Syrian media claims Israeli jets struck army base, Hezbollah base
Police commissioner: Crime rates in Arab sector unacceptable
Palestinian assailant wounds Israeli jogger in Gush Etzion stabbing
Netanyahu: Israel needs fences on all borders to keep out ‘predators’ in region
Sinai Says: Federman sheds light on yellow-and-blue’s festering dysfunction
Eurocup campaign on the line for Mac TA vs Nizhny
Beersheba bursts out in State Cup quarters
Conservative movement publishes egalitarian and LGBT-friendly siddur
NGO to High Court: The country cries out against Deri as interior minister
MKs call to remove ex-diplomat who calls to isolate Israel from school board
Coalition rebel Oren: NGO bill downgrades Israeli democracy in world’s eyes
Balad MKs banned from Knesset debates for meeting terrorists' families
Dazzling divas from Down Under
Jason Derulo to light up Rishon Lezion
Looking for clues
Whisper down the lane
PREVIEW: State Cup quarterfinals set to kick off
Shechter inspires Beitar to win over Ra’anana
WATCH: Mayim Bialik puts Jewish modesty aside, flashes Piers Morgan
Victorious in New Hampshire, Sanders is first Jew to win presidential contest
Europe synagogues up for sale as Jewish demographics change
Turkey's Erdogan meets American Jewish delegation in Ankara
Report: Iran hacked former IDF chief's computer
Fatah, Hamas reportedly make progress in reconciliation; PA nods toward unity gov't
Saudi Arabia prepared for ground war in Syria, military spokesman says
Hezbollah captives in Syria condemn the organization's involvement in Syria's civil war
Trudeau: Canada must move 'carefully' in lifting Iran sanctions
Israel's air force still keeps eye on Iran despite nuclear deal
Iran army chief: Missile program a threat to our enemies, Israel should know what that means
'Briton who became ISIS beheader traveled to Gaza with Galloway convoy'
To silence propaganda, Iraq seeks to take ISIS offline
Report: EgyptAir mechanic with ISIS ties planted bomb in Sinai plane crash
Study urges at-home voting
Change diapers, breastfeed baby, start a business
TECH TALK: Intel Israel is constantly expanding
Green activists: Haifa pollution plan 'is like giving giving a bandaid to a cancer patient'
Israeli, American researchers find blood marker that could lead to early Alzheimer’s diagnosis
Haifa has several disease ‘hot spots,’ says researcher
US, Israeli experts meet to advance disability services
Agriculture Ministry calls to further restrict trawl fishing
Weather Roundup: Cold and rainy in an unusually dry winter
Israel Railways is going electric
Israeli start-up aims to revolutionize mobile-based charitable giving
Zcash saves the world, Geek PicNic goes to Jerusalem and AOL innovates
Record turnout for New Hampshire primary
Sanders flirts with history in quest to be first Jewish victor in US primary
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Comment: Denver Broncos and the meaning of life
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
On securing Jerusalem
Blowing every which way, at the Red Sea Jazz Festival
Mark Twain – a guest at the Virginia Pavilion
The soldier in the Mukhabarat
God’s presence is you!
Fifteen characters in search of a better author
The perfect mystery
Playing with conditionals
‘I don’t call them works of art, I call them stories’
Arrivals: Go with the flow
Hassidism: Democratizing the mystical experience
Wrestling with humanity
Monday mingling in Jerusalem – at Shaon Horef
This week in Jerusalem
Speaking with Yeshiva University's Richard Joel
Yeshiva University tackles the modern questions
In Beit Shemesh, more than just a children’s library
Made in Israel: The little sensor that could
Technology: Opening doors for seniors
A groovy cut in time
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: לֹא פַּעַם, בַּקַיִץ
F-35 מְטוֹס הַקְרָב
חָדָש בִּנְמַל הַתְעוּפָה בֶּן-גוּרְיוֹן
Pro-BDS Presbyterian church set to lose 400,000 members
The Grace of God
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US Professor who said Christians, Muslims worship same God to leave school
Race and ethnicity, there and here
New York, Nu York: Another Happy New Year
A Women Needs a Man Like a Fish Needs a Bicycle
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Green Leadership Classroom for Rehovot's Hadarim School
Shimi Rouimi Garden Dedicated in Ofakim
Olive Tree Planted in Rome for Holocaust Remembrance Day
The New Shoham Forest Bike Trail
Planting Trees for Ezra Schwartz
KKL-JNF Christmas Tree Distribution in Full Swing
Senior Chinese Foresters Visit Israel
Prime Minister of Albania Plants 80th Tree in Grove of Nations in Jerusalem
President of Ukraine Plants Olive Tree at Grove of Nations in Jerusalem
Solar Panels Installed on KKL-JNF Offices' Roof in Jerusalem
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02.10.2016 | 1 Adar I, 5776
Israel's defense minister asserts it is up to Turkey to decide if they want to work to fight terrorism.
By HERB KEINON
“President Recep Tayyip Erdogan knows very well that the Gaza Strip is part of the Palestinian territories and not an independent republic," says senior Fatah official close to Abbas.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
One Israeli official sought Tuesday to tamp down some of the initial optimism over reaching a deal.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,HERB KEINON
Netanyahu, meanwhile, says Israel-Turkey normalization is a "two-way street."
Vandals wrote "Terrorist Israel, there is Allah," on the external walls of the synagogue structure.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Community chairman says he believes that attitudes toward Jews were changing in Turkey.
By SAM SOKOL
How Israel’s natural gas finds can strengthen commercial and economic ties and bring peace between nations in the Middle East.
By AMIR FOSTER
The Pentagon did not immediately comment on Putin's remarks that "we informed our American partners" about when and where Russian aircraft would be operating.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would allow ministerial-level talks between the two countries, but ruled out meeting with the Egyptian president, Turkish media reported on Sunday.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Erdogan was speaking on board a plane transporting him back home following a meeting with Saudi King Salman in Riyadh.
Israel allows commercial goods into Gaza through its land crossings and said that nearly 128,000 tons of material, or 3,750 truckloads, entered Gaza last week.
By REUTERS,TOVAH LAZAROFF
'Hurriyet Daily News' reports that Erdogan will not accept any Israeli restrictions on the flow of Turkish aid to the Palestinian coastal enclave.
Jewish Turkish journalist: The path to a normalization of relations would not be smooth, particularly on the Turkish side.
Regional circumstances have pushed Turkey to look for a rapprochement with Israel, but will its erratic president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan really be willing to about face?
By YOSSI MELMAN
The Istanbul-based 'Daily Sabah', affiliated with the ruling Justice and Development Party [AKP] of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, reported on Saturday that Israel had agreed to ease the blockade.
Herzog says deal comes too late, while Liberman calls it ‘dangerous’ for Israel.
By STEVE LINDE
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said that the lifting of the siege on Gaza is a basic condition for him to complete reconciliation with Israel; stresses that Ankara will not give up the issue.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Relations between the two soured in 2010 when Israeli commandos killed 10 Turkish activists when storming the Mavi Marmara, a ship in a convoy seeking to break the Gaza blockade.
Opposition leader and former FM both warn against paving the way for Turkish "foothold in Gaza."
Earlier this week, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that his country stood to benefit from restored relations with Israel.
Liberman says that not only does Turkey have normalization demands, but so does Israel, first and foremost Ankara’s kicking out of the country the Hamas command.
Recent elections in Egypt and Turkey have enabled their leaders to consolidate their rule
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg urged Russia on Saturday to "take all necessary measures" to ensure NATO airspace was not violated again.
More than one million refugees and migrants arrived in the European Union last year and some 3,600 died or went missing. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, the renowned MIT linguist responded to Erdogan’s criticism of him and other intellectuals for their support of Kurdish separatists in Turkey.
Eyewitnesses to the incursion reported that the Turkish forces have not encountered any resistance from ISIS fighters, which raises the question of possible collaboration between ISIS and Turkey.
By MAAYAN GROISMAN
President Tayyip Erdogan denounced the more than 1,000 signatories of the document, who included US philosopher Noam Chomsky, as "dark, nefarious and brutal" in a speech after Friday prayers.
With conflicts rapidly multiplying around it, Israel is steadily adopting a mind-set of neutrality.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
The terrorist attack jolted the state, prompting a government ordered media blackout. Turkey initially reported that the suicide bomber was a Syrian.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
President Erdogan says Syrian suicide bomber is thought to have been responsible for explosion.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu addresses several concerns in wide-ranging policy speech to Turkish ambassadors on Monday.
Observers suggest Turkey should not rush to support either side in this Middle East showdown.
By NICK ASHDOWN/THE MEDIA LINE
Police declined comment on incident; cause of explosion unknown.
Relations between Ankara and Moscow are already at their worst in recent memory after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane over Syria last month.
Israeli expert: Once the crisis with Russia passes, “Turkey will resume their old ways, including the bitterly anti-Israel dimension.”
While a final agreement has yet to be signed, Israel and Turkey are working on a draft agreement to improve ties between the two nations
“The normalization of relations between Turkey and Israel will not change Ankara’s position towards Hamas,” says senior Hamas official.
The UN Security Council met on the issue on Friday at the request of Iraq and Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who asked the body to adopt a resolution demanding Turkey withdraw its troops.
The view among Turkey's Kurds was that Erdogan had engineered a new conflict with the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) to win over Turkish nationalist voters.
"It is hard for us to reach agreement with the current Turkish leadership, if at all possible," said Putin, calling the downing of the Russian plane "a hostile act."
NATO sources said the shooting down of a Russian plane in Turkey had galvanized allies to come forward with more support and tailor the assistance to help lower tensions between the two nations.
"We think Turkey has a plan to make Iraq split into three independent areas," Iraqi political analyst says.
The incident, which occurred on Sunday morning, is likely to heighten tensions between the two nations who are already seriously at odds.
Turkey in 2013 had commissioned Rosatom to build four 1,200 megawatt reactors as Ankara has been keen to wean itself off an almost complete dependence on imported energy.
Turkey rejects any suggestion it is not playing its part in the fight against ISIS.
Israeli policy has thus far favored sitting on the fence and observing from the side while developments unfold.
By AMOS YADLIN
President Vladimir Putin used his annual state of the nation speech on Thursday to warn Turkey the Kremlin planned to adopt further sanctions against it to punish Ankara.
Erdogan said earlier this week that he would resign if Russia could prove that it shot down Russian jet in order to protect its oil trade with ISIS.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Defendant claims that Gollum is a "good" character in the films and the comparison therefore does not constitute an insult. Now the experts have been called in.
With the strength of Russia’s economy far from certain, steps against Turkey could cause more harm than good.
By ROBERT SWIFT/ THE MEDIA LINE
Brussels offering 3b. euro, visas, accession talks in exchange for help from Ankara, human rights pushed into the background.
Turkey will get 3 billion euros of initial aid to handle the refugees on its territory.
There is an urgent need for de-escalation to salvage what little is left of peace and stability in the Middle East.
By JOSHUA W. WALKER,REUTERS
"The circumstances are unprecedented. The gauntlet thrown down to Russia is unprecedented. So naturally the reaction is in line with this threat."
The Russian leader confirms military activity close to the Turkish border intensified after the downing of the plane.
The issue of Russian sorties in Syria was magnified in recent days after Turkey downed a Su-24 fighter jet.
By NOAM AMIR/MAARIV HASHAVUA
Russia draws up retaliatory economic measures; Erdogan decries "emotional" and "unfitting" response.
Turkey says it warned the crew 10 times before firing down the plane.
Russia's ambassador to France says pilot believed to be en route to Russian air force base in Syria.
A senior Russian official also said that military cooperation with Turkey will be suspended.
Row with Russia escalates, as Putin argues that Russian plane was inside Syrian territory when it was shot down.
Furious Russian president refers to Turkey as "accomplices of terrorists," says plane came down 4 kilometers inside Syria's borders.
Fate of second pilot who also ejected from plane is unknown.
Turkish F16s warned the jet over the airspace violations before shooting it down, Ankara says; Russia denies warplane violated Turkey's airspace.
Gen. Tawfik Tirawi is a member of the Fatah Central Committee and former head of the Palestinian Authority General Intelligence Force.
The man was detained on suspicion of plotting a terror attack and for "inflicting fear and panic in the public," although the 33-year-old claims he was just trying to have a quiet love affair.
By ROSIE PERPER
Erdogan’s unwillingness to accept a legitimate, democratic election result is another sign that he is tightening his grip on power.
By PETER MARINO,REUTERS
Hopes that the re-empowered Erdogan will mend walls with Israel are based on the shaky assumption that he will place the national interest above all.
Former Pentagon official says to expect a new flare-up, and soon.
The Turkish election results could provide mixed outcomes for the Jewish community, a prominent local figure told 'The Jerusalem Post' on Monday.
Turkey looked set to return to single-party rule with general election results.
Turkish president seeks unprecedented control, but many see the beginning of the end.
Turkish PM Davutoglu says attack was an attempt to influence the outcome of a parliamentary election on Nov. 1.
"The perpetrators hit defenseless people who were demonstrating for peace," says pontiff.
At least 86 people were killed when twin explosions hit a rally of pro-Kurdish and leftist activists outside Ankara's main train station.
Turkish government says twin explosion a "terrorist attack."
Vladimir Putin’s Syrian gambit is fraught with anti-American ambition and imperial risk, but it lacks the Cold War’s context and may in fact benefit Israel.
According to the Dogan news agency, Erdogan's entourage spotted a depressed man on the side railing of the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul just as he was about to jump.
Recent developments in Turkey and Israel have led analysts to speculate that there is a possibility of a Turkish-Israeli rapprochement.
By MORAN STERN
The smart thing for Israel to do is to let Turkey’s Islamist president stew in his own juices and suffer the consequences of his own hubris
By MARTIN SHERMAN
Every Islamist chieftain knows that intransigence is the key to bringing Western nations to their knees. It sure worked for Iran’s main mullah.
By RUTHIE BLUM
Erdogan is in a process of re-positioning Turkey in the region amid the rise of Iran.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
"For American Israelis, Thanksgiving has been growing in popularity, so much so that owners of the supermarket in the German Colony post a handwritten sign offering whole turkeys."
By BARBARA SOFER
Repeatedly violating a country’s borders – despite all previous warnings – puts the leader of that country in a difficult position. But should the response be shooting down a plane?
By ADNAN OKTAR
There is an increasing divergence rather than convergence between European and Turkish values – at least, those imposed on Turkey by its current government.
By ROBERT ELLIS
"This serious development seems to be about far more than just the violation of Turkish airspace."
Without a doubt, Ankara’s insistence on establishing a no-IS zone in the northern part of Syria now attracts more attention than ever.
By CAN KASAPOGLU
There might also be a bright side to the AKP’s victory.
During this busy period of elections, polarization in Turkey intensified, terrorist attacks increased and various other factors that could affect the elections came into play.