12.05.2016 | 5 Kislev, 5777
Analysis: Fatah election fails to bring new group of leaders
Kerry: 'Israel heading to a place of danger' over settlements
Ontario becomes first Canadian province to reject BDS against Israel
Israeli warships being built in shipyard owned by Abu-Dhabi and Lebanese firm
Maccabi Tel Aviv escapes Haifa with a win
Hapoel Tel Aviv edges Bnei Yehuda; Beitar visits Mac Haifa
Saying good-bye to Ran Pekker, the legendary IAF combat pilot
Analysis: Despite Amona panic, don't expect an election
Netanyahu seeks deal to save settlement homes in Amona
Israelis join group of observers to monitor Uzbekistan election
‘Savings for every child’ plan moves forward
Egyptian-born actor Jacques Cohen dies at 86
Ready to Trump the other comedy tours
Oud Festival Review
View from ‘The Women’s Balcony’
Amar’e Stoudemire’s son still can’t play youth basketball in Jerusalem
Soccer: Beersheba running away with Premier League
Growth of hi-tech turning Jerusalem into ‘Start-Up City’
Farmers block roads in protest of government policies
Israeli agricultural robot aims to help farmers assess fruit yields
Histadrut intervenes in El Al pilots dispute
New Worlds: How the brain decides what is good or bad
An empty crib
Breast cancer patients’ modesty could force male surgeons out of business
Helmsley Charitable Trust donates $5m. to Jerusalem hospital
After long dry spell, rains pour over Israel
Asbestos hazards continue to plague Beit Meir residents after fires
Environmentalists: Don't replant trees after Israel's fires
Letters to the Editor: Succinct summation
Netanyahu, like Castro, will never change
Reality Check: The settler tail wagging the dog
Think About It: ‘The Mizrahi struggle has failed’
Netanyahu will work with Trump against 'bad deal' with Iran
ISIS retaliations attempt to slow Iraqi advance in Mosul
Rouhani proposes Iran budget rise as Trump election threatens growth
Irish student imprisoned in Egypt begs to be buried in his homeland
US Senate vote to extend Iran sanctions proves US unreliable, says Iran
Iranians in Kenya face terrorism charges for Israeli embassy 'attack plot'
Report: Islamic State leaders called to choose successor to Baghdadi
Hezbollah vs ISIS vs Israel
Shin Bet nabs Arab-Israeli teen planning to join ISIS
Dutch police nab several jihadists who plotted synagogue attack
Polish culture minister denies involvement in antisemitic event
Azerbaijan’s embassy to co-host Hanukkah party at Trump’s DC hotel
Why did a Hong Kong couple sponsor the aliya of 1,372 Ethiopians?
Moments before signing an agreement, El Al and pilots in open conflict again
Israel, EU seek to utilize tech-education to solve impending job crisis
Unsettled Gulf Arab states seek to coordinate in wake of Trump election
Mississippi Gov. to ‘JPost’: Trump will be great for Israel
Diplomacy: Donald Trump, have we got an Israel policy for you!
South Carolina governor who opposed anti-Israel BDS to be Trump's UN envoy
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
Mazel tov: Mila Kunis and husband Ashton Kutcher welcome baby boy Dimitri
The Travel Adviser: Drawing a line in the sand at El Al
Into the dark world of espionage
Grapevine: Between investigative reporting and a vendetta
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?
Petitioners suggest Trump name US-Lebanese ex-porn star as Saudi envoy
Why ‘Daily Show’ host Trevor Noah had a bar mitzvah
Was CNN right to apologize over caption on 'alt-right' antisemitism?
How Trump's top aide Stephen Bannon made money from 'Seinfeld'
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
The secular kabbalist
Love and betrayal behind the lines
Parashat Vayeitsei: The danger of routine
Reassessing American interests in the Middle East
Top of the hill
Cooking: Back to Tangier
Pascale's Kitchen: Yeast Cakes
Rising to the challenge
This week in Jerusalem
From the ashes
Open for all, open for Shabbat
Israel’s food waste and how to prevent it
Nature fests and acid trips
Art therapist Mindy Edelman: Cut out for vision boards
The gift that keeps on giving
שְלוֹשָה אַחִים וּמְעָרָה
חוֹפֵי הַיָם שֶל יִשְׂרָאֵל
ִיחִידַת הָאוֹפַנוֹעִים שֶל מַדַ"א
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T.E. Lawrence wanted to see Jewish colonies – 'bright spots in a desert' – in the Holy Land
'I am always ready to help'
Christian heritage site found ransacked after monastery retaken from ISIS
Danny Atar: “For each tree that was burned, we’ll plant two new ones”
Police Sappers from Abroad Plant Trees in Memory of Jonatan Vermeulen
JNF UK Dedicates the Jonathan Wohl Music School at Ono College
Update: Six days of battling the flames throughout Israel
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
Netanyahu calls on Obama not to back Mideast moves at UN in twilight of term.
By ADAM RASGON,HERB KEINON
“I can’t rule out that there may be a new initiative before the end of this administration.”
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
By convening the meeting the Palestinians are hoping to sway the UNSC to pass a resolution condemning West Bank settlements.
Israeli envoy Danon repeats call for direct negotiations with the Palestinian Authority.
The draft resolution demands the UN Environment Program send a group of experts to the Gaza Strip to conduct an assessment of the environmental impact of the recent wars in Gaza.
By MAAYAN GROISMAN
In INSS research paper, former senior officer from IDF’s Planning Directorate warns of challenges to UNDOF in North.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
French Ambassador defends pro-resolution vote, says it should re-trigger negotiations.
By HERB KEINON
State Department says draft bid calling for Israeli withdrawal to pre-1967 lines "sets arbitrary deadlines" for reaching peace deal, doesn't meet Israel's security needs.
By MICHAEL WILNER,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Abbas said that the Palestinians will decide on their future moves regardless of the result of the vote, but did not elaborate.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Palestinian chief negotiator Saeb Erekat on Tuesday urged the United States to refrain from blocking a Palestinian drive for statehood.
Day after Jordan submits draft to United Nations Security Council, US says won't show support for it.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,KHALED ABU TOAMEH,HERB KEINON,MAYA SHWAYDER
Some countries believe agreement on a resolution would be easier to achieve before Israeli elections in March.
"The time has come to find the political will in order to work seriously for achieving the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
"The international community has done nothing but be complacent, while the blood of Israelis is being spilled."
The United States is expected to veto the resolution.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
The proposal calls for the full withdrawal of Israel to the pre-1967 lines by November 2016.
On visit to the US, Netanyahu is long on hope and short on talks of threats and fears.
Netanyahu complained to Ban that the council was focusing its investigation on Israel, rather than on Hamas which used UN facilities over the summer to attack Israel.
Prime Minister's first meeting of trip to be with Indian PM Narendra Modi.
Serry says UN reached deal to enable reconstruction work in Gaza and giving a lead role to the Palestinian Authority with UN monitoring.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,YAAKOV LAPPIN,ANNA HIATT
Until late last week, there had been no movement on a council resolution since Jordan’s draft resolution was last revised in early August.
By ANNA HIATT
Jordan has attempted to pass a resolution on the Gaza conflict since July, with little success.
Danon: Never before have so many people, from so many places, gathered here in the General Assembly to declare unanimous support for the State of Israel.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Egypt Foreign Ministry Spokesman denounces Israel's Gaza op, but kept its Rafah border crossing with the Gaza strip closed for the sixth day in a row.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
The council said it was profoundly outraged, called the killings a “heinous act,” and expressed condolences to the families.
By MAYA SHWAYDER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Conventions are for worthy causes, but seeing PA's move to join them as without an ulterior motivation would be a mistake.
By VICTORIA KEZRA
Special Rapporteur on Palestine Richard Falk ends his six-year term.
UN special investigator on Palestinians gives personal legal opinion in his final report before exiting position.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,Henry Rome
Christina Cerna could take over for Richard Falk, the UN investigator on human rights in the Palestinian territories.
Prince Zeid Ra'ad Zeid al-Hussein set to replace Navi Pillay at recommendation of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
The Arab League wants a proven, pro-Palestinian legal campaigner who'll more effectively promote a BDS agenda than a Muslim diplomat.
The secretary-general is surely looking forward to the upcoming exit of Richard Falk, the council’s pro- Hamas investigator of “Israel’s violations of the principles and bases of international law.”
By HILLEL NEUER
Prosor will be first Israeli diplomat to supervise a UN election; Israel recently joined the JUSCANZ caucusing group in New York.
Danon: This agreement represents a double victory for Israel.
PA President Abbas told the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday that the Palestinian leadership plans to submit a resolution to the UNSC.
By ADAM RASGON
Her portfolio includes one of the more contentious postings for an Israeli diplomat.
Israel is one of the 67 UN Member States that have never been members of the Security Council.
Israel is the only country for which the UNHRC has assigned a permanent special investigator.
Ceremony marks 68th anniversary of UN’s adoption of Partition Resolution 181.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Chaim Herzog’s words still resonate 40 years later.
“For us, the Jewish people, this is no more than a piece of paper and we shall treat it as such.”
Captain (res.) Dor Matot, who fought last summer in Shejaiya, responds to the UNHRC report and explains "humanitarian considerations in Gaza cost us in blood."
By CAPTAIN (RES.) DOR MATOT
Fatah: There are American efforts to delay resolution • Netanyahu: Parts of Europe have anti-Israel sentiments
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,HERB KEINON
Both agree following Operation Protective Edge, there is a unique opportunity for a regional agreement based on shared interests of moderate powers in the Middle East.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman has offered the communications minister the post.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
The Quartet can play a key role in talks on the future of Gaza in the framework of a full-scale Israeli-Palestinian peace.
By MENACHEM KLEIN
The former commander of British forces in Afghanistan says Israel has done the best it can to avoid civilian casualties while fighting a callous enemy
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
UNESCO rules that govt's planned security barrier through the village farmlands would "irreversibly" damage ancient stone terraces.
UNRWA chief urges Egypt to open Rafah crossing, especially for those seeking medical treatment and students.
Liberman has not yet weighed in on call to boycott UN war crimes commission, as it did the Goldstone commission in 2009.
After being accused of "hypocrisy" regarding "collateral damage," State Dept. spokeswoman says Israel must "keep itself to a high standard."
Ban Ki-moon calls purported IDF shelling of UN school "a moral outrage and a criminal act."
State Dept. calls on "all parties" to "comply with int'l humanitarian law," publicly questions Israeli justification for striking near UN facilities.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Hamas putting civilians at risk, State Department says, by "hiding fighters" in UNRWA facilities.
By MICHAEL WILNER IN AMMAN,TOVAH LAZAROFF,HERB KEINON
"Those responsible are turning schools into potential military targets, and endangering the lives of innocent children," says Ban.
Council to probe Israeli "war crimes" after holding a special emergency session in Geneva on the IDF’s Operation Protective Edge in Gaza.
UN Human Rights Council says Israel may be committing war crimes in Gaza, declares need to investigate.
MK writes to Ban-Ki-Moon: "These are not fighters, they did not take part in combat. They are three young teens."
Was Guterres exempting Palestinians from their responsibility for allowing Hamas to turn Gaza into an Islamist, terrorist state?
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The reality is the UN has never prevented genocide and crimes against humanity, it has merely kept the spotlight off what the genocidal regimes are doing.
Forty years after the infamous "Zionism is racism" resolution, a look back on some of Israel's key moments falling in the month of November.
By YITZHAK ELDAN AND SASKIA PANTELL
The EU is not alone in its laissez faire attitude toward preventing material aid from reaching terrorist groups.
By NAFTALI BALANSON
His accusations that Israel is perpetrating a “war of genocide” against the Palestinian people justifies the harsh reaction that the speech elicited not only from Israel, but from the US as well.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
UNRWA’s existence is the problem; stopgap reforms are not possible and would not be helpful even if they were.
By NITZA NACHAMIAS
Only Qatar and Turkey – long-standing supporters of Hamas – have sided with Hamas.
By FABIO RAFAEL FIALLO
Many argue that the rigid application of this model by Trajtenberg and his own group of in-house economists, has transformed the country’s universities into factories.
By DAVID NEWMAN
Pillay is correct in stating that civilians are suffering the most, but does not hint that a murderous terrorist regime may be responsible for this suffering.
By REUVEN BEN-SHALOM
It is no coincidence that Israel has always been the first to offer humanitarian aid to Guatemala after natural disasters.
By MARINA SMOLYANOV