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Why Jews Are Worried

Why Jews Are Worried

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The renowned historian on the rising anti-Semitism in Europe.

An Open Letter to Wolf Blitzer Re: Blood Libels

An Open Letter to Wolf Blitzer Re: Blood Libels

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Jews are in denial about anti-Semitism.

Rabbi Shot Walking to Shul

Rabbi Shot Walking to Shul

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The motivation for this crime is being investigated, but nothing can justify the killing of an innocent man walking to his place of worship.

8 Lessons from the War in Gaza
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8 Lessons from the War in Gaza

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Points of clarity uncovered by the war.

The Hamas Miracle

The Hamas Miracle

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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?

The Jew in You

The Jew in You

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How real is your Jewish identity?

The Shocking Murder of Ilan Halimi

The Shocking Murder of Ilan Halimi

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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.

Searching for the Third Temple

Searching for the Third Temple

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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.

The Anti-Zionism Lie

The Anti-Zionism Lie

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They are not shouting “Death to the Israelis” on the streets of Paris. They are screaming “Death to the Jews.”

Attacking Jews over Gaza

Attacking Jews over Gaza

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Threats and violence against Jews – ostensibly as protest for the current war in Gaza – have spread to cities worldwide.

No More Apologies

No More Apologies

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I am sick of apologizing for Israel when it is Israel that really deserves an apology.

Hamas’s Secret Weapon

Hamas’s Secret Weapon

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Hamas counts on Jewish compassion to compensate for their weakness.

Could You Ignore a Holocaust?
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Could You Ignore a Holocaust?

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Without this quality, it's likely you would. With it, we can remain united.

For Being a Jew

For Being a Jew

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Rabbi Akiva, Daniel Pearl and our three boys.

18 Days

18 Days

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Do not let our heightened sense of unity, love and connection die out with their deaths.

Were Our Prayers in Vain?

Were Our Prayers in Vain?

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The entire Jewish world is plunged into mourning.

Mourning Together

Mourning Together

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We are a people who treasure life, surrounded by those who revere death.

A Nation United in Grief

A Nation United in Grief

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With broken hearts we mourn with the three families.

Apologies to the Jewish People
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Apologies to the Jewish People

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Five apologies that Jews would rather hear than Gary Oldman’s.

Mock Eviction

Mock Eviction

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Campus eviction notices are fake, but their anti-Semitism is real.

The Three Boys & the World

The Three Boys & the World

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We are indeed one family. And one that dwells alone.

Strangers on a Train in Germany

Strangers on a Train in Germany

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Who was this kippah-clad, non-Jewish looking German sitting across from me?

Kidnapped Teens’ Families

Kidnapped Teens’ Families

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Families of abducted Israeli teens refuse to succumb to despair.

The Kidnapping of Three Israeli Teens

The Kidnapping of Three Israeli Teens

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How should Jews respond to crisis?

Cardinal O’Connor Was a Jew
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Cardinal O’Connor Was a Jew

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Does it really matter?

Velvele's Shoe

Velvele's Shoe

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From the Death March to Israel, a piece of leather connects generations.

Almost Anonymous

Almost Anonymous

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Meet the man behind the some of the most well-known Jewish songs.

10 Things to Love about Being Jewish
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10 Things to Love about Being Jewish

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Take a moment to appreciate this most precious gift.

Rabbi Berel Wein: Influences & Reflections

Rabbi Berel Wein: Influences & Reflections

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The notable historian describes some of the pivotal figures who shaped his outlook as a community rabbi.

Are you part of the 1% or the 99%?
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Are you part of the 1% or the 99%?

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How many donors does Aish.com have?

Sinai’s Big Bang

Sinai’s Big Bang

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An unparalleled boom of spiritual light and energy.

The 10 Commandments Today

The 10 Commandments Today

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Why we need them now more than ever.

The Brussels Jewish Museum Attack

The Brussels Jewish Museum Attack

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5 ways to respond.

A Rare Pope Indeed

A Rare Pope Indeed

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Only three popes out of 266 have been brave enough to make significant changes in the Church’s relationship with the Jews.

UCLA Thought Police

UCLA Thought Police

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We need to stand up against attempts to bully and intimidate pro-Israel students on campus.

A Billion People Hate Me
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A Billion People Hate Me

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Should the ADL global study on anti-Semitism be cause for alarm?

Revamping the Bar Mitzvah Experience

Revamping the Bar Mitzvah Experience

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My bar mitzvah was a celebration of ignorance. It’s time to stop the charade.

Protecting Jews in Ukraine

Protecting Jews in Ukraine

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Odessa's Jewish community leader speaks out on threats of violence. An Aish.com exclusive.

Growing Intimidation on Campus

Growing Intimidation on Campus

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Jewish students tell university administrators: stop hiding.

When Jews Do Bad
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When Jews Do Bad

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Is Donald Sterling’s racism worse because he’s a Jew?

Anti-Semitism Adapts and Thrives

Anti-Semitism Adapts and Thrives

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The oldest hatred has assumed a new form for a new age: hostility to Zionism and Israel.

Anti-Semitism in America

Anti-Semitism in America

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The Kansas City JCC murders remind us that virulent anti-Semitism does exists in the United States.

Jews Leaving France

Jews Leaving France

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French anti-Semitism and French aliyah skyrocket on parallel tracks.

Jewish Identity: Are You In or Out?

Jewish Identity: Are You In or Out?

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Passover and the redemptive value of Jewish identity.

Mom to 150

Mom to 150

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Meet Rose Marchik, a Jewish foster mother who has cared for over 150 children.

Releasing Pollard

Releasing Pollard

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Justice demands that Pollard be released without regard to what Israel decides to do on the release of Arab prisoners.

Make Zack a Local Hero

Make Zack a Local Hero

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You can help an amazing young, disabled man win a wheelchair van.

The Jews of Venezuela

The Jews of Venezuela

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Surrounded by chaos and danger, over half of the Jewish community has left. Meet one Jew who is staying.

The Oldest Man in America

The Oldest Man in America

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My unforgettable visit with Alexander Imich who recently passed away at 111 years old.

Masbia: Reinventing the Soup Kitchen

Masbia: Reinventing the Soup Kitchen

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A restaurant without a cash register.