The terrorist's power is psychological. What will happen to the Western world when its bubble of security and control is pricked?
The Jewish people know what it's like to endure vicious attacks. And we can learn how to avoid them, too.
Jeremy Glick joins a line of courageous Jewish heroes.
When Palestinians celebrate terror attacks, the media is strong-armed into suppressing its coverage. Here's why.
While President Bush prepares America for war against the forces of evil, with the advent of Yom Kippur Jews are preparing for an additional war against an implacable foe.
Terrorists aim to destroy the survivors as well by instilling a sense of paralyzing fear. We must not let them win the war against our nerves.
By means of the disgraceful conference in Durban, history has given us, the Jews, a sign. And we had better learn how to decipher it.
The usual array of pro-Israel activities just doesn't seem to cut it anymore. Here's something that everyone can do to directly affect the situation.
Terrorist bombs kill innocent people. They also leave wounds for life.
Join the campaign that is employing unconditional love as a powerful weapon against baseless hatred.
Whether you're thousands of miles away, or living right in Jerusalem, you can help make a difference in these difficult times.
For millennia, Jews have eagerly anticipated the arrival of Moshiach. Today we need him more than ever.
Internet, 21st century, global economy. It's a new generation of young people. What vision is the Jewish community offering them?
"Jews for Jesus" enlist the Holocaust in a grotesque attempt to snare Jews.
The Chief Rabbi of the British Commonwealth spells out his view on the issue of Jewish continuity and how to achieve it.
A simple Holocaust story of great sacrifice for a fellow Jew. Be sure to read through to the punchline.
Borrowing valuable items, from complete strangers, for free? Sounds too good to be true. But it's happening today in Jerusalem.
We avoid pictures from the Holocaust because we don't want to cry. But only tears open all the gates of heaven.
Birthright is changing the way young Jews look at themselves, their religion, and how they want to live.
The Jewish people always had a communication network stretching across the globe with a compatible language.
Jews who are lonely and know least about Judaism are the most susceptible to Christian missionaries. That's why college kids and the elderly are their prime targets.
The razor-close U.S. elections prove that no act, however small, goes unnoticed in the grand eternal plan.
There's more going on than just gardening when working the land of Israel. My harvest this year included some very unexpected fruits...
Having failed in the past, some fundamentalist Christians are armed with a new arsenal of deceptive techniques to convert Jews.
Waiting for the birth of a first nephew is supposed to be a time of great happiness. For this aunt the wait is carving out a loss that will echo throughout a lifetime.
A unique Israeli hospital, founded on Jewish principles of kindness, has earned a reputation for the finest in patient care.
The renewal of the Jewish Nation in our time gives us an unprecedented chance for unity.
In his new book, Herman Wouk tackles the toughest issues of the modern Jewish world. His conclusions in this excerpt may astound you.
Along the way to the modern world, what has happened to the Jewish People's collective sense of memory?
National strength isn't defined by military might alone. It's also based on unity, mutual respect, and a clear sense of purpose.
Israel Independence Day is the time to ask: Where have we been, and where are we heading?
Not much is known about Belzec, where as many as one million Jews perished. No one survived to tell.
Wearing a yarmulke is no easy decision. It signifies to the world – and to its wearer – that it sits on top of a committed Jew.
Thirteen Jews held captive in Iran are threatened with capital punishment for spying.