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Marcelo Brodsky's new exhibition provides valuable insights on the watershed year of 1968.
Despite that his decision to run had become public knowledge for a while, Daitch refused to give interviews and made a point to speak only off the record.
By GIL HOFFMAN,UDI SHAHAM
Ze’ev Elkin exclusively reveals his many ideas for the city's future.
By EYTAN HALON
As the World Cup kicks off, the famous diarist and the Holocaust have become an unwelcome focus of European soccer.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Over 150 Billboards were placed in recent days on buses and buildings throughout Jerusalem.
By UDI SHAHAM
After 70 years, Israel has still not determined the future of its capital, leaving Jerusalem's residents with uncertainty and hurdles in their way to become citizens.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if people around the world identified Jerusalem as the host of major sporting events, rather than as the location of the usual Mideast conflict-related news item?
The relic, which is currently on display, is part of the Genesis Apocryphon, which contains a description, in Aramaic, of the lives of Noah, Abraham, Enoch and Lamech.
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
"We are in very hard times in Israeli society; it is very tribal right now. We pretend that the other tribe doesn’t exist, that their needs don’t exist."
Animated figures, artwork and text danced across the walls as the show told the story of the biblical hero, famous for slaying Goliath with a single stone from his slingshot.
Orthodox Christians waving palm fronds and branches, mark their Palm Sunday at Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
By NOA AMOUYAL
"Israel is seen through a prism of so many filters and lobby groups – be it Israeli, Christian or Muslim advocacy groups. So it’s hard to get a clear understanding of what’s going on here from afar."
By UDI SHAHAM,GIL HOFFMAN
Prime Minister Netanyahu welcomes former entrepreneur to the Likud, offers congratulations and condolences on decision to run for national office.
By PENINA HOROWITZ
'King David' transforms the walls and archeological excavations of the Citadel into a giant-sized cinematic production.
By UDI SHAHAM,JPOST.COM STAFF
Doctors at Shaare Zedek hospital tried to stabilize him into the late evening, after which they announced "with deep regret" that he died as a result of the stabbing wounds.
Will the Church of the Holy Sepulchre reopen?
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The 2,700-year-old clay relic was found at the foot of the southern wall of Temple Mount.
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
Hunting for the perfect dating place in the city of David.
On a podium erected for the journalists, the women were required to stand behind the men. The women finally removed a tarp and stood on chairs so they could see over their male colleagues.
Mayor Nir Barkat’s declarations were alarming at his press conference Monday.
"The people in Iran like the Israeli people very much, they like the Israeli government — and especially [Prime Minister Benjamin] Bibi Netanyahu."
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Washington’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital will likely be followed by more countries whose drive to block Islamism may be greater than their faith in an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Following in Trump's footsteps, Guatemalan president announced his country plans to move embassy to Jerusalem.
President Jimmy Morales made the announcement his country would follow Trump and move its embassy to Jerusalem on Facebook.
Other streets to be named after former generals, military heroes ahead of Israel's 70th Independence Day.
By DANNY SHORKEND
By AMY SPIRO
By ORA BRAFMAN
By HAGAY HACOHEN
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
By LAHAV HARKOV
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
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