Netanyahu: Israel, US discussing new security aid package unrelated to Iran deal
Time for tennis? Life is boring for Liberman in the opposition
Edelstein 'going crazy' over Knesset's inactivity
Shaked pushes bill to stiffen penalties against rock throwing
One Republic: Living the 'Good Life' in Tel Aviv
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Crowd-funding his way to culinary cinema
Comedy: Talking to Todd
FIFA ban would be a 'tsunami' for Israeli soccer, former top official says
Campaign’s last weekend brings very little drama
Rishon to face J’lem in semis, Haifa levels series with Eilat
Sela outplayed by Tsonga at French Open
In pictures: Rape culture protested in Jerusalem's fourth-annual 'SlutWalk'
IDF to lift seizure order on yeshiva in Yitzhar settlement
Palestinians drop bid to suspend Israel from FIFA
Man arrested in Cyprus suspected of planning terror attack against Israelis
Palestinians pan withdrawal of motion to suspend Israel from FIFA
Snakey move: Security forces find viper placed at scene of West Bank riot
Netanyahu: Moves like Palestinian 'provocation' at FIFA distance peace
Israel's Eini at FIFA: 'We can make soccer a bridge for peace'
Swiss police probe FIFA bomb threat; pro-Palestinian protesters ousted from soccer congress
Rapper Ice Cube scuffles with rabbi outside casino, hit with $2ml lawsuit
Prince William to address London Jewish fundraiser
Accused war criminal dies as Russia and Canada argue his fate
Belz Hassidim ban women from driving in UK
'The Godfather' drops out of play due to writer's Nazi sympathies
UN report finds continued non-compliance by Iran in nuclear probe
Agreement on punitive Iran sanctions remains elusive
Report: ISIS-linked terrorists in Sinai threaten to strike Eilat port
Chief of elite Tajik police unit defects to Islamic State, vows jihad against enemies
Over 470 bodies exhumed from mass grave in Tikrit believed to be the work of ISIS
Tuesday's rocket attack in South induced Ashdod woman to give birth
Whooping cough vaccine to be offered to Jerusalem infants in June due to a number of cases
World No Tobacco Day to be marked on Sunday
Rambam Medical Center's AID seminar aims to save lives in Africa, create goodwill abroad
Environmentalists claim victory as sand mining to stop at Samar
Netanyahu on natural gas: We will not repeat mistakes of other countries
Kahlon recuses himself from gas sector
Experts call for urgent construction of wastewater treatment facilities in West Bank
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Israel gains ground in competitiveness ranking
Into the Fray: The depraved indifference of ‘two-statism’
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PA foreign minister says Palestinians submitted request to set date for filing cases about settlements, alleged war crimes.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,TOVAH LAZAROFF,YONAH JEREMY BOB
first major statement by a high ranking IDF official since ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
US report, with lawyers given inside access to IDF operations, could impact International Criminal Court report on Gaza War.
Two soldiers were indicted for theft of NIS 2,420 and obstruction of justice of the investigation into the theft, while a third soldier was indicted for aiding and abetting the theft.
Insight into the changes, or lack thereof, that come with the Palestinians officially joining the International Criminal Court.
“As Palestine formally becomes a State Party to the Rome Statute today, the world is also a step closer to ending a long era of impunity and injustice," PA foreign minister says.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,YONAH JEREMY BOB,HERB KEINON
Expert says ICC could go after some settlements retroactively, on the basis that maintaining existing settlements was an ongoing crime.
At Just Security, Opiniojuris, Lawfareblog and other blogs, serious thinkers and even major policy-makers are weighing in.
The committee will have 40 members and will be headed by PLO negotiator Saeb Erekat.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Many of the biggest financial contributors said they would maintain their funding.
Givati soldiers have made a series of statements on and off the record against IDF lawyers investigating them.
Prime Minister's Office says Israel will do everything possible to thwart the ICC's decision to investigate Israel.
By HERB KEINON
The IDF investigates itself because of its values, not pressure from the International Criminal Court, says Maj.-Gen Danny Efroni.
Palestinians welcome decision by International Criminal Court to launch an inquiry into possible war crimes in the Palestinian territories.
Luis Moreno O'Campo says Israel must do damage control on alleged settlements war crimes.
NGO believes it can file wider range of complaints against Hamas, including for thousands of rocket attacks against Israel.
With the UN Schabas Report into the war coming out in March, the conflict over the legality of IDF actions and its investigations will continue for some time.
Initial statements by the UNHRC indicated it would make accusations of war crimes against Israeli soldiers, commanders and possibly against civilian-leaders.
Al Jazeera is reporting that the ICC “did not receive a positive confirmation” from the Palestinian Authority’s foreign minister, Riad Malki, to go ahead with a war crimes investigation.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Shurat Hadin alleges that Mashaal is "liable for Hamas’s war crime of execution without due process"; request uses Hamas leader's Jordanian citizenship against him, since Jordan is member of ICC.
Army releases footage of strike on school compound in Shejaiya where terrorists had concealed a rocket launcher.
New Axe Super Bowl advertisement shows conflicted countries such as Iran and North Korea, but each battle ends in romance, not bloodshed.
By Lauren Izso
In Israel, labeling a conflict as a war obligates the government to pay out hefty compensation for all indirect damage.
By NIV ELIS
Assad regime confirms fatality; PM: We will attack those who attack us.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,HERB KEINON
Youth killed by IDF as he and two others attempted to sabotage security fence near Hebron.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,YAAKOV LAPPIN,REUTERS
According to estimates, Hezbollah now has 5,000 rockets that can hit greater Tel Aviv area.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Military Advocate-General’s Corps concludes soldier did not see Palestinian activist in the line of fire.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Chief PLO negotiator calls on international community to boycott settlement products, divest from companies involved in the “Israeli occupation.”
Erekat says Palestinians will meet Israeli punitive moves taken in response to new unity government with charges of war crimes.
Groups, including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, say acceding to the court would end impunity for alleged war crimes.
Tzouk Eitan, un conflit « asymétrique » où Tsahal se comporte de manière plus que morale. Décryptage.
By RICHARD DARMON
Et si on appliquait le négationnisme aux négationnistes ?
By PIERRE-HENRI WEBER
Après un parcours riche, Pierre Assouline s’intéresse aujourd’hui, sous la forme d’une fiction, à Sigmaringen, refuge des collaborateurs en 1944
By VALERIE SHAPIRA
« Nous avons toujours considéré Monuments Men comme un film de braquage plus que comme un film de guerre »
By HÉLÈNE SCHOUMANN
Décimée par la Shoah, la communauté juive polonaise renaît aujourd’hui. Au bonheur des commerçants de Kazimierz…
By Sarah Lalou
En 1942, une jeune assistante sociale ose se plaindre à ses supérieurs de l’épouvantable condition des Juifs, lors de la rafle du Vel d’Hiv. 70 ans plus tard, la France lui décerne enfin la Légion d’honneur
By BERNARD EDINGER
Other board members from Argentina, US, Canada, and India.
By MAYA SHWAYDER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT,REUTERS
Pro-Moscow groups see Kiev promoting "fascist" groups; fighting continues in eastern city of Slaviansk.
State Department releases "travel alert," tells US citizens to avoid Russia-Ukraine border due to escalation in conflict.
Ukraine in a geopolitical struggle between Moscow and the West, which says Ukrainians should be free to choose economic integration with the EU.
All other policy options ‘remain on the table here,’ says spokeswoman;
Assad behind schedule on shipping out stockpiles of chemical weapons.
By MICHAEL WILNER
North Korea's Kim warned of charges in International Criminal Court; labor camps starving, cremating prisoners.
An advance team of monitors sent by east African nations arrived in South Sudan on Sunday to set up a mission tasked with observing a shaky cease-fire agreed by government and rebel forces.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Syria missed Dec. 31 deadline to transport the most toxic substances out of the country by a week.
Iranian President says world powers have admitted failure in stopping Iran’s nuclear progress.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Diplomatic sources in Jerusalem react to prosecutor's choice to relate matters concerning probe of last summer's Gaza operation “through the pages of the newspaper.”
The Turkel Commission’s Second Report focused on how much Israel’s investigations of itself comply with international law.
The use of asymmetrical warfare by terrorist create new challenges for IDF and militaries around the world.
Report finds significant shortcomings in Israel’s investigative apparatus.
Man’s inhumanity to man has been and continues to be demonstrated on a regular basis around the globe.
By PAUL ALSTER
Premier releases statement hours after The Hague announces inquiry into war crimes allegedly committed by Israel and Palestinian rejectionist groups.
As UN Human Rights Council set to launch probe of Operation Protective Edge, state comptroller announces internal probe of decision-making process of IDF and government during operation.
As UN Human Rights Council set to launch probe of Operation Protective Edge, state comptroller announces internal probe.
Don't you think that art can be dangerous?
By HAIM WATZMAN
26 Iyar is the Hebrew date for May 9, 1945, the day that Nazi Germany surrendered to the Red Army.
By SAM SOKOL
Bernard Wasserstein examines the heartbreaking choices facing the members of the Jewish Council of Amsterdam during World War II.
By GLENN C. ALTSCHULER
Officials with the Ministry of Health in Iraq announced Thursday that the first list of names identified in the tragedy will be released next week.
The preliminary inquiry could lead to charges against Palestinian and Israeli officials.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, the Nobel laureate said that such an investigation would be “good for both sides.”
Western and Arab states call election "parody of democracy"; elections to take place June 3; handful of other candidates not expected to win.
AFP reports a group of 30 high-profile figures wrote a letter to UN bodies in protest of humanitarian situation.
By Ariel Ben Solomon,JPOST.COM STAFF
Maintaining the treaty’s provisions, other than by explicit mutual agreement to changes, could be crucial in ensuring continued security on the Egyptian border.
Source tells newspaper 500 fighters killed in action; more than 120 Hezbollah fighters were killed in clashes around Yabroud.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
Advocacy group says destruction solely meant to punish civilians living among rebel fighters and had no military justification.
Jordan signs nuclear cooperation agreement with Saudi Arabia, but still has not made final decision to build reactor.
Tel Aviv-based Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center says number of Palestinians in Syria is growing; warns their return to Gaza is liable to create hotbed for terrorism, subversion against Israel.
In Christmas message, Patriach also says the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is blocking regional stability.
By JEREMY SHARON
North Korean officials described Rogen's "The Interview" as "a most wanton act of terror and act of war," due to a Kim Jong-un death scene, and vowed international retaliation.
By LAUREN IZSO
Both the Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Center and NGO watchdog organization NGO Monitor attack B'Tselem verification methods.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Senior military brass orders a comprehensive internal probe of the army’s actions during Operation Protective Edge.
Liberman has not yet weighed in on call to boycott UN war crimes commission, as it did the Goldstone commission in 2009.
The medical team will be assisted by foreign physicians and experts, says PA minister; "This time Israel would not escape punishment," says minister.
According to the IDF the posted pages of the manual focus on urban warfare, and discuss the benefits to Hamas when its own civilians' homes are destroyed.
Riad al-Malki asked the UN last month to end what he called Israel's impunity and said it "must be held accountable for its crimes."
Peace Index poll shows Israelis overwhelmingly approve of gov't performance; survey finds that Israeli Jews are overwhelmingly opposed to a cease-fire.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Instead of backing Israel’s right to respond to human rights violations by Hamas, the int'l forum in Geneva chose to side with the terrorists.
By STEVE LINDE
Today, there are a small group of Jews and Israelis who maintain this demented tradition of self-loathing by defaming the entire Jewish nation by seeking to portray the Israel Defense Forces – undoubtedly the most moral army in the world – as craven war criminals.
By ISI LEIBLER
"Commanders should be judged on the situation that framed the attack decision at the time it was made."
By GEOFFREY S. CORN
The body that established a committee to investigate suspected war crimes – the UN Human Rights Council – has a reputation for singling out Israel.
By MORDECHAI KREMNITZER
While Raoul Wallenberg’s legacy is uncontested, the mystery of his disappearance remains a stain on history.
By STEWART WEISS
The overriding symptom of stress and trauma during these times is a strong feeling of a lack of control.
By ARIELLA PERRY
They are not like us. We are not like them. And, cease-fire or no cease-fire, this war will only truly end when they are reeducated and stop hating.
By NAOMI RAGEN
History has proven that regimes like Hamas’s are ultimately self-destructive; it's a tragedy that so many good people must give their lives before such evil is eradicated.
By JPost Editorial
I was rather surprised to discover that this was the extent of your coverage on the very brave Allied soldiers.
By Jerusalem Post Readers
The State of Israel could contribute its considerable successful experience in absorbing large numbers of new immigrants/refugees in a very short time frame.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Part one: the religious aspect.
By DAVID BUKAY
The horrors of WWI were a foreshadow of the Holocaust.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
"The OPCW won the Nobel Peace Prize, but Assad got a reprieve from any firm action against his regime, an extension on his license to kill."
By KENNETH BANDLER
Court gives IDF commander convicted of harassment a light punishment.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Activist group says the last month has been the bloodiest of the nearly three-year conflict.
15% of world's suicide bombings occurred in Syria last year, Tel Aviv study reports; majority carried out by al-Qaida linked groups.
Majority come from Arab countries; volunteers undergo radicalization, continue terrorist activities in countries of origin.
Russian envoy to UN says Washington withheld information from international body about Syrian chemical weapons for months.
US modifying a naval vessel to be able to destroy chemicals; Italy, Norway and Denmark offer to act as middlemen.
Situation worse since report finished, says researcher; Rebel fighters have returned to Palestinian refugee camp where access to food, fuel, and medical supplies has been cut off.