Terror just hit home. Here’s how you can help your children.
Newly discovered documents reveal that a reviled Bolivian tycoon was one of the greatest heroes of the Holocaust who rescued over 9,000 Jews.
Three years after its libel against Israel, the medical journal sets things right.
Great lines to share on mother’s day.
It’s time to drop the negative stereotypes and reclaim the title Jewish mother.
The incredible story of Princess Alice of Battenberg.
Including what he considered to be his greatest day.
The famous U.S. poet fought for Jewish rights and helped spark the Zionist movement.
A majority of Jews live in Israel but millions of Jews remain scattered across the globe. Here are five little-known Jewish communities.
As France heads to the polls, here are some fascinating points about Jews and France through the ages.
The energetic designer’s journey from Chanel to Shabbat.
Rabbi Mendel Deitsch worked tirelessly to rebuild Jewish life in Ukraine.
Jews’ turbulent relationship with Egypt over thousands of years.
The history of bagels gives a window to Jewish history and fortunes over the past 800 years.
As our thoughts and prayers go to the victims and the people of Britain, what can we do in the wake of this barbaric attack?
It seems like everyone is tapping into the transformative power of Shabbat.
The controversial trial of Georges Bensoussan sheds light on a vicious sub-culture of anti-Semitism in France.
Sometimes looks can be deceiving.
A snapshot of the work of David Rubinger, the renowned Israeli photographer who has died at the age of 92.
Many Jewish academics who fled Nazi Europe mentored African American students in the United States.
How to respond to the rise of anti-Semitism in the United States.
A new documentary shows how the media caved in to Hamas’ intimidation and distorted its reporting about the Gaza war.
Syria's once vibrant Jewish community goes back thousands of years.
The Holocaust survivor, one of the greatest gymnasts in history is being honored with the Israel Prize.
Like Julis Meyer, aka Box-Ka-Re-Sha-Hash-Ta-Ka, which means “Curly Haired White Chief Who Speaks with One Tongue.”
Plus a traditional Jewish chocolate recipe.
With Papal consent, Edgardo Mortara, a Jewish child, was ripped from his family and raised as a Catholic in 19th century Italy.
After a shul is vandalized, Jews, Muslims and Christians come together to stand against hate.
On business, family, being a mensch and classic curses too.
An exclusive Aish.com interview with the man who took action.
Coach Steven Greenberg’s quick actions saved the life of a visiting player who suddenly collapsed and was unresponsive.
Brenda Barnes, the first female CEO of PepsiCo who ignited a firestorm by resigning to spend more time with her family, died last week.
This year Holocaust Remembrance Day observances are mired in controversy in a number of European countries.
Do you know the origins of these Jewish terms?
No headline seems too far-fetched when it comes to spreading false news stories about Israel.
Despite the fear, parents are keeping their kids in Jewish schools and standing up to evil.
It’s never too late to incorporate these key lessons into your marriage.
Did you know that Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is owned by a Jewish family?
Cutting edge technology is unearthing fascinating new evidence regarding the Jews of Vilna.
Aish.com talks with Ahmed Khalifa who courageously pursued and help arrest the attacker of a Jewish woman on a NY subway.
Neo-Nazis are planning a march against Jews in a small Montana town. Here's what you can do about it.
The amazing story of Luis de Carvajal, a secret Jew who was murdered in the 1500s, and the unlikely survival of his handwritten memoirs.
A family in Phoenix wakes up to find their 7-foot menorah turned into a swastika. The community fights back.
You'll never look at these stats and figures the same way.
The heroic woman rescued scores of Dutch Jews during the Holocaust, and has died at the age of 96.
There’s more to olives than the Hanukkah miracle.
Adam Krief's battle with cancer has sadly come to an end.
How many of us know the origins and exact meaning of these common Jewish phrases?