is the leading Jewish content website, with an average of 1,000,000+ monthly user sessions and 260,000 unique email subscribers.

We've published over 25,000 articles and videos – on current events, spirituality and personal growth, dating, marriage & parenting, Israel perspectives, weekly Torah portion and holidays – offering meaningful Jewish wisdom and insights for the modern world.'s goal is to give every Jew the opportunity to enhance his or her heritage in an atmosphere of open inquiry and mutual respect. features include:

  • Inspiring videos that have become viral sensations, getting millions of viewings in a matter of days

  • Aish Academy, our advanced learning site with courses in Hebrew Ulpan, personal development, Kosher, Jewish philosophy, Jewish history and more.

  • LiveChat Rabbis offering personal and real time interactions with readers.

  • spin-off sites in Hebrew, Spanish, and French

  • 24-hour live webcam from the Western Wall, which has logged 37 million visits and been featured on CNN, MSNBC, and The New York Times

  • 38 different Weekly Torah portion series and 15 different email lists

  • Ask-the-Rabbi service which has answered 40,000 readers' questions

  • a published series of anthology books, featuring's best articles and writers's impact has been far and wide. A recent survey found that 86% of readers said that has inspired them to do more Torah learning, and 75% said that has led them to increased affiliation with Jewish organizations or increased attendance at synagogue.

Headquartered in Jerusalem near the Western Wall, is a division of Aish HaTorah, an apolitical network of Jewish educational centers in 35 branches on five continents. This partnership enables users to experience the richness of community at an Aish branch.

The name Aish HaTorah literally means "Fire of Torah." As Elie Wiesel said: "Aish HaTorah means to me the passion of teaching, the passion of learning. The study of Torah, the source of Jewish values, is the way to Jewish survival."

Aish's educational philosophy is that Judaism is not all or nothing; it is a journey where every step counts, to be pursued according to one's own pace and interest. Mitzvot (commandments) are not rituals, but opportunities for personal growth, to be studied and understood. We learn the Torah's wisdom to enrich our own lives, and to share these ideas with all humanity.

As a non-profit organization, relies solely on private support to continue providing its wide range of quality content. is the lifeline for hundreds of thousands of people across the globe, seeking Jewish answers to life's most perplexing issues.


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