Dropping Out of Harvard Law School in 1947 to Help Jewish Refugees

An article in Time Magazine convinced Harold Katz to volunteer to help Jews illegally immigrate to Israel.

Rocking My Crown: Highs and Lows of Covering My Hair

I walk around in this world with a constant awareness of who I am as a married Jewish woman – off limits to other intimate relationships.

Audrey Hepburn, Teenage Spy

A new book sheds light on the Hollywood star’s heroic wartime activities.

Instagram and the Holocaust

An Instagram campaign is bringing home the death of one girl -- and six million other Jews - one compelling post at a time.

Doing Jewish and Responding to Terror

Jews around the world are pledging to do more Jewish acts after the shooting in California.

Judah Samet: Dodging Bullets Again

70 years after surviving three Holocaust death trains, Judah Samet narrowly escaped the Tree of Life shooting in Pittsburgh. An exclusive look at his fascinating life.

Jews Shouldn't have to Pay with their Lives to Gather in Prayer

We need our leaders to work together to stop the hate — all hate — from the far right to the far left.

Notre Dame’s Surprising Jewish Treasures

The destroyed cathedral still retains priceless art depicting Jewish heritage in France.

Should I Marry Him?

I really like him but he’s so different from the person I always imagine I’d marry.

Bigger than Basketball

Off the court, NBA superstar Dwayne Wade has quietly transformed lives.

Suicide: A Society in Conflict

Recent events highlight America’s inconsistent views on suicide.

Lost World of Yiddish Theater

Broadway’s Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish recalls a world of thriving Yiddish theater in New York and beyond.

Interview with Man who Saved a Life on a New York Bridge

Tuli Abraham’s quick actions saved a man about to jump to his death.

We All Have a Price

Contrary to what we may tell ourselves, it could be us splashed across the front pages of every newspaper.

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

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

The Nazi Boycott, 86 Years Ago & Today

Echoes of the April 1, 1933 boycott continue to linger today.

God at the Zoo

Faith guides this director’s workday.

To Botox or Not to Botox

That is the question for this woman turning 50.

Eichmann and the Question of Revenge

Is revenge ever legitimate? In Memory of Rafi Eitan, legendary Mossad agent.

UK Government Office Slanders the Bible

Far from being bloodthirsty, the Biblical passages cited by a British office show a humane world view.

Before Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel, There was Queen Esther

Esther didn’t only save the Jewish people; she transformed the power of women.

The College Admissions Scandal

Don’t let the cynicism at the heart of this corruption scandal extinguish kids’ hope.

Age of the Universe: One Approach

Is the universe 13.8 billion years old or 5,779 years old?

Ilhan Omar & the Line between Criticism of Israel and Anti-Semitism

A lesson for Ilhan Omar and like-minded progressives who cross the line all too often.

March of Life: Descendants of Nazis Remember the Holocaust

Remembrance, reconciliation and fighting anti-Semitism.

Blacks, Palestinians and the Disastrous Politics of Rage

African American conservatives have a message worth heeding on the corrosive effects of playing the victim card.

Leaving Hollywood

Some people dream of getting into Hollywood. I lived my dream by leaving it.

Smart Phone, Smarter Shabbat

The world is discovering the incredible benefits of a digital Sabbath.

Should We Forgive the ISIS Women?

Mistakes should indeed be forgiven; crimes need to be punished.

France’s Surge in Anti-Semitism

There have been 541 anti-Semitic incidents in France in 2018, a 74% increase.

A Friend’s Intervention

Sometimes our help can cause more harm than good.

Omar, AIPAC and the Jews

Minneapolis leaders have had enough of Ilhan Omar’s insincere apologies and anti-Semitism. An Aish.com exclusive.

Anti-Semitism Is Deeply Woven into the European Fabric

European culture developed in a dominating, hostile Christian environment over more than a millennium.

Racism and Anti-Semitism: Why the Disparate Response?

Why does racism, even from decades ago, end careers, but blatant anti-Semitism gets a pass?

Beautiful Boy: The Long Road Back from Teenage Drug Addiction

A new book by former addict and his father offers safer pathways to deal with life’s pain.

Erasing Henry Ford’s Anti-Semitism

The mayor of Dearborn is hiding Ford’s Jew-hatred; it’s important the world learns from it instead.

Discovering My Grandfather was a Nazi

The enduring shame I felt due to my family’s past created a surprising bond with survivors and their descendants who experienced guilt for continuing to live.

A Less Religious America will be a Less Generous America

Religious faith and institutions are the strongest drivers of philanthropic works in US society.

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