Intermittent clashes dot tense quiet in Jerusalem
Security official: Jerusalem rioting could persist for weeks, even months
Police on high alert at Temple Mount after Fatah calls for 'day of rage'
Jewish and Arab Abu Tor residents fearful following early-morning shootout, rioting
Friend and colleagues describe Glick as quiet, dignified and dedicated to the cause
Israeli right-wingers launch campaign of incitement against Rivlin
Ya'alon comes to Rivlin's defense, slams 'harsh language' aimed at president
Sweden says relations with Israel excellent, despite recalling of ambassador
SodaStream to relocate its sole West Bank factory
104% increase seen in children’s deaths from drowning this year
Rx for Readers: Shining bright from the water pipe
Hadassah union chief blasts management
Health minister launches pilot for mammographies from age 40 and not 50
Energy Ministry must implement, enforce energy-saving policies, report reveals
Shapira: Transportation national plan, updates of railway system necessary
Knesset plenary passes bill eliminating free plastic bags in first reading
Five scientific balloons to launch simultaneously Wednesday in Israel, Europe
Tel Aviv U. launches fuel substitutes accelerator
Vietnam to host Israeli film festival in celebration of 20 years of diplomatic ties
Bringing jazz home
A happy cello fellow
More than nine lives
Beitar held by Netanya at Teddy Stadium, Hapoel Tel Aviv wins
Mac TA back on track with win in Berlin
Mekel released from Mavs, awaits to learn fate
Kerry phones Netanyahu to apologize over 'chickenshit' slur
US Jewish groups join opposition to Ya’alon bus separation proposal
EXCLUSIVE: Israel to provide aid to displaced Ukrainian Jews
This land is our land
Jewish Agency board of governors feuds with Eckstein
‘It all emanated from Poland’
How Hezbollah indoctrinates preschoolers to embrace 'resistance' against Israel
Iran: West should look into capital punishment
WATCH: US jets prepare to fight Islamic State in Syria, Iraq
Senior army source: Western rush to work with radical Shi'ites to fight Islamic State a 'mistake,'
Noble Prize winner Malala Yousafzai reportedly donating $50,000 to Gaza schools
Letters to the editor: Oct. 31, 2014
‘They have driven me out today, so I cannot have a share in the Lord’s possession’
Standing up to intimidation
Into the Fray: And I quote…
My Word: Headlines and bottom lines
Bellow’s Broadway blunder
A storm in a pudding cup
The ‘Israelis’ of Uganda
Hot off the Arab press
Pumpkin with Mediterranean panache
The taste of the desert
Confronting cancer Part 1
Project manager by day, world champion weightlifter by night
Grapevine: Maskit at Mamilla
This week in Jerusalem
It’s a lot more than Greek to her
Astrology for the week of October 31, 2014
Wading Through Widowhood: Back to work
Mixing and matching
The high poverty rate and other Israeli myths
Green Lines and Red Lines
Is Israel safer Than America?
Sacrificing for a dignified life on Earth: Israel, justice and human redemption
A song for Cheshvan: 'The Eucalyptus Grove'
הָאַרְכִיוֹן שֶל רוֹמַן וִישְנִיָאק
Coming of age?
Growing pains: the children of trauma
Grapevine: Synagogue spirit
Indian vs Pakistani cuisine
A potent musical force
Keeping it fresh
In the mood for oud
Pampered into peace of mind
Sheba : rééducation high-tech pour les soldats de Tsahal
Des Arabes israéliens rejoignent l’Etat islamique
Vers une 3e intifada ?
Un pied dans le monde du travail israélien
Huster dans la peau du père d’Anne Frank
Ce vieux pays résolument moderne
1909-1942 : onze femmes, un destin
Depuis 30 ans, Haïfa fait son cinéma
La nouvelle mode ? Le radicalisme
Egypte : cherche alliés désespérément…
Netanyahou sort les griffes pour Jérusalem
Coalition américaine contre l’Etat islamique : quel rôle pour les pays arabes ?
Il est temps de changer de partenaire
David Azrieli, 1922-2014
Dimanche 13 juillet
Deux familles, une histoire
Coalition : gare aux dérapages !
Une gauche en perte de repères
Bennett : le vent en poupe
Et tu choisiras la vie
An Israeli Halloween
While threats to Israel surge, so does Christian Zionism, says CUFI’s Hagee
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan in Jerusalem on private pilgrimage, meets Netanyahu
Church in east Jerusalem besieged by chronic attacks, harassment
Bethlehem Bible College – purveyor of anti-Israel propaganda
Free Schach Distribution in Honor of Sukkot
Covenant of Brothers, Covenant of Life
Celebrating the New Year in KKL-JNF Parks and Forests
International Cleanup Day in Ashkelon
Central America Celebrates Independence at the Rabin Center
European Parliament Member Bastiaan Belder Tours the Negev
KKL-JNF Helps Chile Deal with the Gall Wasp Pest
KKL-JNF and Fair Planet in Ethiopia–Seeds of Hope
Cleanup Day Activities in Central Israel
International Cleanup Day: Cleaning Together in Northern Israel
Care of the Forests Continues Even in a Sabbatical Year
Nevatim Celebrates 60 Years and Dedicates a New Reservoir
A Successful Annual Fundraising Event for KKL Milan
Der Wienerwald in Israel - The Vienna Woods in Israel
AFTER DAYS OF WAR, GIVING KIDS A CHANCE TO BE KIDS
European Leadership Conference 2014 - Brussels, Belgium
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
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Abbas pins blame for "dangerous" escalation in violence in Jerusalem on Israel's government.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,DANIEL K. EISENBUD,HERB KEINON
IDF confirms direct hit.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Following reports that Ya'alon was planning to order separate Israeli, Palestinian buses in the West Bank, Weinstein demands clarifications.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
A three-month-old infant in critical condition was evacuated to Mount Scopus' Hadassah Medical Center.
Arab suspect from capital’s Silwan neighborhood shot by police after attempting to flee scene on foot near light rail stop.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The new revelations came Sunday from the commission's now declassified questioning of former IDF head of the southern command.
It’s vital that assets be earmarked per individual family to avoid quarreling. Far too many times large families have become embroiled in inheritance issues
By AARON KATSMAN
C'tee advances plan to partly privatize state-owned companies.
By NIV ELIS
Ukrainian embassy blames synagogue firebomb attack on "stupid people or provocateurs."
By SAM SOKOL
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
By PEGGY CIDOR
We won’t be seeing an end to the violence anytime soon, experts say.
On October 29, Hadassah’s Nechama chapter will hold a memorial film night for eminent journalist Bob Slater, who died earlier this year.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Nine years after promising to put a religious Zionist at the helm of the city’s rabbinate, Mayor Nir Barkat got his wish.
The municipality and NGOs are working to encourage graduates to stay in the city.
By NAAMA BARAK
Jerusalem has the largest number of senior citizens in the country.
The secondhand store Haboydem doubles as a social business that provides transitional employment for people with mental illness.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
What does the ban on fluoridation in drinking water mean for your children?
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Contract an "important milestone in our satellite communication activity," says company official.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
The kids, aged five to ten, were driven from school back home after the driver's transit broke down.
Afeka College of Engineering in Tel Aviv received the highest rating by students standing at 4.09 on a scale of 1, the worst to 5, the best.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
US State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki calls for "speedy and transparent investigation" of incident.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,BEN HARTMAN,REUTERS
IFA says promotes equality, coexistence in over 100 leagues.
Stern’s bill would allow chief municipal rabbis to established their own conversion courts in conjunction with another two rabbinical judges.
By JEREMY SHARON
Elections are also the last thing needed by Netanyahu’s Likud or any of its coalition partners, except for Bayit Yehudi, which is doing well in the polls.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Changes also due in command level of IDF’s main training centers.
Several dozen Israelis, fewer than 4% of the 2,300 who responded "attending" on Facebook, squeezed into a square of grass that was not included in the "Sovev Tel Aviv" festivities.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Bus advertisements featuring women have frequently been vandalized by extremists in the Jerusalem’s haredi community.
The blue-and-white will be confident of making it six points out of six against a team which has lost 42 consecutive qualifiers.
By ALLON SINAI
Hapoel improves to 2-0 with big win over Nahariya while yellow-and-blue overcomes Ness Ziona.
The traditional ceremony is held at the Western Wall during the week-long holiday of Succot.
As a city with a mixed population of both Jews and Arabs, with a history that dates back to Biblical times, Lod has an important place in Rivlin’s ambitions for the nation.
PM moved up last two races in order to catch his potential competitors off guard.
Gutman looks to have starting lineup set, with veteran Ben-Haim to lead defense against Cyprus.
As the title implies, the story does more than scratch the surface; we follow the soldiers when they go home to their worried families and undergo questioning from their friends.
By CHRISTINE RYTTER
Clearly an experienced succa decorator, the president proceeded to help the youngsters build a "symbolic succa."
A ‘Farewell Party’ you may not enjoy.
By HANNAH BROWN
Campaign to include women’s images led by Yerushalmiot movement and Deputy Mayor Rachel Azaria, whose own picture was once banned on buses due to fears of haredi protests, vandalism.
Group financing appeal says German’s decision will cause harm to public health.
Event is being held globally for the 15th year in a row to increase public awareness of space research.
In post of deputy FM, he’s not involved in law enforcement.
Projected release date now written as 'LIFE.'
The Shabbat press conference was condemned by religious and secular MKs from across the political spectrum.
Protocols highlight debates, failures.
Naval units ready to switch to offensive missions and strike targets at any time.
Ben-Dahan says his ministry had fought the cuts, decision will be changed.
During Gaza war, The Lancet published a 1,600-word “Open letter for the people in Gaza” that aroused a wave of protest among advocates of Israeli around the world.
Three explosive devices were found on the suspects.
By BEN HARTMAN,DANIEL K. EISENBUD
In celebration of the harvest season, communities in the southern Arava will welcome guests for an exciting three-day celebration.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Moving on after the loss of a parent, army orphans find strength together.
By MAYA PELLEG
The southern city is getting an infusion of new energy through its student population, who are volunteering to build their own accommodations.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
In collective memory, he is remembered for his willingness to confront the Almighty and charge God with mistreatment of the Jewish people.
By LEVI COOPER
‘So that your generations will know that I caused the children of Israel to dwell in booths when I took them from the land of Egypt’ (Leviticus 23:43).
By SHLOMO RISKIN
As in past years, this Succot thousands of people will flock to the country’s many national parks in search of festive celebrations and nature tours to be enjoyed by the whole family.
Unfortunately, Israel is at war 24/7/365 with non-state actors and countries guided by religion that seek to eliminate us from the Middle East.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Though both had grown up in strongly Zionist homes – Alan in Queens, New York; Joanne in Durban, South Africa – their desire to make aliya had been pushed to the back burner.
TIP FOR THE WEEK: Good week for taking care of unfinished business.
By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE
After the ‘hagim,’ a tribute to unsung songs, and an unsung hero.
By PAMELA PELED
Notwithstanding the economic and security problems of the South, enrollment at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is flourishing.
Sergio Britva may have won gold at the World Masters Weightlifting Championships, but he doesn’t receive enough funding to focus solely on his sport.
A look at some of the local stories that took place this week.
Tel Aviv takes part in a global Jewish event.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Following on the heels of Japanese Culture Week in Jerusalem comes Austrian Culture Days in Tel Aviv.
Market swings have little bearing on the Bnei Brak real-estate scene, where homes are always in demand.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
A look at some of the stories that grabbed headlines this week, and what to expect in the coming days.
British Ambassador Matthew Gould and his wife Celia hosted a reception at their residence in Ramat Gan in honor of the British-Israel Friends of Bar-Ilan University.
Aharon Markovich makes uniquely Israeli cheeses on Moshav Nehalim.
A look at some of the events that took place this week.
Stop for a history lesson at northern sites with audio information centers.
By AVIVA BAR-AM
The 11,005 ceramic flowers that now adorn the lawns of the Eretz Israel Museum hail from 71 sheltered housing facilities and senior citizens’ homes around the country.
By BARRY DAVIS
Shlomo ‘Cheech’ Lahat, who died last week, built a city that never stops from a provincial town.
What to look out for this week.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The portion opens with God’s command to Abram to move to the Land of Israel.
The new compilation, called Fifth Quarter, contains 19 numbers composed by Jerusalem- based artists.
Abraham is the first purely self-motivated seeker of the Divine history.
Filmmaker Yael Kalinsky’s latest documentary recalls the horrors of the 1974 Ma’alot school massacre.
The Kairos4tet jazz band gets its groove on in Tel Aviv.
The future looks bright as Johanna Arbib takes up the reins as chairwoman of ALEH, hoping to propel organization to greater heights through drive, determination, a wealth of philanthropic experience.
By MAAYAN JAFFE
By EITAN AROM
Amir Peretz overcame naysayers who mocked the Iron Dome, and now he hopes to do the same with his plans for ‘environmental justice.’
By GIL HOFFMAN,SHARON UDASIN
Best-selling author Meir Shalev tells the ‘Post’ that Israel lacks ‘a true leader with vision’ and reflects on how the Bible has shaped his literary work.
By STEVE LINDE,NOA AMOUYAL
Astrology for the week of October 17, 2014.
A peek into how Israelis observed the holiday from our archives.
The CSA movement is finally gaining ground in Israel. But will ‘shmita’ throw it off track?
By AMY SPIRO
After a summer of war and heading into 'shmita,' Agriculture Minister Yair Shamir assures Israelis there will be no shortage of produce this year.
By SHARON UDASIN
MK Ruth Calderon on the launch of her new program, The Shmita Project, helping 5,000 families regain their financial independence.
By STEVE LINDE
Whenever I get depressed or disenchanted by the state of Jewish affairs, I throw some cold water over my face and look in the direction of some of the amazing people within our Jewish community.
By STEWART WEISS
Almost since the establishment of the State of Israel, there have been attempts to force the army to move out of its valuable real estate in the center of the country and into the empty Negev.
By DAVID NEWMAN
The Shabbat Project enter its final stages ahead of this weekend, in which hundreds of thousands of secular Israelis are expected to take part in Shabbat observance.
By SIMON APFEL
This ongoing divide between Zionism and Islamism continues to test Israeli decision makers grappling with how to effectively respond to internal and existential threats.
By ASAF ROMIROWSKY
UN Chief invited President Rivlin to come to New York in January to address the UN on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Facing a multitude of terror threats over the past decades, Israel has initiated, supported the development and implementation of state-of-the-art homeland security solutions.
By AVI DICHTER
The US administration now invokes the “danger” of maintaining the status quo as the central theme in its efforts to force Israel to make further unilateral concessions.
By ISI LEIBLER
British vote comes after Sweden’s new prime minister, Stefan Löfven pledged during his inaugural speech earlier this month to recognize “Palestine.”
By JPost Editorial
Rivlin himself has said: “The prime minister of Israel has a healthy respect for the presidency.”
The police force has been allowed to run wild at its highest echelons. Someone needs to straighten it out – and fast.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
Among the most striking problems that confronted some nonprofits were CEOs having extramarital affairs with their staff members.
By STEPHEN G. DONSHIK
While we are required to rejoice during every festival, Succot is an especially joyous holiday.
By SHIMSHON HAKOHEN NADEL