When an Arab terrorist tried to kill Yael Mitzafon, she had three choices: fight, flight or freeze. She fought.
Israel displays leadership in innovative agricultural technologies.
The tragic yet inspiring story of the 35 heroes of Gush Etzion.
Answering the perplexing question: Why we moved to Israel.
I worked 20 hours a day as a soldier in the IDF, providing goods and services to civilians in Gaza.
It’s rolling out from Israel and ready to conquer the world.
An Israel trip for college students that shows the Israeli hi-tech start-up culture – up close and personal.
I will never forget that moment of eerie silence – the silence of those who were dead in every seat around me.
Fortunately they were able to painstakingly put the pieces of their lives back together.
Israel isn’t perfect, but it’s working hard to implement the Jewish ideal of repairing the world.
Modern Israeli inventions are giving handicapped people new hope.
Somehow we always know how to seek Jerusalem, whether it's by Babylon's rivers or the Hudson.
The Jewish state ranked 14th on global Happiness Report. What’s its secret?
Is Israel as terrible as the media makes it seem? I moved to Tel Aviv for two months to find out.
An open letter to Eva Sandler who lost her husband and two sons in the Toulouse terrorist attack.
It was clear to the soldiers why they fight. It was also clear why they’d prefer not to have to.
Israel was reconstituted as a safe haven for the Jewish people – and with God’s help, so it will be.
Your gravestone is covered with hundreds of rocks, each one carrying a message of love.
Moving to Israel forces us to confront a new reality: our sons in uniform.
U.S. Ambassador to Israel visits Hareidi educational and community service institutions.
2011 was a busy year. Here are some less-reported stories from the Holy Land.
Our young country, built from the ashes of the Holocaust, does not turn its back on humanity.
Memories of Holocaust refugees, but with a different ending.
A glimpse of life in Israel you don’t get to hear in the mainstream media.
After returning to Israel, why continue to mourn the destruction of the Temple?
The moving story of a young soldier who saved the life of a little boy.
I never connected to Shabbat. Until I experienced my first one in Israel.
My walk through Mea Shearim challenged me to reconsider how I dress.
My negative Jewish experiences as a child were preventing me from taking a fresh look at Judaism.
From 1946 - 1949, Jews from around the world volunteered to help build and defend the State of Israel.