Majority of Gulf Arabs support two-state solution, US think tank says
Watch: East Jerusalem terrorist who killed infant girl hails Palestinian kidnappers of Jewish teens
Right-wing minister mulls relocating to sensitive east Jerusalem neighborhood
IDF kills Palestinian who hurled firebomb at motorists on West Bank highway
Erekat: Resolution to be put to Security Council calling for Palestinian state by 2017
Ya'alon says international calls for Israeli withdrawal from Judea and Samaria are 'irrational'
Israel-US ties have reached 'crisis' point, Lapid says
Israeli firm beats out US in winning lucrative arms deal with India
Ya'alon snub 'should come as no surprise,' US official says
*National photonics and electro-optics center for Negev*
*Yearning to breathe free*
Rates of bariatric surgery have doubled since 2012
Doctors remove pen cap from boy's lung, warn of dangers of sucking on pen caps
Five scientific balloons to launch simultaneously Wednesday in Israel, Europe
Tel Aviv U. launches fuel substitutes accelerator
US agency gives $1 million to boost Israeli Arabs in hi-tech
Israeli gas firm signs bid to sell natural gas to Egypt
Israel surely in 'front line' for climate refugees, says expert
South Africa’s funniest Jew to bring laughs to Israel
At home with Martha
Renée Zellweger responds to Twitter’s shock at her current appearance
Lord of the dance to play ‘Dangerous Games’ in Israel
Mac Haifa hosts Ra’anana hoping to get campaign on track
Maccabi TA yet again outplayed in Moscow
IFA punishes Sakhnin with NIS 15K slap on wrist for honoring Bishara
Maccabi Tel Aviv poised for first real test at old nemesis CSKA
Poland bids to reclaim forgotten past as haven for Jews
Pro-Israel German-language Jewish magazine launches
Jewish leaders alarmed by UKIP’s new European ally
Jewish leader compares eastern Ukraine to Gaza
Israeli youth now eligible for work permits in Australia
Sisi responds to Sinai terror attacks: Egypt to establish buffer zone on Gaza border
Is Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas channeling his inner Richard Nixon?
Jordan's Arab Bank starts appeal against Hamas finance ruling
Iran accuses Israel of benefiting from strife in Egypt, following attacks in jihadist-ridden Sinai
Egypt declares emergency in Sinai after attacks kills 33 security personnel
Am I a Zionist?
Lateral thinking about Hamas and the Gaza Strip
The border with Egypt
For Zion's Sake: Embracing Jabotinsky and Begin, but with a condition
October 26: Time has come
Guarantor of the natural world
The fierce estuary of memory
Crossroad to nowhere
What happened to Renée Zellweger?
Staying honest in the ‘Wild East’
Book Review: Expectations and reality
Book Review: Dancing with the Iranian devil
Grapevine: Synagogue spirit
A very ‘Jerusalem’ chief rabbi race
Grapevine: A worthy ‘Hatan Torah’
City Notes: Haifa holds viewing event in response to soccer ticket protest
A long way from the countryside
Is Israel safer Than America?
Sacrificing for a dignified life on Earth: Israel, justice and human redemption
Shirt-fronting Putin can help eradicate Islamic State crisis
How the media helps perpetuate a high cost of living
A song for TISHREI: 'A good word'
סִימָנִים עַל הַחוֹל
פֶסְטִיבַל שֶקְסְפִּיר הַבֵּינְלְאוּמִי
‘Russia’s goal is to destabilize the EU and NATO’
The way we were?
Speaking the same language
Work and play
‘On the Avenue, Fifth Avenue’
Country living in Jerusalem
The newest frontier in Judaica: 3D printing kippot
Grapevine: Music as a bridge
Un pied dans le monde du travail israélien
L’incendiaire de la mosquée al-Aqsa
« Tsahal sait très bien s’occuper de ses soldats »
« Avraham ouvrait sa porte à tous »
1909-1942 : onze femmes, un destin
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La fabuleuse histoire de Pitigliano
Ein Mata, l’un des secrets les mieux gardés de la vallée d’Eila
Netanyahou sort les griffes pour Jérusalem
Coalition américaine contre l’Etat islamique : quel rôle pour les pays arabes ?
Israël au pied du mur
Retour sur l’opération Bordure protectrice : décryptage de la situation moyen-orientale
Il est temps de changer de partenaire
David Azrieli, 1922-2014
Dimanche 13 juillet
Deux familles, une histoire
Une gauche en perte de repères
Bennett : le vent en poupe
Et tu choisiras la vie
Les rêves déçus de Gabi
Pope Paul VI, first pontiff to visit Israel, moves closer to sainthood
Dutch Christians boycott church over exhibit on Palestinian children
Christian Pastor warns Ebola is God's Punishment for Obama dividing Jerusalem
Evangelical support for Israel? Look to the east
Vatican promotes military force in to protect Christians from Islamic Extremism
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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Chief Palestinian negotiator threatens unilateral moves if US vetoes Palestinians' UN resolution.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Justice Ministry official relieved Protective Edge not major focus of Human Rights Committee in Geneva.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,YONAH JEREMY BOB
IDF's elite 669 Unit rescues a Golani commander who was injured in Gaza over the summer.
Sameh Shukri says ridding Gaza of weapons must come as part of larger, final settlement between Palestinians and Israelis.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Defense minister says cabinet did debate the question of re-occupying Gaza, but decided such a step was not necessary.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Likud minister's comments come after PA's Erekat claims that 96% of the Gaza deaths during Operation Protective Edge were civilians.
Lawyer for Yesh Gvul says following past criticism and court petition, army ‘learned its lesson.’
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe to "examine the situation in the region," with an emphasis on Gaza at end of November.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Three sirens sounded in Ashkelon Regional Council and two in Sha'ar Hanegev, but army says it believes no rockets were fired from Gaza.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,JPOST.COM STAFF
Prime minister says "it is clear to Hamas that we will not accept a drizzle of rockets."
By HERB KEINON
Sources in Gaza Strip say Emad al-Alami was hit during Israel air strike at beginning of Operation Protective Edge.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
As yet it is unclear what the post-Gaza legal playing field will look like, but having learned from the Goldstone Report and the Turkel Commission, Israel is better-prepared than ever.
"Three Israeli attacks that damaged Gaza schools housing displaced people caused numerous civilian casualties in violation of the laws of war," group says.
Chief Military Prosecutor opens 2 criminal investigations into IDF actions during Gaza war, senior army sources say.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,YONAH JEREMY BOB
After Israel destroyed more than 30 tunnels during Operation Protective Edge, terror group claims it began rebuilding tunnels "the day after the war ended."
Jerusalem Post Diplomatic Correspondent Herb Keinon and Managing Editor David Brinn debate what they think will be the lasting effects of Israel's latest conflict.
By HERB KEINON,SAM SOKOL,DAVID BRINN
Tragerman family says Ban should address Hamas crimes after having announced that a UN committee would investigate "Israeli crimes" during Operation Protective Edge.
Shurat Hadin alleges that Mashaal is "liable for Hamas’s war crime of execution without due process"; request uses Hamas leader's Jordanian citizenship against him, since Jordan is member of ICC.
Defense minister says Israel should look for a diplomatic process "outside of the box" before withdrawing from West Bank, mentioning new-found strategic interests shared with moderate Arab states.
By NIV ELIS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Injured in southern Gaza on July 23, First Sgt. Shahar Shalev succumbed to his wounds on Sunday.
By SAM SOKOL,JPOST.COM STAFF
Shalev was injured during operational activity in southern Gaza on July 23; he passed away at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa.
The Petah Tikva Magistrate’s Court extended remand of Zuhib Zahde, 32, who opened a Facebook page titled "Hebron Intifada."
Geo-cartagraphia poll also finds that 51% of respondents said businesses that refused to fire employees who speak against the IDF should be boycotted.
Second quarter - before Protective Edge began - GDP revised downward.
By NIV ELIS
Close friend of the late Jewish comedienne tells 'Hollywood Reporter' that Rivers feared for her life after remarks made during Gaza war.
While a recent Gallup poll showed only a quarter of American 18-29 year olds considered Israeli actions justified, thirty two percent of Birthright participants deemed them “completely justified.”
By SAM SOKOL
Benny Gantz, l’antihéros, incarne l’Israélien qui a su traverser les épreuves des événements clés de 5774, lancé dans la bataille presque malgré lui
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Le dimanche 7 septembre à Nice se tenait un colloque inédit en France. Organisé par l’association Siona Côte d’Azur, cet événement majeur a réuni plus de 550 personnes au Centre universitaire méditer
By ORIANE COHEN
On ne sait pas de quoi le terrain juridique de l’après-Gaza sera fait, mais, pour avoir su tirer les leçons du rapport Goldstone et de la commission Turkel, Israël est mieux préparé que jamais.
Pour plus de la moitié des Israéliens, le cessez-le-feu est une erreur et l’armée israélienne aurait dû être autorisée à poursuivre l’opération.
By GIL HOFFMAN
L’avenir nous dira si Israël a atteint son objectif limité : rétablir le calme à la frontière Sud.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
En cas de guerre, l’hôpital Rambam de Haïfa est prêt à parer à toute éventualité et pourrait traiter en toute sécurité les victimes du Nord du pays grâce à un dispositif ingénieux
By PATRICIA CARMEL
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
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Prof. Menachem Ben-Sasson warns budget cuts in education will not only be harmful to education system, but will be especially detrimental to university students who were called up for Gaza op.
Mother of 4-year-old killed by Gaza mortar fire says she wanted to ask Ban Ki-moon to bring her son back, "but that's impossible."
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
The soldiers, all from the Givati infantry Brigade, apparently took their own lives in the weeks that followed the war.
Farmers complain they are not being compensated as Tax Authority and Agriculture Ministry not working together.
The protocol, which the army never officially described, is thought to involve massive use of infantry, artillery and air fire if the enemy is trying to capture a soldier.
In the latest battle with Hamas, the IDF’s C4i Teleprocessing Branch skillfully linked up the air, ground and navy forces to create an unprecedented display of ingenuity.
The Finance Minister's comments came a day after his ministry rejected a tax, reportedly proposed by Netanyahu's office, on those who own multiple homes.
Opposition and coalition lawmakers charge that 73 days after Gaza operation began, the Finance Committee has not approved any transfers of funding to local authorities that were impacted by rockets.
Former Shin Bet chief attacks PM and defense minister for freezing cabinet members out of decision-making process, praises Bennett for taking initiative, insisting tunnel threat be addressed.
Avihai Ronski denies being officer in question; Economy minister: Attack on him is really political attack on me.
By LAHAV HARKOV,YAAKOV LAPPIN
NIS 1.3b for the South not finalized, as ministerial meetings canceled while Netanyahu, Lapid cannot agree on the 2015 budget.
No explosions heard in area and no rocket remains discovered; no rockets have been fired at South since August 26 cease-fire.
Yigal Palmor steps down after six years as Foreign Ministry spokesman. Media overexposure, he says, ‘is not good for anyone.’
Despite Gaza cease-fire, State Department warns against "the potential for violence and renewed hostilities," and characterizes the security environment as "complex."
By MICHAEL WILNER
It appears that the Gaza truce will stick permitting the airlines and the entire tourist industry to salvage what they can of 2014.
By MARK FELDMAN
"This was a grab that was not brought before the cabinet and at this time simply causes damage to the State of Israel," finance minister says.
Francesco Rocca praised Magen David Adom late last week for the humanitarian work of its medical staffers and volunteers during Operation Protective Shield
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Cuts amounting to NIS 1.5 billion from current spending in education, health, welfare transferred to defense budget.
By NIV ELIS,HERB KEINON
Speaking at weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu justifies expected budget cuts, says security is always number one priority.
Cuts would call for every government ministry, aside from the Defense Ministry, to slash its budget by two percent; Education cuts would amount to NIS 500 million.
Wary Gaza border residents return home after evacuating areas threatened by heavy rocket fire.
As Gaza cease-fire holds, Israel is given the all-clear to return to routine status.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s leadership is being tested as never before, both at home and abroad
By LESLIE SUSSER
The pro-Israel community needs to fight back to prevent the hijacking of the high school classroom by BDS activists.
By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
Comfort from calvin
By HAIM WATZMAN
‘Introspection is enhanced by repetition, probing and reflection.’
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
Sheba is a global leader in trauma surgery and rehabilitation technologies, all of whichhave been brought to bear in treating soldiers wounded in the recent conflict.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
For most of the guys, this would be their first time in war, the moment was pregnant with anticipation.; it was nothing like in the movies.
By YOSEFF SHACHOR
Marc Israel Sellem, the chief photographer for ‘The Jerusalem Post,’ chooses the photos of some of the year’s most significant events.
By MARC ISRAEL SELLEM
In a wide-ranging interview for Rosh Hashana, Natan Sharansky tells the ‘Post’ that Operation ῾ ᾽Protective Edge has united the Jewish people.
By STEVE LINDE
In a wide-ranging interview, veteran Israeli singer tells Premium Zone why he hasn't lost sight of the hope he spread with his first song 'Yiheyeh Tov' (It will be okay).
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Lizards and lilies abound in Hof Ashkelon where, up until a few weeks ago, lay the remains of rockets fired from Gaza.
By EYAL LEVY
Thirty-thousand meals a day, hand-crafted soaps and yoga-inspired massage were just a few of the treats civilians provided to the soldiers serving during the recent conflict.
After six weeks under fire, life has returned to normal at Sapir Academic College near the Gaza border.
By ANAV SILVERMAN
Palestinian authority president vows that, "during this year and next year there won't be any type of clashes" in the coastal enclave.
Palestinian Authority asked the international community for $4 billion to reconstruct Gaza, claiming they will link the Strip’s future to the two-state solution.
By REUTERS,TOVAH LAZAROFF
The Palestinian Authority hopes that the move by the new unity government to assume control over Hamas-dominated Gaza will encourage donors to be less wary of providing reconstruction funds.
UN, Israel say date to be set for mechanism to monitor building materials to ensure they aren't diverted to Hamas to rebuild infiltration tunnels.
Deputy editor in chief of 'Asharq al-Awsat' undercuts the terrorist group’s claim of victory against Israel in the summer war.
Mideast correspondent Ariel Ben Solomon provides insight into the terror group that's sweeping the region; Education Reporter Lidar Gravé-Lazi discusses how war has affected the new school year.
No Israeli will be the same again. We will add these scars to the others we have collected over the years, throughout the wars.
By JENNY SARFATY
The Palestinian Arabs, as a national collective, have failed the test of history. It is high time we drop the charade of their ability to achieve self-governance.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
Only a few weeks have passed since Operation Protective Edge came to an end; we’ve only had a few weekends free of explosions and already everything is back to normal.
By LIOR AKERMAN
A false rocket siren, for people whose lives have recently been torn apart by war and terror, is petrifying nonetheless.
By YAEL ECKSTEIN
Readers respond to the Jerusalem Post's latest articles.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Readers react to the latest Jerusalem Post articles.
When Israel attacked Hamas military targets, including some that had mixed uses, it was condemned by the same Arab nations that participated in the joint United States-Arab attack in Syria.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
‘Enough of this,’ our 20-year-old daughter declared a few days into the trip; ‘I don’t see why we can’t say we’re Israeli.
By BRIAN BLUM
Readers respond to The Jerusalem Post's latest articles.
Unless we extricate our policy-making mechanisms from the destructive influence of these corrosive canards, our goose may be well and truly cooked.
William Schabas has already pronounced Israel presumptively guilty on the very matter he is now charged with investigating.
By IRWIN COTLER
Today’s leaders have forgotten what is written in our Declaration of Independence – If education is poor quality, we will have no values.
Too young for Munich and Entebbe, my generation experienced tension and valor on ballfields and in stadiums.
By MENDEL HOROWITZ
Although defeated, Hamas remains in power and unless there is a diplomatic breakthrough, we must be prepared for the likelihood of a future conflict.
By ISI LEIBLER
Given the unflattering outcomes of “Protective Edge”, govt spokespersons & unofficial apologists tried to put a brave face on things, to assure us that what we got was the best we could get.
The latest war left us safer but conversely more uncomfortable.
By LIAT COLLINS
While the subcommittee sessions have traditionally been kept secret, the full committee meetings, while also behind closed doors, were usually followed by briefings to reporters.
By DAVID ZE’EV JABLINOWITZ
Choosing an unprofessional translator without the appropriate credentials is the equivalent of having an appendectomy performed by someone who studied medicine by watching the medical drama ‘House.’
By REUVEN BEN-SHALOM
The Israeli mirror is illuminated by ultra-powerful and harsh fluorescent beams from any and all possible directions.
By SARAH HONIG
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
Despite several years of lobbying by BDS to have Israeli products kept out of South Africa, and preventing government officials from visiting Israel, trade between the two countries is flourishing.
By BEN LEVITAS
The solidarity and mutual guarantee that characterize the Jewish people came out with flying colors during Operation Protective Edge.
By RAMI KLEINMANN
A siren goes off; In less than 20 seconds, I’m seated in the back of an armored jeep, strapping on my vest and all the other gear.
By IDDO WEINER