Connecting with Lone Soldiers in Israel

A Chicago organization connects school children to lone soldiers in Israel, giving them a glimpse of their dedication and bravery.

Confronting Anti-Semitic Surge in Britain’s Labour Party

It’s time to rock the boat and stand up to the alarming increase of British anti-Semitism.

Feeding Jewish American Soldiers on Passover

Two women are mobilizing the troops to nourish, physically and spiritually, Jews in the U.S. armed forces.

The Soviet Campaign to Eliminate Passover

“Red Haggadahs” were published in the 1920s with the explicit goal of replacing belief in God with faith in Communist Russia.

Who was Two-Gun Cohen?

The Chinese president’s Jewish confidant who mustered Chinese support of the creation of Israel.

Harassing Jews at UC Santa Cruz

Faculty members speak out about the climate of anti-Semitism and intimidation. An exclusive Aish.com interview.

Harry Truman’s Lifelong Jewish Friend

The amazing story of Harry Truman, his close friend Eddie Jacobson, and the founding of the State of israel.

Meet Frida Berger, Have a Piece of Cake

Frida Berger is a 91-year-old Holocaust survivor whose life is devoted to giving, especially through cooking and baking.

Dark Days for Jews in Brussels

The terror attacks and subsequent lockdown are having a devastating effect on the community of 15,000 Jews.

Remembering David Wichs

David was tragically killed over a month ago in Manhattan by a crane that was toppled over.

Purim Then, Iran Today

Persia is today’s Iran, our present day Haman who seeks our destruction.

Shoes on the Danube

A moving sculpture memorializes Jews who were murdered in broad daylight along the river.

Marcel Marceau Saved Hundreds of Holocaust Orphans

The pantomime artist’s greatest performance: risking his life to save others.

Barring Pro-Israel Group from Campus

Anti-Israel activists no longer hide behind excuses to mask their discrimination. They’re singling out Israel in the open with little fear of repercussion.

Oldest Man Alive is a Jewish Holocaust Survivor

Yisrael Kristal is 112 years old and views his life as a miracle.

The Jews of Italy

8 little-known facts about the unique community of Italian Jews.

Jews in Early American Politics

Little-known facts about Jews in American politics.

Why I Learn Torah Daily

Because it gives me cohesive answers to life’s ultimate questions, plus 7 other reasons.

Speaking Hebrew at Penn Station

My surprising encounter with a beggar in New York City.

A Jew in Tehran

The Jewish community shared their lives and homes as if I was family -- because to them, I was.

Solitary Confinement in Iranian Prison

In his cell, Josh Fattal embraced his Jewish identity and turned to Jewish practice for comfort and sustenance.

The Nazi’s Table

A mother leaves Prague in a cattle car; her son returns as a Sabbath-observant, US ambassador.

The Miracle of Aish.com

24 hours. $1,000,000. It's all or nothing.

Justice Antonin Scalia and the Jews

Five little-known facts about the late Justice Scalia and his relationship with the Jewish community.

Heroic Soviet Prisoner of Zion

The valiant courage of Sylva Zalmanson.

Was the Holocaust a Uniquely Jewish Tragedy?

The extermination of the Jews was not a means to any end; it was an end in itself.

My Grandfather: Patriot & Traitor

There’s a time to uphold the law and there’s a time to outright break it.

5 Fascinating Facts about Jews in India

Little-known facts about this ancient Jewish community.

The Oil Crash and Israel

It's no accident that Israel has not been blessed with huge oil reserves.

The Amazing Life of Rabbi Ronnie Greenwald

Community activist, international spy swapper and hostage mediator, political mastermind, mentor for troubled teens, beloved camp director and dedicated Jew.

Devorah Stubin: The Unlikely Hero

Despite her many challenges, she persevered and she endured.

Hashem Melech 2.0: A Catchy New Version of the Classic Hit

An exciting performance on top of a NYC skyscraper featuring two great Jewish performers.

Lord George Weidenfeld’s Legacy

He died this week at age 96, leaving behind a legacy from which we can all learn.

Remembering Devorah Stubin

Devorah was the happiest person I knew. She will be sorely missed.

Wearing a Kippah in France

Jews in France are being advised to remove their kippah in public and hide their Jewishness. Should they?

Remembering Dovid Winiarz

Dovid taught us is that each of us has the potential to be great by using the unique tools God gave us.

Online Incitement

Social media has become a new frontline in the war on terror.

Kids of Courage: A Touching Video

Kids with severe diseases experience a trip of a lifetime.

The Mitzvot of Albert Mammon

This heroic NY cop is a rescuer, matchmaker and Jewish mensch.

Aish HaTorah Rabbi Murdered in Terrorist Attack

Rabbi Reuven Biermacher loved every Jew and radiated a fervent passion for Torah.

No Jews or Israelis Allowed

Kuwait Airways cancels its route rather than do business with Israelis. This discrimination isn’t the only recent example.

Macy’s Moguls: The Straus Brothers

The rags to riches story of Isidor and Nathan Straus.

Tell Me Who Are the Jews Or Die

An American sergeant in WWII risks his life ordering 1000 POWs to say they are all Jews.

Campus Anti-Semitism and the Left

Jewish students are experiencing more intense hatred on campus.

Scattered Among the Nations

A selection of photos from isolated Jewish communities from around the globe.

Anti-Semitism on University of California’s Campuses

Why are Jewish students being treated so differently than other minorities?

The World Stands with France. What about Israel?

Is it too much to ask the world to declare that when Jews are murdered it is as much of an outrage as when terror strikes in Paris?

Harry Potter and the Rabbi’s Glasses

Harry discovers the magic of being a Jew. For Harry Potter fans only!

GI Jews

Jewish Americans in World War II.

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