Egged bus strike for Monday cancelled
Scheduling, not Netanyahu, prohibits Obama-Rivlin meeting
Largest Israeli religious youth movement invites members to build illegal settlement
Netanyahu expresses sympathies to Japan after apparent ISIS hostage killing
More chickens with bird flu culled at north-central kibbutz
Hebrew U. scientists map brains of the blind
‘Policing children’s Web surfing may backfire’
*Why some parents suddenly refuse to vaccinate their children*
Israel seeks solutions for 20 million tons of salt set to pile up annually
Israeli innovators receive grants to aid developing world
Tel Aviv-bound United Airlines passengers demand NIS 1.2m. for consecutive canceled flights
Genetic markers in olive breeding to bring cheaper, higher quality oil to consumers
ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Jerusalem ICC, January 22
Undercover cop reveals huge cocaine ring in south Tel Aviv
Nir Bergman’s journey to bring ‘Yona’ to the screen
Emma Watson launches second phase of famous gender equality campaign in Davos
Sela remains upbeat despite being overpowered by Nadal
Yellow-and-blue machine continues to roll on
Mac TA moves top; Beersheba falls in Haifa
Eilat gearing up for Israman competition
IAF upgrading old Hercules planes to bring them up to date
Analysis: Arab party unity deal – will it last?
Herzog may accept invite to Washington
Netanyahu urges Likud MKs to attack the press
MK Tibi suspects polls underestimate Arab united list strength
Environmentalist Yael Cohen Paran chosen for 24th spot on Labor-Hatnua list
Hezbollah in first response since Syria strike: Zionists will fail in attempts to set new rules
Rivlin blasts attack against Druse guard who served in President’s Residence
'Hezbollah promised not to avenge Israeli attack from Lebanese soil'
Report: Iranian general was killed in Israeli strike because he didn't turn off his phone
What was behind Israel’s strike in Syria that killed an Iranian general?
Netanyahu presented with emergency plan to absorb 120,000 French Jews
Ukrainian Jews look to evacuate city as Jewish woman reportedly killed by shelling
New report on anti-Semitism finds France is most dangerous country for Jews
Kiev to appoint special envoy to combat anti-Semitism
Kippah-wearing Swedish reporter assaulted in Malmo
Assad: Israeli strikes in Syria benefit al-Qaida
15 protesters killed on anniversary of Egyptian uprising against Mubarak
Zarif and Kerry get a little too friendly for Iranian regime
Rivlin praises Abdullah for bringing stability to region
Ex-Obama aide takes president to task for 'not being tough enough' with Iran
How did Saudi King Abdullah become a world hero?
Iran and the state of Obama-land
Letters to the editor: Jan. 25
Inappropriate elections tactics
If Palestine joins the ICC, then what?
When will we hear of Jacob’s daughters?
Two revolutions, two outcomes
Oil spill fallout
Arrivals: Securing his own freedom in Israel
Book Review: The lady doth protest too much
Book Review: Translating Patrick Modiano
Hot off the Arab press
Grapevine: A man of many talents
A not so tight budget
This Week in Jerusalem
Mud-slinging and more
Happily Eva After: Ushering in 2015 the Eva way
Giving Beit Shemesh children a helping hand
Red in the South
Anti-Semitism and the battle against Jihad
US, Britain and France will be next if ICC indicts Israel
Combating terror: The tough battle ahead
Lebanon reaches the limit
A song for Shvat: 'Song of the grasses'
אַתְ לְבַדֵך תָבִינִי
18 recommendations that could determine Israel’s fate before the ICC
La liste de Herzog
Le parti national religieux a un nouveau nom
Promesses et programmes de campagne
Les mots valent mieux que la violence
Coexistence festive à Haïfa
Festival du film juif de Jérusalem, que la lumière soit !
Un autre regard sur l’Ethiopie
Une démocratie tronquée
Hautement qualifiés, fortement motivés
2014, un excellent cru pour l'aliya
Loin de la campagne
Unis contre la terreur islamique
Le califat : rêve ou cauchemar pour l’islam ?
Comment Abbas tire avantage de la mort d’Abou Ein
Frappes en Syrie, Damas accuse Tsahal
Al-Sissi n’est pas Moubarak
Le 11 septembre français ?
Une semaine de deuil
Un éléphant dans un magasin de porcelaine
L'aveuglement de l'Occident
Birth control ban doesn't mean breed 'like rabbits,' Pope says
Pakistani Christians protest Charles Hebdo
WATCH: Orthodox Christians take the plunge to commemorate Jesus's baptism
Pope says Mass for crowd of over 6 million in Manila, appeals for suffering children
Anti-Christian prejudice: The last acceptable form of bigotry
Friends of JNF Australia Visit Negev Communities
International Dental Convention Participants Tour the Negev with KKL-JNF
Holiday Cheer as KKL-JNF Distributes Christmas Trees
The Moshav Movement Honors KKL-JNF
Serbian PM Plants a Tree in the Grove of Nations
Sharing and Learning - German Forestry Students Intern with KKL-JNF
Israel and Finland Connect through the Environment
KKL-JNF Experts Visit China for Future Environmental Collaborations
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
Nigerian Forestry Delegation Sees KKL-JNF Desert Afforestation First-hand
In his Footsteps: Heritage Excursions in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
WMC 2015 Closing Evening Reception
Living on the Edge in the Gaza Periphery
Former UN Ambassador Dan Gillerman at WMC 2015
WMC 2015 Opening Reception at Beit Hatfutsot
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
01.26.2015 | 6 Shevat, 5775
Political satire mocks rituals of Islamic State.
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Find television lightnings for this week on Israel's HOT and YES cable services.
By HANNAH BROWN
What to watch after a missile attack.
Normal and Orange are the flavors of the week.
‘Hanna’s Journey’ shines a light on the German strangers among us.
Local casting agent Sharon Soleimani describes the cultural importance of the American TV series ‘The Dig’ filming in Jerusalem.
By ARIEL HENDELMAN
Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs Minister Bennett says "a series in Israel is worth more than a thousand publicity tours of the country."
People now expect Israeli films to win prizes at virtually every major film festival, because they usually do. But not long ago – about 15 years ago to be exact – it was the opposite.
Viewers looking to wind down after a sweltering day at the beach now have plenty to feast their eyes on.
By NOA AMOUYAL
A new Canadian thriller series is well worth watching.
The sitcom ‘Silicon Valley’ and the docu ‘Fantastisch’ span the spectrum of comedy.
It’s not so hard to figure out ‘Chinese Puzzle’.
Claude Lanzmann’s latest, and blue-and-white Independence Day films.
With Leno already out, last week’s announcement of Stephen Colbert replacing David Letterman marks an end of an era for late night TV.
10 reasons we’re mad about ‘Mad Men.’
Nof Atamna-Ismaeel has often talked about her wish to open an Arab-Jewish cooking school.
By DEBBIE KANDEL
George RR Martin, author of book series on which the show is based, says saga was inspired by Maurice Druon's 'The Accursed Kings,' set in medieval France.
By REENAT SINAY
Israeli clothing store Hoodies' racy ad featuring the Israeli supermodel will only be shown after 10 p.m.
‘Mad Men’ and movie madness.
Fostanes, 47, won Israel's TV talent show in it's debut season. Eden Ben-Zaken took second place in the competition.
Package is 60% less expensive than current market prices, Cellcom says.
By NIV ELIS
Workers voice anger at Lauder’s representatives.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Results show that unrealistic beliefs and standards based on distorted assumptions impair subjective assessment of relationship quality.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
This year’s Ma’aleh film-school graduate screening promises to impress.
By BARRY DAVIS
The week's roundup, including the new master chef, Israel Festival news, Hol Hamoed tours and a lecture by the AP bureau chief
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The military is imposing a nightly curfew and only allowing army content on radio and television.
62-year-old says he killed first wife because her behavior "irritated" him, murdered subsequent lover because he thought she was after his money.
This week on the small screen.
A-G decrees that financially troubled TV channel can continue operating as usual until after March elections.
Israeli divorce drama "Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem" to contend for Hollywood entertainment award in category of best foreign film.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
This week on TV.
Director Rani Saar talks about television, values and life.
By DANA ZAX
Local fans of Channel 2’s ‘The Voice’ aren’t the only ones watching to see how standout contestant Jessica Katz fares – so is her uncle in Hollywood, Steven Spielberg.
By DAVID BRINN
Legendary TV personality Meni Peer passes away at the age of 67.
Programs to focus on family entertainment, Jewish World news, food, search for common ground among secular and religious Jews, the haredi world, economics; will include talk shows, dramas.
The Channel 2 poll found that 50 percent of Israelis were dissatisfied with Netanyahu and just 38% were satisfied, a 17% drop since a poll broadcast Thursday night.
By GIL HOFFMAN
‘The Knick’ is a gory trip back to 1900-style doctoring.
By ROBERT LLOYD
In his speech accepting the award, the 'Homeland' actor expressed support for the peace process and disappointment at the recent developments.
By MAYA SHWAYDER
Gideon Raff’s new series ‘Tyrant,’lacks complexity.
FX's Middle East-based epic, Tyrant, gets solid ratings, after filming in Israel.
By ELIA BERGER
Plenty of entertainment between tours, art and music is to be found
With ‘Not That Kind of Girl,’ ‘Girls’ creator and star Lena Dunham attempts to perpetuate her image as a pioneering avant-garde ‘It Girl.’
Three women attracting the media spotlight.
Last week you gave your readers reasons to see this fascinating and very well-made TV series. However, you omitted a warning to them on other matters.
By Jerusalem Post Readers
An exclusive interview with the creators of one of television’s most popular cult series, discussing the story behind the show’s fantastical rise.
By MOSHE ARENSTEIN
Our emphasis needs to shift from the one-time big talk to a continuous conversation.
By TRACEY SHIPLEY,JUDITH POSNER
At 60, the children’s book series is nowhere near retiring.
By RUTI KADOSH
Naqdi says “Zionists” control 95% of global mass media.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
Satirist known as "Egyptian Jon Stewart" says sketch canceled, amid speculation his latest script poked fun at a presidential election won by Sisi.
In a video released by Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), the heated debate between two Jordanian commentators on the crisis in Syria overheats.
After 58 days disconnected from society and the news, tenants panic as they are instructed to rush to a safe room in house.
Young protesters carried placards at broadcasting authority demonstration that read “Bibi wake up. They want to fire my parents!”
Demonstrations oppose bill that would close the IBA within the year and cause 2,000 people to be fired.
IBA journalists say that reality programs such as 'Big Brother' may soon dominate Israel’s television line-up instead of in-depth investigative programs.
More Israelis prefer online notifications, as compared to TV, print, radio news updates, according to recent survey.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
From concerts to art exhibitions to new films, here's what to look out for this week.
What to look out for this week.
The Colbert Report ended its years-long run on Comedy Central with an ensemble send-off featuring Bill Clinton, Henry Kissinger, and Thomas Friedman.
The legacy of Arik Einstein in song and on film.
The web took advantage of CNN's headline gaffes following the Jerusalem synagogue terror attack in the form of memes with imagined coverage of events throughout history.
By IDO KENAN
New on the screen: Barking mad and biting comedy, with a crime caper in between.
TV competitions vie to attract audiences’ attention and allegiance
By RUTH BELOFF
22-year-old Victoria Rafaeli – who told viewers ‘We’re Orthodox but we don’t dress it, obviously’ – finishes in third place.
By AMY SPIRO
A TV aficionado takes a post-Emmy look at a year’s worth of entertainment.
The usual suspects cleaned up at the 66th Emmys.
This year saw remarkable performances across the board, but on Monday night the most compelling performances by women will be honored at the 66th Emmy Awards.
Media ethics is an ongoing struggle, and not only in Israel.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
Are we getting a new broadcasting authority or is it only an exterior change of clothes?
By YISRAEL MEDAD,ELI POLLAK
Regev writes that the complaints raised such questions as whether reality shows should be limited, or does freedom of speech and expression protect them
From the moment he burst on the scene, he displayed an awesome ability to evoke the deepest feelings and sentiments from his audience.
By STEWART WEISS
Kay and Tim are the people we Israelis obsessively seek to impress but our sophisticated simulations drown in their syrupy shallowness.
By SARAH HONIG
Public broadcasting that denies its Israeli roots undermines two millennia of Jewish aspirations for a vibrant Jewish culture in our homeland.
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