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The Jerusalem Post

Jeffrey Goldberg – Meet The Jerusalem Post

Some papers in this country lean to the far left, others to the far right. But in The Jerusalem Post, we report the news as straight as possible and in a way that is a rare commodity these days.

Children dressed up for Purim

Opposition scores victory by defeating kids' rights bill

Shaked to pass government bill to replace law that encourages divorce

By Gil Stern Stern HOFFMAN
Gal Mekel

Eurobasket: Israel clinches last-16 berth with win over Poland

“We are not afraid to dream. We will enter the game believing we can do something.”

Israel's natural gas

Egyptian gas find may close Israel’s ‘window of opportunity’

Expert says it may be too early to truly know how the discovery of the Egyptian Zohr field will impact Israeli exports.

East Jerusalem's Silwan neighborhood

Jewish group denies Palestinian claim of ‘ethnic cleansing’ in Jerusalem neighborhood

The organization has helped investors legally acquire numerous apartments in Silwan over the years for a small number of Jewish families.


Cooperative Shabbat transportation in Jerusalem to help fans get to soccer games

Hapoel Katamon is expecting some 1,500 fans for the first game of the season.

Shlomo Riskin

O’ leaders where art thou?

World is moving toward extremes and many Israeli religious Zionist rabbis, who we would expect would be more tolerant toward the world around them, are moving in the same direction.


Matisyahu: Appalling and offensive that festival tried to coerce me into political statements

Jewish American performer responds after he was dropped from festival lineup.

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