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
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
Tough call: Who is Israel’s best sport personality of 2014?
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
Gaza rocket explodes in southern Israel, no injuries
Analysis: Israel only one of many players in Palestinian state bid
Diplomatic Sources: Arab pressure forced Jordan to file Palestinian UNSC resolution
Likely US presidential candidate: Egyptian option should be examined to solve Israeli-Arab conflict
US: We won't support Palestinian UNSC resolution on an Israeli withdrawal
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
White supremacist charged in Kansas Jewish center shootings faces competency hearing
Report: Hezbollah tries Mossad informant who foiled 5 attacks against Israelis
Only 2% delivered of $5.4 billion pledged for Gaza reconstruction, officials say
Report: Hamas using Gaza reconstruction materials to repair infiltration tunnels
Analysis: The Palestinian diplomatic battle against Israel
Iraq: ISIS murdered 150 women and underage girls for refusing sex acts
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
12.19.2014 | 27 Kislev, 5775
Lawyer for Yesh Gvul says following past criticism and court petition, army ‘learned its lesson.’
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
The scandal involving former IDF chief of staff Gabi Ashkenazi is not about crime, but about a politician who thought he was still a general, and a general who thought he was already a politician.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
MK Levin: Christians see what is happening to their brethren throughout the Middle East and want change.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
The organization had openly called for a boycott of Israeli academic institutions and declared on its website that boycott extends to annual conference in Los Angeles.
By KELLY HARTOG
American Jewish Congress president Jack Rosen said in a weekend interview that if Hillary Clinton were to be elected she would 'hit the ground running.'
By GIL HOFFMAN
European Union ministers refuse to apportion blame on either side for talks breakdown.
By HERB KEINON
Makarim Wibisono to serve as special investigator into Israeli actions in the West Bank and east Jerusalem after push by Arab Group in Geneva.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Bayit Yehudi leader refuses to outline his party's red lines, but says faction would oppose proposed release of Palestinian prisoners.
Silvan Shalom's talk in Abu Dhabi was attended by Iranian official in an unprecedented gesture, Iran expert Javendanfar reveals.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Panel members recommend setting a uniform royalty rate on all natural resources of 5%, to remain consistent with global standards.
By SHARON UDASIN
Shelling continues and some projectiles from the fight also hit Turkish territory on Saturday, contributing to fears of military spillover.
By MICHAEL WILNER
NGO Monitor presents Middle East funding bias to EU parliament.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
GE manager says greater threat than boycott movement would be for Israel to lose competitive edge through excessive taxes, bureaucracy, or decline in educational excellence.
By NIV ELIS
“I come here today as a son of the Jewish people and as the President of the State of Israel to you the victims to share your pain of memory of the crime that was committed here.”
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Prior to his election, Rivlin pledged that he would visit the city if he won the race.
Trouble for state with 3 witnesses in sexual assault case against Jerusalem police chief.
Is the Boycott, Divestments and Sanctions movement truly a threat to Israel?
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Student failed to disclose trip after groups urged candidates in student government elections to sign a pledge promising not to accept trips to Israel.
Stakeholders from government and non-governmental organizations testify in Knesset hearing on matter.
By SAM SOKOL
Students of the medical school are some of the country’s best and brightest citizens, be they Christian Arab, Muslim or Jew – serving as a model of coexistence.
By QANTA AHMED
In excess of 100 Middle East studies scholars and librarians signed a petition boycotting Israeli academic institutions and submitted it for publication to the Jadaliyya website.
Itamar Avnon's father writes on Facebook that family is waiting for official notice of death, but confirms his son was aboard plane.
At beginning of weekly cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Netanyahu says that rescue efforts of kidnapped boys will inevitably lead to friction with Palestinian civilians.
The quadrennial elementary school assessment Meitzav is used to assess and compare the performances of schools across the country.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat vowed to restore order to the city, which has seen a sharp rise in Arab violence since the beginning of the summer.
By RUTHIE BLUM
People often confuse those who love Israel and those who hate it.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
In the mind of many, a mix of positions renders people like me ineligible to participate in Left politics.
By CARY NELSON
Young people must have the opportunity of experiencing Israel, meeting their Israeli peers and understanding, above all else, the full meaning of having a Jewish state.
By BRENDA KATTEN
Many argue that the rigid application of this model by Trajtenberg and his own group of in-house economists, has transformed the country’s universities into factories.
By DAVID NEWMAN
With the Kerry process dead-ended, Israel should move to reinforce its presence in areas well within national consensus – such as the Jordan Valley and the E-1 corridor.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
The Palestinians have remained reluctant to negotiate with Israel, something which the Hamas takeover of Gaza in the aftermath of the Israeli evacuation contributed to.
By DANIEL TAUBER
Israel Apartheid Week, that just ended across the United States
By DAN DIKER
Thanks to Kerry, the two sides are close, perhaps closer than ever to such a new vision that will make peace possible.
By JAY ROTHMAN
Our ability to cope with failed peace efforts, however, should not preclude us from presenting our positions with strength.
By ISI LEIBLER
Wisconsin-Madison students succeed in ensuring that their university creates and maintains peaceful ties with Israel, despite BDS and ASA movements.
By ALEXANDRA ZIMMERN
If, as Veldkamp says, world opinion “will favor the Palestinians as long as there is no progress in the negotiations,” there is absolutely no point in trying to ingratiate ourselves with foreign powers.
By Jerusalem Post Readers
A total of nine terrorists were killed in exchanges of fire on Tuesday. The IDF reported two wounded