Netanyahu meets US representative who skipped his Iran address to Congress
Netanyahu at opening Knesset session: More needs to be done to fight racism in Israel
Liberman resigning as foreign minister, says will not join next coalition
Yacimovich declares war on Livni, boycotts faction
Farewell to Lia at Jerusalem Cinematheque
Pop sensation Robbie Williams shows his love for the Holy Land at Park Hayarkon
Cat on a hot tin roof
Divide and sing
Beersheba returns to second place with tight win in Petah Tikva
Basketball: Haifa piles misery on struggling yellow-and-blue
Ashdod hoping to secure BSL survival at Gilboa’s expense
Petah Tikva all but demoted after dramatic loss
Watch: Police officer saves suicidal teen from falling to his death
IDF had policy of indiscriminate fire during Gaza war, Israeli NGO says
Home Front Command releases updated rocket alert map
Carter slams Netanyahu, praises Abbas
Tensions high along Israel-Syria border but nobody wants war
Palestinian youth tries to stab IDF soldier at West Bank checkpoint
Holocaust survivor advocate Menachem Rosensaft honored by Hebrew Union College
ISIS fighter tweets: Two of our brothers just opened fire at Texas art exhibition
Why are Germans so quick to remove Israeli flags?
Romania looks to Israel in dealing with its diaspora
Instructor calls for freedom to ‘express anti-Semitism’ on campus
Salafi jihadi group: 'Gangs of Hamas regime destroyed Gaza mosque'
Syria mortars on Golan Heights hurt two UN peacekeepers
Egyptian authorities open investigation into pornstar's provocative pictures
Salafist group in Gaza accuses Hamas of abuse, torture
Sisi, Saudi king discuss Yemen amid conflicting reports over ground troops presence
Israeli researchers get grant to develop robots to help the elderly
Finalist to compete in Britain’s FameLab competition will be chosen on Thursday
Teva still targets Mylan despite rejection
World Health Organization: 1 in 3 Europeans potentially exposed to asbestos at work
SolarEdge to provide inverter technology for Tesla’s solar-powered Powerwall battery
Google Street View cameras to bring Israel National Trail alive
The Travel Advisor: The walking dead
Environment Ministry fines Haifa Port NIS 3.7 million for violating clean air law
Middle school, high school students take home prizes for innovations in food loss prevention
May 4: Ethiopian protests
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Intelligence report: Uneasy quiet on all fronts
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Holocaust Day Ceremony Honoring the Heroism of Jewish Rescuers
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Zion Golan becomes unlikely star in Yemen, a Muslim country he is banned to even travel to.
Shin Bet nabs senior Hamas operative who tells interrogators about secrets of organization, including sources of funding, activities in Israel.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The Muslim Brotherhood claimed on its website that the government froze the funds of 1,055 of its alleged charities.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
While regional threats remain real, Israel also has strong local allies, and the likelihood of a major security crisis in the near future remains reasonably low.
By JONATHAN SPYER
Quand l’Occident – et surtout l’Amérique – comprendront-ils enfin que la prolongation d’un conflit sanglant au Sinaï ne peut qu’avoir un effet déstabilisateur sur tous les pays de la région ?
By ZVI MAZEL
Alors que Barack Obama multiplie les concessions sur le dossier iranien, Benjamin Netanyahou doit rester ferme face à la présidence américaine
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
L’Egypte, l’Arabie Saoudite et les Etats du Golfe ont trouvé un terrain d’entente : les menaces posées par l’islam radical
L’Occident est au pied du mur. Un rapport des Emirats épingle noir sur blanc ces associations qui prônent la terreur sous couvert de bienfaisance
Les Frères musulmans sont apparus sur le devant de la scène lors du Printemps arabe si mal nommé. On les a vus accéder au pouvoir par le biais d’élections libres en Egypte et en Tunisie, pour en être chassés peu après par leurs peuples qui découvraient leur véritable objectif
L’administration Obama a abandonné ses alliés traditionnels de la région, précisément au moment où le fanatisme monte en flèche. Le Moyen-Orient peut exploser à tout moment
37 Islamists sentenced to death, while hundreds more handed life sentences, accused of preaching Jewish Talmud by court.
Ratification of least Islamic, most democratic constitution since Sadat may give strongman Sisi legitimacy to tackle country’s severe economic woes.
Authorities condemn Sinai attack; at least two killed in clashes in Egypt as referendum vote results on new constitution due.
A look into what Egypt is doing to stop the swarm of terror attacks in the country.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Israel has been left with no option but to retaliate after Hamas made it amply clear by its behavior that it had no genuine intention of returning to the cease-fire of 2012.
By JAGDISH N SINGH
Currently the only Gulf country that openly supports the Muslim Brotherhood is Qatar. This has led the formerly mentioned Gulf countries to turn against Qatar to the extent that they recently withdrew their ambassadors from Qatar.
By TAWFIK HAMID
If Israel keeps Barghouti in prison, then Dahlan is well placed to sweep Mahmoud Abbas aside and become the next Palestinian president.
In the current political atmosphere in Egypt, General al-Sissi is the strong, rational man who can bring more stability to the country and the whole region.
The latest referendum results in favor of the new Egyptian constitution are completely in line with the clearly observable shift in Egyptian society against the Muslim Brotherhood and political Islam.
Despite being still imperfect in some areas, the constitution is certainly a step forward, and is already vastly superior to the former Islamist constitution.
The Muslim Brotherhood is ready to accept certain moves that contradict their true ideological beliefs, as long as it enables them to reach their end goal in the long-run.
Is the UK's decision to order a review of the Muslim Brotherhood a sign the West is beginning to see the organization’s true motives?
Toppling of Mohamed Morsi has weakened the movement; winning elections in Tunisia remains its last hope to gain power democratically; won’t make up for loss of Egypt.
Three Al Jazeera journalists remain incarcerated on accusations of harming Egyptian national interest.
By LINDA GRADSTEIN/THE MEDIA LINE
"We were looking for people who could provide visibility into the world of terrorism," NYPD officer says.
Islamist group allegedly moving headquarters in light of British government investigation.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
Earlier this week, Prime Minister David Cameron announced an investigation into the group's activities in Britain.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Saudi Arabia, a commercial ally of Britain and staunch foe of the Brotherhood, designated the group a terrorist organization last month.
While both Egypt and Tunisia have seen Islamist regimes gain and lose power, the differences in their trajectories are stark.
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
For the Saudis and other Gulf Arab states, and Egypt as well, Qatar has become insufferable.
The struggles in the Arab world are more about the shaping of neo-traditionalist politics than a straight fight for democracy and civil rights.
By ASHER SUSSER
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East.
By COMPILED BY THE MEDIA LINE
Group reportedly planned to shoot down helicopter carrying Morsi to trial or poison his food in prison.
CIA director met with Egyptian President on Sunday in Cairo; three killed in Sinai blast.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON,REUTERS
Morsi faces charges of inciting murder of protesters, espionage and escaping prison.
The bomb targeted a minibus outside the city's stadium.
Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Badie to spend life in prison, others given death penalty.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,REUTERS
British-Lebanese human rights lawyer urges Egyptian president to expedite release of Canadian-Egyptian reporter.
The Muslim Charities Forum has acted as an umbrella group for Muslim aid organizations that operate in 71 countries, with a combined income of £108 million.
By JERRY LEWIS
Qatar's support for Muslim Brotherhood and Mohamed Morsi had driven a wedge between the countries.
Judge says Muslim Brotherhood conspired with Hamas, Hezbollah to infiltrate Egypt, topple Mubarak
UAE says Council on American-Islamic Relations should be banned, US disagrees.
Unlike former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi, the leader of Tunisia's Islamist Ennahda party acted pragmatically when faced with overwhelming opposition.
In an e-mailed statement, the Brotherhood called the attacks a "massacre" and offered condolences to the victims' families.
"Qataris would not encourage Islamists to depart without serious threats from other GCC members."
Turkey has also been reported as a possible destination for Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal.
Former Muslim Brotherhood leader says the organization communicated with extremist groups in Sinai and set up training camps with them when former president Morsi was in power.
Egyptian president accuses the two nations and the Muslim Brotherhood of trying to destabilize Egypt, the Egypt Independent reports.
Judicial sources say court also upholding sentence for at least 182 supporters of outlawed Islamist group's leader.
Defeated candidate in Egypt's presidential election appeals results that gave former army chief al-Sisi victory; leftist politician Sabahi won 3% of votes against over 93% of votes cast for Sisi, according to judicial sources.
In Qatar, Turkey, Britain and elsewhere, hundreds of activists have set about trying to isolate Egypt's army-backed government diplomatically.
Egyptian court sentences 155 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to jail terms and gives 54 of them life sentences.
Another Egyptian court sentenced the leader of the Brotherhood and 682 supporters to death earlier this week.
The Al-Aksa mosque has been involved with promoting extreme rhetoric in the past, calling for the destruction of US, UK and France.
Decree creates possibility for hundreds of millions of Muslims from around world to visit holy site; fatwa says visits not be normalization of ties with Israel.
By YASSER OKBI
Seeking the death penalty for the Brotherhood's general guide, Mohamed Badie, and his followers is certain to raise tensions in Egypt.
Hashemite security forces capture 5 jihadists en route to fight in Syria.
For now, Sisi enjoys the adulation of the majority of Egyptians, who see him as a savior following three decades of Mubarak and three turbulent years since his demise.
The move is meant to isolate the coastal city from others in the Sinai region and to control entry and exit points, according to Egyptian media.
59-year-old who deposed Mohamed Morsi says Egypt threatened by terrorists and he will work to make a country "free of fear."
State Department says death penalty for 529 defendants after a two-day summary proceeding cannot be reconciled with int'l human rights law.
Experts doubtful about veracity of report that secret negotiations are ongoing between the government and the Brotherhood.
123 of the defendants were present at sentencing, others were either released, out on bail or on the run.
Saudi Interior Ministry also lists Nusra Front and the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, whose fighters are battling Syrian President Assad.
Security forces say that Hamas members that became Egyptian citizens have taken part in terrorist attacks.
Islamist militant group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, responsible for Taba bus attack, Eilat rockets, threatens tourists to leave Egypt before Feb. 20.
State requiring all mosque preachers to give same sermons; Jordanian PM to arrive in Cairo for talks
"Egyptian Jon Stewart" hosts first airing of show since it was pulled 3 months ago; pans public for lionizing army chief Sisi.
TV personality who released an anti-Obama video last year wants to run to "annoy the Brotherhood every day."
Muslim Brotherhood founder Sheikh al-Banna introduced the concept of "the art of death" in 1947, ordering his men to prepare for jihad using the group's secret battalions. Is today's Brotherhood heading in the same direction?
While forces fire in air to scatter anti-government protesters, thousands of others chant support for army chief Sisi.
Egyptian authorities may not be satisfied that terrorist operations will cease until Hamas rule over the Gaza Strip comes to an end, expert tells 'Post.'
Muslim Brotherhood supporters clash with police as army chief holds over to remove Islamic language from constitution.
Islamists have demonstrated every day since gov't declared Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group last month.
Interior Minister accuses Hamas of cooperating with Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt to provide logistical support to the the jihadist group.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON, REUTERS
300 Muslim Brotherhood-supporting university students block road near Defense Ministry, chanted anti-police and army slogans.
In 2013, Sisi stood up to domestic and international opposition to wrestle power over Egypt from the Muslim Brotherhood.
Gaza government reaffirms solidarity with ousted movement, rejects calls to sever connections with the Brotherhood.
Following uptick in attacks and violence, Chuck Hagel offers US assistance investigating incidents during phone call with Egyptian army chief.
Three senior Muslim Brotherhood figures flee Egypt; police and Cairo students clash for third day running.
Tensions flare in Cairo, several other cities, in first large protests since the gov't declared the Brotherhood a terrorist organization.
The struggle between Erdogan's AKP Party, Gulen’s Hizmet movement comes down to 2 radically different views of Islam; Erdogan's faction identifies with the "Arab Islam," while Gulen's supporters prefer "the Islam of the Turks."
US believes Egypt going "way too far" in crackdown, says not considering labeling Muslim Brotherhood as terrorist organization.
At least 4 injured; attack comes after Egypt declares Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization; suicide bomb attack kills 16 days earlier.
After violent crackdown fails to completely neutralize the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, the new regime turns to legal action to achieve complete victory, charging Morsi with conspiring with Hamas, Hezbollah.
With many male members jailed, besieged Islamist group is calling up an unlikely reserve force against the army-backed gov't.
Fight against terror continues in Sinai as Egyptian troops thwart two suicide car bomb attacks.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON AND REUTERS
Pro-Morsi alliance calls for renewed protests this weekend in memory of killed protesters, imprisoned activists.
The constitution seems to fit relatively well with Western and Israeli interests in seeing the continued crackdown against Islamists and less emphasis on Islam.
Al-Sisi will in all likelihood offer a compromise acceptable to the majority of Egyptians who are in favor of at least part of Shari’a law.
New bill requires police permission for demonstrators; anti-government protesters swarm streets after bill announced.
"I will never respect those who come to power through military coups," says Erdogan after Cairo accuses Turkey of backing Muslim Brotherhood.
Cairo accuses Turkey of backing Muslim Brotherhood, inciting against military-backed regime; Ankara deems Egyptian envoy "persona non grata."
Some Islamists have asked to open a dialogue with the military-backed Egyptian gov't, but army will likely continue with its crackdown on them.
150 million out of 400 million European Union citizens believe in the conspiracy theory that Israel is conducting a war of extermination against the Palestinians.
By MANFRED GERSTENFELD
From it’s earliest days, the Muslim Brotherhood used violence as a strategy. It formed a “secret apparatus” to attack government officials and foreigners in Egypt, even killing two Egyptian prime ministers.
By MICHELE BACHMANN
America is disengaging itself from the Middle East while seemingly encouraging extremist forces. It is a well-known fact that nature abhors a vacuum. What happens next is anybody’s guess.
"Palestinian sovereignty on Israeli citizens would be dangerous, for the Palestinians would kill them. Not a pleasant possibility!"
By Jerusalem Post Readers
Unlike what many of Jordan’s king supporters in the West might believe, he is not an anti-Islamist, and the Jordanian public is not pro-MB.
By MUDAR ZAHRAN