Israel, Hamas indirect talks scheduled for Cairo on Tuesday
Hamas to PA: Show us proof that int'l organizations will cease aid if our salaries are not paid
Egyptian police kill Palestinian exiting tunnel into Sinai
Israeli drone crashes in south Lebanon
France: Solution to Mideast conflict to be brought before UN Security Council
Netanyahu delays political appointments until after US trip
Gal-On backs religious MKs blasting Lapid for calling press conference on Saturday
Lipman visits South African Parliament
UN Security Council unanimously declares Ebola outbreak 'threat to international peace'
Cabinet to debate proposal for new Beersheba hospital
*Antibody research paves way for new, better flu drugs*
*Cutting the risk*
Israel set to expand public health services in rocket-battered South
New research center to produce lasers, advanced detectors for IDF
Security & Defense: Israel’s first network-centric war
Energy Ministry to allocate NIS 122m. to bring natural gas, improve energy efficiency in South
DLD Tel Aviv innovation fest sees start-ups strut their stuff
Theater Review: Ghosts
A new day for dance
Rapping to peace – local artists Sagol 59 and SAZ join global effort
Biblical inspiration – in the kitchen
Davidovich scales podium at windsurfing Worlds
Beersheba up and running with first win of season
Hap TA looks to maintain momentum in Kiryat Shmona
Jerusalem beats Maccabi TA to claim Winner Cup
Opposition: Netanyahu-Lapid budget agreement will hurt the poor
Workers came for a day of construction, found stalactite cave instead
Poland to be Rivlin’s first trip abroad as President
London council removes signs telling women which side of road to walk down
Israel and West Hollywood launch HIV/AIDS task force
Paper’s claim that tens of thousands of Israelis fled to Germany draws fire
Unable to flee, elderly Jews remain behind in eastern Ukraine
Which group poses a bigger threat to US and Europe than ISIS?
IS claims it created a terror video game
Watch: Lebanese TV shows crashed Israeli drone
Video: Gaza shipwreck survivors plea for entrance into Europe
Iranian official: Ready to join anti-IS coalition, but with nuclear flexibility
Rosh Hashanah and Alex Clare’s Song “Too Close”
Gedaliah and the legacy of political murder
September 21: Trashing the land
Abbas is not the solution
Rosh Hashana: Reflections on past and future awakenings
Tikkun olam in Hebrew
Report from the battlefield
Report from the battlefild
Comfort from calvin
Arrivals: The librarian and the gardener – but not what you think
The anatomy of murder
Finding Eichmann guilty
Different paths to a sweet New Year
Distilling Jerusalem sounds
This Week in Jerusalem
Grapevine: Welcome to the neighborhood
A little slice of Europe
Happily Eva After: Roundup: Rosh Hashana reflections
Climb every mountain
City Notes: Tze’elon beach closed due to dangerous vegetation
Still strange bedfellows: Human evil and human progress
Sino-Indian ties: Need for patience
Some good news from the Gaza front
Does moderate Islam exist?
A song for ELUL: 'The song of the land
סִדְרַת סְטֶנְד-אַפְּ חֲדָשָה: קוֹמֶדִי בִּיט
גִיבּוֹרֵי יִשְׂרָאֵל מְקַבְּלֵי עִיטוּר הַגְבוּרָה
Slichot and the city
Despite war, Breslov Hassidim plan on making Ukraine pilgrimage
Q&A: Why no war can stop David Broza's music
Naples, Florida – a little corner of paradise
WATCH: US embassy helps Israeli Arab school heal in wake of gruesome murder of beloved principal
Scores of lone soldiers reunited with family flown in for holidays
Israel wishes a sweet Rosh Hashana to the soldiers defending the land of milk and honey
Grapevine: Women in service
Revivre l’histoire à Zikhron Moshé
Le stade flambant neuf de la capitale, nouveau fief de l’Hapoel Jerusalem
Quand Roméo et Juliette s’appellent Reouven et Djamila
Jeunes, braves et valeureux : la nouvelle génération des soldats de Tsahal
Oh les filles, oh les filles…
Revisiter le sionisme
Préserver l’héritage des Juifs de Tunisie
Ton peuple sera mon peuple
Malgré quelques revers, l’Etat islamique se porte bien
Israël et la « coalition virtuelle » contre le Hamas
Sous la coupe de l’Etat islamique en Syrie
Le problème avec l’UNRWA
David Azrieli, 1922-2014
Dimanche 13 juillet
Deux familles, une histoire
Après Goldstone, un certain « Rapport Schabas »
Boucler la boucle
Sondage : la victoire de Tsahal à Gaza
L’épreuve de la dissuasion
Pas de trêve pour Bibi
Remembering Those who Perished in the 9/11 Terror Attacks
500 Christians for Israel Plant Trees in the Galilee
Trail Race in Memory of the Sons of the Druze Community
Canadian Young Leadership Solidarity Mission to Israel
European Parliament Member Bastiaan Belder Tours the Negev
KKL-JNF Helps Chile Deal with the Gall Wasp Pest
KKL-JNF and Fair Planet in Ethiopia–Seeds of Hope
KKL-JNF at United Nations Committee of Forestry Conference
KKL-JNF Tree and Plant Nurseries
Care of the Forests Continues Even in a Sabbatical Year
Nevatim Celebrates 60 Years and Dedicates a New Reservoir
European Leadership Conference 2014 - Brussels, Belgium
The KKL-JNF Europe Young Leadership Conference
KKL-JNF Office Opens in New Zealand
KKL-JNF Leaders at ELC meet with the EU Parliament
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
Ma’alot 360 Scholarship Recipients from Australia Tour Israel
09.21.2014 | 26 Elul, 5774
Find television lightnings for this week on Israel's HOT and YES cable services.
By HANNAH BROWN
A slew of Hitchcock’s deadly entertainment is coming to a theater near you.
Mekomi, a dance, film and music program, will be presented in Jaffa.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
Singer/songwriter Maya Isacowitz returns home for a one-off performance.
By DAVID BRINN
Tel Aviv's Love and the Big City program for Tu Be’av offers fascinating insights into some of the city’s pioneers and historical sites.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
‘Victor Young Perez’ tells the true story of the Jewish Tunisian whose boxing career met a tragic end at the hands of the Nazis.
Summer’s TV highlights.
Now playing at the Jerusalem Cinematheque.
This year’s Intimadance Festival focuses on a certain point in time.
Megadeth has performed three times prior to their scheduled show on August 6 at the Tel Aviv Exhibition Grounds.
This year’s Love and the Big City focuses on the romantic nature of our nation’s early leaders.
By BARRY DAVIS
What to watch after a missile attack.
The post is retweeted 7,000 times before being deleted just eight minutes later in what is the pop superstar's second "Palestine" controversy.
Serious fun await at the 31st Jerusalem Film Festival that runs through July 20 at the Jerusalem Cinematheque.
Legendary rocker Neil Young brings his heart of gold to Tel Aviv.
A list of film, art, music, dance and other cultural happenings that you don't want to miss.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
There are 200 films in this year’s Jerusalem Film Festival, many of them very thought-provoking.
Filmmaker Tal Yoffe’s latest documentary follows his journey in search of people whose great love is the bicycle.
Jewish actor allegedly disturbed a performance of the musical "Cabaret" on Broadway, used obscene language and became belligerent.
By LAUREN IZSO,REUTERS
Filmmaker Talya Lavie steps into the spotlight with a dark comedy about everyday life for a unit of young female IDF soldiers.
National Director Foxman says Oldman doesn't understand why his comments were offensive, and that as a celebrity he bears increased responsibility for words.
Fashion expert Ella Manor talks to Israeli designer Shai Shalom about gender bending in fashion and the slow fashion process.
By ELLA MANOR
"Mel Gibson is in a town that’s run by Jews and he said the wrong thing because he’s actually bitten the hand that fed him," Oldman says in 'Playboy' interview.
The Modern Restaurant at The Israel Museum takes an eclectic approach to dining.
By ARI MARRACHE
Pundak, a new meat place in Jaffa dishes out the real thing.
By JASON MESKIN
This week on TV.
In China a grandfather tries to make up for lost opportunities.
One of the most highly regarded guitarists and songwriters M. Ward makes his Israel debut this week.
The Big Bambú installation by twin artists Doug and Mike Starn at the Israel Museum’s art garden is both inspiring and fun.
Mayumana and The Israel Ballet unite with a fresh interpretation of Stravinsky’s ’The Rite of Spring.’
The orchestra’s many instrumental soli, performed with remarkable polish, were thoroughly enjoyable.
By URY EPPSTEIN
British choreographer Matthew Bourne, who created several other renditions of classical ballets, struck gold with Swan Lake.
By ORA BRAFMAN
Swedish retro-rock guitar heroes join the Pixies next week at the RockandRoller Festival.
‘Hanna’s Journey’ shines a light on the German strangers among us.
Thierry Malandain and his troupe perform two classics at the Israel Festival this week.
Eden Holan’s musical odyssey plays out on her new album.
Jazz pianist and vocalist Franck Amsallem returns to Jerusalem.
The Israeli Opera Festival at Masada returns to its spectacular setting with a new production of La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi, June 12-17.
By MAXIM REIDER
American Kent Nagano conducts the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in a series of concerts next week.
Aiming to tackle threats to infrastructure around the globe, the company plans to launch its Energy Cyber Security Center in Hadera on September 15.
By SHARON UDASIN
If only people lived their happy, peaceful lives without concern over heaven or hell, then all would be fine.
By YONATAN GORDON
TIP FOR THE WEEK: Think twice before speaking or acting on a hunch. This is the week for dealing with facts and not fantasy.
By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE
Local fans of Channel 2’s ‘The Voice’ aren’t the only ones watching to see how standout contestant Jessica Katz fares – so is her uncle in Hollywood, Steven Spielberg.
What's happening around the country in the cultural scene.
By JPost Editorial
The Suzanne Dellal Center hosts the innovative Dance with Japan event.
New theater, to open in Jerusalem in mid-September, will show critically acclaimed, high-quality movies from all over the world.
The Secret Chiefs 3 rock concert will stir up a storm in Tel Aviv next week.
The Ballet Theater of St. Petersburg comes to Israel with two classical productions – Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.
By Jesse Eisenberg; translated by Dori Parnes; directed by Avishai Milstein; Bet Lessin, August 20.
By HELEN KAYE
Innovative approaches to dance and performance will be featured in Jaffa next week.
Dr. Lonnie Smith is one of the hot tickets at the Eilat Jazz Festival.
Judith Sudilovsky interviews Ayelet Waldman and Assaf Gavron, participants in the recent International Writers Festival held in Jerusalem.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
It's been 20 years since one of Disney's most beloved films was released, but few people know that villain Scar's song "Be Prepared" was inspired by Hitler.
The Brooklyn native, who made films into his 90s, is best known for his roles in Westerns "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" and "The Magnificent Seven."
The Sea Life Hotel offers a warm welcome and a relaxing respite.
By LIAT COLLINS
Eating salt-free bread is a healthful option.
By LES SAIDEL
From movies to art exhibitions, here's a look at what's going on this weekend, July 31- August 2.
TIP FOR THE WEEK: Thoughts turn reflective as you count your blessings.
Minna Tomei brings together flavors from all over Asia tailored to the Israeli palate.
By SHAWN RODGERS
Gideon Raff’s new series ‘Tyrant,’lacks complexity.
Take a trip back in time next week in the annual revival festival in Jerusalem.
By DEBORAH FINEBLUM
Chilean soprano Verónica Villarroel is one of the star tutors at The Opera Workshop in Tel Aviv.
Contact Point is the opening item of this year’s Jerusalem Season of Culture.
The 31st Jerusalem Film Festival raises the curtain on July 10.
Wine and beer festivals within one week of each other are a drinking connoisseur’s dream come true.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN,NOA AMOUYAL
100 years ago this month, the European powers went to war. A new book provides
a fresh look at how it transformed the Middle East.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Animix Festival to salute ‘Nikui Rosh,’ on the show’s 40th anniversary of merrily slaughtering sacred cows
Katie Chin, author of Everyday Thai Cooking, showed us how to prepare fried rice the Thai way.
By FAYE LEVY AND YAKIR LEVY
This former US postal courier’s unfailing spirit energizes everyone from athletes to the betrothed.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
‘Rabbi Abraham’ tome document show Lincoln was a Jewish role model.
By ROBERT GLUCK
Through photographs taken on the fly, Axel Saxe takes the pulse of Israeli society and its thousands of faces.
By SARAH LALOU
The key to a great potato salad is pickle juice, wrote Mitchell Davis, author of ‘Kitchen Sense’
By FAYE LEVY,YAKIR LEVY
The Yalla Basta visitors card offers an innovative way of experiencing the tantalizing tastes of the shuk’s many eateries.
By MEITAL SHARABI
The inaugural Thai Food Festival in Los Angeles showcased Thailand’s four culinary regions.
The new BMW Mini Cooper S is bigger and better than ever, without sacrificing its definitive proportions and style.
By GIL MELAMED
The Utopia Festival brings sci-fi’s fantastical perspective to Tel Aviv.
By SHULY WASSERSTROM
The Tel Aviv-based Malenki Theater company is staging one-man show ‘Orpheus in the Metro,’ for second time.
TIP FOR THE WEEK: Slowly you will begin to receive the answer to question which have been on your mind for several weeks. Be prepared for a few surprises.
The present is bleak and the future seems worse for Hapoel Tel Aviv.
By ALLON SINAI
An eye-opening exhibition at the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion conveys the message that our eyes often deceive us, our ears can mislead us.
By CARL HOFFMAN
There is a mosaic of people who chose to make Israel their home: among them Druse, Beduin, Arabs and Circassians.
By ITSIK MAROM
Keeping the Tap running,‘Potent Wilderness,’ dancing out of their skins, and little wheels.
FeeX, a free, web-based service, helps users reduce management fees for their pension and savings plans.
By PATRICIA CARMEL
The Children’s Film Festival at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque aims to provide quality entertainment – with a light educational element thrown in.
The sixth annual Jerusalem Woodstock Revival Festival, the opening of the Jerusalem Film Festival, and the Season of Culture have been delayed.
By LIA KAMANA,AGGIE GROSSMAN,DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Small aircraft crashes while trying to land in Rishon Lezion; pilot sustains light injuries.
What's happening around the country this week.
Olivier Dubois’s controversial ‘Tragedie’ opens the new season at TAPAC.
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett perform in Israel this week
'Gett’ examines the injustice of our antiquated divorce laws.
Member of the famed boy band apologizes to fans over cancelled shows, says BSB looking to reschedule concerts in spring 2015.
A TV aficionado takes a post-Emmy look at a year’s worth of entertainment.
By RUTH BELOFF
Ken Loach’s fact-based film ‘Jimmy’s Hall’ takes us back to 1930s Ireland.
Violinist and conductor Maxim Vengerov brings his festival to Israel
The Diver Festival presents fascinating movement in the world of contemporary dance.
Presenting his film at Czech Film Week, director Zdenek Tyc speaks about how people act in extreme situations.
This year saw remarkable performances across the board, but on Monday night the most compelling performances by women will be honored at the 66th Emmy Awards.
By NOA AMOUYAL
While originally he was known for his roles in fictional dramas and comedies, now Williams serves as an example of real life perseverance and resolve.
Regev writes that the complaints raised such questions as whether reality shows should be limited, or does freedom of speech and expression protect them
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK