Arab Israeli Conflict
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Human right's organization criticizes New Zealand's call for the Palestinian Authority to pause efforts to bring Israel to trial at the Hague, as part of draft UNSC resolution.
Once you’ve tasted a great Pinot Noir, you’ll never forget it.
After intervention from lyricist Tim Rice and the Wellington City Council, songs from musical 'Joseph' will be reinstated.
It’s no secret to readers that we love to travel.
By STEWART WEISS
A round-up of news from around the Jewish world, both in Israel and in the diaspora.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
If our nearest neighbors were Australians, and they were separated by an
ocean, our outlook on life and diplomatic policy would be different.
By LIAT COLLINS
You are lucky to live in a free society where you are rewarded for your hard work. Stop blaming the government and take control of your lives.
By JERUSALEM POST READERS
No reasonable gestures or concessions on Israel’s part are likely to offset blatant prejudice.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Special The 'Post': Alleviate anxiety by preparing ahead for an emergency, rather than sitting back and waiting.
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
It can happen any day, and if it is of a particularly destructive magnitude and lethally nearby, no part of the country would be safe.
Samoa skips 24 hours ahead as it ditches a time-zone alliance with the United States, and catches up with Asia, New Zealand, Australia.
Number of Israelis unaccounted for drops from 82 to 21; One Israeli backpacker feared dead has not yet been identified.
By HERB KEINON AND ASSOCIATED PRESS
Rescue workers search for survivors under rubble; at least 65 killed; Israeli backpacker feared dead; Chabad House destroyed.
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