so much to say

“I spent my 20s trying to convince myself I wasn’t gay”

The health ministry has issued a public warning about so-called ‘conversion therapies’ in which homosexuals have been subject to treatment to try to make them heterosexual.

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Tim Sebastian’s hard question: Is the occupation destroying Israel?

The New Arab Debates are coming to Jerusalem, and award-winning British broadcaster Tim Sebastian, of BBC HARDtalk fame, will moderate.

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The IDF honors its ‘heroes of today’

The IDF bestowed medals and citations on dozens of soldiers who acted with bravery during Operation Protective Edge.

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Making the desert bloom — and creating jobs, too

JNF’s Negev initiatives have made life more livable for thousands of residents. And as the organization’s work expands, the positive social and economic impact may be felt throughout the country.

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The new Israeli boys’ club

For Jewish men in Israel, IDF service is an important rite of passage, which doesn’t leave much space or need for other male social clubs like fraternities.

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‘A villa in the jungle’: Foreign policy takes a back seat to electioneering

This election season, Israeli politicians have engaged in a choreographed dance around issues of foreign policy, talking a lot while saying very little.

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United they stand? The hopes and fears of Israel’s Arabs

Lissy Kaufmann meets members of Israel’s Arab community, including Balad’s controversial MK Zoabi, to discuss their hopes and fears ahead of the elections.

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Endangered sea, neglected shores

Residents of the Haifa area are furious over what they feel is the neglect of the quality of the Mediterranean shores where they live.

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Police officers in prison could be just what the force needs

Major General Hagai Dotan, the commander of the Coastal District, was brought in for questioning after several women officers filed complaints against him.

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Israeli election round-up: Netanyahu’s numbers unaffected by ‘bottle-gate’

Lahav Harkov, the Knesset Correspondent for the Jerusalem Post, gives us an early taster of The Jerusalem Post’s weekly Friday polling data.

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