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Iran begins training Russians to use its drones - report:

August 10th, 2022


Last month, the US said that Iran was preparing to provide Russia with hundreds of drones.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Excluding North American med students is unwise - editorial:

August 10th, 2022


Instead of stopping the participation of foreign students altogether, why not find space and room for more medical students?

By JPOST EDITORIAL


Meet the real winners from the IDF's latest operation: Rafael and IAI:

August 10th, 2022


The success rate that shows the effectiveness of Iron Dome will accelerate negotiations with several countries for purchasing the system, especially several Gulf countries.

By YEHUDA SHARONI/MAARIV


Israel decides: No more American and Canadian medical students:

August 9th, 2022


Israel is working to raise the number of Israeli graduates of medical school, rather than forcing them to go abroad.

By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH


What would happen if the US goes to war with China over Taiwan?:

August 9th, 2022


China held extensive military exercises off of Taiwan last week and the US is focused on a hypothetical US-China war over the island.

By Tony Capaccio/Bloomberg News/TNS


Lapid gets briefed on Israeli preparedness for wildfire season:

August 10th, 2022


Last year, Israel saw a large wildfire near Jerusalem in the biggest since 2010's Carmel fire.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


State affirms Homesh yeshiva demolition to court, but doesn't set date:

August 10th, 2022


The illegal West Bank Homesh yeshiva is all that remains of the settlement that had been located on that hilltop, but which the government destroyed in 2005.

By TOVAH LAZAROFF


Labor’s primary winner: Naama who? - analysis:

August 10th, 2022


This time around, Labor’s No. 2 -- if the party’s primary results are honored and there are no unexpected outside figures parachuted to the top 2 slots in the list -- will be filled by  Naama Lazimi.

By HERB KEINON


Jewish Agency reviewing options ahead of possible Russia shutdown:

August 10th, 2022


A senior official at the Jewish Agency told the Post: "The agency has no intention of closing down its activities and leaving Russia. We will adapt ourselves to the requirements of Russian law."

By ZVIKA KLEIN


Did Israel successfully market Islamic Jihad as another Hamas? - opinion:

August 10th, 2022


With its traditional terrorist foe taking a back seat, the Israeli government needed to explain the dangers presented to its state from scratch.

By MICHAEL STARR


Without peace, the Gaza situation will only worsen - opinion:

August 10th, 2022


The rounds of fighting in Gaza are not about Gaza alone, they are about the inability of these two peoples to find the best way to share land that each side claims as its own.

By GERSHON BASKIN


Was it legal for Lapid, Gantz to start Gaza op. without convening cabinet? - analysis:

August 10th, 2022


Is the security cabinet required to approve any war or major operation which could lead to war?

By YONAH JEREMY BOB


Iranian IRGC member charged for plot to kill John Bolton:

August 10th, 2022


The IRGC member offered $300,000 to a potential hitman in the US to kill the former national security advisor.

By TZVI JOFFRE


IDF soldier who trained dog killed in Nablus: Media ignores children killed in Gaza:

August 10th, 2022


The soldier who trained the canine stated that Israel does "not try to solve the conflict, but only manage it."

By Walla!


WATCH: Israeli soldier and Palestinian kids' dance battle goes viral:

August 10th, 2022


The video racked up over 271,000 views and was liked almost 50,000 times.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Singer Regina Spektor supports Israel during Operation Breaking Dawn:

August 10th, 2022


The Jewish American singer argued against the double standard of how Israel is treated in the media.

By MICHAEL STARR


NY Gov. Hochul signs Holocaust education legislation:

August 10th, 2022


The legislative package signed Wednesday at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan consists of three bills.

By HALEY COHEN


Was a B’Tselem activist unfairly pressured by Shin Bet?:

August 10th, 2022


Both sides agree that Nasser Nawaj’ah was detained and questioned by the security agency (ISA) on Sunday, but they disagree about whether or not his detention was due to legitimate security concerns.

By YONAH JEREMY BOB


Are noble gases evidence that the Moon came from the Earth? - study:

August 10th, 2022


The findings of noble gases helium and neon in meteorites from the Moon lends further support to the "Giant Impact" theory of the Moon's creation.

By AARON REICH


Excluding North American med students is unwise - editorial:

August 10th, 2022


Instead of stopping the participation of foreign students altogether, why not find space and room for more medical students?

By JPOST EDITORIAL


Time for Israel to pivot away from Beijing - opinion:

August 9th, 2022


As Israel decouples from China, there will be even greater opportunities for greater cooperation between close allies. Israel must support the US and keep a distance from China.

By JACOB NAGEL AND MARK DUBOWITZ


Social media is harming you - opinion:

August 9th, 2022


Do you feel better after you use social media? I’m guessing most honest people would say no.

By JULIA ROBBINS


Temple Mount prayer does not belong solely to right-wingers - opinion:

August 9th, 2022


I recalled Uri Zvi Greenberg’s chilling poem after the 1948 Independence War, lamenting what this miraculous new state would be missing. “Israel without that mount,” Greenberg said, “is not Israel."

By GIL TROY


Int'l media has once again shown its true colors toward Israel - opinion:

August 8th, 2022


Where Palestinian claims are taken as fact, even when they come from terrorist organizations, Israeli claims – with evidence – are taken with skepticism.

By EMILY SCHRADER


Amy Spitalnick goes from fighting neo-Nazis to leading Bend the Arc:

August 10th, 2022


Amy Spitalnick led a group that won a $25 million judgment against the neo-Nazis who organized the deadly 2017 Charlottesville march.

By ANDREW LAPIN/JTA


Tu Be'Av: Israelis married less and younger in 2020:

August 10th, 2022


6,746 couples including at least one partner who was registered with the Population Authority got married abroad in 2020.

By TZVI JOFFRE


Bermuda's Jewish community to get its first full-time rabbi:

August 10th, 2022


Bermuda has a population of approximately 65,000 residents, "of whom 500 are believed to be Jewish," according to the worldwide Jewish movement. The island also hosts many Jewish tourists every year.

By ZVIKA KLEIN


How are streaming services solving subscriber stagnation?:

August 10th, 2022


Streaming industry expert Tal Chalozin grants insight on what the biggest platforms in streaming are planning in order to survive.

By ZACHY HENNESSEY


What happens if you get in a car accident with uninsured drivers in Israel?:

August 11th, 2022


Israel has a foundation for people who got hurt in accidents that was meant to ensure compensation for bodily harm when there's no insurance to supply it.

By Walla!


As cost of living rises, we must keep all Israelis fed - opinion:

August 10th, 2022


Asked if the food aid agencies were exacerbating the problem of food insecurity by giving fish instead of rods, I almost lost it because only those who have never struggled for food could ask this.

By GIDI KROCH


Elovitches to court: Dismiss us from Netanyahu trial:

August 10th, 2022


The Elovitches are at the center of the case against Benjamin Netanyahu because Shaul is accused of engaging in a bribery scheme with the former prime minister.

By YONAH JEREMY BOB


Petah Tikva mayor arrested for bribery, money laundering, fraud:

August 10th, 2022


Suspects were arrested for alleged bribery, fraud, breach of trust, false registration of corporate documents and money laundering.

By Roman Meitav


Benny Gantz: Israeli counterterrorism ops ongoing despite ceasefire - interview:

August 9th, 2022


"Significant achievements in weakening Islamic Jihad" were achieved, and "Israel's deterrence in the Gaza Strip was regained" the defense minister said.

By WALLA!/AMIR BOHBOT


Planned drone factory is boost for Ukraine, as Kremlin threatens to destroy it, analysts say:

August 10th, 2022


The Bayraktar TB2 UAV has played a prominent role in Kyiv’s attacks on Russian forces

By KRISTINA JOVANOVSKI/THE MEDIA LINE


Ukraine accuses Russia of using nuclear plant for deadly rocket attack:

August 10th, 2022


"The cowardly Russians can't do anything more so they strike towns ignobly hiding at the Zaporizhzhia atomic power station," Zelensky said.

By REUTERS


How is an explosion in Yemen connected to Palestinian Islamic Jihad?:

August 9th, 2022


An Iranian unit is training both the Houthis in Yemen and Islamic Jihad in Gaza to produce their own rockets locally.

By TZVI JOFFRE


Biden urges Syria to secure the return of missing US journalist:

August 10th, 2022


Biden signed an executive order last month aimed at deterring and punishing wrongful detention of Americans abroadץ

By REUTERS


What kind of criminal case is the Justice Department building against Donald Trump?:

August 10th, 2022


The authorities are focusing on whether Trump violated a law requiring him to turn over most of his White House documents to the National Archives.

By Jay Weaver And Michael Wilner / Miami Herald / TNS


Cardinal with Jewish ancestry honors Jewish-born nun murdered in Auschwitz:

August 10th, 2022


Born Edith Stein in Breslau, Germany to an Orthodox Jewish family, Stein converted to Catholicism in her 30s.

By Jackie Hajdenberg/JTA


IFCJ sends emergency control units to Ashkelon following rocket-fire:

August 9th, 2022


Created amid Israel’s 2021 operation in Gaza, the mobile station was designed to respond to the critical needs of Israeli municipalities during missile strikes from Gaza.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Pope meets Russian Orthodox number two ahead of meeting with Patriarch:

August 5th, 2022


The pope and the Patriarch have met once, in Cuba in 2016 - the first meeting between a pope and a leader of the Russian Orthodox Church since the Great Schism of 1054.

By REUTERS


Lebanese cleric demands state stop calling Lebanese citizens in Israel 'agents':

July 31st, 2022


The statement comes after an archbishop was detained while traveling between Lebanon and Israel.

By TZVI JOFFRE


St. Louis man confesses to threatening to blow up a synagogue:

August 10th, 2022


Cody Steven Rush, 30, confessed Monday in court to calling the FBI saying he wanted to blow up the Central Reform Synagogue because he "hates Jews."

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


FIFA hospitality site removes 'occupied Palestinian territories' from sales agent list:

August 10th, 2022


Qatar's commitments obligate it to give the same treatment to all countries.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Attacker of British Rabbi sentenced to 43 months in jail:

August 9th, 2022


Souraka Djabouri, 19, was sentenced to the more than 3.5-year term in a youth offenders’ institution on Friday after admitting to striking Rabbi Goodwin over the head with a brick.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Republican candidate for governor compares Holocaust deaths to abortion:

August 10th, 2022


Republican candidate for governor Darren Bailey faced condemnation from Democrats as well as some fellow Republicans for citing the Holocaust in the political debate over abortion.

By Rick Pearson/TNS


Meta’s AI chatbot repeats antisemitic conspiracies, bashes Facebook:

August 10th, 2022


The artificial intelligence chatbot BlenderBot made several mentions of antisemitic conspiracy theories, Donald Trump, and even Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


‘Blue Economy’ sustainable marine development comes to Middle East:

August 10th, 2022


An ocean-based economy could be the answer to climate change, food insecurity, energy issues, and cooperation among the countries of the region.

By DEBBIE MOHNBLATT/THE MEDIA LINE


We're one step closer to a plastic-free world; meet the company helping us along:

August 7th, 2022


Meet the Israeli company that developed a game-changing food packaging solution

By LIOR NOVIK


LayV: New henipavirus found in humans in China - study:

August 9th, 2022


LayV has been found in 35 patients in China, but scientists said they were unable to find evidence for human-to-human transmission of the virus.

By TZVI JOFFRE


This antibody may protect against COVID-19 and all its variants - study:

August 10th, 2022


The antibody in question was easily induced in rhesus macaque monkeys and provided broad protection against not just COVID-19 and variants but other SARS viruses.

By AARON REICH


Cancer treatment not working? Gut bacteria could be cure:

August 10th, 2022


Biomica is in its phase 1 clinical trial for its new cancer drug BMC128, which is expected to help patients who do not respond to immunotherapy.

By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN


New cancer treatment uses Israeli nanotechnology to stimulate immune system:

August 10th, 2022


“We saw that this technology was successful in Pfizer’s and Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccines, and I firmly believe that...we will be able to harness it in the fight against cancer."

By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH


National campaign races to find bone-marrow donor for IDF conscript:

August 10th, 2022


Two weeks before enlisting in the Israel Defense Forces, Cohen was diagnosed with severe blood cancer that required an urgent bone-marrow transplant from a donor.

By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH


Scientists discover new species of mysterious deep-sea creatures:

August 10th, 2022


Bathynomus, a group of isopods that live in the deepest parts of the ocean, is distantly related to decapods, such as shrimp, crabs and lobsters.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Sheba Medical Center to integrate Elbit thermal imaging technology:

August 10th, 2022


Sheba will implement Elbit’s thermal photography, which is best known for its role in the world of defense and aerospace and offers significant potential for healthcare.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Likud and Labor head to the primary polls:

August 4th, 2022


The Jerusalem Post Podcast with Yaakov Katz and Lahav Harkov.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Prague: Old & New, Walk & Do:

August 1st, 2022


The Jerusalem Post Podcast - Travel Edition, Episode 39

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Ancient Olmec reliefs recovered by archaeologists in Mexico:

August 9th, 2022


Newly recovered reliefs both show a face with their arms crossed. Symbols also appear at the sides of the reliefs. 

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF


Israeli archaeologist find where the Romans breached Jerusalem's walls - IAA:

August 7th, 2022


In breaching the walls of Jerusalem in 70 CE, the Roman legions stormed the city and destroyed the Second Temple, of the many infamous moments mourned on Tisha Be'av.

By AARON REICH


Maryland plagued by wave of antisemitic incidents over the weekend:

August 9th, 2022


Three incidents, one right after the other, share antisemitic hate throughout Maryland in the past weekend alone.

By ZVIKA KLEIN


In Ukraine, Jewish charity buys 40 electric cars to manage rising costs of delivering aid:

August 10th, 2022


Chabad-affiliated Federation of Jewish Communities of Ukraine has spent over $2 million buying a fleet of 40 electric cars to combat rising fuel costs.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA


Americans frustrated with two-party system as midterm election nears - Pew:

August 9th, 2022


American respondents detail their disapproval of the political party that opposes their own, as well as general disillusionment with the two-party system.

By BEN ZION GAD


Rep. Ilhan Omar wins 5th District DFL race with narrow margin:

August 10th, 2022


Omar defeated Don Samuels by a narrow margin of less than 3,000 votes, making this her tightest race yet as she seeks a third term in the House of Representatives.

By HUNTER WOODALL/STAR TRIBUNE/TNS


Tisha Be'Av with members of the US House of Representatives - opinion:

August 9th, 2022


The conversation had gone to places I never expected. And we pledged to speak again sometime soon.

By DAVID JABLINOWITZ


Temple Mount prayer does not belong solely to right-wingers - opinion:

August 9th, 2022


I recalled Uri Zvi Greenberg’s chilling poem after the 1948 Independence War, lamenting what this miraculous new state would be missing. “Israel without that mount,” Greenberg said, “is not Israel."

By GIL TROY


Thought-provoking ‘Savoy’ examines Tel Aviv hotel siege in 1975:

August 10th, 2022


Savoy raises interesting questions about ethnicity, class and stereotypes, and will make you think about what has and hasn’t changed in the past few decades.

By HANNAH BROWN


Noa Kirel officially announces that she will represent Israel in Eurovision 2023:

August 10th, 2022


No information has been released in regards to what song Kirel will sing at the competition, but the singer will have full artistic control over the song choice.

By GADI ZAIG


Pascale's Kitchen: Yummy pancakes:

August 6th, 2022


below you will find three recipes for breakfast foods that are really just desserts that we tell ourselves are okay to eat for breakfast: pancakes, omelets and waffles

By PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN


Poupee: Tel Aviv food that is kosher and sassy - review:

August 6th, 2022


Poupee has got the most fantastic bathrooms I’ve ever seen in a restaurant, but I refuse to spoil it for those of you who plan to try it, But remember: You heard it here first.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN


Israeli tourism is on the way back to pre-pandemic highs:

August 9th, 2022


Despite the pandemic delivering the haymaker of the century, the tourism industry in Israel is getting back on its feet/

By ZACHY HENNESSEY


United Airlines pilots refuse to fly to Israel, cite fictitious curfew:

August 7th, 2022


A United Airlines flight from Newark said a 24-hour delay was due to a "curfew" in Tel Aviv. Ben-Gurion Airport spokesperson: "There is no curfew. At all."

By AARON REICH


A woman's revenge on the man who sat too close to her on the beach:

August 9th, 2022


Most commenters agreed that it was definitely strange that he placed his towel so close to her when the beach was empty, and some were even alarmed that he looked at her while she was sleeping.

By Walla!


Ties to Unification Church fueled motive for Shinzo Abe's assassin:

August 7th, 2022


Abe recently sent a video message to a Unification Church gathering held in September, which the assassination suspect viewed.

By Roman Meitav


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July 26th, 2022




By SARAH GOLDMAN


Why using a third-party logistics (3PL) provider for inventory management is a smart move:

August 1st, 2022




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