Arab Israeli Conflict
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By JEREMY SHARON
By BARRY DAVIS
By GIL HOFFMAN
By TAMARA ZIEVE
By HAGAY HACOHEN
"Under your watch, the children in the Gaza border communities know they have no one to relay on," said Lapid.
Conservative Jewish writer quits after a column in which she claimed actors are paid to act people other than themselves is taken offline.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
IAF strikes terror tunnel Saturday morning, rocket sirens went off in at least 16 communities in southern Israel on Friday night.
By SAMUEL THROPE
"Yes, Jews did this to other Jews. When will we learn that we are stronger together?"
By JEREMY SHARON
Rabbinical organization says AG ruling is “kashrut stamp” for its kashrut supervision service. Mandelblit's decision seems to say otherwise.
"I have worked, and I will continue to work, for benefits for lone soldiers, because I made aliya and served as a lone soldier, so I know the difficulties they endure."
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
“The respect for human rights and fundamental principles are a key part of the EU-Israel partnership."
Earlier in the day, Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich had revealed for the first time the whereabouts of the boy who was snatched from outside his home in the Arab town of Kalansuwa on Tuesday.
By MARK WEISS
A joint declaration issued by the prime ministers of Poland and Israel on an amended Holocaust law sparks a new scandal.
10 of the trapped people were all rescued by emergency forces, with four reported in light to moderate condition, police said
By YUVAL SHANY
The attorney-general put it best: a weakened legal system cannot effectively protect the rule of law within Israel.
By JOSH HALICKMAN
Those having the opportunity to travel to root for their team can make a difference for the club and for the country while perhaps also witnessing some history in the making.
By ELIANA SCHREIBER
A part of the celebrations, current WIZO UK vice chairwoman Ronit Ribak-Madari will be appointed chairwoman of the organization, the first Israeli native to hold the title.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The Duvdevan Foundation was established in 1992, and is headed by Itamar Giron.
The buildings, one of which houses The Jerusalem Post, are worth an estimated NIS 100 million. They will be sold, but this move is not expected to have much effect on the local media markets.
By ROCKY BAIER
43,000 nonprofits currently help provide services to people on welfare, although only about 20,000 appear to be active.
“There are 3,000 families that still have no solutions."
Tzohar currently has almost 100 restaurants and other establishments which have signed up to its kashrut supervision.
By HOWARD BLAS
Four Jewish-American students spoke to the Magazine about their time in Jordan.
By TAMAR BEN-OZER
On Tuesday, police received a report that the boy had been kidnapped from the entrance to his home and began extensive searches to find him.
By HANNAH BROWN
Ryôta Nakano’s Her Love Boils Bathwater is a moving film
"There is no point in summoning the Irish ambassador to Israel for a reprimand. Israel should immediately close its embassy in Dublin. We will not turn the other cheek to those who boycott us."
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
Navdhara India Dance Theater performs Agni as part of Suzanne Dellal Center’s ‘Tel Aviv Dance’ Festival
Yesh Atid MK compared bill to Holocaust
By JONATHAN WEBER ROSEN
NASA and the ISA will expand their cooperation, according to an official statement issued on Thursday by Science and Technology Minister Ofir Akunis.
By TAMAR BEN-OZER, AVRAHAM GOLD
By HERB KEINON
By AMY SPIRO
By JULIANE HELMHOLD
By ILANIT CHERNICK
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH, TOVAH LAZAROFF
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
By ANNA AHRONHEIM, JERUSALEM POST STAFF, REUTERS
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