Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.
The holiday is meant to represent the move from sorrow to joy. That’s why the Meron disaster is so ironically tragic.
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
The Jerusalem Post Podcast Episode 13 with Yaakov Katz and Lahav Harkov.
Zero people have had anything happen to them despite 45 people losing their lives in the greatest civilian tragedy in Israel’s 73-year history. Zero.
In a conversation with N12, Kobi Shabtai recounts why he decided not to call for a commission of inquiry • The Police knew there were dangers and weaknesses, but couldn't do anything about it.
The families of the victims sitted for the week of shiva, the Jewish rituals of mourning during which the bereaved receives visits and attentions in the memory of the lost ones.
Each of the families will receive about 18,000 NIS.
MIDDLE ISRAEL: Who will be part of the commission of inquiry, what will they investigate, what will it find and what will these findings mean?
HEALTH AFFAIRS: ‘They came from a big festival and suddenly, death’