03.24.2017 | 26 Adar, 5777
US stresses 'concern' with Israeli settlements after intensive talks
Taking the war to the BDS activists
Palestinian petrol bomb thrower killed by IDF in West Bank
Terrorism victim’s parents witness sealing of killer’s home
Bomb threat suspect, named Michael Kaydar, used Bitcoin, Google Voice
Former US special envoy on antisemitism 'surprised' by JCC perpetrator
In spite of crisis, IBC continues hiring IBA staff
Poll: 11% say Netanyahu was truthful on political crisis
Israel and the US to collaborate on PTSD treatment programs
Analysis: How worried are Israel’s leaders about Putin’s Syrian warning?
Yet another ‘poke in the eye’ by IBC broadcaster Kan
'IDF unsure of extent of prostitution among its soldiers'
Opera: Gazzetta giggles
Top 10 things to do
Classical: Ethnic cello,
Israelis, Palestinians await resolution at May’s FIFA Congress
No pressure on blue-and-white in Spain
Mac TA switches gears in Euroleague
Blue-and-white realistic heading into Spain showdown
Trump and State Governors Have Declared a State of Emergency on Opioid Abuse
Tech Talk: Coding for kids can now be fun
Insulin resistance can lead to faster cognitive decline
Your investments: Now is the time - You can change
Dramatic rise in opiate use worries health system, politicians
High schoolers turn ideas into prizes at scientists competition
A multi-pronged approach to
water economy innovation
$900,000 awarded to Israeli-American mobile video tech partnership
Migrating starlings swoop over southern Israel
Environmental Protection Ministry orders closure of ammonia facility
Grapevine: Rating isn’t everything
My Word: Bad breaking broadcasting news
Column One: Trump’s greatest deal
Fundamentally Freund: Does Israel want more Ethiopian Jews?
British MP: Iran is trying to threaten Israel by establishing a second front in Syria
Ten Egyptian soldiers killed in Sinai fighting
London's ramming attack marks the new, go-to method of choice of today's terrorists
Family of missing CIA consultant Robert Levinson sues Iran in US court
Mossad chief: Iran is main threat to Israel with or without nuclear deal
Iran loses thousands, 10 generals in Syria-Iraq wars
Turkish ambassador: Iran's regional ambitions must be contained
Will ISIS use chemical weapons against Israel or Israelis in Europe?
US weighs deploying up to 1,000 'reserve' troops for ISIS fight
France's far-right Le Pen loses EU parliament immunity over ISIS tweets
ISIS fanatics call on supporters to 'terrorize' Jewish people in the West
‘Antisemitism is still a concern'
Earliest Jewish manuscript in New World to return to Mexico
Canadian family discovers heirloom on display at Yad Vashem
Senate approves David Friedman as Israel ambassador
Iron Dome start-up to provide critical support to New York Power Authority
Enticing Israeli startups to expand to Germany
Tech Talk: Israeli satellite to be launched into space
Intel buying Mobileye for $15 billion in biggest Israeli hi-tech deal ever
House and Senate introduce bipartisan bills combating Israel boycotts
Ivanka Trump scores West Wing office, government security clearances
Trump immigration lawyer on travel ban: 'What happens to Muslims can happen to Jews'
FBI director confirms Trump team under investigation for Russia ties
Analysis: Clinton falls amid assault on establishment
Clinton concedes: 'We have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling'
Hillary Clinton and the glass ceiling: Cracked but intact
NY hassidic village loyal to Clinton despite Trump popularity among ultra-Orthodox
Trump reportedly picks friend of Jared Kushner to serve in administration
Trump calls UN 'sad,' days after Israeli settlements vote
Saddam Hussein's daughter touts Trump's 'political sensibility'
Dermer calls on Trump to move embassy to Jerusalem
This week in 60 seconds: Terror hits central London
Jerusalem Grapevine: Changes at the Waldorf Astoria
Israeli-American mogul Haim Saban gets Hollywood star
Parashat Vayakhel-Pekudei: Wisdom residing deep in the heart
Podcast: Three Ladies, Three Lattes
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
Pregnant Jenna Jameson to give baby Hebrew name
President Trump expecting ninth grandchild, from son Eric and his wife, Lara
Wonder Woman Gal Gadot welcomes second 'wonder baby'
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
A surprisingly unorthodox education minister?
Time to make the leap to start-up government
Extending a cultural helping hand
Solving the riddle of Elsa Weiss
in the sea
Sit up and listen
City Notes: From shipwrecked to seabound
Harnessed to freedom
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סֶקֶר עַל הָעִישוּן וְעַל שְתִייַת הָאַלְכּוֹהוֹל
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Thousands gather to see restored site of Jesus’s tomb in Jerusalem
Tomb of Jesus reopens in Jerusalem after restoration
Evangelicals' role is to be an ‘articulate advocate’ for Israel, Eagles’ Wings founder says
Czech Parliament Representatives in Israel
Canadian Delegation in Israel: “It’s a privilege to be here”
Bosnian President Plants a Tree in Jerusalem’s Grove of Nations
JNF USA Leadership Mission Visits Northern Israel
KOSHER IN CUZCO
Radical Islamic immigration strategy
The Oscars and Hollywood's hypocrisy; Dear Hollywood, If You Want To Help Women, You Must Strictly And Unapologetically Defend The Values That Have Allowed Women To Thrive.
The New Israel Fund's Law of Return
Police spokeswoman Luba Samri acknowledged that police face particular challenges in combating “lone-wolf” attackers.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
Jewish voters less inclined to support right-wing candidate.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Le retour de l'ancien premier ministre est-il possible ?
By LAHAV HARKOV
Une carrière brillante, une chute douloureuse. Hommage à une grande figure de la politique israélienne
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Le chef de la coalition a une manière bien à lui de tenir ses troupes et d’aller au bout de ses objectifs
By SARAH STONE / JERUSALEM INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH
By PEGGY CIDOR
Jerusalem’s newest museum is a must-see gem that tells the compelling story of Levi Eshkol and his contributions at a crucial point in our history.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
For years, the Jerusalem city council was considered one of the strongholds of the party, but the glory of the past has faded away.
Jerusalem city hall is preparing itself for an audit by hiring one of their own.
But when given choices of who is most fit to be prime minister, Netanyahu was selected more than other.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The law will apply restrictions on political party funding.
By UDI SHAHAM
Goumha Azbarga says liberal Israelis must safeguard the rights of the minority.
By BEN LYNFIELD
In spite of these various possibilities, it would seem unlikely that any new political realignment will be reached at present.
By JEREMY SHARON
Future candidates for PM are jostling for position, preparing for a post-Netanyahu era that might not be near.
If Gal-On’s proposal is approved at a party convention on Tuesday, the primary will likely be held in September.
The veteran Israeli actor speaks to the ‘Post’ on acting with Richard Gere, politics and resisting the temptation of Hollywood.
By HANNAH BROWN
Yacimovich complained that women make 30% less than men.
The new polling data comes against a background of ongoing difficulties for Netanyahu with the criminal investigations into him.
Efforts will also be made to complete a merger with MK Tzipi Livni's Hatnua Party.
The report is expected to criticize Netanyahu's handling of the security cabinet ahead of and during the 2014 operation in Gaza, especially regarding the issue of terror tunnels dug by Hamas.
Sources close to Shaked say coalition chairman bullying cabinet
Urges Netanyahu and Trump not to form a terror state.
The Shin Bet committed in June to telling political activists they do not need to come when summoned for questioning.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
It is a particularly significant anniversary year because the New York-born Elkins was for 17 years the BBC’s voice from Jerusalem, and this year marks the half-century of the reunification of Jerusalem.
As corruption investigations pile up, Benjamin Netanyahu’s potential early departure is likely to produce an early election with unpredictable results.
Initiative seeks to limit lawmakers to five ‘private bills’ per year.
The PM could be toppled by his own hedonism and hubris as the corruption probes heat up.
MKs across spectrum had little to spin out of Amona evacuation.
Ministers have been passing the buck on issue for years.
The party membership of those who did not renew it during the recent recruitment drive expired on December 31.
AMONG THE Jewish jokes that are frequently revived is the one about the illiterate immigrant to America who applied for a job as a beadle in a synagogue
Deri announced the ordinance’s cancellation in March, and already canceled the sections that could already be voided without a vote in the Knesset.
Neeman was a fixture in governments led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB,LAHAV HARKOV
Israel Policy Forum's Dr. Nimrod Novik said Netanyahu made “a series of very unimpressive, almost hysterical, certainly pathetic threats to various countries."
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Politicians respond to Friday nights UN Security Council vote.
In her job as State Control Committee chairwoman, MK Karin Elharar doesn’t cut the government, or herself, any slack.
Likud sources revealed to The Jerusalem Post that Netanyahu was concerned that the Supreme Court might make him give up one of the three portfolios he held besides prime minister.
Karlov was one of the first to respond to a letter Israel's ambassador to Turkey sent to colleagues, and apparently it was one of his last official acts before being killed.
By HERB KEINON
The Romanians turned to the Israeli strategists because of their successful track record and their experience using new media.
Huberman was a brilliant violinist who was born in Czestochowa, Poland, where the home of the philharmonic orchestra that bears his name is in the Bronislaw Huberman Hall.
"We also need to be able to govern," prime minister tells cabinet.
In 2015, there were 12 postings for national service in organizations that would fall under the bill’s purview.
“This was populism and oversimplifying by those who see only black and white, and especially black."
Guatemala’s president invites prime minister for what would be first-ever visit by Israeli leader.
Miriam Eshkol served in the Palmah, on convoys to the besieged Jerusalem, and in the War of Independence, in the artillery.
The bill would allow destroying the property of arsonists who harmed the security of the state. It would also enable victims of the fire to receive aid received by terror victims.
"Our mandate comes from our residents and we work to benefit their lives.”
PM defends himself against claims of corruption in the purchase of additional submarines.
The Zionist Union faction called on Attorney-General Avihai Mandelblit to investigate both Netanyahu’s behavior and his reaction, “which incites against an Israel journalist, on the border of condoni
Island nation thanks for its support in international forums by PM.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Foreign Ministry Vice Director-General and Ambassador Jeremy Issacharoff explains.
Cabinet vote on reversing plans for IBA delayed by at least three weeks.
By LAHAV HARKOV,GREER FAY CASHMAN
More coalition than opposition MKs were present during so called walk-out.
The Defense Minister also criticized those who have revisited the history of the IDF and undermined widely-accepted narratives of heroism.
The biggest plus for Israel on the new council is the US, returning to the council following a mandatory one-year absence after serving two consecutive three-year terms.
Federation of Local Authorities in Israel chairman and Modi’in-Maccabim-Re’ut mayor talks
to the "Post" about the challenges he faces, and does not rule out running for national office.
By STEVE LINDE
A man of the people regardless of his high office, Navon wanted to give the public a chance to visit the president of the state without the pomp and ceremony which creates a wedge between them.
When someone like Gold suddenly leaves, it raises questions about what it is about working with the prime minister that seems to compel top people to leave his side prematurely?
Neal Imperial: I admire the quality and depth of strategic thinking and analysis you can’t find anywhere else.
MKs say former chief of staff Benny Gantz does not have the elbows for politics, but that’s why he is so sought after.
The Chilean MPs called to expand ties with Israel in the areas of water resources, entrepreneurship and innovation.
When there have been past disputes on matters of religion and state, compromises between political parties proved unreachable.
For the first time since the 2014 Gaza war, and in some ways the first time in decades, a major international body and Israel seem about to take cooperation on war crimes issues to a new level.
Could Israel lose both Ben-Eliezer and Katz in just under a week – one to death and the other to political demise?
So chances are UTJ will continue to rest easy in Netanyahu’s government, both on Shabbat and during the rest of the week.
Right-wing MKs led a “Liberty Index” promoting the free market and individual liberty, while left-wing MKs topped the “Social Index” for socioeconomic policies.
Likud MKs propose bill prohibiting lawmakers from appearing at events without an Israeli flag present.
Ya'alon quit the Knesset and blasted the Likud in May after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu replaced Ya'alon with Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman as defense minister.
More and more of his friends have been hired to junior-level positions in the Prime Minister’s Office.
Like other countries, Israel is seeing a decline in the appeal of liberalism. Can it remain Jewish and democratic?
By TAMAR HERMANN
Groundbreaking journalist Bambi Sheleg, who died of cancer at 58, defied Israel’s social and ideological divisions and willed the country’s reinvention.
Almost 70 years after making aliya, former defense minister Moshe Arens says time is on Israel’s side and that the Jewish state is the biggest success story of all time.
By ANDREW FRIEDMAN
A grass-roots women’s organization is hoping to change the dynamics of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
By PATRICIA GOLAN
Electoral reform won't suffice to fix the short-term-ism that is destroying Israel’s capacity for long-term planning; reform of the internal processes of the parties themselves is required.
By YOHANAN PLESNER
The first English biography of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spills the beans on the longtime statesman.
By BEN FISHER
A round-up of news from around Israel.
Shas's Deri enlists help of vegetable to enhance his sorrow at the passing of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in 2015 video that went viral on Sunday.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Yesh Atid’s plan for religious tolerance would enable people who believe that riding a bus on Shabbat does not impact on their Jewishness to do so.
By PAMELA PELED
A round-up of Jerusalem affairs.
When the IBA demonstrators tried to enter the Histadrut compound, the gates were locked, just as those at the IBA may be locked in a little over a month’s time.
The real agenda is clear: Gorka has written forcefully about the need to defeat the jihadi threat to Western civilization.
By BRUCE ABRAMSON AND JEFF BALLABON
Encountering Peace: The political reality to the Left of Netanyahu is splintered and fractured over egos and severely lacking in political integrity.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Eyes are now set on the upcoming elections in the Netherlands, France and Germany, in which rightwing candidates are set to gain strength or even control of the government.
By ELIE PODEH
There were talks. We each had something to offer the other.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
It has been a very difficult transition so far and I predict it will be a very difficult 100 days, fraught with massive conflict, challenge and name calling.
By MICAH HALPERN
The Israeli public lacks the essential tools to oppose the troubling current developments that increasingly marginalizes these principles.
By MARC NEUGROSCHEL
Don't be disillusioned; There is hope.
By RUTHIE BLUM
It’s the Jewish press that aggrandizes the influence and numbers of the Left.
By HAROLD GOLDMEIER
It is not just the Right that has used demography in political campaigns in Israel.
By JOEL BRAUNOLD
Few people have anything good to say about ‘old politics.’
By DANNY ORBACH
Utmost efforts must be made to minimize coercion and engage in dialogue in which all parties compromise.
By ISI LEIBLER
Ehud Barak comes and goes as he pleases, and thinks this shouldn’t bother us as we look desperately for a new leader.
“Remaining silent and running for prime minister are not the only two options,” Ehud Barack said.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The risk that Netanyahu poses to the special relationship with the US is anything but coincidental. It reflects his deeply hardheaded politics.
By AMIR PERETZ
Those in most non-oil producing countries don’t know ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson.
I grew up in the US, was politically socialized in the US, and was imbued with a certain degree of reverence – yes, reverence – for its political system.