Jerusalem Post's talented team of journalists provides insight into their work presented in the opinion section. This section highlights the beliefs and values that experienced writers who are witnessing the Middle East turmoil unfold. Their first hand encounters with world leaders have shaped their opinions and world views to be shared on this page.

 Jerusalem chef Ronen Avichail

Jerusalem's 'best-kept secret' makes cooking easier with unique oil - opinion

 FROM RIGHT: Prof. Uriel Reichman, Prof. Yifat Bitton, Prof. Ami Moyal, Nina Avidar Weiner and Prof. Nir Kedar

Grapevine June 2, 2023: All that jazz

 A Star of David.

What is the current delicate state of Jewish-Christian ties? - opinion

 Cakes for a happy birthday (Illustrative).

Planning your wife's 60th birthday: Looking at ChatGPT, Israel Jubilee - opinion

 HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR Yehudith Kleinman tells her story to a group of teachers.

Holocaust remembrance and the indomitable spirit of Holocaust survivors - opinion

 OPEN LETTER published January 13, 1898, in ‘L’Aurore’ by Emile Zola in response to the Dreyfus Affair, in which Zola addressed French president Félix Faure and accused his government of antisemitism.

J’accuse: US Jewish leadership is failing to defend the community - opinion

 THE DEE family poses for a photo, in 2021.

Leo Dee to 'Post': Considering multi-billion dollar lawsuit against CNN

 TURKISH PRESIDENT Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses the annual general meeting of the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges in Ankara, this week, after winning the presidential election runoff.

Now that Erdogan is firmly in power, what is Israel's Turkish dilemma? - opinion

 IRANIAN PRESIDENT Ebrahim Raisi meets with IAEA Director-General Rafael Grossi in Tehran in March. The writer says US President Joe Biden may grant Raisi an end to all IAEA investigations

Beware of Biden administration offering Tehran a deal: The release of frozen Iran assets

 THEN-US president Richard Nixon and first lady Pat Nixon host then-prime minister Golda Meir at the White House in 1969

In a man's world, a woman prevailed: Golda Meir, Israel's 'Iron Lady' - opinion

A PHOTO of displaced Iraqi Jews in 1951. The government hopes to give a voice to the story of the millions of Jewish refugees

Don't forget, remember the Farhud - editorial

 PARTICIPANTS GATHER for the annual Jerusalem March for Pride and Tolerance yesterday

Pride, especially now - opinion

 YULIA, AN endangered female Mediterranean monk seal, takes a nap on the shore in Jaffa on May 15

My Word: Curious headlines for curious minds

 ‘At this time in particular, when the State of Israel may appear to be experiencing a period of turbulence and polarization, I beg to differ,’ says Ifat Ovadia-Luski.

Jewish communities in the US, there roots planted deep in the ground - opinion

 PAUL RICHARD Gallagher, Vatican Secretary for Relations, meets with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky at the Vatican, earlier this month.

Vatican 'foreign minister' talks Middle East, Ukraine, China and antisemitism - interview

 AMID THE more than 10,000 protesters was a group of about 200 Israeli Jews surrounding a large sign that said: ‘First they took the Palestinian flag and I didn’t speak out.'

The Palestinian flag should not be a contentious symbol - opinion

 THE WRITER meets at Westminster with then-Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog.

Israel must implement radical change to rebuild nation unity - opinion

 AVITAL AND Natan Sharansky, reunited after 12 years, smile during an airport news conference upon his arrival in Israel, in 1986. The dynamic for Soviet Jewry changed with the founding of SSSJ, says the writer.

American Jews need a Soviet-style activist defense org. - opinion

 PROTESTERS DISRUPT an event taking place with Knesset Constitution, Law and Justice Committee Chairman Simcha Rothman, in Tel Aviv, on Sunday. Their demands included calls for an independent court.

Israel needs to return to the art of discussion - opinion

 FORMER US vice president Mike Pence speaks at the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition Spring Kick-off,  in West Des Moines, in April.

Pence will not inherit Trump's Republican voter base - opinion

Former Mossad Director Yossi Cohen

Normalization between Israel and Saudi Arabia is increasingly likely

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