While the army says Mohammad Khossam Khabali was shot during violent clashes, video shows him walking with friends on a main street
Judge rejected Israel Police appeal to revoke the license of Guy Hirschfeld, an activist with Ta'ayush, but also rejected claims that the police acted with political motivation
A study shows that 30 percent of Jews and 21 percent of Arabs support segregation in hospital wards, a sentiment more frequent among religious people and the less educated
Relations have been tense since the downing of a Russian spyplane two months ago. Despite recent attempts, Netanyahu and Putin have yet to set an official diplomatic meeting
Mark Hetfield, president and CEO of HIAS, strongly opposes the Trump administration’s policy.
Airobotics can therefore conduct drone activity from its Remote Operations Center in Scottsdale, Arizona, which is set to become the company's global headquarters.
Israel's Ambassador to the U.N. Danny Danon takes Jerusalem Post behind the scenes of how the U.N. operates, and at times, fails.
After Liberman’s resignation as defense minister, Netanyahu vows to push on with a razor-thin majority in the Knesset.
In an exclusive interview, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki shares his thoughts on Warsaw’s relations with Jerusalem, Europe and the US, and reflects on his country’s past.
Evidence is accumulating that ultra-Orthodox Jews, East Jerusalem Arabs, religious Zionists and secular people can team up to cut the city's 46 percent poverty rate