Netanyahu: Israel, US discussing new security aid package unrelated to Iran deal
Time for tennis? Life is boring for Liberman in the opposition
Edelstein 'going crazy' over Knesset's inactivity
Shaked pushes bill to stiffen penalties against rock throwing
One Republic: Living the 'Good Life' in Tel Aviv
Leaving Tel Aviv behind
Crowd-funding his way to culinary cinema
Comedy: Talking to Todd
FIFA ban would be a 'tsunami' for Israeli soccer, former top official says
Campaign’s last weekend brings very little drama
Rishon to face J’lem in semis, Haifa levels series with Eilat
Sela outplayed by Tsonga at French Open
In pictures: Rape culture protested in Jerusalem's fourth-annual 'SlutWalk'
IDF to lift seizure order on yeshiva in Yitzhar settlement
Palestinians drop bid to suspend Israel from FIFA
Man arrested in Cyprus suspected of planning terror attack against Israelis
Netanyahu: Moves like Palestinian 'provocation' at FIFA distance peace
Israel's Eini at FIFA: 'We can make soccer a bridge for peace'
Swiss police probe FIFA bomb threat; pro-Palestinian protesters ousted from soccer congress
UN considers leaving Israel off child's rights violators list, would compare IDF to Boko Haram
Netanyahu: Kicking Israel out of FIFA will ruin world soccer
Accused war criminal dies as Russia and Canada argue his fate
Belz Hassidim ban women from driving in UK
'The Godfather' drops out of play due to writer's Nazi sympathies
Germany opts not to prosecute former Nazi, citing dementia
German party lifts requirement for Muslim students to visit concentration camps
Agreement on punitive Iran sanctions remains elusive
Report: ISIS-linked terrorists in Sinai threaten to strike Eilat port
Chief of elite Tajik police unit defects to Islamic State, vows jihad against enemies
Over 470 bodies exhumed from mass grave in Tikrit believed to be the work of ISIS
Lebanon, Saudi Arabia cooperate in case against Hezbollah officials
Tuesday's rocket attack in South induced Ashdod woman to give birth
Whooping cough vaccine to be offered to Jerusalem infants in June due to a number of cases
World No Tobacco Day to be marked on Sunday
Rambam Medical Center's AID seminar aims to save lives in Africa, create goodwill abroad
Environmentalists claim victory as sand mining to stop at Samar
Netanyahu on natural gas: We will not repeat mistakes of other countries
Kahlon recuses himself from gas sector
Experts call for urgent construction of wastewater treatment facilities in West Bank
From a school in Ashdod to Israel's leading high-tech company
Tech Talk: Israel is a Kickstarter superpower
Most influential Jewish innovators, entrepreneurs
Jimmy Wales wants Wikipedia to change the world, again
‘Brand psychology is effective for business and politics alike’
Israel gains ground in competitiveness ranking
Into the Fray: The depraved indifference of ‘two-statism’
My Word: Talking back to talking heads
Rabbi Riskin – until 120
As I See it: Israel’s Foreign Ministry moves to be right
Universities should be unsafe for political correctness
Books: Irascible Rothko
Satellites that tango
Ride to health
Time for change
Aliya Veterans: Practical work first, big dreams second
Books: Tribal Lands — The Twelve Tribes of Israel in Their Ancestral Territories
Books: The Vilna Vegetarian Cookbook
Books: Turning the income page
Grapevine: A long and active night
Don’t pass them by
Hi-tech, gastronomy and travel
Theater: Hello, Dolly, I’m ‘back where I belong’
Grapevine: Intermingled history
From ‘Backyard’ to front lawn
Pompeii in the Galilee
Netanyahu goes for gold in shoot-off with Obama
Netanyahu's target wasn’t Israeli Arabs, but foreign-funded NGOs
The Reshaping of the Middle East
Palestine - Pope forfeits spiritual and moral authority
יִשְׂרָאֵל הַיָפָה בְּיָרוֹק
אֶת כָּל פִּלְאֵי הַקַיִץ
מֶחְקָר עַל אֲכִילָה וּתְזוּנָה בָּעוֹלָם
תַחֲרוּת לְפִיתוּחַ אַפְּלִיקַצְיוֹת בּיְרוּשָלַיִם
Searching for human rights in the Republic of the Congo
Following the green line
Jerusalemites of note
Holocaust Remembrance Day: What’s in a name?
The pope pines for pizza, peace of mind and the soccer pitch
Thousands of Christians flock to Jerusalem for Pentecost
Christians in the Middle East rank high on Peoples Under Threat list
Christian Zionist in Israel filming anti-BDS movie
Debate simmers over whether pope called Abbas an ‘angel of peace’
New Occupational Therapy Room and Garden for the Galilee Medical Center
Landscaping Absorption Centers with Ethiopian Immigrants
Holocaust Day Ceremony Honoring the Heroism of Jewish Rescuers
Pedaling Along the Tel Aviv Shore
The International Solidarity Mission Says Goodbye in Jerusalem
Chinese Ambassador Visits the Israel-China Friendship Fores
Expo 2015: Italian Journalists Tour the Arava
President of Lombardy Tours Israel Prior to Milan Expo
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
JNF Ontario Community Mission Tours the Western Negev
Celebrating 50 Years of German-Israeli Diplomatic Relations
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
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
Outdoor Fitness Israel: An Innovative Fitness Program Developed By UK Olim
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
PetBNB:An Olah’s Unusual Canine Startup
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
WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
5 Ways that Olim Kick Back
VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
Sovev Tel Aviv, Israel’s Largest Biking Event
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NBN Announces Bonei Zion Prize Recipients for 2015
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William Schabas heads commission due to present inquiry findings to UN Human Rights Council in March.
By HERB KEINON
Adnan Abu Uda, the King's previous chief of office, says attack on synagogue was "natural reaction," and of no connection to Jordan.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Jordan recalled Walid Obeidat for consultations earlier this month to protest Israeli actions on the Temple Mount.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Prime Minister, in special meeting with defense minister, says that if Hamas rockets will see heavy response from IDF; no breakthrough in talks reported.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,HERB KEINON
Netanyahu's comments came during an unannounced visit to Sderot youth ahead of cease-fire expiration.
“As long as Hamas controls Gaza, and is popular in Judea and Samaria, a diplomatic process is simply impossible,” FM says.
“Flying a flag here in Vilnius carries a special significance. This is a country which is a cornerstone in Jewish heritage, where some of the great Jewish thinkers came from”
Senior officials, including President Rivlin, former president Peres to address annual conference in Jerusalem, which will tackle political and security issues.
By DAVID BRINN
‘Now is a good time for Israeli companies to invest in the US. There are also investment opportunities in Israel, particularly in the technology and energy sectors.
By DANIEL SHAPIRO
Israeli Jewish Congress president Vladimir Sloutsker, an outspoken Zionist, is unafraid to speak his mind.
By SAM SOKOL
Wives of Australian, UK and Chilean envoys discuss life in Israel.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Ahead of The Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Conference, the Post's Greer Fay Cashman is meeting some of the leading foreign ambassadors currently serving in Israel.
A peine formé, le nouveau gouvernement israélien est confronté à des défis de taille, tant sur le plan diplomatique que sécuritaire
By LESLIE SUSSER
A 93 ans, la lauréate du Prix d’Israël 2015 a conservé un esprit grinçant. L’ancienne diplomate a une dent contre les hommes politiques d’aujourd’hui. Entretien avec une dame de caractère
By YAAKOV BAR-ON
Israël n’a pas encore totalement gagné la bataille pour sa reconnaissance. Pourtant, sur la scène internationale, il a remporté plus de succès que ses premiers diplomates ne l’auraient jamais rêvé
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Mardi 30 décembre, l’Autorité palestinienne n’est pas parvenue à faire passer sa résolution. Pourquoi la France a-t-elle soutenu le texte ? Qui sont aujourd’hui les alliés d’Israël ?
Washington et Ramallah ne cessent de répéter qu’elles ne souhaitent pas interférer dans les élections israéliennes, et pourtant, sur le terrain, chacun a déjà choisi son camp
Quatre décisions anti-israéliennes en une journée au sein de l’Union européenne
By SYLVIE BERGER
300 ambassadeurs, 100 médias locaux et internationaux et les principaux leaders de la scène israélienne se sont réunis le 11 décembre pour la conférence annuelle du Jerusalem Post
Le Jerusalem Post révèle les coulisses du refus d’une mise en liberté conditionnelle que l’agent israélien Jonathan Pollard attend depuis si longtemps…
By GIL HOFFMAN
Le dernier round de négociations représentait la meilleure chance qu’avait l’Occident de parvenir à un accord. La prolongation des discussions en revanche pourrait ne mener à rien…
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
La date butoir est arrivée. Mais les puissances occidentales et l’Iran ne sont pas parvenus à un accord sur le nucléaire iranien. Rendez-vous dans six mois, même heure, même endroit
Le dimanche 7 septembre à Nice se tenait un colloque inédit en France. Organisé par l’association Siona Côte d’Azur, cet événement majeur a réuni plus de 550 personnes au Centre universitaire méditer
By ORIANE COHEN
When relations were formally established in 1965, just 20 years after the Holocaust, the wounds were still open and bleeding.
Despite reports of tension with Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s office, Baird paid warm tribute to the premiere.
By HERB KEINON,REUTERS
With the election campaign now officially under way, the state of US-Israel relations
will be a major issue.
German media claims that German intelligence spied on phone calls of the two US diplomats by "accident."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Mogherini reminds PM that EU “staunchly supports a peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
Vatican recognition of Palestine builds on years of sympathy for the Palestinian cause.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization often comes under heavy criticism from Israel for its stance with regard to the Palestinian unilateral drive for statehood.
El Salvador’s Ambassador Suzana Gun de Hasenson looks back on her close-to-40 years as a diplomat in the Jewish state.
Dorin Cioba will visit the local Gypsy community in Jerusalem, as well as Yad Vashem.
"The support and the alliance with the United States is a foundation of our national security,” Netanyahu said at the start of the meeting with the delegation .
By GREER FAY CASHMAN,HERB KEINON
Report finds that 65 percent of diplomatic workers do not even have academic degrees.
While the speech in Congress did come up during the meeting, the main focus was on the Iranian nuclear negotiations. Netanyahu is continuing to be outspoken in his opposition to the Iran deal.
According to poll, 67% of American public feel the US president should be strongly supportive of Israel, while 20% said he should not be.
Ambassadors Zhan Yangxin, of China, Jonathan Andrew Carr of New Zealand and Gnama Henri Bacye of Burkina Faso present to President.
Last week Israel denied South African Minister for Higher Education and Training Blade Nzimande entry to the country.
By MATI WAGNER,SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Israeli envoy to the United States makes remarks at Israel Bonds event in Chicago.
Initiative marks advancement of Israel-China trade relations.
By SHARON UDASIN
Rivlin's visit to the Southeast Asian state is the first by an Israeli president since that of Chaim Herzog in 1987.
Aristotle Tziampiris says while ‘atmospherics’ may not be as good, Greece’s new prime minister is pragmatic.
Despite Kosovo’s open admiration for Israel, Palestinian unilateralism and ties with Russia and Serbia make recognition of the Balkan state difficult for Jerusalem.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,ILAN EVYATAR
Visit to be first by a Japanese prime minister since Junichiro Koizumi visited in the summer of 2006, just prior to the Second Lebanon War.
At awards ceremony, president says that while competing on global markets, Israel’s companies have to answer for its policies.
Netanyahu proposes 0 VAT for food staples, despite rejecting the policy in the past.
By NIV ELIS
Former Communications Minister Moshe Kahlon refrained from officially announcing his candidacy for expected elections, but made clear signals he would.
Yesh Atid MK says more focus needs to be placed on foreign affairs.
Disagreements between the leaders of Israel, US do not translate into an actual crisis in relations between the two states.
Massachusetts senator has been mentioned as a possible challenger to Hillary Clinton for the democratic nomination.
Ahead of the Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Conference, the Post's Greer Fay Cashman is meeting some of the leading foreign ambassadors currently serving in Israel.
Five-day festival organized by Israel’s embassy opens Saturday at the National Cinema Center in Hanoi.
Israel is losing a good friend on the council with the exit of Australia.
Sweden – along with Ireland, Malta and Finland – are generally high up on the list of the EU countries who give Israel the toughest time inside various European institutions.
UAL-Ta’al doesn’t want to close door on Balad, which has problematic relations with Hadash.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Surprisingly buoyant, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu sits down with ‘the Post’ and extols policy-making based on looking at the region as it truly is, without wishful thinking.
Move comes in protest against what the ministry's worker's committee says is the Treasury's foot-dragging on signing a collective collective agreement with the workers.
Foreign Ministry hopes to send Eynat Shlein as ambassador to Jordan in the summer of 2015.
President Reuven Rivlin received the credentials of new envoys in Jerusalem for the first time on Thursday.
Representatives Ed Royce and Eliot Engel meet Foreign Minister Liberman, Prime Minister Netanyahu.
Israel’s outgoing head of parliamentary network says left-wing critics of Jewish state are furtively trying to block ratification of Open Skies deal.
Even Meretz and Hadash would ultimately try to break Hamas, Liberman says; comments come day after security cabinet ministers were very vocal in interviews, speeches.
By GIL HOFFMAN,HERB KEINON
President takes step to prevent situation from deteriorating after Foreign Ministry spokesman lashed out at Brazil for recalling envoy over Gaza op.
During her time as ambassador, Tova Herzl had to face lingering anti- Semitism in Latvia and anti-Israel feelings in South Africa.
By DANIELLE MAX
From whispering into Shamir’s ear, to lobbying Papandreou on Israel’s behalf.
140 young community leaders from 35 countries will meet in Vienna for ‘elevating’
inter-religious dialogue, without an agenda.
By Laura Kelly
The Young Ambassadors program recruits high-school students to teach them communication skills and spread around a little good PR.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Diplocoffee, a multicultural, international meeting of diplomats from coffee-producing countries and local businesspeople, is Israel’s latest gastrodiplomacy enterprise.
Officials in Washington confirm mission will close due to unpredictable security situation in country where rebel group has seized control of the capital.
Recent Rabin memorials have strayed from the diplomatic issue and instead focused on national unity and preventing rifts inside Israeli society.
Iranian supreme leader says nuke talks with world powers to continue, though no point in holding negotiations with the US on other issues.
As a diplomat, Outgoing British Ambassador Matthew Gould remarked, he was not allowed to say anything controversial, but pointed out that one can’t talk about Israel without being controversial.
This week's events.
For a change, Shimon Peres, Israel’s elder statesman and its ninth president, was not the oldest person in the room.
Israel, going into truce with its eyes “wide open,” well aware of how Hamas and Islamic Jihad had broken numerous ceasefires, official says.
Egypt claims truce has been accepted by both sides, no confirmation from Hamas; rockets continue to be launched at Israel, officials vow no negotiations to take place "under fire".
Lawmakers from across the political spectrum weigh in on the appropriate response to renewed aggression by Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
By LAHAV HARKOV
As Israel's military campaign in Gaza is seemingly over, the ensuing diplomatic process will be grueling, extend for a longer period than four weeks, and be fought on various fronts.
First Muslim to serve in a British cabinet says she can "no longer support" her government's policy in the conflict between Israel, Hamas.
By JERRY LEWIS
These days, much is being written about Israel’s relations with European countries.
By CASPAR VELDKAMP
There were so many different national flags at the edge of the playing field that a stranger might have thought the UN had moved from New York to Herzliya.
A presidential duty to defend and even reconcile Islam.
By DAVID PARSONS
The president should not muse in public, only in private, as otherwise musing is transformed into policy.
By YOAV J. TENEMBAUM
Sadly, Kuwait is just one example of how Washington’s narrow economic interests seem to shunt aside basic issues such as freedom, decency and human dignity.
By MICHAEL FREUND
Israelis want Netanyahu and Ya’alon’s vigilance, not the unpredictability of Herzog and Livni.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
In recent years the debate over Israel’s efforts in public diplomacy, or hasbara, has been a recurring topic on the agenda of the Jewish state and its supporters around the globe.
By DAVID BRAHA
Friends and foes alike will be watching to see how Netanyahu responds to the outcome of this week’s US elections and what lessons both he and Obama learn from “chickenshit-gate.”
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Not every country is blessed to have Norway and Finland as neighbors, or to live without threat or fear of annihilation.
“Please give us apartheid!” – Arab Member of Knesset speaking in Finland.
By SANNA HAIKALA-REYES
From the Islamic State to Iran, to Pakistan and Ukraine – Israel can no longer claim to be the West’s front line against tyranny and chaos.
By SHAI FRANKLIN,MICAH HALPERN
The entire world agrees that there is a universal absolute, an external moral standard to which all people are accountable.
By BRIAN SCHRAUGER
Hamas has been hit hard. Harder than ever before. It nevertheless needs to be hit much harder, until it is dismantled by diplomatic or military means.
By OPHIR FALK
For Hamas, a “success” – long-range Hamas rockets falling on densely-populated Tel Aviv or Jerusalem – could radicalize Israel’s determination to pursue the conflict to the bitter end.
By FREDERICK KRANTZ
Gaza is different in many ways, but one lesson that should be learned from Iraq and is 100 percent relevant for Gaza is that you cannot resolve a political problem solely with military means.
By GERSHON BASKIN
For its support of Hamas, Qatar should receive a second yellow card.
By KENNETH BANDLER