Why I will never forget David Chatuel.
Not every Jew in Israel will be reclining in freedom and security the coming Passover.
How many lives can one man change?
The faces and lives and potential of those prematurely cut down.
As a mother of a soldier in the Israel Defense Forces, I pride myself on being pretty calm. But all that changed this past summer.
There is no place like home. But where is home?
On the Wailing Wall, Qassam rockets and hummus (or why everything you think you know about Israel -- if you haven't visited Israel -- is likely wrong).
Moses wasn't the only Jew who had a tough time entering the Promised Land.
Two Nobel Prize laureates are pessimistic about Israel's future.
What kind of damage would you expect from 3,870 missiles?
Hundreds of orphans and rejected children find hope in an Israeli youth village.
My long road from angry to hopeful.
Thoughts from a bereaved Israeli mother.
The current crisis faced by Israel is the result of a crumbling Jewish identity.
I have been asked many times by other parents since my daughter's murder by Palestinian Islamic Jihad whether they should let their children travel to Israel.
It's true, Israel's not perfect. But what do I need perfect for when I've found home?
Benji Hillman gave his life defending the People of Israel, leaving behind his wife he married only three weeks earlier.
With so many of our synagogue's sons and daughters in the thick of the fight, this war is our war.
How aiding war refugees can help protect the Jewish nation.
Friends of Michael Levin, 22, mourn his death and remember his inspiring life..
A father should not say Kaddish for his son; a brother and sister should not have to bid a last goodbye to their 19-year-old brother.
Israel's ancient, powerful weapon: our children who wrap themselves in sensitivity to the suffering of others.
Four firsthand accounts from civilians under attack in Safed.
Shabbat in Israel along the Lebanese border
Eliyahu Asheri was in fact dead. So why not change the notice?
The 17th of Tammuz is a day of distortion, of confusion, of fear. The looming specter of war makes this very clear.
What's an American teenager like me doing signing up to the Israel army?
When I'll hear the thunderous claps of fireworks, the sound of bombs exploding in Jerusalem will immediately come to my ears.
My dream of moving to Israel is having a profound effect on how I live now.
Two years in the Holy Land changed my life.
Amidst unemployment, poverty and uncertainty, the displaced residents of Gush Katif are somehow trying to rebuild their lives.
On a trip to Israel, a Muslim journalist sees firsthand a litany of lies.
When he receives his Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences this week, Prof. Robert Aumann will talk about bringing world peace.
My night of despair and tragedy, and their only antidote.
A young Jewish man is stabbed in Jerusalem's Old City and dies in my arms.
What do Jews do when the longed-for miracle does not occur?