02.20.2017 | 24 Shevat, 5777
Report: ISIS claims Israeli drone attack killed 4 terrorists in Sinai
Shin Bet arrests Palestinians for West Bank shooting attacks
Two J’lem Arab families forced to raze illegal homes
Palestinians to petition court to halt demolition
Singapore keen on keeping Netanyahu visit relatively low profile
No love lost for Bibi in Australia
Beersheba’s road woes continue with deadlock at Hap Haifa
Maccabi TA rolls on, Jerusalem loses again
Decisions on bills held due Shaked-Bitan feud over education legislation
High Court opposes prosecution interventions with forensic experts
IDF meeting with Hebron shooter’s father likely won’t lighten sentence
Eighties pop icons Tears for Fears ready to ‘Shout’ in Tel Aviv
Israeli students get a taste of the blues
Berlin Film Festival: Agnieszka Holland runs with the wolves
Austrian Film Week returns to Israeli theaters
Yellow-and-blue aims to continue winning streak at Kiryat Gat
Maccabi TA off to winning start under Lito
Tax breaks for premarital marriage counseling?
Mobileye outfits 4,500 NYC Uber & Lyft cars with anticollision tech
Health Ministry acts to prevent elder abuse in geriatric institutions
Bar-Ilan researchers worry about future of medical profession
Surgeon removes pen cap from boy’s lungs
Israeli, Palestinian researchers cooperate in disease study
Israeli firm to build second sewage treatment plant in Ethiopia
Building frustration in the wild, wild east
Rihanna the rhino gives birth to first calf at Israeli zoo
Honey of an idea
Terra Incognita: The Gambia’s defense of democracy is a lesson for us all
Nearing its 70th anniversary, Israel knows the best and worst of times
Right From Wrong: A bear hug for all the mullahs to see
February 20, 2017: Seeking a solution
Saudi Arabia and Israel issue twin warnings on Iran
Saudi Arabia hosts its first-ever Comic Con
Zarif takes apparent shot at Israeli 'audacity,' says Iran will never develop nukes
'Blind sheik' convicted in 1993 World Trade bombing dies in US prison
Iran says Israel, not Tehran, biggest threat to global security
Why Trump can't keep his promise of no nuclear Iran 'ever'
Why does a weakened ISIS see Trump presidency as a lifeline?
Refugee who took selfie with Merkel sues Facebook
'Iraq to oppose US travel curbs, to preserve alliance against ISIS'
'Investigations show Brussels airport bombers were obsessed with Israelis'
BBYO seeks ‘renaissance of Jewish teen life’
Ambassador Dermer to liaison with White House on Pollard
Top European rabbi: Synagogues no longer a safe haven
Agents of change
Tech Talk: Cyber criminals breach enterprises in 40 countries
‘Israeli venture capital sector is booming, despite global decline’
OurCrowd Global Investor Summit begins in Jerusalem
Pence visits former Nazi concentration camp Dachau
Pence: Iran won’t have nuclear weapons to use against US or Israel
Trump's defense chief visits UAE in first Middle East trip
Report: Trump transition team attempted to block UN settlement resolution
Analysis: Clinton falls amid assault on establishment
Clinton concedes: 'We have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling'
Hillary Clinton and the glass ceiling: Cracked but intact
NY hassidic village loyal to Clinton despite Trump popularity among ultra-Orthodox
Trump reportedly picks friend of Jared Kushner to serve in administration
Trump calls UN 'sad,' days after Israeli settlements vote
Saddam Hussein's daughter touts Trump's 'political sensibility'
Dermer calls on Trump to move embassy to Jerusalem
Trump appears to invent Sweden terror incident
Grapevine: Balfour et al
This week in 60 seconds: When Benjamin met Donald
From JDC program participant to JDC professional
Podcast: Three Ladies, Three Lattes
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
Disney drops top YouTube star over antisemitic videos
Dominican paper apologizes for Baldwin-Trump photo flub in Israel article
Ace of face: Israeli-born tennis player ousted for hitting ump with ball
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
The People & The Book: Advancing with all
A traitor in Budapest
How would you like your grasshopper?
Driven by hatred
Hot off the Arab press
Pascale's kitchen: Cholent, Tunisian style
Estonian Jewry revisited
Sugar is a spice
Critics and hugs
This week in Jerusalem
Color and food for thought
Returning to their land
Who are you, Tel Aviv marathoners?
מֵחוֹדֶש יָנוּאָר צָרִיך לְשַלֵם עַל שַׂקִיוֹת נַייְלוֹן
שִידוּרִים חַיִים מֵהַכְּנֶסֶת
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Baptist leaders tour Israel
The fulfillment of Ezekiel 36
Ecumenical group ‘blind to facts’ in support of ‘Palestine’
O.L.E.I Helps Restore Burnt Neveh Shalom Forest on Tu Bishvat
Planting and Marching Together to a Shared Future
Muslala Plaza Enlivens Jerusalem's Clal Commercial Center
Tu BiShvat Ceremony with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin
Are You Threatened?
The Recorded Deed to Jerusalem
Trump's Middle East policy takes shape
Bill Maher vs. Milo Yiannopoulos: Double Standards
‘Casual Conversations’ photo exhibit delves into complicated Russian-American Jewish identity.
By MAYA SHWAYDER
By the grace of God, Stalin died before the trial began.
By BENJAMIN GLATT
The latest Limmud FSU conference outside St. Petersburg draws a record attendance.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Masha Gessen’s history of Birobidzhan tells the absurd story of the failed experiement.
By TIBOR KRAUSZ
The treaty applies to every immigrant who worked for at least one year in Russia or Russian territory.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
A predominantly Muslim city, its residents are proud of their ability to coexist with their fellow Jews and Christians.
By SARAH LEVI
Russian security forces opened an investigation into the circumstances of the event.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
While Putin, “cannot be accused of having a negative attitude towards Jews...a massive exodus of Jews back to Russia seems to be a fantasy."
By SAM SOKOL
Lesin was once head of the state-controlled media giant Gazprom-Media but resigned in 2014.
“The voice of Russian speaking Jewry is now respectable and people listen now.”
The lone assailant delivered a single projectile to Ustinov’s neck before fleeing the scene.
Immigrants escaping the fighting in Ukraine could require extended stays in absorption centers to deal with the issues brought about by surviving war.
Organized US Jewry embarked on an extraordinary effort 25 years ago to welcome their Soviet brethren. How is the next generation adapting to American life?
By MICHAEL WILNER
Limmud FSU has helped Russian-speaking Jews develop Jewish awareness and identity following the dark Soviet era in which they were cut off from their roots.
By CHAIM CHESLER,SANDRA CAHN
The 30,000 Russian-speaking Jews who have participated in Limmud FSU worldwide are evidence of the success of our mission to redress the consequences of 70 years of Communist repression.
By AARON FRENKEL,DIANE WOHL,MATTHEW BRONFMAN
Matthew Bronfman, chairman of Limmud FSU International, lives his family’s legacy by empowering former Soviet Union Jewry and Israel.
“The Jews of Russia must realize the dangers inherent in the possible collapse of the Putin government, understand the rules of the game and be aware of the limitations.”
Recently, the head of the European Jewish Congress said there are three million Jews in Europe; Demographers beg to differ.
“His murder is the low point in a process that started about two years ago which has left the Jewish intelligentsia and its milieu feeling more uneasy than ever before in post-communist Russia.”
“He managed to do and build in his life what most people would require many lifetimes to accomplish.”
By STEVE LINDE
Dovid Mondshine of the Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS has expressed interest in evacuating the Jewish community of Donetsk to the nearby Russian city of Rostov.
The announcement came days after representatives of the European Jewish Congress urged the EU to create just such an office.
Yosef Mendelevitch returns to city where he was captured years prior after protesting Soviet refusal to permit Jewish emigration to Israel.
Krichevsky, 36, was told Tuesday that he and his family — a wife and six children — have 15 days to leave Russia.
Ukrainian Rabbi: "There is anti-Semitism, but not systematic anti-Semitism. We do not feel more threatened after the revolution."
By LAHAV HARKOV
Devenue au début des années 1990 une frange conséquente de la population, la communauté russe d’Israël reste sujette aux fantasmes
By Nathan Cahn
Changes in ownership at Arnona’s former Diplomat Hotel throw elderly Russian immigrants into jeopardy.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Rozenson soon realized that if he was going to make genuine headway with Russian Jewry he would have to adopt a somewhat left-field angle.
By BARRY DAVIS
Speculation about an Islamist link strengthened after investigators charged a man from the Muslim Chechnya region over the killing.
The suspect, of Chechen origin, was detained on Saturday and was linked to the war-torn republic's Interior Ministry
Jewish Agency and Immigration Ministry initiative retrains Russian immigrants for careers as hotel chefs.
By AMY SPIRO
In an interview with Channel 2 Wednesday night, Bennett said Shevah Mofet would open as usual Thursday morning.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Two films screening at Tel Aviv’s DocAviv festival portray the lives of struggling immigrant youth from the former Soviet Union.
By BERNARD DICHEK
Proposal states that any anyone who did not become an employee of the state after moving to Israel would get a state-sponsored pension increase of 2% of average salary in market.
Alexey Ostapenko is involved with efforts to ship aid to Ukraine and believes that the presence of the logo of Azov militias shows the attack was nationalistically motivated.
The Salt Line
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Office head Zissels was outspoken against Russia’s actions in Ukraine and co-signed a letter accusing Putin of abusing anti-Semitism concerns.
By SAM SOKOL,JTA
NGO for Russian-speaking Jewry lobbies for funding, invites Peres to September conference in his hometown.
200 Russian-speaking Jewish veterans gather with families at the United Nations to commemorate Russia’s Victory Day.
By MAYA SHWAYDER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
26 Iyar is the Hebrew date for May 9, 1945, the day that Nazi Germany surrendered to the Red Army.
Despite high profile anti-Semitic incidents throughout Ukraine, Jewish leaders believe incidents are Russian provocations.
The confab, which takes place from April 24 to 27, is considered the largest Jewish gathering in the FSU.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Edelstein is set to speak about Russian-Jewish innovation in culture and technology at Limmud FSU conference in New Jersey.
"I think that they dress it up in nice clothing but sadly what they are trying to do is again take away Judaism from the Jews."
Russian Jewish community, Israeli delegation to Winter Games honor Israelis killed by Palestinian gunmen in Munich.
Masha Gessen pens a personal and historical look at Jews fleeing Russia over the centuries.
By COLIN SHINDLER
Russian writer Ludmila Ulitskaya spins an exquisite tale of a dark, oppressive time.
By ELAINE MARGOLIN
Australian-Jewish philanthropist Harry Triguboff is working to streamline the integration process for Jews from the former Soviet Union.
Rabbi Avi Weiss tells the story of the struggle for Soviet Jewry from an insider’s perspective.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Lesovoy’s own story is a miracle; Only someone like him can give over the wonder and miracle of Israel to Russians, who can contribute so much of their talents and abilities to the State of Israel.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Eliezer Lesovoy grapples with the unique challenges facing Jews of the former Soviet Union.
By ANYA ZHURAVEL SEGAL
In a semi-autobiographical novel, an author explores love, truth and roots among Russian émigrés.
One of the most inspirational pillars of the former refusenik movement, dies at the age of 72.
By DANIEL GORDIS
Extraordinarily, it seems that we old-timer Israelis are more familiar with the melodies than the Russian speakers themselves.
By YORAM DORI
Innovation was the focus of this year’s Limmud FSU-US conference
By DAVID BRINN
Soviet emigré Anya von Bremzen’s memoir looks at her childhood – and a century of Russian history – through the lens of food.
New Barbizon, a group of five female artists, paints modern Israeli life ‘in situ’.
By GRAHAM LAWSON
Israel has not officially acknowledged carrying out the attack, though that did not stop Iran and Syria from placing blame on Jerusalem.
The increased interest of Russia in the peace process builds on a long history of Russian relations with the Jewish state.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The major weapon in the current Russian diplomatic arsenal is the federal agency Rossotrudnichestvo.
By DMITRIY FROLOVSKIY
Snow doesn’t seem to deter the small local community of Subbotnik Jews from faithfully trudging to their modest synagogue, where they continue to turn their hearts and their hopes toward Zion.
By MICHAEL FREUND
Within a generation or two, as a result of assimilation, a break with relatives living in Israel and the lack of a minimal Jewish education, Russian Jews will no longer see themselves as “Jewish.”
By DMITRY SHIGLIK
Of all the many refuseniks who came to our attention, Volodya was one of the most memorable and probably the most famous
By CHAIM CHESLER
The author recalls meeting at an apartment near Gorky street in Moscow decades ago.
By REUVEN H. TAFF
A combination anti-Semitism, the tightening of political screws and a likely economic crisis could push a substantial number of Russian Jews to emigrate.
By ALEXEI BAYER
What is this Jewishness that we share and all our ancestors shared?
By JONATHAN ROSENBLUM
My friend is a radical leftist who actually opposes the existence of the State of Israel. So why the sudden fear about the “non-Jews,” the Russians?