Jpost Roundtable: The effects of Operation Protective Edge
Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Correspondent Herb Keinon and Managing Editor David Brinn debate what they think will be the lasting effects of Israel's latest conflict.
By HERB KEINON,SAM SOKOL,DAVID BRINN
Bringing the power of words to the big screen
Director Brian Percival provides ‘The Post’ with an inside look at adapting the novel ‘The Book Thief ’ about an orphan in Nazi Germany.
By HANNAH BROWN
An extraordinary story
For Alon Tal, Israeli forests are models for reforestation throughout the world.
By sharon udasin
The 'stuff' TV shows are made of
I find it fascinating to learn the history of an old table, vase, doll, painting, dish or piece of jewelry and discover its inherent value.
By RUTH BELOFF
Animix festival honors Yaakov Kirschen
Beloved longtime cartoonist for the 'Post' was honored last week with a medal for lifetime achievement at the Animix Festival in Arad
By HANNAH BROWN
February 28: Shame either way
As long as Israeli governments do not take serious steps to increase the supply of housing to answer the increasing demand, prices will increase.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
'Ma'ariv' trustee backs sale to 'Jerusalem Post'
Hebrew daily trustee recommends selling troubled newspaper to 'Post' publisher Eli Azuri for NIS 4 million.
By GLOBES/LI-OR AVERBACH
Anonymous targets Israel, JPost repels hackers
"Concerted and pointed attempt to bring down the JPost website," part of cyber attack which also targets Yad Vashem site.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Ben-Eliezer, Itzik battle for runoff against Rivlin in Israel president race
With six candidates splitting the vote, it is seen as unlikely that anyone will garner the 61 votes required to avoid a runoff.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Jordanian Palestinian who writes for ‘Post’ sentenced in Jordan to jail with hard labor
Mudar Zahran has been granted asylum by the UK; says source close to Abdullah told him Jordan pushing for east J'lem control.
By Ariel Ben Solomon