Police officer wounded in stabbing attack at Jerusalem's Damascus Gate
Settler leader: Herzog would have more global backing than Netanyahu to fight terror
'She reminds me of my son,' Nasrallah tells bereaved father of Palestinian female terrorist
Gazan responsible for murder of Italian activist killed fighting alongside ISIS
Fifteen thousand Israeli Arabs gather to protest Israel's ban on Islamic Movement
Ariel tells Bennett to set red lines for staying in Netanyahu coalition
Municipality apologizes to Oren for misquoting him on Obama's 'radical Islamic values'
Liberman: Israel is the largest financial backer of Palestinian terror
United Arab Emirates: Israel mission not sign of changed relations
Comedy for Koby takes spotlight from Seinfeld
Fleeing BDS, Belgian stage director brings a taste of Sex and the City to TA
Dudu Tasa’s roots revisited
Winner of Holocaust survivors' beauty contest: The Jew will never disappear from the world
Basketball: Late run secures Jerusalem's dramatic win at Hapoel Tel Aviv
Soccer: Beersheba back on track with easy win
Hapoel Beersheba looks to stop the bleeding
Maccabi TA in Spain playing for Euroleague life
Thousands 'demonstrate for life’ at wedding of terrorism victim’s daughter
The international Shabbat Project involved more than a million Jews in 84 countries
Three killed, 9 injured in attack on Colorado abortion clinic
NYC to fund security guards for Jewish schools
Mastermind of Paris terror onslaught planned to hit Jewish targets
Remembering Holocaust eased Cuba imprisonment, US contractor Gross says
New phone app 'Israel's Nightmare' educates users on Iranian missile capabilities
Analysis: How Iran exploits ISIS to wage terror
IN PICTURES: Thousands of Iranian soldiers stage mock siege of Temple Mount
Russia's Putin due to meet Khamenei, Rouhani in Iran
Paris attacks ignite resurgence in nationalism not seen since WWII
France, Russia eyeing united front against ISIS
Despite ISIS threats of attack, New York prepares for Thanksgiving parade
Obama to Putin: 'Direct your focus on tackling ISIS'
Analysis: Preventing World War Three in Syria between Turkey and Russia
GOP hopeful Carson meets Syrian refugees in Jordan, but opposes them coming to US
Putin imposes sanctions, says country 'fully mobilized' to tackle threats from Turkey
Health Scan: When donor gets a good sleep, stem-cell transplant goes better
New Worlds: Information on dangers creates indifference
The ABCs of ENT
Woman accused of unlicensed cosmetic injections
Israel's Leviathan, Egypt's Dolphinus to negotiate gas export deal
Budget funds found for rabies vaccines, botanical gardens
Experts: Israel could still export natural gas to Egypt
Economic Affairs Committee session heats up over gas debate
Israeli e-commerce works around Israel Post as Black Friday demand spikes
Israeli start-up AudioBurst wants to be the Google of radio
Tech talk: Get in the Ring
Six US-Israeli energy projects to receive $5.1m in funding
Meet Leem Lubany, the Israeli Arab beauty turning heads in Hollywood
Why did Hollywood actress America Ferrera want to convert to Judaism, have a bat mitzva?
Grapevine: Four-footed friends
Lone soldiers from North America attend Thanksgiving dinner in Tel Aviv
This week in 60 seconds: Who woke up the Russian bear?
Jerusalem Post Editorial: Paper, rock, scissors
A non-egalitarian case for ‘rabbot’
Why religion makes some act better and enables others to wreak mayhem
Jerusalem Post Letters to the Editor: Empty chairs
To be (Muslim) or not to be?
Parshat Toldot: After despair
A heartbreak novel
Internet of everything
On the margin
Books: A primer for every palate
Books: Grappling with childlessness
Tour Israel: No-hike outing
Neighborhood Watch: Downtown Jerusalem coming into its own
Life, Life, Life: The newest grief
City Health: Young smokers? Ho hum, but the IDF is concerned
Corridors of Power: War time
The newest grief
‘If it’s good enough for me, it’s good enough for the museum’
Blues from the roots, in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem by way of LA
Changing the view
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: בְּגַנִי נְטַעְתִיךָ
מוֹפָע חָדָש: אִינְסָאנִיָה
סְטְרִיט וַייְז הִיבְּרוּ
The power of education
At the crossroads
Going with the Romanian flow
Will the USA Fall As Rome 700 Years Earlier?
Turkey-Russia Spat: What goes around....
If the region was not already unstable enough . . .
Orthodoxy, Truth, and Half-Belief
A trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau and Krakow
Where Future Leaders Learn
Historical Agreement Signed Between KKL-JNF and the State of Israel
JNF Canada Dedicates New Bike Path with Gilad Shalit
Ben Gurion Accessible Park in Dimona
Furrows in the Desert in Turkana, Kenya
Portugal Entomologists Tour the Negev with KKL-JNF
Mississippi Governor plants a tree in Israel
Honduras President Plants Tree in Jerusalem
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
Agriculture Festival at Hula Lake Park
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
JNF Canada Negev Dinner 2015 in Toronto
KKL France Mission Parts from Israel by Planting Trees
Got Water Problems?
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
11.29.2015 | 17 Kislev, 5776
Jpost Holy Land: More than 30 years of excavations have unearthed a Phoenician city that was extremely prosperous and indeed truly cosmopolitan.
By PROF. AYELET GILBOA
The area remained heavily Jewish until the middle of the 20th century, when the majority of Morocco’s Jews left for Israel.
More than 200,000 people were held in the Dachau concentration camp when US troops liberated it on April 29, 1945.
Previous recorded date "distorted historical reality," with inaccuracy of nearly four years.
‘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
Amateurs d’archéologie, la ville antique romaine se doit de figurer sur votre itinéraire
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
A quelques pas de la vieille ville, Mamilla raconte une incroyable histoire de destruction, de division, de réunification et de renouveau
By AVIVA BAR-AM
Shmouel Matza était membre de l’Irgoun. Son nom est gravé dans l’histoire de la lutte pour Jérusalem. Et sur les murs de la prison du Kishle
By DAVID STROMBERG
Après un très pénible voyage depuis l’Iran, les immigrants juifs se sont vus confrontés à de nouvelles difficultés à leur arrivée
Pakistan has played a pivotal role in determining the outcome of the current crisis in Yemen.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Israel’s right to exist is the right of the Jewish people - and does not require America, Iran or anyone else to give approval on that right.
By RONN TOROSSIAN
Paul Margolis’s World War II reenactment photographs strike a chord.
By BARRY DAVIS
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.
By GIL ZOHAR
The lovingly delivered story of Holocaust survivor Leah Weisz, written by her Nepalese caretaker Lila Shubedi.
By LILA SHUBEDI
Allegro had no problem financing his excavation, which was under the auspices of Britain’s Daily Mail tabloid newspaper, and Jordan provided workers and transportation.
Next time you pass these gems that dot the city, stop and take a closer look.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Just outside the Old City lies a tale of destruction, division, unification and renewal.
David and Frieda Macarov recall spending Passover amid the birth of the Jewish state.
By DAVID GEFFEN
Georg Elser crafted a nearly-perfect plan which, had it not been for chance and timing, could have brought about Hitler's demise.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Promising basketball star falls in 1973 Kippur War.
By ALLON SINAI
Diplomat was envoy to France and US, advised Begin.
Man’s inhumanity to man has been and continues to be demonstrated on a regular basis around the globe.
By PAUL ALSTER
The potential strike will protest 140 layoffs from Israel Chemicals' (ICL) Bromine Compound plant.
By NIV ELIS
Ahituv is a past head of the bible, archeology and ancient near eastern studies department and was the founder of the BGU Press.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Hebrew University professor to be awarded prize largely regarded as the state's highest honor.
New book: It’s the Same Moon: An Odyssey to Vietnam
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
The story of impoverished and maligned newcomers who rose within a generation into the ranks of the middle class provides a fascinating case study.
By JANICE WEIZMAN
All you ever wanted to know, and even more, about the US president's relationship with the Jews.
By MATT NESVISKY
Armenians remain traumatized not only because of the annihilation of their kin 100 years ago, but also by Turkey’s steadfast denial of the genocide.
By ANDREW FRIEDMAN
An exhibition at Jerusalem’s Bible Lands Museum reveals a story never told before of 100 years of the Babylonian exile.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
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
A week after reeling from the surprise Arab attack on Yom Kippur 1973, the IDF musters its own surprise; a daring plunge through the heart of the Egyptian army and the crossing the Suez Canal.
By ABRAHAM RABINOVICH
A journey to the Russian town of Saratov to find the house in which Rahel the Poetess grew up.
By MORDECHAI HAIMOVITCH
The attacks on Michael Oren have been vicious and personal, but "almost nobody is taking down the book," he tells ‘The Jerusalem Post.’
By ELLIOT JAGER
Taking part in a seminal moment in Israeli history, Operation Entebbe veterans Sorin Hershko and Shai Gross reminisce about those fateful days, and their enduring friendship.
By YOAV SCHWARTZ,ASAF FINKELSTEIN
As the US ushers in the Fourth of July holiday, the ‘Magazine’ sits down with Dan Nadel and Max Epstein – American Jews who served in World War II.
Future prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, following Ben-Gurion’s order, instructed an underling to fire the so-called “Holy Cannon,” which ignited the Altalena in flames.
By JOANNA M. SAIDEL
Adam Rovner’s analysis and travelogue of six failed Jewish settlements before the State of Israel’s establishment shows how tough it is to build a Jerusalem outside the Holy Land.
A new book looks at Yugoslavia in the Holocaust and the long struggle by historians to provide a full account of what happened.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
A look at Europe’s moral bankruptcy from 1918 to 1942 sheds light on the renewal of anti-Semitism today.
The tome’s official title is The Lieberman Open Orthodox Haggadah (The Orlofsky Edition), making clear what you will discover in its pages.
Abraham Lincoln’s support for the 150,000 Jews in his America transcended religious and ideological differences.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
The Jezreel Valley has the unique distinction of being the setting of biblical and modern history.
By MEITAL SHARABI
A new book presents the hunt for the Jewish underground during the British Mandate as a game of cat and mouse.
Two ancient ballista balls were left by an anonymous robber in a bag in the courtyard of the Museum of Islamic and Near Eastern Cultures.
The remains at Tel Lachish reveal the battles for the city and some secrets about life there.
With her play ‘An Unfortunate Man,’ director Emilia Ruth Cohen hopes to make us take note of the lessons of history – and the perils of war.
Up until the mid-1980s, Bauhaus-style buildings could be torn down and turned into new developments.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
A short drive is long on forgotten buildings from Ottoman-era Palestine.
Almost 100 years ago, the Sykes-Picot Agreement carved out the modern Middle East; Is stage two in the works?
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Turkish professor says that the Jews are destroying the entire world as they search for the ark containing the ten commandments.
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
Historian Eliyahu Ashtor has unearthed some information on medieval Spanish poets.
The ship may have sunk while bringing raw materials from France to a factory making wine bottles.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Perhaps a greater understanding of our history of dissent from one another can foster a greater understanding of where we stand today.
By AHARON E. WEXLER
This society had very strict rules and procedures.
The Carmelites exploited a variety of plants and animals for food, tool-manufacturing and building materials.
By MINA WEINSTEIN-EVRON
The sirens that echo on Yom Hashoah through the streets of Israel echo through the collective Jewish heart across the world.
By JUSTIN AMLER
Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau explains why he participates every year in the March of the Living and what it means to remember and not forget.
Reflections on the March of the Living.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
When we look around the world today we see that our work is not yet done, says Dr. Shmuel Rosenman.
Greetings from Phyllis Greenberg Heiderman, Chair of the March of the Living International Advisory Board
By PHYLLIS GREENBERG HEIDEMAN
Want to know what life was like in the Old City during the time of the Romans?
By JOANNA SHEBSON
Researchers were alarmed when they noticed unusually high levels of deterioration in the skeleton of woman buried in a tomb along the Nile river.
The Mahaneh Yehuda market, established at the end of the 19th century, is the heart of Jerusalem and an important site in modern Jerusalem history.
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
Those who actually read the studies, however, can find sentences such as “no significant differences in employment have been found between those who studied three, four and five units of math.
By LIAT BEN-DAVID
Matt Rees and the late Yehuda Avner ask the question: What could have happened if Israel was established in 1938?
By DAVID BRINN