New Year's

This week in Jerusalem: Class struggle

A weekly round-up of city affairs.


Jerusalem Highlights January 6-12

What's new to do in Israel's capital?


The Middle East enters the year 2023: Where and what to watch

BEHIND THE LINES: Is change, for better or for worse, likely in the year ahead? Here are three Middle East arenas to watch carefully in the months ahead.

New Years resolutions and Temple Mount excursions

The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Tamar Uriel-Beeri

New Year's Eve attack on New York police linked to Islamist extremism

The attack, which officials say was unprovoked, took place before midnight outside a secure area set up for New Year's Eve celebrations.


Black Eyed Peas dedicate Poland concert to Jews, other minorities

Black Eyed Peas frontman, who is not Jewish, has a history of outspokenly supporting Israel.

GOAT tops the 2023 banished words list

The survey received over 1,500 entries of words and terms that should be banished for misuse, overuse and uselessness. 

Finding hope for the new year - opinion

Reflecting on the good and the bad of the last year and voicing hopes for 2023.

Happy New Year and Mazal Tov! First Israeli babies of 2023 say hello

178,000 new babies were born last year, with Israel's population growing to 9.7 million people.

Bottle of alcohol

What does alcohol do to our bodies - and how much is too much?

It doesn't matter if it's because of New Year's Eve or if you're just happy that 2022 is over - chances are that this coming weekend you'll drink more than usual. Here are the possible repercussions.

By Walla!
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