UN rights expert accuses Israel of excessive force against Palestinians
'What do you want from me?' Abbas explains why, despite everything, he wants peace
Israeli-Arab dentist sentenced for funneling money to Hamas
Balad MK says terrorists didn’t commit a crime, are victims of ‘occupation’
Arbeitman, Hap Haifa aim to upset leader Beersheba
Commentary: Eye-opening and embarrassing experience
Police look to appoint first Muslim deputy commissioner
Court: Reform, Conservative can use public mikvaot for conversion
UK envoy: British-Israel relationship ‘probably stronger and deeper than ever’
Lapid extends term as Yesh Atid head
The researched-based responses to troublemaking MKs
Ya'alon throws cold water on talk of imminent Israel-Turkey reconciliation
Fishing for compliments
Wine Talk: From Concord to Cabernet
Top 10 things to do
Veni, vidi, Venezuela!
Comfortable first-leg conquests for Mac TA, Bnei Sakhnin
Yellow-and-blue bounced from Eurocup
US Jewish delegation meets Egypt’s Sisi in Cairo
NY assemblyman demands schools avoid company’s videos disrespectful of Jews
German mayor opposes €10,000 award to anti-Semitic group Code Pink
Spanish cartoon shows Israeli soldiers molesting Jesus, urinating on Palestinians
US, Russia agree to 'cessation of hostilities' in Syria
Iranians mark anniversary of 1979 Islamic revolution holding 'Death to America, Israel' signs
Russia raises specter of 'world war' in high-stakes Syria talks
WATCH: New ISIS video shows child solider blowing up four alleged spies
Israel says 'always watching' Iran’s missile developments following announcement of missile upgrade
Senior Iranian military official: US is subordinate to Iran in Middle East
'Iran to upgrade ballistic missiles, get Russian S-300 defense system soon'
Saudi Arabia prepared for ground war in Syria, military spokesman says
'Briton who became ISIS beheader traveled to Gaza with Galloway convoy'
To silence propaganda, Iraq seeks to take ISIS offline
International sweet tooth: Israel exported $10m. worth of chocolate in 2015
GLOBAL AGENDA: ‘Deutsche unter alles’
Hapoalim goes gold with ‘Vatikiyada’ event for seniors
Einstein’s Theory posited a century ago proved; original documents at Hebrew University
High-risk groups should be screened for hepatitis C and treated, Knesset told
Israel signs stem cell research agreement with California Institute
Study urges at-home voting
E-waste recycling surpasses 2015 target
Green activists: Haifa pollution plan 'is like giving giving a bandaid to a cancer patient'
Agriculture Ministry calls to further restrict trawl fishing
Weather Roundup: Cold and rainy in an unusually dry winter
'Unique' Israeli bandage: The more you bleed, the quicker it works
Tel Aviv-based antifraud company Riskified raises $25 million
Change diapers, breastfeed baby, start a business
TECH TALK: Intel Israel is constantly expanding
Ted Cruz campaign defends pastor who said God will send hunters for Jews
Bret Stephens: The next US president may not be pro-Israel
Analysis: New Hampshire - Revolution against status quo under way
Sanders may play down Judaism, but he played big role in Hannukah case
Star Catcher: Astrology for the week of February 12, 2016
Grapevine: Chock-a-block festival
Grapevine: Australian makes good
Launching a ‘little prayer book’ at the Western Wall
Podcast: The two-state solution on life support
Podcast: How Israel would vote in the New Hampshire primary
Podcast: Behind the scenes of Israel’s Super Bowl ad
Podcast: Does the Western Wall plan signal the end of the haredi monopoly?
NO COMMENT: Israeli strategic ascendancy; American strategic decline
Hymn for the Weekend
NO HOLDS BARRED: Honoring Hollywood celebrities we may not always agree with
MY WORD: Radio days
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
Russian Air Force hits Aleppo hard
Gulf states take a bad rap on Syrian refugee issue
Chocolate treats, American South style
Three Ladies, Three Lattes: Better to be buried than to burn
Desert oasis – at Kfar Hanokdim
Fresh and tasty: Jerusalem goes Mexican
Halftime in the Holy City ‘
All the colors of Estonia
Framing the refugees
The many faces of Roee Rosen
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: רַק עַל עַצְמִי
יַלְדֵי בֵּית הָעֵץ
פִּיסוּל: כָּאן, עַכְשָיו וְהַנֶצַח
Say-Way כָּך אוֹמְרִים בְּאַנְגְלִית
Pro-BDS Presbyterian church set to lose 400,000 members
The Grace of God
German pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his fight against the Nazis
US Professor who said Christians, Muslims worship same God to leave school
A Response to Mr. Frantzman
Elliot Wave Theory and the Talmud
The Hope Index: Israel among the Nations
The UK's BREXIT referendum may aggravate EU's corrupted democracy
Tree Planting Celebration in Biriya Forest
Israeli and Diaspora Youth Bond over Trees in Maale Michmash
Planting Trees in Memory of the Carmel Disaster Victims
90 Year-old Giuditta Matalon Embraces the Children of Israel
Shimi Rouimi Garden Dedicated in Ofakim
The New Shoham Forest Bike Trail
Papua New Guinea Pilgrims Plant Olive Trees in the Galilee
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
23rd Beekeepers Conference Salutes KKL-JNF Professionals
Five Years after the Fire, the Carmel is Green Again
Green Leadership Classroom for Rehovot's Hadarim School
Olive Tree Planted in Rome for Holocaust Remembrance Day
105-Year-Old WWII Hero Honored at KKL Italy Event in Rome
Arava Open Day 2016
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
02.12.2016 | 3 Adar I, 5776
Rasmieh Yousef Odeh, 67, was found guilty by a federal court in Detroit of failing to reveal that she had been convicted and served time in Israel for a 1969 bombing that killed two.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Most of the time the dancers maintained physical contact as they wove their way through fluid, complex compositions.
By ORA BRAFMAN
Yehoram Gaon leads the judges panel at Festiladino.
By BARRY DAVIS
Singer is on tour in North American with until July, but will be coming to Israel in August as part of the capital's summer events.
By ELIZABETH LEVI
American Christian leaders are no longer “automatic” when it comes to support for Israel.
By Jim Fletcher
The Eilat-Eilot Green Energy Conference will be held next week.
By NIV ELIS
In the past week, 10,000 migrants arrived in Italy
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Security for Jewish communities across continent "very clear," envoy tells Post.
By MICHAEL WILNER
ZOA writes to Oakland Police Chief Sean Whent to protest against the repeated blocking of Israeli vessels by pro-Palestinian protesters in the California port city.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Une initiative locale a permis à 120 enfants de réfugiés sud-soudanais déportés d’Israël, d’intégrer un pensionnat ougandais. Mais le mal du « pays » ne les quitte pas
By BERNARD DICHEK
Blair is only one of many international dignitaries who will be beating a path to the former president’s door.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The potential risk of such attacks prompted the Italian coastguard's General Command to request from the Transport Ministry a status similar to the police force, automatically allowing it to carry firearms.
A sprawling neighborhood lying immediately west of downtown Miami – the cultural and political capital of Cuban Americans and the center of their exile community.
By BEN G. FRANK
"There have been no large events at the Bardarbunga volcano since yesterday (Sunday) and there is no sign of volcanic tremors," geophysicist at the Icelandic Met Office said.
New amendment to the anti-infiltration law passes 20 to 12 in first parliamentary reading, which would allow the jailing of African migrants in “Holot” detention center, but limits time of detention.
By BEN HARTMAN
Cabinet learns of figure for first time, amid reports of government incentive program and and under-the-table deals with African nations.
By HERB KEINON
The JACC was created because most refugee social service centers are based in Tel Aviv, forcing Jerusalem’s migrant population to leave the capital to receive aid.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The legal decision over how to handle the issue of around 45,000 African migrants who crossed into the country illegally, but claim refugee status, is somewhat up in the air.
Kara tells Post new border crossing with Jordan would boost tourism, trade, and allow for another 4000 Jordanian day workers
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
US Pentecostal delegation visit asylum-seekers as guests of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
By JEREMY SHARON
The migrants had hoped for a victory on the momentum of 1,200 other migrants being released from migrant detention centers last week.
Representatives of hotels in the Dead Sea area arrive at the detention centers as the migrants are due to be released in order to recruit a few dozen of them for jobs.
Negev facility is set to release some 600 African migrants Tuesday, and a similar number are slated for discharge Wednesday.
Scope of restriction and punishment for violations remains unclear, says PIBA spokeswoman.
The video on Shaked's Facebook page turned out to be footage of rioting in Turkey, not in Tel Aviv.
Court rules that the Knesset must come up with revisions to the bill within 6 months, and temporarily limits the length of detention at Holot to 12 months.
By BEN HARTMAN,LAHAV HARKOV
Some 45,000 people from Africa claiming asylum and refugee status currently reside in Israel.
President Rivlin: "Protest is an essential tool for democracy, but violence is not the path nor the solution."
Ugandan FM says no such arrangement has been made unless it's being done illegally, according to local media.
Man, 33, is also charged with driving drunk, driving without a license and without legally-mandated insurance and other charges.
Justice Ministry responded to inquiries on the issue without naming the new countries, while also not denying they were Uganda, Rwanda.
Israel has reached agreements with two African countries willing to absorb migrants, which have also agreed not to deport them to their home countries.
Judge says state is not paying the migrants enough or making it possible for them to work in the area around the detention centers in the South.
Yesh Atid MK: Conditions worse than for terrorists with blood on their hands.
Court had told the state in September it must close the Holot open detention center within 90 days.
After High Court shot down previous versions of migrant detention policy, state shortens maximum holding time for migrants.
Almost always caused by tobacco smoking, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease kills 3,000 Israelis per year. Treatments can’t reverse the symptoms but can halt deterioration.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Professor Yossi Zeira is a member of the Committee to Fight Poverty.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Zahavi said that he can’t wait to rejoin his Israel teammates in training later this week.
By ALLON SINAI
The state this week gave in to pressure from an NGO to release migrants rather than try to fight a petition to the High Court of Justice.
Sun Kil Moon's first visit resulted in a song about Israel released last year and called “Baby In Death Can I Rest Next to Your Grave.”
By DAVID BRINN
Rachmaninov’s formidably challenging third piano concerto, was played by the consummate pianist Denis Matsuev.
By IRVING SPITZ
Elsewhere, Ironi Kiryat Shmona took sole possession of first place with its third consecutive win, beating Maccabi Petah Tikva 3-0.
Ben-Gurion Airport will begin infrared camera checks of fevered arrivals from African countries at risk of Ebola
Blue-and-white coach expects triumphant start to Israel’s Euro qualifying campaign next week in Cyprus.
Each holiday season the issue of food insecurity rises to the top of the public agenda as hundreds of thousands of households lack food for the holidays.
The High Court of Justice and the Knesset have been playing a dangerous game on the illegal migrants issue.
State given 90 days for it to close Holot "open" detention center.
Team overcomes resilient Ra’anana for second straight win ahead of trip to Beersheba.
High Court of Justice expected to rule on constitutionality of the state's reconfigured migrant policy by Monday.
Despite report, Interior Minister Gidon Sa’ar insists that Israel's is working in accordance with international law and policies “are bearing results.”
The Acre Festival of Alternative Israeli Theater abounds with plays, productions and a plethora of special performances.
By HELEN KAYE
New photograph archive: Roman Vishniac
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Israel's natural gas
New immigrants arrived in Israel
New festival: The accordion festivity
New performance: From a fly and a spider
Migrants or refugees, Eritreans and Sudanese are afraid to return home and feel they will never be accepted in Israel.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Readers respond to the latest "Jerusalem Post Magazine" articles.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
According to an NGO, the migrants did not get asylum seeker status in the third country and made their way north to Libya to try to reach Europe, after which they ended up in the hands of ISIS.
The boat is believed to have capsized when migrants moved to one side of the vessel when a merchant ship approached.
President-elect vows reconciliation after Turkish win; supporters laud Turkey's economic transformation.
Hundreds of asylum-seekers were detained and sent to Saharonim prison after defying authorities' orders to return to Holot detention center.
UN representatives meet with African migrants camping out in protest of detention in Israel.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,BEN HARTMAN
The protesters were stopped about 300 meters from the border - a closed military zone - by IDF soldiers.
Like their Israeli neighbors, few migrants seek bomb shelters during rocket attacks.
Many centuries after the exodus from Egypt, there arose a Jewish ruler who forgot about the genocide in Darfur and knew not the situation in Eritrea.
By SHELDON GELLAR
Organizations around the world are now rallying through a campaign called “Our Hands” to share information with domestic workers and encourage collective mobilization.
By CHELSEA RAPOPORT
Until recently the major flow of migrants was from Africa into the EU, while this has now been joined by the tens of thousands fleeing the carnage and brutality of the conflicts in Syria and Iraq.
By DAVID NEWMAN
Dr. Sherman has reminded us that statements and predictions relevant then are as relevant now, and perhaps even more so in light of the conflagration that we are witnessing in all the Middle East.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Both the rule of law and democratic governance in Israel are being jeopardized by the very body purported to be its most committed guardian: the judiciary.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
Every person has special strengths, specific desires, personal traits that are only his.
By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
But the warning issued at the start of the conference echoes in its aftermath: the greatest threat of all is the one that no one is thinking about.
By BRIAN SCHRAUGER
Israel’s treatment of asylum seekers has become a downright desecration of the name of God.
By ELLIOT VAISRUB GLASSENBERG
Though we didn’t need Mayor Nir Barkat’s approval, still, a right-wing mayor who confirms our arguments shouldn’t be taken lightly.
By MEIR MARGALIT
To see the joy of these soldiers and that of their families made me realize the value of this unique project.
By RUTH CORMAN
There can be a serious debate about issues over which we disagree, even among ourselves.
To our Jewish brothers and sisters around the world – thank you for feeling our pain – for crying as we cry.
By ARI ABRAMOWITZ
A prescient interview 20 years ago with the late Prof. Mordechai Abir; ‘The trend nowadays is that the masses – especially those who suffer economic hardship – increasingly follow the fundamentalists.’
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
The real reason for what the world is calling a “cycle of violence” is the phony peace process that US Secretary of State John Kerry spent months trying to broker.
By RUTHIE BLUM
The problem with legislation in Israel is not lack of transparency, but rather lack of coherency.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Creation of a Palestinian state will ultimately take strong leadership. It will mean saying things that are right, even if they might not be popular.
By MICHAEL A. RATNEY
Maccabi is aiming to come back from a two-goal deficit for the first time in more than 20 years of European competition.
Glushko, ranked No. 99 in the world, lost to Polona Hercog (71), while Pe’er (116) lost to Heather Watson (57) in the qualifying rounds of the Cincinnati Open.
By ALLON SINAI,REUTERS
Seeding takes into account the performance of teams in European competitions during a three year period.
Everywhere you go men, women and children all wear a different variation of the famous Brazil jersey.
By MOSHE ARENSTEIN
In this week's Weekend Edition, JPost TV takes a journey to the Negev and visits Nitzana, where African refugee inmates from Holot are learning to be teachers within their community.
By TAMARA ZIEVE,LAUREN IZSO