Hallel’s funeral coincided with the bat mitzvah celebration of our daughter, Hallel. We had to do something.
Why does it take tragedy to realize that what unites us is so much greater than that which divides us?
Don't let the media minimize her horrific death. Imagine if God forbid it was your child brutally killed.
Mekonen, an Ethiopian Jew, reminds us that Jewish values and Israel are worth fighting for, no matter the sacrifice.
My top seven gifts I’ve received from my beloved homeland.
Before Jerusalem’s reunification, there were defiant carvings on a prison wall.
In this must-see video Shellie Grafstein tells the dramatic story of how her house went up in flames and all the miracles that saved their lives.
Welcome to Unit 9900 where special soldiers provide extra security for the IDF.
I took our Birthright group to Mt. Herzl, Israel’s national military cemetery. Little did we know what was awaiting us.
Despite the unimaginable pain of losing two sons, Miriam Peretz makes the daily choice to embrace life.
Liel was 20 years old when he was killed in a firefight with terrorists who emerged from a tunnel in Gaza.
Critically wounded by Hezbollah terrorists, Asael Lubotzky dramatically transforms from victim to healer.
We have several names because we have several identities. The Western Wall is no different.
Israel is only one call away. Watch this incredibly inspiring video.
Incredible video how an independent art project is changing the face of Jerusalem.
The war veteran served in Iraq and Afghanistan. His murder was celebrated in the Arab press.
Since September there have been 307 attacks or attempted attacks in 170 days, in which 33 people have been killed and 360 injured.
Watch this video to find out.
Time to start loving and stop hating.
Murdered by an Arab terrorist in front of three of her children, her family says goodbye to a special soul.
Right in front of me, two Arabs stabbed a rabbi in cold blood.
The chart-topping superstar sang some Jewish music for a group of visiting college students.
Seven surprising lessons.
Where the heart of the Jewish people lies, nothing is mundane.
Hanukkah reminds us that we have the power to repel the darkness with light.
Especially now, during such trying times, my mother wants to make the statement: I am with you.
A beloved educator and a beloved student were murdered last week by an Arab terrorist.
My short video showed a united nation standing strong, together.
Israelis respond to grief and pain by actively working to make some little corner of their world a better place.
Her father and brother were murdered days before their wedding. Now Sarah Litman and her groom Ariel have invited everyone to their wedding.
The riveting recollections of the Shin Bet handler who worked for ten years with Israel’s super-mole, Mosab Hassan Yousef.
One year ago Dalia Lemkus was murdered. It’s important to remember as many victims as we can.
The belief that we can flee and find refuge elsewhere is an illusion.
Remembering Rabbi Chaim (Howie) Yechiel Rothman who succumbed to the wounds he sustained during the Har Nof Massacre.
The Jewish people’s alternative to despair.
Tensions on the street spill into Hadassah Medical Center where Jews and Arabs receive the same care.
During this slew of stabbings, barbaric person-to-person attacks, I’m waiting to exhale.
In trying to save a life, Rabbi Nehemia Lavi paid with his life.
Heading the ICU, Prof. Sorkin treated PM Menachem Begin, was with PM Yitzhak Rabin on the day of his assassination, and cried with victims of terror.
Giving meaning to memory on the yahrzeit of the horrific tragedy.