Boehner denies 'blindsiding' White House with Netanyahu invite
18 recommendations that could determine Israel’s fate before the ICC
Israeli ambassador to US calls Netanyahu address a 'sacred duty'
Scheduling, not Netanyahu, prohibits Obama-Rivlin meeting
Protect young children from choking on Tu Bishvat delicacies
Yad Sarah sees rise in 'home hospitalization' equipment due to hospital overcrowding
Baby miracle for 56-year-old Ethiopian immigrant
More chickens with bird flu culled at north-central kibbutz
Presenting: A cross between a pomelo and an orange and other novel Israeli produce varieties
Zion Tech: For Glide, video is the new text
The new advertising world
Israel seeks solutions for 20 million tons of salt set to pile up annually
Israeli innovators receive grants to aid developing world
Market watch: New and enticing
Designer to the stars
The symbol of this holiday
Concert review: Reaching higher ground with Low
Relieved Mac TA squeaks by Ashkelon
Sinai Says: Ohana a great soccer star, but politics are a whole other playing field
A number of intriguing duels on tap in State Cup last-16
Derby delight for 1st-place yellow-and-blue
Fruits are in order
Livni move may leave Knesset without Ethiopian MK
Court rules in favor of Likud recount
Tibi's Ta'al party picks lawyer for second slot
Yishai and Ben-Ari hold 'very positive' talks over uniting party lists for election
Ohana addition causes furor, resignations in Bayit Yehudi
Washington asks for PA delay in resubmitting UN statehood bid
Tariq Abu Khdeir cleared of wrongdoing
IDF strikes Syrian army targets following Golan rocket attacks
B’Tselem: PM culpable for Gaza war Palestinian civilian deaths; NGO Monitor demurs
Netanyahu after rocket fire from Syria: Those who play with fire get burned
Bulgarian president keeping palace lights on to protest anti-Semitism
Cameron vows: Britain will ‘remember today, tomorrow and every generation to come’
Artist draws The Simpsons as Jews in Auschwitz for anniversary of camp's liberation
Analysis: Is Germany ignoring the lessons of the Holocaust?
Obama: Paris terror attacks are painful reminder of need to fight anti-Semitism
Iranian website threatens top Israeli officials, posts family pic of PM
On Iran, Congress plays its hand with a deadline of its own
Netanyahu: Iran denies Holocaust while it plots genocide against us
Vowing to respond, Iran says Israel crossed 'red lines' with Syria attack
A White House victory as Senate retreats from Iran sanctions bill
January 28, 2015: Enough problems
In My Own Write: Questions of coexistence
Center Field: European no-go zones become conversational no-go zones
The impossible dialogue between Liberman and Wallström
Israel is not alone
A drive for justice
Xin Chào, Vietnam
Hating Jews for Allah
Arrivals: Securing his own freedom in Israel
Book Review: The lady doth protest too much
Book Review: Translating Patrick Modiano
Hot off the Arab press
Grapevine: A man of many talents
A not so tight budget
This Week in Jerusalem
Mud-slinging and more
Happily Eva After: Ushering in 2015 the Eva way
Giving Beit Shemesh children a helping hand
Red in the South
What’s really at stake in this election: unilateral pullout from West Bank
Iran and Hezbollah – an explosive combination
Striking terror targets in Syria - Israel's rights under int'l law
Anti-Semitism and the battle against Jihad
A song for Shvat: 'Song of the grasses'
אַתְ לְבַדֵך תָבִינִי
Netanyahou sous le feu des critiques
Questions à Tzipi Livni
La violence refait surface
La liste de Herzog
Commémoration du 70e anniversaire de la libération du camp d’Auschwitz
Les mots valent mieux que la violence
Coexistence festive à Haïfa
Festival du film juif de Jérusalem, que la lumière soit !
Chocs, cheikhs et schiste
Une démocratie tronquée
Hautement qualifiés, fortement motivés
2014, un excellent cru pour l'aliya
Israël VS Hezbollah
Unis contre la terreur islamique
Le califat : rêve ou cauchemar pour l’islam ?
Comment Abbas tire avantage de la mort d’Abou Ein
Qui a tué Alberto Nisman ?
L’antisémitisme à la tribune des Nations unies
Islamophobie et antisémitisme : une comparaison problématique
Le 11 septembre français ?
On first official visit to US, Rivlin addresses black Christian leaders in Brooklyn
In shadow of Paris attacks, UK faith leaders sign anti-hate declaration
Pope Francis calls for Christian Unity
Birth control ban doesn't mean breed 'like rabbits,' Pope says
Pakistani Christians protest Charles Hebdo
JNF Canada Staff Mission Visits Projects for Disadvantaged Youth
Friends of JNF Australia Visit Negev Communities
International Dental Convention Participants Tour the Negev with KKL-JNF
Holiday Cheer as KKL-JNF Distributes Christmas Trees
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
WMC 2015 Closing Evening Reception
Living on the Edge in the Gaza Periphery
Former UN Ambassador Dan Gillerman at WMC 2015
WMC 2015 Opening Reception at Beit Hatfutsot
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
01.28.2015 | 8 Shevat, 5775
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.’
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.’
It’s our short-term memory that skews our perception.
By AARON KATSMAN
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
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.
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."
'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.
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.
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
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
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.
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
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
IFJ official to ‘Post’: In the long term, we are going to see fewer journalists getting into these tough stories and war reporting.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
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.
Discussions are underway between Egypt, Disney International to open the park, according to country's investment minister.
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.
By BARRY DAVIS
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
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