Turkish delegation arrives in Israel to discuss investment in Palestinian business project
Which Member of Knesset was part of a deadly love triangle?
MK Rosenthal tries to curb 'black-market lobbying'
Netanyahu backs Hirsch appointment for police chief ahead of committee review
Mysterious 2,000-year-old podium found near Temple Mount in City of David
IN PHOTOS: A movement of color at Bat Yam street fair
An abundance at Acre
A beautiful dance
Tackle football: Israel overcomes Spain in 1st competitive game
Maccabi TA edges Beersheba thanks to Zahavi
Judo: Israel ends World Championships with just one medal
Israelis fall short of finals at Beijing
Islamic State sours the sweetness of diplomats’ Rosh Hashana toast
Israeli teacher under fire for participating in Nabi Saleh demonstrations
Palestinian prisoners launch hunger strike to protest detention
In New York, Edelstein invites his Arab counterparts to meet him in Jerusalem
Report: Hezbollah enlisting West Bank youth to carry out terror attacks against Israel
Father of Palestinian boy at heart of clash with IDF: Our children are doing their duty
Parents of Jewish journalist Sotloff open up to press one year after ISIS beheading
Soccer match in Germany ends in brawl amid anti-Semitic insults
Showers installed outside Auschwitz remind visitors of gas chambers
Lost Nazi train is merely a sliver of theft ‘beyond imagination,’ says historian
'He saw beyond the illnesses into the souls of his patients'
Obama: US and Israel must improve Intel cooperation to stop Hezbollah from getting missiles
WATCH: Peres meets daughter of Iranian ayatollah in plea for peace
Cheney: Iran deal likely to lead to first use of nuclear weapon since WWII
A new era? Iranians erase 'Death to America' graffiti from wall of former US embassy in Tehran
ISIS partly destroys another ancient Roman temple in Palmyra, monitor says
Report: ISIS beheads 39 of its own members
Worth their weight in gold: ISIS reveals new coins to replace 'satanic conception of banks'
US confirms Islamic State computer expert killed in air strike
Iran's Rouhani: Israel founded on intimidation, terror, occupation
Missing piece found in liver puzzle
Fledgling scientists meet elder geniuses
Risk of another autism spectrum disorder child after a first one is much lower than presumed
Allergy experts urge taking kids with symptoms for evaluation to avoid problems as school start
Finance Ministry pledges to reform solar energy sector
A rock star, 9 congressmen, and one solar field
German, Israeli and Jordanian experts team up to explore climate change and bird migration
Israel likely to be water-stressed in 2040, study finds
Israeli startup's digital 'guardian angel' saving lives of children with special needs
An Israeli laundry app with potential for more
Global innovators collaborate in Israel
The new space age: Israel holds youth satellite building contest
NIS 4 million budgeted for Tel Aviv businesses affected by light rail construction
Israel Housing Forecast: Prices on the rise
Dropping songs, not bombs: ISIS Karaoke Twitter account gains popularity
Is Kanye's upcoming trip to Israel a ploy to boost his presidential profile?
WATCH: Shimon Peres throws a paper airplane in the name of education
A fitting way to remember the fallen
Culture, religion and Israel’s economy
Young people in the Middle East must embrace peace
The Iran deal
Think About It: Parliamentary oversight of foreign policy
The People and The Book: Of power and pain
Stasis of belligerence
Necessary Stories: Hitched
A concerned poet
The improbable Zionist
Open the gates of conversion
A literary life
Solemnity and levity on the shore
A laptop, Wi-Fi and a cup of coffee
Unusual tombs in the Kidron Valley
Here come the ‘monument men’
Oddities: Almost paradise
It’s a boy!
Shades of black and white
The face of Israeli prostitution
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: כִּנֶרֶת
הַמִזְרָקָה הַמוּזִיקָלִית בְּאֵילַת
Samphire and sourdough
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Soldier?
Parshat Ki Tavo: A Wandering Aramean
Letters to a Lost Soldier - World War II is Finally Over in September, 1945!
The unwanted who keep coming
Gaza Evacuees in Halutza, 10 Years Later
A Corner in Nitzana Forest in Memory of Sergeant Erez Sagi
Australian Legislators and Political Advisors Visit Gaza Border Communities
New Campsite for Youth Dedicated in Maginim Forest
Chinese Delegation Tours Negev Agriculture and Forestry
Italy’s National Day at EXPO 2015
The Ambassadors’ Club of Israel Tours the Galilee with KKL-JNF
The International Solidarity Mission Says Goodbye in Jerusalem
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
An Olah Reports From Nepal
How One Oleh is Helping to Transform the Way People Drink Water
From Think Tank to Environmental Consultant
Award Winning Designer Launches Career as Wedding Dressmaker
How Natalie Edwards Built a Successful Career in Israel’s Startup Industry
5 Tips to Land a Job in Israel
Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
5 Strategies for Finding Your Professional Place in Israel
36 Hours in Southern Israel
Food Shopping In Israel
How Women Can Have it All in Israel
The Eisenberg’s Long Journey Home
Why Retirees are Thriving in Israel
Thanks to Aliyah video
6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
Starting Over in Israel
Sam Eisenberg: From Nativ to Aliyah
WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
5 Ways that Olim Kick Back
VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
Make yourself at home… in Israel
NBN Announces Bonei Zion Prize Recipients for 2015
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How Doctors Are Impacting Israel’s South
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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
In Europe and the US, these ultra-low-cost carriers such as Spirit and Ryanair are attracting new customers with menu-like pricing.
By MARK FELDMAN
Association's president calls for reducing regulation and creating a national body to linking the various tourism businesses.
By NIV ELIS
Sheltered from regulation, online entrepreneurs flourish.
By EITAN AROM
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.
Tourism is still reeling in the aftermath of the 50-day war with Gaza last summer.
Go online, call your travel consultant, but find alternative flights that you can suggest to the airline employee.
Malaysia recently banned all travel to Israel over security concerns arising from last summer’s Gaza conflict and the threat posed by the Islamic State.
Discover the history of the birthplace of Jesus Christ.
By ELISA MOED/TRAVELUJAH
The historical city, located just outside of Tel Aviv, also offers rich culture and true adventure.
Here you can observe bears, otters, white and gray wolves, lynxes and mountain deer. Free trails help you experience the intimacy of wild animals within their ecosystem.
By MOSHE ARENSTEIN
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
Celebrating the completion of three new communities - Naveh, Shlomit and Bnei Netzarim - built for Gush Katif evacuees.
The new single track passes through four communities - Beeri, Alumim, Kfar Maimon and Shokeda.
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
After decades of excavations, the Kishle and moat are now accessible to the public.
By CARL HOFFMAN
The plane was carrying eight passengers from a cruise ship when the crash occurred.
With 150 unaccounted for, it remains unclear if Israelis were harmed in the deadly quake, those accounted for share their story.
By DANA SOMBERG/MAARIV HASHAVUA
Indonesian media says 149 Indonesians, 3 people from Korea, and 1 from Singapore, Britain and Malaysia were on board flight that lost contact with air traffic control.
Blacklisting does exist in the travel industry, and does not necessarily require a physical list.
Although it faces many internal disputes, for tourists, Turkey is a choice destination
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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
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
Immediately after the quake, Shani messaged her parents to let them know she and everyone in her group had survived and that no one was injured.
Terror threat to Israelis in Africa has risen, travel advisory says.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Babies and small children are involved in choking incidents when small pieces of hard food gets lodged in the trachea.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Lawsuit seeks reparation after suffering 28 hours of delays in New Jersey to Israel flight.
In an effort to increase road safety and reduce speeding, BGU team proposes the installment of speed cameras throughout.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Singing from the heart’s voice
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Innovative new platforms promise better experiences for travelers.
By BUZZY GORDON
"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."
By MEITAL SHARABI
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.
"The famous medieval Jewish traveler, Benjamin de Tudela, visiting Rhodes in the second half of the 12th century, noted that the Jewish community numbered 500 people..."
By IRVING SPITZ
The city of Ramle has undergone a significant transformation over the last five years and is now a popular tourist attraction.
Also known as Thera, Santorini is part of the Cycladic group of islands and of interest to the casual vacationer, historian, archeologist, geologist, art enthusiast and nature lover.
A cacophony of sights and sounds collide in the Chandni Chowk market.
By BEN G. FRANK
A desolate countryside, vibrant bazaars and generous, protective people – living in a harsh reality where the Taliban rules, women are targets and it is ‘dangerously easy to destroy lives’ on a dime
By TAMARA BARAAZ
The heart of her apartment, in which she lives with her husband, is undoubtedly the kitchen.
Wander the ancient city’s narrow streets, where there is so much to learn and experience.
“The Dutch are born on a bicycle” was the mantra we heard time and again during our six-day sojourn in the flattest and possibly most cycling-friendly of countries.
By BARRY DAVIS
This forest area in the northern Golan Heights is a pleasant place to take a walk with the whole family.
With the future uncertain, the isolated island nation opens up to world media.
By BEN HARTMAN
The historical southern city is rapidly growing and tourist friendly.
By AVIVA BAR-AM
Overlooks, nature walks and exciting virtual figures in Yitzhak Rabin Park make the 1948 siege of Jerusalem and the battle for the road to the capital come alive.
The next month will bring four weekends of music, food and, of course, anemones to the Negev.
Less than three weeks before deadline, US negotiators believe the talks will likely come down to the wire.
By MICHAEL WILNER
"There are no threats," Tunisian official says, countering travel advisory issued by Israeli government Saturday.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Security forces in area searching for suspects of incident that occurred near Silwad.
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.
By SIVAN AZULAY
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
By GEORGE MEDOVOY SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
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 GRAEME STONE
The hedonistic Cote D’Azur seeks to increase tourism and business ties with Israel.
By LAURA KELLY
Ukraine is keen to highlight tourism opportunities in its culturally diverse and beautiful western regions.
A guided family bike tour on Israel's Independence Day.
By JOANNA SHEBSON
In the spirit of forewarned is forearmed, let me present some tips to avoid becoming an Innocent Abroad.
My jaw dropped – driving around Beersheba for three days with an advanced octogenarian from outback northwest Queensland would be a challenge.
It’s also nothing like the rest of Florida; it’s a little like noting that Manhattan is part of New York.
The video has already become a viral sensation among Facebook pages and forums frequented by flight attendants, getting tens of thousands of views.
A recent letter highlights the pitfalls and problems posed by presumptuous personnel and incomplete data.
It’s no coincidence that this perfect vacation spot is called the ‘Venice of the North’
By SAPIR PERETZ
“Chappaqua,” says Sy Waldman, now retired and an artist, is “a lovely community of concerned and highly motivated residents, who value the arts, culture and education."
A fabulous hotel, excellent food and wine and friendly people.
By AVI HOFMANN
Tel Aviv is a major transfer market for Austrian Airlines.
Everyone in the tourism industry will be delighted with any increase.
The neighborhood is peopled by a diverse mix, and when the weather warms up people spill into its leafy streets, which become everyone’s common backyard.
A cruise in Southampton with Quantum of the Seas.
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
I didn’t feel so much like an impatient kid waiting for the next thrill but like an adult curious about finding something greater than myself.
By MATTHEW HERNBERG