03.29.2017 | 2 Nisan, 5777
Exclusive: US planning Israeli-Palestinian-Gulf peace summit, sources say
Officer who attacked Arab driver on video expected to be indicted
Britney Spears to perform in Israel, promoters say BDS influence waning
Israeli Minister: The Bible — not Google — gives Israel moral right to land
Israeli-made Spike missile to be used on Philippine helicopters
Netanyahu: Foreign relations expanding
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Haredim stage mass protest over draft arrests
Shaked vs Bennett poll adds to circus in Bayit Yehudi race
Glick files Supreme Court petition to allow MK visits to Temple Mount
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No event has been formally planned, and additional sources from both Israel and the US denied that a summit was the purpose of a recent flurry of American diplomatic activity in the region.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Rajoub tells Post that Palestinian leadership is optimistic about the future.
By ADAM RASGON
The security cabinet gave the approvals at an October 5 meeting. Its deliberations and decisions are generally kept secret, but on Thursday Haaretz reported on the approvals.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,HERB KEINON
The state initially asked for a two-day delay. Then on Thursday it stated that it wanted to wait three months.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
The Two States One Homeland initiative calls for open borders, freedom of movement, and cross-border residency and citizenship rights for all.
By ANDREW FRIEDMAN
PM’s office says the issue of the Arab Peace Initiative was not raised during his talks with the Russian president .
A two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict may soon be impossible, France warned on Friday as it held the international conference.
Arab foreign ministers welcomed the French initiative and France's attempt to encourage both Israeli and Palestinian factions to the negotiations table.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Raising the Palestinian flag at the UN is a symbolic gesture. The UN has not accepted Palestine as a member state.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Abbas is scheduled to visit the UN in New York on September 30, in time for the United Nations to execute its decision.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Security experts: Israel should avoid playing Hamas's double game of truce in Gaza and terrorism in the West Bank.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
"Iran's enemies are the enemies of Jerusalem," Nasrallah said, calling the Islamic Republic and its support for "resistance movements" the "only hope left for this region, after God."
Palestinian Football Association President has claimed that 'nothing had improved in the way Israel was "persecuting Palestine footballers, athletes and the movement of sporting equipment".
Rice reiterates US opposition to Israeli settlement activity, seeks commitment to two-state solution.
Protesters came with banners reading "Make Peace Not War" and "Free Gaza from Hamas" and held a picket line as conference attendees and demonstrators walked by.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Physicians are first to be given permits to drive to work inside Israel
By FELICE FRIEDSON,MEDIA LINE
Begin, Edelstein accuse 'Yediot' of lying to help the Left; Bennett under fire for using alleged "concessions document" to campaign for right-wing votes.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Former envoy to peace talks hints that US would be part of such a resolution that would “lay out and preserve the principles of a two-state solution in the future.”
By HERB KEINON
Farmers came to Israel on Wednesday for a two-day continuing education program organized by the Civil Administration, to learn about some of the strawberry growth methods being used in Israel.
By SHARON UDASIN
The proposal calls for the full withdrawal of Israel to the pre-1967 lines by November 2016.
Behavioral economics can have lessons for some of the toughest problems Israeli policy-makers face, including peace negotiations.
By NIV ELIS
EXCLUSIVE: IDF's Chief West Bank prosecutor denies complaints of abuse, excessive arrests of Palestinian minors.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Abbas set to announce unity gov't despite unresolved internal disputes; Hamas states it will consider the announcement a "unilateral step" by Fatah.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
In exchange for “unilateral redeployment” in W. Bank, Israel could demand from Quartet a quid pro quo that should include no boycotts, other incentives.
Speaking in Tokyo, PM expresses hope that unity deal will dissolve and Israel will be able to return to "genuine" peace negotiations.
Meetings set to take place Friday, after Thursday's talk yielded "no breakthrough," Palestinian source said.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,HERB KEINON
There are reportedly still wide gaps between the sides, with Israel insisting on the deportation of 14 Israeli Arabs to Gaza or abroad.
Marking Palestinian Prisoner Day, PA says its ratification of Geneva Convention makes Israel liable for war crimes over prisoner issue; Israeli officials respond: Entire Palestinian leadership should be indicted.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,TOVAH LAZAROFF
In wake of peace talks crisis, PM orders cessation of cooperation with PA; Herzog: Netanyahu giving fuel to those who hate Israel.
By HERB KEINON,LAHAV HARKOV,REUTERS
Official quotes Abbas: "Israel scares no one. They can do what they want."
Former Labor leader claims PA president discussed possibility of Jewish settlers remaining in Palestinian state in May, 2013.
The first thing that Hamas have won is an end to the peace talks; a development they rejected from the outset.
By NEVILLE TELLER
What is there in the Jewish psyche that impels many of us to act as advocates for everyone else’s cause but our own?
By CAREN BESNER
In her book, prominent journalist Caroline B. Glick articulates how the one-state concept is not a chimera, but a viable solution.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
FM Murray McCully stated that as a member of the UN security council, he will prioritize the renewal of peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine.
Palestinian official says Quartet is useless and should dissolve itself.
According to Bar, in recent weeks, European parliamentarians have taken an interest in his plan and its idea of creating two states before a final agreement is struck.
Prime Minister Netanyahu declares he is ready to immediately renew peace negotiations with the Palestinians without preconditions.
Fabius spoke in Cairo in advance of his arrival in Israel for a meeting on Sunday with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem and PA President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,REUTERS
Israel cannot allow itself to be stampeded into a peace agreement that isn’t worth the paper it’s written on.
By AMIEL UNGAR
For years Israel and the Palestinians have been in negotiations towards a two-state solution; two new books look at where the negotiations are going and whether the idea is still feasible.
A Fulbright scholar, author of a book on Native Americans, plans to bring a more nuanced approach to Israel back to the US.
By RIVKAH GINAT
Palestinian woman: “We are shepherds and we have nowhere else to go. We have not harmed anyone.”
By JESSICA MONTELL
PA president swears in unity gov't with Hamas in Ramallah after compromise on Ministry of Prisoner Affairs reached.
Peace will only come when the reasonable Palestinian majority silences the murderous Palestinian extremists – who usually dominate.
By GIL TROY
Daily interactions are not only inevitable, but potentially rewarding and mutually beneficial. If Palestinians and Israelis can do business together and interact on a daily basis.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The status of Palestine was to be determined at a later stage, with the Zionist factor specifically to be taken into consideration.
By ZALMAN SHOVAL
The intractability of the 100-year dispute between Jew and Arab over the Land of Israel is rooted not in its complexity, but its brutal simplicity.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
The small group of faculty who, year after year, proposed boycott motions to the UCU in the UK, achieving almost no success whatsoever beyond the headlines.
By DAVID NEWMAN
In the past the feeling was that the BDS movement was a largely ineffectual fringe group.
With so much conflict raging across the Middle East, now is hardly the time to be pushing Israel to make dangerous concessions.
By MICHAEL FREUND
It is our job now to help shift the debate, away from blaming Israel for frustrating peacemaking efforts or indicting it for nonexistent crimes, and instead hold the Palestinians accountable for their refusal to recognize and make peace with the Jewish state.
By MORTON A. KLEIN
Obama’s recent interview clearly shows Netanyahu’s continued concessions have earned him only condemnation, not commendation; and produced pressures, not praise.
For most of us it does seem a bit farfetched and fictional at this point in time but there is nothing like the familiarity of public discourse which makes previously unacceptable ideas, acceptable tomorrow.