12.07.2016 | 7 Kislev, 5777
Liberman: Israel working to thwart WMD transfers to Hezbollah from Syria
Shin Bet says terror cell responsible for West Bank shootings arrested
Analysis: Settlement bill marks a revolutionary moment in Israeli history
France's Hollande reportedly proposes Netanyahu, Abbas meeting in Paris
Report: British intelligence spied on Israeli diplomats, military
Israeli nursing student suspected of posing as doctor, treating 300 patients
Former Israeli MK questioned over alleged sexual bribes during his tenure
2 convicted, 1 acquitted in soldier’s tragic Independence Day death in Jerusalem
US troubled by comments that Israeli settlement bill is first step to annexation
Analysis: Of terror tunnels, comptrollers and the next PM
Zionist Union ‘hidden taxes’ campaign puts spotlight on the budget
‘Netanyahu more scared of political rivals than the ICC’
Classical review: Ashdod Andalusian Orchestra
A tasty look at coexistence in Haifa
Bob Dylan to send speech instead of attending Noble Prize ceremony
Egyptian-born actor Jacques Cohen dies at 86
Sinai says: Hapoel Tel Aviv debacle a harsh lesson for all of Israeli soccer
Hapoel Jerusalem looks to extend winning streak in Russia
Mac TA can’t afford another setback vs Bamberg
Wyatt wills Holon to overtime victory at Hapoel Tel Aviv
Israeli biotech firm successfully reverses human bone loss in early trial
Join the army – study shows it could lengthen your life
BGU dean says computerized medical systems vulnerable to hacking attacks
JNF water expedition shows off Israeli expertise and innovation
Local, foreign researchers warn: Roadway automation will bring on fresh problems
Israeli researchers on the Paleo diet: Neanderthals ate plants as well as meat
Officials from 10 West African countries arrive for unprecedented visit
Farmers block roads in protest of government policies
After long dry spell, rains pour over Israel
Asbestos hazards continue to plague Beit Meir residents after fires
American Jewish liberals have lost the plot
American media need psychotherapy
December 7, 2016: Amona and Hellenists
Rouhani says Iran won't let Trump rip up nuclear deal
Saudi court sentences 15 to death on charges of spying for Iran
Top Republican senator pushing to suspend aid to Palestinian Authority, Egypt
Australia to take over peacekeeping force in Sinai
Iran's supreme court upholds death sentence for billionaire tycoon
Netanyahu will work with Trump against 'bad deal' with Iran
ISIS retaliations attempt to slow Iraqi advance in Mosul
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
UK Labour leader Corbyn visits former death camp for Czech Jews
Why Elie Wiesel never moved to Israel
Jewish cancer patient finds bone marrow donor after worldwide search, Kim Kardashian pitch
Analysis: Prime ministerial appointment splits Jews of France – who adored Valls
Israeli experts heading to Japan to provide much needed cybersecurity
Israeli firm launches solar-powered device to monitor farm fields
A reckoning for Ellison on Zionism – and a test for its lobbyists
As Trump heads to Oval Office, Israel-US panel says 'the only thing certain is uncertainty'
Unsettled Gulf Arab states seek to coordinate in wake of Trump election
Mississippi Gov. to ‘JPost’: Trump will be great for Israel
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
Diplomacy: Donald Trump, have we got an Israel policy for you!
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
Judge Trump on his results
Trump’s challenge to American Jews
Middle of nowhere
Waiting for the new US administration
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
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French peasant widow saved life of a Jewish child against all odds
The Dutch electronics company exec who helped save more than 300 Jews in WWII
T.E. Lawrence wanted to see Jewish colonies – 'bright spots in a desert' – in the Holy Land
Hungary’s Minister of Agriculture tours the Negev
Christmas Trees from KKL-JNF Forests, 2016
Help Make Israel's Forests Green Again
Danny Atar: “For each tree that was burned, we’ll plant two new ones”
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
Heightened security remains in effect throughout capital, with emphasis on the Western Wall for remainder of Succot and Birkat Kohanim ceremony.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
School bags should have wide, cushioned straps that can be adjusted with buckles.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Hadassah neurosurgeons perform successful, four-hour operation on 14-year-old boy.
Welfare Minister: we have to protect our children from possible dangers
By HAYAH GOLDLIST-EICHLER
Organizers of the event described it as “sound meditation meets theater-meets dance party-meets live concert-meets speaker series, all in one insanely immersive experience.”
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Youth movement opens center in Gondar, Ethiopia, to cater to last-standing of historic Jewish community.
By CORAL BRAUN
A profile of Ateret Violet Shmuel, 30, who made aliya from Boston to Jerusalem in September 2012.
By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
NIF trips "cut," a result of the break between the organizations.
By SAM SOKOL
Dès la sortie du lycée, des milliers de jeunes juifs français décident de quitter le pays pour effectuer leurs études en Israël et, ensuite, leur aliya.
By HELOISE FAYET
Participation gratuite au club de remise en forme Bar MasterZ : telle est l’idée des frères Shlomo pour remplacer l’alcool et la violence au sein de la jeunesse sur les nerfs de Jérusalem
By ET GAR LEFKOVITS
Le tour du monde de cinq garçons pour une coexistence des religions passe par une étape incontournable : Jérusalem
Une initiative locale a permis à 120 enfants de réfugiés sud-soudanais déportés d’Israël, d’intégrer un pensionnat ougandais. Mais le mal du « pays » ne les quitte pas
By BERNARD DICHEK
La ville du Sud bénéficie d’une infusion d’énergie nouvelle venue d’une population estudiantine, qui a entrepris de construire de ses mains les lieux qui l’abriteront.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Après des semaines de combats qui ont vu leurs amis blessés ou tués sous leurs yeux, personne ne peut plus taxer ces jeunes d’insouciants ou, pire, d’ignorants des vraies valeurs
By AVIRAM ZINO
Israël deviendrait-il extrémiste ? Ou adopte-t-il une attitude normale pour un pays en état de siège ?
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
Les cas de victimes auraient droguées par leurs agresseurs avant d’être abusées sont de plus en plus nombreux en Israël.
By SASKIA BECAUD
We hope to channel the energies of one of Israel’s best and brightest, and we feel the excitement and honor of knowing that some of her belongings will now become a part of the Sobar.
By TRACEY SHIPLEY
In a promotional video released online this past week, “Ziona," a young woman, speeds on her bike across the capital – clearly trying to send a message of a young and dynamic city.
By PEGGY CIDOR
"To have other kids their age come and spend time with them means a lot to these children."
By ORRI J. AVRAHAM
Kaima Farm catches teens before they fall out of the educational framework.
By SHARON AHARONI
That was the beginning of my relationship with an extremely talented boy who was drowning in his addiction.
A groundbreaking approach to looking at human understanding gives those with autism a new lease on life.
By CARL HOFFMAN
... is worth a pound of cure.
Sulam L’Atid is equipping Jerusalem’s socioeconomically challenged youth for a more solid future.
The project is still growing, and the support it receives is the backbone for further success moving forward.
By MAYA PELLEG
Parents need to find a way to take the shame out of suicide, should the topic come up.
By TRACEY SHIPLEY,JUDITH POSNER
“We want our youth to be integrated in normative activities – community activities, culture and leisure time, aimed to give them more education and more involvement in their community."
Rosenheim, who until recently was vice president of the religious Bnei Akiva youth movement, is known to be a man very close to Education Minister and Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett.
“If we buy a pack, all our friends will bum cigarettes from us. Why should we spend our money on them?” says a 15-year-old smoker.
The Bnot Batya movement is exceptionally large, numbering 17,410 girls this year. The reason for this is the inclusive nature of haredi education: The movement serves a complementary educational function within the Bais Yaakov network of schools.
By LIOR REGEV
“It’s a big event for us, but we’re also here to have fun,” says participant.
By SHANA MEDEL
We cannot force our kids to take a different path, but we can do two important things.
The IBA wants to make sure youth teams don’t bring in foreign recruits in order to strengthen their rosters.
By ALLON SINAI
While 65 percent more pupils joined youth movements during the last decade, many of those cannot afford the experiences those movements sponsor.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Four young adults realize their vision of turning their house into a home for all.
Program works to promote a tolerant society through knowing the “other.”
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
"Keep Olim in Israel" group links immigrants with Israelis for Seder.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
A Purim story that could have ended in tragedy.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The Jerusalem Unity Prize, now in its second year, was launched by Barkat together with GESHER.
The competition, which calls on students to suggest a cultural hero, is spearheaded by the prestigious international Dan David Prize, in conjunction with the Tel Aviv Youth University.
The Justice Ministry said that crimes were "ideological" in nature and added that the jail sentences were necessary in order to deter future incidences.
SHALVA has witnessed extraordinary growth in the last 25 years, and this year provided comprehensive disability services to more than 500 babies, children and young adults with special needs.
By STEVE LINDE
The social initiative offers an alternative to the rampant culture of consumerism characterized by US post-Thanksgiving super sales.
Program for talented youth has turned out over 40,000 grads, a figure it thought would take 2 decades.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Free time during summer vacation leads to dangers online.
Teens seeking summer jobs can keep bosses honest with Economy Ministry smartphone app.
The death marks the fifth infant to die in South Tel Aviv during the past two months.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi,BEN HARTMAN
Organization works to integrate people into the workforce, runs youth programs, trains educators, and operates Community Knowledge Centers.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Two children already hospitalized for reckless holiday-related accidents.
“Good deeds day is a day that does good for the heart," says Shari Arison.
Ministry aims to build around 700 new classrooms within two years.
Proving equality for all, despite proposed Nation State legislation, proves challenging.
By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN,GREER FAY CASHMAN
The officer, who is 40, told the youth that he was only 37-years-old, and asked that he be referred to as “the officer.”
By BEN HARTMAN
Data reveals Jewish student population, not including the ultra-Orthodox, had an increase of 5.6% in eligibility for a matriculation certificate - an additional 2,800 students.
Hi-tech and Israeli youth
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Jews from USA
Is there a problem?
By MIKE GROPPER
Not your typical student body, the Eastern Mediterranean International School in Israel hosts young people from all over the world.
By PAUL SÁNCHEZ KEIGHLEY
Kav L’Noar for at-risk youth teams up with the Givati Brigade and a New Jersey marathon runner.
By MIRANDA LEVINGSTON
Egyptian Sheikh Dr. Omer Salem speaks to burgeoning young diplomats on Jewish-Muslim conciliation.
By REBECCA ABRAHAMSON
Students from two Jewish and two Arab towns are meeting and discussing heavy topics – learning the important diplomatic skills of debate, reconciliation and, maybe, even friendship.
By LAURA KELLY
Behavior becomes potentially problematic when virtual online friends start to be the focus of more communication and become more important than real-life family and friends.
The Institute of Youth Leaders from Overseas celebrates 70 years.
By WENDY BLUMFIELD
Momentum, a nonprofit started in 2010 , helps soldiers transition out of the army into civilian life.
By PAMELA PELED
A roundup of some great shows and exhibits happening this week.
By BARRY DAVIS
38% think they’re better off after Arab Spring, down from 72% in 2012; 47% confident in their government’s ability to deal with ISIS.
Official says the game's goal is to "raise the morale of the mujahedin and to train children and youth how to battle the West."
Two millennials recount living the childhood dream (or nightmare?) of getting locked in post-nightfall.
By BERNARD ELLOUK,MEIRA NAGEL
Take a moment to to look at each picture carefully. Perhaps we all need to reevaluate our own lives.
Courtesy of www.ebaumsworld.com
By OLIVIA FINE
Tip for the week: Aim high…the sky is the limit.
By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE
Tip for the week: Good week for putting more balance into your life.
Tip for the week: Be patient and believe in yourself.
TIP FOR THE WEEK: Don’t act in haste. You’re your time you won’t be sorry.
Tip for the week: Good week for reviewing mistakes, acknowledging what you overlooked and moving forward stronger than before.
A different night out Jerusalem mother Tracey Shipley provides young adults with the opportunity to hang out in a safe, substance-free environment.
By NAAMA BARAK
Bring your child to the Skate Park during the summer or on a Wednesday afternoon during the school year from 5 to 6:30 for a skating workshop.
By JOANNA SHEBSON
"I'm writing this today, because "good-bye" I had no chance to say," Lihi writes to her father, Amotz Greenberg, who fell in battle.
By LIHI GREENBERG
"Why didn't you say 'goodbye' when you left?" Hayut writes to her father, Kasahun Baynesian, who fell in battle.
By HAYUT BAYNESIAN,
"You went, but you are still with us, in the little things and in the great ones," Hallel writes to her father, Rami Kachlon, who fell after succumbing to wounds obtained in battle.
By HALLEL KACHLON
"I thought you were unbeatable, but in the end a small piece of steel ended your life," Tal writes to his father, Ze'ev Etzion, who fell in battle.
By NETTA ETZION,TAL ETZION
The Jerusalem Foundation works with vulnerable populations in the city, from at-risk teens to Holocaust survivors.
By HANNAH KATSMAN
The make-up of the Under 30 Summit means a limitless professional ceiling for these young superstars, as well as a professional timeline of at least a half-century.
By RANDALL LANE
"Like many other millennials, my first memories of Israel are during the second intifada."
By JONATHAN MÜHLRAD
Debate is the vehicle through which the world changes; if people don’t rationally defend their arguments, then the world would be governed by and ingenuity and creativity would be stifled.
By JOEL COHEN
Perel must understand that his remarks have brought the values of the Jewish state, and the movement that he heads, into disgrace.
By DAVID NEWMAN