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Life in lockdown: Chiara Zuddas, 31, sleeps in bed cuddling her daughter, two-year-old Bianca Toniolo, at home in San Fiorano, one of the original 'red zone' towns in northern Italy that has been extended to the whole country
How did you sleep through your alarm? TAU study reveals how deep we sleep
EFRAT. IS it time to annex this Gush Etzion community?
Israelis split on annexing West Bank territory, survey finds
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
PM Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)
AIPAC opposes act prohibiting Israel from using US funds for annexation
In the wake of the coronavirus, COGAT officers and soldiers deliver essentials to the needy and disabled in Jerusalem for Passover
Soldiers given approval to use release-grant for any use amid coronavirus
By CELIA JEAN
South Africa's Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng gestures as he makes a ruling at the Constitutional Court in Johannesburg, South Africa ,June 22,2017
Chief Justice of South Africa: I will not retract my comments on Israel
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
SETH ROGAN stars (twice) in ‘American Pickle.’
Yiddish hipster heaven awaits with Seth Rogen’s ‘An American Pickle’
THE SETTLEMENT of Elazar, 18 km. south of Jerusalem, as it looked last week.
The ‘Deal of the Century’ – the first act will set the stage
Brit mila
In brit, the baby comes first - opinion
By HAYIM LEITER
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Israelis slam Netanyahu’s conduct during the COVID-19 crisis – report
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Alternate Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Benny Gantz at the weekly cabinet meeting, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem on June 28, 2020.
Closures are bad, but we can prevent them from happening again
Alternate Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Benny Gantz at the weekly cabinet meeting, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem on June 28, 2020.
Gantz and coronavirus: Impactful or irrelevant? - Analysis
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting
Netanyahu to lose annexation option if new elections held first
A display featuring missiles and a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is seen at Baharestan Square in Tehran, Iran September 27, 2017
Top ex-Mossad official on what Iran loses from damaged centrifuges
Yossi Cohen
Mossad head’s short-term extension points to politics, not Iran
Iranian armed forces members march during the ceremony of the National Army Day parade in TeIranian armed forces members march during the ceremony of the National Army Day parade in Tehran, Iran September 22, 2019hran, Iran September 22, 2019
The political impact of explosions in Iran - Analysis
Italy's new President Mattarella visits the Fosse Ardeatine, National Monument and Memorial Cemetery of victims of German occupation, in Rome.
After 76 years Israeli discovers fate of father killed by Nazis in Rome
Illustrative photo of Israeli money
Israel reaches highest state deficit in history, NIS 58.2 billion
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
An Israeli flag is seen on the first of Israel's El Al Airlines order of 16 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner jets, as it lands at Ben Gurion International Airport, near Tel Aviv
El Al to be nationalized, state to purchase $150 mil worth of stocks
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
An Israeli soldier wearing a face mask walking in Jaffa Gate, outside Jerusalem Old City on July 5, 2020.
Coronavirus restrictions reinstated: What are the new rules?
Knesset commitee on coronavirus meets to discuss furher regulations, April 7, 2020
Bill allowing coronavirus decisions to bypass Knesset voted into law
Israel successfully launches Ofek 16 spy satellite into space
Israel just flipped the space bird to Iran - Analysis
Israel President Reuven Rivlin
Rivlin to posthumously honor man who drowned while saving a family
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Football / soccer ball
Maccabi TA players in minors affair named as Dor Micha and Omer Atzili
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Yair Lapid speaking on March 26, 2020
Lapid: Coronavirus management ‘humiliating national failure’
Israel Police enforce coronavirus regulations in Jerusalem
Ohana calls to release body cam footage amid police brutality reports
Satellite view of Israel and the Middle East
Israel flags security risk as US allows HD satellite images of Israel
By REUTERS
Defense Minister Benny Gantz visits the Negev Desert ahead the IDF intelligence directorate's proposed move to the Negev, July 6, 2020
Gantz heads to Negev to promote IDF’s move south
Gazelle rescued after being trapped by Palestinians, July 6, 2020
Two Palestinians arrested after trapping gazelle
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
MDA uses ambulance bus to evacuate nine from southern Israel nursing home
MDA uses ambulance bus to evacuate nine from southern Israel nursing home
Israelis protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu outside the Prime Minister's Residence in Jerusalem, July 3, 2020
Most Israelis don’t see sovereignty happening - poll
Magen David Adom medical team members, wearing protective gear, are handling a Coronavirus test from a patient in Jerusalem, April 7, 2020.
With coronavirus cases rising, MDA sees hotline activity triple
Israel's new Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi
Ashkenazi: Annexation not on the agenda today or tomorrow
Event hall, illustrative
Bat Mitzvah has over 1,000 guests, flouting Health Ministry regulations
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A man in the Black Flag protest on Sunday April 19 2020 in Tel Aviv, the sign says 'When [Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu] Bibi will go, the coronavirus will go
Anti-Netanyahu activist: Only a ‘bullet to the head’ will silence me
By URI COHEN/THE MEDIA LINE
Elem President Nava Barak discusses the report on abuse with President Reuven Rivlin, July 5, 2020
Sexual, physical, verbal abuse of youth spiked during coronavirus crisis
Israel successfully launches Ofek 16 spy satellite into space
Israel successfully launches Ofek 16 spy satellite into space
Students on campus at Tel Aviv University
University entrance exams canceled mid-testing period due to coronavirus
By CELIA JEAN
BEITAR JERUSALEM celebrates after earning a 3-1 victory over Hapoel Tel Aviv on Saturday night at Teddy Stadium. It was the yellow-and-black’s first conquest of the Championship Playoffs and it clinched a spot in Europa League qualifying.
Mac TA still undefeated with one game left
By JOSHUA HALICKMAN
L’Oréal's sustainable skin care products.
L’Oréal Israel promotes sustainability revolution
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The IDF holds a blood drive in light of the coronavirus crisis
IDF: Combat soldiers to be allowed home only once every 21 days
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting
Netanyahu’s deadly COVID-19 blunders
Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon addresses the UN General Assembly in New York in 2018.
Israeli Ambassador to UN Danny Danon: Don’t call it annexation
Minister Tzachi Hanegbi
The Hanegbi affair: populism and detachment
A woman stands at the counter inside a Israel Post office in Jerusalem
Get a mobile plan for NIS 16 per month – at the post office
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Channel 13 anchorwoman Oshrat Kotler
Channel 13 continues round of layoffs amid financial crisis
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
SOSA CEO Uzi Scheffer: ‘Promoting open innovation on such a scale will have tremendous ripple effects.’
Brazil’s confederation of industry taps Israel’s SOSA in innovation push
Israel Police officers oversee people wearing masks in Jerusalem
Study finds first wave of COVID-19 positively boosted Israel’s image
Illustrative photo of Israeli money
Legislative committee approves bill for gender salary equality
yeshiva study
Gov’t, Jewish Agency, agree to cover lost Masa grants for religious centers
Israel’s first Bedouin ambassador, Ishmael Khaldi
Foreign Ministry appoints Israel’s first-ever Bedouin ambassador
Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron
Tomb of Patriarchs pilgrimage site in First Temple times, pottery suggests
SECURITY SURVEILLANCE monitors. Privacy advocates argue that even if the official transfer of data does not identify individuals, anyone who wants to abuse the information to invade an individual’s privacy can do so with ease
Chaotic start to Shin Bet corona surveillance
Rescue team sent to search for the man who saved a family of four from drowning
Bedouin join mourners of ‘hero’ who save four from drowning
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF , MAARIV ONLINE
NAFTALI BENNETT at the Defense Ministry this week.
COVID-19 prevents Bennett from pushing alternative annexation plan
Mossad head Yossi Cohen marks the agency's ending its coronavirus-related activity
PM extends Mossad chief tenure by 6 months
Gilad Erdan arrives to the weekly cabinet meeting, at the Prime Minister's office in Jerusalem, on June 2, 2019.
Cabinet approves Gilad Erdan as UN and US ambassador
Knesset commitee on coronavirus meets to discuss furher regulations, April 7, 2020
Ministers don't let MKs give up salaries
online dating
OkCupid to launch campaign expressing dating issues important to Israelis
A man carries his shopping bags and wears a face mask in a street in Ashkelon while Israel tightened a national stay-at-home policy following the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ashkelon, Israel March 20, 2020.
Israel’s response to coronavirus aims to ‘heal the world,’ book states
IDF recruits at the Military Intelligence language school
A new direction in Israel's war-between-wars campaign?
Opposition leader Yair Lapid at the Ma’ariv newspaper’s OECD Conference on Sunday.
Lapid: Violence among Israelis on the way due to Netanyahu, coronavirus
Israel's Finance Minister Israel Katz
Finance Minister Israel Katz drafting economic plan until vaccine ready
Israel Border Police stop as the siren rings out across Israel to mark Yom Hazikaron, April 28, 2020
Thousands of police officers to expand coronavirus restriction enforcement
By LEON SVERDLOV
PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu and Blue and White Party leader Benny Gantz pass each other in the Knesset last year.
Gantz: 'Early elections will be very bad for Israel'
By LEON SVERDLOV
Women block King George St. in Tel Aviv in protest against government inaction concerning domestic violence
Protests held across Israel as violence against women continues
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
THE MODEL of higher education will have to change’: Tel Aviv University students relax (in a decidely non-socially distant way) on the first day of the new academic year, in October 2018.
Higher education exams will be taken online starting Sunday
The Market House Hotel
Market House Hotel: A jewel of Jaffa
Arthur Hotel
The Arthur’s example in safely reopening the capital for tourism
By YAKIR FELDMAN
1,000 right-wing activists held a rally to expand Israel’s holding in the West Bank beyond the 30% allowed in US President Donald Trump's peace plan
Settlers push for new settlement outside boundaries of Trump plan
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan attends a cabinet meeting, December 2019.
Cabinet to approve Erdan as ambassador to UN on Sunday
Lockdown on some Jerusalem neighborhoods begins in effort to stop coronavirus spread, April 12, 2020
Coronavirus burning through haredi, Arab areas of Jerusalem
Ida Haendel 311
Ida Haendel, master violinist and champion of Israel musicians, dies at 91
By MAXIM REIDER
The empty Ben Gurion airport, as most flights have been cencelled in order to prevent the spreading of the Coronavirus. April 06, 2020.
Ben-Gurion Airport CEO says Israeli aviation industry on brink of collapse
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF , TZVI JOFFRE
livestock
Livestock shipments to Israel decrease by 16%
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
After saying that complaining of hunger is "populism" and "bullshit," Minister Tzachi Hanegbi's Wikipedia page was changed.
Likud Minister Hanegbi says complaining of hunger is 'populist bulls**t'
A memorial service for the fallen soldiers of 2014's operation Protective Edge in Gaza, July 2, 2020.
Commander of Israel's Border Police tests positive for coronavirus
Omer Adam in the music video for "Kuku Riku."
Israeli pop stars’ music video with Mexican and Arab garb irks viewers
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi visits Bnei Brak
IDF may end reserve duty training due to coronavirus
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Blue and White leader Benny Gantz attends the Knesset's Remembrance Day service, April 26, 2020
Likud official: Gantz supports Trump’s plan, Palestinian State
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A cyclist was found injured after hit and run in Arad
60-year-old cyclist dies after hit-and-run accident
By ALON HOCHMON/MAARIV
Rescue team sent to search for the man who saved a family of four from drowning
Man dies after rescuing three children and their mother from drowning
By ALON HOCHMON/MAARIV
Israel President Reuven Rivlin
Signs of re-normalization in foreign diplomatic corps
A picture of Shaul Goldstein
Masada and the Sabbath – The sanctity of freedom over slavery
By SHAUL GOLDSTEIN
Donia Mashasha pictured with her brothers, alongside Dr. Gil Dagan - who led the fight for her life.
Medical miracle in Jerusalem: Hadassah revives teen after heart attack
Omer Adam in the music video for "Kuku Riku."
Israeli pop stars’ music video with Mexican and Arab garb irks viewers
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
University of Haifa.
University of Haifa ranks above major universities in Shanghai Ranking
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Palestinians walk past graffiti of George Floyd painted on a section of the separation wall in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, on June 8, 2020.
Evangelical Lutheran Church implicates Israel in George Floyd death
By CELIA JEAN
‘LIFE IS A CABARET,’ at the Cameri Theater features songs from some of the best-known musicals.
Cameri Theater to return after coronavirus closures with two shows
Jaffa festival
Jaffa Festival for Contemporary Arab Culture returns for fifth year
PAUL MCCARTNEY walks toward photographers in Tel Aviv in 2008 ahead of his show at Hayarkon Park.
Will fans say ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah!’ to Beatles-themed tour of Israel?
International Criminal Court
When will the ICC rule on the war crimes probe against Israel?
ISSUES INVOLVING religion and state could be foisted upon a reluctant government.
The battle of forcing religious reform upon the government
A UN vehicle leaves a UN base in the Golan Heights.
Two UN staff on unpaid leave for alleged involvement in Tel Aviv sex video
EL AL EMPLOYEES take part in a May protest asking for a recovery plan for the cash-strapped airline, in Jerusalem.
El Al's downfall was not coronavirus, it was monopolism
A man stands in front of an electronic board displaying market data at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, in Tel Aviv, Israel
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange launches English site
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The Western Wall
What happened to the renovation of the Western Wall egalitarian section?
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking at the Knesset, February 2020.
Israel is juggling COVID-19, annexation and Iran - analysis
A man carries his shopping bags and wears a face mask in a street in Ashkelon while Israel tightened a national stay-at-home policy following the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ashkelon, Israel March 20, 2020.
Can Israel learn to dance with COVID-19? - analysis
Prof. Simcha Goldin (L) with a shirt calling for the return of his son's remains to burial in Israel with President Reuven Rivlin (R)
Rivlin to bereaved IDF families: We hear you
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Signs abour annexation with pictures of US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are displayed in Israel
Settlers target Likud in new campaign to force West Bank annexation vote
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