03.30.2017 | 3 Nisan, 5777
Arab leaders at summit endorse two-state solution
Prisoner convicted of Ramallah 2nd Intifada lynch suddenly released following new evidence
Abbas rejects amendments to Arab peace plan on Israel, Palestinians
Israeli Mission to the UN holds anti-BDS summit
How a Canadian comic set up a combination pop-up store/Holocaust museum
Israel to slash payments to UN, give money instead to supportive countries
Bill would cancel property–tax discount for foreign-funded NGOs
Military exports rise to $6.5 billion
Greenblatt meets FMs of Saudi, UAE amid talk of summit
The ‘copy paste’ festival
Did the Weizmann Institute team up with Paris Hilton?
Amid floundering season, Maccabi Tel Aviv visits Barcelona
Beitar adopts no-tolerance policy on racism
Harush, Hemed suspended for criticism
Holon claims historic win at Mac Tel Aviv
Your Taxes: New Israel-Canada tax treaty
Tech Talk: EyeYon receives new financing
‘Think of Romania as an extension of your domestic market’
Violence strikes the health system again
Iodine-free salt create ‘national health problem’
Three children poisoned in Passover cleaning incidents
Israel falls behind in the war against smoking, says expert
Paraguay to replace ‘shackle-and-hoist’ kosher slaughter method
Israel turning garbage dump into energy resource
A multi-pronged approach to
water economy innovation
$900,000 awarded to Israeli-American mobile video tech partnership
Encountering Peace: From Washington to Jerusalem
Syria – the beginning of the end?
Media Comment: Netanyahu, government and the media
From pro-AIPAC to protester
US-Israeli activist raises funds for Syria via new taxi service
Arab world surprisingly mum on Modi visit to Israel
New PLO ambassador to US has high hopes for Trump era
Amazon clinches deal to buy Middle East online retailer
Iran: Russia can use military bases 'on case by case basis'
Iran sanctions 15 US firms, citing Israel ties and 'human rights'
British MP: Iran is trying to threaten Israel by establishing a second front in Syria
Mossad chief: Iran is main threat to Israel with or without nuclear deal
US military official to JPost: ISIS is in its death throes, but still a ruthless enemy
Will ISIS use chemical weapons against Israel or Israelis in Europe?
US weighs deploying up to 1,000 'reserve' troops for ISIS fight
France's far-right Le Pen loses EU parliament immunity over ISIS tweets
Ivanka Trump becomes unpaid White House employee
Bob Dylan to receive Nobel prize in Stockholm
Has traditional ‘shmura’ matza become an American food trend?
Diaspora Jew to light Independence Day torch
Minority Report: Lesser-told stories and personalities from the Israeli tech community
Technion develops hydrogen production method that blows others out of the water
Alto: The Israeli startup aiming to help Americans with disabilities
Electronic patches for migraine headaches
AIPAC to lobby against Trump foreign aid cuts
Report: Trump calls over UN settlements resolution likely intercepted
AIPAC renews focus on two-state solution, tries to shore up Democratic support
Trump's UN envoy Haley serves red meat to AIPAC
Analysis: Clinton falls amid assault on establishment
Clinton concedes: 'We have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling'
Hillary Clinton and the glass ceiling: Cracked but intact
NY hassidic village loyal to Clinton despite Trump popularity among ultra-Orthodox
Trump reportedly picks friend of Jared Kushner to serve in administration
Trump calls UN 'sad,' days after Israeli settlements vote
Saddam Hussein's daughter touts Trump's 'political sensibility'
Dermer calls on Trump to move embassy to Jerusalem
Today's cartoon by Dry Bones
The matza that isn’t kosher for Passover
Grapevine: Cravat diplomacy
JPost on Instagram
Podcast: Three Ladies, Three Lattes
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
How Sarah Silverman's new show plans to take on politics
Israeli-American mogul Haim Saban gets Hollywood star
Pregnant Jenna Jameson to give baby Hebrew name
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
'Volatile and dangerous’
Extending a cultural helping hand
Solving the riddle of Elsa Weiss
in the sea
Sit up and listen
City Notes: From shipwrecked to seabound
Harnessed to freedom
See you at
סֶקֶר עַל הָעִישוּן וְעַל שְתִייַת הָאַלְכּוֹהוֹל
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World leadership has changed, but Israel support still needed, says Cardoza-Moore
Thousands gather to see restored site of Jesus’s tomb in Jerusalem
Tomb of Jesus reopens in Jerusalem after restoration
Israeli bird-watching event raises NIS 254,000 to save black storks
Building Mitzpe Ilan, a Young Community on the Seam Line
KKL France’s 20th Walk for Water in Israel
Meeting on Water Sensitive Cities
KOSHER IN CUZCO
Radical Islamic immigration strategy
The Oscars and Hollywood's hypocrisy; Dear Hollywood, If You Want To Help Women, You Must Strictly And Unapologetically Defend The Values That Have Allowed Women To Thrive.
The New Israel Fund's Law of Return
It was with disappointment and disgust, that I read that the Palestinian Scout Association, a World Organization of the Scout Movement member, named its leadership- training course after a terrorist.
By YAKIR FELDMAN
A 4,000-square-meter campus on Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus has opened to
integrate all services imaginable for abused children. Professionals and private
donors have made it happen.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Accidental childhood fatalities rise to 117 in 2016.
Babies with SCID, who used to die or be kept for years in “bubbles” because they lacked any immune system to protect them, undergo bone marrow transplants and are cured of the condition.
Even many nurses and doctors are unaware of all the latest scientifically based guidelines for preventing sudden infant death syndrome, whose rate has declined little in Israel.
Hebrew University research offers insight on how children learn to share.
Breast milk is said to be the best nutrition for babies, but unlike some countries, Israel still does not have a breast-milk bank.
By ILAN SAMISH
Money has still not been allocated to hire nurses even though the Health Ministry has recognized the need for better-trained nurses.
The numbers represent an 18% drop in mortality rate for the infants.
Shufersal, Israel’s largest retail chain, to distribute Perrigo’s kosher formula across country.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The study was conducted at BGU’s virtual-environment simulation laboratory, one of the world’s most sophisticated traffic-research facilities.
The Agriculture Ministry initially launched its "Half-Half" campaign about a month ago, to encourage fruit and vegetable consumption among members of the public, old and young.
By SHARON UDASIN
Therapist Suzanne Stamboulieh's latest book is a simple venture, to say the least – and that is exactly what makes it stand out.
By JOY BANBURY
Royal commission finds "marked absence of supportive leadership” at two Orthodox institutions.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Almost two-thirds of the Jewish community’s children are enrolled.
La mendicité forcée des enfants palestiniens
By MICHÈLE MAZEL
Peu après la création de l’Etat, des centaines de bébés yéménites et séfarades auraient été enlevés après leur naissance pour être confiés à des familles ashkénazes.
By TAL ARIEL AMIR
La ferme Kaïma prend en charge les adolescents en décrochage scolaire et tente de les réinsérer en cultivant leur sens des responsabilités et leur épanouissement personnel
By SHARON AHARONI
“Unbelievably, many parents end up simply not going out alone as couples for months at a time, just because they haven’t found a babysitter they can trust their kids with.”
By ORRI J. AVRAHAM
The Soapbox Project champions charity without spending a dime.
By RACHEL MYERSON
"When you show something to a child in the right way, they get drawn into it.”
By BARRY DAVIS
GIFT’s twin objectives are to inspire and educate people to give while simultaneously helping those in need.
By KEREN PREISKEL
The LearningWorks is oriented toward children interested in math, science, technology, engineering and especially robotics.
By CARL HOFFMAN
Avi Friedman is the creative mind behind children’s stories that present difficult subjects in an easily digestible format.
By ELISSA EINHORN
The show is the culmination of the past year’s efforts of at-risk children and youth with special needs who have produced some sparkling, intriguing and surprising works.
I had waited 2,000 years to get back to work.
By HOWARD GOLDENBERG
Identifying and changing realities for Israel’s dyslexic children.
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
The Ben-Zvi Institute is getting students to discover their own Jerusalem backyards.
By MIRANDA LEVINGSTON
If your child is at a teaching hospital, consider how often it’s okay for doctors to come in and show your child’s body to others.
By LIAT LEVY
The animated short film, "Tom's Secret," is the first such film to guide parents on how to identify, prevent and respond to instances of child sexual abuse.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Obama calls on Congress to approve more funding to prevent spread of Zika in the US.
The 31-year-old posted a picture of what appears to be a burgeoning baby bump along with the caption "Something's cooking..." on Instagram.
Hundreds from ‘Team AMIT’ to run in Jerusalem Marathon, raise money for children’s shelter aided by the late Daniella Moffson.
"The collaboration between the municipality and the Grabski Center is a long and fruitful one," Barda said on Thursday.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
After making progress this year, the Education Ministry now aims to get 16-30% of high schools students to study mathematics at the highest level.
Ma'agalim empowers at-risk students to serve in the IDF and stay in Israel,
says CEO Assaf Weiss.
By STEVE LINDE
The committee called for increased cooperation between all relevant public services – including, health, education, welfare and police – in order to grant full access to information about a child at
"There are too many hardships and too few responses in education, welfare, health, law enforcement and the protection of children."
"We are striving to create the first-ever research and treatment center for maltreated kids."
Israel wastes some 2.45 million tons of food annually, constituting 35 percent of domestic food production. In 2015, this waste cost NIS 18 billion.
“Nevet’s goal is to reach every child in Israel in need of a sandwich and become a national program,” Rotem Yosef, director of resource development at Nevet said.
In 2001, the state commission decided to seal numerous documents until 2071 regarding the disappearance of Mizrahi-descended children in the 1950s.
By TAMARA ZIEVE,LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
At 40 and single, Kulanu MK Merav Ben-Ari decided that it was time for her to become a mother, and she made up her mind to step into this life adventure with one of her best friends.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Uri and Tamar most popular baby names among Israeli Jews.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The MyHeritage company clarified that it had no intention or ability to itself investigate the chain of events which led to the disappearance of said children, and that its purpose was solely family
For 20 years, Save a Child’s Heart has been treating kids from third-world countries – many of which don’t have ties with Israel.
By PAUL ALSTER
The 2-1 ruling to acquit former businessman Nissim Haddad who had been convicted of molesting the 18-month-old child of his ex-girlfriend.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The IFCJ and local organizations team up to provide children with school knapsacks.
By CARMIT SAPIR WEITZ
The IDF Widows and Orphans Organization made the summer special for children who have gone through an unspeakable loss.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
In previous years, the causes of death included suspected suicide, poisoning, swallowing foreign objects, falls and other mishaps.
Colel Chabad awards academic scholarships to 100 children
Four babies and toddlers have died this summer after being left in vehicles.
The runners will be joined by their families for the last kilometer of the race, and the organizers have called on the general public to come and take part in the run.
Levy’s murdered children were named Yishai, 11, and Sarah, 10.
The bill, proposed by MK Rachel Azaria (Kulanu), would provide oversight for lunches given to some 150,000 children.
Haifa University academics Tamar and Oz Almog posit that Israel’s Generation Y,is generally spoiled, cosseted, self-involved, late to mature and passive.
By SHULA KOPF
New children’s book: A Story of Scissors
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
New children’s book: The Empty Chair
New album: Cotton Candy Clouds
"Ben Ha-Ha was watching them from the top of the refrigerator; Could this still be a dream? Now his tears came."
By HAIM WATZMAN
The Sulamot project teaches music to disadvantaged and traumatized children.
By PATRICIA GOLAN
The magic of friendships and caring help mitigate the challenges of cancer.
By SARAH LEVI
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
An innovative school in Haifa takes education far beyond the three Rs
By UDI SHAHAM
How the resilience of one mother in Kiryat Arba created an endeavor that benefits the entire community.
By MIRIAM KATES LOCK
Children may be more anxious and more easily distracted, sleep less well, exercise less frequently, have greater difficulty focusing, “playing” outside, or knowing how to read social cues.
A child’s struggle inspires a picture book.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
For the first time in Israel’s history, drug use is on the rise as much as 10.5% among teens.
By TRACEY SHIPLEY
The need for immediate gratification affects tendencies of violence toward others and themselves.
A Jerusalem-based NGO works to help at-risk teens find their way.
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
Members of the public of all ages came together to transform a graffiti-covered wall in Pardess Hanna.
By PENINA HOROWITZ
By KATHERINE KEENAN
So what is a parent to do?
Whatever you decide is best for your child, make sure you do due diligence.
"The depth of suffering is unprecedented. Millions of children in Syria come under attack on a daily basis."
Footage emerges from graduation ceremony for kindergarten run by Palestinian terrorist group.
By MAAYAN GROISMAN
Lara Trump told People magazine that the couple made the announcement at the start of her second trimester because they were afraid the president would give them away.
A look at percolating issues in Israel’s complicated social and religious fabric; Secular Pam, modern Orthodox Tzippi and haredi Danit answer your questions.
By THREE LADIES, THREE LATTES
Genendy Radoff, 43, made aliya from Silver Spring, Maryland to Ramat Beit Shemesh in 2005.
By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
It’s time for Israel to change the way we discipline children in school to increase learning outcomes.
By RICHARD L. CURWIN
Israeli government takes one step toward improving its welfare policy regarding the country's youth and children.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Israel is growing more crowded every year. The trick is to adapt and to find our strength – and happiness – in our numbers.
By LIAT COLLINS
As one approaches adolescence, the brain undergoes major structural and hormonal changes; Recent studies explain the biology of adolescents in ways that were previously confined to psychology.
I would estimate that about 95 percent of all arguments revolved around the distribution of chores.
By HERB KEINON
Having experienced this before as a parent does not make it easier. It prepares you, but doesn’t make it easier.
On one of our ferrying trips our granddaughter turned to me and said ‘How were you in touch with
your friends if you didn’t have a smartphone?’
By BRENDA KATTEN
Daycare is a parent’s issue, a national issue if you will as it covers the first critical three years of our children’s lives.
By PNINA PFEUFFER
"EVEN AMONG those parents who do care enough there is a great deal of ignorance about preventing lice."
By ZIONA GREENWALD