Six IDF soldiers wounded near Hebron in second vehicular attack of the day
Two IDF soldiers hurt in West Bank vehicular-ramming attack
Abbas once again rails against Israel after diplomatic meeting
11-year-old Palestinian boy says he stabbed light rail guard ‘to die a martyr’
United Arab Emirates: Israel mission not sign of changed relations
What Obama did and didn’t say about Ezra Schwartz
Israel to establish formal presence in Abu Dhabi
Greek PM stresses importance of global cooperation in fighting violence, extremism
Dudu Tasa’s roots revisited
Winner of Holocaust survivors' beauty contest: The Jew will never disappear from the world
8-year-old 'Indiana Jones' makes First Temple era archaeological find in Beit Shemesh
White will light up Ashdod
Hapoel Beersheba looks to stop the bleeding
Maccabi TA in Spain playing for Euroleague life
Group stage an eye-opening experience for Maccabi
Spotlight: Israel’s hoops lifer Henig reflects on 30 years of NBA connections
VIDEO: Border Police officer stabbed in Nahariya
Police arrest gunman who opened fire in Colorado abortion clinic, 11 injured
NYC to fund security guards for Jewish schools
Mastermind of Paris terror onslaught planned to hit Jewish targets
Remembering Holocaust eased Cuba imprisonment, US contractor Gross says
Erdogan warns Putin 'not to play with fire'
New phone app 'Israel's Nightmare' educates users on Iranian missile capabilities
Analysis: How Iran exploits ISIS to wage terror
IN PICTURES: Thousands of Iranian soldiers stage mock siege of Temple Mount
Russia's Putin due to meet Khamenei, Rouhani in Iran
France, Russia eyeing united front against ISIS
Despite ISIS threats of attack, New York prepares for Thanksgiving parade
Obama to Putin: 'Direct your focus on tackling ISIS'
VIDEO: US rock band singer describes massacre at Paris concert hall
Is political correctness over Islam and 'refugees' putting lives in danger?
Putin: Turkish downing of Russian plane 'a betrayal by a friend'
Coptic Pope Tawadros’s Jerusalem visit ‘will create huge firestorm in Egypt’
Woman accused of unlicensed cosmetic injections
Lab-grown human liver cells can advance treatment
Majority of Israelis lack faith in the public health system
Cancer is No. 1 cause of death in Israel
Israel's Leviathan, Egypt's Dolphinus to negotiate gas export deal
Budget funds found for rabies vaccines, botanical gardens
Experts: Israel could still export natural gas to Egypt
Economic Affairs Committee session heats up over gas debate
Israeli e-commerce works around Israel Post as Black Friday demand spikes
Israeli start-up AudioBurst wants to be the Google of radio
Tech talk: Get in the Ring
Six US-Israeli energy projects to receive $5.1m in funding
Your Taxes: Portfolio adjustments for year-end
Meet Leem Lubany, the Israeli Arab beauty turning heads in Hollywood
Why did Hollywood actress America Ferrera want to convert to Judaism, have a bat mitzva?
Grapevine: Four-footed friends
Lone soldiers from North America attend Thanksgiving dinner in Tel Aviv
This week in 60 seconds: Who woke up the Russian bear?
My word: Checks and balancing acts
Into the Fray: Immoral!
The eternal struggle and how it will end
Yael's Corner: The Western World’s War for Survival
Middle Israel: Israeli thoughts on Thanksgiving
Parshat Toldot: After despair
A heartbreak novel
Internet of everything
On the margin
Books: A primer for every palate
Books: Grappling with childlessness
Food: Hanukka samosas
Tour Israel: No-hike outing
Neighborhood Watch: Downtown Jerusalem coming into its own
Life, Life, Life: The newest grief
City Health: Young smokers? Ho hum, but the IDF is concerned
Corridors of Power: War time
The newest grief
‘If it’s good enough for me, it’s good enough for the museum’
Blues from the roots, in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem by way of LA
Changing the view
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: בְּגַנִי נְטַעְתִיךָ
מוֹפָע חָדָש: אִינְסָאנִיָה
סְטְרִיט וַייְז הִיבְּרוּ
The power of education
At the crossroads
Going with the Romanian flow
Orthodoxy, Truth, and Half-Belief
A trip to Auschwitz-Birkenau and Krakow
This Week in Israeli History: Operation Moses, Raful Eitan and the Patria Disaster
Fiesta Shalom – Shortening the Distance Between People
Jonathan Jay Pollard -- A Greek Tragedy
Historical Agreement Signed Between KKL-JNF and the State of Israel
JNF Canada Dedicates New Bike Path with Gilad Shalit
Ben Gurion Accessible Park in Dimona
Fred and Linda Waks Botanical Garden Inaugurated in Akko
Furrows in the Desert in Turkana, Kenya
Portugal Entomologists Tour the Negev with KKL-JNF
Mississippi Governor plants a tree in Israel
Honduras President Plants Tree in Jerusalem
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
Agriculture Festival at Hula Lake Park
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
KKL France Mission Parts from Israel by Planting Trees
Got Water Problems?
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
11.28.2015 | 16 Kislev, 5776
Motion calls for a Palestinian state on the basis of the 1967 borders with eastern Jerusalem as its capital.
Israeli official says that the Upper House of the Irish parliament is a relatively insignificant body, and that the vote is only symbolic.
By HERB KEINON
Islamist fighters overran a crossing point in the line that has separated Israelis from Syrians in the Golan Heights since 1973.
Bob Marley's sons set to take the stage for a reggae Purim Ball.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Films from Ireland and France abound this month at the local cinematheques.
By HANNAH BROWN
In 'The Pier,' Gerard Hurley takes a poetic yet unsentimental look at the relationship between a father and son.
By BARRY DAVIS
For a cozy winter head to the Jacob's Ladder Winter Weekend this December.
After performing before 22 million people around the world, the iconic Irish dance troupe is coming to Israel next month for eight performances.
By DAVID BRINN
Although cleaning it may be somewhat tricky, this vegetable is worth the trouble.
By FAYE LEVY
Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary tells the newspaper the Irish Independent that Israeli authorities have delayed the launch of routes to Israel
By NIV ELIS
In plain language, these asset prices are in bubbles. Indeed, some analysts have noted that we have ‘a bubble of bubbles.’
By PINCHAS LANDAU
Assembly plant proposed for Beit Shean, but after offers and counter offers, efforts fail to bring more business to Kiryat Gat.
By YUVAL AZOULAI AND SHMULIK SHELAH
Exports to Portugal, Ireland, Greece and Spain dropped an accumulated 17.3 percent in dollar terms in the third quarter of 2010.
By SHARON WROBEL
The phrase "Arbeit Macht Frei," which, when translated to English means "work sets you free," was written at the end of a document submitted as evidence into a banking inquiry.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Spokesman for the Israeli embassy in Dublin says that until three years ago it was HETI policy not to invite the ambassador to the Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony.
By SAM SOKOL
British Jews condemn Holocaust Education Trust Ireland
Yad Vashem criticized "attempts to politicize Holocaust commemoration," says it "does a great disservice both to the victims and to education about the Holocaust.”
Former president Herzog's birthplace was vandalized with anti-Israel graffiti, exemplifying "disturbing mix of anti-Israel and anti-Jewish sentiment," Labor chairman says.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Former US president calls on EU to stand behind condemnation of settlement expansion and label products clearly.
TUI voted unanimously to endorse Palestinian activists call for an academic boycott of the Jewish state.
By JONNY PAUL JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Alan Shatter, viewed in J'lem as being "courageous" for speaking up in Dublin on Israel’s behalf, to meet with Neeman, Livni.
Irish FM says his country would support, on moral grounds, EU ban of Israeli products manufactured across Green Line.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Visit by Eamon Gilmore, in Israel for three-day regional tour, unlikely reflection of changing positions.
Knesset Speaker unexpectedly invited to Irish President's office, discusses peace process with FM.
Knesset speaker says he tried to talk to pro-Palestinian protesters who forced him to enter building through back door.
The essence of the global financial crisis is that the world is drowning in debt.
Why will Israel not enter into discussion with the political leaders of Hamas, just as the British government instituted with the IRA, and finally achieved a settlement?
By NEVILLE TELLER
Members of the diplomatic community are often hard-pressed when they have more than one function to attend on any given night.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Artist uses 1.4 billion worth of shredded euros to build house in protest of financial crisis.
Ehud Nathan’s Black Velvet brings its Celtic jams, horas and polkas to Jerusalem in mid-May.
J'lem officials accuse Ireland of leading EU opposition to placing Hezbollah's "military wing" on continent's blacklist.
Israel's harshest critic in the EU assumes the organization's presidency in a time of diplomatic turbulence.
Sen. David Norris wrote 1997 character reference to Israeli court on behalf of a former lover convicted of statutory rape of a 15-year-old boy.
250 flights canceled due to ash cloud from Icelandic volcano; Ryanair flies plane through Scottish airspace to show lack of danger.
Security tight after bomb discovered and destroyed; event marks first time a British monarch has visited Ireland since 1911.
Alan Shatter, Ireland’s only Jewish parliamentarian and courageous friend of Israel, was re-elected is likely to win a key post in new gov't.
Move comes day after Peru joins growing list of S. American countries recognizing a Palestinian state; other EU countries may follow suit.
Leaked cable reveals Irish Department of Foreign Affairs forbade US military transits to pass through Shannon Airport during 2nd Lebanon War.
In letter to Ireland's PM, Simon Wiesenthal Center says Irish economic meltdown cannot be camouflaged by anti-Semitism.
EU quickly agreed in principle to the bailout, saying it "is warranted to safeguard financial stability in the EU."
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Move likely to be boon to Israeli economy; Ireland held up concord for ‘political’ reasons but eventually gave in.
Mairead Maguire is appealing decision to disallow entry into country; participated in Rachel Corrie flotilla.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND AP
Over 200 demonstrators say former British PM has "blood on his hands" as he arrives in Irish capital for first public signing of his memoir, "A Journey."
Dublin won't replace 2.5m. documents of type used in Dubai hit.
384 "Likes" posted already by members of social networking site.
Supreme court ruled that Mairead Maguire must be deported in accordance with order barring her for ten years.
By DAN IZENBERG AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Justices dismiss Nobel laureate’s claim she didn't know was barred from entering country; "Israel’s sovereignty remains intact," Beinisch says.
By DAN IZENBERG
Would-be bomber claims ISIS affiliation, but no explosives found in chip-producing facility.
If life is becoming unbearable in Gaza, it’s largely because Hamas has turned it into a Taliban-like Islamic mini-state
By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
With the state budget veering far into the red, the government imposes painful austerity measures.
By ZIV HELLMAN
Boycott was reportedly adopted without any debate or discussion. Only proposer, seconder discussed item on agenda before vote.
Vincent Browne says Israel "cancer in foreign affairs;” remarks draw sharp rebuke from Israel.
By JONNY PAUL, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Irish Jewish Museum trying to raise $13m for sixfold expansion of its premises in old synagogue on Walworth Road, Dublin.
By GIL SHEFLER
Thousands to set off through the streets of Dublin in celebration of James Joyce's masterpiece.
In the past 20 years, Ireland has solidified itself as a major player on the global tech scene – culminating in the success of the international Dublin Web Summit. Should Tel Aviv be worried?
By Laura Kelly
Harold and Gayle Berman have penned a true-life account of ‘an intermarriage gone Jewish.’ An excerpt:
By GAYLE BERMAN
In her belief that ‘life really is for living’ Michal Ravid tackles everything – from practicing medicine to mountain biking and teaching Irish dance.
One would think the Jewish-Diaspora would open up their arms to an Irish-Zionist. Turns out they are among the harshest critics.
By NICKY LARKIN
In Ireland, conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is portrayed as black and white issue.
But in Ireland, anything is possible.
By MASADA SIEGEL
Tel Aviv City Council member Karnit Goldwasser gave birth to a girl at Ichilov Hospital.
The author says she had a good idea her initial writing escapade would end up as a bona-fide published volume.
Metulla Poetry Festival guest Lior Sternberg has been inspired by the capital.
The pairing of a Quebecois fiddler and a western-Irish uilleann-piper at the Jacob's Ladder Winter Weekend is an intriguing prospect.
Senior sources told the "Irish Independent" that Israeli soldiers provided "decisive" help in preventing another hostage situation.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Abraham Fund Initiatives for integration, equality of Arab citizens organize a trip for 15 Arab-Israeli community leaders.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
European countries call for the perpetrators of "horrendous crimes" committed during Syria conflict to be put on trial.
UNIFIL civil affairs director: Italy may reduce troop levels, stresses importance of finding perpetrators of bombing, 'an-Nahar' reports.
Dublin and Jerusalem pursue cooperation in order to decrease road fatalities.
By SHARON UDASIN
Ken Loach’s fact-based film ‘Jimmy’s Hall’ takes us back to 1930s Ireland.
A group of four Northern Irish visited Israel two weeks ago and shared their impressions.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
‘Enough of this,’ our 20-year-old daughter declared a few days into the trip; ‘I don’t see why we can’t say we’re Israeli.
By BRIAN BLUM
Kerry's cynical performance underscores all the reasons for Israel not to make concessions just in order to make a good impression.
By SARAH HONIG
I cannot for the life of me understand the haredi spokesmen who claim that the government is trying to “criminalize” learning Torah.
By Jerusalem Post Readers
Ireland could end its EU presidency, on 30 June, with a grand gesture in leading the move to register Hezbollah on Europe’s terrorist list.
By SHIMON SAMUELS
Last weekend Ireland again placed itself in the vanguard of anti-Israel activism in the European Union.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Original Thinking: When asked who they were freeing Palestine from, a trio of bright young faces answered, “From the Jews.”
By BARRY SHAW
My question is: Does it take six people to die and many more be injured in order for a person to lose his license?
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
Anti-Israel obsession inexplicably permeates very distant societies, divorced from our reality.
Such rants may well have been inspired or intensified by unfair and unbalanced media coverage.
If the Health Ministry invested a small amount of money in an advertising campaign and changed its attitude, the hospitals would be at less than fullcapacity come next winter.
I think Hoffman needs to reevaluate the way he pushes his own opinions into news articles.
Vladimir Putin can bomb the hell out of Georgians over Abkhazia and South Ossetia and as long as the Irish don’t have an upcoming World Cup qualifier there, it’s irrelevant.
By JOHN LALOR
The Irish government is either oblivious to Trócaire’s extensive anti-peace activities, or knowingly carrying on a long tradition of anti-Israel bias.
By ALEX RYVCHIN
John Donne: no economy is an island entire of itself; every economy is a piece of the intercontinental totality, a part of the main.
I’ll be blunt: I often wonder why so many Israelis I’ve met have such love for Ireland.
Beneath veneer of calm, there resides in Irish people's hearts an abiding discontent at state of affairs on this windswept island – and some of that is directed at Israel.
By STEWART WEISS
Many in Ireland think Israel has much to learn from their peace process, but critics say the Emerald Isle often demonstrates a far-from-sparkling grasp of the specifics of our conflict.
By RUTH EGLASH
Catholics and Protestants clash in some of the worst violence in decades in Northern Ireland.
US president visits Irish village of Moneygall where he claims ancestral roots, meets distant relative and drinks the local Guinness.