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Adam Ross

 

The Last Seder in the Warsaw Ghetto

Survivors testify about an epic Seder held in underground bunkers as the Nazis sought to liquidate the last Jews of Warsaw Ghetto.

The Life, Death and Burial of Zachary Baumel

After 37 years, remains of Brooklyn born IDF soldier is brought home.

Bible Era Seal Unearthed below Jerusalem Car Park

The tiny clay impression dates back over 2,600 years and bears the name, mentioned in the Bible, of a royal aide to King Josiah.

Asaf Lewin: The Aerospace Engineer behind Israel’s Historic Moon Landing

The excitement, trepidation, national pride and deeper meaning. An exclusive Aish.com interview.

Rafi Eitan: 5 Fascinating Things to Know

The man who captured Eichmann fought tirelessly for the Jewish people.

IDF Unit Raises Money to Save Soldier’s Life

Weeks after getting engaged, Mendel Gordon, an American lone soldier, discovered he had cancer. His band of brothers sprang into action.

Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger, Murdered in Terror Attack, Built Bridges between Israelis

His heroic efforts caused the terrorist to flee. He leaves behind his wife and 12 children and a unique yeshiva.

The Bride who Visited a Hospital on her Wedding Day

Yael Levy used her wedding day for an incredible act of kindness.

Israel is Over the Moon with its Spacecraft Blastoff

Israel is only the fourth nation to send a spaceship to the moon.

My Piece of the Puzzle

Jenna Elbas is unlocking teens’ potential by partnering kids at risk with special needs youth.

The Shalva Band: Winning Israeli Hearts through Music and Jewish Values

By refusing to break Shabbat and turning down a chance to represent Israel in the Eurovision, the popular band, whose members all have disabilities, has won the bigger competition.

This IDF Soldier from Maryland Still Needs Our Prayers

Nathaniel Felber was seriously wounded in a deadly terror attack which claimed the lives of two other soldiers.

Israel Sends Huge Rescue Team after Brazil Dam Collapse

130-strong delegation using advanced technology in effort to locate survivors.

Israel Mourns Two Amazing Young Women

Israel hit by a double tragedy as two inspirational women are laid to rest.

10 Life Lessons from Trees

Wisdom for living, garnered from the trees and fruits of Israel.

Rescuing Israel’s Wasted Food

How a NYC lawyer moved to Israel and left his hi-tech job to start Leket, Israel’s leading food rescue organization.

Resilience of an Injured Israeli Soldier

Critically injured in a terrorist attack, Idan Levy refused to give up his dream.

Tunnels in Northern Israel: What You Need to Know

Aish.com spotlights the Hezbollah tunnels threatening soldiers and civilians in the north of the country.

Soldier Credits Baby Daughter for Surviving Attack

And two soldiers were killed in attacks last week, while another is fighting for his life.

Israel’s Star Tennis Player: The Jewish Moments that Defined her Career

An exclusive Aish.com interview with Shahar Peer who retired last year as Israel’s most successful tennis player.

Parents to 200 Kids

Yehudah and Rikki Kohn are giving some of Israel’s most vulnerable kids a second start at life.

Pray for Couple Shot in Ofra and Their Baby Who’s Fighting for his Life

Family of couple shot by terrorists urges for prayers amid a ‘Hanukkah miracle’ that a worse tragedy was averted.

Choosing Life is My Revenge

In just under a year, the EMT course in Rabbi Raziel Shevach’s memory has trained 33 new paramedics, including his widow.

The Gold-Winning Jewish Wrestler of the Nazi Games

Karoly Karpati’s legacy of strength, Jewish pride and inspiration.

Ben and Jerry’s in Israel: Don’t Boycott Us

The Israeli company has nothing to do with the decisions of the international brand.

Living Under Fire in Southern Israel

We moved here to build a good life and we are here to stay.

Making Israel Proud in Abu Dhabi

An Aish.com exclusive interview with Israel’s gold-winning Judoku champion, Sagi Muki.

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