21 January 2010




  • Washington Air and Space Museum awaits Israeli memorabilia
    Senior curator of the museum tells 'Post' only Israeli mention in the huge museumis a photo of Ilan Ramon's space shuttle.

  • Washington Air and Space Museum awaits Israeli memorabilia
    Senior curator of the museum tells 'Post' only Israeli mention in the huge museumis a photo of Ilan Ramon's space shuttle.

  • Shas attacked on Knesset floor for recent legislation
    Meretz, Kadima, UTJ members call tax exemption bill corrupt, direct anger at PM.

  • Young siblings treated by IDF in Haiti
    Israeli military doctor at scene: Maybe it's a miracle, someone upstairs loves them very much.

  • 'State discriminating against Jews'
    Attorney against illegal Palestinian construction makes charges in response to High Court ruling.

  • Arab Israelis say police favor Jews
    Study finds support for police recruitment in Arab sector, views of under-policing local communities.

  • Israeli, Iranian tourism ministers meet
    Iranian booth manager at international tourism fair invites Misezhnikov to visit Islamic republic.

  • UN, US ask Israel to send cops to Haiti
    Police will undergo brief period f physical, mental preperation before taking part in int'l contingent.

  • Hamas rep: Ready to cancel charter
    'Movement has accepted Israel's right to exist and would be ready to nullify call for its destruction.'

  • IDF delegation provides communications
    Doctors, journalists and volunteers in Haiti granted access to critical internet, phone lines.

  • TAU scholar to advocate Israel boycott
    Dr. Anat Matar to support move at London university event commemerating year since 'attack' on Gaza.

  • NGO Monitor turns to EU court for transparency
    J'lem watchdog filed suit against European Commission, demanding it disclose funding documents.

  • GPO calls for journalist visa for foreign press
    GPO is concerned that foreign members of NGOs and activists claim to be journalists.

  • Livni takes hard line against advancing Kadima primaries
    The three candidates who ran against Livni for the Kadima leadership in September 2008 all support holding another primary by the end of the year.

  • Floods in the Negev & Arava Amazing Scenes & Heavy Damage
    KKL-JNF teams in the south are checking the damages and helping to clear roads to settlements and agricultural land, in order to offer initial first aid to all the cut-off settlements, from Yotvata to Idan. We spoke with KKL-JNF teams in the field, headed by the director of the Southern Region Ami Uliel, Deputy Director of the Southern Region Itzik Moshe, and the regional director of the Operation

  • 'Hamas ready to cancel charter'
    "Movement has accepted Israel's right to exist and would be ready to nullify call for its destruction."

  • Is Motorola quitting Arad?
    Speculation over plant's closure reaches Labor Ministry.

  • Livni takes hard line against advancing Kadima primaries
    The three candidates who ran against Livni for the Kadima leadership in September 2008 all support holding another primary by the end of the year.

  • Washington Watch: Hitler's pope was no saint
    The Vatican insists sainthood is based on Pius XII's 'Christian life,' not his historical record, but the two elements cannot be separated, critics insist.

  • Moore is less?
    Sir Roger Moore would rather have been a villain than James Bond.

  • 22-year-old allegedly took photos of girls in TAU bathroom

  • Lines of fire
    How being the son of survivors shaped NBC's Martin Fletcher's life.

  • Washington Watch: Hitler's pope was no saint
    The Vatican insists sainthood is based on Pius XII's 'Christian life,' not his historical record, but the two elements cannot be separated, critics insist.

  • Play nation
    World Google opened us up to can often be like one seen through glass.

  • Haredim in the Negev
    With 700,000 haredim in the country and a shortage of 100,000 housing units, we mustn't lose sight of genuine need and plight.

  • For a stronger Year Two
    A year ago today, Israelis watched Obama deliver his inaugural address just as Cast Lead was concluding.

  • The Gaza quagmire
    There are few signs that the Hamas regime in Gaza is in danger

  • Fundamentally Freund: Israel's finest hour indeed
    It was quite a week for Jewish heroism. Over the course of a few days, our country saved lives in Haiti and welcomed Jews from Ethiopia back into the fold.

  • Reserves and Rhodes
    On recent volunteer duty in the IDF, it became clear to me why the last year in Israel had been the quietest in a decade.

  • More free speech in Israeli and Palestinian than US media
    It is a testament to the confidence of the Israeli media that it, more than anyone else, has written and followed the detainment and deportation of Palestinian news agency 'Maan' journalist Jared Malsin.

  • Hapoel TA finalizes de Ridder signing
    Team agrees to pay reported £180,000 to take the Dutch-Jewish midfielder on loan from Wigan Athletic for the rest of the season.

  • Rattling the Cage: The pride and the shame
    It's the Haiti side of Israel that makes the Gaza side so inexpressibly tragic. And increasingly, the Haiti part of the national character has been dwarfed by the Gaza part.

  • Analysis: ITA raids IFA HQ's in latest attempt to nab refs
    List of players, numbers by their names turns out to be no more than information regarding salaries.

  • Local Soccer: Netanya to visit Maccabi TA in Cup
    Bnei Yehuda will expect to get the better of Hapoel Acre at home, with Hapoel Petah Tikva hosting Hapoel Ra'anana and Ahi Nazareth visiting Maccabi Petah Tikva.

  • Barak, Mitchell discuss restarting peace talks
    Two-hour meeting focuses on measures needed to resume stalled negotiations.

  • The lonely man of peace
    This week, Orthodox American rabbi Marc Gopin saw his coexistence work in Syria bear fruit. What turns a Soloveitchik disciple into an unofficial diplomat to the Arab...

  • PM: Infiltrators dangerous for Israel
    Netanyahu: Southern border barrier to stop African job-seekers from altering "demographic landscape."

  • Stolen sign to return to Auschwitz
    Polish official: Police to hand over badly damaged sign, conservation experts to asses repair options.

  • Two sons of France
    In Paris 2003, young Jewish disc jockey Sebastien Selam was brutally murdered by his childhood friend Adel Amastaibou. The killer was declared insane, sent to a mental institution without trial - and allowed out on weekends. Recently the Selam family was given new hope for justice.

  • 'Zionism was always about building an exemplary society'
    Dr. David Breakstone on why the aging World Zionist Organization, contrary to popular opinion, should continue to exist.

  • Hamas ready to cancel charter, senior member says
    Aziz Dwaik, Hamas's most senior representative in the West Bank, says group ready to nullify charter which calls for Israel's destruction.

  • Egypt to give up US civil aid in a decade
    Egypt has declared it will stop accepting aid from the United States due to the political demands that accompany it.

  • Finding a voice in Facebook
    Israeli NGOs are realizing the potential power of social media such as Facebook and Twitter.

  • In the footsteps of the Templers
    A historic house in today's Bnei Atarot brings its visitors back to Wilhelma of yesteryear at this cottage cafe.

  • Police: African migrants were held hostage by gangs in Sinai
    Kidnappers demanded ransom from relatives of people who wanted to infiltrate border into Israel to join their families; two men indicted.

  • Saudi deaths in fight with Yemen rebels reach 113
    Yemen's Hawthi rebels have been battling their own government since 2004 over neglect and discrimination.

  • A journey of the heart
    The long-awaited sequel to 'A tale of two Vardas.'

  • Saudi deaths in fight with Yemen rebels reach 113 since Nov.

  • It had to be Yoo?
    The English names given to the country's real-estate projects say a lot about the modern State of Israel.

  • Kol Isha: Serah bat Asher
    Like Elijah the prophet, she never died, but went on to play a critical role in the transition of the Jewish people.

  • Parashat Bo: To live the impossible dream
    A people that believes in a God who is invisible, that has experienced a promised return to its ancient homeland, must continue to dream of a world at peace though most skeptics think it's impossible.

  • Together in Song
    Muki and Useless ID squash musical boundaries as hip-hop and punk rock pair up for a highly charged show.

  • Tradition Today: Do not destroy
    Like Adam and Eve, we have the task of tilling and tending the earth that has been given into our charge.

  • Books: A false profit
    How did Bernard Madoff pull it off?

  • If it's only in my mind, doc, why do I feel so bad?
    It is estimated that 60 percent of emotional problems are not directed at a psychotherapist, but show up in the doctor's office as some type of physical complaint.

  • Municipality slams BBC demolition report
    Show's reporter claimed Jerusalem Municipality has "special budget" for demolishing illegal homes.

  • Books: A false profit
    How did Bernard Madoff pull it off?

  • Green butter
    In Brazil, dessert is the traditional place for avocado, which is, after all, a fruit.

  • Hang/hung
    He hung loose in spite of intense questioning. But I can state jocularly, "I'll be hanged if I'll do that."

  • Books: Hail the unsung heroes
    History has not yet done sufficient justice to those Austrian and German citizens who resisted Nazi rule.

  • ZAKA IN HAITI
    ZAKA International Rescue Unit Mati Goldstein in an email to the ZAKA headquarters in Jerusalem. 'It's just like the stories we are told of the Holocaust

  • A false profit
    How did Bernard Madoff pull it off?

  • Words of the wise
    The "sages" profiled for this book often shun the spotlight, preferring instead to make real change.

  • Hail the unsung heroes
    History has not yet done sufficient justice to those Austrian and German citizens who resisted Nazi rule.

  • Green butter
    In Brazil, dessert is the traditional place for avocado, which is, after all, a fruit.

  • Green butter
    In Brazil, dessert is the traditional place for avocado, which is, after all, a fruit.

  • US flight diverted after tefillin causes bomb scare
    Teen praying on Kentucky-bound flight raises uproar among passengers; aircraft lands in Philadelphia as youth explains origins of ritual to crew.

  • Good korma
    Kormas were first prepared in kitchens in northwest India and gradually spread to much of the country.

  • Good korma
    Kormas were first prepared in kitchens in northwest India and gradually spread to much of the country.

  • 'Sinai gangs hold refugees hostage'
    2 indicted for taking ransom from relatives of refugees who wanted to rejoin their families in Israel.

  • Never bean better
    Vegetarian cholent is a healthy variation on an ancient Shabbat dish that leaves one satisfied but not lethargic.

  • Never bean better
    Vegetarian cholent is a healthy variation on an ancient Shabbat dish that leaves one satisfied but not lethargic.

  • 'Melamed made a mockery of IDF officers'
    Gov't stresses institution affiliated with the IDF cannot incite to insubordination and enjoy privileges.

  • Obama: Our expectations of Mideast progress were 'too high'
    In 'Time' interview, US president says Israel took a long time to change policies and that PA's Abbas has "got Hamas looking over his shoulder."

  • January 22: ADL's activities speak for themselves
    ADL's long and distinguished history in standing up for the Jewisha people speaks for itself, says the organization's director.

  • In The Media: A public relations dream come true
    Does the extensive media footage of Israel's quick response to the Haiti crisis show a delegation more qualified than the others, or a delegation more eager to advertise its achievements?

  • The price of a rescue
    We should have been able to sit back, appreciate the beauty from afar and enjoy the blessing of rain.

  • Arab World: Meet the new head of the Muslim Brotherhood
    With the election of ultra-conservative Muhammad Badee as supreme leader, any change may just be further toward the extreme.

  • In Haiti: 'This is the spirit of the IDF'
    During a tour of the IDF field hospital in the earthquake-stricken country, the 'Post' sees why the Israeli rescue effort is such a success.

  • Interview: 'Israel is a very racist society'
    Immigrant Absorption Minister Sofa Landver speaks to the 'Post' about the many challenges facing new immigrants, and about how her ministry plans on tackling them.

  • Veterans: Artist and teacher
    Yitzhak Pugacz, 90; from Ukraine to Jerusalem, 1939.

  • Another Tack: Masters and donkeys
    When Obama's special Mideast envoy fails to object to carrot-and-stick speak, he implies that he's in charge, while we - threatened with a severe whack on the rump - are his asses.

  • Critical Currents: Silencing dissent - fortifying a movement
    Opponents of government policy in Sheikh Jarrah who gather to express their discontent have been verbally attacked, physically assailed and illegally detained. But their numbers are swelling.

  • The Human Spirit: Sight and insight
    A Brooklyn woman's blindness leads her to leave the Christian Science church after more than four decades and seek out Judaism. The great news is she regains her sight.

  • Think Again: All in this together
    Our primary natural resource is brainpower, and haredim represent our largest untapped reserve.

  • Guest Column: Is Abbas ignoring Israel and eyeing Kosovo?
    The PA leadership is less interested in the accuracy of the comparisons between the Balkan country and a future Palestine and seeks to use it as a political symbol to strengthen its case for unilaterally declared statehood.

  • The lonely man of peace
    This week, Orthodox American rabbi Marc Gopin saw his coexistence work in Syria bear fruit. What turns a Soloveitchik disciple into an unofficial diplomat to the Arab world?

  • Best friends from the Pacific islands with a very different
    Presidents of Micronesia and Naura come to Beit Hanassi.

  • Two sons of France
    In Paris 2003, young Jewish disc jockey Sebastien Selam was brutally murdered by his childhood friend Adel Amastaibou. The killer was declared insane, sent to a mental institution without trial - and allowed out on weekends. Recently the Selam family was given new hope for justice.

  • 'Zionism has always been about building exemplary society'
    Dr. David Breakstone on why the aging World Zionist Organization, contrary to popular opinion, should continue to exist.

  • In the footsteps of the Templers
    A historic house in today's Bnei Atarot brings its visitors back to Wilhelma of yesteryear at this cottage cafe.

  • If it's only in my mind, doc, why do I feel so bad?
    The Body/Mind Rift: It is estimated that 60 percent of emotional problems are not directed at a psychotherapist, but show up in the doctor's office as some type of physical complaint.

  • Artificial Intelligence could be new weapon to counter road
    New study on the psychology of drivers aims to create a tool that will help traffic officers identify dangerous motorists.

  • Do not destroy the nature
    Like Adam and Eve, we have the task of tilling and tending the earth that has been given into our charge.

  • Kol Isha: Serah bat Asher
    Like Elijah the prophet, she never died, but went on to play a critical role in the transition of the Jewish people.

  • Parashat Bo: To live the impossible dream
    A people that believes in a God who is invisible, that has experienced a promised return to its ancient homeland, must continue to dream of a world at peace though most skeptics think it's impossible.

  • Column One: The perils of presidential failure
    The political winds in America are blowing against Obama. Israel should do nothing to smooth his path forward.

  • Editor's Notes: Israel to the rescue
    There is a lesson for the Palestinians in Israel's Haiti rescue outreach: If you're in trouble and you're not trying to kill us, there's no one like the Israelis to help you out.

  • FPA denies activists pose as journalists to work in PA
    Foreign journalists in Israel are already used to waiting a great deal of time, often more than six months, to get their work visas renewed, says FPA official.

  • ACRI claims Mitzpe Aviv charter aims to bar Arabs
    Recently approved charter requires prospective members to declare they believe in the values of Zionism, Jewish tradition and Israel as a Jewish and state.

  • 'Streams in North haven't flowed like this for last 7 years'
    Kinneret rises at least 20 centimeters in two days, but latest heavy rains do not yet add up to a 'historic' year.

  • 'Nazi-era corporate behavior repeated'
    Pro-Israel group 'Stop the Bomb' protests major German engineering firm's €200m. trade with Iran.

  • My mission, my country, my lucky escape
    American Jewish World Service coordinator vows to continue.

  • UK chief rabbi pens prayer for Haiti victims
    Jonathan Sacks urges people to identify themselves with international fundraising and rehabilitation.


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