Poll shows sharp decline in Palestinian support for third intifada
Senior PA official: 'Do we have to hijack planes for you to care about our cause?'
Netanyahu: Arab MKs who visited terrorists’ families are building ‘walls of hate’
Palestinian hunger striker reportedly rejects Israeli release offer
Justice Ministry oversight 'czar' files 2nd annual report
Kashrut certification pulled from PA West Bank factories over ‘security concerns'
CBS: 95% of Israeli couples are married
Basketball: Maccabi Tel Aviv lost for answers after Haifa mauling
Labor Party votes to freeze two-state solution; Yacimovich boycotts vote
Ministers vote to increase punishments for employers of illegal residents
PM: Military aid package with US may not be completed during Obama’s term
Moves underway for law enabling MKs to suspend colleagues with ‘special’ majority
Whisper down the lane
Israeli pop icon Gabi Shoshan found dead at 66
Springsteen Israel show frenzy grows
Concert Review: ADRIAN BELEW POWER TRIO
Soccer: Tel Aviv derby stalemate costly for Maccabi
Super Bowl 50: Broncos or Panthers — which team is the chosen one?
Israel maintains Group I status
Coen brothers on Oscars diversity: We write what we know – Jews and Minnesotans
German Jews celebrate identity with ‘Jewrovision’ song contest
Anti-Semitic video shown at New York high school discontinued
For Kiev’s Jewish refugees, little thought about tomorrow
Hamas and Fatah make yet another try at reconciliation
'Briton who became ISIS beheader traveled to Gaza with Galloway convoy'
Britain seeks to block sale of Lawrence of Arabia’s dagger and robes
Syrian refugees are a ‘horrific’ man-made catastrophe, UNICEF NGO chief says
Trudeau: Canada must move 'carefully' in lifting Iran sanctions
Israel's air force still keeps eye on Iran despite nuclear deal
Iran army chief: Missile program a threat to our enemies, Israel should know what that means
Report: Palestinian Authority arrests 5 pro-Iran operatives in West Bank
To silence propaganda, Iraq seeks to take ISIS offline
Report: EgyptAir mechanic with ISIS ties planted bomb in Sinai plane crash
ISIS media claims fighters killed in Israeli airstrike in Sinai
Government gets cracking on lowering egg, dairy prices
MDA staffers study at sign language workshop
More Haredi men working, as Arab women drop out of labor force
Weather Roundup: Cold and rainy in an unusually dry winter
New Worlds" Haifa researchers carry out sensitive detection of DNA sequences
When gender makes a difference
6 infants in Israel die from crib death within 4 days
Israel Railways is going electric
On the streets of Haifa, anger and fear mar a sunny exterior
Israeli start-up aims to revolutionize mobile-based charitable giving
Zcash saves the world, Geek PicNic goes to Jerusalem and AOL innovates
'Israel to invest to track potential terrorists on social media'
Flug: Allowing foreign workers in keeps construction methods 'ancient'
Does pro-Israel crowd ‘feel the Bern’? Sanders cites J Street, Zogby as advisers
Live from the primary: Our man in New Hampshire
Israeli Right rallies around Rubio
The Road to the White House: The establishment, the populists, and what they mean for Israel
Star Catcher: Astrology for the week of February 5, 2016
Grapevine: A Jewish melting pot
Grapevine: The King David, popular as ever
This Week in 60 Seconds: Terror at the gates of Jerusalem
Podcast: Behind the scenes of Israel’s Super Bowl ad
Podcast: Does the Western Wall plan signal the end of the haredi monopoly?
What’s a podcast and how do I get it?
Taxicab Diplomacy: Obama vs. Trump
January 8: A misnomer
A salute to the convert
Germany’s Jews: A chronology of awareness and fear
TERRA INCOGNITA: Israel’s dangerous anti-strategic game
On securing Jerusalem
Blowing every which way, at the Red Sea Jazz Festival
Mark Twain – a guest at the Virginia Pavilion
The soldier in the Mukhabarat
God’s presence is you!
Fifteen characters in search of a better author
The perfect mystery
Playing with conditionals
‘I don’t call them works of art, I call them stories’
Arrivals: Go with the flow
Hassidism: Democratizing the mystical experience
Wrestling with humanity
Monday mingling in Jerusalem – at Shaon Horef
This week in Jerusalem
Speaking with Yeshiva University's Richard Joel
Yeshiva University tackles the modern questions
In Beit Shemesh, more than just a children’s library
Made in Israel: The little sensor that could
Technology: Opening doors for seniors
A groovy cut in time
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: לֹא פַּעַם, בַּקַיִץ
F-35 מְטוֹס הַקְרָב
חָדָש בִּנְמַל הַתְעוּפָה בֶּן-גוּרְיוֹן
German pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his fight against the Nazis
US Professor who said Christians, Muslims worship same God to leave school
Today in History: James Michener’s visit to the Holy Land
Nazareth to host central 'World Day of the Sick' event
The Life of an immigrant - Memoir Part 1
Time to look to the east
New York, Nu York: A Weekend of Entertainment
Papua New Guinea Pilgrims Plant Olive Trees in the Galilee
Green Leadership Classroom for Rehovot's Hadarim School
Shimi Rouimi Garden Dedicated in Ofakim
Olive Tree Planted in Rome for Holocaust Remembrance Day
The New Shoham Forest Bike Trail
Planting Trees for Ezra Schwartz
KKL-JNF Christmas Tree Distribution in Full Swing
Senior Chinese Foresters Visit Israel
Prime Minister of Albania Plants 80th Tree in Grove of Nations in Jerusalem
President of Ukraine Plants Olive Tree at Grove of Nations in Jerusalem
Solar Panels Installed on KKL-JNF Offices' Roof in Jerusalem
23rd Beekeepers Conference Salutes KKL-JNF Professionals
Five Years after the Fire, the Carmel is Green Again
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
105-Year-Old WWII Hero Honored at KKL Italy Event in Rome
JNF Canada Negev Dinner 2015 in Toronto
Arava Open Day 2016
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
02.08.2016 | 29 Shevat, 5776
El Al has constantly made the case that it is the only airline which can be relied on to continue flying to and from Israel through thick and thin.
By ILAN COHEN
Aegean CEO Dimitris Gerogiannis wrote a letter dated Wednesday to PLO secretary general Saeb Erekat expressing regret.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Israeli passengers make a scene, refuse to take off, until Arab-Israeli passengers taken off board.
By MAARIV ONLINE
Transportation Minister Israel Katz this week approved the landmark NIS 28.3 billion, four-year budget for the project – the largest amount ever allocated to Israel Railways.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
TravelersBox has placed 75 kiosk machines in airports around the world, which enable people to get rid of all their leftover coins and bills.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
The fight against airlines that refuse Israeli passengers is not over.
By MARK FELDMAN
KOSHWHERE connects those seeking kosher cuisine with more than 100 food suppliers across the globe.
By JULIE STEIGERWALD
Entrance to the bypass road is open in both directions, with travel limited to a 50-km. per hour speed and regulated by four traffic circles.
By SHARON UDASIN
While a bottle of beer will cost you $2.70 at a bar in Krakow, in Tel Aviv it will cost $9.53, the GoEuro Beer Index finds.
By NIV ELIS
Tourism is still reeling in the aftermath of the 50-day war with Gaza last summer.
The measure would require visitors from the visa waiver countries to obtain a visa to travel to the United States if they had been to Syria, Iraq, Iran or Sudan in the past five years.
A Harvard student expected that a trip to Israel would confirm his reasonable European certainty of Israel’s arrogant oppression; That’s not quite the way things turned out.
By DAVID SINGER
In the future, we can assume that people commuting to the capital from the central district will account for most of the passengers arriving on the new rail line.
By YAIR ASSAF-SHAPIRA
Take a gander down memory lane, as longtime Jerusalem resident Greer Fay Cashman revisits its
old-time landmarks and meeting places.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Israeli start-ups meet a French accelerator who wants to help them succeed.
By MIRIAM KRESH
DINING IN Pacific’s Edge Restaurant comes with majestic views of Point Lobos.
By GEORGE MEDOVOY SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
Strict adherence to the tenets of Islamic law guide newly launched Asian airline.
By CORAL BRAUN
Assuring the American people as they prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, US president declares he had seen no specific, credible threats against the country.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The plane was carrying eight passengers from a cruise ship when the crash occurred.
When you sign up for a frequent flyer program, or even buy an airline ticket you’re giving the airline most of the power in any dispute that may arise down the road.
Winter wonderland, here I come.
By SIVAN AZULAY
The US State Department said that Israeli and PA security measures at popular tourist sites "are not 100 percent effective."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, sounds too good to be true
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The new TLV Balloon is taking off in Tel Aviv.
By LIAT COLLINS
A good time was had by all at Kibbutz Kfar Giladi.
By ILAN EVYATAR
The hotels on the shores of the Hashemite Kingdom offer a perfectly pampering getaway
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
In the Israeli culture, when someone has an idea, execution is immediate. Of course, some ideas don’t work, but the pace of innovation is so swift that genuine breakthroughs are made all the time.
By ALEXANDRA LEVIT
El Al’s CEO and President David Maimon says that expanding its North America operation was of strategic value to his airline.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Sigal Samuel’s debut novel traces a dysfunctional Jewish family and their relationship to mysticism.
By MELANIE TAKEFMAN
A guide to the Spanish city of food, fun and fashion.
By ORIT ARFA
Every city in Cyprus has its specialty – in addition to the beaches, of course.
By LAHAV HARKOV
"I am dedicating this week’s column to the latter group of people, who tend to stay far away from long, arduous hikes, and instead prefer to be pampered."
By MEITAL SHARABI
"You will notice an abundance of charming coves, archeological finds, secluded romantic niches and stone quarries."
"All the stories we had heard about simple farming folk getting around with horse-drawn carts turned out to be absolutely spot on."
By BARRY DAVIS
"Latvia is like the Daugava River running through the capital, Riga: indifferent, serene and crisp."
An innovative program spearheaded by the JCC connects Mexican, Israeli and US communities while exploring their family trees.
By JOSH HASTEN
This is a great time of year to visit this region, since it’s no longer too hot, but it’s still dry and there’s usually a nice breeze.
A memorable cruise that nearly wasn’t.
By IRVING SPITZ
To escape Israel’s heat, a European cruise takes the guesswork out of travel and never falters on activities or sights to see.
By AVIVA BAR-AM
When people think of Zichron, they usually picture the quaint pedestrian walkway that was built in the town’s heyday in the 1990s. Luckily, the area is once again picking up speed.
"I found myself at the Nahsholim boutique hotel on Dor Beach, and discovered that it’s still possible in 2015 to be pleasantly surprised in Israel."
Before leaving North Korea, Lior Dayan visits the border with the South, dances at a surreal karaoke party and discovers what’s hiding on the 44th floor of his hotel.
By LIOR DAYAN
Founded in 1948 by Palmah members, Kibbutz Tzova still functions as a cooperative community.
This southeastern European country can open a large window into the past.
By ITSIK MAROM
‘We believe a home should be a sanctuary, a safe place, a place that welcomes people and embraces them’
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
A lesson in discretion
You have to pass extensive and arduous tests and you have to show them an infinite number of documents, which prove two things: that you are not a journalist and that you are mentally healthy.
The small country located in southwestern Asia, just a two-hour non-stop flight from Tel Aviv – is so unique.
Yatir is a place for people who are looking for something a little out of the ordinary, or to live their lives at a slower – but no less exciting – pace.
In an attempt to lower the cost of hotel rooms, two government agencies last week announced a joint plan to tender state land to build a chain of five budget hotels with 850 rooms.
By GIL ZOHAR
The high region that ascends from the eastern side of the lake is the southern part of the Golan Heights, but what most people usually miss is exploring the treasures on this lovely plateau.
Aiming the lens at next week’s annual Photography Convention – and Jimmy Nelson’s portraits of indigenous tribes all over the world.
With the heat breaking, there are short, accessible hikes available in areas both pristine and historical.
By ALLAN RABINOWITZ
The Jezreel Valley has so much to offer the visitor to enrich and deepen the knowledge of this historic, rich area – all in a single but full day.
The historical southern city is rapidly growing and tourist friendly.
A new bill requires travelers who hold citizenship from, or have recently traveled to, Syria, Iraq, or any country listed as a state sponsor of terrorism, to acquire a visa to enter the US.
People stared at me and asked with gestures or words, "Where are you from?" When I said, "America," they grinned, smiled, said, "Welcome," or drew a heart sign in the air.
By JUDITH FEIN
Police declined comment on incident; cause of explosion unknown.
Listed by the State Department as a state sponsor of terrorism, Iran's citizens — primarily those living in Europe — will now face additional travel hurdles.
Less than three weeks before deadline, US negotiators believe the talks will likely come down to the wire.
Despite November’s terrorist attacks and renewed reports of anti-Semitism, an Israeli couple sets out to experience the Riviera - and gets a little more experience than they bargained for.
By STEPHANIE GRANOT
Whether you’re across the country or residing on a different continent, the ability to make rational travel decisions under extreme duress is never easy.
Let’s begin this nomadic tale with Manan, who had traversed the globe visiting dozens of countries along the way.
In reality, St. Petersburg was built for tourists and travelers who come to this part of Florida to escape the harsh winters up north.
By BEN G. FRANK
Luxury hotel in Israel receives score of 97.5 out of 100 from rankings generated from 128,000 global travelers in the 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards.
Following the dissolution of the USSR, the carrier was transformed from a state-run enterprise into a semi-privatized company.
During Hol Hamoed Succot, the streets of Acre come alive with a week-long fringe theater and music festival, which are highly recommended.
By GRAEME STONE
Paper tickets were particularly useful if your flight was canceled or you missed the flight or had any airline-related problem.
We were sailing along the Croatian coast toward Albania earlier in the summer.
My husband and I took our three kids to Alba di Canazei in the Italian Dolomites to escape the summer heat and enjoy some downtime in nature with our kids.
By JOANNA SHEBSON
British Airways operates 20 flights from London to Tel Aviv per week, sending plenty of flight crew to the sunny city for anywhere from two to seven hours at a time – or up to 24 by special request.
By AMY SPIRO
The ‘Post’ goes behind the scenes at bustling Heathrow Airport to see how the giant operation works.
"When I received this email my assumption was it was an April Fools joke or a Purim spiel."
Mark Feldman invites you to imagine how El Al could look five years.
Are the scales balanced on the matter of passenger vs luggage weight?
"Your frustration with the delay is vented at everyone involved, but does little to provide true compensation."
Yes, Islamic State is only 40 km. from the city, but as one local put it, “they might as well be on the other side of the world" thanks to "a wall of Peshmerga soldiers."
A Greek-island piece of heaven.
The picturesque Ukrainian city opens an Israeli honorary consulate in an effort to promote tourism.
By MAYA PELLEG
The historic Chautauqua Institution comes alive in summer with over 2,000 scheduled activities.
By STACEY MORRIS
The playground of global technology has recently moved to San Francisco.
Turning Stone Resort Casino covers 3,400 acres in central New York and is owned and operated by the federally recognized Native American Oneida Nation.
In Vietnam’s case, Hanoi does not boast the elegant restaurants, nightlife, or frenetic activity of Saigon, now known as Ho Chi Minh City.
Sunset was rapidly approaching. The surface of the Dead Sea had smoothed to a glass mirror, reflecting the crimson-colored images of the radiant Mountains of Moab in the distance.
By RUTH CORMAN
This is how we know there are no Jews on the moon – there’s no Chabad house there!
By STEWART WEISS
The Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project’s “MOMentum,” has allowed more than 6,000 Jewish mothers – mostly in their 40s and 50s – from around the world to take part in a sightseeing program.
By BARBARA SOFER
"We can report that there are definite traces of Jewish heritage in the Non Valley" in Italy, the writers say.
By MARIAPIA BIGARAN,FRANCO BONETTI
Tourism in Israel relies on Christian pilgrims, who make up 53% of all annual visitors.
By MEREDITH HOLBROOK
"I feel a freedom, a sense of belonging, a deep involvement with all that happens here – something I did not feel when living in the Diaspora."
By BRENDA KATTEN