Netanyahu could be disqualified from Likud leadership race
High Court of Justice says rabbinical court can annul conversions retroactively
Bennett rails against Palestinian statehood amid heckling
Israel severely rebuked, as PM warns 'spirit of appeasement' blowing through Europe
'We have weak civil servants'
Health funds took in 9% more from supplementary health insurance in 2013
Ministry axes costly safe-sex video clip
Treasury will give financially bleeding state hospitals another NIS 150 million
Tech Talk: Haredim in hi-tech
Watch out! You are being followed in the supermarket
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv among 14 cities to receive Bloomberg grants
Israel's Energiya to build solar field in Georgia
Cooking with a kosher soul
Remains of 8,000-year-old olive oil found in Lower Galilee
Grapevine: Being careful of what we wish for
A Thin, Blue, Oleh line – police volunteer enlistment drive for Olim launched in Tel Aviv
FC Barcelona to cut ties with terror financier Qatar, Israeli TV reports
Pe’er and Glushko clash in Ra’anana final once more
Leader K8 aims to distance itself from pack
Maccabi Tel Aviv enters Top 16 Euroleague on a roll
Tekuma central committee to choose running partner Saturday night
Post/Maariv Hashavua’ poll: Likud could finish in third place
Reform leader to run in Labor primary
Former prime ministerial advisers lead aspiring Labor newcomers
Tekuma defers decision on split from Bayit Yehudi to rabbis
IDF aircraft strike Gaza following earlier rocket fire
PHOTO GALLERY: Palestinians clash with Israeli forces in West Bank
Gaza rocket explodes in southern Israel, no injuries
Analysis: Kerry may not want Netanyahu back as premier, but Abbas sure does
Analysis: Israel only one of many players in Palestinian state bid
For Cuban Jews in US, rapprochement with Castro regime cause for concern
Sydney menorah lighting canceled following deadly hostage siege
Dozens of Israelis fighting in Ukraine, rebel leader claims
Cuban Jews want close ties with US brethren
Hanukka: The diaspora mindset
Analysis: Iran's support for Syria tested by oil price drop
Former head of Saudi religious police a bold feminist?
Iran honoring nuclear deal with Western powers, IAEA report shows
WATCH: Palestinians stage pro-Hamas rally on Temple Mount
Report: Hezbollah tries Mossad informant who foiled 5 attacks against Israelis
Harvard’s president stops an anti-Israel boycott against SodaStream
Opinion: The US is no longer in Israel’s pocket
Know Comment: International condemnations - Nu, so what!
From autonomy to sovereignty: The Oslo Agreements and Palestinian statehood
Better energy: Eight goals for the next energy minister
The last war but one
Why Fitch’s A+ gets a D
A love song for Jerusalem, sung in two genders
Grapevine: An international ‘Marriage’
This Week in Jerusalem: Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs
View from the hill
Three Ladies, Three Lattes: Shabbat peace
Happily Eva After: The one in which I acted the turkey
Where the blind lead the sighted
Grapevine: Celebrating in sign
Campaign jockeying reveals growing cracks in haredi walls
Turkey and the Islamic State
Abandoning the diplomatic battlefield to our enemies
Ignoring strategic reality
A song for Kislev: 'Sea of Sheaves'
שְתִיקָתוֹ שֶל בָּרוּך
שָרִים מִקוֹל הַלֵב
The miraculous oil of the olive
‘The peace process is like rock and roll – it is never going to die’
A smiling survivor
La droite s'effrite
L'union fait la force
Hanin Zoabi persiste et signe
La conférence du JPost
L'Andalousie séfarade, sur le chemin du retour
La cuisine juive dans l'espace et le temps
Les bougies de Safed
Transmuer la terreur en lumière
Autopsie d'une fuite de pétrole
L’éléphant blanc de Tel-Aviv
La violence dans les communautés juives orthodoxes : venir à bout du tabou
Affaires de femmes ?
Comment Abbas tire avantage de la mort d’Abou Ein
Frappes en Syrie, Damas accuse Tsahal
Al-Sissi n’est pas Moubarak
Le temps joue en faveur de Téhéran
Ciblés parce que juifs
Procès Lee Zeitouni : suite et fin
Peu d’espoir pour Pollard
Le prochain bras de fer entre Israël et les Etats-Unis
Government halts Christmas Day conversions in India
Jewish influence on Christmas music
Hijabs, kippot and Santa hats: The Haifa Festival of Festivals
Netanyahu commiserates with persecuted Christians
Iraqi Priest calls on Obama to step up fight against ISIS
The Moshav Movement Honors KKL-JNF
KKL-JNF at the Diplomatic Conference
New Bike Single in Lahav Forest in the Negev
40,000 Cranes at the Winter Bird Festival
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
KKL-JNF Experts Visit China for Future Environmental Collaborations
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
Nigerian Forestry Delegation Sees KKL-JNF Desert Afforestation First-hand
In his Footsteps: Heritage Excursions in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
JNF USA Doctors Mission Connects to a Healthy Israel
KKL Brazil Holds Annual Gala Dinner in São Paulo
JNF Toronto Negev Dinner 2014 Honors Dr. Max Glassman
Israel Today and Tomorrow: KKL France Mission Visits Israel
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
12.20.2014 | 28 Kislev, 5775
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.’
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Riyad Mansour: Translate will to make two-state solution a reality.
By MAYA SHWAYDER
The EU pledged €450 million to rebuilding Gaza out of a total $5.4 billion promised by participants in the donor conference in Cairo last month.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Allegations based on reports that Fatah-affiliated armed groups fired rockets on Israel from Gaza during summer's war.
Report says some IDF attacks on homes indicate possible ‘war crimes’; NGO Monitor questions reliability of some figures, which ‘essentially come from Hamas.’
Human Rights Committee holding periodic review of Israel’s compliance with International Covenant on Civil, Political Rights.
Initial statements by the UNHRC indicated it would make accusations of war crimes against Israeli soldiers, commanders and possibly against civilian-leaders.
The Foreign Office has told Israeli and Palestinian leaders that they have to consider “bold moves” to secure a breakthrough.
By JERRY LEWIS
New Swedish government stirred controversy when it announced it will recognize the state of Palestine.
By HERB KEINON
It’s our short-term memory that skews our perception.
By AARON KATSMAN
Whether it be comedy or drama, at 83, the revered Oscar-winning director has left many seminal films, plays and television series in his wake.
By NOA AMOUYAL
If need be, Ukrainian chief rabbi says he’ll call on president to sack interior minister over appointment.
By SAM SOKOL
Celebrities show their support for the Israeli Defense Forces at a gala in Los Angeles.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Many in the west fear that Russia hopes to create another frozen conflict in Donbas to exert pressure over Kiev to mitigate its turn to the west.
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.
Chaque année, le 7e art s’invite à Haïfa pour un festival international, à l’occasion de Souccot
By HÉLÈNE SCHOUMANN
Sergio Britva may have won gold at the World Masters Weightlifting Championships, but he doesn’t receive enough funding to focus solely on his sport.
By ALLON SINAI
Haruki Murakami’s Hebrew translator will take the stage at Japanese Culture Week.
By BARRY DAVIS
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.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
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.
Demand to outlaw covering gains traction nationwide.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Israeli official cites "sunset clause" in proposed comprehensive deal, which guarantees Iran a path into the nuclear club and may corner Israel into war.
By MICHAEL WILNER
US, Iran are reportedly discussing new ideas aimed at breaking the nuclear impasse between Tehran, P5+1.
Diab was arrested by Canadian police in 2008 but was released and lived under judicial supervision, according to his lawyer.
Israeli officials preparing to renew threats over use of unilateral military force against Iran should they disapprove of an agreement.
Video of successful test flight to soon be released.
Evidence shows links between the Lebanon-based group and criminal organizations in South America.
Peres will also undertake a mission of public diplomacy to explain Israel’s case to the Indian media.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Request made to compel an alleged terrorist and his wife to testify in the blockbuster terrorism-financing case.
Police in Lima previous confirmed arrest of man that they suspected of having links to an unnamed "international terrorist organization."
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
'Resolution for the Endorsement of Boycott of Israeli Academic Institutions' falls short of winning majority.
Thierry Leyne, a banker who held dual French and Israeli citizenship, reportedly leapt to his death from his 23rd-floor luxury apartment in central Tel Aviv. He was 48 years old.
An unnamed Israeli businessman reportedly donated his private plane to fly the injured back to Israel.
By HERB KEINON,JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH,REUTERS
Kuwaiti newspaper claims Islamic Republic ordered attack on Israeli soldiers on Tuesday following explosion at an Iranian nuclear compound which was carried out by a "foreign state."
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
After blast, Israel Defense website publishes photographs of Iranian military site reportedly used for trials on nuclear missile fuses.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Country below average in online banking, online government services.
By NIV ELIS
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
Like moving an object from one bullet to another, says mission manager; Suggested 25 years ago by TAU scientist, colleagues.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Findings "offer definitive answers" regarding scientific controversies about brain anatomy in autism research.
The world-famous musical ‘Cats’ is coming to Tel Aviv.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
Shalo-um chan, the embassy's parrot mascot, makes a special guest appearance in the show.
By ELIA BERGER
“I’m glad folks think I look different,” the star told People Magazine.
By JORDYN SCHWERSKY
A total of seven Israelis landed in Israel in the early hours of Sunday morning from Nepal to receive continued treatment.
By BEN HARTMAN,REUTERS
Prof. Avi Rivkind knew from his medical books what to do when he arrived at the American hospital in Kathmandu.
Deadly virus has claimed the lives of more than 4,490 people worldwide, says WHO.
Mirenka Cechova assumes the persona of Anne Frank at the Fringe festival.
Barkat says some 300,000 people were expected to view the Formula Road Show on Monday and Tuesday.
Festival to serve as inaugural event for annual weekly series in capital celebrating cultures throughout the globe.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Shatilov qualified for the All-Around final which will take place on Thursday.
Living simply, a nice Midwestern boy comes of age in Tel Aviv.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Talkitt allows individuals with speech impediments to communicate easily, and be understood for the first time.
By LAUREN SIRT
Alfredo Neuberger feels no need to learn Hebrew, enjoying his time in Israel in Spanish and English.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
A biased and clichéd account of the momentous 1978 meeting between Anwar Sadat, Menachem Begin and Jimmy Carter.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East.
By COMPILED BY THE MEDIA LINE
Since 1984, when Germany’s foreign minister engaged Iran in ‘critical dialogue,’ the policy of ‘change through trade’ has informed Europe’s interactions with the Middle Eastern country.
The ‘Magazine’ sits down with Anne Applebaum, acclaimed journalist, historian of Eastern Europe, who warns: "The invasion of Ukraine was an operation planned a long time ago."
By ANYA ZHURAVEL SEGAL
Hillel Fuld, a respected blogger and chief marketing officer of the Jerusalem-based Zula mobile app, is passionate about helping the tech ecosystem thrive in the Holy City, and Israel at large.
By PATRICIA CARMEL
Australian volunteer Denis Rohan succeeded in setting fire to al-Aksa Mosque on August
21, 1969, and fleeing Jerusalem.
By ABRAHAM RABINOVICH
Honoring Naomi Stuchiner, Beit Issie Shapiro’s founding president.
By ILANA JOSELOWITZ
Our emphasis needs to shift from the one-time big talk to a continuous conversation.
By TRACEY SHIPLEY,JUDITH POSNER
Tip for the week: By pacing yourself this week, you will soon discover that, not only will you get everything done on time, but that you enjoy the result you have created.
By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE
Pango partners with local authorities to provide a variety of services for drivers.
Israeli official tells ‘Post’: More discussions preferable to a bad November deal.
Pakistani teen and Indian children's right activist win the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize for their struggle against suppression of children and fight for the right of all children to education.
Astrology for the week of December 19, 2014.
Pop a cork for 2015.
By NERIA BARR
TIP FOR THE WEEK: Good week for asking questions, collecting information and formulating your next move.
Discussions are underway between Egypt, Disney International to open the park, according to country's investment minister.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Lord Disick's version remains online and has received nearly half a million likes on Instagram so far.
Tip for the week: When in doubt, trust your intuition.
The 15th annual Oud Festival is in full swing in Jerusalem.
The YouTube video shows the car being driven with the legs of three youngsters dangling from the trunk.
A stroll along New York City’s grand boulevard.
By BEN G. FRANK
Lufthansa operates its fleet in nearly 80 countries across North, Central and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa, and in this instance, Israel.
By MARK FELDMAN
Halifax has many eateries, including a rather rousing place we discover called Durty Nelly’s – an Irish pub built in Ireland and assembled in Halifax.
By GEORGE MEDOVOY SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
Movie is latest project by American- born Israeli director Joseph Cedar.
By HANNAH BROWN
Zuckerberg warned that Ebola could become the next HIV or polio, a disease that will be fought for decades.
As the Land of Israel enjoys a shmita year of rest, Simhat Torah allows us to take a critical look at how we might be able to positively affect ever-encroaching climate change.
By YOSEF I. ABRAMOWITZ
This week on TV.
A famous meeting set in Italy in July 1943 between the Third Reich leader and Mussolini was believed to be under the influence of Meth.
Scotland has long been an adored subject of travelers and writers such as Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson, Jules Verne and James Boswell.
The problem is not with how Israel tells the story, but with how the Western world has grown tired of Israel.
By DANIEL GORDIS
Airbnb, Zipcar and Kickstarter are examples of businesses that have successfully harnessed the tools of this new era to fill a need.
By JERRY SILVERMAN,MICHAEL SIEGEL
For many years now Israelis have been warned by their government to be careful when traveling abroad.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
Due to its long border with Afghanistan and its weak security forces, Turkmenistan is vulnerable to a jihadist offensive.
By MICHA’EL TANCHUM
When the wall came down in 1989, a wave of post-unification eagerness swept through the city to erase all signs of the East German regime.
By WILLIAM COLLINS DONAHUE
The testing for BRCA, a simple blood test, was the easy part; contemplating the result had huge ramifications.
By BARBARA SOFER
Throughout our trip to Nepal... I imagined I might return someday to do the full circuit... After what happened earlier this month, would I still entertain the possibility?
By BRIAN BLUM
The police are trying to figure out who is doing what and to whom.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
Readers weigh in on the latest stories grabbing headlines.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Australian Jewry is the ninth largest Jewish community in the world, about 130,000 people.
By RAYMOND APPLE
Prior to the invasion of Iraq almost 20 years ago, the Middle East was perceived by an ignorant world as a homogeneous Arab region.
By DAVID NEWMAN
There are less than a hundred Jews in the city and in the whole state less than 200.