A Lost Battle?

"The problem is not that Jewish students lack the facts, it's that they don't care about them in the first place."

Swedish 'Art' Outrage

A formal protest would have been lost in the back channels of European diplomacy. So he chose to scream.

My Name is not Susan

It's not the worst thing in the world, but I hated going through life with everyone mispronouncing my name.

Adi's Angel

An amazing hour with a miracle worker.

Environment Priority

There is one country in the world that has devoted over a century to reforestation and greening the land. And I'm not talking about the United States or Liechtenstein.

Daddy's Legacy

A moving tribute to Mr. Joe Berman, a great Jewish leader, philanthropist, husband and father.

Babylon's Fallen Tyrant

Saddam Hussein saw himself as the reincarnation of Nebuchadnezzar. And he suffered the same ignoble fate.

Off the Fence

Bob Simon's 60 Minutes segment on the fence Israel is building to thwart terrorists was manipulative and shaky on key factual assertions.

Students: The Key to Success on Campus

Students themselves are by far the most effective representatives to communicate Israel's message on campus.

A Nihilist on Anti-Semitism

The LA Times gives op-ed space to a professor who has called for the destruction of the State of Israel.

Light from Eden

Three days after Adam was buried, Shoshana and her husband, Dov, decided to try to have another baby.

Changing the World, One Journalist at a Time

A profile of Hollywood mogul Merv Adelson and his new pro-Israel project, Access Middle East.

Mayor with the Golden Touch

Uri Lupolianski, mayor of Jerusalem, has an even bigger claim to fame. An Aish.com exclusive.

2003 Dishonest Reporting "Award"

Reuters is cited for the most biased coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Reclaiming the Dream

After Ariella was wounded in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem, she and her parents took the next logical step: they moved to Israel.

Misleading Times

No one should be permitted to deny what is perhaps the most ancient and legitimate claim of any people on any piece of land. Not even The New York Times.

UN Emergency!

The United Nations cynically calls an emergency session to stop Israel's construction of the security fence.

The Spirit of Alisa

When my daughter was murdered by terrorists in Gaza, her influence grew stronger still.

Locus of Euro-hate

Europe's new anti-Semitism and its old reluctance to face it.

Geneva: A Blueprint for War

It would put Arafat and the Palestinian dictatorship in position to accomplish at last the goal they have never abandoned: the liquidation of Israel.

Don't Blame Jews For Anti-Semitism

Anti-Semitism, far from being a product of the Mideast conflict, is increasingly a cause of it.

Mission to Care

How a triathlon in Hawaii benefited victims of terror in Israel and changed two families from New York forever.

Answering the New Anti-Zionists

The Jewish people's rights to a sovereign state in their historic homeland.

Palestinian Corruption and Poverty

Yasser Arafat is one of the world's richest men. His people languish in poverty.

The Brownshirts of Our Time

The word "Palestine" is mentioned and a feminist conference turns ugly.

Life and Death in Istanbul

First-person account of the devastating synagogue bombings in Turkey.

Existential Questions

Destroying Israel is not a legitimate Mideast option.

The Spiritual Roots of Anti-Semitism

If the world hates the Jews, here's what can be done to respond.

"Those Jews"

If only Israel and its supporters would disappear.

Pandering to Genocide

A vulnerable Jewish professor publicly advocates the dismantling of Israel as a sovereign Jewish nation.

Losing the War on Campus

The future of leadership of American Jewry is on a university campus. And what I saw there is truly frightening.

Denying Muslim Anti-Semitism

Mahathir's views are emblematic of current Muslim discourse about Jews. This evil has already taken innocent lives; unless combated it could take many more.

Palestinian terrorism, American blood

In the past 10 years, 51 Americans have been murdered by Palestinian terrorists.

Israel Wants Peace

Three talking points that highlight Israel's commitment to peace and shared Western values.

Survival of the Fittest

In South Africa, I did not want to be caught in the crossfire of somebody else's war. If I had to fight, I wanted the war to be my own.

The Media's Mideast Relativism

Under the guise of objectivity, the media tries to 'democratize' a corrupt and dictatorial Palestinian regime.

Jewish Values for a Secular World

For 3,500 years, Jews have been telling their children and the rest of the world the most revolutionary message in human history.

Arafat's Personal Record

What exactly does Israel have on Yasser Arafat?

The Moral Paradox

There's a fine line between self-criticism and Israel-bashing. In times of national danger we have to be scrupulous in not erring on the bashing side and abetting the enemy.

Dealing with Hamas

Is Israel's policy of assassinating terrorist leaders legal under international law?

The Problem, Not the Solution

As Israel decides to remove Yasser Arafat, the UN Security Council seeks to protect him. Here, Israel's UN ambassador gives the Israeli view.

Remembering David Applebaum

I'm reeling from the pain and the emptiness. Something feels wrenched out of my chest.

15 Things I Don't Understand about the Mideast Peace Process

Ten years after Oslo, am I imagining things -- or is the situation truly insane?

Oslo: Ten Years Later

Why Oslo's hopes turned to dust.

Our Heroes and Theirs

Our heroes were fighting to save lives. Their heroes were sowing death and destruction.

Hate Is a Choice

Israelis are trying to process their grief -- the Palestinians are exploiting theirs.

Harvard's Tainted Money

Because one young person refused to back away from a fight, the plug has been pulled on a leading purveyor of hatred. Now what about Harvard?

On Being Borked

How foes distorted my record.

A Truly Historic Lawsuit

A lawsuit is being filed against the Jewish people for recovery of property stolen during their exodus from Egypt. The Talmud tells of precisely such a claim lodged over 2000 years ago.

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