12.06.2016 | 6 Kislev, 5777
Special report: Thousands of rockets to pound undefended Israeli civilians in next war
Arab IDF soldier: 'I love this country and want to contribute'
UN envoy: Israeli politicians should oppose the settlement bill
IDF prepares for terrorists on motorcycles during military exercise
Zionist Union ‘hidden taxes’ campaign puts spotlight on the budget
Deri: Progressive Judaism has no connection to Torah
'Israeli students lagging behind OECD counterparts'
US defense chief to visit Israel next week to welcome F-35 stealth jets
‘Netanyahu more scared of political rivals than the ICC’
MKs slam ministry, Chief Rabbinate over circumcision scandal
Bennett: Netanyahu must tell Trump what Israel wants as settlement in region
A tasty look at coexistence in Haifa
Bob Dylan to send speech instead of attending Noble Prize ceremony
Egyptian-born actor Jacques Cohen dies at 86
Ready to Trump the other comedy tours
Wyatt wills Holon to overtime victory at Hapoel Tel Aviv
Heavy debts force Hapoel TA to go to court
After snub by Israeli basketball league, Stoudemire’s son invited to play baseball
Maccabi Tel Aviv escapes Haifa with a win
West African countries fertilize Israel relations through agriculture
Israeli firm launches solar-powered device to monitor farm fields
Israeli researchers on the Paleo diet: Neanderthals ate plants as well as meat
1,500 Israelis go blind every year
School flu shot campaign hits obstacles, especially among the haredim
Arab teens are healthier than Jewish counterparts
Farmers block roads in protest of government policies
After long dry spell, rains pour over Israel
Asbestos hazards continue to plague Beit Meir residents after fires
No Holds Barred: A warrior son ends his IDF training
Good news from Europe?
Our World: Michael Flynn and what he means for Trump’s foreign policy
On My Mind: Infinite possibility
Rouhani says Iran won't let Trump rip up nuclear deal
Saudi court sentences 15 to death on charges of spying for Iran
Top Republican senator pushing to suspend aid to Palestinian Authority, Egypt
Australia to take over peacekeeping force in Sinai
Iran's supreme court upholds death sentence for billionaire tycoon
Netanyahu will work with Trump against 'bad deal' with Iran
ISIS retaliations attempt to slow Iraqi advance in Mosul
Report: Islamic State leaders called to choose successor to Baghdadi
Hezbollah vs ISIS vs Israel
Shin Bet nabs Arab-Israeli teen planning to join ISIS
Jewish anti-hate crime effort launches with support of EU, social media
US House introduces version of Senate campus antisemitism bill
Pro-Israel students at UCLA slam 'antisemitic' film screening attended by Roger Waters
Jenna Jameson dukes it out with ex-KKK grand wizard over Netanyahu crush
Israeli company promises to revolutionize real-estate with virtual-reality technology
Meet the garage start-up that powers some of the world’s biggest brands
Growth of hi-tech turning Jerusalem into ‘Start-Up City’
A reckoning for Ellison on Zionism – and a test for its lobbyists
As Trump heads to Oval Office, Israel-US panel says 'the only thing certain is uncertainty'
Unsettled Gulf Arab states seek to coordinate in wake of Trump election
Mississippi Gov. to ‘JPost’: Trump will be great for Israel
Analysis: Clinton falls amid assault on establishment
Clinton concedes: 'We have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling'
Hillary Clinton and the glass ceiling: Cracked but intact
NY hassidic village loyal to Clinton despite Trump popularity among ultra-Orthodox
Diplomacy: Donald Trump, have we got an Israel policy for you!
Mazel tov: Mila Kunis and husband Ashton Kutcher welcome baby boy Dimitri
The Travel Adviser: Drawing a line in the sand at El Al
Into the dark world of espionage
Grapevine: Between investigative reporting and a vendetta
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
PODCAST: After Turkey, Africa and Egypt, is Saudi Arabia Israel’s next ally?
Petitioners suggest Trump name US-Lebanese ex-porn star as Saudi envoy
Why ‘Daily Show’ host Trevor Noah had a bar mitzvah
Was CNN right to apologize over caption on 'alt-right' antisemitism?
How Trump's top aide Stephen Bannon made money from 'Seinfeld'
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
Judge Trump on his results
Trump’s challenge to American Jews
Middle of nowhere
Waiting for the new US administration
Top of the hill
Cooking: Back to Tangier
Pascale's Kitchen: Yeast Cakes
Rising to the challenge
This week in Jerusalem
From the ashes
Open for all, open for Shabbat
Israel’s food waste and how to prevent it
Nature fests and acid trips
Art therapist Mindy Edelman: Cut out for vision boards
The gift that keeps on giving
שְלוֹשָה אַחִים וּמְעָרָה
חוֹפֵי הַיָם שֶל יִשְׂרָאֵל
ִיחִידַת הָאוֹפַנוֹעִים שֶל מַדַ"א
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The Dutch electronics company exec who helped save more than 300 Jews in WWII
T.E. Lawrence wanted to see Jewish colonies – 'bright spots in a desert' – in the Holy Land
'I am always ready to help'
Danny Atar: “For each tree that was burned, we’ll plant two new ones”
Police Sappers from Abroad Plant Trees in Memory of Jonatan Vermeulen
JNF UK Dedicates the Jonathan Wohl Music School at Ono College
Update: Six days of battling the flames throughout Israel
We will win but how long will it take? Including Bibi's Building Bluff
Is a Jewish safe haven possible in the Diaspora; is America the “exception”?
Potentially Misleading Statistics on Global Terrorism
Still Looking for Israel at Harvard
“US Latinos are and will be important decision makers. It is important that the Jewish community is an ally and accompanies them in this process,” said Dina Siegel Vann.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
Move makes it easier for settlers to further develop the site.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
In February, the Knesset gave initial approval to Levin's proposal to add 15,000 new hotel rooms withn five years, and side-step irksome building regulation to help in the process.
By NIV ELIS
In the first three months of 2016, hotels sold roughly 705,000 nights to tourists, which represents a meager 5% increase over the same period in 2015.
Travel agents beware. Technology is revolutionizing the tourism industry in general and the hotel industry in particular.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The latest moves follow a recent decision to fast-track visa application requests for tour groups.
Plan to allocate NIS 70 million to economic revitalization, NIS 20 million to marketing campaign, another NIs 5 million for loans to small businesses.
Part of the reason may be the recent wave of terrorism, which may be deterring tourists.
Plan would classify hotels as "national infrastructure" for the first time, which will cut time for building approval and make it easier for new hotels to go up.
Data is not yet available for whether or how the wave of stabbing attacks in October has hit tourism.
US Ambassador to Israel Shapiro says announcement welcome news that would strengthen US- Israel ties.
The success stories of three Jerusalem-based start-ups.
By STEVE LINDE
The problem of sinkholes along the Dead Sea is getting worse and is negatively affecting tourism.
By EYAL LEVY
While a bottle of beer will cost you $2.70 at a bar in Krakow, in Tel Aviv it will cost $9.53, the GoEuro Beer Index finds.
Whether the motive to support Israel is religious, political or just an emotional affinity, it is clear that Israel has many young, promising, passionate and dedicated friends in the Netherlands.
By SHARON AHARONI
The tragedy marks the fourth time in as many months that Israelis traveling abroad have been reported killed in incidences across the world.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
“We need to remove every obstacle preventing participants in these trips from staying longer."
By JEREMY SHARON
Explore alleyways and stalls of some of the best markets in Israel.
By AMY SPIRO
The Old City of Jerusalem is regarded as the primary attraction for tourists from abroad.
By OMER YANIV
By BARRY DAVIS
All industries need salt: paper manufacturing, metalwork, paint manufacture, rubber and plastic, dyeing synthetic fibers, cleaning materials and bleach, soap and cosmetics, optics, leather tanning, drilling oil wells, de-icing highways… the list is endless.
By SYBIL EHRLICH
A delegation of Italian women discover the real spirit of Jerusalem.
By ANAV SILVERMAN
Passover is traditionally a time when visitors flood Jerusalem – yet the streets and hotels this year are relatively empty.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Residents of Walaja find their village being turned into a tourist attraction.
Government finally recognizes Israel is too expensive for many tourists.
By Gil Stern Stern ZOHAR
There is hotel in Jerusalem with a capacity of one, built in the courtyard of a former leper colony, where a single night will run you NIS 5,000.
By JOSH LOGUE
The Mahaneh Yehuda market has a wide variety of businesses.
By DAFNA SHEMER
A walk through the historic Marais neighborhood of Paris.
By BEN G. FRANK
Visiting here last month, I felt I was in a time warp – this is how Tuscany or the French Riviera once must have been before being inundated with holidaymakers.
By GIL ZOHAR
The Chinese are savants of civilization. For thousands of years they have absorbed ethnicities into their own culture.
By MARK FELDMAN
Is airport security contributing to negative views of the country?
By ROBERT SWIFT/ THE MEDIA LINE
One of the newest Tel Aviv hotels is the 65 Hotel, named for its address, smack dab in the middle of the upscale Rothschild Boulevard.
By DAVID BRINN
There is a wide range of Succot events on offer around the country.
The Tourism Ministry is also working with the Interior Ministry to make visas more accessible to attract more tourists.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The new priority map now involves most areas of the country, excluding Tel Aviv and Herzliya proper – a fact that irked certain Knesset members.
By SHARON UDASIN
Interior Minister Aryeh Deri stressed the importance of removing any bureaucratic obstacles in the way of bolstering Chinese tourism to Israel.
Addis Ababa is a city of contrasts. And therein lies its charm.
By RUTH BELOFF
Israeli Consulate says it has checked the issue with Indian police, who confirmed that a rape report was filed.
Nearly 80% of tourists visit Jerusalem, 70% go to Tel Aviv, 50% visit Dead Sea
Integral to the choice of coming to Israel is the eagerness to give back to its people. Masa hopes to inculcate a sense of shared responsibility.
By SHAINA OPPENHEIMER
Despite unrest, tourists bullish on visiting holy sites.
Annual poll of top 50 countries ranks Holy Land 8 places up from 2014-2015, ahead of France and Spain.
The young Israeli woman touring in the South American country fell ill and was found dead on a bus traveling to Lima.
‘Russia is one of the most important markets in which the Tourism Ministry operates,’ says Levin
Tour will include Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, and the northern part of the country.
Yariv Levin of the ruling Likud party said Saturday night that the idea of a visit to Germany makes him “uneasy.”
The Waldorf Astoria, which opened to the public in 2014, formerly served as the Palace Hotel during the British Mandate in 1929, and later as a government facility.
The total number of tourists to visit Israel in 2015 was estimated at more than three million.
By SAM SOKOL
Amid terror wave, Christmas numbers expected to remain paltry compared to previous years.
The campaign was initiated after the Finance Ministry allocated NIS 100 million for emergency loans late last month to aid hard-hit business owners.
Hotel Rothschild 22 provides a quiet night’s sleep in the center of bustling Tel Aviv.
By BRIAN BLUM
Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, sounds too good to be true
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Tel Aviv’s Arcadia Towers hotel combines elegance, business efficiency and history
CBS report cites 29% spike in visitors to country compared to September.
After six years, the Mamilla Hotel strives for something different
Surf’s up at the Yam Hotel in Tel Aviv
Jerusalem Municipality seeks to draw crowds to capital in whimsical, cheery fashion.
While you’re walking, take a look at the flora surrounding the path – there are terebinth, oak and large olive trees all around.
By MEITAL SHARABI
The festival, which has already begun and will continue until November 19, offers a variety of activities connected with wine that will take place in wineries and vineyards.
The city has really grown, and there are now wonderful museums, restaurants, attractions and even a man-made lake where visitors can ride around in pedal boats, and then hang out at a chic café
A taste of Acre and the Western Galilee region.
What to do on a visit to the Menashe Regional Council, just east of Hadera.
When the sun sets and a cool breeze begins to blow, this is the time to lace up your shoes and get out into nature. Here is a list of top sunset and nighttime summer tours.
Coastal and port cities have always attracted tourism, and this is certainly the case in Israel, too.
The capital city is effortlessly cool, the mountains are awe-inspiring and the countryside is charmingly pastoral.
By LAURA KELLY
Tours of Arab towns and villages that come to life as the sun sets during Ramadan.
By MEITAL SHARABI,TRANSLATED BY HANNAH HOCHNER
Many have heard of Eilat’s fantastically blue water, but not everyone knows about the incredible treasures that lie beneath the surface.
Ambassador tells The Media Line "We are friends of all and enemies of none."
By FELICE FRIEDSON/THE MEDIA LINE
Smack between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, Modi'in's tourist attractions have been popping up like mushrooms after rain.
This southeastern European country can open a large window into the past.
By ITSIK MAROM
A lesson in discretion
By LIOR DAYAN
A visit to the Bnei Shimon region in the northern Negev is a surprisingly fine choice for a couple of days.
A catch-up from around the country.
By COMPILED BY JULIE STEIGERWALD
In an attempt to lower the cost of hotel rooms, two government agencies last week announced a joint plan to tender state land to build a chain of five budget hotels with 850 rooms.
With the heat breaking, there are short, accessible hikes available in areas both pristine and historical.
By ALLAN RABINOWITZ
After a meeting between airline management and unions, the French carrier says it will offer female staff the choice of opting out of the flights.
ISIS continues efforts to improve its image.
Major hotel groups have confirmed that they are opening several hotels in the country's capital of Tehran.
The airfares are low, the tourism infrastructure first rate and the options for a memorable vacation, limitless.
Switzerland offers a wonderland of snow, cheese, hiking and wild train rides in the mountains.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Make no mistake – when you hear locals say akwaaba (welcome), they mean it.
By LINDA EPSTEIN
During Hol Hamoed Succot, the streets of Acre come alive with a week-long fringe theater and music festival, which are highly recommended.
By GRAEME STONE
The experience of being reviewed as a guest is new, at least to me.
By BARBARA SOFER
Passengers cry wolf, large numbers of compensation are doled out to them and El Al’s sterling safety reputation is severely tarnished.
To make the world a better place, we must first attend to our individual sphere.
By ANDREA SIMANTOV
Visitors to the country could be Israel’s best advocates, but some, it seems, do not leave with the greatest of impressions.
With a Japanese mountain range back lit by the setting sun, I experienced what it meant to be a Jew and a Zionist.
By BRIAN K. RIZEN
"We can report that there are definite traces of Jewish heritage in the Non Valley" in Italy, the writers say.
By MARIAPIA BIGARAN,FRANCO BONETTI