Har Nof Rabbi Dies of Wounds

Remembering Rabbi Chaim (Howie) Yechiel Rothman who succumbed to the wounds he sustained during the Har Nof Massacre.

Dear Innocent Arab

A plea from one Jewish mother in Jerusalem.

The Solution to Israel’s Wave of Terror

The Jewish people’s alternative to despair.

Victims and Terrorists under the Same Roof

Tensions on the street spill into Hadassah Medical Center where Jews and Arabs receive the same care.

Too Close to Home

During this slew of stabbings, barbaric person-to-person attacks, I’m waiting to exhale.

Irreplaceable

The heart of the entire Jewish people is broken.

The Murder of a Hero

In trying to save a life, Rabbi Nehemia Lavi paid with his life.

Intensive Care

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.

Remembering the Sbarro Bombing

Giving meaning to memory on the yahrzeit of the horrific tragedy.

Israel’s Water Technology Going Global

The country that made the desert bloom is sharing its know-how with developing nations.

Condemning the Violence

Israeli society is repulsed and outraged at the latest violence allegedly perpetrated by Jews.

On the Scene of a Terror Attack

The harder the enemy hits, the stronger we will get.

My Western Wall Story

At the only place I felt true peace, a small miracle happened.

A Torah for Max Steinberg

The dedication of a new Torah scroll in memory of lone soldier Max Steinberg was held at Aish HaTorah.

Raid on Entebbe

The most daring hostage rescue in Israel’s history told like never before.

Israeli Biogas Fuel

An Israeli home device turns trash into biogas fuel.

Why I Tour The U.S. As An Israeli Soldier

We love Israel and know best the moral dilemmas we faced.

The Woman behind the President

Trailblazer Rivka Ravitz is the Israeli president’s Chief of Staff and mother of 11 children.

The Professor and the Baby

A photo of an Israeli professor holding a student’s baby goes viral.

The Ethiopian Israeli Paratrooper

Mekonen immigrated to Israel from Ethiopia 12 hours after losing his father in tragic circumstances. He overcame his personal challenges to excel in his unit.

So Many Reasons to Love Israel!

This Israel Independence day discover what thousands of immigrants love about living in Israel.

In the Cockpit above Gaza

An Israeli Air Force pilot examines his mission. An Aish.com exclusive.

A Tale of Two Heroes

Personal glimpses of young men who gave their all for Israel.

Remembering Our Fallen Soldiers

The Gaza war means a particularly sobering Yom Hazikaron for Israel this year.

Sharing the Load

In Israel, the feeling of being part of a Jewish family is overwhelming.

American Hero Going to Israel

After losing his legs in Afghanistan, Brian Mast is still fighting for his country. And now he’s about to fight for Israel.

Living on Anne Frank Street

My summer in Israel, living in the jungle, during Operation Protective Edge.

Visiting Israel for One Day

Three reasons why everyone should grab the opportunity if they can.

Life and Death in Har Nof

An update from Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller.

At Home in Jerusalem

A shiva call reminds me why I live in Jerusalem, despite the fear.

Rabbi Aryeh Kupinsky: Big Man with a Big Heart

Fighting the terrorists in the Har Nof shul, he undoubtedly saved many people's lives.

Fighting for Life in Har Nof

When my grandson and son-in-law got caught in the line of fire.

Rabbi Moshe Twersky: Students Speak

Two Aish rabbis recollect studying with Rabbi Twersky.

(Not So) Ordinary Har Nof

Har Nof is unremarkable on the outside, but extraordinary from the inside.

Palestinian Red Line

Israel mourns the horrific terror at a Jerusalem synagogue.

Terror in the Synagogue

Gaining some perspective on an unfathomable tragedy.

Rejecting Despair in Har Nof

Today's attack will not deter my belief in the Almighty's promise.

Israel Mourns

With tensions rising, the country mourns the tragic murder of two young people in two separate incidents.

Car Terror

Terrorists are using their cars for death. Let’s go out of our way to use ours for life.

Killing a Dreamer

An Arab terrorist killed Karen Yemima Mosquera, a convert from Ecuador, but he could not kill all her dreams.

The Life Saving Paramedics of Operation Protective Edge

An inside look at the harrowing work of treating injured soldiers and saving as many lives as possible.

Three-Month-Old Baby’s Funeral

My thoughts and feelings after attending the heart-rending funeral of the baby brutally killed by an Arab terrorist.

Israeli Aid Fighting Ebola Spread

Israeli expertise is working to prevent the spread of the deadly virus in Africa.

Saving a Child’s Heart

Dr. Lior Sasson operates on children from Angola to Zanzibar who otherwise would not have the medical care they need.

Home: A Music Medley

The Maccabeats’ new music video about coming home to Israel.

Wounded Father on Gaza Border

Last week, during a birthday party for his 3-year-old son, a mortar landed just outside the kindergarten where they were celebrating.

A Soldier's Account from Gaza

Lieutenant Adam Landau on Hamas’ use of human shields.

David Gordon: Death of a Lone Soldier

A tribute to David Menachem Gordon through his own moving words.

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