(Jerusalem Post, headline, 11/27/17): Report: ISIS, Israel Temporary 'Allies' Against Iran
(11/29/17): Report: Israel, ISIS Interests Aligned Against Iran
(Jerusalem Post, headline, 10/10/17): Israel Advancing Plans for 4X More Settlements Than Last Year
(10/12/17): Israel Advancing Plans for 4X More Settler Homes Than Last Year
(Jerusalem Post, Udi Shaham, 9/5/17): The Shamasneh family has lived in the Sheikh Jarrah home since 1964.
(9/26/17): The Shamasnehs say they have lived in the Sheikh Jarrah home since 1964, but the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court ruling found that the family had failed to provide necessary documentation to prove residency for that long a period, which may have entitled them to tenancy protection under the law.
(Jerusalem Post, Udi Shaham, 9/5/17): After eight years without any evictions in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, the Shamasneh family on early Tuesday morning was forced out of the house where it had lived for more than 50 years.
(9/26/17): After eight years without any evictions in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, members of the Shamasneh family on early Tuesday morning were forced out of the house where they say they had lived for more than 50 years.
(Jerusalem Post, Danielle Ziri, online 7/6/17): Under the proposed legislation, being advanced by haredi political parties, people who were converted in the Reform or Conservative movements of Judaism, like [Jen] Halpern, will not be recognized as Jewish in Israel, and therefore, will have no citizenship rights in the Jewish state.
Only conversions performed by the State Conversion Authority, under the guidance of the Chief Rabbinate, would be accepted.
According to Halpern, those who are pushing for the bill to pass are attempting to delegitimize her Judaism. As a mother, she pointed out that she is also worried about the implications of the bill for her son.
"My son is Jewish through me, so if this kind of thing happens, what does it mean for him if he wants to make Aliya in 10 years?" she said. "And he's a boy, but if I had had a daughter, it would have affected by grandchildren also.
"What happens if he wants to serve to protect Israel? Is he going to be told no?" Halpern asked. "Is it better for Israel to turn away someone like my child, who might want to live there and be a contributing member of the community?"
(7/7/17): [All of the above deleted from the article]
(Jerusalem Post, Eliyahu Kamisher, 5/25/17): The police require shops along the march route to close in order to avoid conflicts and maintain order.
(6/11/17): The article "Jewish businesses show solidarity with Arab shops closed by Jerusalem Day" (May 25) incorrectly stated the circumstances behind the closing of Arab shops in the Muslim Quarter during the Jerusalem Day Flag March. The article stated that police forced the shops to close. While police to maintain street closures in the Muslim Quarter that restrict access to the march route, there were no orders from police to close shops, according to a police spokesman. Shops in the Muslim Quarter along the march route closed because tens of thousands of marchers walking through the area made it unfeasible to stay open, and some shop owners said they feared confrontations with the marchers.
(Jerusalem Post, Arik Bender, 9/12/16): Meanwhile, Israel was prepared to thwart the flotilla from illegally infringing on the maritime blockade of Gaza, which was established in 2007 following the terrorist group Hamas's takeover of the Strip.
(9/22/16): Meanwhile, Israel was prepared to thwart the flotilla from illegally infringing on the maritime blockade of Gaza, which was established in 2009, two years after the terrorist group Hamas's takeover of the Strip.
(Jerusalem Post, Ramy Aziz, Op-Ed, 8/26/15): Other than Saudi Arabia and Egypt, there is no one more aware of the coming danger and more capable of meeting the challenge than Tel Aviv.
(9/2/15 (print edition only)): Unlike what might have been inferred in "Iran's old-new role in the region" (Comment & Features, August 27), Israel's capital is, of course, Jerusalem.
(Jerusalem Post, 5/23/15): Both John Paul II and his successor Benedict XVI reiterated calls for "justice" for the Palestinians and respect for UN Resolution 242, which calls for Israeli withdrawal to pre-1967 lines.
(Online as of 5/26/15): Both John Paul II and his successor Benedict XVI reiterated calls for justice for the Palestinians and respect for UN Resolution 242, which calls for Israeli withdrawal from territories conquered in 1967.