10.24.2016 | 22 Tishri, 5777
Red alert rocket siren sounds in southern Israel, IAF strikes in response
PA releases four Palestinians who were detained after visiting succa in Efrat
Liberman to Palestinian media: The next Gaza war will be the last
Netanyahu: International community must pressure PA to release succah guests
‘Israel is on every cake I present’
A Jew grows in Tel Aviv
Bringing pupils of all stripes together
Italy to push European countries to oppose UNESCO votes on Jerusalem
Putin reaffirms Israel-Russia ties
Coalition head aims to remove B’Tselem head's citizenship
Israel Allies Foundation brings together 23 MPs to condemn UNESCO decision
Time stops for Torah
Hapoel Tel Aviv overcomes Hapoel Haifa
Hapoel Jerusalem drops 1st game to Gilboa/Galil, Maccabi Tel Aviv triumphs
Globetrotters thrill Israeli hoops fans
Local soccer returns from extended break
A higher authority: The rabbinical answer to medical marijuana
Quick thinking saves infant from black widow spider
Weizmann research could fight jet lag, sleep disorders
Only a quarter of Gr. 8 Jerusalem girls vaccinated for HPV
Israel, Turkey to open dialogue about natural gas export
Israel to boost solar energy production
Antiquities Authority building National Campus for the Archeology of Israel
Inspections show pollution violations at five Haifa Bay factories
Grapevine: Foresight on Dylan
October 23, 2016: Women Wage Peace
Right From Wrong: A passport for disaster
Terra Incognita: The Holocaust: Between dilution and equivalence
Hezbollah to vote for ally in Presidential election in Lebanon
Analysis: Which Iraq will triumph in Mosul?
JPost on the frontline: Iraqi army retakes Christian towns as Mosul battle rages
Insight: Egyptians losing patience with Sisi
Iran claims to have intel on Israeli-Saudi plot to stir unrest in country
Two American citizens sentenced by Iran to 10 years in jail
Just the facts: Iran's uranium enrichment and its nuclear potential
Report: Mobile phone service approved between Iran and US
Sinai: 150 ISIS militants wounded, killed in Egyptian air strikes
Hundreds near Mosul sent to hospital after sulfur plant set alight
Inscribing words with deeds
The unbelievable tales of smuggled Torah scrolls that survived incredible journeys
Brooklyn congregation dedicates sukkah to refugees
Israeli embassy says antisemitic German teacher incites hate
‘Tell us how you made Israel’
Mashav: Israel’s Agency for International Development Cooperation
innovation:africa, Israeli innovations saving lives in Africa
Trump's son says he will accept "fair" US election
Jewish Americans have a moral imperative to oppose Trump, Bill Clinton says
Iran's president says US election offers only bad or worse choice
American Israelis casting their ballots for Trump
US State Dept official 'pressured' FBI to declassify Clinton email -FBI documents
Peres was a man of psalms, Clinton says
London's Muslim mayor backs Clinton for US president
When politicians get sick: Is Hillary Clinton's health like Ariel Sharon's?
Exclusive: Jerusalem Trump rally morphs into closed event aimed at US Christians
The UN, Israel's Gal Gadot and Wonder Woman: What do they have in common?
Grapevine: Thousands come to meet the president
Jerusalem Grapevine: Erev Yom Kippur bedlam
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
PODCAST: After Turkey, Africa and Egypt, is Saudi Arabia Israel’s next ally?
Malaysia to ban 'hot dogs' for sounding unislamic
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Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
A formula for nation building
Necessary Stories: Besieged
Status quo shenanigans
The Hula valley and lake
Recipes from the white villages of Andalusia
Looking for ideas for all those left-over citrons?
Hot off the Arab press
Jerusalem of tourists?
Off the mat
This week in Jerusalem
They’re in it for the dream
City Notes: Bridge on the beach
Stepping down the Carmel
The royal kippa
Today’s newspaper, tomorrow’s art
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Tzova: A history of mighty warriors
The banker who used Nazis to help save Jews
The Christian German who saved Jews speaking Yiddish
JNF USA 2016 National Conference in NY: ‘One of the Most Successful Ever’
A Lake in the Middle of the Desert at Dimona's Ben Gurion Park
International Cleanup Day in Israel 2016 Launched in Afula
From Copenhagen to the Casuarina Circle at Ilanot
We will win but how long will it take? Including Bibi's Building Bluff
Is a Jewish safe haven possible in the Diaspora; is America the “exception”?
Potentially Misleading Statistics on Global Terrorism
Still Looking for Israel at Harvard
Savvy cyber criminals continue to leverage consumers’ ongoing fascination with celebrity news.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
Scientists still don’t have a good understanding of the metabolic interplay between viruses and the organisms they infect
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Now solar energy has been brought to 104 African villages, and one million people have access to water.
By ANN GOLDBERG
The next iPhone may be blue and white.
By NIV ELIS
The new building will have integrated systems encouraging a healthy lifestyle, energy conservation and a green environment.
Israeli-founded StartApp joins forces with toy-making giant to develop mobile content.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
For the first time, the Health Ministry will launch a collaboration with Jerusalem startup companies.
While only five buses will be operating in Tel Aviv next week, another 17 are expected to join the fleet by the end of the year, the company said.
By SHARON UDASIN
Companies are monitoring our every move, online and offline, and the battle for privacy is all but over, says digital insider Adir Regev.
The slow uptake, Ben-Bassat said, was a sign that there is still room for growth, not that there is a lack of interest in utilizing the technology.
Modern economies like that of Israel have a Gross Domestic Product that is three-quarters or more services − things people do for other people, and only one-quarter or less, tangible goods.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Tel Aviv-based Beyond Verbal’s technology enables the understanding of emotions, well-being, and health conditions through the human voice.
By GLOBES,JPOST.COM STAFF
Amos 6 was insured for $330 million, which will cover repayment of bonds, but the Israeli company's share price looks vulnerable.
While the artificial limb was printed in San Francisco, Autodesk’s Israel R&D center played a major role in its creation.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The game has been downloaded by gamers in more than 200 countries, and is a leading name in more than 50 of them.
The new chips are expected to be included in products starting in September, and be included in 100 million devices on sale through the 2016 holiday season.
Israeli company accused of creating spyware used to target Arab dissident.
Ten Israeli companies and startups are scheduled to introduce their latest innovations and technologies at the interactive event.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
The Israeli hi-tech industry, will broadcast live via Facebook a wide range of content geared toward an audience of programmers and entrepreneurs in hi-tech companies.
Teen girls study at a cyber-tech summer camp in Beersheba.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
SkyTran, an innovative company with Israeli roots is promising to upend the way people get from place to place.
Engie seeks to address the helpless, uncertain and frustrating feelings drivers have when they need to fix their car at the mechanic.
Heads of Israeli business organizations pen letter to Netanyahu, urging government to form a plan to prevent brain drain.
An Israeli startup called TROPHiT has created a value-driven marketing platform for video games aimed at the cellphone market.
The Chinese consortium says Playtika will remain an independent unit managed from Herzliya.
The mismanagement of recent years is having an effect on the liquidity premium that investors demand.
Over the next five years, the Treasury will allocate NIS 10 million to implement recommendations of the Arnon report.
By JUDY SIEGEL
“We invest in Israel if we find in Israel, the best entrepreneurs, the best ventures that are out there globally in a certain area.”
By JOSH SOLOMON
The agreement stresses the countries’ desire to initiate and encourage cooperation among their researchers and to support exchange visits.
The courses include space engineering, space medicine, space sciences, space law and policies, systems engineering and management of space businesses.
IVC projects 20% increase in funding this year
Each year, EISP, named after the elite IDF Unit 8200, chooses 20 young entrepreneurs out of the hundreds who apply to participate in a five-month program led by 8200 alumni.
Sling enables micro-entrepreneurs to unlock a series of financial services directly from their smartphone, with no need for hardware, intricate contracts or upfront cost.
“The Cedato engine includes an advanced predictive technology that incorporates Big Data and powerful optimization engines,” Dick said in an interview.
Autonomous vehicles will dramatically reduce accident fatalities, says Israeli chief scientist.
Right now, Israeli companies may be benefiting from the fact that they are “cheaper” than American ones, but that could cause the local market to overheat.
“As a result of the extensive activities that took place in Israel in the last two decades, we have achieved exceptional things,” Hasson said.
With an estimated 93% of road accidents attributable to human error, Mobileye is poised to save many lives
By ILAN COHEN
As far as is known, this is the Microsoft founder's first-ever investment in Israel.
By GLOBES/GALI WEINREB AND YANIV MAGAL
While the US debates firearm regulations, two Israeli army veterans have developed a patented cartridge to prevent firearm accidents.
By GLOBES/URIEL HERMAN
Equating a digital device with human qualities is nothing new. Experiments in the 1990s found that people ascribed human traits to computers when interacting with them.
With visa restrictions eased, the Start-Up Nation just needs intermediaries to help them break in.
The 1500-square meter Israeli pavilion will feature products from 30 Israeli defense companies.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Israeli-led Silicon-Valley-based startup seeks to introduce new appliance into average household: The laundry folding machine.
By CORAL BRAUN
Enter Neema, an Israeli financial technology start-up that has introduced a novel workaround: debit card services for foreign workers and their families back home.
The new center will help ameliorate an oft-cited problem: large distances between Arab population centers and major high-tech employment hubs.
The delegation, which includes some 54 members including the country's Chief Scientist, is the first from New Zealand to visit Israel in ten years.
The new project includes all known textual variants of the Talmud and allows researchers, scholars and Talmud students to easily compare the different texts side by side.
By JEREMY SHARON
Pilot program could bring phone-charging stations and Wi-Fi to outdoor space.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
The move comes as part of Intel Corporation’s global restructuring plan, which will see 11,000 people lose their jobs worldwide.
“Ontario is the ideal location to take innovative ideas from concept to marketplace — we have a competitive corporate tax rate, a strong financial sector and a talented workforce.”
Software giant building tech-focused school to encourage girls to study sciences
Groundbreaking Israeli firm to receive ‘Post’ prize for innovation at May conference in New York.
The aim of the seminar was to bring together women from these two very different communities so they could share and learn from each others’ experiences.
For HackTrack TLV, the youth split up into teams of up to four participants to formulate and develop their ideas, vying for a first place prize of NIS 5,000 and office space for at Merkspace.
The Director General of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Space, Peretz Vazan, said it would make robotics a central research focus in 2017.
Antiquities Authority uses predictive scanning to find shaft dug by ‘Corpse Unit’ at Ponary Massacre site near Vilnius
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
L’histoire mouvementée du programme de satellites espions d’Israël
By BARBARA OPALL-ROME
Israel’s newest app revolutionizes currency exchange.
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
The team has just released 2breathe - a device connects with an app on a smartphone to coordinate music with the user’s breathing to help him/her fall asleep quickly.
By HANNAH KATSMAN
The focus to gay propaganda only shifted a week ago, following the deadly shooting in Orlando.
Officials say ground control was trying to stabilize the Ofek 11 satellite as they communicate with it.
Apple spokesman Fred Sainz confirmed that the company had issued the patch after being contacted by researchers.
Representatives from India's Border Security Force are reportedly due to visit Israel later in August as part of the acquisition of the detection system.
Innovations like Trophy mean that tanks, APCs don't just fire; they also gather real-time intelligence on the enemy.
Researchers at Ben-Gurion University have found that, despite the positive- seeming statistics, the incentives have actually hurt the environment.
Pokemon Go is a massive trend, but has it gone too far?
By LAHAV HARKOV
Upgraded C-130H aircraft fuse real-world video feeds with sensory data, Elbit Systems says
First Israeli F-35 jet rolled out out at Lockheed Martin production plant in Texas; IAF Chief of Staff: Flying the simulator, I felt I had ‘the future in my hands
Israeli tech leader Jon Medved pays tribute to Texas native who was killed in tragic Tel Aviv car crash.
By JON MEDVED
Air force convenes 400 military hi-tech experts to work on innovations.
Center aims to educate teachers in ways to keep students engaged through unique methods and technology as well as modern design methods.
Elbit Systems unveils new helmet mounted system deigned to allow armored personnel carrier and tank crews to see straight past their armor.
The Western client, which Elbit declined to name, will receive products from Elbit's new E-LynX Software Defined Radio family over the next three years.
“French authorities liked it, but the official came back and said there was a higher-level instruction not to buy Israeli technology,” Israeli security source tells Fox News.
In an interview with the Post, Gamliel reveals how the country intends to use its status and know-how as the “startup nation” to harness digital technology to reduce socio-economic gaps.
20 years after pioneering digital color printing, Benny Landa's latest venture promises to shake up the industry, again.
It is a crucial, open question whether Israel’s major banks will adapt quickly enough to the disruption of modern technology or become obsolete and irrelevant like the dinosaurs.
With screen culture ubiquitous among the younger generations, museums are employing cutting-edge technology to remain relevant in the 21st century.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
Children may be more anxious and more easily distracted, sleep less well, exercise less frequently, have greater difficulty focusing, “playing” outside, or knowing how to read social cues.
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
Sometimes a smartphone makes us dumb. Moving from an I-world to the we-world we are meant to live in is what real communication is all about.
By SOPHIE ASHKINAZE-COLLENDER
Learning self-sufficient agriculture in Israel.
By MIRIAM KRESH
A mechanical engineer’s quest to make the goal of interplanetary transportation a reality.
By BEN FISHER
Israeli start-up GreenWall’s unique solution to rising urbanization.
By RACHEL MYERSON
The realization that wisdom needs to be structured and be available to people when they need it, led to the formation of Wisdo.
By PATRICIA CARMEL
The country's High Council of Virtual Spaces is worried over the game's "security concerns."
Saudi teen in Germany proposes design of digital social media icon representing modest dress worn by Muslim women.
Ok, so he didn't actually live history, but using tech du jour 'Snapchat', he managed to put his face on some famous historic artifacts.
By OLIVIA FINE
Ambassador Ido Aharoni recounts the diplomatic lessons learned from Israel's late ninth president.
By IDO AHARONI
A self-aware machine may someday set its own goals and strive to achieve them, contradicting human interests, justifying drastic means, and even fighting for self-preservation.
By REUVEN BEN-SHALOM
As we embark on a new (school) year, perhaps it is time to resolve to reclaim space for human interaction and to stop blaming technology.
By GALINA VROMEN
On one of our ferrying trips our granddaughter turned to me and said ‘How were you in touch with
your friends if you didn’t have a smartphone?’
By BRENDA KATTEN
With over 250 foreign companies creating research facilities in Israel, its strong high-tech capability has been rated by the University of Lausanne as one of the top five world powers in this key area.
By JONATHAN ADELMAN
The treatment didn’t seem to make much of a difference, but it set me on a course of being a bit of a medical daredevil.
By BRIAN BLUM