Days of Miracle and Wonder

After 2,000 years of dispersion and persecution, it's a miracle that we exist as a separate, identifiable people.

Bagel Lunch Advocacy

How to motivate Jews on campus.

Vietnamese Boat People in the Promised Land

Memories of Holocaust refugees, but with a different ending.

Blaming the Victim

Why it's wrong to blame Israel for the collapse of the so-called peace process.

Uplifting Torah

A tribute to Rabbi Nosson Tzvi Finkel, zt"l, one of the greatest Jewish leaders of our generation.

Denying the Temple

The belief that no Jewish Temple ever existed in Jerusalem has become a mounting problem.

Near Lynch in Libya

After working with Libyan rebels, David Gerbi faced an angry mob at the ancient synagogue in Tripoli.

The UNESCO Vote and What's Next

UNESCO’s vote to accept Palestinian membership is a strategy to avoid negotiations with Israel.

Gilad Shalit: Split Screen World

The government and people of Israel instinctively supported the release of Shalit because these Torah values are so deeply ingrained in our national psyche.

Gilad Shalit: Who's Blurring the Lines?

By comparing the release of captive IDF soldier Gilad Shalit with 1000 terrorists, the media is creating a lie.

The Sole of Our Nation

Why I love living in the land of Israel.

Israel, Sudan and Me

A former Sudanese slave speaks out.

Gilad Shalit & The New York Times

Ignoring the real issues involved in his release, the paper writes an infuriating op-ed bashing Israel's prime minister.

The Big Game: Baseball and the Jews

Like baseball, the ups and downs of Jewish history are strands of one larger story.

This Was No Prisoner Exchange

No decent person can fail to be moved by the return of Gilad Shalit. Yet this deal ultimately represents a triumph of heart over head.

A Mother’s Pain

The price of allowing murderers to go free.

Gilad Shalit and the Sea Turtle

The controversial exchange highlights one extreme difference: Israel values life.

A Letter to Nicholas Kristof

10 reasons why his recent column is off the mark.

Aish Earns Top Nominations for Jewish Community Hero

Pro-Israel activism and marriage classes top the list.

An Educated Non-Jew's Take on Israel

An eloquent letter written by a non-Jewish Scottish professor to his students who voted to boycott Israel.

UN's Theatre of the Absurd

All that's needed to attain peace are a handful of words you'll probably never hear.

Netanyahu's Speech at the UN

The Prime Minister's important speech at the UN.

Cinderella & the Israeli Soldier

A glimpse of life in Israel you don’t get to hear in the mainstream media.

14 Facts about the Unilateral Declaration of Independence

All you need to know about the Palestinian move for recognition by the United Nations.

Friendship Request Pending

Israel wants peace. Where's the other side?

Durban & 9/11: 10 Years Later

If 9/11 was the Kristallnacht of terror, Durban was the Mein Kampf.

Day School Affordability: Whose Responsibility?

Families with school-age children cannot afford to sustain the schools alone.

The Truth About the Peace Process

Israel's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Danny Ayalon explains the historical facts relating to the Israeli Palestinian conflict.

The Holiest Generation

Who could define what it meant to be a survivor? I learned the answer from Rabbi Moshe Feinstein.

The Legal Right to Palestine

Examining the long-hidden documents of the 1920 San Remo Conference.

Struck by the Storm

He gave his life to rescue a child in danger.

Why a Unilateral Declaration of Palestinian Statehood is a Bad Idea

If the consequences weren't so serious, it might just be funny.

Legal Problems with a Unilateral Declaration

An Open Letter to Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations.

After September Comes October

Why going to the UN to bid for state recognition is not going to bring the Palestinians closer to the establishment of a state.

Mandela, Martin, and Me

Commitment to one’s Jewish identity does not come at the expense of one’s universal vision.

Yom Tzedakah

A special day to educate and inspire toward charitable giving.

Standing with Israel Today

How to help Israel at such a dark time.

Terror in Eilat

Under the authority of Hamas, using the tactics of Al-Qaeda.

Aish.com's 2011 User Survey

Help Aish.com educate and inspire you. Take our quick survey.

Angel of Flatbush

Michal Schick and her empire of kindness.

Understanding UN Bias Against Israel

The UN incessantly condemns Israel while neglecting to challenge oppressive regimes around the world.

Cries of a Jewish Woman

Her wailing captured the cries of a nation and delivered a message of hope.

Editors' Blog: My Tisha B'Av Fantasy

Imagine taking Ahmadinejad to the Third Temple that just descended on Jerusalem.

To Be Holy in Our Land

After returning to Israel, why continue to mourn the destruction of the Temple?

If Only

On Tisha B'Av I can feel the weight of thousands of years of “if onlys.”

The Denial of Muslim Antisemitism

Amongst scholars, there is deep resistance to open analysis of hostility to Jews when it comes from Muslims and Arabs.

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