A Time to Fight

When an Arab terrorist tried to kill Yael Mitzafon, she had three choices: fight, flight or freeze. She fought.

Israel Feeds the World

Israel displays leadership in innovative agricultural technologies.

A Bravery Fiercer than Death

The tragic yet inspiring story of the 35 heroes of Gush Etzion.

What I Saw During Pillar of Defense

I worked 20 hours a day as a soldier in the IDF, providing goods and services to civilians in Gaza.

Our Family’s Aliyah: A Video Diary

Answering the perplexing question: Why we moved to Israel.

Mobilizing Jews

Heroism, leadership and kinship during Israel's "mini-war."

Lori Live in Israel Now

AUDIO: 100 courageous women fly to Israel in solidarity.

Gaza: The Spiritual Response

How you can join the battle.

Israel's Cardboard Wheelchair

It’s rolling out from Israel and ready to conquer the world.

Gaza Escalation

What other country would tolerate this?

Rocket Attacks in Israel

My country is under attack. Do you care?

The Iranian Cloud

Celebrating Sukkot on the brink of a nuclear Iran.

Where the Impossible Happens

Building Israel, from the first grade up.

Bizrael Student Experience

An Israel trip for college students that shows the Israeli hi-tech start-up culture – up close and personal.

The Gift of a Second Chance

I will never forget that moment of eerie silence – the silence of those who were dead in every seat around me.

My Gush Katif Family: Seven Years Later

Fortunately they were able to painstakingly put the pieces of their lives back together.

Helping Victims of Terror

Liora Tedgi’s bargain with God.

Encountering Terror

If I turn my back on Israel, I am the one defeated.

Small Nation, Big Difference

Israel isn’t perfect, but it’s working hard to implement the Jewish ideal of repairing the world.

Amazing Israeli Medical Breakthroughs

Modern Israeli inventions are giving handicapped people new hope.

Jerusalem : Compass of the Diaspora Jew

Somehow we always know how to seek Jerusalem, whether it's by Babylon's rivers or the Hudson.

Israel Revisited

Is Israel as terrible as the media makes it seem? I moved to Tel Aviv for two months to find out.

Israel in Timelapse

A unique tour of Israeli landscapes.

Why is Israel So Happy?

The Jewish state ranked 14th on global Happiness Report. What’s its secret?

Celebrate Life

An open letter to Eva Sandler who lost her husband and two sons in the Toulouse terrorist attack.

Why We Fight

It was clear to the soldiers why they fight. It was also clear why they’d prefer not to have to.

Not Without a Fight

Israel was reconstituted as a safe haven for the Jewish people – and with God’s help, so it will be.

Diamonds and Other Rocks of Love

Your gravestone is covered with hundreds of rocks, each one carrying a message of love.

Inspiration in Jerusalem

When my mother suddenly died, I needed some answers.

A Second Chance for Aliyah

One family turns back the clock.

Israel: Saving Lives

IDF aid missions save thousands around the world.

Our Soldiers, Our Sons

Moving to Israel forces us to confront a new reality: our sons in uniform.

A Friend in Need

Ugandan pastor, victim of Islamist attack, treated in Israel.

US Ambassador at Mir Yeshiva

U.S. Ambassador to Israel visits Hareidi educational and community service institutions.

Israel Snapshot

Beautiful photos from the Land of Israel.

2011 News from Israel You May Have Missed

2011 was a busy year. Here are some less-reported stories from the Holy Land.

Heart to Heart

How do you repay the cost of your life?

A Letter from an Israeli Reserve Soldier

Our young country, built from the ashes of the Holocaust, does not turn its back on humanity.

Vietnamese Boat People in the Promised Land

Memories of Holocaust refugees, but with a different ending.

The Sole of Our Nation

Why I love living in the land of Israel.

Cinderella & the Israeli Soldier

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

Standing with Israel Today

How to help Israel at such a dark time.

To Be Holy in Our Land

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

My Israel Summer Blog, #3: My First Shabbat

I never connected to Shabbat. Until I experienced my first one in Israel.

Avichai's Story

The moving story of a young soldier who saved the life of a little boy.

My Israel Summer Blog, #2: Night on the Town

My walk through Mea Shearim challenged me to reconsider how I dress.

My Israel Summer Blog, #1: Confronting My Hatred of Religious Jews

My negative Jewish experiences as a child were preventing me from taking a fresh look at Judaism.

The Israeli Heart

Why I stand with Israel.

The Volunteers: Answering the Call of History

From 1946 - 1949, Jews from around the world volunteered to help build and defend the State of Israel.

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