A Modern Day Oskar Schindler

Steve Maman has saved 130 Christian and Yazidi women. His Jewish ethics are driving him to do more. An Aish.com exclusive interview.

Banning Matisyahu

Now the BDS movement is singling out Jews wherever they are from, making their racist motivation abundantly clear.

Calling Charles Schumer a Traitor

The Jews are being blamed again.

Europe’s Jew-Free Zones

Jewish life in many parts of the continent is retreating in the face of relentless anti-Israel and anti-Jewish hatred.

Me, the Office Rabbi

I thought that work wasn’t the place to discuss religion. All that changed once word got out that I was religious.

When Emory Expelled Jews

The university has apologized for its shameful anti-Semitic treatment of Jewish dental students decades ago.

Jews in Hitler’s Stadium

The significance of this year’s European Maccabi Games taking place in Berlin.

Mazel Tov to 13 New Aish Rabbis!

Aish Jerusalem celebrates the ordination of 13 new rabbis.

Criticizing Israel’s Ally

Jews stood up to the U.S. government 40 years ago, and should again on Iran.

Are You Concerned about Iran?

Like the destruction of the Temple, many people don’t believe the warnings and don’t expect Iran will ever attack Israel.

Burying a Jewish War Veteran

Sometimes it takes a community.

Kansas, the Heart of the Jewish People

In a foreign city with a sick baby, we are overwhelmed by the outpouring of love we’ve received from Jews around the world.

The Iran Deal and the Hebrew Calendar

It’s no accident that the deal was finalized only last week.

I Can Be: A Meaningful Musical Video

When you believe in me, I can be anything I want to be.

Why Didn't the Allies Bomb Auschwitz?

One possible answer to Pope Francis’s question.

Blacks and Jews in the Crosshairs

Dylann Roof’s manifesto of hate is unfortunately shared by many.

Rabbi Steve Burg to Lead Aish HaTorah

Prominent Jewish leader shares vision for a new exciting era.

Burning the Talmud in London

Neo Nazis are planning a hate-filled rally on Shabbat in Golders Green, including burning the Talmud.

Joe’s Impossible Bar Mitzvah

Joe Greenbaum wasn’t going to let his autism and apraxia get in the way of celebrating.

Winning the BDS Battle

BDS is an opportunity to educate young Jews and non-Jews about the validity and nobility of Israel’s cause and values.

Hitler Lost Again

How my grandfather defeated Hitler.

The Debate over Jewish Achievement

As a non-Jew, I’m fascinated that a people which constitute less than 1% of the world’s population has made such enormous contributions to humanity.

The Legacy of the Three Boys

When Jews from all over the world came together for what really mattered.

Benjamin Brafman's Jewish Values

A famous criminal defense attorney speaks at Aish LA's gala banquet.

The Last Jews of Kolkata

Out of the city's 15 million residents, only 20 are Jewish.

The Western Wall Pledge

Do we take the Western Wall for granted?

Jewish-Chinese Connections

Fascinating facts about Jews and China.

Staying in the Jewish Fold

Understanding the process of assimilation of Europe’s Ashkenazi Jews shows us how to engage contemporary Jews.

The Jewish Connection to 5 Famous Foods

Some of the most famous foods today share surprising connections to Jews.

Nepal: A Jewish Duty

Avalanche in Nepal? Starvation in Biafra? Tsunami in Thailand? Why does Israel always send humanitarian aid?

Surprising Facts about the Jews of Mexico

Mexico boasts a thriving Jewish community with roots that go back 500 years.

Israel & FDR’s Secret Correspondence with the Saudi King

FDR did not support the creation of Israel. Destiny had other plans.

Who Gets to Pray on the Temple Mount?

It pains me that I can’t pray there. But it’s not an Arab woman who is preventing me.

The Witch Hunt against Prof. Andrew Pessin

A pro-Israel philosophy professor is being hounded, and you can help.

6 Surprising Jewish Communities

Some of the surprising, diverse places where, against the odds, Jewish life is flourishing.

Exodus: Retelling Our Family’s Story

Passover connects our children to something larger than themselves.

Remembering the Sassoon Children

These seven beautiful children were my next door neighbors.

Crushing Pain

The Jewish people ache with the Sassoon family. We cannot speak; we have no words.

Biblical Hebrew: A Story of Survival

A new book explores the unique nature and incredible survival of the world’s holiest language.

Jews and Ireland

Six little-known facts about Jewish Ireland.

Canada's Ambassador to Israel

Decades later, the pro-Israel Vivian Bercovici returns home. Aish.com exclusive.

Anti-Semitism on Campus

Hostility to Jewish students is on the rise.

Inspiration in the Wilderness

A survival camp helps Jewish boys find their place in the universe.

Yemen’s Last Jews

A visit with the remaining 90 Jews.

Crossing the Line 2: The New Face of Anti-Semitism on Campus

A new documentary that reveals the rise of anti-Israel activity and anti-Semitic rhetoric on university campuses.

Archeology & Jewish Life in Ancient Babylonia

An exciting exhibit presents direct evidence of the Jewish community in Babylonia right before and after the destruction of the First Temple.

Bibi’s Breach of Protocol

Echoes of Queen Esther who broke protocol in the face of an Iranian threat to destroy her people.

Terror in Copenhagen

Jews in Europe are once again targets, this time in Copenhagen.

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