07.23.2016 | 17 Tammuz, 5776
Netanyahu phones Abbas, offers condolences on brother’s death
How can Israeli air defense systems counter the drone threat?
'Palestinians, Sudan working to restrain Israeli breakthrough in Africa'
B’Tselem: 63% of casualties in 2014 war were civilians
Brian Jonestown Massacre heading back to TA
Joss Stone’s ‘Total World Tour’ lands in Tel Aviv
Transportation Ministry, Jerusalem Municipality defend German Colony light-rail extension
FM official visits Chad as Israel seeks to establish ties with majority Muslim states
Israel, Palestinian Authority in African diplomatic battle
Life in the West Bank’s capital of ‘martyrs’
James Caan believes Trump makes the US an offer it can’t refuse
Lee Memphis King gets all shook up
Films and fanfare on the small screen
Kenyan-born runner going the distance for Israel at the Olympics
Israeli triathlete Darmon rolls into Rio for 1st Olympics
Haifa hopes to turn things around in Estonia
Sinai Says: Jumping through hoops to explain perplexing gymnastics coaching decision
Nation’s cleanest beaches named
Kahlon says Israel has a real estate bubble, and it will burst
Israel Chemicals denies reports it plans to de-list from TASE
Israeli doctors save young boy from flesh-eating bacteria
School nurses announce intention to strike
Two Knesset panels push to boost women’s roles in academia
Health groups blast gov’t plan to boost public medicine
For the love of crows
Steinitz slams delays in natural gas deal for causing ‘billions in damages’
Looking to relax by the sea? Steer clear of Israel’s most crowded beaches
Jerusalem Post Editorial: Tunnel vision
Much more than terrorism
America, Turkey and a misguided foreign policy
De-Judaization and Palestine at UNESCO
Munich gunman fixated on mass killing, had no Islamist ties
61 dead, 200 wounded in bloody Kabul attack claimed by ISIS
Erdogan vows Turkish military shake-up as emergency rule takes hold
Jihadis call on 'lone wolf' terrorists to attack Israeli athletes at Rio Olympics
Iran left with no choice but to confront the US, official warns
Iranian Kurdish leader to ‘Post’: Iran regime is a common enemy
Landau: Secret Iran documents underline a ‘very serious’ problem
White House on defensive as Iran says ambitious nuclear plan a 'matter of pride'
Report: ISIS operating sleeper cells in Lebanese refugee camps
One mile from ISIS feels safer than France or Turkey to Kurdish peshmerga
ISIS claims responsibility for Nice attack
Hungary's Tokaj wine region revives Jewish heritage
Munich Jewish community leader: We will not be intimidated by terror
Lauder to Polish officials: Apologize for doubting role in pogroms
US rabbis raise $3.5m. in campaign to ‘save’ French olim from secular lifestyle
WATCH LIVE: Peres, Rivlin and Netanyahu launch Israeli Innovation Center
Israeli startups are used around the globe
Samsung president poised to ramp up investing in Israel
Israel's high-tech raises record $1.7b in second quarter
Hillary Clinton picks Virginia Senator Tim Kaine for VP
On Trump, Jewish voters not taking the bait
Trump rejects historic parallel of 'America First' slogan
Pence, Cruz, Gingrich cite Israel on contentious GOP convention night
Grapevine: The degree of what is offensive
Grapevine: Mount of Olives music
This week in 60 seconds: Erdogan dodges coup, but Kerry fails to dodge door
It takes a village
PODCAST: After Turkey, Africa and Egypt, is Saudi Arabia Israel’s next ally?
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Briefing: 'King Bibi' pulls it together, again
Podcast: The mystery of Tel Aviv’s Jane Doe alleys
100-Year-Old Theater Converted Into Stunning Bookstore
TripAdvisor reviews in jail? Yes.
Guinea Pigs Don’t Like Sharing Food
A Chalkboard Sign Spotted In Brooklyn, New York, Mocks Europe After Brexit
Second Lebanon War veteran's road to redemption
Empowering women globally
The American spirit’s impact
A Jewish view on ‘Nature Deficit Disorder'
A call for historical accuracy
The debatable laugh
Images of Jerusalem past
Hot off the Arab press
Summertime chickpea dishes
Treats for Shabbat morning
A blend of wine, Judaism and Zionism
The last of Jerusalem’s Mohicans
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
Fun in the park
From ghost town to a valley of giants
RAW FOOD: Passing fad or here to stay?
Another kind of romantic exchange
A German-Israeli love story
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Israel’s blessing to the world
Remembering the 'Exodus'
$100 million Christian theme park makes the Bible ‘come alive’
President of Paraguay Plants an Olive Tree in Jerusalem
Honoring Holocaust Rescuer Belgian Prince with a Tree in Israel
Perth and Merhav Am, Different but the Same
Canadian Young Professionals Visit Gaza Border Communities
Overnight Camp for Children with Special Needs Breaks Barriers
Spanish Village Connects with its Ancient Jewish Roots
Expo Forest Inaugurated in the Negev
Czech prime minister plants tree in Jerusalem grove of nations
The Scholarship is from Canada, the Foresters from Israel
Planning a Sustainable Future through Water Sensitive Cities
Burnt Trees and Charred Earth in Jerusalem’s Arazim Valley
Hugging a Tree? Beware of the Pine Processionary Caterpillar!
KKL-JNF holds its 6th Latin American Leadership Conference
Andrew Viterbi at a KKL-JNF Milan Gala Event
KKL-JNF and The Italian State Forestry Corps Sign a Memorandum
JNF USA & Alexander Muss High School in Israel
Both Receive Charity Navigator's Highest Rating
Peonies and Pineapples in the Negev Desert
An Interview with Israel Prize Winner Prof. Yossi Katz
Arava Open Day 2016
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
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
'Guardian' cites unnamed Iranian with ties to the regime echoing allegation made by Western intel official one day earlier.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND YAAKOV KATZ
Western intel official tells 'TIME' that Mossad was behind missile base blast; Khamenei appears at officer's funeral.
By YAAKOV KATZ
By REUTERS AND JPOST.COM STAFF
In first speech to UN General Assembly, British PM David Cameron speaks on behalf of bilateral negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians.
By JORDANA HORN JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Iranian president to US university students: US should "stop supporting the Zionist regime," dialogue with Israel won't solve problems.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Balance of power between Khamenei and Ahmadinejad is at stake in upcoming parliamentary elections.
By DAVID ROSENBERG / THE MEDIA LINE
Iranian youngsters exposed to Western media struggle to deal with tough Iranian laws and "morality police" regulating social interactions.
The new president will run economy of 75 million people and exert influence when Khamenei decides on national security matters.
Pew Research Center poll shows 40% of Iranians think religious figures should play large role in politics; majority back sharia.
Chavez described as someone who kept Palestine "in his heart"; symbol for those "scarred by imperialism" Ahmadinejad says.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS
The first visit by an Iranian president to Egypt since the 1979 Islamic Revolution signals the shifting dynamic in the region.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Rutgers professor aims to challenge the regime in Tehran; says regime's anti-Zionist rhetoric is "toxic" to Iranian interests.
By MICHAEL WILNER, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
Longtime cameraman for Iranian president stays behind after UN trip, applies for political asylum, lawyer says.
Interview with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on public television station triggers criticism.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL, JPOST CORRESPONDT
In Fox News interview, Oliver Stone's son defends Iranian president's controversial comments on Israel, Holocaust.
With Ahmadinejad, Chavez at his side, Nicaraguan president calls Gaddafi's death a "crime."
Iranian president set to arrive in Venezuela as part of Latin American swing in the face of increasing sanctions.
EU says Iran nuclear talks must be "constructive and substantial"; Russia and China have blocked a broader response to Syria repression.
Western walk-out of Iranian president's speeches has become an annual ritual; 9/11 conspiracy theories, Holocaust denial "red lines."
Iran's budget for the year starting in March 2014 tops $66 billion, down from Ahmadinejad's $200 billion budget last year.
Former president takes offense at successor's claims that he is responsible for dire state of Iranian economy.
Following nuclear deal that granted Tehran some sanctions relief, Iranian president says predecessor left country with $67b. of debt.
As Iran seems keen to heal old conflicts internally and with the West, the state is reviewing house arrest of opposition leaders Mirhossein Mousavi, Mehdi Karoubi; conservatives may fear consequences of freeing men
'Telegraph' reports that Iran cancels conference in latest move to demonstrate new diplomatic direction under Rouhani.
Vilified in the West for his vitriol, blamed at home for economic woes, the outgoing president created a cult following in his country, rising from obscurity to become the most visible actor on the Iranian stage.
Iran expert tells 'Post' candidates are attempting to put on moderate face.
Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi says Iran will continue to go forward with nuclear program for peaceful purposes.
By YASSER OKBI
All candidates for presidential election emphasize right to nuclear energy; former negotiator says Iran "mastered" technology.
UN nuke watchdog will urge Iran to stop stonewalling investigation into suspected atomic bomb research.
Ahmadinejad more conciliatory than Supreme Leader but does not have authority over nuclear talks.
Morsi greets Iranian president as he disembarks at Cairo airport in first visit to Egpyt by Iranian head of state since 1979.
Iranian president invited by President Morsi to visit Cairo, to discuss resuming of diplomatic relations between the countries.
Israel says Sudan was transit point for Iranian weapons going to Gaza; Gulf Arab states among Sudan's biggest investors.
Iranian president declares the age of nuclear deterrence 'long gone,' denying his country is seeking an atomic bomb.
As currency plunges, Iranian president defends economic policies, claiming country's enemies waging "psychological war" against it; lawmaker: If nuclear negotiations fail, we will raise enrichment to 60% purity.
Sources say hackers disrupted bank websites and networks starting in 2011, after Iran beefed up its cyber capabilities; evidence shows attacks may be retaliation for sanctions.
IRGC, ground forces commanders say Iranian retaliation to Israeli strike will lead to destruction of "Zionist regime."
Iranian president slams Israel as military parade displays Shahab 3 missile, which it claims can reach Tel Aviv.
Meeting Hamas official Zahar in Tehran, Iranian president comments on plots of "arrogant powers," Palestinian rights.
Value of passed budget is significantly lower due to drop in currency, hit by international sanctions.
Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Ghassemi says there are financial problems, but no ban on selling to Spain, other EU countries.
Ahead of nuclear talks, Iranian president strikes defiant tone, says Tehran "will not retreat even one iota from its rights"
Official Iranian media says Tehran has cut oil exports to Spain and may halt sales to Germany, Italy in apparent move to strengthen negotiating position ahead of nuclear talks.
Ahead of nuclear negotiations, Iranian president says country can "manage easily" without exporting its oil for several years.
Ahmadinejad praises cooperation between two countries; Turkish PM reiterates support of Iran's nuclear rights.
Iran blames world problems on West; Obama says compromise can be reached on peaceful atomic energy for Tehran.
US secretary of state, EU's Ashton say Tehran appears to accept that its nuclear program would be a subject of talks in formal letter.
By HILARY LEILA KRIEGER AND REUTERS
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton say letter shows "potential possibility" that Iran is ready for talks, accentuate primacy of nuclear issue, sustained negotiations.
"All problems are coming from outside," Ahmadinejad tells a news conference in the Pakistani capital.
Tehran to announce "very important" achievements, Ahmadinejad says during celebration of Islamic revolution anniversary.
UN nuclear watchdog plans another visit "in the very near future"; S. Korea, Japan want US to detail Iran sanctions.
Ahmadinejad accuses world powers of meddling in region as UN inspectors arrive to check military aspects of nuclear program.
Inspectors to seek answers from Iranian officials on concerns over military aspects of nuclear program.
Iranian president increases bank rates to 21% in attempt to stabilize rial, reverse dash for dollars and gold.
Iranian security official is quoted as saying those responsible for killing scientist "will never feel safe."
Iranian president says his country is being "punished" for no reason, after being awarded an honorary doctorate.
"Enemy's moves focused on preventing Iran's development," leader says as pressure mounts over nuclear program.
Ahmadinejad says Iran always "willing to negotiate and cooperate," but West more interested in confrontation.
Iranian president lashes out following EU decision to tighten sanctions against Islamic Republic; accuses western countries of wanting to plunder Iranian bank accounts abroad to ease their own economic crises.
Iranian president says he doesn't think Tehran, US are on collision course; Iran's roleis to "explain that 'occupation' should be eliminated."
Iranian president slams "western intolerance for debate over Jewish state's existence" at "Intifada Conference" in Tehran.
Ahmadinejad isn't the only Iranian president to delineate nuclear aspirations. It's time the world sat up and noticed.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Beilinite folly is dangerous because they dominate the media, dictate the national agenda and may inspire future governments as they did the one which gave us Oslo.
By SARAH HONIG
In an excerpt from his book, Hirsh Goodman analyzes the Iranian threat.
By HIRSH GOODMAN
A Facebook and Instagram campaign were started shortly after the letter was published called "Demand for Trial of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad."
The former Iranian president is making an intense media push as he returns to the public eye.
By HAGAI LAP
Mohammad Reza Rahimi, who was appointed in 2009 after Ahmadinejad's re-election, was indicted in March in connection with a billion-dollar money laundering and embezzlement scheme.
The five main reasons for death sentences in Iran are heresy, homosexuality, rape, murder and armed struggle.
Javad Zarif called Holocaust "horrifying tragedy,"; Islamic hardliners summon him to appear in closed session of parliament to discuss matter.
Iranian president-elect to pick cabinet of experienced insiders, will select head of charity-cum-business foundation as chief nuke negotiator.
Iranian president-elect says gov't infighting must stop, cooperation needed in order to combat "possibly highest inflation in world."
President says outgoing Iranian leader's deed neither forgotten nor accepted; new Iranian president to be judged by future deeds.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Exiled Bani-Sadr: Republic is erasing itself in the face of the Leader whose only goal is to cement his own power.
Prime Minister says Islamic Republic is "methodically moving forward" with nuclear program, despite outcome of election.
By HERB KEINON AND REUTERS
Analysts say Iran's supreme leader seeks a loyal and docile future president.
Iranian supreme leader sees surprise candidacy of rivals - Ahmadinejad protege, former president - as threat to his authority.
Sleiman: Tehran at fault for drone downed over Israel; Hezbollah threatens rocket fire on Israel "from Kiryat Shmona to Eilat."
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
Iranian president's request to visit prison where his press adviser is held denied, said to be a sign of his waning influence.
Iranian president tells German newspaper that "8 years is enough," he will quit when 2nd term ends and return to academia.
Khamenei even more extreme on nuclear issue than Ahmadinejad, experts say.
By OREN KESSLER
Iranian supreme leader's acolytes expected to occupy over 3/4 of parliament; result likely to erode Ahmadinejad's authority.
Iranian president may pay the price for failing to conform to Khamenei's rule in upcoming parliamentary election.
Karoubi: Vote will only be "rubber-stamp" affair; Iranian opposition has been marginalized since unrest after 2009 elections.
President's media aide hits out at rival conservatives; reformist newspaper banned for 2 months for "insults."
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad slams foreign intervention in Libya, Syria: "Justice, freedom, respect - this is the right of all nations."
Some of our most popular stories covered the serious news, some were feel-good and some were just weird. We take a look back.
By THE JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Always dreamed of ruling a country with an iron fist? Find out your dictatorship potential!
By NATI GABBAY
Though Rohani's tone is undoubtedly less incendiary, he is the same person who presided over the secret advance of the nuclear program.
By IRWIN COTLER
The next Iranian president will have to deal among other issues with - sanctions, regional policy and results from actions in Syria.
By BARRY RUBIN
The world is numb listening to useless addresses in an organization that has become ineffective in dealing with today’s global challenges.
By URI SAVIR
Yom Kippur, more than any other holiday, has long served as a haunting
metaphor for my feelings of guilt over the starvation and depravity my grandparents and other Holocaust victims were forced to endure.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Had I ignored my wife’s nagging I probably would have remained squarely on my butt, and my family would be among the 46% of the souls in this country having to deal with yet another headache, a serious one at that.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
Neither Obama or Netanyahu can afford to let the Iranians go on with their nuclear program.
By JAY BUSHINSKY
There’ll be no Arab enlightenment until Arabs acknowledge that they’re victimized by their own self-produced disasters.
Our duty is clear. It is not enough to be good. We must know what to do when we face evil.
By RON PROSOR
It is critical that the international community be made
to acknowledge that genocidal rhetoric cannot be ignored
By MENACHEM Z. ROSENSAFT
Iranian president in Ecuador: "We don't believe in making atom bombs, we believe it's immoral."