It All Began with "You Dirty Kike"

I am no longer ignoring the ignorance.

Roman Vishniac: Picturing a World

A snapshot of the life of the famed photographer.

Nazi Havens in South America

Secret files reveal 9,000 Nazi war criminals fled to South America after WWII.

Mosque Vandalism: The Jewish Connection

There are hateful people, but also simple-minded misguided ones. And they can change.

Banning Shechita in Europe

It’s a veiled way of saying that Jews and other minorities are no longer welcome.

My Friend's Tragic Death in Costa Rica

I went to camp with Ari Weiss. My friends and I can’t believe he’s gone.

Rachel Freier: The Hasidic Superwoman Of Night Court

An interview with the trailblazing 52-year-old mother and grandmother who is the first Hasidic woman to be elected as a judge.

Jews and Coffee: 8 Little-Known Facts

Including the surprising origins of the Maxwell House Haggadah.

Jews' Acts Matter

One self-absorbed guy gets a chance to relive his day.

Jewish People are Connected: An Amazing True Story

How a baby-naming united hearts and transcended borders.

Rabbi Shteinman, Humble Giant

Serving God and the Jewish people for 104 full years.

Carrying the Torch: The Menorah and the Eternal Jewish People

The Arch of Titus reminds us what is the secret of the Jews' immortality.

A Chanukah Carol

In one moment of silence, my Jewish identity was born.

8 Interesting Facts about Donuts

Israelis consume 24 million donuts a year.

Anti-Semitism on the Rise

According to a number of recent reports, English-speaking nations with large Jewish populations are experiencing record high levels of anti-Semitism.

Ida and Louise Cook’s Remarkable Rescue Mission

Using their avid opera-going as a cover, the British sisters saved dozens of Jews in Nazi Europe.

Why I Became a Day School Proponent

Despite my concerns, sending my kids to day school has been crucial to their Jewish identity.

One of Us: A Searing Look at Sexual Abuse in the Jewish Community

Exploring a number of issues that the much buzzed-about documentary raises.

102-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Meets His Nephew for First Time

Eliyahu Pietruszka thought his entire family had died. Watch the moving video of him meeting the nephew he didn't know existed.

Jews and Zimbabwe: 7 Little-Known Facts

Unknown to many, Zimbabwe is home to a small Jewish community.

The ‘Italian Wallenberg’ who Saved Over 5000 Hungarian Jews

Posing as a Spanish ambassador in Hungary, Giorgio Perlasca risked his life to save 5218 Jews from deportation to Nazi death camps.

Father Patrick Desbois: One Man’s Fight to Uncover the Holocaust

His efforts have unearthed 2,700 extermination sites where over 1,000,000 Jews have been buried.

The Woman in the Burqa

A true story for any Jew who ever felt their name was too Jewish or that wearing a kippah wasn't cool.

Pendant Found in Sobibor Death Camp Brings Relatives Together

Karolina Cohn's family meet to honor Jewish girl who died in Holocaust.

Israel’s Unknown Heroic Spies of World War I

The Aaronsohn siblings founded an espionage ring in Zichron Yaakov to help Britain defeat the Turks.

A Soldier’s Return to Germany to Avenge His Family’s Deaths

Henry Birnbrey, a Kindertransport survivor, helped liberate a death train in the heart of Nazi Germany.

Rabbi Lau on the State of Jewry Today

A thought-provoking conversation with the esteemed rabbi.

Jews Flood Toronto Courtroom to Defend a Young Man’s Life

The doctors wanted to unplug Shalom Ounanounou. The Jewish community sprung into action.

Singing Hatikvah in Abu Dhabi

An Israeli won the gold in judo but they refused to play his national anthem. He defiantly sang it himself.

PODCAST: Fixing the World

Rabbi Ken Spiro on the Jewish People’s history of social responsibility.

Anne Frank, European Soccer and Anti-Semitism

The vile act that took place in Rome isn’t something new.

Great Bar/Bat Mitzvah Gift Ideas

Meaningful presents to mark this important milestone.

A Chaplain's Compassion

Rabbi Zimmerman truly knew how to walk the talk.

Harvey Weinstein and the #MeToo Phenomenon

A silent epidemic is silent no more.

Forgiving Mengele

Is it right to forgive an unrepentant mass murderer?

Jews and Beer: 8 Surprising Facts

For centuries Jews have been vital in the production and marketing of beer.

Operation Brothers: The Mossad's Secret Scuba Operation in Sudan

The extraordinary first-person account of the mission to save Jewish refugees, soon to be a film starring Chris Evans.

Israel Tennis Star Stops Game Before Yom Kippur

David Sela made a clear statement that nothing is more important than his Jewish identity.

The Red ‘J’ of October

As a boy in Germany, seeing that Judenstempel on his passport made him realize that for the Nazis he was nothing but a Jewish object.

Hava Nagilah: The Story behind the Quintessential Jewish Song

The story of Hava Nagila spans much of modern Jewish history.

Let’s Make a Deal

Monty Hall’s best deal changed his life.

Make the Call: An Inspiring Yom Kippur Video

When Nancy Baida and Harry Ashkanazi had an argument, they never expected it to end the way it did. A powerful story about courage, humility and forgiveness.

Two White Robes: Yom Kippur and the Stormfront Summit

Their robe symbolizes a fixation with skin color, ours symbolizes the purity of the soul.

Rosh Hashanah Cards from the Holocaust

A glimpse into some of the ways Jews before, during and immediately after the Holocaust marked the New Year.

The U.S. Military and Rosh Hashanah

On Rosh Hashanah, Jewish soldiers on duty around the world will gather in prayer with the full support of the US military.

The Next Generation and the Meaning of Kol Nidrei

The powerful reason why Yom Kippur starts with such seemingly uninspiring words

Melanie Phillips on Britain’s Alarming Anti-Semitism Problem

While the number of anti-Semites is small, the amount of anti-Semitism diffused throughout British society is high.

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