Faith Amid the Flames

Rabbi Yosef Friedenson served as a human bridge between the Jewish world that the Germans destroyed and the new one that came into being after the Holocaust.

Edda Servi Machlin and Remembering Jewish Italy

Cookbook writer Edda Servi Machlin, who recently died, recreated the world of her Italian Jewish childhood.

The Jews of Syria: A Lost Civilization

Syrian Jewry’s illustrious past began thousands of years ago. Today some 50 Jews remain.

Accidental Racism in the Jewish World

A “harmless” joke highlights the problem of racial sensitivity in some sectors of the Jewish community.

Mother of Israeli Poetry

Poet Rachel Bluwstein’s life mirrored the rise of the Jewish state.

Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits Inaugurated as Rosh Yeshiva of Aish HaTorah

Hundreds gather from around the world for this once-in-a-lifetime celebration.

More Jews in the American Military

Adolph Marix, Hedy Lamarr, Sydney Weinstein and Mark Polansky.

The Jewish “King” of Lampedusa

The longest-running Yiddish play featured the incredible true story of a British Jewish hero of WWII.

Remembering Jewish New York

Celebrated historians Myrna and Harvey Frommer died within days of each other. Their work lives on.

Visiting Jewish Prisoners in Jail

We can help to ensure that prisoners have the resources they need to become their best selves in the darkest of places.

A Mother’s Letter in Auschwitz

In the hell of Auschwitz Erika Bock, 18, received a final message of faith that would accompany her throughout her life.

Israelis and Palestinians on a Journey Towards Peace

In Road to Recovery, Israeli volunteers drive sick Palestinians to the hospital, creating peace for an hour at a time.

Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits to be Inaugurated as Rosh Yeshiva of Aish HaTorah

The leadership torch is passed to a beloved teacher, Torah scholar – and Aish insider.

Labels are for Shirts, Not Jews

From Poland to Israel and America, the enduring bonds of one family.

Rabbi Manischewitz and His Iconic Company

The 131-year-old Manischewitz Company is being sold.

Jews and Arabs Together against the Nazis

During the first three years of WWII thousands of Arabs and Jews from Mandate Palestine had fought side by side against the Nazi scourge.

Israel's Disengagement from Gaza

Revisiting a painful chapter in the history of modern Israel.

The Best Revenge: Holocaust Survivor Celebrates Birthday with 400 Descendants

Shoshana Ovitz celebrated her 104th birthday at the Western Wall. Most of her family was there.

Israeli Women’s Lacrosse Team’s Amazing Kindness

Israel’s players showed what it means to be a mensch.

The Iranian Schindler

How Abdol Hossein Sardari protected Iranian Jews in occupied-Paris from falling into the clutches of Nazi persecution.

Charlie Harary on Tisha B’Av: A Day of Yearning, Not Sadness

The point of Tisha B'Av is to focus on what life would be like with the presence of God in it.

Operation Brothers: The Mossad's Secret Scuba Operation in Sudan

The extraordinary first-person account of the mission to save Jewish refugees, now a film starring Chris Evans.

The Spirit Lives On: A Tisha B'Av Video

Just because we can't see it doesn't mean it's not there. A true story.

Yearning for Jerusalem

Why Israel, Jerusalem and the Temple matter.

Ilhan Omar’s Guide to Israel

The controversial congresswoman is headed to the Holy Land. Here’s an itinerary that will help her see a few things that might change her heart and her mind.

Too Afraid to Go to Shul

The answer to Jew-hatred is Jewish pride.

Baltimore: 6 Jewish Facts

Baltimore is home to one of the country’s most vibrant Jewish communities.

Reuven Bauman: Through Fire and Water

Reuven Bauman’s heroic rescue on a Virginia beach echoes his grandfather’s lifesaving deed 50 years earlier.

Jews in the American Military

Four American Jews who made a major contribution to the American Armed Forces.

Giving a Dollar a Day

A new Jewish website allows people to easily donate tzedakah each and every day.

Inspirational Israel

A breathtaking new book of inspiring photos and stories from the Holy Land.

What is Zionism?

The connection of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel has been an integral part of the Jewish story for at least 3,000 years.

Meet the Non-Jew Who Made Daf Yomi Possible

Daniel Bomberg capitalized on the disruptive new technology – printing, understanding the potentially huge market for books amongst Jews.

Netanyahu Upfront

Israel Hayom's wide-ranging interview with Benjamin Netanyahu, who recently became the longest-serving prime minister in Israel.

The Non-Jew who Drove 99 Jewish Teenage Boys

A bus driver was told Jewish kids would be ill-behaved; instead they inspired her to take a stand against anti-Semitism.

In Jerusalem, Cancer Is the Ultimate Equalizer

There are no politics in a Jerusalem oncology clinic.

The Incredible Story of the Righteous Convert of Vilna

Who was Avraham ben Avraham, the righteous convert buried next to the Vilna Gaon?

Jew-Hating Graffiti at the Kotel HaKatan

The Kotel HaKatan is the second closest place, outside of the Temple Mount, to the Holy of Holies.

Rabbi Reuven Bauman, Hero

The teacher died trying to save a student from drowning in rough seas.

Seven Principles for Maintaining Jewish Dialogue

How to overcome disagreements respectfully to ensure we continue to thrive as a people.

A Muslim Medic Speaks at the Wedding of the Bride He Saved

Muawiya Kabha, a Muslim paramedic, made a special appearance at the wedding of Shahar Kugelmas and Nir David, and told how he had arrived at the scene of a car crash in April 2009 to find Shahar dead.

When Terrorists Abuse Israel’s Humanitarianism

Palestinian bomb-maker exploits “medical permit” to carry out terror attacks.

The Pilgrims' Path: The Judaization of Jerusalem?

Archaeologist laud the path used by pilgrims to visit the Temple as one of the most significant finds from ancient Jerusalem.

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