Living Under Fire in Southern Israel

We moved here to build a good life and we are here to stay.

Making Israel Proud in Abu Dhabi

An Aish.com exclusive interview with Israel’s gold-winning Judoku champion, Sagi Muki.

Come Home: A Breathtaking Music Video about Israel

After 2000 years of exile we are finally back home in our land. It’s time to come home.

Breaking My Silence: An Arab Christian Speaks Out

As an Israeli Arab and IDF solider, I served together with other Israelis: Jews of all backgrounds, Druze and Bedouin. We were all equal.

Remembering Ari Fuld: Miracle In Lebanon

When God performs miracles for us, what should we do in return?

Doron Almog: Israeli Hero Championing Special Needs Children

The retired military general and decorated Israeli soldier views his most courageous mission as transforming the stigma of disabled children in Israel.

Male Bonding in Israel

90 Jewish men from around the world who made their way through Israel on a personal journey for meaning and significance.

In a Bomb Shelter in Southern Israel

What it’s like to be awakened by a 'Code Red' siren alerting you to the incoming Palestinian missile.

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.

The Heroes of Outpost 107

During the Yom Kippur War, 19 Israeli soldiers fought for 100 hours against overpowering Syrian forces and survived.

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.

Breathtaking Photos of Jerusalem

In celebration of Jerusalem Day, enjoy these 24 beautiful images from Noam Chen.

Alibaba Loves Israel

Jack Ma, China's most successful entrepreneur, kvells over the Jewish state.

Every Jew Should Live in Israel for at Least a Year

Religious or not, living in Israel for an extended period is pivotal in forging a connection with the land, the people and Jewish history.

From Passaic to the Promised Land: 7 Surprises about Living in Israel

There is no other land in the world we would want to call home.

Honoring Israel’s Fallen

My act of kindness is the least I can do to say thank you.

The Fastest Woman in Israel is an Orthodox Mother of Five

Beatie Deutsch hits the winner's stand in the 2018 Jerusalem Marathon.

Terror and Faith in Har Nof: A Review and Excerpt

After 11 months in a coma, Chaim Rotman succumbed to his wounds sustained in the horrific terror attack that killed 4 other worshippers and a policeman.

Saving Lives through Israeli Innovation

Eli Beer of United Hatzalah has transformed emergency medical care.

After the Har Nof Massacre, a Family Copes

Author Risa Rotman on mothering their children since the Har Nof Massacre.

My Son’s First Shiva Visit

Seeing his teacher mourn for her murdered brother chipped away at my boy’s innocence, but it also carved open a window.

Am I the Enemy?

Mark Halawa grew up as a Muslim in Kuwait. During a conversation with a rabbi he discovered he was a Jew.

God is with the Mothers

My incredible experience on the top of Masada.

One Million Children in Israel Go to Bed Hungry

Poverty in Israel is the highest rate in the developed world.

At 104, Rabbi Shteinman Died Too Young

His love for fellow Jews was at the core of his beliefs.

Gilad’s Precious Diary

Bat-Galim Shaer recalls her son’s murder and message to the Jewish people.

Broken: My Encounter at the Western Wall

Would the stones of the Kotel touch my guarded heart?

The Israeli Bus Driver’s Plea

He asked me to pray for his brother whose skull was smashed in a terror attack that left him comatose.

A Letter to My Son, a Lone Israeli Soldier

One mother’s heartfelt letter to her son who is serving in the Israeli army.

Israel from the Air

A short, beautiful video of Northern Israel like you’ve never seen before.

Giving Back to Our Israeli Soldiers

Aharon Gross is expressing his gratitude by cooking meals for thousands of soldiers across the country.

My Son Jumped from a Plane and It Wasn’t for Fun

An Israeli mother dreams of peace and a carefree youth for her son.

Joined by Tragedy: The Fogel and Salomon Families

The author’s son Udi, daughter-in-law Ruth and three of his grandchildren were murdered by terrorists in Itamar in March 2011.

The Shabbat Massacre

Yosef, Chaya, and Elad Salomon lived for their spiritual heritage. Shabbat night they died for it.

A Lone Israeli Soldier Finds a Family

Through a series of coincidences, Ari Abramowitz became a beloved member of the Novick family.

Jewish Nurse Breastfeeds Arab Baby

The baby’s mother was injured in a car accident that killed his father.

My Journal during The Six Day War

The dramatic journal of an American family in Israel during the Six Day War.

Israeli Air Force Commander’s Most Amazing Story

Bringing his father, a Hungarian survivor of the Holocaust, to dinner with President Peres and the president of Hungary.

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