The "PETA Principle," the moral equating of animals and humans, is an affront to the very essence of Jewish belief.
Meeting the King of Morocco opened up new vistas in my understanding of God.
New research shows that Harvard, like other elite institutions, was largely unmoved by the early horrors of the Hitler regime.
Suddenly I froze. Before me stood Ana, our Jewish Kapo, an image that I had tried with all my might to erase from my memory.
A proud Israeli Bedouin questions American-Jewish apathy.
On that Yom Kippur the community wept, as they confronted the plight of Jewish children forced to serve in the Russian army.
Reclaiming the source of inspiration for our Israeli soldiers and ourselves.
With some basic knowledge of the dimensions of the Middle East conflict, any student can speak out on campus.
A special wedding in Jerusalem, arranged with heavenly assistance.
Has the UN arrived at a turning point? Or was Monday's conference merely a fig leaf -- a PR response to some bad press?
Is the U.N. finally ready to get serious about anti-Semitism?
An arson attack on Aish UK should spur us to stand up for Jewish education.
I never understood exactly how a person could love all of his fellow Jews until I started wearing my kippah all the time.
What the murderers of Nick Berg and Daniel Pearl knew.
Virulent anti-Semitic campaigns are underway -- not only in the Middle East, but in Europe and America, too.
Here's one very concrete way you can help: It's time for Jews around the world to "Buy Israel."
There's only one exception when it comes to world politics.
It's high time to fess up and tell the world the truth: We Jews do run the world!
How to preserve your sanity and reach the ultimate purpose of life.
Some Jews fought the Nazis with guns and sabotage; others fought by persisting in Jewish life.
An ambush in Iraq leaves his leg shattered. What he learned about God, life and the army.
For 2,000 years Jews have rejected the Christian idea of Jesus as messiah. Why?
European Jewry is slowly but surely disappearing before our eyes, melting away through a combination of ignorance, assimilation and intermarriage.
Differentiating legitimate criticism of Israel from the so-called new anti-Semitism.
Israel and the Jewish people have been singled out for discriminatory treatment in the international arena -- and worst of all -- singled out for destruction.
Learning what loving others is all about.
"The problem is not that Jewish students lack the facts, it's that they don't care about them in the first place."
A moving tribute to Mr. Joe Berman, a great Jewish leader, philanthropist, husband and father.
Students themselves are by far the most effective representatives to communicate Israel's message on campus.
A profile of Hollywood mogul Merv Adelson and his new pro-Israel project, Access Middle East.
Anti-Semitism, far from being a product of the Mideast conflict, is increasingly a cause of it.
The word "Palestine" is mentioned and a feminist conference turns ugly.
First-person account of the devastating synagogue bombings in Turkey.
If the world hates the Jews, here's what can be done to respond.
The future of leadership of American Jewry is on a university campus. And what I saw there is truly frightening.
In South Africa, I did not want to be caught in the crossfire of somebody else's war. If I had to fight, I wanted the war to be my own.
For 3,500 years, Jews have been telling their children and the rest of the world the most revolutionary message in human history.
Because one young person refused to back away from a fight, the plug has been pulled on a leading purveyor of hatred. Now what about Harvard?
A lawsuit is being filed against the Jewish people for recovery of property stolen during their exodus from Egypt. The Talmud tells of precisely such a claim lodged over 2000 years ago.
A true story about what one Jewish kid learned from the teenage wizard.
How is it possible to mourn something that happened 2000 years ago?