Italian activist injured by IDF fire in West Bank demonstration, Palestinian media says
Liberman proposes using monetary incentives for Israeli Arabs to move to future Palestinian state
Possible stabbing attack thwarted: Palestinian girl with knife arrested in Hebron
IDF's chief rabbi: Temple Mount is of no religious significance to Islam
Israel slams Ankara: This is no way for a NATO state to act
Eizenkot to be named IDF Chief of Staff
Majority expected to support bill dispersing Knesset
A graveside battle over Ben Gurion’s legacy
With government's fate uncertain, Netanyahu seeks commitment from haredim for next coalition
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
Grapevine: Remembering Rothschild
The Lion’s share
Get your gobble on: Thanksgiving in Tel Aviv
5th annual Hullegeb Festival celebrates Ethiopian culture
Pressure building at Mac TA after setback in Kiryat Shmona
CSKA crushes yellow-and-blue in Tel Aviv
Maccabi Tel Aviv on a roll as unbeaten CSKA comes to town
Another back-breaking loss for Jerusalem
Thanksgiving for lone soldiers: Serving to Turkey to those who serve Israel
Soccer bigwig named as suspect who ran over police officer, fled scene nude
South African Jewish leaders fete Abbas in Pretoria
Birthright Israel cuts ties with New Israel Fund
Iranian Jews gather in Yazd for rituals
Orthodox leaders condemn US rabbi for anti-Arab rhetoric
US haredim seek to share kollels’ ‘burden’
In troubled Mideast where Christian populations are shrinking, Pope calls for interfaith dialogue
Syria denies targeting civilians, tells US better to criticize ISIS
Turkey establishing industrial zone in West Bank
Analysis: Middle Eastern states struggle to maintain current order and control of territory
Three Egyptian security forces killed in Sinai
Into the fray: The Arabs’ war against the Jews (cont.): Root causes & red herrings
There’s no need for a ‘Jewish state’ law
Column one: The storm over the teacup
My word: Keep your eyes on the road
Why no deal with Iran is actually a bad deal
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'
Meet the ambassador: Flying high
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
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
11.29.2014 | 7 Kislev, 5775
Prime minister defends "Jewish state bill" during stormy Knesset plenum discussion in which MKs shout at him.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Taking away resident status from terrorists is one of several solutions Netanyahu is weighing, says official.
By LAHAV HARKOV,DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Prime minister also orders significantly ratcheting up law enforcement against those guilty of incitement.
By HERB KEINON,BEN HARTMAN
Prime Minister's first meeting of trip to be with Indian PM Narendra Modi.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Moderate forces in Middle East bring new diplomatic opportunities for Israel, prime minister says.
By HERB KEINON
2% cuts to pay for Protective Edge built in; NIS 2b. marked for 0% VAT.
By NIV ELIS
Netanyahu expected to use meeting to focus on Iran, Islamic State, and proposal to involve moderate Arab countries in solving the conflict with the Palestinians.
By GIL HOFFMAN
"We worked immediately to find the perpetrators, they will be tried and brought to justice," says Netanyahu.
PM says what is needed now is to act “with composure and responsibly," and not with “militancy or rashness.”
Group has wide-ranging grassroots support among middle class professionals, families.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
Le Premier ministre répondait à l’invitation de Meyer Habib, ami de longue date dont il avait officiellement soutenu la campagne. La ministre de l’Alya Sofia Landver était également présente.
By JOSEPHA BOUGNON
Les olim de France affirment leur volonté de bien s'établir en Israël.Et cela commence par un challenge de taille : la bonne intégration de leur progéniture dans le système éducatif israélien.
By KATHIE KRIEGEL
Livni, Lapid, Liberman, Bennett: chacun est allé de son programme de l’après-guerre, une voix tarde à se faire entendre : celle de Bibi.
Les efforts d'Israël pour communiquer sa politique à l'international portent leurs fruits mais les efforts individuels ne sont pas à négliger.
By LAHAV HARKOV
In essence, and contrary to a long-prevailing conventional wisdom, Iran and Palestine do not represent separate or unrelated hazards to Israel.
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
India today is Israel’s largest purchaser of defense technology.
By JAGDISH N SINGH
Could one envisage an Arab League summit, with Israel at the table, discussing details of a détente between Israel and the PA? Stranger things have happened.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Palestinians aren't ready for a two-state solution. But meanwhile, both sides need to live.
By EVELYN GORDON
The cabinet must make decisions while knowing only what prime and defense ministers choose to tell it.
Israel's most eloquent defenders and harshest critics share one fundamental belief about the country: the Jewish nation is unlike any other.
By HARRY BEN-ZVI,GIDON BEN-ZVI
That’s the attitude adopted by both the government and the IDF. And it’s dead wrong.
Usually, a war with so few gains would cost the PM public support. This time, the opposite occurred
The number of people identifying as moderate Left slumped to record lows during Operation Protective Edge, leading the Right to label them an "endangered species."
The terrorist attack made a country struggling with internal political strife realize it must yet again unite against a cruel enemy.
Spoke with Obama "at length" of rapprochement with Arab states.
By MICHAEL WILNER
New visitors center cost “hundreds of thousands of euros.”
By EITAN AROM
Labor and Meretz turned down the offer.
Livni, Peri block controversial Likud legislation hours after PM openly backed it; Bennett plans to vote against all Hatnua, Yesh Atid initiatives.
Opposition leader says he believes he will head the next government.
Netanyahu convenes heads of IDF, Shin Bet and orders them to settle their differences after military chief sends complaint.
By LAHAV HARKOV,JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Danon responded to Netanyahu's plans by calling it a "power grab that is destined to fail."
"Building is not a provocation," says Israel's tenth president.
“I call on all the members of the coalition to work together for the benefit of the State of Israel and its citizens,” prime minister says at opening of weekly cabinet meeting.
Report has fed into speculation that a general election is imminent.
By JEREMY SHARON
South Tel Aviv residents say illegal infiltrators can be sent to prison for extended sentences, even after the High Court's decision.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Beilin: Livni should question remaining in cabinet.
Netanyahu always places the focus first and foremost on security; He sees his historic role as leader of Israel not necessarily as being the one who will bring peace.
Violence not getting us anywhere, residents of south say.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Now no longer the country's president, Shimon Peres is more free to criticize Netanyahu.
MKs Gamliel, Akunis spar over spot in cabinet.
n 2013, the state comptroller announced he would investigate the financial controversies surrounding Netanyahu, as well as other public officials, relating to their foreign trips.
As the ‘Three Ls’ breathe down his neck, Netanyahu is becoming increasingly vulnerable
By LESLIE SUSSER
Benjamin Netanyahu’s leadership is being tested as never before, both at home and abroad
Can the prime minister’s quarrelsome coalition endure, given the sharp differences between its right and the center left?
The 50-day Gaza war ended with the prime minister facing a host of new problems.
Given the international outcry, will Israel’s third major Gaza battle in less than six years lead to international isolation?
After the Gaza battles, it is time to reignite the peace process with the Palestinians.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Benjamin Netanyahu might have to come up with a dramatic initiative on the Palestinian track to stave off severe challenges from Left and Right.
Akunis: Their bodies were found ‘in Judea,’ not in the ‘occupied territories.’
By MAYA SHWAYDER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT,KELLY HARTOG
Premium special: A glimpse into historical moments in Israeli news from this week in 'The Jerusalem Post' front covers.
By CAROLINE FRANK
"This result is better, a lot better," PM tells BBC, in response to news the Vienna talks were likely to break off and resume next month.
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JPost's Washington bureau chief delves into the story behind ¨chickenshit'gate¨; to mark Post's 25,000th edition, managing editor journeys through paper's history.
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In this week's podcast, JPost's Jerusalem reporter describes the capital as a "ground zero for silent intifada"; political correspondent says early elections chatter is a tempest in a teapot.
Diplomatic correspondent calls in from NY with insight into what's going on behind the scenes at UN; Bina deputy director talks about meaning of Yom Kippur to secular and religious Jews alike.
'Post''s Washington DC Bureau Chief Michael Wilner discusses shifting US interests in Mideast; Knesset Reporter Lahav Harkov explains how politics of war are playing out.
Israel is not used to having size on its side, but in the Gaza conflict it does – and this may require strategies it never previously considered.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
In a handwritten note, the prime minister expresses his "profound sorrow" on the loss of the American lone soldier.
By SAM SOKOL
PM says a military campaign is complicated, and there are difficult moments but op' will continue until goals are met.
PM addresses the country as IDF death toll in Gaza operation rises to 18 soldiers; premier urges nation to stand together, says operation will extend as long as necessary to assure peace and quiet for Israel.
By LEV SELMON
PM addresses the country as IDF death toll in Gaza operation rises to 18 soldiers; premier urges nation to stand together, says operation will extend as long as necessary.
PM speaks on CNN and BBC outlining operation's goals of destroying terror tunnels, says Israel will work with international community to demilitarize the Gaza Strip.
By HERB KEINON,REUTERS
Hamas urges residents to ignore Israeli warnings, fires volley of rockets at southern and central Israel.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Experts say efforts to spread Israel’s message around the world have markedly improved since previous skirmishes in Gaza.
PM at Birthright Mega Event says vows Israel will also find those who abducted three yeshiva student in the West Bank.
By JACOB GOLDSTEIN
Is now really the time for the government to seek to further stoke the flames of Jewish-Arab tension by discussing a bill that effectively downgrades the status of 20% of the country’s population?
By JEFF BARAK
Israel’s media for the most part lacks perspective when it comes to the Temple Mount.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
“We have tried the ways of the Left,” say the pyromaniacs, “and these have failed. So it is now high time to try a different way.” They are not only referring to Jerusalem.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Rivlin himself has said: “The prime minister of Israel has a healthy respect for the presidency.”
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Netanyahu would prefer to hang on to the status quo, Abbas made clear that he wants the world to impose his terms on Israel while making no concessions of his own.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
No matter how great a speaker our prime minister is...we cannot count on the nations of the world to listen.
By Daniel Tauber
Even within the Likud I can think of one or two worthy candidates, not to mention several senior politicians from other parties.
Israel pays an astronomical amount every year on interest payments to finance its growing debt.
By JPost Editorial
It’s always a good time to send our viewpoints north for a little consultation with the brain.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
It’s “back to normal” with a vengeance, as if everyone has erased the memory of what a Code Red siren sounds like.
By DAVID BRINN
Each side is declaring victory and proclaiming the other the vanquished.
It is possible Operation Protective Edge could have been conducted with greater ineptitude. But it is not easy to see how.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
The IDF and Obama are mainly to blame for the military-diplomatic impasse with Hamas, not Netanyahu. But the PM must snap the army into order, and resist Obama’s pressures.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
If our young people feel that their leaders have no vision and that everything has gone back to the way it was before, there will be, quite rightly, a thunderous outcry.
By NACHMAN SHAI
As US-Israel relations plummet, there is a growing feeling in both capitals that Netanyahu goes out of his way to damage the relationship.
How can one explain the lack of an Israeli political initiative with clearly defined political goals for the postwar period?
By GERSHON BASKIN
The PM came close to getting it right on Sunday when he said that Israel supports the creation of an independent Kurdish state in northern Iraq.
By DANIEL GORDIS
Two weeks have passed since terrorists abducted our boys Naftali, Gil-Ad and Eyal, and yet we have not annexed at least Area C of Judea and Samaria.
By URI Y. BANK