UNRWA declares state of emergency in Gaza after torrential rains
Shots fired from Gaza at IDF patrol, tanks return fire
British town council votes to ban all Israeli goods, in defiance of Labor policy
IDF official: 3 months after Gaza war Hamas still rehabilitating military hierarchy
EU Representative: Time running short on Gaza reconstruction
A graveside battle over Ben Gurion’s legacy
With government's fate uncertain, Netanyahu seeks commitment from haredim for next coalition
Widow of slain rabbi blames internal haredi discord for Jerusalem synagogue terror attack
Green groups demand environment minister
Slight reduction in HIV in Israel in 2013
*RX For Readers: Itchy-eyed in autumn*
Infant mortality rates higher in Arab population
Smartphones are keeping your children awake
Tech Talk: The best keyboard apps available for smartphones
Elbit Systems developing bus with supercapacitator fast-charging system
Zion Tech: Israeli start up Dogiz helps dogs and owners socialize
Zion Tech: Our Israeli start-up of the week aims to make air pollution visible
The Lion’s share
Get your gobble on: Thanksgiving in Tel Aviv
5th annual Hullegeb Festival celebrates Ethiopian culture
A man of leisure
Maccabi Tel Aviv on a roll as unbeaten CSKA comes to town
Another back-breaking loss for Jerusalem
Ga’ash, ESRA team up for golf tournament
Casspi making best of second stint as a King
Palestinian attacks condemned by foreign parliamentarians
Preserving Ben-Gurion’s legacy in the Negev
Supreme Court Judge Salim Jabraun: There is no equality for Arabs in Israel
Housing Minister pushing to allow Gazans to work in Israel
Iranian Jews gather in Yazd for rituals
Orthodox leaders condemn US rabbi for anti-Arab rhetoric
US haredim seek to share kollels’ ‘burden’
Polish town plans to turn Jewish cemetery into apartment complex
Divided US Jews largely silent on ‘Jewish state bill’
Three Egyptian security forces killed in Sinai
Is the price of watermelons relevant to Iran’s nuclear crisis?
ISIS says its flag will wave over Jerusalem, even if the Jews don't like it
Iranian Police: 200,000 people in the country are alcoholics
WATCH: Syrian child preacher says stop chasing half-naked women, look to your 72 virgins
Consider This: Living in terror’s long shadow
In Plain Language: In place of a Jewish state
The Human Spirit: Taking risks
This Normal Life: Resilience in the face of uncertainty
Out There: Bnei barbecue Akiva
Cinema of reconciliation
On the volcano’s edge
Knowledge, power and abuse
Arrivals: With a twinkle in her eye
Book Review: A gladiator in the study hall
Book Review: Disbelieving of his own survival
Hot off the Arab press
Grapevine: The history of Hansen Hospital
Less rioting, but more transportation delays
This week in Jerusalem
Wading Through Widowhood: A museum by moonlight
Grapevine: Tel Aviv baby boom
Obama: Helping terror go nuclear
On incitement, lots of talk but little action
To finally look behind the news
Recognizing Palestine – anomalies and ambiguities
A song for Kislev: 'Sea of Sheaves'
שְתִיקָתוֹ שֶל בָּרוּך
שָרִים מִקוֹל הַלֵב
An expanding city
Queen Esther's 'hijos'
YouTube recycling video goes viral in Israel
Tradition Today: The blessing of daughters
Parshat Vayetze: The power and pain of love
Like a breath of fresh air
Frontlines Podcast: The Iranian regime is ‘doomed’
Pourquoi une loi sur l’Etat-nation?
Pour ou contre des élections anticipées?
Une horreur injustifiable
Une brèche dans la démocratie
Une petite fille juive du nord de Londres
Rétrospective en noir et blanc pour la ville d’Or
L’unité : notre seule planche de salut
Daniel Oren, maestro d’Israël, d’Italie et d’ailleurs !
Arad n’a pas encore jeté l’éponge
Le pot de chocolat liégeois par qui le scandale arrive
Le dernier kibboutz
La course aux étoiles
De Maxime Hauchard à Abou Abdallah Al-Faransi, itinéraire d’un Français parti faire le Djihad
On n’invite pas un pyromane à éteindre un incendie
Tuer l’EI dans l’œuf
Le mont du Temple et la guerre sainte de l’islam
L’Occident et l’Iran jouent les prolongations
La liste des organisations terroristes qui dérange
Les « Israéliens » de Kampala
Les attentats du lundi 10 novembre vus par la presse française
Netanyahou s’adresse à la communauté francophone
Christian priest speaks out strongly in favor of Jewish state law
Hispanic Evangelicals among Israel's greatest supporters
Christians United for Israel Chairman John Hagee says Obama is anti-Semitic
Temple Mount: Common ground between Jews and Christians
Pope Francis condemns Palestinian violence
Exploring Our Heritage
Holocaust Survivors See the Negev with KKL-JNF
KKL Belgium Donates Portable Bomb Shelter to Kiryat Gat
KKL-JNF Awards 2014 Blumberg Prize
Israel and Finland Connect through the Environment
KKL-JNF Experts Visit China for Future Environmental Collaborations
Mexican Politician and Business Leader Miguel Aleman Velasco Visits KKL-JNF in Jerusalem
International Conference in Sde Boker: Combating Desertification Together
In his Footsteps: Heritage Excursions in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
Cleanup Day Activities in Central Israel
International Cleanup Day: Cleaning Together in Northern Israel
KKL-JNF's Eyes in the Forest - The Horshim Forest Green Patrol
Israel Today and Tomorrow: KKL France Mission Visits Israel
Start-up Israel: KKL Italy November Mission Learns about Israel's Past and Future
KKL-JNF and Desert Agriculture Latin American Diplomats visit the Negev
A Successful Annual Fundraising Event for KKL Milan
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
11.27.2014 | 5 Kislev, 5775
No injuries reported, vehicle sustains damage.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
81% believe Israel is trying to harm status quo on Temple Mount.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Jerusalem resident Avraham Walz, 29, was run over by Muhammad Naif el-Ja’abis on August 4.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Police looking into incident that lightly wounded two Jewish men in their twenties.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,JPOST.COM STAFF
Out of six deadly terrorist attacks carried out by Palestinian lone attackers this month, three involved perpetrators that came from the West Bank.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
‘The attacks are everywhere. I want to be able to protect myself,’ says resident.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The conviction reverses an acquittal by the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court in 2013 when that court convicted him of incitement to violence, but acquitted him of racist incitement.
Shalom Aharon Baadani, second victim of light rail attack, laid to rest in Jerusalem.
Residents of Shuafat declare day of mourning over killing of Al-Acri.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
‘Our hearts are crying but we are very tough and we will move on with our lives… this will only toughen us up,’ says Barkat at scene of attack.
Whether the third intifada or a new spin-off, Jerusalem is in the throes of the worst spate of Arab violence against Jewish residents in over a decade.
By DAVID BRINN
Transportation minister Katz: Gov’t has obligation to protect all those living in Judea and Samaria.
By SHARON UDASIN
No sirens were heard in Gaza frontier communities.
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.
Following reports that Ya'alon was planning to order separate Israeli, Palestinian buses in the West Bank, Weinstein demands clarifications.
Nissankoren pushing for NIS 1,000 increase to current monthly minimum wage of NIS 4,300.
By NIV ELIS
Buyers can get more bang for their buck in Tzur Hadassah, and still live near Jerusalem.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
The assassination attempt on right-wing activist Yehudah Glick is the latest in a sequence of violent incidents that have taken place against the backdrop of the Temple Mount throughout history.
By YAAKOV BAR-ON
The practice of ascending the Temple Mount has gained more mainstream backing.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
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
New visitors center cost “hundreds of thousands of euros.”
By EITAN AROM
Israel has seen professional baseball in Israel, but after only one season in 2007, the league folded, and the country has yet to see a comeback.
By HENRY ROSENBLOOM
Since losing its opener against Maccabi Tel Aviv, Ness Ziona has won six of seven contests.
By ALLON SINAI
Northerners hold on to edge Mac TA 2-1; one-point deduction decided on for TA brawl.
Budgetary cutbacks to impact all of Judea and Samaria.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Country marks International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Maccabi Tel Aviv extends winning streak to four games in all competitions with 80-65 triumph at Romema Arena.
Netanyahu could still decide to initiate an election.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Weinstein's opposition "remains strong" even as cabinet adopts measures.
Figure still remains too low to prevent medical staff from infecting patients.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Hundreds of Palestinians bury 32-year-old Youssef al-Ramouni, whose death was concluded as self-inflicted by autopsy conducted earlier in Tel Aviv.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
"Again we see the Palestinian media and extremists using tragedy to incite violence," say police.
Police say autopsy to be performed at Abu Kabir forensics institute in Tel Aviv in presence of man's family.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,REUTERS
On Monday, Maccabi Tel Aviv goes to Hapoel Gilboa/Galil, Hapoel Holon welcomes Maccabi Haifa.
If the convictions and sentence stand, Olmert’s political career is wiped out, with the earliest he could return to politics being in around 13 years’ time.
Palestinian media identified the east Jerusalem resident as Yusuf al-Ramouni.
No arrests have been made yet following the clashes, as police continue to collect evidence.
By BEN HARTMAN
Vermut, Damari, Zahavi pace blue-and-white to 3-0 victory in Haifa over Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Jewish law stipulates that non-Jews must be buried in a separate plot from Jews so the burial of such citizens has to be in a civilian plot or cemetery.
By JEREMY SHARON
Bennett: "We promised to take care of the residents of southern Israel and we are keeping that promise."
Olmert's lead lawyer in the retrial was trying to portray Zaken as a serial liar whose current testimony for the state against Olmert cannot be trusted.
Propaganda against selling of land for sabbatical year leniency due to interests of kashrut-licensing businesses, says Yosef’s grandson.
Stated purpose of the law is to increase haredi participation in the IDF and national service by 2017 by several thousand participants per year.
Legislation would require organizations receiving funds from foreign governments to register as foreign agents.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Economists have also scoffed at the bill, saying it will not actually help lower the high cost of living.
Police had recommended Shalush be indicted for bribery, fraud and breach of trust on the suspicion he forced businesses, which were under his supervision, to employ close associates of his.
Shas MK fails to explicitly guarantee he will remain in the party.
Proposed legislation would enable food bank to collect three times as many meals for needy.
MDA issues advice to public for safe winter.
An eminent journalist, author and historian, Teveth began his writing career in 1950, Teveth produced 11 books, all of which were best sellers.
With Gantz stepping down in February, defense minister expected to announce decision soon.
Police believe attack was criminally motivated.
What does the ban on fluoridation in drinking water mean for your children?
Contract an "important milestone in our satellite communication activity," says company official.
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.
US State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki calls for "speedy and transparent investigation" of incident.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,BEN HARTMAN,REUTERS
Readers comment on previous issues of the 'Magazine.'
Nabila Espanioly has struggled for years to promote peace, reconciliation, women’s empowerment and childhood development; she sat down with the ‘Post’ to discuss her activism.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Readers respond to previous issues of the 'Magazine.'
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Tel Aviv-area river is one of the most beautiful spots in central Israel.
By MEITAL SHARABI
The aliya and absorption of Ethiopian Jewry has bumbled along because it has been in the hands of relatively few people.
The extraordinarily ordinary missives of Hanna Szenes, courageous paratrooper but first, a newly minted kibbutznik.
By COMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
Residents of the only Arab village built by the state, long considered outcasts in the Israeli-Arab community, are trying to increase tourism and fight unemployment.
By TAMAR DRESSLER
An influx of young professionals is turning this once-sleepy city into a hip Tel Aviv satellite.
By ORIT ARFA
Sa’ar says he had never in his whole career been subjected to as much criticism as that directed against him following his decision to close shops in Tel Aviv on Shabbat.
Why live anywhere else?
By PHILIP GOLD
A look at some of the events that took place this week.
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.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
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.
A look at some of the stories that grabbed headlines this week, and what to expect in the coming days.
Campaign picked up over 400,000 views online.
Tip for the week: Don’t overdo…one step at a time will get you exactly where you need to be.
A new exhibition at the Children’s Museum in Holon teaches kids what to laugh at and why.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
In his latest book ‘The Extra,’ Israeli author A.B. Yehoshua delves into the sensitive topic of choosing not to have children.
By BARRY DAVIS
Ishmael and Isaac are involved in a kind of perpetual approach-avoidance dance wherein they see each other as rivals but come to recognize that they must learn to live together in same part of world.
By SHLOMO RISKIN
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.
Readers weigh in on Jerusalem Post stories.
It is doubtful that Netanyahu ever really supported the two-state solution that he spoke of in his Bar-Ilan speeches.
By GERSHON BASKIN
The increase in Palestinian attacks threatens the stability of Netanyahu’s popularity and government, in part because Israelis still harbor hopes that negotiations might work.
By JPost Editorial
Readers comment on recent stories in The Jerusalem Post.
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