Herzog: New Netanyahu coalition is prone to extortion, bound to fail
Jerusalem think tank urges Netanyahu to follow through on electoral reform promise
Netanyahu caves in, slated to give justice portfolio to MK Ayelet Shaked
Analysis: Revenge and Israel's coalition crisis
US diva Dionne Warwick is coming to Israel, says won't succumb to BDS pressures
Jerusalem to build film and television complex to attract international productions
Dionne Warwick knows the way to Tel Aviv
‘The Bank Hapoalim Affair’ Smuggled out of Afghanistan, Ido Michaeli’s carpet is now on exhibit
Maccabi Tel Aviv back on track with Ness Ziona triumph
Israel Football Association head meets FIFA president in attempt to thwart suspension vote
Elliot remains in form to capture Ga’ash title
Sinai Says: Gilboa/Galil’s looming demotion spells end of an era in Israeli hoops
High-ranking Ethiopian police officer defends cops
Lag Ba'omer festivities draw tens of thousands to Mt. Meron
Right-wing NGO says acquisition of former Silwan synagogue was no ‘takeover’
France urges Palestinians not to execute suspects in Arafat's death
Sudanese military sources report 'foreign air raid' on Khartoum
Olmert: I knew one of the soldiers captured by Hezbollah in 2006 was killed
High Court ruling paves way for demolition of unauthorized Palestinian village
UK leaders make bids for Jewish vote in closest election since 1974
Shabbat microphones catching on among orthodox despite taboos
Israeli-American chef brings hummus and shakshuka to the city of gumbo and crawfish
Sharansky calls for improvements in Ethiopians’ lives
Holocaust survivor advocate Menachem Rosensaft honored by Hebrew Union College
Does reported strike on Khartoum reveal its secret Iran dealings?
US to advocate broad Gulf security consolidation at summit
Hamas arrests dozens of Islamic State supporters
US offers millions for information on four ISIS leaders
Assad in rare public appearance says losing battles doesn't mean war is lost
Doctors warn of 'dangers' of letting non-specialist physicians performing deep sedation on children
Israel Cancer Association to hold Skin Cancer Awareness Week
High Court petition tries to bar deputy minister to run Health Ministry
State Comptroller unveils scathing report on the Health Ministry
Hydrocarbons identified at southern Golan Heights drilling site
State comptroller slams Environment Ministry’s air pollution monitoring deficiencies
Comptroller: Mission to provide food for all people has become major challenge of humanity
The Junction, country’s oldest accelerator, gets a makeover
New accelerator 'Create' seeks entrepreneurs, not start-ups
How Microsoft Israel is leading the way in the company's new strategy
Watch Israeli innovators create Star Trek-style 'replicator' that serves up meals in 30 seconds
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The People and the Book: Conditional covenant
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Fireflies: An ode to Niot
Book Review: 'To the Gates of Jerusalem'
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05.07.2015 | 18 Iyar, 5775
Qatar's Foreign Minister Khalid Mohamed A. Al-Attiyah asserted that the “major issue” behind all the turbulence in the Middle East is “that we are lagging behind on the peace process."
By JPOST.COM STAFF,HERB KEINON
Strategic Affairs Minister Steinitz to head delegation to Washington in hopes of heading off diplomatic deal that allows Iran to maintain nuclear weapons breakout capability.
Intelligence minister says weapons building in Strip a gross violation of interim agreement Abbas signed 20 years ago.
By HERB KEINON
27-year-old Canadian walks away with cash prize as winner of global Jewish competition; Livnat: "This is Zionism."
By YONI COHEN
NYT op-ed argues that 2-year budget would reduce the political bickering, brinksmanship that lead to unnecessary economic standoffs.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN AND NIV ELIS
Potash Corp. abandons bid to acquire Israeli chemical giant after two months of vocal opposition from Israeli politicians.
By NIV ELIS
Outgoing finance minister Steinitz wishes Lapid luck in carrying the "50-ton" burden of the position.
Transcript of meetings by committee appointed following 2011 social protests reveals effort to make recommendations easier to implement.
Israel Electric Corporation to establish a nationwide fiber-optics network that will allow super-fast Internet speeds.
The business end of beer is not all bubbles and foam, with one word summing up collective displeasure: taxes.
Yuval Steinitz says a Likud-led government likely would hold tax rates steady, but refuses to reveal party’s budget program.
By NADAV SHEMER
Finance Minister Steinitz announces revised economic forecast, predicts Israel's economy will grow by 3.5% in 2013.
By GLOBES AND JPOST.COM STAFF
The finance minister blasted Labor leader Shelly Yachimovich's economic program as a plan for economic destruction.
By YOSSI NISSAN
Histadrut-Treasury agreement completes negotiations started following general strike earlier this year.
Israel's economic state is nothing more than satisfactory.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Finance Minister says alternative to proposal would be to collect more taxes from the public.
Promise comes after IDB Holding Corp. reveals second quarter loss of 1.27 billion, auditors warn investors.
Preliminary CBS report exceeds expectations, points to surprising growth; Steinitz responds cautiously, calls for restraint.
Steinitz decides to delay implementation of tax hike to give businesses time to prepare.
Zaken C'tee proposes steps to increase competition in banking sector which suffers from high level of concentration that inhibits competitiveness.
One order, which comes into effect January 1, cancels the 8-percent to 12% customs duty on popular goods, including washing machines, vacuum cleaners.
FICC president Uriel Lynn accuses Netanyahu of operating a policy of “extreme socialism."
Speaking at Caesarea Forum, finance minister denies media reports that decision to raise budget deficit will preclude tax hike.
Strategic affairs minister says measures taken to downsize establishment should not be publicized so as not to inform Israel's enemies.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Liberman: "No question" Assad using WMDs against his own people; Erdan: Iron Dome won’t offer protection from missile barrage in future.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND LAHAV HARKOV
Intelligence minister addresses Obama in statement, says demilitarization need not wait until final Israeli-Palestinian agreement.
International relations minister dismisses Palestinian demands for continued peace negotiations.
Speaking at Conference of Presidents in Jerusalem, intelligence minister says Iran could pose existential threat to Israel, US if Geneva deal goes bad.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,JPOST.COM STAFF
‘Tripartite Committee does not need to be reconvened’; PLO: Israel is ‘vastly exaggerating’ Palestinian incitement for propaganda purposes.
Strategic affairs minister says peace with Palestinians impossible until PA leader stops incitement against Israel, Jews.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Strategic affairs minister says past Israeli withdrawals showed no security arrangement can guarantee Israel's safety.
Not Israel, the Palestinian Authority, or the Americans are considering this proposal during the negotiations, MK Ahmed Tibi said.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
“Nobody will be expelled from their homes or dispossessed of his possessions,” foreign minister says.
Prime minister meets with heads of parties, tells them he cannot accept repeated insubordination in the coalition.
By GIL HOFFMAN
International Relations Minister says Israel is not opposed to a diplomatic solution, but it must follow the Libyan track, rather than the North Korean.
Steinitz warns against repeating same mistakes made with N. Korea.
Likud minister warns against inaction in Syria: “Iran understands today that there is nothing backing up all the threats against it.”
Likud minister reacts angrily to incident in which Netanyahu forced him to leave security cabinet meeting at Lapid's request.
Ministers' responses mixed to president's speech at World Economic Forum meeting in Jordan.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Strategic Defense Minister in 'Daily Telegraph,' queries why UK support for Israel less than other English speaking democracies.
Strategic Affairs minister says at 'Jerusalem Post' Conference that Iran is equal to thirty nuclear North Koreas.
By SAM SOKOL, JPOST CORRESPONDENT
Contrary to US media reports, Strategic Affairs minister says Israel did not pressure US to take military action against Syria.
By SAM SOKOL, MICHAEL WILNER
Obama's speech was met with mixed reactions; MK Miri Regev believes it was "offensive to Netanyahu."
"We don't like that they seem to be taking away our authority," one senior ministry official remarks.
Outgoing finance minister recommends to successor: Cut spending carefully, keep two-year budget.
Labor chairwomen requests all parties to replace Netanyahu and create emergency unity gvn't to fight for "change in power."
New grants toward land purchases now available in 87 West Bank settlements, drawing ire of Left.
Finance minister attacks Barak in Channel 2 interview, saying he tricked Olmert and Labor in the past, and PM could be next.
The objective of the arrangements is to better facilitate the movement of goods and reduce illegal trade and tax evasion.
Prime minister says regional security, diplomatic, and socioeconomic challenges country faces require political calm.
Prime minister shoots back against criticism on his economic policy, calling a good economy "the most important social justice."
Le ministre des Finances, Youval Steinitz, a accordé un entretien exclusif au Jerusalem Post. Et défendu son bilan
By LISA BECK
Government decision prohibits starvation of hens, increases cage size.
By SHARON UDASIN
Once it made the mistake of agreeing to bribe the PA, freeing killers was Israel’s least bad option.
By EVELYN GORDON
Money will go toward round-the-clock efforts to help victims of disasters, as well as the recruitment of new volunteers.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Both sides to step up action to rehabilitate Gaza, provide assistance.
Strategic affairs minister warns against the prospect of Washington engaging in talks with Iran to stave off sectarian strife in Iraq.
Strategic affairs minister warns world powers against signing deal that allows Iran to remain a threshold nuclear power while granting it legitimacy; says extending talks better than rushing to sign deal at any cost.
Minister says Israel won't join "false celebration" over interim deal; says room for legitimate argument between Israel, US on Iran.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Strategic affairs minister say US-offered relief would make it more difficult to enforce other sanctions.
Intelligence minister says even at 3.5% enrichment, Tehran could weaponize within months, make 5-7 bombs in first year.
Intelligence minister tells Post Tehran has yet to show real willingness to give up nuclear program.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Washington Post releases details of internal Israeli documents on Iran, saying Iran can create bomb fuel "within weeks".
By MAYA SHWAYDER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
"Rouhani smarter than Ahmadinejad," says Likud minister, warning Iran will develop nukes under guise of moderation.
Powers, Iran fail to end nuclear stalemate in talks; Steinitz says Tehran is using talks to pave way toward an atomic bomb.
By HERB KEINON AND REUTERS
Finance minister blames Barak's office for Kuwaiti report claiming he gave reporters information from security cabinet meetings.
Israeli official says the tanking economy is still not affecting Tehran's nuclear march.
Finance minister says Iran's oil income losses will reach $45-50 billion; believes US may delineate red lines in coming months.
By REUTERS AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Strategic Affairs Minister tells the 'Post' that Herzog and Livni will not be able to hinder the Iranian nuclear issue like Netanyahu can.
By GIL HOFFMAN,SHULY WASSERSTROM
Watch full interview on the second episode of The Jerusalem Post Election Arena later today.
Intelligence Minister Yuval Steinitz panned Ankara's decision to skip the Munich Security Conference.
Lockheed will begin delivering the first of a batch of 19 fully operational jets to the IAF starting December 2016.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,REUTERS
Earlier Wednesday, the minister said Israel was lobbying world powers anew against any Iranian nuclear deal that would let Tehran retain potential bomb-making technologies.
By LAHAV HARKOV,REUTERS
Netanyahu chooses a narrow political alliance with Haredim over the national interest.
By LESSLIE SUSSER
Strategic Affairs minister speaks to the 'Post' in pre-election interview.
Steinitz takes part in panel at Munich Security Conference in Germany.
If the Iranians get the right centrifuges, they will be two or three months away from nuclear weapons, intelligence minister warns.
Kuperwasser: Regional powers feel US turning on its allies, Palestinians not ready for peace.
Ya'alon: PM presented accurate picture on Iranian threat.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN, JPOST.COM STAFF
Likud Minister does not have "full faith" in Russian proposal, but says it has potential to end tragedy in Syria, threat to Israel.
By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
Strategic affairs minister says Assad might not just survive, but also regain territory he has lost to the opposition.
"We have reason to believe that there is still room to convince the Russians on this matter," strategic affairs minister says.
Former intelligence head to focus on threats from Syria and Iran; reiterates US and Israel "on the same side."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Finance Minister Steinitz says should PA continue to advance UN statehood bid, Israel will stop collecting tax revenues.
Ex-finance minister and current Strategic Affairs Minister Steinitz calls budget proposal "logical," adding that education is not cheap.
In stormy State Control Committee session, bereaved families slam PM, say "44 people died in the fire, not 44 cockroaches."
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
MKs and ministers make an attempt at humor in YouTube videos for the New Year.
Olmert accuses PM of exaggerating on Iran nukes, but Steinitz says Tehran could produce 20-30 nukes a year; the two join Gabi Ashkenazi, Meir Dagan, Michael Oren and Alan Dershowitz at annual conference in New York.
Live video and Twitter coverage of the 2013 Annual Herzliya Conference: Time for New National and Regional Agendas.
Israel needs to conduct a powerful policy of regular education.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
Into the Fray: How is it that, time after time, the electorate ends up with a gov't adopting precisely the policy it urged voters to reject?
By MARTIN SHERMAN
"President unapologetic for responsibility to the hundreds who died unnecessarily due to his disastrous involvement in the Oslo Accords."
While we cannot promise clear-cut conclusions, we can promise a stimulating and well-informed discussion of the issues.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Many issues that will presumably accompany the upcoming visit to Israel by the foreign minister of Spain, Jose Manuel Garcia-Margolo.
By ALAN BAKER
The law, which still states that it is forbidden to use the airwaves for
campaigning, is violated daily.
By YISRAEL MEDAD AND ELI POLLAK
You know who pays the price for hasty decision-making – the faceless middle
class, who pay for everything.
By LIAT COLLINS
Many older professionals are being pushed out by employers who have made retirement mandatory, even if these professionals prefer to keep working.
Ministers claim indifference due to American bi-partisan support for Israel; Meretz throws Obama party; Tibi remains ambivalent.
By LAHAV HARKOV AND CHARLES BYBELEZER