Former Meretz education minister Sarid 'disgusted' by prospect of Bennett's appointment
Bennett gives up on Foreign Ministry for Education portfolio
'EU concerned over Likud proposals to weaken Israel's judiciary'
Liberman lashes out at South Africa after Israel denies visa to Communist minister
Universality shown in visual search by fish and humans
Voice of the people
Avoid preventable accidents during festivities
Israel Academy of Sciences UK’s Royal Society sign agreement for exchange program
Over 270,000 light virtual candles via Defense Ministry app
Court delays cancellation of Oil Refineries business licenses in Haifa
3-d printing aircraft parts may be in Israel's near future
Chief scientist says startups boom but fail to grow into mature companies
Most Israeli recipes
Out & About: top 10 things to do
The weird and wonderful world of Aya Ben-Ron
He’s a believer
Shahar Pe’er pulls out tight win in Turkey
Deadlock does Beitar and Beersheba little good
Greens boost BSL playoff hopes with win against Nahariya
Shalva tees off in Caesarea
IAF plane with first batch of Israeli survivors of Nepal quake lands at military base
German police remove Israeli flag from soccer game 'for fear of Palestinian violence'
Spike seen in the number of young people living in financial distress, shows NGO study
Report: Israel strikes Hezbollah, pro-Assad targets in Syria
IAF kills 4 terrorists who crossed into Israel from Syria and planted bombs
Ya'alon: Iran is currently seeking to smuggle advanced arms to Hezbollah
PA working to eradicate Hamas politically in the West Bank, spokesman claims
Report finds even in high-tech, travel restrictions slow Gazan business
European Jewish Congress gives Kiev Jews $100,000 for security
Anti-Semitism rising again, Jewish leader warns 70 years after death camp's liberation
Frankfurt butchers convicted in kosher meat fraud
British council candidate says she will never support 'the Jew' Ed Miliband for PM
Senior Russian rabbi: Putin ouster would endanger Jews
Hamas claims victory as Islamist affiliate beats out Fatah rival in campus election
Analysis: A new redline on Iran?
Egypt to extend state of emergency three more months in northern Sinai
Pentagon: Iran moves ships, reducing tensions near Yemen
Saudi Arabia foils ISIS-backed plot on its grounds
Letters to the editor - April 27
The Holocaust did not end at liberation
Reality Check: The irony of Lord Janner’s escape from trial
Terra incognita: The myth and madness of the ‘white tribe’
A defining moment for Europe
Listening for Tamar’s scream
The Begin phenomenon
Book Review: Anywhere but Zion
Book Review: Russian compound interest
Hot off the Arab press
Catching the wave
The Armenian imperative
Take a walk
A culture of survivors
Grapevine: Coalition against pollution
Egypt’s fight against terror
Saving Democracy from Itself
The sorry state of Yemen
The Jewish Communal Fund must stop funding anti-Israel causes
מִי לָקַח אֶת הַגְבִינָה שֶלִי?
Searching for human rights in the Republic of the Congo
Following the green line
Jerusalemites of note
Holocaust Remembrance Day: What’s in a name?
Sa'ar says national unity government is 'still on the table'
Israeli parties prepare legislative demands for Netanyahu's new coalition
With full term possible, Netanyahu may outlast Ben-Gurion (and Obama)
Arab sector turnout for recent elections reached 63.5%, polling data shows
Joubran: Polls have to include parties that don’t pass threshold
Armenian Archibishop chides Rivlin for referring to genocide as 'mass killings'
Israelis commemorate 100th anniversary of Armenian Genocide, drawing comparisons to Holocaust
Al-Qaida suspects may have been targeting Vatican, Italian prosecutor says
France detains armed suspect allegedly planning church attack
IN PHOTOS: Ethiopians struggle to come to terms with beheadings of Christians in Libya
New Occupational Therapy Room and Garden for the Galilee Medical Center
Landscaping Absorption Centers with Ethiopian Immigrants
Holocaust Day Ceremony Honoring the Heroism of Jewish Rescuers
Pedaling Along the Tel Aviv Shore
Chinese Ambassador Visits the Israel-China Friendship Fores
Expo 2015: Italian Journalists Tour the Arava
President of Lombardy Tours Israel Prior to Milan Expo
French Students Get to Know the Real Israel
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
JNF Ontario Community Mission Tours the Western Negev
Celebrating 50 Years of German-Israeli Diplomatic Relations
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
How One Oleh is Helping to Transform the Way People Drink Water
From Think Tank to Environmental Consultant
Award Winning Designer Launches Career as Wedding Dressmaker
Outdoor Fitness Israel: An Innovative Fitness Program Developed By UK Olim
5 Tips to Land a Job in Israel
Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
5 Strategies for Finding Your Professional Place in Israel
PetBNB:An Olah’s Unusual Canine Startup
36 Hours in Southern Israel
Food Shopping In Israel
How Women Can Have it All in Israel
The Eisenberg’s Long Journey Home
Why Retirees are Thriving in Israel
Thanks to Aliyah video
6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
Starting Over in Israel
WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
5 Ways that Olim Kick Back
VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
Sovev Tel Aviv, Israel’s Largest Biking Event
Make yourself at home… in Israel
NBN Announces Bonei Zion Prize Recipients for 2015
NefeshB’Nefesh Provides Services to Bnot Sherut
How Doctors Are Impacting Israel’s South
04.27.2015 | 8 Iyar, 5775
An Israeli police spokeswoman said the delegation arrived at Adei Ad in US diplomatic cars without first having coordinated the visit with Israeli authorities.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
More pressure, AIPAC leadership believes, "offers the best chance to persuade Tehran to abandon its quest for a nuclear weapons capability."
By MICHAEL WILNER
The joint program aims at attracting additional, world-class support from institutions and individuals who are dedicated to eradicating cancer through focused and efficient research.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
‘Süddeutsche Zeitung’ erroneously said ‘tens of thousands of Israelis’ fled to Federal Republic.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Les Israéliens assassinés sont, pour les médias français, les dernières victimes en date d’une violence latente depuis cet été qui explose ces dernières semaines
By JOSEPHA BOUGNON
It’s a vital war, it’s happening now, and many of our national leaders are helping the wrong side
By EVELYN GORDON
Bob Simon, in a career that spanned half a century, was in life threatening situations many times.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The award-winning newsman's career spanned five decades, from covering the Vietnam War to a piece on "60 Minutes" last weekend about the Oscar-nominated civil rights drama "Selma."
According to "The Washington Post," Williams “gave varying accounts” of his wartime coverage, at times suggesting that he was in danger while in other instances omitting mention completely.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Ben-Meir's petition called to to avoid printing “election propaganda that it has been publishing for many years, for the candidate for the 20th Knesset Netanyahu, as it is illegal campaigning.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The party’s efforts to attract votes from the Chabad community, after derogatory comments made by the party’s spiritual patron Rabbi Meir Mazuz against the hassidic group were aired earlier this week
By JEREMY SHARON
On March 17th, thousands of twelfth graders will be eligible to cast their ballot, and the political parties are hard at work wooing these first time voters through panels and mock elections.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
An appeal hearing in the Supreme Court against Marzel’s ban is scheduled for Tuesday this week.
Ex-journalist refers to his closed sexual harassment case in expressing lack of trust in police probe of his party.
Yoni Cohen-Iduv built a website at http://israeldebate.com/ and Facebook page in an effort to encourage a debate in Israel.
By GIL HOFFMAN
“When I see the three haredi political parties, the three of them saying [to back] only the Left... everyone knows how to interpret them, and do I need to follow them,” Mazuz said
When the Green Leaf Party eventually gave in its list, calls of "good luck" could be heard from the press area.
In 2007, Cohen Paran established the Israel Energy Forum, where she still serves as CEO today.
By SHARON UDASIN
The vast majority of students said that the most pressing issue for the upcoming election was housing reforms including lowering the prices of rent and reducing the costs of apartments.
With the promise of weed in the future, a new stash of campaign funds could help the party blaze its way into the Knesset, though they’re still a longshot at best.
By BEN HARTMAN
As talks continue, Jerusalem deputy mayor and noted women’s rights activist expected to make formal announcement in coming days, says political insider.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The popular, active female MK tipped the scales toward Bennett and away from its rabbis.
Knesset panel approves NIS 241.75m Central Election Committee budget.
"The reports are baseless," Yesh Atid said in an official response. "They are rumors that are far from the truth. The issue was not even raised between the two of them."
A source close to Oren said in response that the former ambassador is examining several options in the public sphere and a decision will be made soon.
Rumors have been swirling of Yishai's impending split from his party to form a new political movement.
By JEREMY SHARON,GIL HOFFMAN
The lawsuit names senior Netanyahu advisor Nir Hefetz, his attorneys David Shimron, Shuli Eshbol, Yaakov Buravsky, and Yossi Cohen, and two employees of the residence.
Most patients very satisfied with their hospital treatment, but some medical centers have room for improvement
The prizes, announced today, are due to be awarded at an official ceremony in the Knesset in May.
The US and Israel sharply criticized Argentina at the time.
By Mati WAGNER
Attorney-General Yehuda Weinstein will make a decision by the end of the week on whether to open a criminal investigation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s handling of public funds.
The Israeli, ranked No. 149 in the world, held her serve just twice against Begu (34), winning 17 of 43 points overall on her serve.
By ALLON SINAI
For the first time in more than three years, Maccabi Tel Aviv has gone three consecutive matches without a win in the Premier League.
Hapoel J’lem and Maccabi TA to face off for title for the first time since 2008 in capital’s new arena
“Today, I feel that not to receive the Israel Prize is a greater honor than to receive it,” said Haim Be'er
The jug, dating between 4-6 century AD, is approximately 1.5 meters high and 1.5 m. in diameter, and a remnant from a once prosperous Byzantine coastal community.
When an EAPC pipeline burst on December 3, some 5 million liters of crude oil gushed into the Arava Desert, causing particularly damaging impact on the Evrona Nature Reserve in the area.
Police found his resume inside a bag containing hundreds of packets of the recently outlawed synthetic drug known as “Mr. Nice Guy.”
Maccabi currently leads the standings by two points.
With zero losses in 2015, yellow-and-blue hosts Berlin hoping to keep pressure on Real atop Euroleague group
After suffering two consecutive 3-0 defeats to Croatia and Belgium in Pool D, Israel had to overcome Latvia to avoid a tie against relegation to Group II.
The victims, all of them grandmothers in their 50s and 60s, were on their way back from attending prayers at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem when the collision happened.
American trumpet player Caleb Hudson will perform at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art tonight at 8:30 p.m. as part of the La Tempesta Del Solisti concert series.
By JESSICA VRAZILEK
The marvelously melodramatic Tosca by Puccini and Carl Orff’s imposing Carmina Burana. To celebrate its 30th birthday the Israel Opera is offering these two works for its 5th Opera Festival at Masada
By HELEN KAYE
Israel Chemicals (ICL) sent letters for dismissal hearings to some 140 workers Monday, part of a planned restructuring of the company.
By NIV ELIS
If Wang’s performance was exemplary, her refusal to engage the audience was a stinging disappointment.
By GILAD FRIEDMAN
East Jerusalem Portfolio head: Israel government will be tried in International Criminal Court for ‘inhuman act’
The argument that a lack of diplomatic initiative on Israel’s part has led to growing international isolation and will lead to economic fallout has emerged as a theme in campaigns.
By HERB KEINON
By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
Nechama Rivlin hosts annual ILAN event at President’s Residence.
Admission into universities will instead be based solely off of matriculation exams, taken at the end of high school.
A-G decrees that financially troubled TV channel can continue operating as usual until after March elections.
Three-fourths of the population, some 6.218 million people, were Jewish. The next largest group, 1.719 million Arabs, accounted for 20.7% of the population.
"D.) this is true only for women."
Let’s step back from an almost instinctive need to wash out our souls with soap after watching the stage version of Fatal Attraction.
Of the thousands of Israeli start-ups vying to become global businesses, only a small percentage will make it to the big leagues.
By BEN LANG
Numerous medical devices have been invented to improve patient care, which medical personnel use to treat the masses.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
Oliel, who won the 12s tournament two years ago and was the No. 1 seed this year, beat Taiwan’s Chen-jui Ho 7-5, 7-5 in Tuesday’s final.
The plan will offer developers land at a 20% discount based on promises to sell it at the lowest possible price. Potential buyers will have to enter a lottery to get one of the discounted apartments.
The hi-tech and start-up sector is in a constant frenzy. Haredi men and women are taking advantage of this.
Most people present were relatively new immigrants who were already too old to serve in the army and were looking to give back to the community.
“In Hanukka this year, we still must defend ourselves from our enemies, who seek to kill and expel us from this land,” said the mayor.
President Reuven Rivlin and his wife Nechama hosted a Hanukka party for some 130 cancer stricken children who were brought to the residence.
The NII report further found that couples with two children whereby one parent works full time and the other works part time, both earning minimum wage, will not be able to escape poverty.
In the week since health minister Yael German of Yesh Atid resigned, government hospital directors have claimed they have no money to buy necessary equipment and to perform elective surgery.
OurCrowd, a multimillion-dollar network of start-up investment, is located in Jerusalem, where over 800 of its investors and entrepreneurs converged on Tuesday.
By EITAN AROM
The patient was afraid his ability to communicate with eye movements picked up by an electronic sensor would disappear, leaving him only with the ability to think.
The police stated that they had solved the murder of Busaina Abu Ganem, who was gunned down while sitting in her car with her children on HaEshel Street in Ramleh.
Nine of those fatally injured were Arabs, said Beterem director Orly Silbinger, who noted that for several years, it has been warning of the link between children from poorer families and deaths from accidents.
A marathon took place last week in Beersheba, but probably not the kind you’re imagining.
Former Communications Minister Moshe Kahlon refrained from officially announcing his candidacy for expected elections, but made clear signals he would.
The IMA commissioned a survey of 500 adults from the Meida Shivuki polling organization about private medicine and accessibility to healthcare.
Having once been a recipient of World Bank loans--most recently from 1975 to 1981--the move to become a contributing country is significant.
In the NFL, other professional sports, and especially school sports, concern has grown about the long-term neuropsychiatric mconsequences of repeated mild trauatic brain injury.
Likud MKs: She's just pretending to be relevant
The films are Summer Vacation by Tal Granit and Sharon Maymon, who recently directed The Farewell Party, which won an audience award at the Venice Film Festival and Aya.
By HANNAH BROWN
Labor and Meretz turned down the offer.
Bill to limit strikes advances
Readers comment on previous issues of the 'Magazine.'
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A new book presents the hunt for the Jewish underground during the British Mandate as a game of cat and mouse.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Innovations in Israeli cannabis farming could lead to global solutions to feed the world
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East.
By COMPILED BY THE MEDIA LINE
Readers weigh in on past issues of The Magazine.
By THE MEDIA LINE
A round up of local stories.
By COMPILED BY TAMARA ZIEVE
During the event, a live-link, Transatlantic session was held with Limmud Boston, Haifa’s twin city.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
55,000-year-old ‘Manot Skull’ proves modern humans migrated from Africa to Europe and Asia
Lebanon's Tourism Minister believes Miss Lebanon has been subject to a racist campaign.
A Tweet appeared on her page, playing on allegations that Hollywood big wigs are anti-Israel, suggesting that this wave of bad press would pass if the comedian took a stand against Israel.
By LAUREN IZSO
The web took advantage of CNN's headline gaffes following the Jerusalem synagogue terror attack in the form of memes with imagined coverage of events throughout history.
By IDO KENAN
At the end of the day, the Israeli media does not live up to its self-image as the watchdog of democracy. It fails where it is most crucial – election time.
By YISRAEL MEDAD,ELI POLLAK
There are enormous financial and human resource pressures on voluntary organizations today.
By STEPHEN G. DONSHIK
It is unclear whether after the election, when Netanyahu is scrambling to cobble together a coalition, he will succeed in following through on his promise for reform.
By JPost Editorial
Early elections could, and should, have been avoided.
Readers weigh in on Jerusalem Post stories.
In this week's 'Weekend Edition,' JPost TV takes a look at the biggest stories of the year, and how conspirators have connected them to the state of Israel, regardless of the facts.