04.29.2017 | 3 Iyar, 5777
Protests across the West Bank: Palestinians report dozens inured
For Abbas, meeting with Netanyahu is the easy part
Russia slams alleged Israeli strike on Syria
Arab merchants shut stores in solidarity with Palestinian prisoners
Israel planning 15,000 east Jerusalem homes
Netanyahu slams German FM for insulting victims of Holocaust
Peace Now protest blocked by police near Kohav Yaakov
US Senate unanimously signs letter asking UN to address anti-Israel bias
Bennett wins re-election as Bayit Yehudi head
Storming the Labor Party leadership
Netanyahu’s muscular diplomacy
Television: ‘Girls,’ guys and Oprah
Movie Review: A soft rain permeates ‘After the Storm’
The best of both worlds at Kitchen Bar
Veneziana in Haifa
How do you say slam dunk in Hebrew?
Basketball: Jerusalem beats Herzliya for 3rd straight win
Soccer: Beersheba looking to clinch championship at Mac TA
Vered helps Beitar leap over Petah Tikva into 3rd place
American Heart Association picks United Hatzalah as training partner
Israeli greens to march in global campaign against Trump climate policies
Israel’s united and uniting rescue team
A radiant idea
Teen pot smokers run high risk of schizophrenia, Israeli researchers find
Bird makes a rare stop in Israel after 'wrong turn'
Two million head to the outdoors this Passover holiday
Kinneret’s deceptive depths a new danger to swimmers
Editor's Notes: Why we are hosting Sebastian Gorka
Column one: Netanyahu’s bold move against Europe
Independence Day: Celebrating the process
Rooted in 3,000 years of history
Pope Francis arrives in Cairo seeking to mend ties with Islam
New photos emerge of Jewish convert Jenna Jameson's baby
Report: Desperate Syrians sell kidneys, eyes to Lebanese organ traffickers
Assad behind April 4 chemical attack, French intelligence confirms
Khamenei says next Iranian president should be less engaged with West
Trump says Iran violating ‘spirit’ of nuclear deal
Tillerson: An 'unchecked Iran' could follow same path as North Korea
Trump administration certifies Iran compliant with nuclear deal
Iraqi forces using siege and stealth to evict ISIS from Mosul
Egypt says air strikes kill ISIS leaders in Sinai
Islamic State seeking alliance with al Qaida, Iraqi vice president says
US-backed forces launch new attacks on Islamic State in Syria
Texas Senate passes anti-BDS bill, Gov. expected to sign in May
Outrage over German Foreign Minister's alleged belittling of Holocaust
US Holocaust Museum condemns reported persecution of gay men in Chechnya
Wisconsin students blame Israel for violence against African-Americans
Tel Aviv to house world's first construction tech hub
Minority Report: In pursuit of Optima results
Israeli firm, US Department of Defense to fight infectious disease together
Families of Holocaust victims and survivors reunited thanks to MDA tracing unit
Trump: I want to see peace with Israel and the Palestinians
S.Korea, US warn of punishment for N.Korea; US stresses sanctions
Ivanka Trump hissed at W20 Summit for defending father
Trump: UN Security Council must ready new sanctions on N.Korea
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
Grapevine: Happy 69th
Star Catcher - Astrology for the week of April 28, 2017
Grapevine: Tracing unit
Grapevine: Goldin’s letter
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
Dry Bones Cartoon - April 24, 2017
Ivanka Trump visits Holocaust memorial in Berlin
Dry Bones Cartoon - April 27, 2017
Dry Bones Cartoon - April 19, 2017
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
Just a Thought: On sirens
Publicly lauding Israel – from Iran
Unable to fight
Pascale’s kitchen: From the old country
A kashrut controversy – for one day
Adventures in bentsching
Touring the city
From prayer to fulfillment: Israel’s first birthday
Q&A with Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota
A hero of two armies
Celebrating at 60
Savta Suzy and Saba Momi
לְכָל אֶחָד יְרוּשָלַיִם
אַלְבּוֹם חָדָש: שָלוֹש
אַחַת. אַחַת וְאַחַת
הַמַסָע אֶל הַצִיוּר: אַבְרָהָם פֶרְדוֹ
The Christian Edition- one month free subscription
European pro-Israel lobby goes into the lion’s den
Christians, Muslims must live in peace, leading reverend says
Texas professors condemn Israel trip for students
Austrian Chancellor Plants Tree at the Grove of Nations
Fighting Fire with Fire
KOSHER IN CUZCO
Radical Islamic immigration strategy
The Oscars and Hollywood's hypocrisy; Dear Hollywood, If You Want To Help Women, You Must Strictly And Unapologetically Defend The Values That Have Allowed Women To Thrive.
The New Israel Fund's Law of Return
A humorous Royal Jordanian Airlines ad caught the attention of Twitter users on Monday as it urged passengers from Muslim countries to fly to the US with their services "now that you're allowed to."
By JOY BERNARD
“Effectively, I have become a prisoner in my host country.”
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Of the 739,000 tourists who arrived in Israel in the first quarter of 2017, about 655,000 traveled by air, 20% more than during the same period in 2016.
By SHARON UDASIN
Today, vacationers are pouring in, but Cuba sorely lacks the basic tourist infrastructure.
By IRVING SPITZ
Helsinki is a city with 315 islands, a peninsula surrounded by sea.
By BEN G. FRANK
At a prime location in Tel Aviv, the Leonardo Beach Hotel may not be the biggest, but it may be one of the best.
By YAKIR FELDMAN
A two-day trip to Pieria, Greece only really allows one to skim the surface of what the lush region has to offer.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Just under 36% of El Al’s flights arrived on time last month. Roughly 64% of the month’s flights experienced delays of at least 15 minutes and the average delay was 48 minutes long.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Following these simple tips will solve most of the problems except the number one complaint of hotel guests - noise.
By MARK FELDMAN
Not including fuel costs and the emergency landing, the detour cost an estimated 20,000 euros.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Touring 2,ooo kilometers and years of European civilization via the Danube and Rhine
August 26 is the next date for “Cinema on the Street,” the Promenade’s free movie night at 8 p.m.
By GEORGE MEDOVOY
The thriving French city is home to the fifth-largest Jewish community in Western Europe.
Tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sur les vélos électriques sans jamais oser
le demander : décryptage de la nouvelle tendance qui envahit les rues de la capitale
Kenya Belize it? Passover is right around the corner, Raleigh!
By MAXINE LIPTZEN DOROT
Gibraltarian Mark Randall makes a strenuous pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
Most locals say that the best time to visit Thailand is between November and February when the northeast monsoon blows cool, dry air that serves as a respite from the heat.
By SHAWN RODGERS
There’s more to the picturesque state than the Big Apple.
Welcome to Lisbon, I thought to myself, uncorking the bottle of wine that was put out to welcome me together with a basket of fruit and a jar of delicious tomato jam.
By GIL ZOHAR
Visiting here last month, I felt I was in a time warp – this is how Tuscany or the French Riviera once must have been before being inundated with holidaymakers.
From Lodz to Warsaw to Krakow, the specter of the Holocaust is never far away.
By AVIVA BAR-AM
Many tourists focus on Petra in Jordan, but the country’s north offers a rich array of historic sites.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Locally made schnapps, apfelstrudel and, of course, stunning Alpine scenery and inviting lakes are all part of the Carinthia and SalzburgerLand regions
By JEFF BARAK
A look at the Prime Minister’s Counter-Terror Bureau.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
World’s largest conference of travel bloggers held in Israel for first time.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Spots are open for three separate delegations of 10 to 12 passengers to participate in the eight-day trips scheduled for June 2018.
By ELIYAHU KAMISHER
The latest fixture in the Atlas Hotel collection boasts of elegant comfort in the center of the "Eternal City."
By JULIE STEIGERWALD
George Bernard Shaw said it best: “Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will.”
With Bangkok sinking, tourists might plan to visit sooner than later.
By ARI BAR-OZ
Israel for years has maintained Trumpian semi-bans on entry by citizens from several Arab countries and asylum seekers; The difference is that the law is often not enforced.
By ANDREW TOBIN/JTA
Sometimes this is harder than it sounds.
The winery offers music on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, attracting large crowds who enjoy wine, music, and about 100 peacocks that roam the property.
Touted as a ‘floating resort,’ the luxurious ‘Norwegian Star’ docks in Haifa port.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
Group of Israeli travelers told to cancel reservation at lodging in Baden-Württemberg.
Ein Zivan on the Golan offers many diversions, comfortable accommodations, and a refuge from the busy life.
By TERRANCE MINTNER
When it comes to luxuries on board, the sky’s the limit for United’s new Polaris Business Class.
My main tip for those going the self-catering route is to make sure that cleaning is included in the price or can be added.
Overall, the Nahsholim Holiday Village Kibbutz Hotel is a hidden gem. Situated along a beautiful stretch of beach, it offers a relaxing and comfortable vacation for the whole family.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
The Spain branch of El Al for months had negotiated with tourist officials from the autonomous region of Galicia over opening the flight channel.
Zionist Union MKs accuse former attorney-general Weinstein covering up and sabotaging investigation of affair in which Netanyahu accused of double-billing trips abroad.
By LAHAV HARKOV,DANIEL CLINTON
Report on new security measures under consideration emerges after a senior Israeli intel official last week pointed to European hubs as potential targets for terrorist attacks.
The concrete threat level against Jewish sites is high, the bureau said, reiterating its standing advisory to “refrain from visiting” the area.
By HERB KEINON
By HAIM WATZMAN
Thinking of your next trip? Why not Alaska? Even though its capital is inaccessible by car, and traveling does take some planning, it’s well worth the effort
By ITSIK MAROM
There are so many unique sites, places and experiences that this place can offer visitors and so many diverse regions, all in such a tiny geographic area.
By MEITAL SHARABI
The farm, which overlooks the Golan Heights, was established in the 1960s by Yehuda Avni and his wife, Yona, whose dream it was to create a warm home for horses.
We are entering peak season for exploring and experiencing one of Israel’s most happening tourist spots.
The festival, which has already begun and will continue until November 19, offers a variety of activities connected with wine that will take place in wineries and vineyards.
A late summer trip to the Emerald Isle.
By BARRY DAVIS
What to do on a visit to the Menashe Regional Council, just east of Hadera.
Many popular sites around the country are busily preparing for the New Year and will be extremely crowded, so I'd like to suggest taking a different route this holiday season.
What to do on your next trip to the beautiful Jezreel Valley.
The capital city is effortlessly cool, the mountains are awe-inspiring and the countryside is charmingly pastoral.
By LAURA KELLY
A surprising retreat in the country known as the capital of the Balkans.
Dutch design is clean, well planned and perfectly executed, like so much else Dutch. The message is clear and it just makes you feel good.
By DEBI LERNER-RUBIN
Venturing over to the Upper Galilee’s new tourism complex.
By RHONA BURNS
Rav-Kav smartcards to be used as the card holder pleases throughout the country, on all bus companies and Israel Railways, regardless of where the card was loaded.
By SYBIL EHRLICH
Refugees who are "in transit" and already have been approved would be able to travel to the United States.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Arab travelers in the Middle East and North Africa said the order was humiliating and discriminatory; Iran has vowed to retaliate.
In spite of much-ballyhooed security concerns, the ‘Magazine’ tours the land of the pharaohs,
eyeballs Ramses II and begins to relax with present-day Egyptians.
By BEN FISHER
US State Department updates travel warning for American citizens in Turkey.
Both India and China have become the darlings of the Israel government, its economy and the tourism industry.
As Nice continues to reel from the consequences of the tragic terror attack it suffered last years, tourists slowly go back to flocking Cote D'Azur scenic capital.
Han Hagalil is a comfortable hideaway perfect for unwinding in nature.
By NAOMI SMITH
United and American are introducing “Basic Economy” fares this month – a new class of service most easily explained as “you get a seat and that’s it.”
A business-class trip to Zurich is a breeze – and a pleasure.
By ERICA SCHACHNE
The majestic heights of the mountains brought us a spiritual high that we had never experienced.
By MICHEL KOGINSKY
"Two customers were removed from Delta Flight 1 departing London-Heathrow today after a disturbance in the cabin resulted in more than 20 customers expressing their discomfort," says airline.
A three-day Christmas and Hanukka Festival offers visitors a taste of the Western Galilee’s finest attractions
By SHARON AHARONI
Often, visa requirements are wrapped up in a Catch-22, where up is down and down is up and logic is totally lacking from the process.
‘Lori,’ a 100-year-old wooden sailboat, was home for three weeks.
By GRAEME STONE
The White House is in a 1920s Bauhaus building that was a youth hostel in its previous incarnation. Its interior design, with clean geometric lines, pays homage to the Bauhaus style that gave the White City its name.
By ILAN CHAIM,ILAN EVYATAR
The summer temperatures in the picturesque country are a welcome treat for visitors from the Middle East.
By STEWART WEISS
“A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles.”
Silence is golden in St. Martin.
By SARAH LEVIN
The airfares are low, the tourism infrastructure first rate and the options for a memorable vacation, limitless.
Switzerland offers a wonderland of snow, cheese, hiking and wild train rides in the mountains.
More often than not, the flying experience will run the gamut from pure bliss to heightened tension.
Change in Cuba? Possibly, but remember, a lot has happened in almost 60 years.
By MEREDITH HOLBROOK
Discover the ‘blissful, serene enjoyment in knowing that there are folks having the time of their life at something you might have loved to do, but are skipping’
By BRIAN BLUM
I’m glad I called Flannery out on this issue.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
ARE THE youth going abroad representative of Israel?
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Next time we’re offered a raft on the Jordan River, we’ll take it!
The experience of being reviewed as a guest is new, at least to me.
By BARBARA SOFER
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
According to the rules set up for me long ago, I can appear on the scene only when things are as bad as they can possibly get, or as good as they can be.
Go to the four corners of the Earth, plumb its secret places, discover its many wonders. Seek God’s presence wherever it may be found, and you will hopefully become a fuller, richer person.
Pride in its democracy and Taiwan’s desire to be liked and internationally accepted was evident throughout our weeklong stay.
By LIAT COLLINS
Getting away from it all makes you realize that you can never really get away from it all. Then again, it’s all relative.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN