Day after two terror attacks, IDF prepares suspects' West Bank homes for demolition
Six IDF soldiers wounded near Hebron in second vehicular attack of the day
Two IDF soldiers hurt in West Bank vehicular-ramming attack
Abbas once again rails against Israel after diplomatic meeting
11-year-old Palestinian boy says he stabbed light rail guard ‘to die a martyr’
United Arab Emirates: Israel mission not sign of changed relations
What Obama did and didn’t say about Ezra Schwartz
Israel to establish formal presence in Abu Dhabi
Greek PM stresses importance of global cooperation in fighting violence, extremism
Dudu Tasa’s roots revisited
Winner of Holocaust survivors' beauty contest: The Jew will never disappear from the world
8-year-old 'Indiana Jones' makes First Temple era archaeological find in Beit Shemesh
White will light up Ashdod
Hapoel Beersheba looks to stop the bleeding
Maccabi TA in Spain playing for Euroleague life
Group stage an eye-opening experience for Maccabi
Spotlight: Israel’s hoops lifer Henig reflects on 30 years of NBA connections
VIDEO: Border Police officer stabbed in Nahariya
Three killed, 9 injured in attack on Colorado abortion clinic
NYC to fund security guards for Jewish schools
Mastermind of Paris terror onslaught planned to hit Jewish targets
Remembering Holocaust eased Cuba imprisonment, US contractor Gross says
Erdogan warns Putin 'not to play with fire'
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
Russia's Putin due to meet Khamenei, Rouhani in Iran
France, Russia eyeing united front against ISIS
Despite ISIS threats of attack, New York prepares for Thanksgiving parade
Obama to Putin: 'Direct your focus on tackling ISIS'
VIDEO: US rock band singer describes massacre at Paris concert hall
Is political correctness over Islam and 'refugees' putting lives in danger?
Putin: Turkish downing of Russian plane 'a betrayal by a friend'
Coptic Pope Tawadros’s Jerusalem visit ‘will create huge firestorm in Egypt’
Woman accused of unlicensed cosmetic injections
Lab-grown human liver cells can advance treatment
Majority of Israelis lack faith in the public health system
Cancer is No. 1 cause of death in Israel
Israel's Leviathan, Egypt's Dolphinus to negotiate gas export deal
Budget funds found for rabies vaccines, botanical gardens
Experts: Israel could still export natural gas to Egypt
Economic Affairs Committee session heats up over gas debate
Israeli e-commerce works around Israel Post as Black Friday demand spikes
Israeli start-up AudioBurst wants to be the Google of radio
Tech talk: Get in the Ring
Six US-Israeli energy projects to receive $5.1m in funding
Your Taxes: Portfolio adjustments for year-end
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
Lone soldiers from North America attend Thanksgiving dinner in Tel Aviv
This week in 60 seconds: Who woke up the Russian bear?
My word: Checks and balancing acts
Into the Fray: Immoral!
The eternal struggle and how it will end
Yael's Corner: The Western World’s War for Survival
Middle Israel: Israeli thoughts on Thanksgiving
Parshat Toldot: After despair
A heartbreak novel
Internet of everything
On the margin
Books: A primer for every palate
Books: Grappling with childlessness
Food: Hanukka samosas
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
Orthodoxy, Truth, and Half-Belief
A trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau and Krakow
This Week in Israeli History: Operation Moses, Raful Eitan and the Patria Disaster
Fiesta Shalom – Shortening the Distance Between People
Jonathan Jay Pollard -- A Greek Tragedy
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
Fred and Linda Waks Botanical Garden Inaugurated in Akko
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
KKL France Mission Parts from Israel by Planting Trees
Got Water Problems?
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
11.28.2015 | 16 Kislev, 5776
Channel 2 cites sources as blaming Turkey for housing senior Hamas leader Saleh al-Arouri, who they say is responsible for remotely organizing Palestinian violence.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Exclusive: Salah Aruri was banned from Turkey after American pressure; Hamas wants him back as soon as possible.
By NOAM ROTENBERG
Rebuilding of Gaza after Operation Protective Edge also on the agenda.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Salah Aruri, a top Hamas operative who was released from an Israeli prison a few years ago, is in charge of rebuilding the Hamas infrastructure in the West Bank.
In April, it was reported that only a quarter of the promised $3.5bn pledged to help rebuild Gaza after last summer's war between Hamas and Israel had been delivered.
Mehmet Görmez visits coastal enclave for first time; Haniyeh calls bond between Palestinians and Turkey, "reliable and sacred."
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.
In recent days, it has been the scene of massive numbers of migrants crossing the border to reach destinations in northern Europe.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Recent revelations indicate a laissez-faire attitude toward Islamic State oil-trading across the border, and to the transport of fighters across the border.
By JONATHAN SPYER
BESA director to ‘Post’: Turks need to diversify energy sources from Iran and Russia
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
The project, backed by Israeli, US, and the EU would allow for the export of goods duty free to the US; Foreign Ministry hosting delegation of Turkish reporters.
Top diplomat tells ‘Jerusalem Post’ that Israel is not holding negotiations with "unreformed" Hamas.
By HERB KEINON
Turkish choreographer Bedirhan Dehman presents his solo work for the first time in Israel
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
‘The phenomenon of Israeli Arabs leaving for Syria is a very dangerous one,’ says Shin Bet
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Comptroller had slammed poor briefings before ‘Marmara’ raid.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Turkey summons Israeli diplomat after 7 Turks denied entrance; Shin Bet said the 7 had links with Hamas
Alleged secret meeting comes just weeks after Turkish President Erdogan's AKP Party failed to win a majority in Turkish parliamentary elections.
Even though relations between Israel and Turkey are unlikely to improve, the election results could reverse Turkey's Islamization.
uthorities running refugee camps have allegedly introduced restrictions on freedom of movement following an attempt by a number of Yazidis to flee into Bulgaria.
By NICK ASHDOWN/THE MEDIA LINE
As elections near, Kurdish parties are gaining widespread support against Erdogan’s AK party – posing a serious threat to his autonomous hand.
By DIMITRI BETTONI
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.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
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.
Iman Kanji, 44, faces charges of attempting to illegally leave the country and contact with a foreign agent.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,BEN HARTMAN
The 17-year-old allegedly insulted the president during a speech at a memorial service for a fallen soldier.
The most popular and divisive Turkish politician in recent memory faces budding discontent from inside the movement he founded.
The Islamic-animated government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s declared policy of "zero problems with neighbors" is in tatters.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
"With the diplomatic help of Israeli representatives in Turkey, and of the Turkish authorities, there was a good ending to the incident," Foreign Ministry official says.
The epicenter of rage is centered mostly in Turkey, mainly among the Kurdish population.
Diplomats say cutting Islamic State's access to the Turkish border, across which it has been able to bring foreign fighters and supplies, could be a game-changer.
“The current policy of Erdogan is not directed toward security, stability, peace and reconciliation in Turkey, but focused on the war and escalation.”
"He opened Turkey's airbases to crusaders and their jets to kill the Muslims in Islamic State," group charges.
Despite bilateral meeting in June, ideological differences will prove insurmountable barrier to peace.
Warring sides ceasefire in Zabadani, two villages; Iranian FM due in Damascus, to discuss peace plan.
BESA’s Inbar: It’s all domestic politics, with Turkish president rallying voters ‘around flag.’
At least 10 injured in police station bombing; 3 killed in subsequent gunfire; attacks in southeast kill four police, one soldier.
Turkish PM makes remarks in light of Ankara's strikes on Islamic State, Kurdish militants in drive for Syria "safe zone."
Turkish warplanes attacked IS targets in Syria for the first time Friday, joining a US-led coalition that has been bombing IS targets in Syria for the past 10 months.
Turkey has long been a reluctant partner in the US-led coalition against Islamic State.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and a family member were allegedly involved in the complex graft operation.
Thousands of foreigners have crossed through Turkey, a NATO member, to join Islamic State over the past few years.
Under pressure from NATO members, Turkey has stepped up efforts to prevent foreign fighters crossing into neighboring Syria.
"New wave of refugees may emerge that would put EU face to face with more migrants."
As Kurdish forces gain ground in northern Syria, Ankara threatens intervention, fearing the formation of a contiguous de facto state.
This year the timing of the parade coincides with the holy month of Ramadan, something that could cause conservative Muslims to bristle.
The three sisters and their nine children left in May to make the pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, but did not return home to Britain on June 11 as planned.
Erdogan’s hope of persuading parliament to change the constitution and grant himself Vladimir Putin-like unchecked powers has gone up in smoke.
Erdogan calls on quick formation of new government post Sunday's parliamentary elections.
Ruling AK Party expected to be largest party by far.
Turkish president ups criticism against foreign media with elections fast approaching.
US officials acknowledged ongoing discussions with Turkey about a range of options to step up the fight against Islamic State, but said no decisions had been made.
Weighing between nine and 14 tons, the Hurricane seats up to seven people who use it to engage in combat and reconnaissance missions.
Muhammed Fayyad was taking pictures at the Gazan Ministry of Endowments at the time of the assault.
According to the Turkish daily 'Hurriyet', a university professor wrote an article in official state-sanctioned media warning of the rise of a Jedi movement among Christians.
"This serious development seems to be about far more than just the violation of Turkish airspace."
By JPOST EDITORIAL
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.
By ADNAN OKTAR
For Ankara to have a strong role in the ever-changing region, it needs to reconcile with the Kurds. Anything less than that would backfire against Turkish interests across the Middle East.
By SIRWAN KAJJO
Even assuming that the Ottoman Empire duly gave the land away, it is not relevant to the current controversy.
By ARI BRIGGS
Turkey’s actions in the past few days have re-positioned the country to take a more muscular role in the Syria conflict.
Turkey has much to gain from the Kurds.
By DELOVAN BARWARI
It is always a welcome development when an autocrat- wannabe (even when he struts about in the guise of a democrat) is brought down a peg.
Turkey’s steady march of the past dozen years toward an authoritarian Islamist regime ran into a wall of voters who want a return to secular democracy.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Whatever the outcome is, the stakes are high for Erdogan.
By ABDUL BASIT ADEEL
In that interview published over a week ago, Obama said that the “venomous anti-Semitism” of the mullahs of Iran should not be a barrier to rational decision-making.
The fourth of May is a day of mourning for the Kurdish people.
By UZAY BULUT
For decades, Kurds in Turkey have systematically been constrained from speaking their mother tongue or uttering the name of their historic land.