I Am a Forgotten Jew

In honor of Jewish refugees from Arab lands.

Fire: Prepare to Evacuate

In Mevo Horon, evacuation during Shabbat appeared imminent.

Yoram Raanan’s Art Studio Destroyed in the Fire

2000 original works of art by the incredibly talented painter went up in smoke.

Fidel Castro and the Jews

Some surprising numbers related to Fidel Castro’s relationship with Israel and Jews.

Fostering 187 Children

Shmuel and Yaffa Shecter, Holocaust survivors who moved to Israel, opened their home to anyone in need.

Israel On Fire: Where's the Coverage?

A country burns, yet coverage in the mainstream media is nearly non-existent.

Ruth Gruber: Indomitable Jewish Activist and Legendary Journalist

Ruth Gruber, the journalist, author and activist, has died at the age of 105.

Erasing Golda Meir

Standing up to anti-Israel sentiment on campus and around the globe makes a real difference.

Shabbat Can Do That

The Shabbat Project brought together a million Jews from all walks of life.

Norman Finkelstein Loses It

The anti-Israel professor stormed off the air during a debate, calling the moderator “a certified moron”

Are You Insane? Three Answers to Commonly Asked Questions about Moving to Israel

Most people thought we were out of minds to move to Israel. Here’s why they’re wrong.

CNN’s Double Standard Against Israel

An American led coalition is fighting ISIS in its Iraqi stronghold of Mosul. This is similar to Israel's battles against the terror group Hamas. Why does CNN report on Israel so differently?

A Letter to the Western Wall

Thank you for inspiring me, for comforting me, for unifying our people.

Islam Itself Recognizes the Jewish History of Jerusalem

Ten centuries of Islamic sources confirm Jewish ties to the Temple Mount.

Jews and Japan: 7 Interesting Facts

Seven fascinating facts about Jewish links with the Land of the Rising Sun.

Are Jews More Creative than Asians?

Why is a Jew 625 times more likely to win a Nobel Prize than an Asian? It has nothing to do with IQ.

The Jewish People need Big Ideas

This coming Shabbat, join hundreds of thousands of Jews around the world in fighting apathy and divisiveness.

The Cubs Win the World Series & the Coming of the Messiah

Cubs fans waited 108 years to experience this elation. Jews have been waiting 5777 years.

Writing Jews Out of their Own History

Palestinian hostility to the Jewish homeland is so pathological they perpetrate the most ludicrous lies.

A True Jewish Baseball Hero

Meet the most inspiring player of this World Series season.

Can a Desert Nation Solve the World's Water Shortage?

We are facing a global water shortage. But one tiny country, in the middle of a desert, has found remarkable solutions.

A Special Bus Ride to Jerusalem

A true story about a cranky mob, a kind bus driver and how to transform misery into blessing.

Breaking Down Barriers

A revealing video about how Israel treats Palestinians.

Give Peace a Chance

Amazing true story about what happens when we make peace our top priority.

UNESCO’s Historical Revisionism

It is pointless to argue with those who happily pervert reality in the service of their profoundly held prejudices.

Understanding Anti-Semitism Today

In any given period of history, anti-Semitism is justified by culture’s highest source of authority. Today that is human rights.

A Lebanese Soldier Joins the Jewish People

From an early age, I asked God, “Why was I created a Muslim?”

Small Town, Big Moment: A Yom Kippur Story

I was named after my great grandfather. Now I know why.

Infiltrators

Like a shofar, the alarm pierced the air, warning us of a security breech in our Israeli community.

Yom Kippur: The Secret to Forgiveness

The key to letting go of the hurt and truly forgive.

China’s Crackdown on the Jewish Community of Kaifeng

The descendants of China's miniscule Jewish community face persecution today.

Alan Dershowitz's Top 3 Tips for Pro-Israel Students

Always respond, favor free speech, demand equality.

Shimon Peres: The Face of Israel

Remembering the indefatigable Jewish leader whose life embodied the saga of the Jewish state.

Rosh Hashanah: Anything Is Possible

Open yourself up to your vast potential because on Rosh Hashanah everything is open.

Rosh Hashanah: Breaking the Walls

This the time of the year to reach out to that neighbor, co-worker or relative, regardless of our differences.

Jewish Students have Religious Rights Too

A memo to Jewish students: know your rights and protect yourself from discrimination.

In Safe Spaces on Campus, No Jews Allowed

College students have risen up to fight racism on campuses. But it is often those very same students who subject Jewish students to anti-Semitism.

A Survivor of Iraqi Horror

Elisha Cohen’s family was the victim of unimaginable terror under Saddam Hussein. But he survived to tell the world.

Oldest Man Alive to Celebrate his Bar Mitzvah

Yisrael Kristal is turning 113 years old. Mazel tov!

Temple Mount Denial

Archeologists recently confirmed that over 100 marble fragments came from elaborate decorations that King Herod used to redecorate the Temple in 20CE.

8 Little-Known Facts about Jewish Pirates

Some Jews turned to piracy as a way to fight against Spain and Portugal, the hosts of the brutal Inquisition.

Anti-Israel Bias in Academia on Campus

Academics are increasingly calling for the end of the Jewish state with impunity.

Steven Hill’s Chosen Mission

The actor, who recently passed away, heard that voice that said to him: “This is your mission, should you choose to accept it...”

Aish.com Mission to Israel

Join me for a once in a lifetime trip.

Non-Jews Fighting Anti-Semitism on Campus

Milan Chatterjee, former student president of UCLA, is the most recent non-Jew leaving his school due to anti-Semitism. There are others.

Missing My Mother, Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis

To the world she was a survivor and trailblazing visionary. To me and my siblings she was our mother who was always there for us.

The Heartfelt Request from a Killed Israeli Soldier

Erez Deri came to his mother in a dream. A group of American high school students make his dream come true.

Rebbetzin Jungreis and My Greatness Meter

As the Jewish world mourns her death, I'll never forget my encounter with this truly great woman.

30 Strangers at a Funeral

A group of Jews perform the ultimate kindness for a woman who was going to have no mourners at her funeral.

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