The Last Jew of Peki’in

Peki'in has had a Jewish presence since the Second Temple period, until Arab riots in the 1930s. Meet the remaining member of the Zinatis, the only family who returned.

Israeli Supreme Court Justice’s Compassionate Remarks to Sexual-Assault Victim

There is no reason for you to assume a pinch—not even an ounce—of guilt or shame.

Art of Revelation: From Destruction to Creation

After a tragic fire, Yoram Raanan, a renowned Israeli painter, brings Torah to life through his magnificent works of art on the weekly Torah portion.

Seven Reasons to Visit Israel

Why you and your family should visit the Jewish state as soon as possible.

Seeing the Light unto the Nations

Taking note of the recent praise three presidents and one businessman recently gave to Israel.

World Peace Will Begin in the NICU

In this very vulnerable place, I began to recognize the humanity of our Arab enemy.

I Was at the Gaza Border, We Did All We Could to Avoid Killing

What I saw and heard was a supreme effort from our side to prevent, in every possible way, Palestinian deaths and injuries.

Israeli Pride: Winning the Eurovision this Momentous Week

Netta Barzilai wins the Eurovision, the week of Jerusalem Day and the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem.

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