03.27.2017 | 29 Adar, 5777
Hamas partially reopens Erez crossing between Israel, Gaza
Pence: US seeks 'just solution' to conflict, president still seriously considering embassy move
Analysis: Syrian threats to attack Israel with Scud missiles are a bluff
Jerusalem mayor meets US peace envoy at White House after Mideast tour
President Rivlin rejects former PM Olmert's request for clemency
Israelis warned of increased ISIS threat abroad ahead of Passover holiday
Israeli detained in Jordan over said false allegation of drug possession
MK Gafni: We have no problem with elections, we even might benefit from that
Bennett: Unpleasant to know Netanyahu requested articles against me
Bennett meets Trump envoy in Washington
Steps on the Silk Road
WATCH: Dancing for peace around Tel Aviv
John Ford Coley would really love to see you tonight
What’s new, pussycat? It’s Tom Jones!
Holon claims historic win at Mac Tel Aviv
Sela falls in straight sets to Nadal at Miami Open
Hapoel Jerusalem blown out by 24 points in Rishon
Levy’s Israel humbled 4-1 in Spain qualifier
Israel turning garbage dump into energy resource
Israel falls behind in the war against smoking, says expert
Technion develops hydrogen production method that blows others out of the water
Israeli-German study shows circular RNA can encode for proteins
Israel receives low marks for geriatric nursing coverage in OECD report
Free SMS program to help Arab men quit smoking begins
A multi-pronged approach to
water economy innovation
$900,000 awarded to Israeli-American mobile video tech partnership
Migrating starlings swoop over southern Israel
Editorial: Britain's pro-Israel pivot
Reality Check: Netanyahu’s election calculations
Why pride and courage are the keys to the Jewish people’s future
March 27, 2017: Broadcast woes
‘Israel should support Kurds’ struggle against despotic Iranian regime
Egyptian court jails 56 over deadly migrant boat shipwreck
Iran sanctions 15 US firms, citing Israel ties and 'human rights'
US military official to JPost: ISIS is in its death throes, but still a ruthless enemy
British MP: Iran is trying to threaten Israel by establishing a second front in Syria
Mossad chief: Iran is main threat to Israel with or without nuclear deal
Iran loses thousands, 10 generals in Syria-Iraq wars
Will ISIS use chemical weapons against Israel or Israelis in Europe?
US weighs deploying up to 1,000 'reserve' troops for ISIS fight
France's far-right Le Pen loses EU parliament immunity over ISIS tweets
Jewish group calls to 'reject occupation' in protest at AIPAC conference
Dallas JCC evacuated over threatening phone call after Israeli suspect arrested
Jewish Ugandans on MASA gather pieces of Israel to take back home
Israeli Veganism: Introducing the land of soy milk and date honey to the world
Alto: The Israeli startup aiming to help Americans with disabilities
Electronic patches for migraine headaches
Iron Dome start-up to provide critical support to New York Power Authority
Report: Kushner to head new office tasked with fixing government inefficiency
Ivanka Trump reportedly invited to Germany on White House visit
US House and Senate introduce bipartisan bills against boycotts of Israel
Bernie Sanders declares ‘victory’ in withdrawal of GOP health bill
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
Trump reportedly picks friend of Jared Kushner to serve in administration
Trump calls UN 'sad,' days after Israeli settlements vote
Saddam Hussein's daughter touts Trump's 'political sensibility'
Dermer calls on Trump to move embassy to Jerusalem
How about a Lego Seder plate?
The Travel Advisor: Say so long to the tablets
NYC rabbi publishes ‘(Unofficial) Hogwarts Haggadah’ for coming holiday
Grapevine: Dershowitz makes a different case for Israel
Podcast: Three Ladies, Three Lattes
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
Israeli-American mogul Haim Saban gets Hollywood star
Pregnant Jenna Jameson to give baby Hebrew name
President Trump expecting ninth grandchild, from son Eric and his wife, Lara
Wonder Woman Gal Gadot welcomes second 'wonder baby'
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
A surprisingly unorthodox education minister?
Time to make the leap to start-up government
'Volatile and dangerous’
Extending a cultural helping hand
Solving the riddle of Elsa Weiss
in the sea
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City Notes: From shipwrecked to seabound
Harnessed to freedom
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World leadership has changed, but Israel support still needed, says Cardoza-Moore
Thousands gather to see restored site of Jesus’s tomb in Jerusalem
Tomb of Jesus reopens in Jerusalem after restoration
Czech Parliament Representatives in Israel
Canadian Delegation in Israel: “It’s a privilege to be here”
Bosnian President Plants a Tree in Jerusalem’s Grove of Nations
JNF USA Leadership Mission Visits Northern Israel
KOSHER IN CUZCO
Radical Islamic immigration strategy
The Oscars and Hollywood's hypocrisy; Dear Hollywood, If You Want To Help Women, You Must Strictly And Unapologetically Defend The Values That Have Allowed Women To Thrive.
The New Israel Fund's Law of Return
Official says world should finally hold Abbas “accountable” for his behavior.
By HERB KEINON
"We had announced previously that on certain issues, if we feel it is expedient, we would negotiate with the Satan," Khamenei said.
History has taught a bitter lesson when it comes to government hate speech.
By GREGORY J. WALLANCE
Let’s prevent fanatics from bringing about massive damage.
By AVI PERRY
Echoes are reaching the outside world of a power struggle between Khamenei and Rouhani on the one hand, and the IRCG on the other, about the direction Iran is taking.
By NEVILLE TELLER
For now, there is little or no sign that the political backing that the IRGC enjoys will fade, as Iran’s leaders publicly praise its role in managing Iran’s oil industry.
By PARISA HAFEZI,LOUIS CHARBONNEAU
Iranian supreme leader takes to Twitter, claiming Muslims don't enjoy physical safety in western countries.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The key takeaway for the P5 plus 1, based on the new economic data, is to internalize the plummeting oil price as a lever of pressure to secure massive concessions from Iran.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Iranian supreme leader takes to Twitter in wake of controversial shooting of black teenager by police, calling the US "an enemy of human rights".
Iran and world powers have less than two weeks to reach an agreement on the future scope of Iran's uranium enrichment program.
Despite online censorship to sites like Twitter, Facebook and Youtube, Iranian president encourages citizens to use World Wide Web as "an opportunity."
"The Iranians clearly have a sense of urgency to get a deal done," Western diplomat says as Vienna nuclear talks continue.
Middle East Media Research Institute says Iranian supreme leader never issued an official fatwa against nuclear weapons.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
Khamenei used a Friday morning speech marking Norwuz, the Persian New Year, to call into question the Holocaust.
Israel: Ayatollah denies Holocaust while seeking to eliminate Jewish state by nuclear genocide.
Russia could build a second reactor at Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant in exchange for Iranian oil, envoy to Moscow says.
Clip is a hypothetical scenario which envisions the Iranian response to an Israeli or American military offensive against Iran.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Washington has ‘controlling, meddlesome attitude’ toward us, says supreme leader Ali Khamenei.
Supreme leader gets dubious honor from Simon Wiesenthal Center for repeatedly calling for Israel's annihilation.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Several officials from Khamenei's business empire have been appointed to top government posts in recent years.
Account believed to be run by Ayatollah's office posts image quoting a 1998 comment from meeting with Holocaust denier.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Major opposition is limited at the moment, but whichever parties have benefited from sanctions and a closed economy stand to lose," expert says; Zarif's message to conservatives: If Netanyahu doesn't like it, that's good news.
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei calls on negotiators to continue to resist excessive demands after striking deal in Geneva.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON, REUTERS
US official says Israeli officials were briefed on substantive talks, while Channel 2 reports Washington tried to hide secret talks from J'lem.
By MICHAEL WILNER, REUTERS
President said success of talks due to the 'guidelines offered' by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Officials in Jerusalem upset that Western powers fail to condemn inflammatory comments by Iran's supreme leader.
By YUVAL BAGNO, SOF HASHAVUA, AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Rouhani's Twitter account promotes new English-language website that purports to explain the truth behind Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
By HENRY ROME
Iran's supreme leader says “Zionist officials cannot be called humans"; Israeli expert: Harsh talk meant “to set stage for deal.”
Comments come as new round of nuclear talks with world powers begins in Geneva; accuses France of "kneeling before the Israeli regime."
IRNA says Reuters reports use partial truths in order to undermine "the pillars of the Islamic Revolution."
Parliament would likely vote on any nuclear deal, but would be unlikely to go against wishes of Khamenei.
According to a Reuters investigation, Khamenei has influence in every major Iranian sector, including real estate, finances and charity.
Supreme leader's Setad organization has built its empire on the systematic seizure of thousands of properties belonging to ordinary Iranians.
"A wise politician should never turn neutral entity into an enemy," Iranian spiritual leader says on Twitter.
Rouhani says he's not optimistic about nuclear talks with West.
By HERB KEINON, JPOST.COM STAFF
A day after Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei says he does not think the talks will bear fruits, Iran's president echoes his concerns, but says Iranians should not lose hope for removing of Western sanctions.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s demands on enrichment are "nonstarters," experts say.
Amidror says Israel must remove Iran's existential threat by diplomacy if possible, but if not, then by "other means."
Iran's supreme leader warns hardliners not to undermine nuke talks; criticizes US's close ties with Israel.
By REUTERS AND JPOST.COM STAFF
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
Debate has mounted inside Iran on the speed and extent to which Tehran should attempt to patch up its many quarrels with the West.
Iranian President tells NBC his government would never develop nuclear weapons ahead of visit to UN in New York City.
Prime minister plays cabinet video of then US President Clinton praising nuclear deal with North Korea, 12 years before Pyongyang detonated first nuclear device.
"Every time we reach a stage where the end of the negotiations is in sight, the tone of the other side, specifically the Americans, becomes harsher, coarser and tougher," Khamenei says.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Since 1984, when Germany’s foreign minister engaged Iran in ‘critical dialogue,’ the policy of ‘change through trade’ has informed Europe’s interactions with the Middle Eastern country.
Dore Gold, former Foreign Ministry director-general, says not ‘one iota’ of moderation has been seen from Tehran.
The supreme leader of Iran rejects to notion of further diplomatic talks with Washington in comments marking 1979 siege of the US embassy in Tehran.
Iranian supreme leader says US behind warning Saudi ties with Israel and "aggression" in Yemen.
"Those who say the future is in negotiations, not in missiles, are either ignorant or traitors," says Iranian supreme leader.
Khamenei relives thinly-veiled threat to the Jewish State; destroys international community's grammar standards.
By MAAYAN GROISMAN
Dissident tells ‘Post’: The most important criteria for the elections is the participation rate, which allows the regime to justify its legitimacy.
Islamic Republic's supreme leader makes comments ahead of the country's first election since last year's nuclear deal with world powers.
The Revolutionary Guards detained two US boats last week with 10 crew aboard after the vessels "illegally" entered Iranian territorial waters in the Persian Gulf.
Expected candidacy of relative of Iran's 1979 revolution leader in February's vote is already causing a heated row between hardliners and moderates.
"Two main things are used for this infiltration: money and sexual attractions. They are used to change beliefs, viewpoints and lifestyles, so that the affected person will think as an American."
Iranian leader says US objectives in the Middle East are the opposite of Iran's and negotiating with Washington on regional issues is meaningless.
Rafsanjani: At the time that we started, we were at war and we were looking to have this capability [the nuclear bomb] for the day that our enemy would want to resort to the nuclear bomb.
Supreme leader also readies Tehran to update enrichment tools once deal lapses.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Khamenei says Iran should delay sending its stockpile of enriched uranium abroad and reconfiguring a heavy water reactor to ensure it cannot make bomb-grade plutonium.
In an address to Revolutionary Guards Navy commanders, Iranian supreme leader says talks with the United States brought only disadvantages.
Iran's supreme leader threatened a "harsh reaction" if Saudi Arabia showed disrespect to hundreds of Iranians killed in the kingdom during a stampede at the haj pilgrimage.
Officials and analysts say Iran's nuclear deal may be eroding its isolation overseas, but at home it is deepening political infighting within the country's complex power structure before votes.
Move come day after Obama secure support needed on Capitol Hill to maintain deal.
By MICHAEL WILNER,HERB KEINON
"Our officials only discuss the nuclear deal with America ... We will never support America's policies on Syria and Iraq," Iranian supreme leader says.
PM in North: Khamenei makes it clear Iran will continue to fund terrorism.
Iran's Supreme Leader and a number of hardliners have maintained a harsh tone against the US despite the signing of the nuclear deal with world powers.
Video released as Iran's leaders try to convince hardliners in the country to accept the concessions it made in the nuclear deal.
Khameini's remarks surface soon after Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif met with John Kerry in Austria's Palais Coburg to iron out the final details of a nuclear agreement.
Talks will marathon through weekend; No "breakthrough moment" yet, UK says.
Iran's Guardian Council passes 'red line' bill as Khamenei appears to reject key aspects of Lausanne framework.
Iran's supreme leader specifically rejects limits on Tehran's research and development into nuclear technology that would last a decade or more.
Iran and the six world powers wrapped up nearly a week of talks in New York on Tuesday.
"They created the myth of nuclear weapons so they could say the Islamic Republic is a source of threat. No, the source of threat is America itself."
"Even a guy with the title 'Supreme Leader' has to be concerned about his own constituencies," Obama said.
"It may be that the deceptive other side wants to restrict us in the details," Iranian leader says.
By REUTERS,MICHAEL WILNER
Diplomat quoted by Chinese news agency Xinhua as saying the atmosphere on Monday has turned from "optimism" to "gloom" among negotiators.
Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi's selection comes in light of reports that Ayatollah Khameini was hospitalized in critical condition.
"He carries about his work very normally. His business is as usual, work as usual."
Unconfirmed reports say Khamenei's prostate cancer has progressed and spread throughout his body.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Islamic Republic's chief cleric calls for AIPAC shutdown after Netanyahu speech; blames Israel for problems suffered by the West.
Officials remain mum on rumors, in consistency with reaction to previous reports of 'private correspondence' between the two leaders.
Netanyahu's apprehensions about a bad agreement are unfounded, since it doesn't appear that Washington is showing signs of capitulating, at least not at this stage.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Tehran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, used his Twitter account to lambaste Israel by invoking Jesus.
Khamenei's chief secretary lashes out against cohabitation, or "white marriage," calling on Iranians to "fix their immoral ways."
By HAGAI LAP
Iranian leader tweets message of victory after talks fail to yield deal by deadline and are extended until June 30, 2015.
"America, Zionism, and the veteran expert of spreading divisions - the wicked government of Britain - have sharply increased their efforts of creating divisions between the Sunnis and Shi'ites."
If Khamenei's health deteriorates, the clergy and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard will need to settle on a successor quickly if Iran is to avoid a period of political instability, experts say.
Iranian supreme leader denounces US, European countries for calls to demilitarize Palestinian terrorists in Gaza.
Lebanese security forces and Hezbollah are bracing themselves for future suicide attacks by the Islamic State (IS), formerly named the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Brief removal of government firewall gave Iranian internet users access to social media for first time in four years.
The time is now for Congress to act, to assert its constitutional responsibility regarding foreign policy in the name of American national security interests.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
Decoupling allows Obama to smile and sell sham narratives about Iran, even as Khamenei rebuffs and humiliates America.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
With nuclear weapons, the Iranian regime would likely feel free to act without fear of any consequences from the West.
By JPOST EDITORIAL