UK Government Office Slanders the Bible

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

The College Admissions Scandal

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

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.

Smart Phone, Smarter Shabbat

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

France’s Surge in Anti-Semitism

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

Should We Forgive the ISIS Women?

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

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.

A Less Religious America will be a Less Generous America

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

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.

Ted Bundy, Revulsion and the Holocaust

Are we losing our ability to feel horror at the face of pure evil?

During the Polar Vortex, One Woman Got 60 Motel Rooms for the Homeless

For one Chicago woman, the Arctic cold wasn’t an inconvenience; it was a call to action.

“What Are You, Crazy?”— Changing the Way We Speak

Why we need to stop misusing “crazy” and other words for mental illness.

Defaming Martin Luther King

Michelle Alexander has given new meaning to the word chutzpah.

Martin Luther King: Quotes about Israel and Jews

Stirring calls to live up to our potential and to look at others with fairness and warmth.

Muslim Heroes of the Holocaust

Four remarkable stories that some Muslims don’t want to be publicized.

The Influence of the Hebrew Bible on America's Founding Fathers

The untold story of the Torah’s impact on America's founders and the political documents they codified.

Disabled People and Unlocking Our Potential

The key steps that enable people with disabilities to achieve great things can be used by everyone.

The Internet that Cried Wolf

A modern adaptation on the classic tale.

Jews, Genetics and the New World

Recent studies indicate that a significant segment of the immigrants who settled the New World were descended from Jews.

LeBron James Doesn’t Deserve a Free Pass

LeBron’s apology is the perfect example of how not to say you are sorry.

Black Christmas: December 25 in Jewish History

For generations, Jews have faced danger on this day.

Hatred Everywhere

Evil harbors no static political allegiances.

My Father, FDR and the Rabbis March

A Gallup poll omitted in new Holocaust exhibit shows that most Americans heard the voice of their consciences even though their President didn’t.

PewDiePie and the Anti-Semitic Internet

We must stand against ethical abuse – or risk the consequences.

PODCAST: All the Lonely People

Rabbi David Aaron on what we can do to overcome a sense of loneliness.

FBI and the Soul

Rabbi Cary Friedman helps cops survive the rigors of America’s most stressful occupation.

Some Practical Advice from President George W. H. Bush

From a handwritten letter he wrote in 2009.

Menorahs in Montana

The Schnitzer family had no idea that their children’s Hanukkah pictures would spark an anti-Semitic attack and galvanize a whole community.

Four Strangers, Three Faiths and One Extraordinary Escape to Freedom

How three Jews and one Christian band together to save Mohammed Al Samawi.

Abraham Lincoln and the Jews: 10 Fascinating Facts

Snapshots of Lincoln’s remarkable relationship with Jews.

The Kosher-Industrial Complex

America has undergone a kosher revolution.

Airbnb's Outrageous Decision Against Israel

The rental site is delisting vacation rentals that are outside of Israel's 1967 borders.

Thanksgiving and Praying for the World’s Welfare

There is a beauty to the world when we all work together.

The Women's March: Saying No to Anti-Semitism

Actress Alyssa Milano is showing us how to fix the Women's March and other movements infected with anti-Semitism.

Muslim and Jewish Families Save Each Other, 50 Years Apart

The Hardagas hid the Kabilijo family in Sarjevo during the Holocaust. They returned the favor 50 years later.

The Jewish Nurse who Treated the Pittsburgh Murderer

Coming face to face with unspeakable evil, being Jewish gave Ari Mahler the courage to stand up for what he believed in.

Joachim Ronnenberg: Stopping Hitler’s Nuclear Ambitions

The daring raid on the Nazis’ secret nuclear facility in Norway.

The Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre

A celebration of life in a house of God turned into a bloodbath.

Complicit: Stoking an Environment of Hate

We have much work to do in this post-massacre world. Let’s get started.

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