‘If it is not good for us, it is not good for the Jews in the Negev’
Haredi parties intent on entering coalition by start of Passover
Ya'alon: You don't have to be in intelligence to know that Iran is lying
Negotiating parties split on Likud push to increase number of ministers
First-ever effort between hospital and taxi company to ensure newborns are taken home safely
Jerusalem Municipality shuts down ‘filthy, rodent-infested’ butcher shop in Mahane Yehuda market
*New Worlds: The brain’s 3D compass*
*IQ is not enough – develop your EQ, too*
Eco Wave Power to establish its first Chinese power station
Watch: Technion students recreate Passover story with robots
Noble Energy walks away from Ruth C exploration license
Cyber Chief: 8% of ministry budgets should go to cyber security
Play it once again, Sam
Anti-Semitic fans pressure Hungarian rock band to cancel Israel concert
Concert review: IPO
Eytan’s Fox’s ‘Cupcakes’ opening in New York
Bruised yellow-and-blue looks ahead after Real blow
Israeli figure skater Bychenko places in world championships
Soccer: Israel trounced by Wales in key qualifier
Scuffling Maccabi must dig deep on road at group leader Real
Legislators, environmentalists gather for launch of Knesset solar rooftop field
Court to render verdict in Talansky retrial today
Israelis part of int’l observers monitoring Uzbekistan election
Meet the new MK: Zouheir Bahloul hopes to promote better relations between Jews, Arabs
Top Hamas engineer, tactician convicted in Beersheba court
Exclusive: In exchange for freed tax funds, PA won’t pursue Israel over settlements at ICC
Egyptian court convicts man and woman of spying for Israel
Abbas: Israeli-Palestinian relationship must change
US 'disappointed UN rights council continues to single out Israel’
Jewish Agency, IFCJ spar over Ukrainian immigration
Why are these South Africans wearing kippot?
Will or won't 'Borat' play Freddie Mercury in Queen biopic?
Limmud FSU marks Auschwitz liberation with emotional exhibition
Toulouse rabbi told to remove kippah at voting station
US says talks with Iran will go down to the wire
Egypt lists as terrorists top Muslim Brotherhood leader, 17 others from group
Officials: Iran indicating willingness to accept fewer centrifuges, ship out enriched uranium
Watch: Armed Houthi women threaten war against US, Saudi Arabia, Israel
Risk vs. reward: Saudis could become regional heavyweight, or serve to embolden Iran
Fundamentally Freund: Happy Land of Israel Day!
Detoxifying US-Israel relations
Letters to the editor
Right or wrong: Anti-Semitism or emasculation?
The blood libel Haggada
The turning point
Travel tech start-ups
On wings of carbon
Veterans: On target
Fusing modern and traditional in the kitchen
Book Review: Perceptive Haggada
Hot off the Arab press
On the field and in court
Happily Eva After: Times, they are a-interestin’
Music and the mamaloshen
What’s the catch?
Kayaking for gold on the Kinneret
Palestine – words matter but their meaning matters more
A nuclear deal with Iran – would it stick?
When words matter and when they don't
’מְלָגוֹת ‘צוּק אֵיתָן
כּוּלָם רוֹצִים לִחְיוֹת
יִשְׂרָאֵל בְּמַבָּט פָּנוֹרָמִי
Getting a young start
A culinary festival starring the women next door
Global girl power
Apartheid South Africa: Israel edition
Sa'ar says national unity government is 'still on the table'
Israeli parties prepare legislative demands for Netanyahu's new coalition
With full term possible, Netanyahu may outlast Ben-Gurion (and Obama)
Arab sector turnout for recent elections reached 63.5%, polling data shows
Joubran: Polls have to include parties that don’t pass threshold
Pope Francis pays tribute to Christians persecuted by ISIS during Palm Sunday mass
PHOTOS: Exercising the 'Right to Movement' at the Palestine Marathon
It’s hard to be a Christian in Israel, but not because of prejudice
Unconvincing ISIS video shows Assyrian captive converting to Islam
'Those who hate Jews hate Christians': A closer look at US Presidential hopeful Ted Cruz
Green Leadership Conference in Hamalachim-Shahariya Forest
Scenic Lookout in Memory of Lt-Gen. Amnon Lipkin Shahak
Following in the Footsteps of Meir Har-Zion
Celebrating the 100th Birthday Anniversary of Sculptor Ahiam Shoshany
French Students Get to Know the Real Israel
Serbian PM Plants a Tree in the Grove of Nations
Sharing and Learning - German Forestry Students Intern with KKL-JNF
Israel and Finland Connect through the Environment
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
JNF Ontario Community Mission Tours the Western Negev
Celebrating 50 Years of German-Israeli Diplomatic Relations
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
From Think Tank to Environmental Consultant
Award Winning Designer Launches Career as Wedding Dressmaker
Outdoor Fitness Israel: An Innovative Fitness Program Developed By UK Olim
The Burstein Brothers: 3 Oleh Siblings in the IDF
5 Tips to Land a Job in Israel
Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
5 Strategies for Finding Your Professional Place in Israel
PetBNB:An Olah’s Unusual Canine Startup
36 Hours in Southern Israel
Food Shopping In Israel
How Women Can Have it All in Israel
The Eisenberg’s Long Journey Home
Why Retirees are Thriving in Israel
Thanks to Aliyah video
6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
Starting Over in Israel
VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
Sovev Tel Aviv, Israel’s Largest Biking Event
Running Through Color
Formula 1 Racecars Zip Through Jerusalem
Make yourself at home… in Israel
NBN Announces Bonei Zion Prize Recipients for 2015
NefeshB’Nefesh Provides Services to Bnot Sherut
How Doctors Are Impacting Israel’s South
Over 1,000 IDF 'lone soldiers' attend personal errand day in Tel Aviv
03.30.2015 | 10 Nisan, 5775
Motion not in line with Berlin’s position, says Israeli Embassy official.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
More than $5 billion in aid raised for Palestinians following operation Protective Edge.
Palestinians still have many hoops to jump through before Israelis will be seen in the dock at the Hague.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
There were eight votes in favor, two votes against and five abstentions. Australia joined the United States in voting against the measure.
Acceptance was announced during a session of the ICC's 122-member organizational body at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Red Cross official says IDF and Hamas both guilty of violations in Gaza, but doesn’t say ‘war crimes.’
About 330 billion pounds worth of investments are required in order for the UK to reach its 2020 targets in the green economy sector.
By SHARON UDASIN
The initiative was launched by a Muslim American, Bassel Riche.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Saperstein was ushered into the Obama administration at a small ceremony at the State Department.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Prime Minister Manuel Valls excoriated the former minister from his party, Roland Dumas, for suggesting that Valls was under Jewish “influence” because his wife is Jewish.
Spielberg: We are once again facing the perennial demons of intolerance.
By SAM SOKOL
First religion, then race, now nation-state lenses used by haters of Jews, Dr. Charles Asher Small tells ‘Post.’
According to the ADL, more than half of Jewish Israeli teens have reported being attacked online because of their nationality.
Australian Ambassador Dave Sharma talks about what it’s like to work in the world’s most turbulent region and Israel’s standing in his home country.
By HERB KEINON
Le Hezbollah et le gouvernement argentin pointés du doigt après la mort du procureur chargé de l’affaire AMIA
By URIEL HEILMAN
Sur fond d’augmentation des attaques antisémites, les dirigeants mondiaux réaffirment leur engagement dans la lutte contre toute forme de racisme
By MAYA SHWAYDER
President Obama urgently needs to rethink his September 2014 assessment of Islamic State.
By DAVID SINGER
Despite the fact that death is not a deterrent for Islamic radicals, there are certain deterrents that can bring them to their knees and end or significantly diminish their barbarism.
By TAWFIK HAMID
I would suggest President Obama could better lay focus on the regions that are the centers of religious tolerance today.
By JAGDISH N SINGH
How the gender gap is playing out in Jerusalem’s public life.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Was this year’s International Book Fair, held in new, multiple locations and with different programming, a success?
The media consensus appears to be that a deal is indeed in the offing.
Released transcripts reveal Andreas Lubitz urging captain to go on bathroom break, hand over controls of cockpit.
With or without nuclear weapons, the dramatic developments in Yemen and the soft and insufficient response of the US, EU pave the way for Iran to become a regional superpower.
By YOSSI MELMAN
The success of Singapore’s founder, who died this week, challenges Western political axioms and carries implications for a turbulent Middle East.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Germanwings has confirmed its flight 4U 9525 from Barcelona to Duesseldorf went down with 144 passengers and six crew on board.
By HERB KEINON,REUTERS
Russian leader, who has not been seen in public or on live television broadcasts for more than a week, postponed a meeting with Kazakh and Belarussian leaders last week.
The reports quoted a Secret Service spokesman as saying a food vendor cart had caught fire nearby.
Senator takes overt swipes at senior administration officials involved in negotiations.
US President talks exclusively to Reuters at White House.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott gave an address to the nation about security during which he offered pointed criticism of Islamic leaders and their attitudes toward extremism.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Arson investigators with the Houston Fire Department were working to pinpoint the cause of the blaze, but no official determination has been made, fire officials said.
British and US bombers killed up to 25,000 when they raided Dresden between Feb. 13 and 15 1945 in a bid to crush German morale in the final months of World War Two.
On Thursday, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan criticized Obama for his silence following the killings.
State prosecutor Gerardo Pollicita will take on the case after mysterious murder of Alberto Nisman.
US attorney says murder of three Muslim students was not linked to religion-based motives.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
A 46-year-old man identified by police as Craig Stephen Hicks allegedly gunned them down.
The issue came to the fore in recent months after a botched execution of an inmate, Clayton Lockett.
At least 11 people were killed and up to 19 were missing after a Taiwanese TransAsia Airways plane with 58 passengers and crew on board crashed into a river.
Nisman claimed last week that President Fernandez opened a secret back channel to Iran to cover up Tehran's alleged involvement in the bombing.
In an attempt to make educational books more friendly to practicing Jews and Muslims, Oxford University Press publishers are banning any mention of pigs, bacon, or sausage in their youth books.
From now on, Europe will no longer choose between the two versions of nihilism that are Islamism and populism.
By BERNARD-HENRI LÉVY
"We are still trying to find the cockpit voice recorder," head of the search and rescue agency says.
Security forces on the highest alert for the event, which will be attended by about 40 heads of state and government.
Report: the hostage taker said he belonged to ISIS and his female accomplice is still on the run, according to CNN.
Police source says the two suspects had been sighted in the town.
Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501 vanished from radar screens on Dec. 28, less than half way into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
Speaking after gunmen killed 12 people in an assault on a French satirical newspaper, MI5 boss Andrew Parker warned a strike on the United Kingdom was highly likely.
Flight QZ8501 vanished from radar screens over the northern Java Sea on Dec. 28, less than half-way into a two-hour flight from Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya to Singapore.
Aviation experts believe fuselage may be easily found as aircraft probably only broke up when it hit water.
Indonesia AirAsia's Flight QZ8501, an Airbus A320-200, lost contact with air traffic control early on Sunday during bad weather on a flight from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore.
For two days rescuers have been unable to locate wreckage from the AirAsia Flight QZ8501, an Airbus A320 that was built in 2008 and last serviced in November.
An Airbus AIR.PA A320-200 carrying 162 people and operated by Indonesia AirAsia disappeared in poor weather on Sunday morning during a flight from the Indonesian city of Surabaya to Singapore.
Indonesian media says 149 Indonesians, 3 people from Korea, and 1 from Singapore, Britain and Malaysia were on board flight that lost contact with air traffic control.
Blacklisting does exist in the travel industry, and does not necessarily require a physical list.
By MARK FELDMAN
Although it faces many internal disputes, for tourists, Turkey is a choice destination
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
A look back at some of the top world news events that shaped the past year, and will lead us into 2015.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Cuba arrested Gross in 2009, and later convicted the USAID subcontractor to 15 years in prison for importing banned technology, trying to establish clandestine internet service for Cuban Jews.
Austrian government sets to toughen regulation on funding by Muslim organizations, hopes to keep schools free of jihadi influence and recruitment.
Sky News reported on Monday that there are fears the assailant has planted four bombs on the premises.
Medics moved in and took away five injured people on stretchers; hostage-taker was among those killed.
Obama says no more torture on his watch, McConnell: Techniques helped get Bin Laden.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,MICHAEL WILNER
Arab-backed resolution gains 161 yes-votes.
Israel was among the first countries to recognize the Central Asian secular Muslim state soon after it declared independence in 1991 following the fall of the Soviet Union.
This is the second world scientific conference that the ministry is organizing with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Terror threat to Israelis in Africa has risen, travel advisory says.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Samuel Eto’o was awarded the European Medal of Tolerance from the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation (ECTR), for his work combating racism.
By MOSHE ARENSTEIN
Winners will be announced on Tuesday morning.
Despite Kosovo’s open admiration for Israel, Palestinian unilateralism and ties with Russia and Serbia make recognition of the Balkan state difficult for Jerusalem.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,ILAN EVYATAR
AIPAC supports Netanyahu's position on Iran, where he stands in opposition to Obama and his quest for a comprehensive nuclear accord on America's terms.
OurCrowd founder Jonathan Medved talks about million-dollar investments, success at any age and the need to integrate women more into tech.
By FELICE FRIEDSON/THE MEDIA LINE
The idea for the study surfaced when Dr. de Vries was asked to treat two POI patients, daughters of two sets of Israeli-Arab parents who were related to each other.
Israel buys 40% of its oil from Azerbaijan.
The Harry Potter actress has done it again by taking Davos by storm with her pro-gender equality speech.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Former president said that the results of the upcoming election would determine whether or not the moribund peace process could break out of its stalemate.
By NIV ELIS
Widow of Paris kosher supermarket victim eulogizes husband.
Country below average in online banking, online government services.
Palestinians hailed the unanimous decision by the organizational body of 122 nation in New York to grant as an important step in achieving their final goal of formal membership.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,HERB KEINON
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Ika Chocolate, is a three-year-old boutique confectionery headquartered in Tel Aviv.
By AMY SPIRO
A leadership forum at the Christian-focused Magdala Center attempts to catalyze change and offer reconciliation for the thousands caught up in Israel’s sex industry.
By ARIEL COHEN
Israel leads by example at the 59th UN Commission on the Status of Women.
By STEPHANIE GRANOT
The first ever ‘Diplocoffee’ gathers ambassadors to Israel to promote their countries’ strong stuff.
By DEBI LERNER-RUBIN
The first International Yiddish Festival is the latest addition to the thriving Yiddish scene.
By BARRY DAVIS
The Jordan Valley Kayak Sprint Club revives the tradition of training an international cadre of paddling champs.
By ORIT ARFA
Sweden’s energetic minister for foreign affairs is learning the hard way a few basic facts about the Middle East.
By ZVI MAZEL
France has led a hard line on the negotiations for a while. Lately, it seems that Paris has succeeded in aligning the other two European partners to its position.
By RINA BASSIST
8 tourist were killed in an apparent terrorist attack in Tunisia, two assailants surrounded in nearby museum.
The battle in Tikrit between IS militants and Iraqi security forces reduces the once lavish shrine to rubble.
Expert sees Salman’s son and new defense minister, who has headed the crown prince’s court, as the key player to watch.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
IFJ official to ‘Post’: In the long term, we are going to see fewer journalists getting into these tough stories and war reporting.
It’s also nothing like the rest of Florida; it’s a little like noting that Manhattan is part of New York.
By STACEY MORRIS
This is just the time to indulge your craving for chocolate.
By LES SAIDEL
A fabulous hotel, excellent food and wine and friendly people.
By AVI HOFMANN
Astrology for the week of December 19, 2014.
By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE
Pop a cork for 2015.
By NERIA BARR
TIP FOR THE WEEK: Good week for asking questions, collecting information and formulating your next move.