Rabbi Uriel Malka, age 32, was working as a chaplain in the Prisons Service and died tragically in Israel's worst fire.
Participants from around the world fly to Israel to study and tour with Aish.com.
Eyewitness accounts of the November 1947 UN vote to partition Mandate Palestine into two states.
The situation seemed hopeless. We were sitting ducks inside a tin, rolling coffin.
Maj. (Res.) Dr. Yehuda David is on a lifetime mission to defend Israel and its soldiers.
Adviser to five Israeli leaders, Yehuda Avner shares his perspective on Israel and what it means to be a Jew.
The remarkable men who blew the shofar at the end of Yom Kippur at the Western Wall before the founding of the State of Israel.
Canada and Israel are tied for eighth place. Surprised? Don't be.
At the height of our professional careers, we gave it all up to start over again in Israel.
Ishmael Khaldi tells Aish.com what it's really like being a minority in Israel.
How seven million people surrounded by enemies created innovation magic.
My daughter discovered the oldest known writing in Jerusalem.
Israel stands for Peace.
A letter to Israel's Navy Seals who bear Jewish history’s burden on their shoulders.
Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister speaks about Jewish values, the Iranian threat, and evangelical Christians.
Sometimes there are no second chances.
Why this fourth-generation American moved to Israel and joined the Israel Defense Forces.
Miriam Peretz paid an enormous sacrifice – twice -- in defense of Israel.
No matter how Mrs. Clinton may scold, the Jewish people are rebuilding Jerusalem.
Nitsana Darshan-Leitner is the voice of the victims.
Medical clowns in Israeli hospitals are making a real difference.
David Sussman's brush with death changed his life
How divine providence connected my great grandfather, father, and daughter across generations and continents.
An Israeli soldier saves a five-year-old Arab girl's life.
Remembering the most crucial mission of Danny Kellman’s life.
In Israel, our willingness to take risks have grown.
It is unacceptable that the Jewish people are not mobilized on behalf of their fellow Jews.
Fifteen boys see beyond their ideological boxes and win the gold.
My grandfather started learning Torah when he was 80 years old.
Eighty years ago, an Arab mob went on a rampage and murdered 69 Jews.
By 'downgrading' the party, we're upgrading on the mitzvah.
Four years after the disengagement, many families are still without work.
Sometimes blessings come from the most unlikely source.
A group of Israeli backpackers volunteer in Himalayan village schools.
Maya Tamir, eight years old, playing with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Amazing!
Capturing the Western Wall, days before Shavuot 1967
61 years after Israel's birth as a nation, miracles continue to happen here.
Even as a young child, I understood that Mrs. H's tears belonged to all of us.
Israel is not always an easy place. But when it's good, it's really good.