As PA expresses ‘shock’ at India’s UN vote, Israel voices appreciation for abstention
Poll finds frustration with government 50 days in
Released Clinton e-mail reignites question whether Obama reneged on Bush settlement commitments
Edelstein on Protective Edge anniversary: Israel wants peace
Classical Review: IPO
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SHOW REVIEW: Cirque Du Soleil– Quidam: Menora Mivtachim Arena, Tel Aviv, July 2
Enter Bardo Pond’s musical time machine
Sinai says: After weathering severe injury storm, Weintraub eyes brighter days
Israel's Erlich into Wimbledon doubles semis
Casspi to remain in Sacramento with new two-year deal
Farmar returns to rebuilding Maccabi Tel Aviv
40% of Israeli children in Gaza border town of Sderot suffer from anxiety, PTSD
Profile: Young women immigrants serving in an IDF combat unit
Report: 7/7 London terrorist may have links to Tel Aviv attack
Year after Gaza war, Hamas remains defiant to continue fight against Israel
2 Jews, 2 Arabs arrested for Jerusalem street fight in haredi neighborhood
PLO ambassador endorses Protocols of the Elders of Zion
IDF would seek destruction of Hamas military wing if future conflict erupts
Court convicts Palestinian of mass stabbing in Tel Aviv
Rabbi accused of sexual assault skips Netherlands to avoid extradition to Israel
Holocaust Claims Conference fraud likely ‘much higher’ than $57 million
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Sisi to US Jews: Israeli-Palestinian peace would make Mideast safer
Weizmann grants help young women PhDs rise in ranks as scientists
OECD comparison of health systems show achievements and failings in Israel
Agriculture Minister shuts down Soglowek poultry slaughterhouse
Professionals and volunteers available to counsel youth at popular entertainment spots
Opposition MKs, gov’t officials, gas companies spar over controversial outline
Delek, Noble executives: We commit to developing Leviathan
Members of the public can submit reactions to gas outline until July 21
Scientists call to cancel biometric ID system
TAU collaborates with IATA on aviation technology and security
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Israel's Elbit Systems wins $150 mln Benelux contract
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Nita Lowey expressed support for the Obama administration's efforts to clinch a nuclear deal with Iran.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
A diplomatic agreement with Iran remains the most effective method to prevent it from obtaining nuclear weapons, top administration official says.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The Iranian defense minister added that Israel, supported by the US, was seeking to create a rift in the Muslim world by having them kill each other.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Israel is trying to get as many democracies as possible to vote in the UNHRC against endorsing its Gaza report, in hopes of denuding the inquiry of legitimacy and moral authority.
By HERB KEINON
From the vantage point of an Israeli critic, Monday's scene was bad, but not the end of the world; Palestinian critics will say the scene was good, but not enough to bring the house down.
in London, former foreign minister defends Israel to key British officials.
By GIL HOFFMAN
PA officials hail Supreme Court decision to strike down law listing "Israel" as the place of birth of American citizens born in Jerusalem.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Israel and its advocates consider BDS a pretext for anti-Semitism and an excuse to delegitimize the Jewish State.
Gunman opens fire at the historic African-American church in downtown Charleston; is still at large, US police say.
Exhibition, which runs through October, focuses on three Jewish pioneers of the American gay rights movement.
By HILLEL KUTTLER/ JTA
The preeminence of Jewish groups among those backing the litigants was not a surprise.
Organized US Jewry embarked on an extraordinary effort 25 years ago to welcome their Soviet brethren. How is the next generation adapting to American life?
In a racist manifesto posted online before the shooting, Dylann Roof blames Jews for "agitation of the black race."
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Law enforcement officials catch alleged gunman Dylann Roof.
The narrative of Obama’s ill intent has appeared to help shape perceptions among Jewish-Americans.
Bernie Sanders, a senator from Vermont, is running for the Democratic nomination for president.
State law bars public entities from contracting with companies that boycott "based on race, color, religion, gender or national origin."
50-year-old American said Spanish-owned company favored employees who were Christian, Spanish and heterosexual.
Israel’s abortion policy is an all-too-rare example of a compromise that gives both sides something important.
By EVELYN GORDON
Sides emphasize that major obstacles remain to finalizing a deal under which Iran would cut back its nuclear program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions.
Obama, the first sitting president to support gay marriage, hailed the ruling as a milestone in American justice that arrived "like a thunderbolt."
The court ruled 5-4 that the Constitution's guarantees of due process and equal protection under the law mean that states cannot ban same-sex marriages.
The plane was carrying eight passengers from a cruise ship when the crash occurred.
His statement comes after racial tensions are high following the recent murder of nine black churchgoers.
21-year-old Dylann Roof charged nine counts of murder for attack.
Former deputy director of the CIA Michael Morell tell the ‘Post’ that al-Qaida is more dangerous to the West than ISIS.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Russian official quoted as saying US move to store heavy military equipment in the Baltics and eastern Europe would be "the most aggressive step by the Pentagon and NATO" since the Cold War.
Giffords was the first Jewish woman elected to statewide office in Arizona.
The men are accused of making plans to kill the organizer of a Mohammed cartoon exhibit that took place in Texas in May, and later to target Massachusetts police.
US President Barack Obama told Israelis this week that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
cares greatly about their security, but that he does as well.
26-year-old Usaamah Abdullah Rahim was impatient, chose to pursue the police, an "easier target."
Sr. Israeli diplomat: Israel-Indo relationship now ‘without hangups’
Issue was thrust into into the headlines in 2009 because of the Obama administration's demand for a complete settlement freeze.
Millions of Americans readied on Saturday for Independence Day parades and firework shows
The Republican presidential hopeful says that it's unacceptable for an embassy to be in Havana before Jerusalem.
Jerusalem refrains from responding to statement issued the day before clarifying that an anti-BDS clause tucked into a sweeping trade law signed by Obama in no way legitimizes settlement activities.
PM, president, American ambassador set to address festivities marking US Independence Day.
Some “67,000 people flew last year between Boston and Tel Aviv, that is a healthy volume,” said Massachusetts Port Authority CEO Thomas Glynn.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
White House tells JPost: Policy on boycotts, and on occupation, "remain unchanged."
Comedian Jay Leno talks to the ‘Post’ about Israel’s PR struggles, his love of the Jewish people and the comedic fodder inherent in our politics.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Israeli media says Obama invited PM to come to Washington in July.
By HERB KEINON,REUTERS
Members, chairman of Congressional Israel Allies Caucus come out against Supreme Court decision to nix law allowing "Israel" to be listed on birthplace of citizens born in Jerusalem.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, former lieutenant-governor of Maryland, delivers moving tribute at Herzliya Conference.
Although Musetto was best known for this brilliant and shocking headline, he wrote hundreds of others that rivaled it.
By HANNAH BROWN
In April, a CNN poll found that 53 percent of Americans back such an agreement.
According to Politico, Paul's amendment, which called for slashing US aid to the Palestinian Authority, was soundly defeated by a vote of 14-5.
The high court ruled that citizens born in Jerusalem were not permitted to list Israel as their place of birth in their passports, which are issued by the State Department.
Eisenkot tells visiting US military chief: Your personal commitment to our security has inspired us.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Justice Scalia: Majority's view is legal "leap worthy of the Mad Hatter."
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The absence of a strong, balanced and moderate US Jewish voice on Israel advocacy issues is impoverishing the discourse.
By MARTIN J. RAFFEL
Analyzing the role this country plays in contemporary American politics, Jonathan Rynhold recommends that Israel commit to a two-state solution to protect bipartisan support.
By GLENN C. ALTSCHULER
Entering the very last moment of a long, critical hour, that final nuclear deal appeared just as elusive as it did seven days ago.
P5+1 group of world powers and Iran agree to formally extend the terms of the interim agreement by seven days to buy time for a comprehensive deal.
According to WSJ report, US intel agencies believe possibility could materialize if Damascus regime feels it has no options left to defend key strongholds from Islamist insurgents, opposition forces.
The US administration is very hot to sign a deal, but with Iran’s leader having the final word, anything can happen.
Suspects have been been collecting bomb-making materials similar to those used in the Boston marathon bombing two years ago.
By HAIM ISROVITCH/MAARIV ONLINE
Deadline for the deal, agreed upon by world powers, is in just two days.
The "US was insisting that the PMD (possible military dimensions) issue be resolved in the negotiations," a Western source says.
"The agreement will not prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapons capability. It will not require the dismantling of Iran's nuclear infrastructure," letter released by Washington Institute says.
Calls Israel a "committed counterterrorism partner" throughout 2014.
"We’re not fixated on Iran specifically accounting for what they did at one point in time or another," Secretary of State said on Tuesday.
Among key issues yet to be resolved are the sequencing of sanctions relief for Iran and establishment of monitoring and verification measures to ensure that agreement will not be violated.
US has accused Israel of spying on the Iran nuclear talks in the past; security firm identifies widespread use of complex virus.
Ariel Cohen: Iran going nuclear would lead to Saudis following suit.
The remarks were made by Brigadier General Hossein Salami during a defense conference at a Tehran university.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Former defense secretary breaks with ex-boss in interview with The Times of London.
Netanyahu echoes claims that Iran developing technologies and negotiating nuclear deal simultaneously.
The historic Chautauqua Institution comes alive in summer with over 2,000 scheduled activities.
By STACEY MORRIS
The creature is being dubbed "Opistoteuthis Adorabilis" for its apparent cuteness.
Idan Raviv, 24, of Holon, finished first in the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em Six-Handed tournament, a three-day competition at the Rio casino in Las Vegas
By GEORGE MEDOVOY SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
Two centuries and 39 years ago this past Saturday, the founders of the United States brought forth a new nation.
By DANIEL TAUBER
Over the past decade Israel has gone to great lengths to fulfill one of the dying wishes of Theodor Herzl, the founding father of modern political Zionism.
By MICHAEL FREUND
The correct response to bigotry is never to let it pass in silence.
By KENNETH L. MARCUS
We live in a world where we strive to protect the minority from the tyranny of the majority.
By DORIAN ARBER-KORNOWSKI
American involvement in the world has often been viewed by others to be arrogant, self-serving, imperialistic and ethnocentric.
By BARUCH STEIN
"China is on track to become home to the largest Christian population in the world."
By BENJAMIN LUXENBERG
We survived the massive multinational onslaught on our bond to Jerusalem; we can certainly survive the US Supreme Court’s sustenance for the stupidity of American statecraft.
By SARAH HONIG
The tendency to claim mental illness in these cases is problematic because it serves as a distraction, to keep us from talking about the wider societal flaws that influence these actions.
By BEN HARTMAN
The fear of polarization along political party lines is not just real but commonplace.
By JOHN WINCHESTER
According to the US State Department, our first grandson – born almost exactly 15 years ago in Jerusalem, is a young man without a country.
By KENNETH LASSON
Don’t let the Roofs of the world off the hook just because some of them choose the black flag of extremism in Syria.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The former ambassador has a right to disagree with the president’s tactics, but to place the blame on President Obama distorts the facts.
By MEL LEVINE
With two weeks to go before the P5+1 countries are slated to finalize the framework for a nuclear deal with Iran, an examination of where things stand today is in order.
By RUTHIE BLUM
America’s ham-handed approach to its closest ally in the Middle East was on full display earlier this week.
A tough investigative journalist like Dayan could have made better use of the microphone.
In this shuk we want to buy peace, but the PLO has not got it to sell.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR