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By LELA GILBERT
By JPOST EDITORIAL
By JULIA CHAITIN
By ALAN KADISH
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.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Palestinians along the border with Gaza began using kites attached to incendiary devices as a simple but devastating weapon.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
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.
By LENNY BEN-DAVID
Still, why did the Torah provide a long narrative about Isaac and his interaction with the Philistines over the wells?
By RAMAN GHAVAMI
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Though a sincere friend of the Jewish people, Balfour is far from happy with some of Israel’s policies, and had intended to mention this in his speech, but a friend counseled him against it.
By HILLEL FRISCH
Gheith was recently promoted to governor of the Jerusalem District in the PA, no doubt as a reward for his efforts in mobilizing Jerusalem residents against Israeli sovereignty for over a decade.
By MIKE EVANS
The plan is based around a simple idea: Establish an Israeli desalination plant, built on Israeli land, funded by Saudi Arabia, the Europeans and others, that provides clean water to Gaza.
“Every Jewish mother should know that she has entrusted the life of her son in the hands of worthy commanders,” Israel’s founding father said.
By PNINA OMER
Freedom is not with the Rabbinical Court – but in the hands of the husband and his father.
By KALMAN SAMUELS
Shalva is a story of inspiration and opportunity born out of tragedy. My second son, Yossi, was injured at the age of 11 months by a faulty vaccination and was rendered blind and deaf.
By ITZHAK MASHIAH
So far so good, but bringing in an enormous amount of tourism without grand branding strategic action is like doing only half of the work.
By REZA BEHROUZ
In July 2015, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), commonly known as the Iran nuclear deal, was signed by Iran and permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.
By NATAN SHARANSKY
Sharansky asserts that not all populist parties, on the Right or Left, should automatically be rejected by Israel, and that there are objective tests by which such parties can be evaluated.
By ELANA SZTOKMAN
The women who were elected – unlike the people surrounding the Trump White House and the radical Right – are not calling for violence, bigotry or hatred.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
Until Tuesday’s election, Never Trump Republicans held the balance of power in the Senate. They no longer do. Trump now can trust the support of a secure majority of senators for his appointments.
By YAAKOV KATZ
If the Palestinians refuse to come to the table, the parameters laid down by Trump would serve as a new starting point for any future administration looking to advance a peace deal.
By EMILY SCHRADER
Farrakhan, despite being a notorious antisemite, has been widely embraced by “progressive” leaders such as Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory, co-chairs of the Women’s March.
By EVELYN GORDON
By NEVILLE TELLER
By EVELYN GORDON
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
By ROBERTA SANDLER
By LIAT COLLINS
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