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By JPOST EDITORIAL
The Blue and White candidate opens up- somewhat.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
This past Saturday, the guest dignitary at Hazvi Yisrael invited by Rabbi Yosef Ote to deliver the sermon in his stead, was the former chief rabbi of the IDF.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Kol hakavod to Chelsea Clinton for her brave stand against hatred in the social media.
By OPHIR FALK
The attorney-general, who seems a man of integrity and intellect, surely scrutinized the evidence and lack thereof with diligence.
By GIL TROY
Looking rightward, in Israel, why aren’t voters abandoning the Likud and its leader Benjamin Netanyahu in droves?
By BENJI LEVY
Antisemitism is a constant industrious specter with which Jews have grappled for generations.
Shaked sprays the perfume in the air, quipping: “To me, it smells like democracy.”
By RICHARD SHAVEI-TZION
This past Friday, around 30,000 people across prisms of religion, nationality, age and thought gathered in a remarkable common mindset of accord and unanimity for the Jerusalem Marathon.
By AMOS GILEAD AND UDI EVENTAL
From an Israeli perspective, the US-North Korea negotiations taught several disconcerting lessons.
By MICAH HALPERN
Netanyahu has nothing to fear from J Street, and AIPAC’s place in Washington and Jerusalem is very secure.
The original decision to cancel Diaspora’s participation demonstrates how little government ministers understand about the delicate relationship and tension between Israel and worldwide Jewry.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
The Torah, the New Testament and the Koran all equally affirm the teaching of Genesis that God created all humanity in His image. It is the white nationalist neo-Nazis who deny it.
By JAN KAPUSNAK
The current regional order is fundamentally one of disorder, and pointing out one simplistic frame obscures from view the complex issues plaguing the region.
By HAIM BIBAS
I call on all mayors to join our coalition and resolutely demand that lawmakers legislate harsh punishments for revelations of hate by radical parties.
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
The Purim celebrations were, therefore, a folk tradition that retained its folksy character even after it was legislated.
Readers of the Jerusalem Post have their say,
By LELA GILBERT
Will the Middle East’s shattered Christian villages, towns and cities somehow retain their religious and cultural heritage – which dates back to the first century?
By MARIA NTOURLIA
Personal experience has shown me how much harm ignorance and lack of information can cause. Peace can be achieved through dialogue and knowledge of the other.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Could such a major misjudgment, with such far-reaching ramifications, occur in Israel?
Assuming what is understood at this point is true – that Iran was behind the hack and they didn’t find anything that could impact national security – there is certainly still reason for concern.
By SAM BEN-MEIR
During séances in 1904, spiritual guides proposed the construction of a temple that would house spiritually derived works of art. The commission for such a series of works fell to af Klint.
By ORI WERTMAN
Thus, with the help of the polls, the voter knows the balance of power between the parties, and according to this information, he decides for whom to vote.
By DOV LIPMAN
During my first year as a member of Knesset, I was invited to meet with “moderate” Palestinian leaders.
By TALI YARIV-MASHAL
The politicians who sound these concerns are correct: early childhood education is indeed a pressing subject.
By EVELYN GORDON
By NEVILLE TELLER
By EVELYN GORDON
By LOUIS RENÉ BERES
By ROBERTA SANDLER
By LIAT COLLINS
By UZI SILBER
By CHRISTINE DARG
By KHALED DIAB
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