06.27.2016 | 21 Sivan, 5776
Israel and Turkey set to announce normalized relations Monday
Israel blames Palestinians for West Bank water shortage
Shin Bet: East Jerusalem dentists arrested for bombing attack that wounded IDF officer
Herzog implies Israel should hold vote on two-state solution
Build inside settlement blocs, not beyond – Ross
Yeroham mayor: Schools may strike if government fails to keep ‘equality’ pledge
Culture minister blasts future Public Broadcasting Corporation
What do Israelis think about the prospect of longer weekends?
Herzog, Yacimovich unable to compromise on race date
Bayit Yehudi to start English events
‘Chariots of Fire’ conductor Harry Rabinowitz dies at 100
Culture and Sport Minister Miri Regev is on the war path
Heart of the city discovered at Tel Aviv’s InterContinental David
Seeing Russia through new eyes
Italy's Seppi subdues Israel's Sela in Wimbledon tuneup
Israeli track and field athletes still looking for Rio push
Sinai Says: Blatt’s NBA legacy takes a hit with Cavaliers’ championship after his ouster
Even in Jerusalem, Game 7 awakens strong emotions
Cisco Executive Chairman signs R&D MOU with Israel
TAU electromyographic ‘tattoo’ could let pollsters and media experts poll human emotions
Are Start-Up Nation’s ‘seven years of plenty’ coming to an end?
Uber harnessing popular support for ride-sharing against Katz
Sperm with fragile DNA can be sorted out to improve chances of pregnancy
Emotions give clues to behavior in baseball
Health scan: Lend me your ear
New desalination plant a 'mistake' or case of NIMBY syndrome?
Haifa ammonia production to be relocated– three years behind schedule
Summertime is here, but stay safe
New Israeli cannabis farmers continue to fight for growing license
TechCrunch Comes to Tel Aviv, hosts Meet-Up
Hackers and companies alike finding clever new ways to circumvent privacy
MIT magazine names Mobileye 6th most innovative company
The moral obligation to give charity
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
RIGHT FROM WRONG: How dare Europe applaud a blood-libeler?
THINK ABOUT IT: Shas vs the Reform Movement
Iraqi forces declare defeat of Islamic State in Falluja
High marijuana use a growing phenomenon in Iran
Turkish official: Regional security problem binds Israel and Turkey
Is airport planned for Israel-Jordan border clouding neighborly ties?
Iran regime trying to brush prostitution problems under the rug
Iranian commander threatens to make Bahrain’s royal family ‘disappear’
Iran claims it thwarts bombings in Tehran, other cities
Gaza-based pro-ISIS group urges Muslims on social media to donate for weapons
After Obama touts military gains, US officials warn campaign against ISIS could backfire
Analysis: ISIS leader al-Baghdadi is living on borrowed time
ISIS destroys Syrian satellite dishes in bid to ban 'un-Islamic' TV during Ramadan
As Israel becomes more nationalistic, liberal US Jews become more distant
Most French Jewish students want to leave, JAFI emissary says
SA organization pulls out of Hebrew U conference following BDS pressure
Sharansky to French Jews mulling aliya: Do it!
La révolution harédite
Riyad vs Téhéran
La bataille pour la droite s'annonce serrée
L'idéologie de " la monarchie de Judée "
Exclusive: For first time, Democrats to condemn BDS and recognize Palestinian right to self govern
Analysis: Trump, Clinton election to impact Israeli migrant dilemma
Tussle over Israel language in Democrats’ platform largely settled
Giuliani to 'Post': US is ready to vote for Trump if he doesn’t blow it
Star Catcher: Astrology for the week of June 24, 2016
Grapevine: Bursting out all over
Grapevine: Good Tuesday
The Tisch: Halla bookends
Podcast: From Tel Aviv, a story of hope for Orlando
Briefing: 'King Bibi' pulls it together, again
Podcast: The mystery of Tel Aviv’s Jane Doe alleys
Briefing: Liberman, Trump and fascism
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
A Jewish woman’s view
The Iran nuclear deal: One year on
Is BDS headed for defeat?
Striving for kedusha
Lerner in the Mirror
Setting the record straight
Bye bye banks
Veterans: A colorful life
Books: Evil innate
Books: Forever changed by tragedy
Hot off the Arab press
The law and the reality
Guess what? Jerusalem has a beer garden
This week in Jerusalem
Tiberias’s hidden heritage
The ground dance floor
More than a mustache
No place like home
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Vatican hits back at Turkey for calling pope 'crusader'
Songwriter Naomi Shemer’s "Jerusalem of Gold" foretold Six Day War victory
IFCJ funds flights for olim, seeks to attract 2,000 from 15 countries this summer
The Scholarship is from Canada, the Foresters from Israel
The Family Landau De Vries Park, a Forest Park in the Desert
KKL-JNF holds its 6th Latin American Leadership Conference
A Double Celebration of Shavuot and Metulla's 120th Anniversary
JNF South Africa Delegates Get in Touch with the Real Israel
Picking Cherries in the Desert at the Yatir Forest Cherry Festival
Czech prime minister plants tree in Jerusalem grove of nations
Greek President Plants Olive Tree in Jerusalem Grove of Nations
Italian Environment Minister Discovers Negev Agriculture
Kenyan President Plants an Olive Tree in Jerusalem
Planning a Sustainable Future through Water Sensitive Cities
Burnt Trees and Charred Earth in Jerusalem’s Arazim Valley
Hugging a Tree? Beware of the Pine Processionary Caterpillar!
Andrew Viterbi at a KKL-JNF Milan Gala Event
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
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
Learning to Conquer My Fears in a Sprinkler Park in Israel
The Israel guide to an EU Exit
The Donald and The Greatest
On The Fringes of Tolerance
First Hebrew city fulfilled prophecy of ‘I will build you up again, and you will be rebuilt.’
By BENJAMIN GLATT
Pere Marie-Benoit made a commitment to do all that he could to protect refugees.
A Jewish state will be ‘good for the world, good for the Jews and good for the British Empire,’ colonial-secretary said in 1921 visit.
Here, according to tradition, the very pregnant Virgin Mary sat down to rest on her way by donkey from Nazareth to Bethlehem – where she gave birth to Jesus.
By Gil Stern Stern ZOHAR
Francis Salvador and the Jews of South Carolina championed independence.
By BENJAMIN GLATT,BENJAMIN GLATT
God brings plagues on Egypt and promises to take nation out of bondage
Without the Jewish people and Judaism, Jesus wouldn’t have existed.
Ships called the ‘Queen Esther,’ the ‘Prophet Samuel’ and the ‘Shield of Abraham’ roamed the high seas.
The Polish government has already levied a censure against the academic after he said that the "Poles killed more Jews than Germans" during a October 2015 interview.
By DANIEL J. ROTH
Tewfik Boulenouar describes his awakening to the sacred in a place of evil, with the discovery of startling Jewish artifacts.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Final draft of General Data Protection Regulation to include a provision explicitly stating that Holocaust related archives will be exempt from restriction.
By SAM SOKOL
‘Jerusalem Post’ historian Alexander Zvielli recalls the auspicious debut of the paper’s first edition on December 1, 1932.
By ALEXANDER ZVIELLI
Diplomacy must probe and undo the region’s deterioration from cultural bridge to global powder keg.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
The Last Witnesses helps to counteract any lingering denials, and to keep the memory of the Shoah alive in Austria and around the world.
By BARRY DAVIS
Hebron Liberation Day celebrates a lesser-known story of freedom of worship.
By BEN BRESKY
Jerusalem is a fascinating spot; so many civilizations have crossed its path – mostly in not too gentle a manner.
How well do you know the Holy City? Test your knowledge.
By PEGGY CIDOR
He is a Holocaust survivor – a survivor of four camps, to be exact, each with a tale of its own.
By JONATHAN GORDON
A new Jerusalem Theater exhibition sheds light on the ‘Monk’s Farm’ – a little-known spot in Beit Hakerem whose history brings to life the capital’s own changes and tremors.
The struggle to keep Jerusalem’s treasures – its historic buildings – from being destroyed.
Yiddish is enjoying a revival, as many younger Jews are interested in familiarizing themselves with this aspect of their heritage, and would like to read the literature in the original.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Paul Margolis’s World War II reenactment photographs strike a chord.
Dr. Norbert Schwake is on a mission of one at Nazareth’s German military cemetery, a fascinating site that is rich in history but relatively unknown.
The lovingly delivered story of Holocaust survivor Leah Weisz, written by her Nepalese caretaker Lila Shubedi.
By LILA SHUBEDI
Anyone who knows anything about our history knows that anti-Semitism is Europe’s most pernicious disease. It is the red line that we must never, ever cross.
By FRANS TIMMERMANS
As the remaining Holocaust survivors dwindle in numbers how is it possible to keep the torch of memory burning and what will happen when there no survivors walking among us?
When your bus buddy is Esther Fairbloom
By EMMY GNAT
Founding ICC chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo talks about war crimes trials and trying to deter genocide: past, present and future.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
We will speak up – and act – against racism, against hate, against anti-Semitism, against mass atrocity, against injustice, and against the crime of crimes whose name we should shudder to mention.
By IRWIN COTLER
March of the Living chairman Shmuel Rosenman says the Holocaust will remain a key part of Jewish identity for centuries to come.
No details about the origin of the antiquities or their value was given by the government.
By BEN HARTMAN
In 1967, Israel captured east Jerusalem in 48 hours, but 49 years later true unity remains elusive.
By ABRAHAM RABINOVICH
Green glass produced in 1,600-year-old kilns during Late Roman Period.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The international prize, headquartered in Tel Aviv University, makes three annual awards of $1 million for outstanding scientific, technological, cultural or social achievements.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Democracy, tolerance, compromise–those are luxuries that maybe Israel can afford some years down the line.
By HAIM WATZMAN
The 100-year-old deal in which Europeans carved the Middle East between them was imperialism at its ugliest, but it is not the root of the region’s mayhem.
The deputy chief of staff was right to point to disturbing trends in today’s Israel.
By JOSHUA SOBOL
The Jewish people are in danger of forgetting that they are not owners of the land, but God’s guests.
By DAVID GREENSTEIN
A dilapidated archive tells the story of a once thriving Jewish community.
By JULIE MASIS
34 years after the start of the First Lebanon War, the most decisive victory in Israel Air Force history remains the standard in modern warfare.
By URI MILSTEIN
Although 70 years apart, two related pilots contribute to Israeli aviation history.
By JONATHAN EVERETT MASENG
By GLORIA MOUND
Despite international protest and the death of historian Robert Wistrich, the exhibition he curated showing the connection of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel will debut at the Knesset.
By LAURA KELLY
Photos from the Palestine Exploration Fund in the 19th and 20th centuries reveal a veritable wasteland.
By DOMINIC GREEN
A retrospective on the achievements and legacy of the prime minister.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
A memorable cruise that nearly wasn’t.
By IRVING SPITZ
Their country life is calm and happy; simple, disconnected from the fears and sorrows of daily conflicts of the modern world and modern politics.
By ‘THE ARCHIVE’
The history of Tel Aviv’s most iconic district as seen from my balcony.
By PAUL SÁNCHEZ KEIGHLEY
Author Aviya Kushner guides readers to appreciate how Hebrew speakers relate to the Bible
By BETH KISSILEFF
“The items were mostly selected based on their beauty. We tried various options, but even with the sacred artifacts of Italian Jewry, you see the aesthetics."
A central city challenges Eilat as a magnet for local and international tourism.
Photos documenting days of remembrance from our past.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The blue thread that runs through Jewish history.
“Just as people celebrate Passover, we want every person in Israel and Jews overseas to commemorate this day, by having an open discussion in their homes.”
By MAYA PELLEG
A new initiative to recreate Crusader life amid the ruins hopes to attract massive tourism to Acre.
By ORIT ARFA
The discovery was first made on Saturday, as construction workers prepared the ground for a shopping center.
While we are a generation that is Shoah-aware, we are also Shoah-ignorant.
By AHARON E. WEXLER
In a recent auction at Sotheby's London, a fascinating collection of some of the earliest photographs taken of the Holy Land sold for an awe-inspiring £1,000,000.
By OLIVIA FINE
For most of us it's pretty easy to remember past Presidents but not so easy to remember the person he won against. Take this quiz to find out how good your US elections memory is!
Ok, so he didn't actually live history, but using tech du jour 'Snapchat', he managed to put his face on some famous historic artifacts.
How German generals and diplomats, and a future pope, saved the Jews of Palestine during World War I.
Archaeologist believes remains are hidden behind wall; If proven, discovery could shed light on Ancient Egypt.
It is interesting to see what people in this region wrote to each other more than 1,000 years ago.
By RENÉE LEVINE MELAMMED
The strength of that connectedness can build states and topple evil empires, and it can transform each of us, wherever we may be.
By BARBARA SOFER
The 1960s, another world.
By CYRIL SHERER
We all know sadly how often Jews are hated in this world, but would you ever have dreamed how far they would go in distorting history?
By ISRAEL W. CHARNY
As the chief spokesman for the organization, he trumpeted the black separatist’s group’s extremist views – that which branded whites as “the devil” and called on blacks to take up arms if necessary.
By ARIEL ZILBER
In Hartman's eminently readable, constructively controversial and profoundly spiritual new book, Putting God Second, he promises in the subtitle to show “How to Save Religion from Itself.”
By Gil Stern Stern TROY
According to those who try to dismiss the supernatural aspect of this miracle, the Israelites crossed the sea at low tide and the pursuing Egyptians were drowned when the tide rose.
By ELI KAVON
The parallels with events today are striking.
By MOSHE DANN
Today’s Palestinian nationalism began as verbal camouflage in order to cover up classical Islam’s hostility to Jewish freedom that is as old as that religion.
By SHA’I BEN-TEKOA
Roosevelt should get credit for saving a lot more than 200,000.
By RAFAEL MEDOFF
Twenty years on, we have to ask ourselves how much and how well we’ve internalized what happened on November 4, 1995.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
We still have the original telegram, a precious family heirloom.
By STEPHEN GABRIEL ROSENBERG