Study: Americans make up 15% of settler population in West Bank
Israel hits back at Swiss envoy's 'ugly act' in showing Netanyahu bird droppings cartoon
Switzerland regrets cartoon showing doves defecating on Netanyahu
‘Borderline corruption’ alleged against haredi political parties, chief rabbi
Jerusalem once again celebrates sacred music
‘We’ will connect
Concert review: English Indie band Alt-J rocks Israel
Tour Israel: Up, up and (almost) away
Maccabi Haifa shoots for first win at Kfar Saba
Gerbi’s Worlds medal hopes dashed in quarterfinals
Maccabi Tel Aviv dealt daunting yet fair draw
Israel’s national football team heads to Spain for first int'l showdown
‘Homeland’ creator to direct film on Israel’s rescue of Ethiopian Jews
Family of missing soldier slams 'Hamas lies' broadcast on Al Jazeera
Hamas: 'IDF took terrorist's body instead of Israeli soldier's during 2014 Gaza war'
UN to decide September 15 on whether to raise Palestinian flag at headquarters
'Israel unwilling to understand Nakba, the trauma that constitutes Palestinian identity'
UNRWA: Facebook page with racist posts isn’t ours
Jewish CEO of Ashley Madison infidelity site resigns amid hacking scandal
Yazidi leaders demand ‘Jewish Schindler’ prove he is saving people
Report: Iran cancels Israeli conductor’s Tehran performance
'Jews have too much power and must be stopped,' white supremacist shooter tells jury
Germany warns Facebook: Clamp down on Holocaust denial - or else
US State Department clarifies description of Parchin as nuclear site
Sunni Muslim clerics furious over upcoming Iranian film about Muhammad
Obama aide due to arrive in Israel for talks on Iran nuclear deal
Concerns grow over Iran military complex as construction is spotted
US confirms Islamic State computer expert killed in air strike
Analysis: Is ISIS here to stay in the Middle East?
US drone strike kills top cyber expert for ISIS, source says
Syria's Assad signals little chance of alliance against Islamic State
Risk of another autism spectrum disorder child after a first one is much lower than presumed
Allergy experts urge taking kids with symptoms for evaluation to avoid problems as school start
Study finds environmental factors, not just genetics, influence bowel disease
US anesthesiologists propose answer to serious shortage of Israeli specialists
A rock star, 9 congressmen, and one solar field
German, Israeli and Jordanian experts team up to explore climate change and bird migration
Israel likely to be water-stressed in 2040, study finds
Israelis excel at bottle recycling, less so in paper, cardboard, electronics
Israeli startup's digital 'guardian angel' saving lives of children with special needs
An Israeli laundry app with potential for more
Global innovators collaborate in Israel
The new space age: Israel holds youth satellite building contest
Global agenda: Move along
Israeli nanotech could improve fillings, breast implants
Grapevine: Good intentions gone awry
Grapevine: Toasting the New Year
This week in 60 seconds: Israel 1, BDS 0
What we should have learned
The story of Israel’s Arabs
My word: Between Duma and Douma
Into the fray: Water, not heavy water, is Iran’s desperate need
August 28: The Van Leer controversy
Parting shot: The NIS 64 question
The People and The Book: Of power and pain
Stasis of belligerence
Necessary Stories: Hitched
A concerned poet
The improbable Zionist
Open the gates of conversion
A literary life
Solemnity and levity on the shore
A laptop, Wi-Fi and a cup of coffee
Unusual tombs in the Kidron Valley
Here come the ‘monument men’
Oddities: Almost paradise
It’s a boy!
Shades of black and white
The face of Israeli prostitution
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: כִּנֶרֶת
הַמִזְרָקָה הַמוּזִיקָלִית בְּאֵילַת
Samphire and sourdough
Nokia, Motorola et al.....why why why?
Prayer in All the Wrong Places
Zionism and Chicken Soup
Metaphors in the Torah: “Ki Teitzei” (Deuteronomy 21.10 – 25.19)
Combatting Islamism - the Arab-Israel axis
Gaza Evacuees in Halutza, 10 Years Later
A Corner in Nitzana Forest in Memory of Sergeant Erez Sagi
Australian Legislators and Political Advisors Visit Gaza Border Communities
New Campsite for Youth Dedicated in Maginim Forest
Chinese Delegation Tours Negev Agriculture and Forestry
Italy’s National Day at EXPO 2015
The Ambassadors’ Club of Israel Tours the Galilee with KKL-JNF
The International Solidarity Mission Says Goodbye in Jerusalem
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
An Olah Reports From Nepal
How One Oleh is Helping to Transform the Way People Drink Water
From Think Tank to Environmental Consultant
Award Winning Designer Launches Career as Wedding Dressmaker
How Natalie Edwards Built a Successful Career in Israel’s Startup Industry
5 Tips to Land a Job in Israel
Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
5 Strategies for Finding Your Professional Place in Israel
36 Hours in Southern Israel
Food Shopping In Israel
How Women Can Have it All in Israel
The Eisenberg’s Long Journey Home
Why Retirees are Thriving in Israel
Thanks to Aliyah video
6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
Starting Over in Israel
Sam Eisenberg: From Nativ to Aliyah
WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
5 Ways that Olim Kick Back
VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
Make yourself at home… in Israel
NBN Announces Bonei Zion Prize Recipients for 2015
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How Doctors Are Impacting Israel’s South
08.29.2015 | 14 Elul, 5775
Les photos de Loretta Lux sont exposées en Israël pour la première fois. Entrez dans cet univers fascinant, parfois troublant…
By SARAH LEVI
The 12 artists whose work was featured in the show had all participated in the Jerusalem artist accelerator program called Toolbox.
By JOSH LOGUE
Artwork on display at ‘Under the Mountain’ will offer a different perspective on the familiar and conventional narrative of the Temple Mount, and strive to construct an alternative mythology.
By PEGGY CIDOR
The Israel Festival’s Nekudat Mifgash tries to recreate the halcyon days when Arabs and Jews enjoyed a slice of watermelon together in no-man’s-land.
By BARRY DAVIS
News from around Jerusalem.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs
Rather than recognizing the power of the arts to bring people together, BDS unfortunately promotes the further separating of peoples whose chances for a peaceful future could only be enhanced by art.
By STEVE SCHNUR,DAVID RENZER
The world’s most successful musical has come from London to Tel Aviv for a series of performances between August 20 and September 5.
By LIORA SANDLER
Singer-percussionist Ravid Kahalani’s Yemen Blues act will stretch the artistic and ethnic lines at this year’s End of Summer Festival.
The best activities around the country.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The latest exhibit at the Hermann Struk Museum in Haifa examines the relationship between Israeli art and three generations of German Jewish artists.
By ARIEL HENDELMAN
Our top picks on things to do this weekend.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The Animix festival opens next week in Tel Aviv
By JESSICA VRAZILEK
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents an exhibition of works by artist Hagit Lalo who died in 1961 at the age of 29.
McFerrin, as a vocalist and conductor, is renowned for his extraordinary vocal control and unique technique.
By IRIS YERUSHALMI
The concert is scheduled to take place on August 18 at the Rishon Lezion Ampitheater.
By NOA AMOUYAL
When Jewish, Chilean-born artist Mauricio Avayu first thought of bringing the Torah to life by painting its stories on canvas, he saw a very daunting task.
By JASON SHALTIEL
Dalia Shimko has done a good job of realizing this unprepossessing tale.
By HELEN KAYE
‘You Won’t Succeed on Broadway if You Don’t Have Any Jews’ has its heart in the right place, but goes a little overboard in its enthusiastic tribute to the legendary composers of the Great White Way.
Things to do in the week to come.
Frost’s most recent album, Aurora, received rave reviews from music magazines and sites like Pitchfork, Spin and Clash for its intense electronic ambience.
By SHANI SHAHMOON
One by one the dancers enter, performing short solos portraying inner landscapes, and soon the compiled effect of the solos becomes overwhelming.
By ORA BRAFMAN
Caesarea Amphitheater, July 10.
By NATI GABBAY
"We wanted to show people in Israel what real Irish dance is and can be," say dancers.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
The veteran character actor talks movies, music and life at the Jerusalem Film Festival
By HANNAH BROWN
Your entertainment planner.
The annual Voice of Music Festival is almost upon us.
Rachel Erdos presents ‘Castle’ at the Tel Aviv Dance Festival.
The LA-based lawyer speaks to the ‘Post’ about his successful recovery of a world famous painting looted by the Nazis from its Jewish owners.
Pianist Roman Rabinovich will perform with the Ariel Quartet in January.
A graduate of The Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, world-renowned conductor Ariel Zuckermann is happy to perform with them later this month.
"Terminator Genisys" packs a powerful punch.
By RICK BENTLEY
The activities of the IVAI July opera workshop are open to the public.
By MAXIM REIDER
Lightnin’ Malcolm opens the Tel Aviv Blues Festival tonight.
The Eifman Ballet performs two major pieces this month.
Yasmeen Godder presents‘Climax’ at Studio Varda.
By GADI DAGON,ORI J. LENKINSKI
Local artists, both young and old, will gather at Tel Aviv’s Barby Club to pay tribute to the iconic filmmaker.
Tel Aviv Exhibition Grounds. June 26
By LIOR PHILLIPS
Mixing the incompatibles and wandering aimlessly on and off the stage, the artists incessantly bombarded the audience with the unexpected.
By URY EPPSTEIN
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents a new exhibit of the classic graphic designs of Israeli artist Otte Wallish.
Kudos to the Ella Grossman designers, including set designer Eran Atzmon, costumer Orna Smorgonsky, video artist Yoav Cohen and most certainly to director Pines.
The world-class saxophonist and former member of Dire Straits is proud to be performing with his fellow sultans of swing in Tel Aviv this week.
In a most festive affair, the Ness Ziona Municipality celebrated an ambitious addition to its flourishing cultural center.
These days, a more mature Yael Deckelbaum is not looking to ‘reinvent the wheel’ as she debuts her latest album at the Barby Club in Tel Aviv.
Prof. Mordechai Kremnitzer said there are limits to freedom of expression in a democracy, “but they are very far away.”
By HAYAH GOLDLIST-EICHLER
At least 100 people attended the library’s opening on Sunday.
Local artist Anat Betzer makes morbid look beautiful in her latest exhibit at the Haifa Museum.
An Arab museum of contemporary art opens in Sakhnin.
The new Ballet Ness Ziona debuts with ‘Hofesh.’
The Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company takes an original turn.
The best things to do this weekend and in the week to come.
Going to see Art Garfunkel last Wednesday night was a rare opportunity to see a landsman from a long ago past.
By ELLI WOHLGELERNTER
Alternative rock heavyweights Incubus kicked off their first Israeli gig since 2007 with an apology.
Canadian choreographer Benoit Lachambre performs the sinuous ‘Snakeskins’ at part of the Israel Festival.
Jerusalem-based double bass player Simon Starr fondly recalls how doing domestic chores as a child in Australia inspired him to become a musician
THE OPERA FESTIVAL: Tosca and Carmina Burana; Masada, June 4-5
Location and date are yet to be announced.
By SHAWN RODGERS
A guest at this week’s Tel Aviv LGBT International Film Festival, ‘True Blood’s’ Angela Robinson speaks to the ‘Post’ on vampires, metaphors and fun.
Conceived and directed by Romeo Castellucci; YMCA, June 3
Jerusalem Theater, June 1.
The work of 12 international photographers goes on display at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
By GRAHAM LAWSON
Flanked by a seven-piece band and two young blonde female back-up singers, the British balladeer strolled onto the stage wearing a black tuxedo with a strip of black sequins on each side.
By RUTH BELOFF
There are several stellar old hands in the lineup of the 29th edition of the Red Sea Jazz Festival, which will take place in Eilat August 23-26.
New television series: The Herzls
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
The culture budget war New Culture Minister Miri Regev’s efforts to cut funding for unpatriotic institutions causes a fuss.
By SHULA KOPF
The story of the artist who painted Benjamin Netanyahu on stone, and how his grandson delivered the artwork to the Prime Minister’s Office.
By BRAD KAUFFMAN
Spanning nationalities and professions, the history of the Jewish state ties in with some positive personalities.
By MICHAEL D. EVANS
Bezalel greats Ezri Tarazi and Haim Parnas show off their unconventional housewares at the Tower of David.
This week, the Israeli Cartoon Museum in Holon unveils an intriguing exhibition called “Valiant Women and Super Heroes: Bibles Stories in Comics.”
Alexis Gregory, who sees quality and buys "a beautiful picture," shares his remarkable collection of old French master paintings with the Israel Museum.
By DAVID STROMBERG
Berklee is the largest independent college of contemporary music in the world, offering courses in a wide range of styles and genres, from jazz to hip hop, and bluegrass to flamenco.
Once a year Bat Yam takes on a very different appearance and persona, as the annual International Street Theater & Art Festival kicks off.
News briefs from around the nation.
By COMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
Leonid Balaklav's exhibit, on display until October, showcases several of the artist's portraits of people he's encountered over the years.
“Abba, Tata, Papa” is a multifarious venture whichever way you look at it.
The recently opened Arab Museum of Contemporary Art in Sakhnin is bringing Tel Aviv to the periphery.
By CARL HOFFMAN
“These days, words have been almost completely emptied of meaning. The visual medium is more immediate and can transport an audience to a different place and mind-set."
The Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art pays tribute to artists-in-residence.
A national lottery project will see seven young fashion designers on the stage at the prestigious Gindi Fashion Week.
Beauty and utility lurk in discarded wood pallets.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Pop radio show host Yoav Kutner features in Ashdod’s Poetican Festival, a tribute to the sea.
The Holy Temple was destroyed because the people forgot compassionate righteousness and moral justice. If we do not extirpate the wild weeds, can we dare expect the state to continue to stand strong?
By SHLOMO RISKIN
Eliahou Eric Bokobza's vivid and vibrantly colored paintings are not only deceptive and disarming but unlike much of what is taken for “serious” art on the contemporary Israeli art scene.
A Holocaust survivor paints his experiences that show hints of love and hope. His old studio is now a Museum where everything is both history and art.
By MAGALI DRUSCOVICH
Florentin, Neve Tzedek and other hidden places in the center of Tel Aviv invite us in to get a different look at ideas and colors.
Sister of Paris Hilton weds James Rothschild at London's Kensington Palace.
By DINA BERLINER
'AMY', which follows the "Rehab" singer's life and death in 2011 from alcohol poisoning, was shown on Tuesday night before hitting UK cinemas on Friday.
Best things to do in the week to come.
The summer-long Tel Aviv Dance Festival kicks off this weekend.
Cirque du Soleil is here to dazzle and delight.
Donizetti’s ’The Elixir of Love’ is performed at the Sultan’s Pool.
By GEORGE MEDOVOY SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
TLVFest and Cinema of the South open this week.
Reflecting the demands of an audience increasingly suffering from attention-deficit disorder, the length of time between originals and reboots continues to shrink.
By SIMCHA WEINSTEIN
The historic endeavor is not yet finished, and the Claims Conference will carry on with it for as long as is needed.
By JULIUS BERMAN
Miri Regev keeps stating that her main goal is to increase the budget for culture; Let us all wish her success in this endeavor.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Miri Regev’s desire to cut off funds from any theater with which she has a political disagreement shows a stunning lack of self-confidence in the rightness of her own views.
By JEFF BARAK
Netanyahu sorely needed someone who could do more to solve his problems than sing “Bridge over Troubled Water.”