Not Your Typical Kosher Restaurant

Jeff Aeder, the owner of Chicago’s hottest kosher restaurant, donates all the profits to charity.

Lauren’s Light

Honoring a vivacious life tragically cut short.

Saving Raphael Elisha

Sign this petition and help save a 6-year-old Jewish boy.

Mandela’s Complex Jewish Ties

South African leader's long relationship with community veered between supportive and hostile.

Pew & Jews Marrying Jews

According to the recent Pew study, 53% of Jews who recently married another Jew are orthodox.

Thanksgivukkah & American Jews Colossal Blunder

Has Hanukkah in America become a testament to assimilation?

The Knockout Game

A number of Jews have been victims of this frightening new trend.

Kidney to Spare?

Do we need to experience pain ourselves before we can really understand the pain of others?

Reversing Pew

I served shrimp at my wedding and enjoyed Saturdays at the mall. I didn’t know any better. But I do now.

Swastikas in New York

Jewish students face ongoing anti-Semitism and no one is doing anything about it.

Curing Jewish Ignorance

Too many Jews are turning their back on something they don’t even know. I was one of them.

Alzheimer's Rosh Hashanah Lesson

The most important lesson I learned from Sholom still sends me shivers, nearly three decades since his passing.

Partly Jewish?

Most children raised in interfaith families lack the tools and knowledge to make informed choices.

An African Revolution

The transformational Shabbos Project fires the soul of a community.

Introducing Aish Webinars

Live, stimulating online seminars by top Aish authors and lecturers, in conjunction with Jewish Workshops.

Paul Reichmann: Millions of Lights

One of the greatest philanthropists of the century passes away.

The Rabbi & the Delinquent

A true story about the power of love.

Are Jews Brainwashed?

At the Bronx Youth Poetry Slam, a young Jew defends his beliefs.

The Real Jewish Day School Crisis

The American Jewish day school system has failed in epic proportions.

Why Bother Being Jewish?

Most Jews lack basic Jewish literacy. You can’t abandon what you never had in the first place.

Rabbi Ovadia Yosef: Torah’s Commander-in-Chief

The Jewish world mourns the loss of one of the greatest Torah leaders of the generation.

JconnecT

Hebrew school for the 21st century.

The Vanishing American Jew?

The recent Pew Report on Jewish identity is a wake-up call for all of us.

Staying Jewish at Penn State

Did I do enough? Reflections of a mother of a college freshman.

The Often Invisible Non-Jews

Acknowledging the gentiles who keep our synagogues running.

Putin and the Torah

Rejoicing with the Torah because it is an exceptional book that has made us exceptional.

Under the Nose of the Inquisition

In 1603, imprisoned for secretly practicing Judaism, Sebastian Rodriguez built a sukkah.

5 Ways to Get the Most out of Hebrew School

Hebrew school is not like taking your shirts to the dry cleaners.

Attorney for Israel

Baruch Cohen knows the art of the fight.

The Problem with Jewish Education

Too many schools are teaching Judaism under a cloak of secularism.

Over the Top Bar Mitzvah Videos

What can we expect when so many Jews are denying their kids a serious Jewish education.

What to Do about Intermarriage

Welcoming interfaith families is not enough. We need to help them transform themselves through Jewish life.

Israelis in the Ukraine

After centuries of anti-Semitism, Israel’s national soccer team shows the locals what it means to be a mensch.

I Have a Dream

Where is our dream today?

The Sandy Koufax Choice

Finding the courage to make the right decisions.

Al Qaeda Threat & Elul

When danger is everywhere, listen to the siren of the shofar.

Trancoso's Hidden Jews

More than five centuries after Portugal's Jews were compelled to convert to Catholicism, the Torah has finally returned to Trancoso.

Poland: Jews Aren't Welcome

Nearly seven decades since the end of World War II, Poland is once again turning on its Jews.

A Different Sorrow

Mourning for the wholesome world I once grew up in.

Gentle Warrior

Harvey Hecker built Aish with absolute honesty and integrity.

The Perfect Partner

Harvey Hecker flew to Jerusalem to find out what Aish is all about. He never looked back.

Harvey Hecker, Humble Giant

Mourning the passing of the first President of Aish International.

The Funeral Director

When the unbearable becomes the norm.

Hollywood and the Holocaust

A controversial new book reveals new evidence of Jewish movie moguls’ collaboration with Nazis.

Love is a Choice

How to stop treating your fellow Jews as the enemy.

Remembering Rabbi Yaakov Weinberg

Appreciating his greatness on the occasion of his yartzeit.

Giving Till 113

What drove Evelyn Kozak, the oldest Jew in the world, to help so many others?

Why Pursue Justice against Aging Nazis?

Efraim Zuroff wants the world to know that injustice won't be tolerated.

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