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The Iranian Kurds have a rich history, a high degree of political awareness and considerable potential in Iran.
By JOSH NASS
We’ll miss you, Herb. Your booming voice. Your towering presence. Your love of country.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Hamas was and is a Palestinian national movement; it is not a pan-Islamic movement seeking a caliphate across the globe.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
While Hamas should be punished for its attacks, more importantly it must not be allowed to dictate the tempo to Jerusalem.
By JENNIFER FREY
Technion researchers have made immeasurable contributions to benefit the world.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Our readers have their say.
By IRINA TSUKERMAN
A Moroccan renaissance of culture, economic development and diplomatic outreach is bringing about a revival in the history of shared Jewish and Muslim culture and activities.
So even while things are not as bad today as they are portrayed, the issue that now confronts the State of Israel is: what can be done to further engage Jewish millennials.
By JEFF DAUBE AND ARLENE KUSHNER
Astonishingly, when presented with different alternatives, only 10% preferred the “two-state” approach.
By GIL TROY
Countries without nationalism are like people without souls.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
As the world’s richest per-capita nation and Hamas’ staunchest ally, the emirate is in a position to make a difference for the people of Gaza.
By LELA GILBERT
The case of Asia Bibi has proved that Pakistan’s government is intimidated by its own draconian legislation.
By JULIA CHAITIN
Within this same old, there is also something very young: the young Gazans and the young Israelis
By ALAN KADISH
We must work together to combat violence and hate and continue the hard work of building a country that values diversity and tolerance.
By SHAWN ZELIG ASTER
A laudable effort was made by Jewish newspapers to publish a joint editorial calling for togetherness, but more practical steps need to be taken to combat antisemitism.
By PESACH WOLICKI AND DAVID NEKRUTMAN
All of us who work in the sacred space of Jewish-Christian relations owe a supreme debt of honor and gratitude to Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg
By LINDA F. BURGHARDT
The effects of that night – and of all the traumatic Holocaust experiences our parents lived through – are more than just a legacy
By ALEXEY KHLEBNIKOV
In a quest to decrease its dependency from crude oil exports, Russia looks to Asia as
a fast-growing market for petrochemicals, but success closely tied to relations with West.
By MICHAL GALANTI
A roundup of the week's events.
By SHAI FINKELSTEIN
When we as Jews or as a people experience such a shocking event, we are required not to seek reasons and justifications, but rather to internalize the event and change our lives.
By IRWIN J. (YITZCHAK) MANSDORF
The Jewish Orthodox victims, calling the riots a “pogrom,” also found others to blame, most notably David Dinkins.
Palestinians along the border with Gaza began using kites attached to incendiary devices as a simple but devastating weapon.
Readers of the Jerusalem Post have their say.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
According to Minister of Culture and Sport Miri Regev, the amendment is needed because under the existing law the means that the Minister of Finance has to implement this provision are insufficient.
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