IN PICTURES: Israeli politicians go back to school
Foreign Ministry formally tabs Regev, Netanyahu's spokesperson, as next UK envoy
Coalition under heat after PM's non-Kosher nosh
Netanyahu decides not to bring natural gas plan to the Knesset
Jerusalem if I forget you: Matisyahu set to perform at festival in Israel's capital
Everything’s coming up roses for ‘Bumblefoot’
Bike sharing scheme coming to Jerusalem but Shabbat war looms
Hadassah follows US centers in implanting embryonic stem cells into eye to treat AMD
Analysis: The return of the legionnaires and the impact on Israeli soccer landscape
Blue-and-white braces for final stretch
Tackle football: Israel overcomes Spain in 1st competitive game
Maccabi TA edges Beersheba thanks to Zahavi
Fate of senior Hamas operative targeted in Jenin security operation remains unknown
ISIS affiliate in Gaza claims failed rocket launch on first day of school year
Officer injured in fire-fight between security forces, Palestinians in Jenin
Supreme Court rejects former Balad MK appeal of 1 year jail sentence
'Threats and dangers changing shape and direction,' commander of key IDF West Bank brigade says
Area surrounding legendary Nazi treasure train goes up in flames
Genesis Foundation launches fund to boost outreach to interfaith families
White supremacist aiming to kill Jews convicted in 3 Kansas murders
On the wings of ‘The Proud Bird’
Parents of Jewish journalist Sotloff open up to press one year after ISIS beheading
Washington prepares for pivotal September vote in Congress on Iran nuclear deal
Merkel: Unacceptable how Iran continues to talk about Israel
Obama: US and Israel must improve Intel cooperation to stop Hezbollah from getting missiles
WATCH: Peres meets daughter of Iranian ayatollah in plea for peace
Brokers for group liberating kidnap victims 'worse than ISIS,' says one-time supporter
Satellite images show ISIS destruction of major temple at Palmyra
US should use al-Qaida forces to defeat ISIS, former CIA chief reportedly says
Is ISIS planning attack for 9/11?
Israeli-Turkish cooperation stops Israeli youth from joining ISIS
Non-invasive test for Gaucher disease developed
Missing piece found in liver puzzle
Fledgling scientists meet elder geniuses
Risk of another autism spectrum disorder child after a first one is much lower than presumed
Finance Ministry pledges to reform solar energy sector
A rock star, 9 congressmen, and one solar field
German, Israeli and Jordanian experts team up to explore climate change and bird migration
Israel likely to be water-stressed in 2040, study finds
Israeli startup's digital 'guardian angel' saving lives of children with special needs
An Israeli laundry app with potential for more
Global innovators collaborate in Israel
The new space age: Israel holds youth satellite building contest
Egyptian gas find may close Israel’s ‘window of opportunity’
Further export decline raises concern over economy
Dropping songs, not bombs: ISIS Karaoke Twitter account gains popularity
Is Kanye's upcoming trip to Israel a ploy to boost his presidential profile?
WATCH: Shimon Peres throws a paper airplane in the name of education
A fitting way to remember the fallen
Letters to the Editor: Grateful to Van Leer
Self-scrutiny in the Selichot
Jerusalem Post Editorial: Back to school
Candidly Speaking: Disband the disgraceful state-endorsed rabbinical leadership
Borderline Views: The global migration crisis
The People and The Book: Of power and pain
Stasis of belligerence
Necessary Stories: Hitched
A concerned poet
The improbable Zionist
Open the gates of conversion
A literary life
Solemnity and levity on the shore
A laptop, Wi-Fi and a cup of coffee
Unusual tombs in the Kidron Valley
Here come the ‘monument men’
Oddities: Almost paradise
It’s a boy!
Shades of black and white
The face of Israeli prostitution
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: כִּנֶרֶת
הַמִזְרָקָה הַמוּזִיקָלִית בְּאֵילַת
Samphire and sourdough
Lost in the woods: cognitive defusion on vacation
How Samantha met Ben
American Presidential Wannabes, Israel Next Stop?
The confounding case of the Kastner trains and Kolozsvar ghetto
Tiny Ant-Man's Bigger Brand Lesson
Gaza Evacuees in Halutza, 10 Years Later
A Corner in Nitzana Forest in Memory of Sergeant Erez Sagi
Australian Legislators and Political Advisors Visit Gaza Border Communities
New Campsite for Youth Dedicated in Maginim Forest
Chinese Delegation Tours Negev Agriculture and Forestry
Italy’s National Day at EXPO 2015
The Ambassadors’ Club of Israel Tours the Galilee with KKL-JNF
The International Solidarity Mission Says Goodbye in Jerusalem
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
An Olah Reports From Nepal
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
How Natalie Edwards Built a Successful Career in Israel’s Startup Industry
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
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
Sam Eisenberg: From Nativ to Aliyah
WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
5 Ways that Olim Kick Back
VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
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
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"If we continued to hide our heads, we would be like the Jews in exile who are afraid of non Jews," says the 20-year-old who has received death threats.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Officer in serious-to-critical condition; Jerusalem Mayor praises officer’s quick thinking.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The boy, 17, was found to have a concealed knife near the Old City.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
In the night's latest incident, Arab rioters threw firecrackers, Molotov cocktails and rocks at Jewish homes in the Old City.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu made it clear at a press conference on August 6 that he had no intention of altering the status quo on the Temple Mount.
By HERB KEINON
Selfie sticks and go-pros filled the Church of the Holy Sephulchre this morning as pilgrims attempted to catch Easter celebrations on film.
By ARIEL COHEN
“There is Jewish and there is Muslim, and they are interested in politics. But we are neutral here."
Participants experience what Jewish sovereignty means – that redemption of sorts is forthcoming.
By DAVID BRUMMER
Advertising watchdog says ad misleads consumers into thinking Old City a part of Israel.
When she approached the women’s section she was turned away by an Orthodox woman patrolling the site who said she is not a woman.
Shmouel Matza était membre de l’Irgoun. Son nom est gravé dans l’histoire de la lutte pour Jérusalem. Et sur les murs de la prison du Kishle
By DAVID STROMBERG
A la tête de l’Institut du Temple, le rabbin Haïm Richman nous plonge au cœur de son combat pour qu’il soit permis aux Juifs de prier sur le mont du Temple
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Cimetière et lieu de pèlerinage depuis des siècles, ce haut lieu du judaïsme n’est ni protégé ni reconnu à sa juste valeur
By FELIX PEREZ
Even on Shabbat the Old City yields what it knows best: food.
By Camilla Schick
Even though people fast during the day, on Ramadan it is traditional to be festive at night and pack in all manner of delectable foods, particularly sweets.
A round up of news briefs from around the nation's capital.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
A few events will try to restore the meaning of Jerusalem Day to a less politically sensitive tenor and to offer the public different ways to celebrate the occasion.
By PEGGY CIDOR
From an Ottoman hub to a genteel district in the British Mandate, the neighborhood has more recently undergone transformed from an immigrant slum to a cultural, commercial and residential center.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Just outside the Old City lies a tale of destruction, division, unification and renewal.
By AVIVA BAR-AM
Two institutions, the unusual French baron who built them, and the extraordinary people running them.
In addition to music and food, Jerusalem in general and the Old City in particular have undergone significant renovations over the past year.
By MEITAL SHARABI
Both the government and the municipality have allocated funds for rehabilitating the neighborhood of Sur Bahir, but its needs are many.
A desolate expanse has been transformed into stunning parks and unique promenades.
Throughout Israel, there are so-called parliaments of prominent personalities who get together each week to coming up with solutions for Israel’s myriad problems.
Solomon Balas doesn’t fit the mold of the average Jewish pensioner who moves from a major Western city to spend his old age near Jerusalem’s holy sites.
A resident of David’s Village has brought to light a host of alleged building violations.
After decades of excavations, the Kishle and moat are now accessible to the public.
By CARL HOFFMAN
It’s still too early to tell where Jerusalem is headed.
We won’t be seeing an end to the violence anytime soon, experts say.
In the Tabula Rasa mural project near the bustling Mahaneh Yehuda market, it’s sometimes difficult to tell the paintings from the real thing.
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
Against the decrees of the rabbinical leaders, medical facilities began to spring up in disease-ravaged Jerusalem in the mid-19th century.
Newly published statistics show that more residents are leaving the city, but here is a high level of overall satisfaction with life here.
Our guide wanted us to see Jerusalem from a different perspective than that provided on the standard Old City tour.
Director Eilat Lieber reviews the museum’s recent history and looks ahead.
By VICTORIA KEZRA
Unusual stepped structure exposed on street ascending from Siloam Pool to Temple Mount raises questions among researchers.
Police expecting thousands of Muslims to come in from different areas such as Ramallah, Bethlehem and Hebron.
By REUTERS,ARIEL BARBIERI-AGHIB
The Elad foundation contends that the compound would be instrumental in drawing tourists while the opposing NGOs denounced the center as destructive.
The 17-year-olds were evacuated in moderate condition to a hospital in the city.
A look back at 66 years of celebrations.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The mass Priestly Blessing (Birkat Kohanim) ceremony, takes place each year during the intermediate days of both Passover and Succot.
By JEREMY SHARON
Security services prohibit non-Muslims from praying or engaging in other forms of worship on the site, claiming such activity triggers Palestinian violence.
‘This is a sporting event and a spiritual event like no other,’ says Mayor Nir Barkat.
There was a lull in the storm on Thursday when residents of Jerusalem woke up to see their city covered in a thin layer of white.
By MARC ISRAEL SELLEM
The opening of new excavations in the Tower of David go hand in hand with the installation of photo geometry devices.
The lightly injured officers were evacuated to a local hospital.
One victim in serious-to-moderate condition after being stabbed, second victim hospitalized for light wounds; Palestinian man arrested for incitement via Facebook.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,JPOST.COM STAFF
Capital's Old City passes a relatively quiet morning as security forces in Jerusalem had braced for potential clashes.
Neighbors who witnessed the fight allege that the argument was over the hot-button issue of selling homes to Jews in the predominantly-Arab neighborhood.
World-class race cars and drivers from Porsche, Ferrari and Audi to traverse streets outside Old City for second year.
More immigrants came from France than any other country this year.
By SAM SOKOL
Egged bus attacked outside Old City; 2 more Palestinian youths arrested for French Hill petrol station riot.
Deputy Jerusalem District police commander says Jews will be allowed to visit the Temple Mount in upcoming months, but there are public safety considerations.
By LAHAV HARKOV
A look into a beautiful home in Jerusalem's Old City.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
Jerusalem’s Old City and its dwindling Christian and Armenian populations.
This historic wall, which is just south of the crowded Western Wall plaza, is the southwestern corner of the wall that surrounded the Temple.
A sea of people revel in the streets of Jerusalem to mark the 47th anniversary of the reunification of their city.
The graves that were damaged are located in a cemetery outside the eastern wall of the Old City.
Duo hired undercover cop to attack Old City police liaison they suspected of hurting tourism at area churches.
Police investigating incident as a terrorist attack; victim treated for non life-threatening wounds to his neck and shoulder.
What the mayor hopes the city will look like in five years
By JOANNA SHEBSON
Want to know what life was like in the Old City during the time of the Romans?
The annual Sounds of the Old City festival opens this week.
By BARRY DAVIS
‘These people have gone through the Holocaust, and now they have to go through this – it is inexcusable,’ says Israel Always founder.
At the Western wall, rabbis call on people to read passages from the Book of Psalms for the success and safety of the IDF.
Jerusalem must become the capital of both countries, but the physical division of Jerusalem cannot be accepted or tolerated.
By GERSHON BASKIN
It stands there silently, contemplatively, like a sentry guarding its post, projecting strength and a dramatic sense of history even as it invokes our deepest longings regarding Jewish destiny.
By MICHAEL FREUND
If Israel truly wants to hold on to a united capital, it must act forcefully to restore security in the holy city.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
Jerusalem needs to be celebrated simply for being Jerusalem, not because it has been divided or united in the wars of 1948 and 1967.
By DAVID NEWMAN