05.24.2016 | 16 Iyar, 5776
Palestinians reject Netanyahu’s call for direct Paris talks
On this day: Israel withdraws from Lebanon, ending 18-year ordeal
'First signs of new cold war emerging in Syria,' former senior IDF commander warns
Israel resumes Gaza cement shipments after ban over Hamas theft
Special report blasts Netanyahu for 'Bibi Tours Affair'
Sela ousted in five sets in first round of French Open
Maccabi Tel Aviv, Eilat, Rishon all jump out to 2-0 advantages
Lots of pride on the line in State Cup final
UK professor yields to BDS, turns down prize from Israeli university
Bennie Begin: Capital punishment for terrorists is ‘unfit, even moronic'
Knesset passes law against human cloning for next 4 years
Concert Review: Deep Purple
A walk on the Wild side
Israeli films win at Cannes
Award-winning US chef to pen Israeli cookbook
Beersheba party continues with next season in mind
How they sold us the Iran deal
Isi Leibler: Wrong on all counts
Pope Innocent III: Theology vs. reality
No holds barred: The loneliness of the desert
Hardliner elected as head of Iran's top clerical body due to tap Khamenei successor
ISIS plans to ignite ethnic war in Fallujah upon leaving the city, secret document reveals
Analysis: Islamic State may be down, but it's far from out
Afghan Taliban leader likely killed in US drone strike
Senior Iranian official: Secret, second wife of Iran's FM 'spied for the West'
Too hot for Tehran: Glam couple flee Iran after model photos deemed 'un-Islamic'
Escape to victory: 'Anti-Iranian occupation' team wins soccer cup
Holocaust denial in Iran can be tackled by media, say experts
US prosecutors move to unseal case of Ivy League student who defected from ISIS
Australia holds five suspected of plotting sailing trip to join ISIS
WATCH: From paying tuition to 'funding Hamas'?
Far-right Austrian candidate’s near loss is 'wake-up call' to centrists in Europe
'F**k Israel, long live the Intifada' angry mob screams at Jewish UC student
Marseille: The elegant Europort of the South
Prevent Lag Ba’omer accidents and tragedies
Committee votes to reduce regulations on food pesticides
Study: Stress worsens Crohn’s disease
Exclusive: Israel’s cronyism drags on economy, study suggests
Health scan: On/off button for inheriting responses to environmental changes
Sharpen your medical mind
French PM Valls inaugurates Israel's latest—and largest—solar field
Cabinet approves Levianthan gas deal
Gas deal may soon be back on track after partners reportedly agree to update
Tech Talk: CES Asia 2016
Tech can’t thrive without women, says Israeli-born Oracle CEO
Travel, tourism and entertainment in the technological age
Australian tells BBC he created bitcoin, but some skeptical
Sanders picks critics of Israel, BDS backer to write Democratic platform
UK's Cameron says ready to meet Trump, pans 'very dangerous' Muslim remarks
Sanders wants Dem platform to better reflect Palestinian aspirations
‘Post’ poll: Israelis think Trump would be better than Clinton at fighting terrorism
Briefing: Liberman, Trump and fascism
Grapevine: Underwriting Israel’s future
Podcast: A stable Israeli government? Fat chance
This week in 60 seconds: Iron Dome takes to the high seas
Grapevine: Animal husbandry
Briefing: Eurovision and Europe’s vision for peace
Employees send their boss on a special vacation
WATCH: Kittens are the best audience
WATCH: 6ft Balloon Bursts in Slow Motion
22 Photographs where time really stood still
'In the navy'
On the 50th anniversary of Agnon’s Nobel Prize
Books: Blood diamonds
The forgotten casualties
Whose land is it?
A Jew in ancient Rome
The Russian Underground
SpaceIL: To the moon!
Arrivals: The art of saving her son
The Tisch: Counting for unity
Books: A lost stage
Pavements for pedestrians? Not in Jerusalem
Inside Gilo: Who pays for that?
This week in Jerusalem
Here and now at the Israel Festival
A life outlined by the paintbrush
Rocking in the Western Galilee
Italian Jewish looks, at Beit Hatfutsot
Revolutionizing the coffee shop and supermarket industries
הַצַלָמִים – יְרוּשָלַיִם בְּעֵינֵי צַלָמֶיהָ
The Christian Edition- one month free subscription
Digging with the Bible
Sanctifying God in the Rhineland massacres
‘Christians are children of the Holy Land; now is the time to integrate’
Dado Scenic Lookout Dedicated on Israel's Northern Border
Golani Soldiers Clean up the Forests of Northern Israel
Canadian University Students Visit Israel with JNF Canada
New Kindergartens, Youth Center for Kiryat Malachi
Greek President Plants Olive Tree in Jerusalem Grove of Nations
Italian Environment Minister Discovers Negev Agriculture
Kenyan President Plants an Olive Tree in Jerusalem
Italy-Israel Friendship Tree Planted in Italian Ambassador’s Garden
Hugging a Tree? Beware of the Pine Processionary Caterpillar!
UN World Water Day 2016: Better Water, Better Jobs
International Forest Day 2016: Saying Thank You to the Trees
US Forestry Service Shares Remote Sensing Tech with Israel
KKL-JNF and The Italian State Forestry Corps Sign a Memorandum
JNF USA & Alexander Muss High School in Israel
Both Receive Charity Navigator's Highest Rating
First-Ever Birthright Israel Trip for Jewish Law Enforcement Announced
90 Year-old Giuditta Matalon Embraces the Children of Israel
Peonies and Pineapples in the Negev Desert
An Interview with Israel Prize Winner Prof. Yossi Katz
Arava Open Day 2016
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
What is France up to in the Middle East?
Game of Thrones: Returning from the dead and grappling with religion
What You Admire, You Can Become
If this is true, why are we talking about a Palestinian State?
“The course will be an inseparable part of the variety of services that the hospital offers to the residents of the area."
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
62-year old woman saves two other women as well.
Ashley Perry is committed to helping Anusim reconnect.
By MARION FISCHEL
Jewish executive of world's biggest online social network is expecting first child with wife Priscilla Chan.
In the Diaspora, the rabbinical courts have few methods of persuasion against recalcitrant spouses.
By JEREMY SHARON
"I can choose to cry over my destiny, but every morning I wake up and look for the miracles in my life and thank God for the little lights. The miracle is that I can stand."
By ANAV SILVERMAN
Pam Peled, Danit Shemesh and Tzippi Sha-ked look at percolating issues in Israel’s complicated social and religious fabric.
By THREE LADIES, THREE LATTES
The project is still growing, and the support it receives is the backbone for further success moving forward.
By MAYA PELLEG
Parents need to find a way to take the shame out of suicide, should the topic come up.
By TRACEY SHIPLEY,JUDITH POSNER
The Chesed Menachem Mendel program is open to Israelis of all religious and socio-economic backgrounds.
By ORIT ARFA
Exploring Keren Gefen, the nonprofit assisting the fertility-challenged bear the heavy burden through mind-body therapies – at no cost.
By WENDY ELLIMAN
We cannot force our kids to take a different path, but we can do two important things.
By TRACEY SHIPLEY
Gal Amitai follows the values and principles of his father Yaron, who was killed in 2006 in the Second Lebanon War.
By JOSH HASTEN
Three courageous bereaved mothers reveal their pain, their optimism and their indebtedness to OneFamily.
By TAL ARIEL AMIR
Bill has support from all parties in the Knesset.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Bill proposes eight days of paternity leave for fathers of newborns.
“A man who did so many great things for Israel should be pardoned,” Olmert’s brother says.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
"Nursing hour" to become "parenting hour" that either mom or dad can use to care for newborns.
"Sport is a bridge for peace. Mamanet will bring the peace," says founder and chairwoman of Israeli athletic league for moms.
By JULIE STEIGERWALD
Baking together with your family is one guaranteed way to boost morale, strengthen family bonds and create unforgettable memories.
By LES SAIDEL
'Post' reporter Ben Hartman reflects on day care safety precautions in light of the current security situation.
By BEN HARTMAN
Austria came in at first place, closely followed by Finland. Sweden, last year's winner, came in third. The United States came in at spot 25.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
New show: I’m on vacation, manage on your own
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
The joy of planting for future generations.
By RABBI JASON MILLER
Edward Hirsch’s elegy to his son is a poem deserving of longevity.
By ROBERT HIRSCHFIELD
After a few minutes of acting as a referee, I suggest that what I’ve just observed likely exemplifies what goes on at home, and sadly, what their children frequently experience.
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
After the sudden tragic death of their son, two American Jews find purpose in warning others of the danger of heat stroke.
We pass through this world as mere visitors, leaving behind material wealth, and taking nothing with us as we exit; Who we are is reflected in the deeds and values we leave behind for loved ones.
By DR. BATYA L. LUDMAN
There is a feeling of wholesome and enthused intent about the place and the people who live there.
By BARRY DAVIS
The new Israeli grandparent is still family-focused, but a lot more tech-savvy than ever before.
By ILANA SRAIER-PHILLIPS
In a poignant new book, Jerusalem writer Elliot Jager comes to grips with not having children.
By STEVE LINDE
Shashi Ishai, 60, from New Jersey to Netanya, 2009
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Festival with optional overnight stay in a beduin tent or camping is adventurous fun for the family.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Superstitions, unexplained phenomena, eerie energies – sometimes the desire to be scared is as much fun as it is freaky.
By PAUL SÁNCHEZ KEIGHLEY
We were in the middle of nowhere and a delightful sense of peace and calm settled over me. The feelings of loneliness and isolation seemed to evaporate.
By ROBERT HERSOWITZ
WHEN WELCOMING guests from out of town, for a successful visit both host and visitors need to be sensitive to the other’s needs.
Whatever you decide is best for your child, make sure you do due diligence.
How wonderful it is to live in a country that gathers up its poor and huddled masses who now can breathe free.
By PAMELA PELED
The art of getting away How busy moms can take time for themselves and recharge.
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
Millions of dollars are spent on treatment and incarceration of adolescents, in lieu of preventive treatment.
Without parental and family involvement in the process, progress is hampered and undoubtedly takes much longer.
I, for one, feel less and less connected with the harsh strictures of religion in this too-Holy Land, with its laws that seem ever more stringent.
As parents we can only hope that our children make good decisions and never suffer the consequences of bad ones.
Catching them from falling from the first floor is easy; catching them from falling from the eighth floor is next to impossible. Let them learn from their first falls.
Addiction is a family disease and, as such, affects everyone who has a relationship with the addict or alcoholic.
Pam Peled, Danit Shemesh and Tzippi Sha-ked looks at percolating issues in Israel’s complicated social and religious fabric.
Since extreme times call for extreme action, here’s a great option for the whole family.
By ITSIK MAROM
Beit Hatfutsot celebrates 20 years of a project that has had hundreds of thousands of youngsters researching their family trees.
Teens need to understand the extent to which their life is off kilter.
The writer is an American oleh who has just survived his third move within Karmiel in four years.
By PHILIP GOLD
The slain woman was encouraging her son to leave Raqqa, Syria with her, saying that they would soon be wiped out by air strikes.
Most people take their senses for granted, but for this little baby sight means finally being able to see his mom.
By OLIVIA FINE
La Park certainly serves to solidify Holon’s self-styled reputation as “The Children’s City.”
“We are the only store in the country, as far as I know, that allows women to try out pumps.”
The ‘escape room’ concept comes to the capital.
By JOANNA SHEBSON
Best things to do in the week to come.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The new ‘it’ vegetable of 2015.
For kids, there’s a bumper crop of films to choose from.
By HANNAH BROWN
Best outings to look out for in the week to come.
Getting away from it all makes you realize that you can never really get away from it all. Then again, it’s all relative.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
Zuroffas, they call him in Lithuanian, always pronounced with a sneer.
By BARBARA SOFER
In perspective, the Jewish people is in a better place than we’ve been for 2,000 years.
By YAEL ECKSTEIN
In Israel the day chosen was the day Henrietta Szold died, Rosh Hodesh Adar.
By HERB KEINON
"Locking the door, I always thought, was just a given."
We still have the original telegram, a precious family heirloom.
By STEPHEN GABRIEL ROSENBERG
Looking back on it, asking Yihye to pose with a baby was an act of cruelty. Of course, I didn’t know about her fertility problem. I had committed a serious misdeed without knowing it
Present-day choices echo deep into the future, and the failure to anticipate the ramifications of what we do today can result in a bitter harvest tomorrow.
By STEWART WEISS
Deaths in the family are tough to integrate: they throw things off kilter, they change patterns, they alter things, they upset the applecart.
According to the law, common-law couples are people who share a household, live together as a family, and have an emotional and economic relationship.
By AVIAD IGRA
Is Lior Lotan’s apology to the Mengistu family enough to keep him in his post?
By JEFF BARAK
“I talked to God; I said I didn’t know who my mother and father were, but that now the Holy One would have to be both my mother and my father."
As my second son is set to join the armed forces next month, I realize – again – that it is indeed important to be careful what you wish for.