Police chief nominee Hirsch lashes out at "sullying of his reputation"
Watchdog warns Netanyahu against appointing another minister to cabinet
Liberman: There will be a 2016 election
National-religious rabbis issue letter of support for administrative detainees
IN PHOTOS: A movement of color at Bat Yam street fair
An abundance at Acre
A beautiful dance
Jerusalem once again celebrates sacred music
Tackle football: Israel overcomes Spain in 1st competitive game
Maccabi TA edges Beersheba thanks to Zahavi
Judo: Israel ends World Championships with just one medal
Israelis fall short of finals at Beijing
In New York, Edelstein invites his Arab counterparts to meet him in Jerusalem
Report: Hezbollah enlisting West Bank youth to carry out terror attacks against Israel
Father of Palestinian boy at heart of clash with IDF: Our children are doing their duty
Abbas moving to boot political opponents and tighten grip on power, critics claim
Drive-by shooting victim: Living in Samaria is a game of Russian roulette
Showers installed outside Auschwitz remind visitors of gas chambers
Lost Nazi train is merely a sliver of theft ‘beyond imagination,’ says historian
‘He saw beyond the illnesses into the souls of his patients’
Matisyahu: Anti-Semitism at Spanish festival was something I never experienced before
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A new era? Iranians erase 'Death to America' graffiti from wall of former US embassy in Tehran
Iran prepares fateful verdict on Jason Rezaian
Iranian court hands 10 year sentence to pair accused of spying for Israel, US
Former Intel chief: US, Israel should reach parallel Iran agreement
ISIS partly destroys another ancient Roman temple in Palmyra, monitor says
Report: ISIS beheads 39 of its own members
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Egypt quietly warms relations with Syria in fight against ISIS
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Missing piece found in liver puzzle
Fledgling scientists meet elder geniuses
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Finance Ministry pledges to reform solar energy sector
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Israel likely to be water-stressed in 2040, study finds
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Global innovators collaborate in Israel
The new space age: Israel holds youth satellite building contest
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LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
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Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
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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
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Thanks to Aliyah video
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Strategic Affairs Minister Steinitz to head delegation to Washington in hopes of heading off diplomatic deal that allows Iran to maintain nuclear weapons breakout capability.
"Our response to this aggression will not be diplomatic, we will retaliate in the battlefield, but will not necessarily announce it" Revolutionary Guard chief vows.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
According to Abraham Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League, the deal “falls far short” of assuring that Iran will not obtain nuclear weapons.
By SAM SOKOL
Pour enrayer l’avancée des radicaux, le ministre des Affaires étrangères préconise une coalition régionale de modérés
By AVIGDOR LIBERMAN
The Brazilian magazine Veja on Saturday reported that the deal, brokered by Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, also provided the Iranians with nuclear know-how.
Almost a third of Israeli Jews fast on Tisha B’Av.
By JEREMY SHARON
PM also meets with visiting Italian counterpart, says nuclear accord endangers Israel, the Middle East and eventually Europe.
By HERB KEINON
Obama's National Security Adviser Susan Rice and Netanyahu's National Security Adviser Yossi Cohen have maintained good relations.
By SHLOMO SHAMIR/MAARIV ONLINE
"Fortunately the Iranian security forces' intelligence superiority and efforts thwarted all their plots," Seyed Mahmoud Alavi says.
Visit by Qassem Suleimani would constitute a violation of sanctions.
Kerry also stated that the US walking away from the deal would remove any legitimacy for a potential military strike against Iran should it pursue nuclear weapons.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Bloomberg reports that US intel officials briefed lawmakers on findings.
Energy minister takes umbrage at Ernest Moniz's comment that if he were Israeli, he would support the Iran deal.
By HERB KEINON,JPOST.COM STAFF
Putin tells PM that Iran deal will make Middle East more secure.
Israel Katz says Republican presidential candidate's comments are "wrong and unnecessary."
Jewish funnyman quips that "we’re more protected from a bad tuna fish than a nuclear bomb."
Iranian deputy minister says, "we have approved more than $2 billion of projects in Iran by European companies" in recent weeks.
Video released as Iran's leaders try to convince hardliners in the country to accept the concessions it made in the nuclear deal.
The communist enclave says they are subject to a grave nuclear threat; Make no mention of their 1994 nuclear agreement with the US.
Speaking at weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu says Iran is not even trying to hide the fact that it will use the hundreds of millions it gets from the deal to fund terror.
Wendy Sherman says Israeli experts “essential” in formulating certain aspects of deal.
Netanyahu warns that “Israel is not bound by this deal with Iran because Iran continues to seek our destruction. We will always defend ourselves.”
So long as Iran continues to call for Israel's destruction, the defense establishment will not stop developing means to attack its nuclear program
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Speaking at a Likud faction meeting, Netanyahu slams the world powers for capitulating to Iran, accusing the P5+1 negotiators of chasing a deal at any price.
President Obama reportedly told a group of Democratic lawmakers that prospects for a deal are less than 50-50.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Iranian ground force commander says US seeks to "exploit nations and put them in chains."
Talks will marathon through weekend; No "breakthrough moment" yet, UK says.
Among key issues yet to be resolved are the sequencing of sanctions relief for Iran and establishment of monitoring and verification measures to ensure that agreement will not be violated.
Improvement of 'Massive Ordnance Penetrator' was carried out even as nuclear talks with Iran continued, 'Wall Street Journal' reports.
In November 2013, Iran reportedly halted its most sensitive nuclear activity and took other steps in exchange for some easing of economic sanctions; Foreign ministers due to meet Saturday.
Anyone who understands how sanctions are put in place and maintained knows the inherent limitations of the so called “snap back” mechanism.
By DAN FEFERMAN
Present-day choices echo deep into the future, and the failure to anticipate the ramifications of what we do today can result in a bitter harvest tomorrow.
By STEWART WEISS