Amid Hamas threats, it's business as usual for Israel's airport
IDF strikes 20 targets overnight, spokesperson says; Palestinians report multiple deaths, injuries as conflict continues.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Jewish learning among secular Israelis is the inspiration for an art exhibition in Tel Aviv.
By ARI MARRACHE
The rise and fall of the Chief Rabbinate and Benedict XVI
The election of Israel's chief rabbis would benefit greatly if it heeded the lessons from the papacy.
By NATHAN LOPES CARDOZO
Former US national security advisor: Don’t let Hamas participate in Palestinian elections
Samuel Berger says at Herzliya Conference as long as Hamas remains an armed terrorist organization it should not be allowed to run.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Olmert lawyers leave conference over former A-G speech
Two attorneys for former PM Olmert angrily leave legal conferenceafter verbally sparring with former Mazuz.
By GIL HOFFMAN AND JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Beinisch retires after 5 years as Supreme Court president
Asher Dan Grunis succeeds her; Arab justice slammed for not singing ‘Hatikva’ at ceremony.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN AND JERUSALEM POST STAFF
MKs praise, criticize Beinisch on final day
Left, Center MKs quick to praise outgoing Supreme Court president's accomplishments, while Right MKs criticize her bias.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
Du communisme à la Halakha, une révolution
Sous la plume de sa femme, le « tournement » de Benny Lévy vers le Dieu d’Israël, au cœur de son chemin de vie, trouve ici son éclairage sous forme de célébration
By KATHIE KRIEGEL
Signez, mariez-vous et soyez heureux
Pour éviter le problème du chantage au get, une association milite pour un contrat prénuptial halachique
By JEREMY SHARON
Searching for the middle ground between war and peace
The 50-day Operation Protective Edge has left a sour taste in the mouths of those who believe Israel can do whatever it wants through the strength of its will – be it cause war, or bring peace. Reality however is much more complicated.
By HERB KEINON