its military base from Arab country, "Qatar and Turkey are in Congress’s sights."
According to Bloomberg, the attack caused an estimated $40 million in damages to the Las Vegas Sands Corp.
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
"Turkey will continue to fight against Israel's anti-humanitarian and outrageous actions," Turkish president says.
Israel has not officially acknowledged carrying out the attack, which was captured on film by eyewitnesses on the ground.
Obama promises more aid, loan guarantees to Jordan.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,REUTERS
US president meets with Jordan's King Abdullah in Washington to speak about regional issues in the Mideast.
Survey examines American public's attitudes toward Middle East conflict amid recent developments.
By JULIE STEIGERWALD
Reports surfaced on Sunday of 31--year-old Gill Rosenberg's capture by Islamic State fighters.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,YOSSI MELMAN
Gill Rosenberg, 31,said last week on Facebook that she was no longer updating her page because she was headed to an area without internet.
By YOSSI MELMAN
US State Department said it was "horrified" by Syrian government bombings in Raqqa province.
Erdogan: Foreigners love oil, gold, diamonds, and cheap labor of Islamic world. They like the quarrels of the Middle East. Believe me, they don’t like us.
Regional expert: The main impetus for Mideast developments is indigenous rather than external.
Security forces on high alert in Cairo over planned protests by Islamists on Friday.
Selling, buying and consuming alcohol in the Islamic Republic is strictly forbidden and can come with a penalty of 80 lashes.
UAE says Council on American-Islamic Relations should be banned, US disagrees.
By ZVI MAZEL
Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA) quotes an unnamed member of Iran's negotiating team in Vienna saying that deal will not be reached by Monday.
Over past few months there has been a series of reports by police in the north of ISIS graffiti.
Roughly half of the country’s Jewish population — numbering fewer than 90 in total — live in a guarded compound.
Disney denies Egyptian minister's statement: Not opening amusement park in country.
The offer of Iranian aid has reportedly caused international opposition, including from the US.
In addition, countries such as Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are supporting the Egyptian government.
Islamic State has placed a $6 million ransom on the remaining hostage, Daily Beast reports.
Discussions are underway between Egypt, Disney International to open the park, according to country's investment minister.
The IDF's Gaza op ended in August, but the wounds remain. Part II of a series of interviews with combat soldiers.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Deputy Knesset speaker: Israel is living on borrowed time.
By NACHMAN SHAI
There is total pandemonium when only the ideal reigns, while the realistic and the workable are ignored.
By NATHAN LOPES CARDOZO
The police had an atrocious year, as mafia wars raged and the organization was racked by
Palestinian journalists say that Abbas gives a lot of thought to the legacy he will leave - will it be violence or stability, terrorism or peace?
By JPost Editorial
Naftali Bennett gave a spirited performance at the recent Saban Forum, but was far more convincing on what should not be done, than on what should be done.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
The call for legitimizing Iran while it continues on its dark path of destruction and devastation, seeking nuclear military capability, weakens the moderate forces and emboldens the radical ones.
By HILLEL NEWMAN
The Israeli government and local media should send an unequivocal message that Gunness’s boycott call is an unacceptable attempt to intimidate a reputable newspaper.
This is old politics at its worst, and a sad sign of where we’re headed – to the past instead of the future.
The Temple Mount may be the greatest example of a case where police are forced to deal with the fallout of political calculations of Israeli politicians.
Want to talk Israel-Palestine? Answer one or two questions first.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
It is time that we placed the story of and ultimate redress for the Jewish refugees from Arab countries back on the Jewish communal and international agenda.
By SHIMON OHAYON
Hamas’s financial success by far eclipses that of Hezbollah, Taliban and al-Qaida.