Palestinian shot dead after attempted stabbing attack in West Bank
Rioter killed in clashes with IDF, 100th Palestinian fatality of current terror wave
IDF recommends Israel bolster Palestinian Authority to prevent further security deterioration
Ya'alon: We must let West Bank Arabs live as normal lives as possible
State files bribery, theft indictment against Foreign Ministry officials
Israel, Greece, Cyprus likely to hold 3-way gas summit in January
Liberman, Lapid slam Netanyahu's security policies
Dudu Tasa’s roots revisited
Winner of Holocaust survivors' beauty contest: The Jew will never disappear from the world
8-year-old 'Indiana Jones' makes First Temple era archaeological find in Beit Shemesh
White will light up Ashdod
Maccabi TA in Spain playing for Euroleague life
Group stage an eye-opening experience for Maccabi
Spotlight: Israel’s hoops lifer Henig reflects on 30 years of NBA connections
Sinai says: Israel’s swimming scene set for wave of attention with Euros
On the social media battlefield, Israel is not necessarily losing, says NGO
Diaspora Jews raise money to attend terrorism orphan’s wedding
Obama gets 'verklempt' awarding Medal of Freedom to Streisand, Spielberg
US officials advise Jewish groups to review security after Paris attacks
Turkish-funded group in Germany posts anti-Semitic quotes online
New phone app 'Israel's Nightmare' educates users on Iranian missile capabilities
Analysis: How Iran exploits ISIS to wage terror
IN PICTURES: Thousands of Iranian soldiers stage mock siege of Temple Mount
Russia's Putin due to meet Khamenei, Rouhani in Iran
Despite ISIS threats of attack, New York prepares for Thanksgiving parade
Obama to Putin: 'Direct your focus on tackling ISIS'
VIDEO: US rock band singer describes massacre at Paris concert hall
Nurse discovers man he tried to save in Paris attack was bomber
US using 'money and sex' to infiltrate Iranian policymakers, Khamenei warns
No warnings from Turkey received before being shot down, says surviving Russian pilot
Putin: Turkish leadership's policy of encouraging 'Islamization' is a problem
Russian envoy: Second pilot from downed plane alive, in hands of Syrian army
Cancer is No. 1 cause of death in Israel
93-year-old woman recovers from stroke after brain catheterization
Shortage of nurses in neonatal units leads to infant fatalities
NIS 1 million of home rehab equipment stolen by Palestinians
Israel's Leviathan, Egypt's Dolphinus to negotiate gas export deal
Budget funds found for rabies vaccines, botanical gardens
Experts: Israel could still export natural gas to Egypt
Economic Affairs Committee session heats up over gas debate
Israeli e-commerce works around Israel Post as Black Friday demand spikes
Israeli start-up AudioBurst wants to be the Google of radio
Tech talk: Get in the Ring
Six US-Israeli energy projects to receive $5.1m in funding
Your Taxes: Portfolio adjustments for year-end
'The Jew who gave us GPS' - World marks 100 years since Einstein's theory of relativity
Star catcher: Astrology for the week of November 27, 2015
Grapevine: Keter and Karmiel
Amazon removing Nazi-symbol ads on NY subways for new TV show
Remembering the UN’s hypocrisy, 40 years on
Candidly Speaking: Saving innocent lives must have priority over civil liberties
Why we’re not winning against Islamic State
November 26, 2015: Pollard’s treatment
We cannot turn our back on today’s refugees
Parshat Toldot: After despair
A heartbreak novel
Internet of everything
On the margin
Checking out the flip side
Promise and pain
Blunders and bargains
Artist, writer, woman
Dining: Branching out
The newest grief
‘If it’s good enough for me, it’s good enough for the museum’
Blues from the roots, in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem by way of LA
Changing the view
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: בְּגַנִי נְטַעְתִיךָ
מוֹפָע חָדָש: אִינְסָאנִיָה
סְטְרִיט וַייְז הִיבְּרוּ
The ghosts of 1929
Friends with benefits or frenemies?
Finding her strength
Remembering Yitzhak Rabin, 20 years since his murder
Foreigners are not fools !
Israel and Argentina: An Opportunity for Rapprochement
Sephardic Conversion in 1492: Myth and Reality
Historical Agreement Signed Between KKL-JNF and the State of Israel
JNF Canada Dedicates New Bike Path with Gilad Shalit
Ben Gurion Accessible Park in Dimona
Fred and Linda Waks Botanical Garden Inaugurated in Akko
Furrows in the Desert in Turkana, Kenya
Portugal Entomologists Tour the Negev with KKL-JNF
Mississippi Governor plants a tree in Israel
Honduras President Plants Tree in Jerusalem
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
Agriculture Festival at Hula Lake Park
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
KKL France Mission Parts from Israel by Planting Trees
Got Water Problems?
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
11.26.2015 | 14 Kislev, 5776
The Arab Higher Monitoring Committee decided on the strike and protest, which will shut businesses and schools.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
The battle to oust Assad currently takes precedence over waging jihad against Israel, despite the fact that ideologically, Islamist groups see Israel as an enemy that needs to be overrun.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
Knesset Economics Committee visits Ashdod Port, where workers say they are willing to negotiate terms.
By LAHAV HARKOV
All workers in court administrations, secretaries, transcription professionals, the criminal section, public offices and the fax department will be instructed not to work.
By NIV ELIS
Transportation Minister Katz announces 2 tenders for a private company to build a new port to be published on July 1.
Bennett asks Antitrust Authority to declare ports a monopoly in order to introduce competition.
The workers committees at Israel’s three carriers – El Al Israel Airlines Ltd., Arkia Airlines Ltd. and Israir Airlines and Tourism Ltd. – on Thursday said they will begin a strike on Sunday unless the government freezes its intention to approve the open-skies agreement.
By SAPIR PERETZ
Management at the cellular company recognize workers' union after heated, four-week strike shuts down some operations.
The dispute comes over Pelephone’s refusal to recognize the unionization efforts of its workers.
The nearly four-month strike at the company's Dead Sea works and Bromine Compounds plant arose over a restructuring plan that included layoffs.
Workers upset at practice of hiring contract workers; some 30,000 passengers on 200 flights are expected to pass through the airport during the Sabbath.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Histadrut chief Nissankorn says the agreement is "nothing short of a social revolution."
A general strike would ground flights, stop public transport and shutter government services, among other things.
Employees working at mental health hostels and sheltered workshops will hold warning strike after not receiving paychecks.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Sides reportedly agreed that just 40 workers would be laid off instead of 115 in plants in the South.
On Saturday, Christian protesters staged demonstration outside house of Finance Minister Kahlon in Haifa demanding he find money to restore previous levels of funding.
By JEREMY SHARON
Arsenal reportedly held long range missiles for Hamas; Sudanese officials deny Israeli strike weeks after Sudan's president met with Mashaal in Qatar.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Syrian rebels claim three targets hit in operation. US paper: Jets destroyed Iranian missiles.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND REUTERS
INSS director to 'Washington Post': Israel will act on transfers from Syria to Lebanon; cautions each strike raises escalation risk.
Mediation between Foreign Ministry workers, Finance Ministry due to wrap up after strike called week and a half ago.
Regardless of the impact of the strike, the papal visit to Jordan and the PA will go ahead; Pontiff to visit Syrian refugees in Jordan.
Employment service workers, who had refused to answer phones and cancelled public visiting hours, return to work.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Foreign Ministry workers suspend sanctions enabling credential ceremonies, originally schedule for July 15, to take place.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Workers end all assistance to foreign diplomats either in Israel or aboard.
By LAHAV HARKOV AND HERB KEINON
Reason behind the urgency of Obama's trip is to tell PM to leave the Iranian nuclear issue to the US, officials tell Army Radio.
La Histadrout réclame une hausse du salaire minimum de 1000 shekels par mois. Sinon, Avi Nissankoren menace d’une grève générale. Mais ses motivations sont-elles transparentes ?
By SYLVIE BERGER
Soumis à des conditions scandaleuses, le corps diplomatique est en grève. Au grand dam du Trésor qui n’a pas de mots assez durs pour condamner son action
By MICHELLE MAZEL
Après la tempête, l’inévitable jeu des accusations et recherche de boucs émissaires a commencé. D’aucuns évoquent la « belle solidarité » dont ont fait preuve les Israéliens entre eux. Mais d’autres, députés et citoyens, tentent de réfléchir aux échecs du week-end dernier.
By GIL HOFFMAN
La loi prévoit de réguler l’implantation des Bédouins dans le Néguev. La question palestinienne affleure sous les émeutes.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON ET BEN HARTMAN
Should Israel strike Iran, the world will undoubtedly howl. Let it: this too shall pass.
BY Gidon Ben-Zvi
Yakov Zagari’s house, which is well within rocket range of Gaza, has a wood and tile roof and no safe room.
By BEN HARTMAN
Negotiations have persuaded all sides to climb down from high ladders and agree to make concessions.
Histadrut announces Hadassah strike starting Thursday following impasse in negotiations with the government.
By mid-April, HMO is due to reach agreement on a comprehensive recovery program with its 6,000 very angry employees.
Avi Balashnikov: Staffers and management know they all have to lend a hand, there will be a recovery and an agreement.
Salary payment will not be enough to stop the emergency schedules and demonstrations outside prime minister’s home, Jerusalem municipality and entrance to city.
Hospital workers will perform only lifesaving care if full January salaries not paid.
Health fund staffers strike in protest of foot-dragging in negotiations over the last 18 months to reach a new collective agreement.
The dispute involves what the workers claim is foot-dragging in negotiations over the last 18 months on reaching a new collective agreement.
Treasury restarts negotiations after Tel Aviv Labor Court refuses to grant restraining orders to halt nurses sanctions.
Eini repeats call for PM to intervene in labor crisis as gov't appeals to courts to force nurses to return to hospital wards.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Announcement by Finance, Health Ministries comes as Histadrut chief Eini calls on PM to intervene to end 8-day nurses strike.
Ministry set to appeal to labor courts to ban nurses from continuing strike; nurses respond: We're moving to emergency schedule.
Strike continues after talks with Treasury fail yet again; Treasury calls nurses to return to work, says demands are "exaggerated."
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH, JPOST.COM STAFF
President calls on the Treasury and the Histadrut labor federation to bring a speedy end to the nurses’ sanctions .
Nurses strike continues after talks fail; Treasury calls nurses to return to work, says demands are "exaggerated."
Storm killed forty people including four Israelis.
The agreement – which raises the salaries of most tram operators by 21.5 percent, to NIS 44 an hour through 2019 – comes one week after Light Rail workers threatened a second strike in two months.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Judge orders labor union and CityPass to reach salary agreement within 1 week.
‘It is unacceptable that a light rail operator receives just NIS 6,700 gross monthly’ says union head
Nearly 200 towns in the North and South will stop all municipal services, including garbage collection, but not schools, for one day.
The Histadrut in the Western Galilee will join the strike, stopping work in factories in the area.
Education Ministry: don't give into pressures, schools will operate on Sunday
By HAYAH GOLDLIST-EICHLER
Junior staff at all the Hebrew University of Jerusalem campuses started striking on Sunday, with no end in sight unless the university agrees to its demands.
Israel Chemicals and Histadrut labor federation end 115-day dispute on layoffs.
Israeli workers spent a collective 103,554 work days on strike in past year, according to Economy Ministry.
Union had prepared a strike that would affect government offices, private business, ports, and some public transport just days ahead of general elections in protest of expected lay offs.
Toward the formulation of a new collective agreement, the Egged Taavura workers committee had submitted a list containing more than 60 demands to the company's management.
By SHARON UDASIN
Strike called after management did not respond to demands by the Histadrut Labor Federation and workers committee to remove threat of layoffs for hundreds of employees.
By NIV ELIS,GLOBES
Mega says 5 branches to close leading to 65, not hundreds, of layoffs.
Knesset Economic and Finance Committees schedule hearings on the issue as several companies go on partial strike and Histadrut threatens to shut down the south, city by city.
The technicians say they are the lowest earners in the health system, and that many receive income supplements to reach minimum wages, even though they are academics.
Despite pursuit to reduce expenditures by NIS 100 million, bus company agrees to suspend plans to fire employees in favor of averting strike.
The threat follows an Egged plan to lay off 160 workers and reduce work hours as a means of cutting NIS 100 million from its annual expenditure.
By NIV ELIS,SHARON UDASIN
Arab Higher Monitoring Committee calls for strike Tuesday following violent clashes between Beduin and police in Rahat.
Students took matters into their own hands when the Secondary School Teacher’s Association announced a moratorium on field trips for high-schoolers.
By EITAN AROM
IEC's union chief announced general strike last Tuesday at a Knesset Economic Affairs Committee meeting.
General strike, slated for Sunday, would have shut down schools, public transportation, airport and government offices; and cost economy NIS 300 million in first day alone.
Model makes it easy to hire and fire people but provide a strong safety net for workers.
Histadrut threatens general strike if agreement not reached.
FM still a much sought place to work: 8 cadets part of group of 28 that begins new course – 2,700 applied.
By HERB KEINON
Move opens legal avenue to government-wide strike in two weeks.
If the word 'terrorist' is good enough for a despot like Assad, it's good enough for the BBC.
By JEREMY BRIER
Turkey's outrage over Israeli strikes in Syria undermine its own interests and diplomacy.
By ANTHONY RUSONIK
Jordanian warplanes are also featured as Hashemite Kingdom's efforts against jihadist groups increase.
By REUTERS,JERUSALEM POST STAFF
All government offices in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip were closed as a result of the one-day strike.
In wake of reported IAF attack on an arms convoy in Syria, Syrian ambassador to Lebanon says Damascus has option to respond.
By JPOST.COM STAFF, YAAKOV LAPPIN AND REUTERS
In wake of reported IAF attack on a military research center in Syria, Syrian ambassador to Lebanon says Damascus has option to respond as Iran threatens "serious consequences" for Tel Aviv; Hezbollah, Russia condemn strike.
Group expresses "full solidarity" with Assad, condemns "Zionist aggression," Russia "concerned" over alleged attack.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS
Announcement comes after civil servants began a two-day strike following the PA failed to pay last month's salaries.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH AND REUTERS
The dispute centers around a financial restructuring plan that includes dismissing 2,000 workers.
Demonstration comes as union's embattled chief Alon Hassan, union secretary Avinoam Shushan are called for disciplinary hearing.
The workers have been engaged in a dispute for better wages and conditions for over a year, relaunching sanctions last week when mediation efforts failed.
HMO nurses, administration expected to return to work after more than two weeks of demonstrations.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
HMO staff will sleep outside Ein Kerem medical center in Jerusalem, continuing 19-day bid to receive full January salaries.
Doctors are protesting against “unilateral changes by management” and the financial troubles that have hounded HMO for almost a year.
Protesters: Israeli business mogul who bought land from government to develop high-end residential tower and community refuses to compensate families.
African asylum committee: Following Sharon’s death, we must show our respect; Community vows to ‘continue struggle’ through awareness campaigns.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
In return for suspension of sanctions, Finance Minister will halt plan to deduct 25% from workers' upcoming salaries.
As part of their sanctions the workers cut off Foreign Ministry contact with the agency a few weeks ago.
Finance Minister: Open Skies deal beneficial to country, will not be revoked; vows to face integral security needs of airlines.
By JPOST.COM STAFF, NIV ELIS, TOVAH LAZAROFF
Unions at El Al, Arkia, and Israir will ground all flights on Sunday unless cabinet freezes approval of EU "Open Skies Agreement."
By GLOBES/SAPIR PERETZ
Following lower court's decision not to force striking nurses back to work, TA District Attorney files appeal to National Labor Court.
IDF says its calls for evacuations from Gaza are not meant to free it from laws of armed conflict.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Hassan’s list of alleged misdeeds is long: from running private companies doing business in the port to conducting campaigns of terror against port workers.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
While war should be the last resort and peace is always desired, still, sometimes war is an ugly necessity in order to avoid an even greater evil.
By RAPHAEL COHEN-ALMAGOR
It’s election season and there’s talk of a ground operation in Gaza. Haven’t we been here before?
By ISRAEL KASNETT
The strike by those three Israeli airlines was ludicrous at best and litigious at worse.
By MARK FELDMAN