The Anti-Semitic Derangement

France's Jews are leaving, and that never bodes well for the society driving them out.

Blaming Jews for the Paris Attacks

In addition to the predictable fringe elements, some mainstream journalists are blaming the Jews for the world’s ills.

#Je Suis Juif

I am a Jew. Don’t let the Jews of France stand alone.

An Open Letter to My Sisters and Brothers in France

There is no future for you in France. I appeal to you, come home to Israel.

Jewish Genealogy: The Journey to Oneself

Reaching into your ancestral history in order to refine your present identity.

American Hero Going to Israel

After losing his legs in Afghanistan, Brian Mast is still fighting for his country. And now he’s about to fight for Israel.

Erasing Israel

HarperCollins’ map expunging Israel is only the latest example of the quest to rewrite history without the Jewish state.

The Rabbi from Shanghai

Born in a Chinese refugee ghetto, Rabbi Chaim Walkin is today a legendary Jewish educator.

Top Ten MidEast Media Mangles for 2014

A year of anti-Israel bias in the media. Camera.org is setting the record straight.

Living on Anne Frank Street

My summer in Israel, living in the jungle, during Operation Protective Edge.

A Walk in the Heart of Jewish Paris

A visit to the Marais, the historic Jewish quarter of Paris with Samuel Ghiles-Meilhac, historian and resident of the Marais.

A Chanukah Carol

In one moment of silence, my Jewish identity was born.

Harvard & SodaStream

Harvard’s president stops an anti-Israel boycott against SodaStream.

2014 News from Israel You May Have Missed

A compendium of interesting news from the Holy Land.

Visiting Israel for One Day

Three reasons why everyone should grab the opportunity if they can.

The Friday Night Shabbat Dinner Experience

A great way to kindle Jewish continuity.

On Journalists, Political conflict and NGOs

When the media itself promotes the unchecked power of political groups and suppresses criticism of these NGOs, democracy is ill-served.

Fleeing the Hijab

As a Jewish girl living in Iran I was enraged that I was forced to wear a hijab. I was determined to attain freedom.

Distorted Headlines against Israel

Recent distortions by the media are appalling. Here’s what you can do about it.

Obsessed with the Holocaust

It’s crazy, I know, but I often imagine another Holocaust is right around the corner.

10 Ways to Make December More Jewish

Helping kids enjoy being Jewish during December – and all year round.

Fighting Jihad with Education

A guide for the concerned global citizen.

Photos of the Last Remaining Synagogues in the Muslim World

11 beautiful photos of shuls that were once home to thriving Jewish communities.

Life with Arabs in Jerusalem

The Har Nof massacre has stripped away the veneer of security, leaving us feeling vulnerable.

On the Question of Palestine

The speech by Israel's ambassador at the UN General Assembly is a cogent overview of modern Israeli history. Share widely.

Ambassador for Israel

A tribute to Charley Levine, the Israeli-Texan PR giant.

At Home in Jerusalem

A shiva call reminds me why I live in Jerusalem, despite the fear.

Life and Death in Har Nof

An update from Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller.

The Murder of Zidan Saif

The Jewish state's newest hero wasn't Jewish.

Calling for Palestinian Forward Thinking

The unique perspective of Israel's vice-ambassador to Norway – an Israeli-Arab.

(Not So) Ordinary Har Nof

Har Nof is unremarkable on the outside, but extraordinary from the inside.

Rabbi Aryeh Kupinsky: Big Man with a Big Heart

Fighting the terrorists in the Har Nof shul, he undoubtedly saved many people's lives.

From the Four Widows

In the midst of the most horrific nightmare, these righteous women are reaching out to the Jewish world with a message of hope.

Scratch and Sniff

What two hamsters taught me about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Rabbi Moshe Twersky: Students Speak

Two Aish rabbis recollect studying with Rabbi Twersky.

Fighting for Life in Har Nof

When my grandson and son-in-law got caught in the line of fire.

Palestinian Red Line

Israel mourns the horrific terror at a Jerusalem synagogue.

Terror in the Synagogue

Gaining some perspective on an unfathomable tragedy.

Rejecting Despair in Har Nof

Today's attack will not deter my belief in the Almighty's promise.

Israel Mourns

With tensions rising, the country mourns the tragic murder of two young people in two separate incidents.

Campus Mezuzah Attacks

At one California college, anti-Semitism repeatedly rears its ugly head.

IKEA & Peace in the Middle East

Why does my acquisition keep collapsing, and where’s the warranty?

Amnesty International’s Jewish Problem

The once laudable organization is obsessed with demonizing the Jewish state.

From Radical Jihadist to Canadian Undercover Agent

An exclusive interview with Mubin Shaikh, the mole who infiltrated the Toronto 18.

Car Terror

Terrorists are using their cars for death. Let’s go out of our way to use ours for life.

The Shabbat that Shook the World

Tales from an unprecedented event that took the world by storm.

My Son’s Bar Mitzvah: My 5 Big Mistakes

Don’t sweat the details and make sure you focus on the meaning of the day.

Choosing a Jewish Burial

My sister was having second thoughts about her decision to be cremated.

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