It’s crazy, I know, but I often imagine another Holocaust is right around the corner.
Helping kids enjoy being Jewish during December – and all year round.
11 beautiful photos of shuls that were once home to thriving Jewish communities.
The Har Nof massacre has stripped away the veneer of security, leaving us feeling vulnerable.
A tribute to Charley Levine, the Israeli-Texan PR giant.
In the midst of the most horrific nightmare, these righteous women are reaching out to the Jewish world with a message of hope.
The remarkable story of Eliezer Nanas.
At one California college, anti-Semitism repeatedly rears its ugly head.
An exclusive interview with Mubin Shaikh, the mole who infiltrated the Toronto 18.
Don’t sweat the details and make sure you focus on the meaning of the day.
Tales from an unprecedented event that took the world by storm.
My sister was having second thoughts about her decision to be cremated.
Converts personify a Judaism that is fresh and exciting. Does that make us jealous?
The death of Leon Klinghoffer cannot be explained away.
As the sun dips below the horizon on October 24, an estimated one million people worldwide will be participating in this extraordinary initiative.
We have become enslaved to the very technology designed to liberate us.
Judaism's timely guidelines on preventing illicit sexual relationships.
Discover why she is part of the upcoming worldwide Shabbat Project.
Syrian Jewry’s illustrious past began thousands of years ago. Today some 50 Jews remain.
What better way to go into Yom Kippur than joining the world in keeping one complete Shabbat together.
From a Soviet labor camp to an ISIS prison, inspiring stories of people who clung to observing Yom Kippur, despite the odds.
What draws tens of thousands of Jews, night after night, to the midnight Selichot service?
Remembering one year since the tragedy. Rachelle Fraenkel's inspiring message to the Jewish people.
It is a disgrace that The New York Metropolitan Opera insists on performing this offensive, anti-Semitic work.
If you want God to treat you as His child, you must treat other people as your brothers and sisters.
How a community of Jews defied the Spanish Inquisition to listen to the Shofar.
Even though the Islamic terrorists tried to get people to convert, Steven did not.
How to free ourselves from the burden of isolation and anti-Semitism.
His death has not been declared a suicide, despite what you may have read on the Internet.
Welcome to the land of Jewish kilts and kosher haggis.
The murdered journalist clung to his Jewish identity in captivity.
An Arab yelled at me, my wife and our four kids: “I hope your children die! Just like you’re killing children in Gaza!”
The fashion faux pas is offensive, but save your indignation and focus on more critical issues.
Ensuring the physical and spiritual survival of the Jewish people today.
Nearly two thirds of British Jews are questioning their future in the United Kingdom.
The renowned historian on the rising anti-Semitism in Europe.
Let's do our part to help find our missing Jewish brother.
Jews are in denial about anti-Semitism.
The motivation for this crime is being investigated, but nothing can justify the killing of an innocent man walking to his place of worship.
Points of clarity uncovered by the war.
How did a terrorist organization sworn to Israel’s destruction, using human shields, firing rockets at populated areas become the good guys and Israel the bad?
In 2006 a young Parisian Jew was kidnapped and brutally murdered because he was Jewish. French authorities initially refused to believe it was a hate crime.
They are not shouting “Death to the Israelis” on the streets of Paris. They are screaming “Death to the Jews.”
Threats and violence against Jews – ostensibly as protest for the current war in Gaza – have spread to cities worldwide.
I am sick of apologizing for Israel when it is Israel that really deserves an apology.
In Israel, my 4-year-old son was on a mission to see the Temple being rebuilt. We were all surprised when he found it.
Hamas counts on Jewish compassion to compensate for their weakness.