Shin Bet: Terror attacks in Israel drop back to pre-escalation level
UN rights expert accuses Israel of excessive force against Palestinians
'What do you want from me?' Abbas explains why, despite everything, he wants peace
Israeli-Arab dentist sentenced for funneling money to Hamas
Israel, Russia reportedly say 'Da' to free trade agreement
Haredi protester burns Reform prayer book at Western Wall
Shas MK enters stormy diplomatic waters with Crimea visit
Arbeitman, Hap Haifa aim to upset leader Beersheba
UK envoy: British-Israel relationship ‘probably stronger and deeper than ever’
Lapid extends term as Yesh Atid head
Fishing for compliments
Wine Talk: From Concord to Cabernet
Top 10 things to do
Veni, vidi, Venezuela!
Commentary: Eye-opening and embarrassing experience
Comfortable first-leg conquests for Mac TA, Bnei Sakhnin
Yellow-and-blue bounced from Eurocup
Machete wielding attacker wounds 5 in Ohio restaurant owned by Israeli
Dutch Zionist store owners highlight settlement goods to protest EU
Israeli Airbnb guest refused by British host because of citizenship
US Jewish delegation meets Egypt’s Sisi in Cairo
Strategy, not ideology, differentiates ISIS from al-Qaida
US, Russia agree to 'cessation of hostilities' in Syria
Iranians mark anniversary of 1979 Islamic revolution holding 'Death to America, Israel' signs
Russia raises specter of 'world war' in high-stakes Syria talks
Israel says 'always watching' Iran’s missile developments following announcement of missile upgrade
Senior Iranian military official: US is subordinate to Iran in Middle East
'Iran to upgrade ballistic missiles, get Russian S-300 defense system soon'
WATCH: New ISIS video shows child solider blowing up four alleged spies
Saudi Arabia prepared for ground war in Syria, military spokesman says
'Briton who became ISIS beheader traveled to Gaza with Galloway convoy'
To silence propaganda, Iraq seeks to take ISIS offline
International sweet tooth: Israel exported $10m. worth of chocolate in 2015
GLOBAL AGENDA: ‘Deutsche unter alles’
Hapoalim goes gold with ‘Vatikiyada’ event for seniors
Einstein’s Theory posited a century ago proved; original documents at Hebrew University
High-risk groups should be screened for hepatitis C and treated, Knesset told
Israel signs stem cell research agreement with California Institute
Study urges at-home voting
E-waste recycling surpasses 2015 target
Green activists: Haifa pollution plan 'is like giving giving a bandaid to a cancer patient'
Agriculture Ministry calls to further restrict trawl fishing
Weather Roundup: Cold and rainy in an unusually dry winter
'Unique' Israeli bandage: The more you bleed, the quicker it works
Tel Aviv-based antifraud company Riskified raises $25 million
Change diapers, breastfeed baby, start a business
TECH TALK: Intel Israel is constantly expanding
Ted Cruz campaign defends pastor who said God will send hunters for Jews
Bret Stephens: The next US president may not be pro-Israel
Analysis: New Hampshire - Revolution against status quo under way
Sanders may play down Judaism, but he played big role in Hannukah case
Star Catcher: Astrology for the week of February 12, 2016
Grapevine: Chock-a-block festival
Grapevine: Australian makes good
Launching a ‘little prayer book’ at the Western Wall
Podcast: Monty Python and the Search for the Two-State Solution
Podcast: How Israel would vote in the New Hampshire primary
Podcast: Behind the scenes of Israel’s Super Bowl ad
Podcast: Does the Western Wall plan signal the end of the haredi monopoly?
NO COMMENT: Israeli strategic ascendancy; American strategic decline
Hymn for the Weekend
NO HOLDS BARRED: Honoring Hollywood celebrities we may not always agree with
MY WORD: Radio days
My birthplace is not my home
Holy work honored
Keeping the moneyball in her court
Holland’s forgotten Jews
God’s presence is you!
Fifteen characters in search of a better author
The perfect mystery
Playing with conditionals
Russian Air Force hits Aleppo hard
Gulf states take a bad rap on Syrian refugee issue
Chocolate treats, American South style
Three Ladies, Three Lattes: Better to be buried than to burn
Desert oasis – at Kfar Hanokdim
Fresh and tasty: Jerusalem goes Mexican
Halftime in the Holy City ‘
All the colors of Estonia
Framing the refugees
The many faces of Roee Rosen
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: רַק עַל עַצְמִי
יַלְדֵי בֵּית הָעֵץ
פִּיסוּל: כָּאן, עַכְשָיו וְהַנֶצַח
Say-Way כָּך אוֹמְרִים בְּאַנְגְלִית
Pro-BDS Presbyterian church set to lose 400,000 members
The Grace of God
German pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his fight against the Nazis
US Professor who said Christians, Muslims worship same God to leave school
A Response to Mr. Frantzman
Elliot Wave Theory and the Talmud
The Hope Index: Israel among the Nations
The UK's BREXIT referendum may aggravate EU's corrupted democracy
Tree Planting Celebration in Biriya Forest
Israeli and Diaspora Youth Bond over Trees in Maale Michmash
Planting Trees in Memory of the Carmel Disaster Victims
90 Year-old Giuditta Matalon Embraces the Children of Israel
Shimi Rouimi Garden Dedicated in Ofakim
The New Shoham Forest Bike Trail
Papua New Guinea Pilgrims Plant Olive Trees in the Galilee
Senior Chinese Foresters Visit Israel
Prime Minister of Albania Plants 80th Tree in Grove of Nations in Jerusalem
President of Ukraine Plants Olive Tree at Grove of Nations in Jerusalem
Solar Panels Installed on KKL-JNF Offices' Roof in Jerusalem
23rd Beekeepers Conference Salutes KKL-JNF Professionals
Five Years after the Fire, the Carmel is Green Again
Green Leadership Classroom for Rehovot's Hadarim School
Olive Tree Planted in Rome for Holocaust Remembrance Day
105-Year-Old WWII Hero Honored at KKL Italy Event in Rome
Arava Open Day 2016
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
02.12.2016 | 3 Adar I, 5776
Ahead of Fabius visit to region, French diplomat calls stalled peace process "deadly."
Report also heavily criticizes NGOs that have filed reports and statements alleging the IDF committed war crimes during July-August war.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Organization due to vote in Zurich today on Palestinian motion.
By HERB KEINON,ALLON SINAI
The US based start up will basically help customers buy from any US store as long as the item being purchased is not overly bulky.
By SAM SOKOL
NASA’s New Horizons unmanned spacecraft, which was launched nine-and-a-half years ago, will fly past the “dwarf planet” that it is called now at the closest-possible distance.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The Palestinian draft resolution says that the flags of non-member observer states shall be raised at the United Nations Headquarters.
"Muslim" written on Islamic crescent-shaped symbols.
Jakob Augstein of Der Spiegel: “So right-wing like the German right-wing populists is the government of Benjamin Netanyahu."
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Residents of Uman earlier this month unveiled the statue to Ivan Gonta and Maxim Zheleznyakov, who carried out a pogrom, which killed between 20,000 and 30,000 Jews.
“We are not going to participate in this,” said an OSCE official when asked about a separatist statement asserting the organization’s participation.
“The voice of Russian speaking Jewry is now respectable and people listen now.”
1,627 anti-Semitic incidents were reported in 2014, a 28 percent increase over the year before.
Ex-employee claims network, which purports to be objective, sets aside truth for its “pro-Arabic prejudices.”
50-year-old American said Spanish-owned company favored employees who were Christian, Spanish and heterosexual.
Galliano says the sessions have taught him about survival and spirituality.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The BDS campaign is set to swallow many more well-intended people into its Jew-hating vortex.
By DAVID SINGER
The new Jerusalem Media Syndrome project is rebranding the Holy City as a first-rate destination for international students.
By ORRI J. AVRAHAM
By SARAH LEVI
The Splendid Hotel is popular with Westerners and French soldiers based in Burkina Faso.
The alternative was for the airline to end its policy of discriminating against Israeli passengers.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Gunmen emerged from the hotel and fired into the air; A vehicle carrying security personnel arrived and shortly afterwards an intense gun battle began.
Former US officials and experts familiar with the White House's thinking say Obama appears locked into policies aimed at containing threats and avoiding deeper US military engagement in final year.
The European Union is in real trouble.
By JOHN LLOYD,REUTERS
A police spokeswoman told the Times that the suspects were heavily armed and possibly wearing body armor.
Suspect questioned by authorities on French-Belgian border, yet freed shortly after - making the getaway complete.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Jewish and Muslim MKs united over past two years to advocate for reversal of Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe resolution calling to ban ritual circumcision of children.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Scientists developed a new technique to analyze chemical maps of the Martian surface obtained by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft.
The astronomical event occurs when the moon is closest to the Earth in its orbit, making it appear much larger and brighter than usual.
Germany re-imposed border controls on Sunday after acknowledging it could scarcely cope with asylum seekers.
A man was arrested when the train stopped at Arras station in northern France but his motives were not yet known, a French official said.
Right-wing gunman Anders Behring-Breivik killed 69 people in a rampage four years ago.
Schumer is the screenwriter and star of 'Trainwreck,' a film that was screened in a theater in Louisiana where a gunman killed two women.
A person familiar with the matter told Reuters the part was almost certainly from a Boeing 777 but that it had not yet been established if it came from MH370.
Near panic has swept through the party, and MPs are considering plots to derail Corbyn.
By JERRY LEWIS
Neil Prakash is third Australian to have assets frozen by government because of ISIS membership.
Blatter said he was stepping down mere four days after being re-elected to a fifth term.
Baltimore's Martin O'Malley enters on Democratic side.
The annual kitsch-fest was watched last year by more than 195 million people in 45 countries.
Shortages of medicine, shelter and drinking water are just a few of the challenges still facing the devastated people of Nepal.
Hundreds of people gathered at the scene of some of Monday night's rioting in the West Baltimore neighborhood, closely watched by National Guard troops and police officers.
“We will do everything we can to bring him [Asraf] home,” Liberman says.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
With just a couple of exceptions, parties have shown support not only for a two-state solution but to varying degrees, support for Israel as well.
Pema Lama was rescued by Nepal's Armed Police Force and carried on a stretcher and in a neck brace to a waiting ambulance.
Of nearly two dozen residents of West Baltimore interviewed by the 'Post,' not one was surprised by the unfolding riots against police.
Amateur video filmed from a drone a day after Nepal's devastating earthquake gives bird's eye view of Kathmandu destruction.
Shimon Sheves is believed to have conspired with Romanian businessman Remus Truica to illicitly bring about the transfer of state-held lands to another Romanian citizen.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,JTA
The event was designed to give encouragement to foreign students in Israel in light of growing anti-Semitism and delegitimization of Israel on university campuses abroad.
Obama, Iran’s Rouhani, Cuba’s Castro to address world body on September 28; Netanyahu to have his say on October 1.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Rafi Eitan has been at the heart of the Israel story since before the creation of the state.
By PATRICIA GOLAN
Triple-jumper Hanna Knyazyeva-Minenko secured a place in the final competition in her sport with just one jump.
By ALLON SINAI
More than 6,000 athletes from 50 nations competed at the European Games, with Israel sending over 140 athletes, its largest ever delegation to a sporting event.
This is the second bomb scare outside of the embassy this year.
By HERB KEINON
Because of our history as Jews, we are particularly sensitive to signals of boycotts.
For the first time since 2010, Israel's entry into the annual Eurovision song competition has advanced past the semi-final stage.
A major organized crime case run by police abroad and in Israel broke on Monday as officers detained around 50 suspects.
By BEN HARTMAN
Embassy in Mexico City is assisting in treating injured, transporting body of young woman back to Israel for burial.
Foreign workers concerned about their relatives and their country after earthquake.
Facebook meanwhile activated a “Nepal Earthquake Facebook Safety Check” application, in which Facebook users in Nepal could click to let their friends know that they are OK.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,SHARON UDASIN
Elem submits its annual report on the state of youth to President Reuven Rivlin.
By HAYAH GOLDLIST-EICHLER
Macri’s election has ushered in an atmosphere of hope and renewal.
By GUSTAVO D. PEREDNIK
The current government is picking the ministry’s bones to resolve narrow party personnel problems.
By ALON LIEL
Efraim Karsh dispels the myth of blaming the West for Mideast troubles
By ASAF ROMIROWSKY
At the UNGA Sustainable Development Summit, a skeptic finds new meaning in an old saying: It’s not what’s on the table that matters, It’s who’s on the chairs.
By STEPHANIE GRANOT
The Tel Aviv University International School’s bachelor’s in liberal arts draws students from across the world – offering a broad array of subjects and voices.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Most rich countries were contributing less than their "fair share" of financial aid, the amount a country should contribute relative to the size of its economy.
Russia began air strikes in Syria on Sept. 30 and has stepped up attacks in recent weeks.
The big question yet to be answered is will Sisi deliver on his promises to create jobs and improve the standard of living for all Egyptians.
In the past week UN chief Ban Ki-moon, 71 UN states and some 80 aid and human rights groups have urged the Security Council to act on the killing of civilians.
Talks in Geneva last week ended without a resolution to the conflict, which has claimed more than 2,800 lives.
"At this stage it's not clear that Iran is ready to make the choices," says official on condition of anonymity.
Bill would require sanctions to be lifted immediately and bar UN inspectors from military sites.
Latest round of discussions in Vienna on Friday made no significant progress, source from one of the missions was quoted as saying.
Syrian state television says tens of terrorists killed, and large convoys destroyed.
US maintains it is not entertaining an extension in the talks.
The next Review Conference will be convened in 2020.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Iran, the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China have until June 30 to reach a comprehensive agreement.
Diplomats have been pushing to iron out details of a final agreement in Vienna this week without announcing any major breakthrough.
Newspapers which once showered Sisi with praise have started complaining about man whose grand ambitions span the eradication of militant Islam, and the turning of Egypt into an economic powerhouse.
"This is a pretty strong indication they have been lying about what they did with sarin," one diplomatic source said.
The fundamentalist Islamic organization threatens "even bigger and more bitter" attacks in the future.
FM Zarif calls upon nuclear-weapon states to cease their plans to further invest in modernizing and extending the life span of their nuclear weapons.
Were it not for the generosity of the Rothschilds, it is doubtful that Israel would have been able to progress in as many fields as it has.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
My husband and I took our three kids to Alba di Canazei in the Italian Dolomites to escape the summer heat and enjoy some downtime in nature with our kids.
By JOANNA SHEBSON
A Greek-island piece of heaven.
By SIVAN AZULAY
By MARK FELDMAN
Mayweather says next fight will be his last; Pacquiao said he thought he had the fight won.
Films about politics, social issues star alongside stories of musicians and ‘hilltop youth.’
By HANNAH BROWN
In popular European culture, such as drawings and cartoons, one finds anti-Semitic motifs.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
The question of whether Israel’s policies affect or do not affect its standing in the international arena is closely connected to the question of how Israel should balance ideology and realpolitik.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Whatever the outcome is, the stakes are high for Erdogan.
By ABDUL BASIT ADEEL
Let us at least be hated for the right reasons and be proud of it.
By NATHAN LOPES CARDOZO
The streets now in the news are the very streets I used to walk on Shabbat mornings to attend my father’s synagogue.
By EMANUEL FELDMAN
The shift from Enlightenment Politics to Identity Politics created a polarized culture with protected classes and acceptable targets.
By GIL TROY
Why isn’t Kiev acting properly under the Normandy Four (Germany, Russia, Ukraine and France) agreement?
By SERGEI NARYSHKIN
South Africa has much to gain from cooperation with Israel.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
No need to go to Kathmandu to discover that Israelis know how to come together to offer support.
By LIAT COLLINS
It’s easy to dismiss such words as the kind of European crocodile tears with which the Jewish nation is all too familiar.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Samantha Power plays politics with the Armenian genocide.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH