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By ELIE PODEH
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They arrived with great anticipation of news, considering they would be meeting the individual who represents them and their missing family members.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The government does not lack resources.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Readers of the Jerulaem Post have their say.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
The first merger being discussed is among the various National-Religious parties.
By ARI HOFFMAN
Holocaust appropriation is kidnapping.
By MICAH HALPERN
The Israeli army is the most revered institution in Israel, and IDF leaders have – over and over again – proven themselves capable of defending the state and defending her against all odds.
Having a large number of parties running for the limited Knesset seats is not necessarily a sign of a healthy democracy.
By RALPH SCHOELLHAMMER
These options can be summarized under three major policy prescriptions along which a new immigration policy would have to be designed.
By HALMAT PALANI
The terror of Ghassemlou and his colleagues and hundreds of other members of the Iranian opposition encompass important lessons and revelations about the current climate of tension.
By PINAR TREMBLAY
Now they managed to gain nationwide notoriety with their latest 202-paged report, titled “Extension of International Media Outlets in Turkey.”
By ASAF ROMIROWSKY
In contrast to the American political arena, Palestinian politics have always been about identity politics: Palestine is for Palestinians and we are here, whatever that means.
By NEVILLE TELLER
Troubling as this issue is, it is Iraq’s relations with its geographical neighbors that find the state balancing on a political tightrope.
By BARRY SHAW
Living under threat, the Yemenite community in Silwan were evacuated for safety concerns by the Jewish National Committee, and by 1945, no Jews remained in Silwan.
By CHRISTOPH TOPITSCHNIG
The upcoming election in Israel and uncertain economic times present an opportunity for the unemployed to rise up and establish their own political party
By AVI BERKOWITZ
While we may not be standing on the tennis court in Versailles pledging ourselves to bourgeois revolution, we are certainly slouching toward Philadelphia in search of a written constitution.
Since she was elected to the House of Representatives, the Somali-born congresswoman has not shied away from voicing her support for BDS or expressing anti-Israel opinions.
By AARON KATSMAN
When sitting with prospective clients, I ask them about the level of risk that they would be comfortable with. Inevitably the answer that is given is that they want high returns and little risk.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Research by Office Depot, Israel’s largest and leading network of technology and equipment for school supplies, has shown that the back-to-school product market is estimated at NIS 330 million.
By LEON HARRIS
What are the ESOP tax breaks?
By HILLEL FULD
According to the World Cancer Research Fund, in 2018 there were about 18 million new cases of cancer worldwide.
By ELY KARMON
The European media and the information provided by the various European law enforcement authorities have given ample space to the Iranian, and in a minor measure, Hezbollah.
By SHERWIN POMERANTZ
By YIZHAR HESS
For nearly 10 years now, I have come to the public square at the Kotel every Rosh Hodesh (new moon) to stand there, at a distance, and strengthen the Women of the Wall.
By ZVI MAZEL
In November 2016, an agreement was signed between the IMF and Egypt providing for a $12 billion loan to be delivered in five steps in the course of three years.
By EVELYN GORDON
By NEVILLE TELLER
By EVELYN GORDON
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
By ROBERTA SANDLER
By LIAT COLLINS
By UZI SILBER
By CHRISTINE DARG
By KHALED DIAB
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