Most children raised in interfaith families lack the tools and knowledge to make informed choices.
The transformational Shabbos Project fires the soul of a community.
Live, stimulating online seminars by top Aish authors and lecturers, in conjunction with Jewish Workshops.
One of the greatest philanthropists of the century passes away.
At the Bronx Youth Poetry Slam, a young Jew defends his beliefs.
The American Jewish day school system has failed in epic proportions.
Most Jews lack basic Jewish literacy. You can’t abandon what you never had in the first place.
The Jewish world mourns the loss of one of the greatest Torah leaders of the generation.
The recent Pew Report on Jewish identity is a wake-up call for all of us.
Did I do enough? Reflections of a mother of a college freshman.
Acknowledging the gentiles who keep our synagogues running.
Rejoicing with the Torah because it is an exceptional book that has made us exceptional.
In 1603, imprisoned for secretly practicing Judaism, Sebastian Rodriguez built a sukkah.
Hebrew school is not like taking your shirts to the dry cleaners.
Too many schools are teaching Judaism under a cloak of secularism.
What can we expect when so many Jews are denying their kids a serious Jewish education.
Welcoming interfaith families is not enough. We need to help them transform themselves through Jewish life.
After centuries of anti-Semitism, Israel’s national soccer team shows the locals what it means to be a mensch.
Finding the courage to make the right decisions.
When danger is everywhere, listen to the siren of the shofar.
More than five centuries after Portugal's Jews were compelled to convert to Catholicism, the Torah has finally returned to Trancoso.
Nearly seven decades since the end of World War II, Poland is once again turning on its Jews.
Harvey Hecker flew to Jerusalem to find out what Aish is all about. He never looked back.
Mourning the passing of the first President of Aish International.
A controversial new book reveals new evidence of Jewish movie moguls’ collaboration with Nazis.
Appreciating his greatness on the occasion of his yartzeit.
What drove Evelyn Kozak, the oldest Jew in the world, to help so many others?
Efraim Zuroff wants the world to know that injustice won't be tolerated.
Learning about the Holocaust is a great first step. Don't stop there.
The National Spelling puts its spotlight on Yiddish. Is it a dying language?
The sad truth about today's rampant anti-Semitism in Germany.
A young girl's struggles and triumphs unite a community with meaning, love and growth.
Learning the lesson of respect and Jewish unity from my dear friend Yechezkel Fox, of blessed memory.
Although my daughter's trip boosted the economy of the very people who wished us dead, it was worth it.
Early childhood is a great time to expose our kids to Jewish education. The results can last a lifetime.
It shouldn’t take the death of a 12-year-old girl or an act of terror to bring us all together.