The number of Israelis who view President Obama as pro-Palestinian dropped by 20 percent following his first presidential visit to Israel, according to a new poll.
On Oct. 17, seven Israeli English news websites led with seven different stories.
Greece has condemned mob attack on a Jerusalem Post reporter.
The Jerusalem Post recently reported on the Molotov cocktails thrown into a Nigerian woman’s open day care and an Eritrean family’s private apartment in Tel Aviv’s Shapira neighborhood. Luckily no one was hurt, but this incident reminded me of all the violence and hatred ensuing in Israeli society toward African asylum seekers. This is not the first case of violence against African asylum seekers. There have been many hate crimes perpetrated against Eritrean, Sudanese and other asylum seekers of African descent for the past few years. Whether it’s the government, the media or Israeli society influencing or perpetrating these abominable acts, this racial violence and prejudice must be stopped.
The Israeli Prime Minister's Office denied that Benjamin Netanyahu told the editor of The Jerusalem Post that Israel’s two greatest enemies are The New York Times and Haaretz.
Jerusalem Post Editor in Chief David Horovitz is stepping down, the newspaper announced.
The umbrella body for men's clubs at North American Conservative synagogues is calling for a boycott of certain whiskey brands in retaliation for an anti-Israel boycott by a Scottish local government.
I began my career in journalism at The Jerusalem Post, then the only English-language newspaper in Israel. It wasn't a Jewish newspaper per se; more than covering "Jewish news," its mission was to cover Israel as a country, and that included arts, business, science and technology, politics and crime -- which most often turned out to be Jewish.
Yaniv Berman's 2005 film "Even Kids Started Small," depicts the nightmarish takeover of a suburban junior high by the pupils