2 Palestinian attackers shot dead by security forces
Attorney: Lift gag order on ‘breakthrough’ in suspected Jewish terrorism case
Israelis were brutalized, castrated at Munich Olympics, widows reveal
Report: Israeli listening device explodes, injures 2 in Lebanon
Peace Now to High Court: New land allocations to West Bank settlements must be made public
Chief Rabbinate: Women should contribute to child support payments
Analysis: Not the darling of the ball, but also not the ugly duckling
Former US, Israeli officials spar on Iran deal aftermath
Smotrich threatens coalition over controversial bill
Idan Raichel gets personal on new album
Winter weekend fun at Jacob’s Ladder Festival
‘Pride and Prejudice’ in Jerusalem
Classical Review: Barrocade Ensemble
Sinai Says: Mac TA’s dejecting group-stage escapade a telling lesson in humility
Europe’s top swimmers in Israel for short-course championships
Hapoel grabs back control of its destiny
Basketball: Hapoel Jerusalem on Eurocup chopping block
IDF to begin allowing HIV-positive soldiers
Judge tosses Holocaust denier’s defamation case against newspaper
Facebook's Zuckerberg pledges 99% of family's wealth to charity
German department chain GALERIA Kaufhof denies it removed Israeli goods
Edelstein in Berlin: World cannot be apathetic to fight against forces of evil
Ex-Cambridge professor boycotts 13-year-old Israeli girl over Palestinian issue
Khamenei: ISIS 'vile' but Palestinians face worse terrorism from Israel
New phone app 'Israel's Nightmare' educates users on Iranian missile capabilities
Analysis: How Iran exploits ISIS to wage terror
IN PICTURES: Thousands of Iranian soldiers stage mock siege of Temple Mount
Despite high-profile massacres, UN says ISIS in Libya is struggling
Pentagon fields special force against Islamic State
French intelligence source: Paris attack suspect likely fled to Syria
Anonymous follows through in cyber war on ISIS: Extremist website hacked with Viagra
Study: American ISIS activists helped craft 'unique innovation in militant messaging'
Former head of IDF intelligence: ISIS is much less dangerous than Iran
Israel-Egypt look to increase tourism ties; Jordan guest worker program progresses
Israel has lowest C-section rate in OECD
The Jerusalem Post's Hanukka survival guide
TAU neuroscientists: Brains are not gendered
In the face of BDS movement, Britain and Israel agree to expand scientific cooperation
Flug: Despite faults, gas outline is best chance to develop Israel's reservoirs
Israel, Jordan advance $800m. Red-Dead canal, water swapping project
Netanyahu, Gabbay lead 70-strong Israeli delegation to Paris
2,000-year-old terraces restored 5 years after Carmel Forest fire
'Lesbians Who Tech' take on Tel Aviv
Israeli robotics expert: West 10 years ahead of ‘enemy’ in warfare technology
Israeli e-commerce works around Israel Post as Black Friday demand spikes
Israeli start-up AudioBurst wants to be the Google of radio
Southern portion of Tel Aviv rail line plan passes hurdle
Farewell to a giant – a tribute to Maurice Ostroff
Sean Penn speaks out about humanitarian work on visit to Israel
Meet Leem Lubany, the Israeli Arab beauty turning heads in Hollywood
Why did Hollywood actress America Ferrera want to convert to Judaism, have a bat mitzva?
Grapevine: Four-footed friends
Grapevine: Closing a Peres family circle down under
Arabs in Israeli hi-tech: Fact and fiction
Europe and the dilemma of terrorism
Center Field: In defense of ethnic nationalism, especially Zionism
Fundamentally Freund: Why is the White House hosting an Arab extremist?
The strange flight of the painted bird
Swinging in the Holy Land
Books: A primer for every palate
Books: Grappling with childlessness
Tour Israel: No-hike outing
Neighborhood Watch: Downtown Jerusalem coming into its own
Life, Life, Life: The newest grief
City Health: Young smokers? Ho hum, but the IDF is concerned
Corridors of Power: War time
The newest grief
‘If it’s good enough for me, it’s good enough for the museum’
Blues from the roots, in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem by way of LA
Changing the view
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: בְּגַנִי נְטַעְתִיךָ
מוֹפָע חָדָש: אִינְסָאנִיָה
סְטְרִיט וַייְז הִיבְּרוּ
The power of education
At the crossroads
Going with the Romanian flow
Dialogue of peace alone won’t do !
Vayeshev: A Prince Learns to Dream
Where Future Leaders Learn
Historical Agreement Signed Between KKL-JNF and the State of Israel
JNF Canada Dedicates New Bike Path with Gilad Shalit
Ben Gurion Accessible Park in Dimona
Furrows in the Desert in Turkana, Kenya
Portugal Entomologists Tour the Negev with KKL-JNF
Mississippi Governor plants a tree in Israel
Honduras President Plants Tree in Jerusalem
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
Agriculture Festival at Hula Lake Park
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
JNF Canada Negev Dinner 2015 in Toronto
KKL France Mission Parts from Israel by Planting Trees
Got Water Problems?
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
12.02.2015 | 20 Kislev, 5776
The suspect was shot and apprehended, police said.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Shalev Ad-El will head the Netanya Kibbutzim Chamber Orchestra in its new season.
By MAXIM REIDER
Yaron Gottfried bids farewell to the Netanya Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra.
Court of justice rejects petition by the state against two private ports, upholding a National Labor Court decision to temporarily suspend their tenders.
By NIV ELIS
Peu importe qui dirigera la prochaine coalition, il est temps de trouver une solution à la crise du logement
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Pour les nouveaux immigrés français, choisir Natanya pour port d’attache, c’est un peu comme se retrouver à la maison
By SARAH HERSHENSON
Tel est l’objectif de l’association AMIT : protéger la mémoire collective et le riche héritage culturel des Juifs tunisiens.
By ORIANE COHEN
Comment les grands écrivains juifs ont-ils abordé leur judaïté dans leurs écrits ? La question était au cœur de la Rencontre internationale du judaïsme francophone au campus de Netanya, jeudi 20 mars
By KATHIE KRIEGEL
Le « pape de la résilience » était récemment au collège de Netanya pour une conférence. L’occasion de rencontrer l’un des psychiatres les plus connus de France, enfant de déportés, qui a cherché toute sa vie à élucider le trauma psychique
By MYRIAM SHERMER
En vue des élections municipales, de nouvelles voix se lèvent à Netanya où, pour la première fois, un « pacte francophone » est créé.
By MARTIN ALARGENT
Israël a rejoint le club prisé des pays reconnus pour la sécurité et l’accessibilité de leurs plages publiques.
By KARIN KLOOSTERMAN, ISRAEL 21C
L’industrie automobile du pays a soulevé de grands espoirs à ses débuts. Mais qu’en reste-t-il aujourd’hui, à part quelques lots de roues, et une grappe d’inconditionnels qui persistent à circuler à bords de leurs voitures « made in Israël », auxquelles ils demeurent très attachés.
By ABRA COHEN
Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, la candidate UMP à la mairie de Paris était en Israël du 30 juillet au 1er août pour s’inspirer du hi-tech israélien.
By YOHAV OREMIATZKI
Un nouveau quartier de Netanya est en construction. La ville côtière serait-elle en phase de mutation ?
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Energy Ministry establishing administration for Sustainability in Cities project.
By SHARON UDASIN
Based on the current determination on all sides to defeat IS, Netanyahu is proposing an alliance between Israel and those Arab states opposed to militant Islamists.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Bring opinion leaders here, provide data to friends abroad, and don’t put Foreign Ministry in charge.
By EVELYN GORDON
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
THE FIRST Hebrew words uttered by Chinese Ambassador Gao Yanping were “shana tova,” according to Hebrew University President Prof. Menachem Ben- Sasson.
Various beauty products sold by Royal Cosmetics Ltd. were found by the Health Ministry to have been produced and marketed illegally.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Issue lays in voluntary public hospitals where private medical services are permitted not to allow doctors to get paid directly by either foreign or Israeli patients.
By JUDY SIEGEL
Medics provide lessons in Hebrew, French due to high frequency of downing cases this summer.
Pieces featured in the 'New York Times' and The Daily Beast blame fear-mongering and a more right-wing stance as the reasons for the Likud's win.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
It was the leaders' first face to face exchange since 2010.
By HERB KEINON
The Netanya Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra opens its Centennial Series.
Suspect allegedly wanted to beat the Palestinian attacker with the plank but was stopped by police.
By BEN HARTMAN
The husband fled the scene before police arrived and for hours could not be located until he was spotted in Petah Tikva late Sunday afternoon and arrested.
The murder of cab driver Derek Roth, which took place in Herzliya in 1994, shocked the nation because of the utter randomness of the crime.
A 65 year old woman and two 25-year-old men were the unfortunate victims of car fatalities Monday morning.
Obama warned Republican lawmakers not to "prejudge" the agreement or "try to use a procedural argument essentially to screw up the possibility of a deal."
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
"We see this often, people who exploit their access to crime scenes and send out pictures that make it harder for us to do our job."
Netanyahu noted that centuries before Abraham Lincoln in his quest for justice, equality and freedom sought to abolish slavery Moses had handed down anti-slavery laws to the Children of Israel.
By BEN HARTMAN,JPOST.COM STAFF
Eclectic violinist Yair Dalal will join top-notch guitarists at this year’s Guitar Gems festival in Netanya.
By BARRY DAVIS
No decision has been made yet about whether he will attend the September 15 Likud central committee meeting in rocket-stricken Ashkelon.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The government remains committed to building settlements rather than peace.
By YARIV OPPENHEIMER
Local Arab leaders say Israel needs to address the community’s grievances that flared up recently into widespread rioting.
By ANDREW FRIEDMAN
While facing monumental challenges with heroism and humor, we always sweat the small stuff as though our survival depended on it.
By RUTHIE BLUM
When people think of Zichron, they usually picture the quaint pedestrian walkway that was built in the town’s heyday in the 1990s. Luckily, the area is once again picking up speed.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Paying respects to the sea through interior design.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
Life in a retirement home is fine, they say – many interesting lectures and study groups, a great swimming pool and well-equipped gym.
A charming space removed from the city center is complemented by the serenity of the sea.
This Netanya couple lives on a high floor and spends much of their time assisting others who are not as fortunate.
Several hundred people attended the opening of an Ethiopian community center in Netanya last week.
Designer Nicole Lehrer Nakash creates a home without doors for a client who likes open space – and a constant view of the sea.
French olim find their Netanya home.
Celebrating 40 years, a Netanya synagogue offers social activities, Torah classes, a charity program – and, of course, prayer services.
There is a valid argument that Israel would have come into existence without the Holocaust happening during WWII.
By JACK COHEN
The Netanya Municipality has purchased and restored a Nazi cattle car, which has been installed at Netanya's central memorial site, in order to commemorate the memories of the millions of Jews who perished in the Holocaust.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A bird banding demonstration attracts young and old in the Hefer Valley.
By COMPILED BY NATHAN WISE
Tirat Carmel has become a modern industrial town of science-oriented enterprises and logistical centers.
Miriam Feirberg-Ikar is thrilled to have won a fourth term as Netanya mayor, but she is disappointed with the low voter turnout and the dearth of women elected.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Senior physician at the Haifa hospital told patients that new drugs being produced today are made of advanced biological materials that will eliminate the disease with high efficacy.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The Forgotten People Fund brings underprivileged children to summer camp and smiles to their faces.
For years the poor relation of nearby Caesarea, Or Akiva now offers a more affordable alternative with the same employment, commercial opportunities.
Thousands turn out for Safed’s annual klezmer festival.
The country’s auto industry began with high hopes, but now all that remains are a few sets of wheels – and a group of men who regularly take their beloved Israeli-made cars out for a spin.
Authorities prohibit incarcerated sons of mobster to attend funeral, saying presence would pose security threat.
Media reports suggest that man shot himself in Netanya home, however police emphasize that they have not yet determined who the shooter was; crime figure's name not cleared for publication.
The victim, Ayal Sofer, is a well-known organized crime figure in the Netanya area, and has survived a number of attempts on his life.
Police arrest 38-year-old man who allegedly attempted to kill niece in order to bring about the coming of the Messiah.
By ALON HACHMON, ISRAEL POST
Marriage data on Ethiopian community represents a “major demographic shift,” expert tells 'Post.'
By HENRY ROME
Car loses control, hits a number of pedestrians on a traffic island; 70-year-old driver detained by police.
Police are examining the possibility that the hit was meant for victim's brother, who is himself a more prominent local criminal figure.
Hundreds of French tourists explore the possibility of making aliya in the near future; attend Netanya’s second annual aliya and absorption information fair on August 15.
By SAMMY HUDES
Police locate body of Bet Shemesh father after assistance from helicopter, divers; crew discover body of 60-year-old near Haifa.
Background of explosion not yet clear to police; suspicions that 50-year-old man may have been attempting suicide.
The fair, which will take place on June 17th, is expected to offer the teenagers dozens of jobs for summer employment.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Elderly man found dead in Herzliya; police detain suspected driver; 80-year-old woman hit by car, seriously hurt in Netanya.
Court accepts police appeal, overturns previous ruling to release foreign player to house arrest, saying he poses flight risk.
Judge agrees to release suspected soccer player for Saturday game; police delay release in hopes of successful appeal.
Soccer player suspected murder of Netanya woman to be allowed to play Saturday night game.
A classic hotel near the promenade.
By SIVAN AZULAY
There can be no doubt that the current electoral system we ‘enjoy’ in Israel will continue to provide governments that simply cannot govern.
By BRENDA KATTEN
While the Hod Hefer tragedy could have been a lot worse, if government agencies and consumers do not compel industry to take preventative measures, the next tragedy will certainly be worse.
By ERIC AMSTER
The entry of settlers to Silwan was a highly political move, an attempt to change the status quo in Jerusalem by altering the character of the Arab neighborhood.
By ANAT BEN-NUN
"Nothing that happens in New York is ever just about New York; it’s always about Israel."
By AMY BARATH
You are a people that every day proves its spiritual resilience
and has done so from its very beginning. The vitality of the Jewish people
throughout history is what has left its mark on me
By NICOLAS SARKOZY
Borderline views: All of us would recommend, without any hesitation, to those acquaintances, friends and relatives in the UK to repeat our experience and to come live in Israel.
By DAVID NEWMAN
While the ancient Israelites were miraculously able to rid themselves of back-breaking bondage and enter the Promised Land with the riches taken from their Egyptian taskmasters, hundreds of thousands of less fortunate Jews in modern day Israel, have had to rely upon the every-day miracles performed by Meir Panim’s angelic volunteers in order to celebrate Pesach
By SHLOMO STEPHENS
Kiryat Shmona claims 2-1 victory over Hapoel Beersheba to advance to State Cup final in three weeks.
By ALLON SINAI
Around 600 swimmers from across Europe will descend on Netanya for the European Short Course Swimming Championships which will take place next January.
A visit to Netanya should provide Jerusalem with an ideal opportunity to bounce back from the setback in Tel Aviv.
Ever since he was named the Israel Under-21 coach in August of 2010, Luzon insisted that his next coaching position would be in Europe.
Hapoel Ramat Gan claims second State Cup in club's history with penalty win after extra-time.
Barak Netanya clinches home-court advantage in the BSL quarterfinal playoffs with its fourth straight win.
A win would have propelled the team back up to the coveted sixth place and Beitar looked to be heading to a victory.
Greens remain red-hot, eight points back of leader Mac TA; Jerusalem’s slump continues.
Maccabi Haifa got its BSL campaign back on track, beating Barak Netanya 79-68 on the road.
Maccabi Tel Aviv made to sweat before extending its BSL winning streak to 14 games, coming back from a late seven-point deficit.
The history of foreign coaches who have launched their wares in Israel is a long and muddled one.
By DON BARNETT
Ashdod hands league-leader 1-0 loss; Acre and Netanya draw eight-goal thriller.
The country’s coastal cities are justifiably famous for their long, beautiful beaches, where swimmers can enjoy themselves in safety and which offer facilities for all ages.
By ANN GOLDBERG