‘With a knife in his heart, my son shot the terrorist’
Netanyahu to Kerry: Green light for Palestinian building projects dependent on end to terror
Syrian opposition: IAF struck Hezbollah, regime targets near Syria-Lebanon border
Bill seeks to close mosques where incitement is preached
IDF Lt.-Col. among 4 injured in ramming attack at Tapuah Junction in West Bank
Joint List holds Knesset event slamming ban on Islamic Movement
Obama, Kerry call Schwartz family with ‘profound’ condolences
Israel denies South Africa approved arrest warrants against former IDF generals
The Netanyahu-Kerry meeting: A tale of two readouts
Dance review: Giordano Dance Chicago
HBO to adapt Israeli TV series 'Nevelot'
Reason to rhyme in Jerusalem
Hadar Noiberg ready to jazz up Tel Aviv
Sinai says: Israel’s swimming scene set for wave of attention with Euros
Chelsea spanks Maccabi Tel Aviv in Haifa
Hapoel Jerusalem on brink of Eurocup ouster after tight loss in Lithuania
Israel Golf: Ladies light up the local links in Ga’ash golf’s annual tourney
European press infantilizes Palestinians, says visiting delegation of journalists
Yad Vashem conference reveals Philippine efforts to save Jews during Holocaust
OECD: Israelis among highest educated in the developed world
US officials advise Jewish groups to review security after Paris attacks
Turkish-funded group in Germany posts anti-Semitic quotes online
Despite broad support of migrants among Jews, divisions remain
WATCH: New England Patriots hold moment of silence for terror victim Ezra Schwartz
'Limit the number of migrants allowed to enter Germany,' Jewish leader tells Merkel
New phone app 'Israel's Nightmare' educates users on Iranian missile capabilities
Analysis: How Iran exploits ISIS to wage terror
IN PICTURES: Thousands of Iranian soldiers stage mock siege of Temple Mount
Russia's Putin due to meet Khamenei, Rouhani in Iran
Despite ISIS threats of attack, New York prepares for Thanksgiving parade
Obama to Putin: 'Direct your focus on tackling ISIS'
VIDEO: US rock band singer describes massacre at Paris concert hall
Nurse discovers man he tried to save in Paris attack was bomber
'US believes Russian jet was in Syrian airspace when Turkey shot it down'
No explosives in US-bound parcels at Cairo airport, Egypt officials say
Analysis: Turkey’s ‘brinkmanship’ move with Russia
In Iran, Putin and Khamenei speak of American 'plots'
93-year-old woman recovers from stroke after brain catheterization
Shortage of nurses in neonatal units leads to infant fatalities
NIS 1 million of home rehab equipment stolen by Palestinians
Texas event raises $300,000 for Israeli hospital, orchestra
Budget funds found for rabies vaccines, botanical gardens
Experts: Israel could still export natural gas to Egypt
Economic Affairs Committee session heats up over gas debate
US envoy Dan Shapiro visits Leket Israel’s rebuilt facility
AudioBurst wants to be the Google of radio
Tech talk: Get in the Ring
Six US-Israeli energy projects to receive $5.1m in funding
Israel’s place in the space race
Your Taxes: Budget enacted
Amazon removing Nazi-symbol ads on NY subways for new TV show
Remembering the UN’s hypocrisy, 40 years on
Amazon promotion covers NY subway in Nazi symbology
WATCH: The Maccabeats release new Hanukkah video
Roseanne Barr calls reporter who told Jews to stay in France a privileged fat skinhead
How not to achieve coexistence
Using technology to reduce social gaps
November 25, 2015: It’s in the words
Center field: Wave Israeli flags in Ezra Schwartz’s memory
Parshat Toldot: After despair
A heartbreak novel
Internet of everything
On the margin
Checking out the flip side
Promise and pain
Blunders and bargains
Artist, writer, woman
Dining: Branching out
Hadera, the Israeli midway
Jazz reclaims Tel Aviv
Dance: No exit
The handwriting on the wall
מִשִירֵי רָחֵל: בְּגַנִי נְטַעְתִיךָ
מוֹפָע חָדָש: אִינְסָאנִיָה
סְטְרִיט וַייְז הִיבְּרוּ
The ghosts of 1929
Friends with benefits or frenemies?
Finding her strength
Remembering Yitzhak Rabin, 20 years since his murder
“We felt betrayed, not only by Pollard but by Israel.” Broken Trust: The Pollard Affair
The Possibility of Light
When will the world listen to the cry of a Jewish mother.
Let there be light
Historical Agreement Signed Between KKL-JNF and the State of Israel
JNF Canada Dedicates New Bike Path with Gilad Shalit
Ben Gurion Accessible Park in Dimona
Fred and Linda Waks Botanical Garden Inaugurated in Akko
Furrows in the Desert in Turkana, Kenya
Portugal Entomologists Tour the Negev with KKL-JNF
Mississippi Governor plants a tree in Israel
Honduras President Plants Tree in Jerusalem
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
Agriculture Festival at Hula Lake Park
An Ecological Festival at the Shafir Winter Pond
KKL-JNF Global Landscapes Seminar at Expo 2015
KKL France Mission Parts from Israel by Planting Trees
Got Water Problems?
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
Renewable Energies for the Future in the Arava
LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
11.25.2015 | 13 Kislev, 5776
Continued chaos in Syria is liable to spill over into Israel's territory without anyone to hold responsible on the Syrian side.
By MOSHE MAOZ
Instances of rock throwing were reported after tensions flared between Muslims and Jews on 'Jerusalem Day.'
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Source: IDF targeted missiles in transit to Hezbollah from Iran.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN, ARIEL BEN SOLOMON AND REUTERS
Syrian rebels claim three targets hit in operation. US paper: Jets destroyed Iranian missiles.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND REUTERS
IDF chief of staff says risk of conventional terrorism growing as al-Qaida-affiliated groups take hold.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
'Sunday Times' quotes military planners as saying plan to protect Israel from global jihadists already been shown to PM.
President meets with five new ambassadors including Ghanian, Bulgarian, Greek and first ever Guyanan ambassador.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The Syrian opposition is now effectively in the hands of extreme Islamist groups with a very different agenda from that of the secular-led Free Syrian Army.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Live-fire ground forces exercise in the South trains soldiers in the heat of fictitious battle.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Annual procession marking 1967 unity of Jerusalem take off amid controversy over march's path through the Old City's Muslim Quarter.
By JEREMY SHARON
The war between rival forces hostile to Israel leaves Jerusalem facing difficult choices over which alliances it should seek.
If Syria’s chemical weapons are destroyed and Iran’s nuclear program is slowed down, WMD disarmament will gain momentum in the Mideast, and Israel could find itself next in line.
By YOSSI MELMAN
The background to Turkey’s current dilemmas with Damascus can be traced back to the ruins of the Ottoman Empire
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
Rebels, Assad forces trade blame for destruction of ancient synagogue built atop a cave used by prophet Elijah.
Video posted by Syrian opposition shows damage done to 2,000-year-old synagogue in Jobar district of Damascus.
If the word 'terrorist' is good enough for a despot like Assad, it's good enough for the BBC.
By JEREMY BRIER
Rabbi Dr. Mordechai Maarabi pulls up roots from Argentina and Uruguay to settle in Ra’anana.
By SUSAN DE LA FUENTE
Iran and Saudi Arabia have put forward rival peace plans for Syria, but their aims are irreconcilable and no end to the conflict is in sight.
By JONATHAN SPYER
Deputy minister Ayoub Kara speaks to Syrian Jewish leader.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Nusra Front leader Abu Mohamad al-Golani tells Al Jazeera that Syrian President "Assad's fall won't take a long time."
British daily 'Telegraph' reports that Syrian intelligence chief Ali Mamlouk has been placed under arrest.
In separate advance, Islamic State seizes vast Palestinian refugee camp on outskirts of Damascus.
Official speaking on condition of anonymity says Israeli intelligence estimates have found that Damascus gov't still has combat-ready chemical munitions despite pledge to destroy arsenal.
"Any action of any type without the approval of Syrian government is an aggression against Syria," says Syrian minister.
By REUTERS,MICHAEL WILNER
Raid comes as Syrian army tries to prevent Islamic State from advancing into further territory; ISIS already controls a third of Syria.
Syria delays first shipment of chemical weaponry, western powers concerned construction project will miss deadlines.
Syrian army recaptures road needed to ship out chemical arsenal; "The road is open but not safe," says monitoring group.
OPCW says used footage from sealed cameras to verified one of two remaining chemical weapons sites.
President Bashar Assad says the will of the people will influence his decision to run for re-election in next year's national elections.
Twenty-one people, including four children and six women, were killed when a minibus exploded in the southern town of Noa.
By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
Syrian clerics issue fatwa, or religious ruling, in appeal to the world for humanitarian aid.
Raqqa, a city of 250,000 in northeastern Syria, has been subject to regular aerial bombardment by government forces.
The Sunday Times quotes Syria opposition leader as saying that tests showed evidence of sarin gas.
Wael al-Halqi warns of "graveyard of invaders" if West strikes.
By JPOST.COM STAFF, REUTERS
Military, security personnel vacate headquarters in capital in preparation for possible Western strike.
US president meets with top advisers to hash out responses on recent allegations of chemical weapons use in Syria; Obama speaks with British PM Cameron, spokesperson says both leaders see "increasing signs" of regime attack.
President "strongly condemns use of chemical weapons," though he stopped short of saying who perpetrated the attack.
UN official due in Syria to push for access to alleged chemical attack site.
Syrian president says his military forces can finish off insurgency "within months" if people join in "popular war".
Free Syrian Army takes over flour mill in hopes of relieving food shortage caused by siege of area by gov't loyalists.
Unknown if Syria will give the UN inspectors access to areas that they wish to investigate.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS
Video footage shows moment Grad missiles hits Hamdan Bakery; activists say rockets hit residential and shopping area.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says car exploded near compound that serves as Assad family's private airport.
Local experts tell 'Post' in spite of Moscows's interest in Syria, policy-makers consider Syrian president Assad dispensable.
By JOSHUA LIPSON
Russian military academy trains Syrian officers to use other anti-aircraft missile systems, but not S-300 yet.
Battle for town near Lebanese border aimed at securing supply routes, rages for two weeks; UN says army, rebels accountable for suffering of civilians trapped in the crossfire.
Syrian president says Russia committed to military deals, claims that government forces are gaining upper hand in fighting rebels.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON AND TOVAH LAZAROFF
'Le Monde' reports witnessing attacks waged by Syrian military.
Exiled Syrian chemical arms scientist discusses Assad's arsenal, says he has used small quantities of sarin to stop rebel advances.
According to Al-Arabiya report, opposition claims chemical weapons used in Damascus and another town.
Turkish president says int'l contribution "only symbolic."
J'lem raises objections to $900m. sale of air-defense system that would help Assad fend off foreign military intervention.
Maj.-Gen. Golan downplays tension after alleged Syria attack.
Syrian ministry requests UN counter "Israeli aggressions."
Assad threatens to retaliate without warning.
By JPOST.COM STAFF, ASSER OKBI
Tehran tells Press TV weapons targeted by missiles in Damascus were not en route to Hezbollah; ready to train Syrian army for battle.
Syria is entangled in a bitter civil war that claims new victims everyday, but for the wealthy, it's business as usual.
Church sources: No sign that 2 bishops kidnapped by gunman near Aleppo have been freed; no report of contact with abductors.
Syrian opposition says at least 109 dead, up to 400 more are likely dead in week-long offensive against Assad forces.
Clashes worst in area since start of war; rebels threaten to involve Hezbollah; 85 executed, including 28 shot in makeshift hospital.
Firefights waged throughout the country, as mosque that serves as a rebel meeting ground is razed.
Senior Jordanian official says international community is showing little support; flood of refugees could force border closure.
By ADAM NICKY/THE MEDIA LINE
Western diplomats say chemical weapons were used "in a sporadic way" at least once, but don't specify further details.
Opposition activists, watchdog say dozens of civilians killed after troops storm contested town of Sanamein.
In lengthy interview, Syrian president says rebel victory would destabilize the Middle East, slams Arab League.
Speaking to Turkish 'Ulusal Kanal' television channel, Assad claims responsibility for Israeli apology to Turkey.
Free Syrian Army say they captured Um al-Mayathen post on main Damascus-Jordan highway after heavy fighting; dozens killed.
'Times' reports the Kassam Brigades have broken ties with former ally Assad, began training members of opposition in Damascus.
According to Syrian rebel sources, anti-regime forces fired at Iranian plane while it was on runway at Damascus airport.
Remote section of border hit four days after Damascus warned it may strike at Syrian rebels taking refuge across the frontier.
Opposition fighters says Syrian government forces have killed at least 30 army deserters in an ambush on the Damascus Airport road.
Syrian Sunni Muslim rebels launch counter-offensive to ease an army siege on their strongholds, opposition sources say.
After last week’s suicide bombing in Damascus, Lebanese group seems to increase its support as Assad’s position weakens.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights say some 90 people killed after a car bomb blast in Damascus, bombings in Barzeh.
TV footage shows charred bodies, widespread damage; explosion on road near Baath offices, Russian Embassy; activists report other blasts in Syria.
Assad's forces try to beat back rebels edging into Damascus; UNHCR says some 5,000 refugees escaping Syria everyday.
Clashes follow a suicide car bomb attack on a military intelligence compound; rebels launch offensive, breaking temporary lull.
Ali Akbar Velayati warns against overthrow of Syrian president, says "line of resistance in the face of Israel will be broken."
Refugees in Lebanon and Jordan are reporting gang rapes, other sexual violence as reasons for fleeing Syria, IRC says.
Assad's troops use air force, rockets, artillery in heaviest campaign since rebels overran helicopter base near Damascus.
Syrian foreign ministry denounces Brahimi as "flagrantly bias" for remarks ruling out role for president in transitional government.
Hours after president addresses cheering loyalists, clashes raged in the Syrian capital; cabinet present plan to solve crisis.
By REUTERS AND JPOST.COM STAFF
Egyptian president pledges support for Syrian people, says he believes they will ultimately defeat embattled Syrian president.
Opponents scoff as Syrian leader unveils "peace plan" at Damascus Opera House.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON AND REUTERS
Syrian president offers peace plan, calls on foreign powers to stop arming rebels; opposition: speech aimed to foil diplomatic efforts.
Journalist from pro-government TV dies after attack; Syrian deputy foreign minister in Iran to ensure support.
UN Human Rights Commissioner Pillay describes as "shocking" number of casualties in Syria since uprising began in March 2011.
Activists say some 30 civilians were killed when Syrian warplanes bombed a petrol station in a rebel controlled suburb in Damascus.
Five people killed including one child, in what activists say is biggest attack on Daraya as troops try to recapture area from rebels.
Lavrov: Assad would not quit even if pressed; Syrian chemical weapons "under control"; car bomb kills 5 in Damascus.
Jerusalem District Attorney’s Office files indictment against residents over stabbing near Damascus Gate in Jerusalem.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Do we act like our neighbors in Damascus and Cairo, meeting protests and violence with escalations of violence? Or do we act like America, where excessive force is considered a grave offense?
By BARRY LEFF
"Picking sides in Syria’s civil war is a bit like choosing between Hitler and Stalin."
By MICHAEL WIDLANSKI
Following reported Israeli attacks, forces seem to be concentrating to threaten relative quiet that has characterized Syrian border.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Washington Watch: Going to war on faulty – and probably intentionally misleading – intelligence about weapons of mass destruction had to weigh on Obama’s mind.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
Whatever the turbulent history of Syria’s Jews had been, the regime was more concerned with Islamists than a handful of Jews
By ADAM BLITZ
Terra Incognita: In 1948 there were 250,000 Jews in Morocco. Today there are less than 4,000.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The international community has been sorely divided and incapable of assisting the people of Syria in an organized, helpful way.
By KENNETH BANDLER